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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOIttOnATEIJ STANLEY FIlOST Manager Eeredaf the Postofee at Berm J 1 as wend etas maa matter XI Five a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY MAY D 1010 One Dollar a year No 44 p W R Ky I r OF of Bomb for President Taft Big Bribery Scandal In Illinois Leg stature Involves Both Parties Missionaries Eaten by Cannibals Weston Finishes Record Breaking TrampBOMB FOR TAiTThe Pitts burg police believe that they have captured evidence which proves that an attempt to assassinate free Taft I WILl planned The evidence was found among the papers of Mlko Shlinko who recently murdered a missionary and tho police think ho had confe derates in several cltloiy They are confident that with tho evidence In their possession they will be able to prevent any trouble ILLINOIS BRIBERY Illinois is in- line In the cleaning up business A member of tho last Legislature Demo crat confesses that ho was paid 1 000 to vote for Lorimer Republican for U S Senator It will be recall ed that tho election was much like that which sent Bradley to the Sen I ato from Kentucky Somo Democrats went over and voted for tho Repub lican candidate Now this mm named White confesses that in the Jill nuts case money wee paid and that he got some Ho also confesses to getting 900 from a general corirar atlon fund In which all tho crooked members of the Legislature shared The scandal Is causing great commo Lion as It may lead to an attempt to unseat Lorlmer and the convic I tion of several of the leaders of ohIparties In tho state It Is needless to say that the lenders deny the story I KERN FOR SENATE Tom his Tagg inated for the Senate Instead oC him self There was much opposition to Mr Taggart and ho wisely decided tint there was no use In going to tho Senate when ho could own a Senator I So Mr Kern got tho nomination MOD CnECKI DRespect for the law seems to be growing A company of soldiers with bayonets on their rifles rescued a negro from a mob in Georgia lost week and lodged him safely In Jail FLIES ISO MILESA Frenchman Paulhan won a of GO000 In England by making a flight of ISO miles with an aeroplane with only one stop TWO AMERICANS tho Rev Horatio Hopkins mid tho Rev H L J sionaries of the Presbyterian churchI wero coion by cannibals In tho Savi ago Islands In February Reports of the outrage have Just reached Seat tle by a ship which comes from those Islands Tho missionaries were teach ing In tho school they had stared when a mob of cannibals ante and utter carrying them Inland cooked and ate them Many of the native t converts were alto killed PRIZE FIGHTER KILLED Tho killing of Tommy MCarty a fighter In a fight In San Francisco rose started a movement to prevent Continued on fifth page j OffiCE 13EItEA KY X i THE CITIZENto the Interests of the Mountain 11Vol VALUEIs some it to be There is only one kind of CLOTHING worth ask for it A 15 suit will be worth 15 in actual wearing value to you At the price you pay us we are absolute ly certain that it is the most Style Quality and Workmanship to be had for the MADE CLOTHES MAKE FRIENDS CLOTHIER NEWS THE WEEK 1Rumor DemocraticI EATENTwoA- merlcass pnESII1ENTS Devoted People VALUEActual weI mone- yFRIEND BereaR COYLE I GUESSING ON ROOSEVELT Articles from Washington Make Prophecies About exPresidents Intentions Tho Citizen published below a dis patch to the Louisville Post from Washington about Mr Roosevelts plans Similar reports have appeared all over the country and there Is a wide feeling that they are about cor rect In spite of Mr Roosevelts state ments that his political plans aro not complete The GtfiUeil wlsheito call the attention of Ita readers to the fact that the counte hero Indi cated In almost exactly the one prophesied by our WaslUngton correspondent several weeks ago namely that Pres Roosevelt would stand by tile party and TaUt and that there was no reason to expect any dispute between than Following Is tho dispatch By Louis Ludlow Washington May 2The most sen sational iiolltlcal news ofi many months Is Information which reaches here that Roosevelt is not an lusur gcnft but has written a number 4f private letters to Taft and others in- dorsing Tarts administration anti pledging his support to Taft for an other term lie makes It clear ho Is not In favor of such persistent Insurgency as would defeat the Republican party at the polls Mr Roosevelt will make I two speeches In the campaign and ho himself never will be a candidate for any office Ills attitude is the greatest blow yet dealt to Insurgency IIn the United StatH It was Impossible to find In Wash ington today a single person who would admit having received from Mr I Roosevelt any communication on tho subject of politics or of his own plans for tho tenure Those who are known to have been In Intimate correspond ence with the exPresident made little secret of their skepticism as to his communication on those subjects with anybody I The story as to Roosevelts purpose to back up Taft created a sensationI hero today While some of the details of the story as to who lied received the letters etc wore discredited pub lie men generally believe that Col Roosevelt will do what ho is said dblnoIa candidate himself for any office Tho substance of the story is regarded as accurate i BRECK BUYS BUSINESS InI I Agency I t Mr Dan IL Breck baa bought Mr Smiths Interest In the business of and Smith of Richmond This i Is one of tho largest and most com plete Insurance agencies In Kentucky carrying a number of strong old line flro Insurance companies live stock Insurance accident and liabil i ity Insurance and bonding company ready to sign bonds at any time The life department Is a general I agency of the Massachusetts Mutual Lifo Insurance Company with ogonta I all over Central Kentucky WHERE DOES IT HURT WORST Do you desire happiness If you do give a few moments to consideration of n few ideas ou the subject- It goes without suing that with most of us most of the time the chief reason we are not happy is because of unpleasant things that bother us If it were not for those unpleasant things we would be all right Well then if those things had never happened we could have been perfectly happy Then at lust if we could forget them we would be happy again Well then finally it is the memory of the unpleasant things that makes UB un happy is it not rather than the things themselves If that is true then our happiness or unhappiness lies not in the things which happen whether happy or not but in our own inside attitude toward them If we could forget the unhappy things and remember the happy ones we would be happy So after nilour happiness depends nut on what happens to us but en what we are inside Now this is not a new discovery Every wise man in the history of the world has discovered it dut it has to be learned over ugnin by generation and some times each person has to learn it several times So we hope you will pardon us for saying it over again The excuse is that it is very true Most people who are unhappy are so because they insist on re membering their unpleasant experiences and forgetting the pleasant ones They will brood over a wrong or a trouble or think of their enemies for hours every day and HO keep their minds constantly unhappy If instead they would forget all these subjects and think instead of their friends and the good fortune which has come to them or which they are expecting they would soon find that they were much happier And as a natural result they would find their friends increasing and their happiness would become greater and greater So just by taking the proper kind of thought they would greatly increase their own happiness and pleasure in life It sometimes almost a blessing to have some big trouble come to us because we then forget the little troubles and after the big one in they never come back to us in the same way But if we have enough strength of mind we can accomplish the same thing by forgetting the right things We are apt to think too seriously about ourselves to center all our interests in our own lives and for tunes and pay very little unselfish attention to others But we will find that the more we do have interest in outside things and the more we think about things which are beyond the reach of our own troubles the happier we will be This is one of the advantages of education and one of the reasons it contributes FO much to happi nessit gives us something outside our own narrow lives to think about After all we are not very important to the world you and IThere are five hundred million other people who are living at the same time and so far as any of us can see we are no more important than they are We may be as good as anyone but if that is true it follows that all these other five hundred million people are as good as we are And if that is so our troubles are not important no matter how bad they are Other people have suffered worse lots of them andwill again and if we will only look at things right we will not be greatly troubled about ourselves That then is the great secret oL happiness not to pay too much attention to ourselves and particularly to our troubles They are not important and we can just an easily if we would try fill our mindwith pleasant things with outside broader interests BO that the little worries that would make us unhappy will be crowded out If you dont believe this try it for a week Every time an un pleasant thought comes into your mind put it out Think of some thing pleasant insteador at least or something outside of yourself You will find that that week will be the happiest you ever spent in your life LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE The most successful open meeting which the Law and Order League of Berea has held In recent years was the one last Saturday night in the Baptist church Over a hundred per sons wore present and the greatest Interest was shown The principle address of the even ing was given by ExMayor C E Woods of Richmond who has made himself fatuous by his work for decency and good government In his homo city lie spoke for nearly an hour and the audience listened with deep Interest Prolonged applause followed his close but the real proof of Ills power as on orator was tho interest and enthusiasm for the good work which he aroused Features of the evening which wore greatly enjoyed wero tho song by the Glee Club and a trombone solo by Jack Warrington Pres Lewis read his report on the last years work and short and felicitous addresses were made by the Rev Mr Wllks and Dr A E Thomson Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows Pres C D Lewis Vlcepreeldent Andrew Isaacs Secretary II R how- ell Treasurer E L Robinson ex ecutive committee W H Porter R H Chrlsman T J Osborne WIKUd F E Matheny and L P Mc WhorterFollowing the election and Install ation of now officers the subscrip tion books for tho year were open ed and in a short time 700 and more was pledged for the use ofi the League Further efforts along the same line will be made and it la expected that a much larger sum will soon be available The League has never found Hneces3ary to use all the money pledged but finds it a source of strength to have a large fund which can be called for In case of emergency An American Close Second The French monoplane got over tho channel first but it was an American trader in London who got the advertising out of It by securing tho ship for exhibition Boston Herald Wonders In Wisconsin A Wisconsin man played the piano 21 hours while hypnotized More won derful yet several persons listened to him without being hypnotized ANOTHER GOOD PAPER Again this week vie have an unusually good paper There are a number of articles which every one should I readFirst dont overlook the report of the Secretary of Agriculture which I tolls of the dangerous patent medi cines sold everywhere There may be in that article a warning which will save you from death from becoming a drug fiend I Second there is Prof DInsmores article on the Public School 1C you are at all Interested In good education for your children you will want i to read it There will be another tooIIs Francis Clarks arti We dont need to do thisI and you you i Next week again a splendid aunt ber will be printed I I HONORED COLORED MAN DIES In this day when so ninny ypung men find it easy to go astray aud- I when the jails and grave yards are filled with the result of their wild ness it is refreshing to look at the record of a man who died last week Ho was only a poor negro and had been a slave for the first part of his life but his record is one that the proudest whlto man of the country might envy For he had twelve chil dren nine are living seven being sons and none of those children was ever arrested or accused of making any trouble or was ever known to be drunk Also to the time of his death no child ot his ever needed to be told twice to do anything the father commanded This worthy negro was James Martin Reynolds of Buckeye Madison County and he died In his 76th year having lived and died whereIliedeath which was very sudden ho weighed 300 pounds The high hon or and esteem in which he was held by all was shown at his funeral when a quartette of white singers joined those of the church of which he had been a deacon for fortyfire years and over fifteen hundred per sons of both colors followed the body to the grave Knowledge knowledge KENTUCKY WE WOULD SERVE Do not think of the Berea Bank Trust Co as be ing merely a to deposit your money While the function of a bank is to safeguard the publics funds we feel our obligation the community requires a great deal more of this bank It is our desire to render our patrons every senice and accommodation that can reasonably be ex pected from us We want our customers to come to us freely when our advice will be of value It frequently happens that our business experience enables us to make helpful suggestions in business matters and we are anxious and willing do what we can for your best business interests It is a pleasure us to keep in close personal touch with our patrons and we invite you come us often BANK C TRUST CO Berea Kentucky W H Porter President J F Dean CashierL WASHINGTON LETTER Weather Threatens Taft Program Aldrich Gets Assistance from Providence In Working his Game Against the American People Trouble Brewing Over the Tariff- Washingtbn D C April 30 1910 The most remarkable thing about Washington this week has been tho weather which has cleared up and be come beautiful after a long period when the sun as hard to see asI a new Senator We have all been happy and busyand Aldrich has scored one at least Mr Aldrich made his little score on the railroad bill Senator Cummins had a pet amendment but when It came to a vote the stand patters won very comfortably Which shows that they still control the U S Senate This Is very gratifying to Mr Aldrich but it would seem to make It a lit tle harder for him to explain to Pres Taft why the bills he promis ed are all so slow In going thru Con gress If he has the power why dont he use It for those pleasant pro mises he has made and repeated so oftenIncidentally It may be remarked that tho warm weather Is aiding Mr Aldrich In putting his crimps Into the Tnt programme The reason Is aim plo It takes a long while to do any thing and Mr Aldrich has been putt Ing stumps In the way of Taft bills Talks and oratory take time and It will take a good deal of talk to get the Taft bills thru The warm weather makes people want tb get home and so tho time Is getting short The shorter the time the less Aldrich will have to do for Taft Wherefore Mr A is moping the sweat from his manly brow and smiling just the same Mr Balllnger has had his day In court this week and It has been a very Interesting day lie has an swered the charges very clearly ho says the men lied That is all No evidence to give no explanation Just they lied He hasnt even explained how so many things happened to work together for good for then that grafted on tho public but he Is entirely positive that the men who have accused him lied So there you are lie Is the man accused he ought to know whether he Is guilty or and he says ho Isnt The Investigating Conimittee has not re ported yet and there are rumors that the people dont give a hoot if they never report The popular opinion has been getting settled fAst in the last few days and Ballinger has not got a halo out of it The real fight over the defense of the tariff bill Is beginning Pros Taft and his advisers are defending it at every chance They admit that the bill Is not as good as It might be and that It benefits some of us at expense of others but they say that It was the best that could be done under the circumstances and that it is better than any other wo have had recently Also they say that It was passed by a Republican Congress and signet by a Republican Tress dent wo ought all to get behind and pushThis is a fine argument but a good many people are rising to ask the following quesUonsIContinued on fifth rage J v Is powerand the way to keep up with modern is to read a good newspaper cents prize prize Breck each gone YOU primary that to to to to to to BEREA was the too not IN OUR OWN STATE Crop Damage from Cold Very Seri ous Assessment of Real Estate for Taxation Purposes Increased Edwards Men Set Primary U S Marshall Mays Acquitted SOME FRUIT SAVED Final re ports on the cold weather damage to Kentucky indicate that it was not so great as was first reported theIvery heavy at best In some sections fruit growers saved their cropa otherIWherefrozen Much of the spring crop 1 will have to be reseeded however and the total damage is great V v RAISING ASSESSMENTS The 1 Republican administration of Ken tucky has been forced by the Democra tic legislature Into reining ot tho accessed valuation of real estate In order to meet the absolute needs of the government for money The Democrats passed many bills which call for money without providing any way for the state to raise the funds and the only possible things has been for the tax collectors to In crease the ossosments The Democrats of course are hoping that they can put the blame for the Increased taea on the RepublicanseBILLY MAYS William Maya deputy U S Marshall who was In dicted for the killing of Daniel Beard clearedInlast week IC JUDGE BELL KILLED Judge WIloll candidate for nomination Attorney General on the Democratic ticket was killed In a car wreck la Seattle Wash last week EDWARDS MEN WINThe meet ing of the Republican Committee of the 11th Congressional Dlarlct at Corbin last Saturday resulted In a victory for tho Edwards men The onlyi5 whoIrules of the primary Is composed of J G Fitzgerald of ltddlcsIJoroIJudge R C Tart of Somerset and COuntyIatI Lebanon on Saturday in the busi ness section caused a loss estimated at 20000 MR EDWARDS BACK Don C Edwards and family Including Mr Bagby left Washington last Thurs day for Kentucky I COMET NOW IN SIGHT- I A large number of our cltlzeps havoI been rising up early which Is good rheyihappy We hate to destroy a cherish J ed Illusion but that large bright- reddish looking star is not the com IllanetIfaint tho it will be better after tho dark of the moon However tho comet can be seen It Is a mHo higher In the sky than Venus and some distance to the north of tho planet It looks like a blur with a brighter spot In the middle It will keep on getting brighter all tha time till after May 18 IbeI5LANDoFI2LGLNLRKfION I i fCpluSrOJVNStNDi fnZ JrllATtJIIJ yifAIJtA l Rf ItvtAlt4tUaflIYiIItIf rvrUN r6nrNatwuf CHAPTER I The Primitive Norm f Whether she had fainted or fallen asleep she did not know but this one thing she was sure it bad been dark When consciousness left her and It was now broad day although the light seemed to como to her with a greenish tinge which was quite unfamiliar The transition between her state of yester day and that of today was as great as If she had been born into morning from the womb of midnight and like a young animal she drank it In blindly With closed eyes Sho could hear tho thunderous roaring of the breakers Crashing upon the barrier reef Alone tIer boat had been wrecked In the darkness of the night before tho sound softened and mellowed try distance came to her in a deep low accompaniment to tho harper and nearer sounds of the birds singing and the breeze rustling gently through the long leaves of the trees y Overhead The dry sand on which she lay was soft and yielding and mado a comfort able bed for her tired body racked with weary days In the constraint and Narrowness of a small boat It was harm too She had been drenched then she scrambled on the shore and Ml prostrate on the beach retaining Just strength enough and purpose enough to crawl painfully inward to where the tall palms grow before she lapsed In whatsoever way It might lave been into oblivion Incoherent thoughts raced through icr bewildered brain each one how ever bringing her a little nearer the awakening point of realization Then there ran through her young body a primal pang which dispelled the trem ulous and vague illusions which her fancy had woven about herself as she lay warm and snug and sunny at tho foot of the tall trees and she realized that she was frightfully thirsty so thirsty that she did not know how hungry she was The demand for the material awak ened the animal in her Her thoughts centered instantly they were at once localized on one supreme desire Coin- cidentlyj her eyes unclosed and she sat up blinking in the strong light The 4 rising sun still low on the horizon w emote her full In tho eyes and loft her for the moment dazed again Sho eat leaning upon her hands extended behind her back staring seaward say nothing thinking nothing until a tkstrange sound to tho right of her at tracted her attention It was a sound made by a human voice and yet if was like nothing human that she had ever beard It was a wordless language yeas ejaculation but it roused her Interest at once despite her material cravings i She weakly turned her head and there standing erect with folded arms i looking down upon her was a man He I awasunclothed entirely save for a fan tastic girdle of palm leaves about his waist She stared at him puzzled amazed affrighted He returned her look with an intent curiosity in which there was no suggestion of evil pur pose rather of great Incomprehension an amazing wonderment There was nothing about him savo the fact that he was there which should have caused any alarm in her heart for with a womans swift mastery of the possibilities of the other sex she noticed in her vague terror and wonder ment that ho was remarkably good to look at Indeed she thought that she bad never seen BO splendid a spec men of physical manhood as that before her In color ho was white Save that he was bronzed by the tropic sun ho was perhaps whiter than she was Ills hair which hung about hIs head in n wild matted tangle not unplctures Que was golden his oyes bright blue Beneath his beard unkempt but short and curly she could see his firm cleancut lips His proportions were I superb He was limbed and chested like the Apollo Belvedere In him grace and strength strove for predom Inanco He was totally unlike all that the had read of the aborigines of the seasI man who broke the si lence as it had been tho man who bAd broken the spell of her slumber Ho made that queer little chuckling noise in his throat which sounded fa miliar enough and yet she had heard tt from the lips of no man before It I meant nothing to her except that he who stood before her at least was not dumb although the noise ho made j J was certainly no articulate speech as she knew speech or could imagine itjr At any rate It was a stimulus to hero She opened her own parched lips and strove to make reply but her thirst r with a rising terror and nervousness made her dumb and no sound came forth The man might be preparing 1 to kill her He could do so If ho will ed she thought but she must drink or shetraised her arm hollowed her hand and dipped as if from a well and mado as fct to pour it Into her lips Then she M stretched out both her hands to him la the attitude of petition Tho man stared hard at her His brow wrinkled It was such a simple sign that any Savage would have comprehended It the thought and yet it appeared to tier watching in despair that It took t ta gib a long time for the idea to teat Into his brain She could wait no longer Sho roso to her knees and stretched out her hands again Water she gasped In a hoarse whisper Water or I diet Tho man had started violently at her speech Giving him no Umo to recover sho went through the motion again this time with greater effect for the man turned and vanished She sank down on the sand too exhausted to follow him even with her eyes If ho brought tho water she would drink it and live if ho did not she would lie where she was and die She did not caro much she thought which would happen Sho had so sickened of life before she essayed that open boat that she believed It was simply an animal craving In her which make her take tho water In wouldI should be brought her And yet when ho did appear with a cocoanut shell brimming with clear sparkling liquid she felt as though the elixir of life had been proffered her Sho seized the shell with both hands which yet so trembled that most of tho precious water spilled on her dress as she carried It to her parched lips This was good in the end for if that vessel had been the famed Jotuneheim drinking horn she would have drained It dry ere sho set it down As it was she got but little yet that little was enough to set her heart beating once more Emptying the shell of the last dropand with that keenness of per ception which her long training had intensified and developed marking the while that it had not been cut clean by any knIfe or saw or human Implement but was jagged and broken as If from a fall sho dropped it on the sand and looked again toward the man Ho held in his hand fruit of some kind she did not know what it was It might have been poison What mattered It Having drunk she must also eat It looked edible It was in viting to the eye and smell and as she sunk her teeth into it she found it agreeable to tho tasto also He had brought it to her If he had meant harm present harm surely he would not have given the water She ate It confidentlyAs saw her partake of what he had given her ho clapped his hands and laughed Sho was grateful for that laugh It was more human than tho babbling sounds which he made beforeThere was but little of the fruit just what a child would have brought and this again was good for her for had there been an abundance In her need she would have eaten until she had made herself ill When she had par taken she rose to her feet Before do- Ing this she had extended her hand to him as If seeking assistance but he had simply stared at her uncomprehending and she bad been forced to get to her feet unaided Once stand- Ing sho trembled and would have fallen but that she caught his arm and steadied herself by holding tightly to It The man started back at her touch Color came and went in his face little shudders swept over him his mouth opened he looked at her with a singular expression of awo not unmixed with terror in his eyes for this was the first time in his recollection or what would have been his recollection if his retrospective faculties had been developed that he had over felt the touch of a womans hand of any human hand upon him Noticing his peculiar demeanor in the to her perfectly natural situation the woman summoning some of the remains of the reserve of force which is in every human body until life is gone released his arm and stared about her leaning against tho trunk of tho nearest palm This time and for the first time she took in that expanse of sea lonely yet beautiful upon which her eyes were to look so often Out of the deep and the night she had come Into what deep and into what day had she arrived She turned and surveyed the shore The beach curved sharply to the right and to the left the long barrier reef following roughly Its contour until the land obscured it on either side Back of her stretched a grove of palms and back of that roso a hill its crest bare and craglike towered above a sea of verdure Through a chance vista she saw the mass of rock as a mountain peak On ono side high precipitous cliffs ran down close to tho shore and shut out the view Over them water fell to the beach Save in tho person of the man beside her there was not an evidence of humanity anywhere No curl of smoko rose abovo the trees No distant call of human voices smote the fearful hol low of her ear The breeze made music In the tall palms and in the thick ver duro farther up the hill side birds sang softly here and there but there was a tropical stillness to which the great heaving diapason on the distant barriers was a foundation of sound upon which to build a lonely quiet Human beings there might bo there must be on that island if island it were but if so they must bo abiding on the farther side She and tho man were alone- Standing on Ser feet with a slight renewal of her strength from what sho had eaten and drunk the woman now felt less fear of the man He had treated her kindly His aspect was gentle oven amiable He looked at her wistfully bending his brows from time to time and ever and again shak- Ing his head as a great dog looks at the master with whom he would fain speak whose language he would faint Waterl She Gasped In a Hoarse Whisper understand to whom he would fain Impart his own ideas It he could She stared at him perplexed Sho was entirely at loss what to do until her eyes roving past him detected a dark object on tho water line Just where the sUIl blueness touched the white sand Tho sunlight was reflected from gleams of metal and thinking that she recognized it she stepped from tho shade of tho palms and made her way unsteadily toward It The man without a sound follow ed closely at her side Her vision had been correct for she drew out of the sand a leather hand bag such as women carry It had been elaborately fitted with bottles and mirrors and toilet articles Alas It was in a sad state of dilapidation now The bottles were broken their con tents gone The bag had been lying In tho boat when it had been hurled on tho barrier in the night and tho same storm and tide which bad borne her ashore had hurled It also on the sand But It had como open in the battering and Its contents wero piti ably ruined With eager eyes and fingers she examined everything She found Intact a little mirror a pair of scissors a little housewife which was not a part of tho fittings and she won dered how it failed of being washed away two combs and a package of hairpinsShe fought against starvation and thirst and loneliness and despair as sho had fought against men and sho had not given way She had set her teeth and locked her hands and endured hardship like tho stoutest hearted most determined soldier In the history of human struggles But as the realization of this small mis fortune burst upon her she sank down on the sands and put her head in her hands and sobbed Tears did her good Sho had her cry out utterly unhin dered for tho man stood by shaking his head and staring at her and mak ing those strange little sounds but of fering in no way to molest her The water was beautifully clear and she could see on the other side of the barrier the remains of her boat Perhaps some time if there were need she could get to that boat but for tho present all the flotsam and jetsam of her wild and fearful voyage lay in a watersoaked bag full of broken glass and battered silver from which she had rescued a pair of scissors a mir ror two combs a housewife full of rusty needles and some hairpins 0 vanltas vanltatum Sho was wearing a serviceable dress of blue serge with a sailors blouso and a short skirt Putting her precious treasure trove within the loose blouse and carrying tho battered bag which she meant to examine more carefully later she turned and made for tho shado of the trees again For ono thing tho sun rising rapidly was gaining power and beating down with great force upon her bare head She bad enjoyed the protection of a wonderfully plaited straw hat on her long voy age else she could not have homo the heat but that too was gone As she walked inland she noticed again off to her right that stream of water which dropped over the tall cliff in a slender waterfall a sweet In viting pool at the base before It ran through the sands toward the sea She made her way thither and at the brink knelt down and took long draughts of The Silence of the Man Oppressed Her It Eating and drinking evidently went together in tho mind of the man for when sho raised her head she found him standing beforo her with both hands filled with some of tho fruit she had partaken of beforo and other fruit She thought she recognized tho bread fruit and a species of banana At any rate she ate again and having by this time recovered to some extent her mental poise sho ate sparingly and with caution- Then having satisfied her material needs she knelt down by the stream and washed her face and hands How sweet was the freshness of that water to her face burned by tho sun and tho wind and subjected for a long time to the hard spray of tho briny seas She would have been glad to have taken off her clothing and plunged into the pool to have washed tho salt of days from her tired body to have had the stimulus and refreshment of its sparkling coolness over her weary limbs But in tho presence of her dog like attendant this was not yet possi ble Stilt she could and must arrange her hair Of all the articles in her dress- Ing bag she was more fervently thankful at that moment for tho combs than anything else tho combs and tho little mirror and the hairpins small things indeed but human happiness as- a rule turns on things so small that the investigator and promotor thereof generally overlook them And wo know not tho significance of the little until upon some desert Island we are left with only those It was still early about eight oclock How was she to pass tho day She must do something Sho felt she could not sit idly staring from sea to chore She must bo moving No business called her she must In vent some The compelling necessity of a soul not born for idleness was upon her Sho would explore tho land That was logically tho first thing to be done any way and this was a highly trained woman who thought to llvo by rule and law albeit her rules were poor ones Sho started inland the man follow ing after Sho had gained confidence In herself with every passing moment The man who looked at her as a dog ahs would treat aa oae She must rrxT have some privacy Sho could not al ways have him trailing at her heels Sho turned by a great boulder pointed to it laid her hand on tho mans shoulder and gently forced him to a sitting position by it Then sho walked away Ho stared wistfully after her departing figure and as she turned around to Ipok at him ho sprang to his feetNo no she cried Imperatively making backward threatening motions with her hands whereat ho resumed his sitting position staring at her un til he lost her among tho trees Presently she turned and camp back to him It was so deathly lonely with out him He leaped to his feet as ho saw her coming and clapped his hands as a child might have done his face breaking out the while into a smile that was both trustful and touching She felt better since sho had him under this control and together they walked on tinder the trees- CHAPTER II Conscious of His Manhood High noon and they wero back at the landing place and she at least was very tired Accompanied by tho man who made not the slightest attempt to guide her after somo difficulty she had succeeded in forcing her way through tho trees to the top of tho hill Part of tho time she had followed the course of tho rivulet from which sho had drank at tho foot of tho cliff She was determined to get to tho top for sho must see what was upon tho other side Humanitys supreme desIre when facing the hills has always been to see what was on tho other side Tho stim ulus of the unknown was upon her but It was coupled with a very lively desire begot of stern necessity to know what there was to bo known of the land upon which she had been cast up by tho sea Her view from tho hilltop she did not essay tho unclothed and jagged peak she could make her way around Its base and see all that thero was to seowas not reassuring Sho could detect on tho other side of tho island no more evIdence of life than were presented by that sho had first touched upon In every direction lay the un vexed sea The day was brilliantly clear there was not a cloud In the sky No mist dimmed tho translucent purity of tho warm air Nothing broke tho far horizon Tho Island fair and beautiful was set alone in a mighty ocean In no far as sho could toll she and the nftxn were alone upon It Tho thought oppressed her She strove to throw it off Tho silence of the man oppressed her as well She turned to him at last and cried out the words wrung from her by the horror of the situation Nan man whence came you How are you called 1 What language do you speak Why are you hero Tho sound of her own voice gave her courage Waiting for no answer and indeed sho realized that none could come she stopped to the brow of tho hill where tho trees happened not to bo and raising her voice called and called and called There wore answer ing echoes from the jagged crag behind her but when these died away there was silence unbroken save by tho queer babbling chuckling noises of the man She looked at him with a sudden sinking of the heart Had this godlike creature roaming the woods this faun of the Island been denied a brain articulate speech Was she doomed to spend tho rest of her life alone in this paradise of the Pacific with a harmless madman forever by her side What n situation was that in which she found herself She was a highly specialized product of tho greatest of universities In science and In philosophy she was a master and a doctor She should have had resources within herself which would enable her to bo Independent of the outside world a world in which her experience selfbrought had been bitter in which the last few weeks had been one long disillusionment And yet she was now overwhelmed with craving for companionship for articulate speech as if she had never looked into a book or given a thought to tho deep things of life If this man bosldo her would only do some thing say something bo something rather than a silent satellite forever staring in wonder If she could only solve tho mystery of his presence an swer tho interrogation that his very existence there alone presented Her future her present Indeed should havo engrossed her mind What sho was to do how she was to live tho terrible problems in which his presence on tho Island involved her should have been tho objects of her attention they should have afforded food for thought to tho keenest of women Sho simply forgot them in her puzzled wonder at him It would hue been much simpler from one point of view If sho had found the island uninhabited and yet since tho man was human and alive in splto of her Judgment her heart was glad that ho was there She motioned to him to sit down and then she sat in front of him and studied him He looked as little like a fool as like a knave She could In deeddetect no evidence of any Intellec tual capacity but she thought as sho studied him keenly that ho possessed unlimited Intellectual possibilities There was a mind back of those bright blue eyes that broad noble brow but it seemed to her a mind entirel undeveloped mind utterly a latent Hero was a soul she thought half in fancy half In earnest that wu virgin to tho world How wise how deeply learned she might bo sho was face to faco with this primeval norm Could she teach this man anything T lie seemed tractable revcrcnUal deferential now Knowledge was power Would It bo power with him Could sho open those sealed doors of his mind what floods would outpour therefrom of power of passion T Would sho bo swept away It mattered not Sho must try The Im pulse seized her to begin now Fixing her dark oyes upon him sho pointed directly at him with her finger Nan she said clearly and em phatically Ho was always looking at her Ho had scarcely taken his eyes from her since she halt seen him in the tall gross by tho shore but at her gesture and word his eyes brightened Ther was that little wrinkling of the brow again which she had noticed outward J and visible sign of an Inward attemptiat comprehension Man sho said passionately Man she over and over agaInIAnd then the unexpected happened After Innumerable guttural attempts her unwitting pupil managed to ar ticulate something that boro a din tinct resemblance to the clearly cut monosyllable Man ho said at last It was a tremendous step In evolu lion almost too great for any untutored human brain for at once theIman before her received a name and the Idea of name as well In that Instant on tho heaven kissed hill ho was differentiated from all the restIof creation forever Ills consclousneaeIhitherto vague floating incoherent In definite was localized given a habIta- tion and a name Ho know himself t- In some way to bo Man ho cried growing moro and more confident with every repetition and moro and more accurato In catch Ing tho very Intonation with which she spoke Man he cried laying his band upon his breast Man Ho leaped to his feet and stretched out his arms The doors were open a little way Ideas wore beginning to edge their way through tho crack Man Man Man ho cried again and again looking eagerly at her She rose In turn and patted him on tho shoulder encouragingly as she might n dog And again tho touch tho second touch that she had given him affected him strangely so strangely that for a moment she felt the soul within her shrink but realiz ing instantly that her domination over him was spiritual and Immaterial and that the slightest evidence of timidity would bo translated into universal lan gunge which even tho lowest creation understands and that her dominion would go on tho Instant she mastered herself and mastered him Although she was but a woman whom ho might have broken In his hands sho dom mated him as the conscious soul eyed dominates the unconscious soul Sho essayed no moro lessons but turned and retraced her way to the shore where she had landed which because she had landed there she called home On tho way she attempt ed an experiment Sho plucked from a low bush a bright colored fruit of whoso quality and characteristics she was Ignorant and slowly made as It to t IManuttering Its only wordIShe turned to looking fixedly at her and proffering other fruit which ho had quickly gath crud Sho handed him that sho hadrplucked In exchange Ho shook hie head not in negation but rather InIbewilderment and threw It from him and then sho understood In come way that the fruit was not good for food How ho had divined It she could not tell Some compensating Instinct sharpened by use Into a protecting quality had taught him She bad no such instinct She had learned to depend upon reason and observation and these failed her In tho pre enc84of this unknown Sho was a little in this thought J Sho craved meat and salt having been trained to these things the arU flclol diet and stimulant to which she had become accustomed and her cray ing was tho moro insistent because she had been without them all that Ume In tho boat And yet when she bad eaten tho fruit that nature had pro CravingShe felt that she could soon grow accustomed to such a diet If it wore nec essary So musing she passed on under the trees and sat down on the sand againTO DE CONTINUED Looking Out for Him YeastLookIng for somo one you expected to como back for oldhome weekCrimsonbeakYes Can I help you Perhaps I was looking for a fel low who borrowed 5 from me ten years ago and who forgot to pay it back I thought perhaps hed com to town and try to borrow fS more I I I LEADING KENTUCKY MINISTERSBy A LOUISE BABBAQB Cloverport Kentucky lTABLOID STORIES of half a score of Kentucky Clergy men who are well known in religious and educational circles The hardest Job man ever tried Is practicing what ho preaches So difficult is the work that a very email number of men in the universe are making a success of It and among them Kentucky Is proud to recognize her citizens who are leading ministers of the State In the heart of the Blue Grass region the Ilcv James M Maxon presi dent ot Margaret Hall the only school ot the Protestant Episcopal church in Kentucky Is practicing what ho preaches and preaches by his daily living what ho believes to bo right lie Is devoted to educational work and advocates that it and Christian religion should bo linked very closely dcIposition ot Dean of the Cathedral of Quincy III because ho thought opportunities wero greater at tho girls college at Versailles for carrying out his Ideas along educational and broad Christian lines All his life ho has been Interested In pub lie schools Mr Maxon received his 1 preparation for the ministry at tho Genoral Theological Seminary in New York and also took a special course I at the Columbia University Michi gan was tho State of his birthplace and he came by descent from un old Rhode Island family Chaplain of Kentucky Regiment Tho Itev Frank 11 Thomas D Df pastor of the Morganflcld Methodist church Is said to be a coming bishop attainingI J Urn Jet ministerial laurels for the last two decades For seventeen years Dr Thomas has been chaplain of the Third Kentucky Regiment and served In the war He was born In Green In 1868 and was educated at Ogden College and Vanderbilt University taking highest honors in Biblical scholar ship In 1893 ho entered the Louis ville Conference and has been pastor of churches In Louisville Henderson and Owcniboro Dr Thomas Is a man of prestige and besides being a member ot many committees he Is chairman of the delegation from the Louisville Conference to the General Conference which meets In Asheville next Poor City Children Dr C C Marshall pastor ot the JIJ First Baptist church at Richmond Is an author and farmer as well as an eloquent minister Ills book Fun on tho Farm In Old Kentucky Is meets Ing with widespread popularity and I its entire proceeds go for the pur pose of The Orchard View Farm that will belong to the poor children of the State Dr Mar 1city Is planning to give tho unfortu nato little ones ot Kentucky cities 1outings to this real farm during tho summer and bear all expenses himself through tho sale of his book These excursions will be happy events in the lives of the boys and girls too poor to leave the cities for a bit of country recreation Dr Marshall should be commended for his unselfish work Of National Reputation Whos Who in America contains a life sketch of Dr R II Crossfleld president of the Transylvania Univer sity at Lexington a great minister and a great man Ha pays attention to little duties as well as big ones and has always been especially Interested In Sunday schools During his pastor ate at Owensboro he had the largest Sunday school In Kentucky and aught the largest mens class In the Brotherhood In the same city Al though President Crossfleld Is not In charge of any church now he preaches every Sunday Ills career has been short for he Is just forty one years old however It Is crowded with many points of rare Interest Ho received his A M Degree from the University of and Ph D from tho University of Wooster His travels In Europe Asia and Africa havo been extensive and brought about his book Pilgrimages of a Parson Mrs Crossfleld was Miss Annlo Illtchlo Terry of Glasgow Charles Henry Prather A young Methodist minister who is very popular as a public speaker and who has attained success In lit erature Is the Rev Charles Henry Prather pastor at Huasellvlllo lie has been for some time a contributor to various and magazines The TaylorTrotwood magazine ac cepted an article from him not long ago on An Unpublished Hemlnls ccnpo of Aaron Burr In June his manuscript A Handbook of Illustrations will come from tho press and has been eagerly watched for by his army of friends Next November Mr and Mrs Prathor will celebrate the tenth anniversary ot their marriage Success Due to Optimism Optimistic is the Rev James T Mc Qlothlln pastor of tho Baptist church at Franklin He has found that Chris tian living and the ministry is the fullest of happiness and during the past seven years of his pastorate ho has been pointed out as a foremost i Kentucky minister His church hall a largo membership and supports not only him but tho Rev If W Prov ence missionary pastor In Shanghai China Dr and Mrs McQlothlln are blessed with a bright little son PNr4OJJRrtDPREJDENr 0- TAiInv 1 VZRlrY A- ttrxtn7 I 7RArKMrnaMAl SpanishAmerican Bowling MayHelping running Chicago journals TnC kY JMtfa M MA1D- NNA4e44r HAL1TVCSAILLr James T Jr who Is seven years of age Winning Marked Dlutlnctlon The Rev Benjamin McDonald Cur rlo has one if not the most Important charges In the State holding the Methodist church at Columbia where Is located the Llndsoy Wilson Mem orlal At the annual meetings ot the Louisville Conference it Is said that If any charge wants a new church or a now parsonage every effort is put forth to get Mr Currie who seems to have been born a builder Ho began the building of a parsonage on his first pastorate completed and fur nished one already begun on his second and built tho handsomest par sonage In the conference at Clover port and Is planning to build a new MroIjCurrlothem for they themselves are young They havo two children Eudalley and Mary Currie Mr Currie Is a south ern man was reared in a Christian homo and spent his youth in prepara tion for the ministry Believes Advertising a Great Medium Dr AQUllla Webb pastor of the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church ot Louisville Is opening the eyes of ministers of churches who do not thoroughly appreciate the value of church advertising In the newspapers So genuine is Dr Webbs faith In printers Ink that ho has launched a campaign ot advertising by using paid space In tho newspa pers Aside from his regular church announcements he advertises his sermons special services and special music Many Interesting results of Dr Webbs Incipient use ot paid ad vertising have taken place In every department of tho church Ho also uses attractive little booklets and cards and by these and his advertisements in the dally papers has Increased his congregations from 1000 to 1500 each Sunday evening The ministers throughout the State would be wise to adopt his Idea by using paid advertising In their home papers that so frequently give them kind notices and writeups gratis Does Much for Missions A most ardent active and progressive minister Is the Rev William H Smith pastor of the Christian church at Harrodsburg Ills charge is tho strongest in that community and the strength of the membership can be seen to some extent in Its missionary Interests The church supports three missionaries one In China through tho Foreign Society ono in the home field through the American Society and one in the mountain districts through tho State Society In Marct the members made a foreign mis ion ary offering of 800 Dr Smith re celved his education from the best colleges and took a postgraduate course at Yale University where hr remained three years receiving the degree of Master of Arts and Bache lor of Divinity A Little Heart Story of Rev Mr Lewis Among the most earnest and spir itual ministers of Kentucky is the Rev James Lewis of Brccklnrldge county pastor of the Baptist church at Fordsvlile In all the experiences of men tho call of the Divine Power to deliver tho gospel is different It stands alone there is no other like It said Mr Lewis in speaking of his work qnd life I was converted un der Dr S L Helm and he seemed to be a prophet for when I was a barefoot boy ho remarked to Mr Wm Robertson We havo a preacher In Jimmlo Lewis we may to see but ho will preach some day The boy know nothing of the prediction at that time and strangely twelve years later when succeeding as a young business man the call came to him With pleadings ot lack of ability and no health he refrained from answering but continued to hear tho still small voice Ono day tells Mr Lewis I went with Bible in hand to a lonely place and prayed and while there flashed into my soul like an electric current a sensation of hope and strength and courage that thrilled my whole being That was tho beginning of the ministry of the Rev James T Lewis who is prov ing such a powerful wonderful spir itual help to men- COMPLETES ORGANIZATION Million Dollar Capitalization An nounced by the Louisville Lincoln Farm and Mammoth Cave Co Glasgow KyThe organization and election of directors and officers of the Louisville Lincoln Farm and Mammoth Cave Traction Co with a capital stock of 1000000 has been perfected at a meeting held hero Articles of incorporation were secured under the laws of Arizona and wero signed by J Lewis Williams and Charles Van den Burgh of Glawgow and E H Ackert an official ot the To ledo Railways and Light Co ot Toledo 0 J M Richardson J A Mc Daniels J Wood Charles Van den Burgh H J Perclfull L W Preston W H Jones and G W Ellis compose tho board of directors of which offi cers were chosen as follows J M Richardson president J A McDan leIs vice president J Wood seem tart and treasurer and J Lewis WII slams general counsel This company will purchase the franchise and rights of way already secured from the council of the city of Glasgow over L N turnpike through the fiscal courts of Barren Hart and La Ruo counties from Glas gow Ky to New Haven Ky together with private grants of rights of way from Buffalo Ky via Lincoln Farm to Hodgcnvlllc Ky all of which have been procured by Charles Van den Burgh promoter of tho enterprise- An immense hydraulic water power will be installed where tho road crosses at Green river near Linwood Ky of sufficient capacity to operate the entire road and also supply light and power to all the towns adjacent to and along tho line EXPECT 200 DELEGATES Convention of Travelers Protective Association Arousing Interest Hopklnsvllle KyTho state meet Ing hero on May 7 of the Travelers Protective association promises to bo wellIhave been made for their entertainment After spending tho day In business session and sight seeing a banquet will be given at tho Hotel Latham which promises to eclipse any similar event ever given here A lengthy toast list has been arranged for the occasion and six of the eight active posts in the state will be represented by speakers The money to provide the entertainment was raised by vol untary subscriptions by business men ot the city The reports of tho various officers and ot tho several posts are expected to show great strides In this state dur ing the past year Especially is this expected in regard to new members taken in since tho last state meeting NEW KENTUCKY MINE Lead Believed to Exist In Profitable Quantities In Monroe County Glasgow KyOhio capitalists are behind a project to open a lead mine In Monroo county While the news comes In tho nature of a surprise It Is only a fulfilling of predictions made alter the coal find was made at Akersvllle something like n year ago So very quietly has been tho work of tho concern that the fact that the company had secured teases on 12000 acres of land was not known outside of the neighborhood and only those who leased know this much TRADE IS STill HEAVY Business Conditions Are Irregular However and Much Depends Upon the Crops New YorkH G Dun Cos week ly review of trade says Conditions of business are still ir regular but the volume of tradp con tinues heavy Certain unfavorable do velopments havo apparently been exaggerated and their effect on business sentiment has been out of proportion to their real significance Much as usual depends this year upon tho cropsNo concerted action has been taken to curtail production of pig Iron but several more furnaces have blown out their stacks and others are expected to do likewise A proposition had been advanced among merchant fur paces in some of the largest Pennsyl vania districts to shut down for 30 days between now and July 1 Insofar as demand for pig iron is concerned conditions are if anything moro quiet than in the preceding weeks but prices now show some resistance to tho declining tendency except In steel making Iron Producers of coko are curtailing more freely in response to tho blowing out of furnaces and it Is estimated that tho weekly output Is 100000 tons less than at tho end ot March In finished lines tho situation is somewhat mixed and no great amount of business is being done Im portant contracts for structural mate rial aropendlng Rail requirements of tho railroads apparently have been mainly filled and two exporters call for 28000 tons The primary dry goods market is steadier but stIU rules generally quiet Cotton goods are a shade firmer as shown by an advance of a quarter a cent on drills and sheetings and cur tailment of production is steadily in creasing It is seasonably quiet in tho jobbing trade but retailers buy stead fly and carefully wlfaout desire to an ticipate beyond Immediate requirements Duplicate orders for fall mens wear woolens are coming In but tho trade in worsteds rules quiet Dress goods trade continues light A good volume of new orders for the next fall run have been received by shoo manufacturers in all sections Shoo shipments from Boston for tho week aro slightly larger Solo leather is stronger and tho largest tanner announces an advance qf 2 to 3 cents per pound Solo leather tanners are well sold up and booked ahead on Como grades Some kinds of upper leather aro selling well but other descriptions continue neglected Sales of western packer hides during the last ten days aggregated about 175000 hides and this has served to steady tho market Failures and Exports Now York Bradstrcctti review says Business failures in the United States for the week ending with April 28 wore 189 against 193 last week 268 in tho like week ot 1909 282 in 1908 303 in 1907 and 139 In 1906 Business failures for tho week in Canada number 21 which compare With 15 last week and 21 in the corre sponding week ot 1909 Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for tho week ending April 28 aggregate 2059 239 bushels against 1289272 bushels last week and 896312 bushels this week last year For the 43 weeks end Ing April 28 exports are 122231437 bushels against 50534235 bushels in tho corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 518 814 bushels against 462041 bushels last week and 644378 bushels In 1909 For tho 43 weeks ending April 28 corn exports are 25292531 bushels against 28273544 bushels last year TOBACCO MARKET lyaulsvllle April 30 Total offerings last week were 1S74 hhds Of this number 483 Wula were burley and 891 hhds dark The burley offerings were small quality and condition were generally more tobacco were offered In good con dition than for several week Color was very scarce The market for all grades was stronger Medium red leaf showed a slight advance In price There were CG hhds of dark offered at auction mostly cured leaf and lugs The condition wGl somewhat better os a fair percent cure of the offerings was partially redried Extra long rehandling leaf continues to command the high prices established some weeks ago Manufacturing grades of leaf wcro Irregular common off cal ored leaf was Inclined to be lower Trash and lugs were unchanged from lost week There was but Uttle fired tobacco offered at auction Lent of decided character and In good condition was firm outofcondl Uon leaf and common otr colored leaf were Irregular Fired lugs were a few bids higher Tho few hhds of old dark offered were common leas and lugs with no change to report In prices LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati April 30 Cattlf Shipper J550a7CO extra J7COa775 butcher eteers food to choice 635n7 heifers extra i710a good to choice S3un7 cows extra IG15a6S5 Hulls Bologna JSaSSS fat bulls 5750625 Calves Extra S3 fair to good J0KOa775 Hog Good to choice packers And butchers t3GUi975 mixed packers S9GOa970 heavy tot sows J760a890 pigs 110 Ibs and less JS25o9SO SheepErtra 17 good to choice JS2DuGS3 Lambs Ex tra 1350 good to choice JSaS40 GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati April SO Flour Winter patent JSaSW do fancy JlOaC do family i4aOa4C5 spring patent SSEOaEi0 do fancy S4ina515 Rye Northwestern blended Il30a440 do city pure J4IZa475 sty blended J400a4SO Wheat No 2 JllOi 1U No3 red JlolOO CornNo 2 whltt CS14a6Gc No3 white GaCHc No 2 ycilow lHo6Jc No 2 mixed OOHoClHc Oats No 2 white 43a43Hc Jso 2 mlxeu 43a43Hc Hay No 1 timothy J1775ol825 No 2 tlm othy ll6S5al675 No 3 timothy JH7Tal52l No 1 clover mixed Jt6ICa1G75 No I clover J14al5 Malt Spring barley 7Gn7Sc RycNQCaSte I 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 statesI Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sarno lectures library and general a vantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught la the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free toxt booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn antEarn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young mas may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Sclenco ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin fleet man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltU use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may bo taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra feos Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargo All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming securo extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap Cooperatlveother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights washtIng of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring HO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students la 500 a term 6 la courses with Latin and 700 is Collegiate course illi al fi E PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent bj the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle x4 term 945 WINTER12 weeks 2900rln one payment 2850 + Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle oi term 676- SPRING4 1p weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examS nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week 1 On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss ocest h stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund 7 only onehalf ot tho amount which the student has paid for tho remaining Weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will r41 celvo a certificate for onehalf tho incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea Collego on payment of term bills by tho at tent In person or a brother or sister It presented within four termyThe first day of Fall term is SeptQmber 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term la March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA 4 That Premium Knifefitakes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it The mountain people like t a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 r That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have 1 Y J f ST KY I I i 1 o FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o a CITY PUONK 153 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Phone 505 Richmond Ky U N TIME TABLE h North Bound Local Kiioxvllle 630 a m 1100 p in BKIIEA 129 p m 357 a mt Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a 111 South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 a m 1229 p m Kuuxvllle 700 p m 560 a m Express Trains Stop to let off and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from AUanta and beyond Bound a m BUREA 1144 a m v North Bound f BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville toI Chicago over the P R at Clnclnratl so that Berea pas rengcrs for Chicago may go thru without Plants For Sale Tomato Cabbage and Sweet Potato Plants for sale at the College Gardent or phone J R MULLETT Miss Bottle Lewis who Is teaching 1 In Saluda N C writes that she pealB to be home at the close school She Is doing good work Mr and Mrs George Haldone known to Berea folks are the happy parents of a little girl Mr and Mrs H E Taylor entertained a number of friends at dinner I at Boone Tavern Monday t Tom Luxon of Lexington I town on business last week Mr J A Wanton a student at University preached at the Diaclples church lost Sunday Mr J C Cardwell of Louisville t was In Berea on business last Thurs day PLAIN SEWING and south aide of Center Street1 patronage solicited satisfaction guaranteed Mrs W P Norris Mr Jacob Browning and Miss Le j tic Kindred wore quietly married a few days ago Their many friends wish them success and happiness and I a long life- FriendsI of John Ballard and wile are congratulating them on the nrrl val of a tIne girl last Thursday I Messrs W H Porter and H R Howell are in McKee on business Will Klanery Is seriously 111 and Is returning to Berea to undergo an operation in the hospital Item The Prettiest Latest and Line of Insertions Laces and Also Pongees I and Dress Fabrics atv 111 Y l Kd r 4- r I W B Made of service giving materials the NUFORM W B Corset is a perfect example of popular priced corset making It is modeled on grace giving linesfollowing the natural lines of the perfect figure and forms an ideal for the new gowns AT IQOv i Vs Muslin at all J COYLESYou MAIN OOOOOOOOOOw4oeOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Berea and Vicinity GATHERED ooooOOO OOoooooooooeooooo DR BEST DENTIST Accident Insurance JSouth transferring changingI eXI nightI Transylvania ttp dressmaking 4t Cheapest Embroideries Flouncing foundation PRICES START Underwear prices BEREA Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW J1 CLEAT AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop I have 20 sets of tomb stones that- I wish to sell by Decoration day This will bo my last work as I shall en ter a Bible School at Lexington S McGuire Dr Charles Gould is assistant city pathologist of St Louis and Is not In practice there as was stated last week The Citizen Is sorry to make mistakes of that kind but has to take the word of Its Informant onI such subjects Mr and Mrs Andrew Isaacs are being congratulated on the safe ar rival of their only daughter Bertha last Wednesday night Both mother and child are doing well Mr C A Casteel of Weaver Ky was a visitor with friends In town over Sunday Miss Beulah Vlars of Scaffold Cane was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jas Dalton at the first of the week Miss Lela Morgan of Richmond State Normal spent from Saturday until Tuesday with friends here Miss Bertha King and mother were In Richmond Friday A surprise party was given Miss May Minter Friday afternoon in honor of her eighteenth birthday The young people went out to the hills and had their supper as their Urns I was rather short the trip was made very quickly but In no way marred I the enjoyment of the occasion Miss Dora Ely visited at Big 11111 with friends for a couple of days at the first of the week- J D Clarkston of Sldell Ky via ited his brotherinlaw Prof E C Scale and other friends over Sunday Mr Osborne was in Richmond on legal business last week Mr George Dick returned Monday alter an extended visit In New York and the East ICE ICE toE All persons who want Ice in tho hot weather now at hand should phone to G D Holllday and Co Ice sill be delivered to the refrigerator In quantities of over 25 pounds a 60 cents a hundred pounds For smaller quantities the amount will be left at the gate G D Holllday hone 169 RESOLUTIONS Whereas the work of comrade Le Vant Dodge as Department command or for the State ot Kentucky for two oncctlvo terms has shown him to- be thoroughly devoed to tho welfare and upbuilding of the Grand Anny of- UIO Republic and fully capable of dmlnlstorlng the duties of any office which ho might be entrusted to flU Lamer Sato or National and whereas MRSI EARLY S I 1 STANDARDIZED For All Live StockEA- SY AND SAFE TO USE II IIRINGWORMTHE IDEAL DIP KUBIUST PORTER DRUG CO ppp INCOKfOKATED ASK rod Flu BOOKLITk Fine ConcertBY Y W C A Girls and Othersi Benefit of the Conference Fund Music Mirth Merriment and Social Privileges A Comic Patomine by a large and select company ALL COME Admission 10 Cents learn that he contemplates be Iwo a candidate at the National Encampment at Atlantic City for the office of Senior VlceCommauderIn cjilef of the Grand Army Therefore be It resolved by this post No 171 Department of Kentucky thai we take pleasure in recommend ing him to the favorable considera tion of the comradeship when asem blcd in National Encampment as n man who is fully competent for tho office and worthy of tho promotion And wo trust his aspirations will receive tho recognition to which his ability and social standing entitles I him I MAIN STREET 18 1 Y 0 Ii College Items 0 R 0 o- cI HERE AND THERE o 0- ooooooMiss Virginia Doatrlght has boon called homo by tho sudden Illness ot her sister The Annual Debate between Doa Kappa and Union llerary Mxjlotles will take place next Tuesday May 10 All aro cordially Invited J K Caldwell whom many old stu dents will remember writes to renew his subscription from Toklo where ho Is noting Consulgeneral at a salary of some 2000 a year He has a wife and one child now Mrs Clara G Williams writes from Crlttenden Ky where slio and her family have settled that they are well pleased with their now farm and will be glad to see Bcroa friends there at any time IProto J W DInsmore who attended tho annual meeting of tho School masters Club of Kentucky In Louisville on Friday was elected vice president of that organization following a greatly applauded speech ho made The Club is composed of lead Ing educators of the state Mr Jas Spsed being Its first preqldont Prof Rumold Is making a business trip to the West I THE SHOE r i Regent Kills was In Wyoming 0 over Sunday while there he mail arrangements with tho Iluv Gee T Scott to come here next Sunday 110 will speak In the morning at the Union Church and In tho crcnln at tho Chapel He will also nddros the students Monday morning Prof Marsh will go on Friday ui a visit to Parko College whore bo plans to look Into the working or their labor system Margaret DIrney loft last Frlda for Ashland III where she expect to live with Mrs Uegga Mrs Put nams laugh or unrll next fall Misses Uowersox and Welch tool the girls of the Senior class to liobo mountain Friday afternoon and stay cd until Saurday night Tlio youni men of the class were Invited out Saturday night to supper Tho class greatly enjoyed tho treat and roper a splendid time- i Miss Robinson nttehdod tho annulI r meeting of tho Ma homaU Section or tho Association of Kentucky college at aeorgetowwn Saturday oqd presen Jed a paper on The Iltaory 6f Mo dern Mathematics She was re- electedi secretary of the Section and was delightfully entertained at Ruck I or Hall tho womans dormtory or Georgetown college The Y W C A meeting last Sun night was ltd by Minn Sarah Ida The subject rho rreutltit ol those Is charity I Prof Scale and his Sunday school class went to the hills for their Bible looson and dlnnor Sunday IIr Josiah Combs of Lulngton visited friends In town this wrak I The Y M C A was disappointed Sunday night In that they expoctnl tc I have Mr Taylor a secretary nt Cor bin to load the meeting Mr Scale led Instead Holnmii Adams was vlslod last- week by his stopinothorMrs J H I Adams and her mother of Junction City I Mr and Mrs Noah May are rojolo Ing over the arrival of a tine girl oa April 24 Tho annual rocltol of tho Mualc Department hold Tuesday night In Ui Chapel was most successful tho rendering of a tine programme being en joyed by a large audience The entertainment showed the high quality at work bolnd dono by Mr lUgby and IB the host poeulbto kind of ad vcriUemcn Particularly pleasing wore the organ elections which show tho Increasing hold whloh that most powerful of Instrument IB gain In on peoples minds I Miss Hoblnson delightfully entertained her advanced Mathematics Iclass at the PresIdents house Wed I lesday night I Among the Alumni who arc expect ed hero for Commencement are Mlas fleas Hayes OS who has been work- Ing In a bank In Gadsdeu Ala and lolla Hoffman OS who has bum at ending a medical school for tho past rear Union and Beta Kappa Llerary So epodes will give their annual debate Tuesday night May 10 at 730 In he chapel The subject Is Trovl led that option bo granted by Sea e oglslatures resolved that the commission form tat government should bo idoplvd by tho municipalities of the States municipalities to be understood al cities of and over 110000 population Tho debating teams are Union At Irmatlve I Dwight Wlllet Sowell Combs Wool ord Johnson Ezekiel Whittaker Valter DarrIiota Kappa Negative John Mlnnlch Walter Olzney Car tor Robinson Holman Adams F Oi car Bowman Glenn Porter The vI GO TO i FOR I Fresh Groceries- I I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea f ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor i Do you want to get satisfaction on I your shoe repairing Come tome I guarantee my work I Prices are low and i Workmanship Best White Oak Leather used Special line of Rubber Heels Work done while you wait Give me a trial and you will call again MAIN ST BEREA KY I Over Dank- OBITUARY IW are sad to announce the death our comrade llazll VanWlnkle who for at his homo on tho 16 of March I 1910 lIe was a member of Co IS I First Kentucky Cavalry In tho Civil war and wai an soldier Ho lived to bo nearly ninety years old but the latter part of Ills lifo was attended with severe afflictions ind ho had boon blind for a numberI Ol years All of which ho taro with i I wtlonco Wo regret tho departure of lour friend and comrade but wo trust ho has gone to the bettor land where I Ito will be free from affliction and rs rrow HU aged wife proceeded him to tho grave only a row months It consoling to think that thoy aro IiI rounlted In tho hove of the lot no oaahly sorrow mar- their peaceful buss I FOR SALE IA six room house with lot on Roll Street In IJercu Also a 28 pas t ongor In perfect ord er has boon run only a part of two i oftsons hi a good 2 12 homo power i osollno engine and good organ which I ilayg ton different tunes has taken in as high as 20o n day Can ho- hauled over any road In two loads with a two horse wagon My reason for selling Is that I want to buy a larger one Would trade for a good earn of horses or mules H K Richardson Uerca Ky RICHMOND COURT Court day brought only a moderato rowd to Richmond Monday Farmers oro taking advantage of tho pretty roather and are busy In the field whloh accounts for the falling off of iiiinbeU A notable featuro was the umber of handsome utalllona shown i on the public square Tho Madison aunty Stock Yards report about 1500 I attlo on the market The market was a little off front lost court Oood hat i tora brought C cents Ono good bunch rought C cents There were row f titles which sold for from 1150 to 200 Auctioneer 1rowltl report is I 10 to S5 Plug mules sold from Irrom 86 A largo supply of second hand buggies sold from 5 to 35 I food homos sold from 125 to 200 If AN ILL FITTING SHOE will hurt your as well as your feet for a poor fit pair before they should be needed It is true insist upon getting a shoe that fits you Let us show you the American Lady and American 1 Gentleman Low Shoes I And you are sure to find a perfect fit The enormous de mand for these popular shoes has been built upon its three conspicuous qualitiesfit style and wear Back of every pair is the reputation of the largest manufacturers of shoes in the world Come in and see the new spring styles and let us fit you in a shoe that is suited to you We carry a purge line of high and low shoes for men women and children in many styles sizes shapes and leathers RHODUS C HAYESQuality Store iWJTatums Kentucky Guaranteed exemplary Morrygoround 1lugI pocketbookj BEREA KY- F Have You Tried It thedrugIf not we urge you to do so before your troubles drivethemEven now jt may be nearly too late But try it any helpedintried in vain Why should it not do the same for you I Take CARDUI JosThe Womans Tonic gravetodaywrites KyNothing had taken Cardui I had sent for the doctor when I thought I of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had recommendCardulYour druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the bottle I Write for Ladle Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcnit lor Special Irutncttoiu and 64page book nome Treatment lor Women sent tree tt REV BRANDENBURG WRITES Wauchula Florida April 20 1910 Tlio CftlionBeroa Ky Dour Editor Will you i lcoso allow mo Space In Jour torpor to say a tow wants to my Uoroa and Kentucky friends for tlioy still havo a warm placo In my hoart osi olally The household of Jiiith and I always pity tho pastor who dooa not love his church which Gljrlet loved so much 1 thought It illicit be a matter of some Interact to our many friends In Keren and ottowhoro to toll thorn of our general liooltli and then a word about the country and our work note Wo arrived at Wauchula Doc 1 llOOO I took ohargo of tho Baptlit ohurch hero tho first Sunday In Deo timber nearly flvo months havo pasa chi alnco wo said good bye to Dcroa ZVo are loco ed about 300 miles south of Jacksonville and about 46 miles uast of Tampa near the mlddlo of the Peninsula We havo a good pro plo and a splendid church hero Mrs Uiandonburg and I are In good healU f havo gained 10 pounds since I sumo south Our little daughter Gone love has bton Just a lithe sick for two weeks but II bettor at tWit writ Ing Nothing serious wo trust Bho weighs about 20 pounds and It goes without saying that she Is very cuto and sweet Miss Martha Lambert Is nllll with us and Is doing nicely Up on the wholo wo like Florida Wo think Ib Is fast becoming a great- S ale Tho soil is sjiotted a great deal of It poor but tho climate Is worth J200 per aero In the fertile portion they grow flno orange groves and many fruits that belong rb tho citrus family Our town la a fine trucking section As I see It there are two things that mako Florida a neat State namely tho demands of the north and a congenial climate The cllmato brings thousands to the Land or Flowers Fountain of Youth etc and tho north pays enormous I prices for our productions Those two things contribute largely to too pros Iporlty of Uiln country Tho state Is moro and more cosmopoli ten because of thcso conditions and the Influx of population Is surpris- Ingly great As to our work wo are enjoying tho pastorate here Our people havo a church homo lore worth about 10 000 built of concrete and wo aro pro paring to enlarge by building Sunday school rooms Wo have SCO mom bers Over 200 In Sunday school Con gregation 350 to 400 All tho depart monts of our church work scorn to bo moving nicely Accessions to our church are frequent Twontyono shoe 11 camp Several of them for baptism WoI havo had no special you Wo want to say to tho lJapUst1 I church of Bona and our many there also the now pastor God bless you we remember every ono ot you and will always be glad and will ex pect to hear good things from you Sincerely and Fraternally I Mr and Mrs It L Brandenburg Wauchula Flo WASHINGTON Continued from Pint Page What wero tho circumstances which prevented Congress from giv ing us a fair tariff blllne which every body could Indorso without an apology Who Is to blame for those circumstances 1 What aro your plans for changing tho circumstances so that you can give us a real fair honest and decent I tariff bill Mr Taut I Why dots It happen that the peo pie living In Mr Aldrlchs neighbor hood got a great deal more benefit I tram the tariff than the rest ot us So far there has been no answerI to these questions published and there Is no rush to tho front to an Iswor them oKhcr Another little straw to weigh down tho Ilepubllcan campaign cornea In tht shape ot a report from tho Charl tits Organization of Now York which rays that If there Is any prosperity Iin this country It has not hit the They11mI labor and that as a result poor peo j pie aro as bully ort as ever Tho rich men all declare they aro prosperous tho so I suppose wo ought all to bo happy But It is hard to be poor and not get your share of tho prosperity l0ntiI lover many ot them will sell out for a tow dollars on election just like they do In your home precinct when- everi you happen to live Mr Reader j and so the scoundrels get back Into office again j It will bo recalled by the readers of those letters that one ot Mr JTafts chief virtues was going to be economy He was going to save money for the people Oren It ho dldtit get them the laws tho Repub llcan party promised Aldrich was going to help But somehow Congress dont economize The bills aro runn I Ing higher than ever and thero Is a gOIup really wont stand for this and that ho will veto tho bills or runny of thorn The public buildings and river improvement bills are most likely to be caught In this veto Between Two Sacks of Flour there may seem no difference except th name But if one of them Is CREA OF WHEAT flour there Is a big differ ence Telling you about the superiority of CREAM OF WHEAT flour prove it But If you will try a sack t day youll have plenty of proof of Itlllup erior excellence in the better breaJcake and pastry you bake It suits others It will suit you Made by BEREA ROLLER MILLS Andrew Isaacs Prop Berea Ky Cleaningaa and Pressing r Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTERB- ack of Fish Bldg Berea Ky DANGEROUS MEDICINE Facts About Some Medicines Which Every One Ought to KnowU S Government Warns Citizens Against Using Certain Me lcines Llfe and Death Matter From the Chicago Tribune Washington D C April 30An exposure of harmful patent medl cities many oft which have been fami liar to the public for a generation or more Is contained In a bulletin Issu AgrlIcultureOver SoorolnryI Vllson and Dr Harvey W a blacklist of cures and beverages pUblishIedSoothing sirups for babies are denouncedIn class the department puts tho following Childrens comfort morphine BU phate Dr Faheys pepsin anodyne com pound morphine sulphate Dr Farnheys teething sirup morphine and chloroform Dr Fowlers s rawberry and pop permint mixture morphine Dr Grovers anodyne for infants morphine sulphate Hoopers anodyne the Infants friend morphine hydrpchlorld- Jadwnys elixir for infants code IlnIDr James soothing sirup cordial heroin Kopps babys friend morphln sul phateDr Millers anodyne for babiesi morphine sulphate and drill c Dr Moffeits teethlna teething pow dory oillumrVleturInfant relief chloroform and cannabis Indica Mrs Wlnslowa soothing sirup mar nh In sulphate Of the effect of the use of those remedies the bulletin says In some Instances In which the remedy Is freely used and the child does not die there Is developed a case of infant drug addiction As soon as the effects of ono dose passes away tie child becomes irritable and free till with tho result that another dose Is administered tho craving Is met and the child la quloed a condition analogous In every respect to drug addle ton Sometimes these children look plump and healthy but as a matter ot fact their flesh is soft and flabby and they withstand attacks of Illness poorly Medicated soft drinks containing catfeln and smaller or greater quan tities of coca leaf and kola products are condemned It Is says the bulletin a well known fret that many faoiory em ployes stenographers typewriters and others subject to mental or nervous strain spend a large part of their earnings for drinks of this char acter In sassing It may bo of Inter est to note that life Insurance com panies are considering the status cf soft drink users as future risks Manufacturers ot drinks containing cocaine have been successfully prose cuted for example koca nola celery cola wlscola Plllsburys koke kola ado kos kola cafe coca and koke Cures of tuberculosis come In for denunciationAmong against which the public la warned are the following Pisos cure a remedy for coughs and colds formerly known as Plsou cure for consumption cannabis in dica and chloroform Shllohs cure formerly known as Shllohs cure for consumption Dr Urutus Shiloh heroin and cholo form llrof Hoffs consumption cure opi um Yonkcrmans consumption cure called Tub coloz1le heroin Among asthma cures on the de partment blacklist Is Tuckers as thma specific which the bulletin says consists of a solution of cocaine and Is sold throughout the Uni ted States as a result of extensive advertising and personal recommen dation Davis asthma remedy which It is declared contains chlo ral hydrate under conditions propiti eOtis for the formation and spreading AacaicoMdeclared to be an opium arsenic pre paration costoare Dr Dirneys catarrh powder Dr Agnows catarrh powder Dr Coles catarrh cure and the Crown catarrh powder while cold and cough remedies cald to contain one or moro habit forming drugs are Ackers English remedy Adamsons botanic cough balsam Dr A Boseheea Ger man sirup Dr Bulls cough sirup Dr Fonners cough cold sirup Jacksons magic balsam Kohlers onenight cough cure Von Tottaa cough pector al linseed licorice and chlorodyne cough lozenger linseed licorice and chlorodyne pastlllea Headache mixtures that simply benumb or stupefy the senses but do not remove tho cause of tho trouble are Royal headache tablets antlka mlna and codeln tablets The department voices a plea for the education of the public to a realiz ation of the dangers oC harmful pat ont medicines and issues notice that the bulletin describing the foregoing and other advertised cures will be sent free to any person upon appllca tie NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued torn Pint rage the great fight between Jeffries andI Johnson on July 4 MCarty had gone stale on training and his skull was fractured In falling ater he was knocked out- IACKERS INDICTED AGAIN Tho big meat packers have been In dicted again for conspiracy This time the Indictments have been found in Savannah BRYANS DAUGHTER TO WED Mrs Ruth Bryan Lcavltt daughter of William Jennings Bryan who secured a divorce a few monihs ago lis soon to marry again tills time an English army officer BURNED IN HOTEL Eleven lives wero lost Friday in the burning ot a hotel in Cornwall Ont WALKED 3480 MILESEdward Payson Woston a man of over 72 years of age has just completed a walk from Los Angeles Cal to Now York City In seventy days He finished in good shape This Is the record and It looks like it will remain so- HARLAN COUNTY BOOMING Harlan Ky- April 26 1910 Editor of The Citizen Boroa Ky Dear Sir- Allow me to use tho columns of your paper in telling the friends of j Harlan and Eastern Kentucky that great progress is being made In this ono of the richest countries in natural resources In the world About sixty five miles of railroad Is being pushed to completion from Plnevllle Doll County to the mouth of Loonoya Creek In Harlan The road followst tho Cumberland river all the way to Harlan Town thence It follows theI PoorFork to the mouth of Looneys Creek The road will bo lined with i mining camps front one end to theI other and plans are now being fected toward the erection of sever al coking plants At Harlan which ic situated at the junction of the Martins Fork Clover Fork and Poor Fork tho greatest development is expected to take place Because ot Its geographical location Harlan Town Is destined to become one of If not the best business centers In the state Surrounded on all sides by mineral and timbered lands waterpower sites together with a mild healthful ell- mate she Is attracting settlers from I everywhere Those who have sur plus money could not do better with It than Invest In town lots or moun tarn land which will double In value within a short time I might tell you some of the things that are being done by the wldeawako citizens U There are two banks in the town Tho Peoples Bank having Just recently been organized and has I prestige already to be envied by older banks bid fair to become one of tho strongest banks in the moun tains A Commercial Club has just been organized and numbers among Its members nearly all tho business and professional men of the town and to show their zeal in ono day the members subscribed to over four thousand dollars to help pay for the right of way for the Wasloo Black Moun tain Railroad Co and toward build ing an uptodate depot for Harlan While there are of course several business houses already hero and all doing a good business yet there Its still room for others We need milliners clothing stores hardware shopIi mill etc I It may not be Inappropriate to mention tho fact that a great influence I Is being felt by the past efforts ot Berea College In trying to hold out to the world the possibilities ot the mountain people and their land ot great natural wealth Harlan Is coming to the front In educational as well as commercial lines She has a good start for a greater education among her natives W L Bailey a former Berea stu dent Is tho able superintendent of schools Jno A Creech will be re membered as an old student and is now engaged In engineering Cam J Lewis Is now a traveling salesman and Vicepresident of The Peoples DankI A M Clark formerly of Owsley Coun ty Is Cashier having come here from Virginia Dr Caywood and Abner C Jones have an upModae drug store nod both aro old Berea students In tact It Is hard to find anything here that has not one or more Berea students connected with it This is a demonstration of theory being put Into practice Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton 0 May 2Tho recent cold weather did much damage to fruit and young vegetables in this locality Mayor Rothwell ot Hamil ton has Issued an order that Mo thers Day bo observed In Hamilton May 8th in persuance ot Gov Harmon proclamation Tho Park bond Issue The Call of The Schoolsv No3The School House By Prof J W Dlnsmore c Having secured the best teacher available tho next important matter Is tho schoolhouse It Is well un derstood that this is not nearly of so great moment as the teacher A first class teacher will havo a good school whether there is any house or not while a poor teacher could not have a school worth anything in tho finest house that could bo built Yet a first class teacher without pro per equipment Is about as badly handicapped aa a first class carpenter would bo without tools It does not pay to employ high class pklll and not supply the means to use it to tho best advantage Many a good man and woman too has been educated in a log schoolhouse also many a one in a board schoolhouse known as the box house The day of both these expedi ents Is past except in some very remote places The loghouse was a good Institution In Its day and ser ved Its purpose wonderfully well but the box house was never anything more than a makeshift and a very poor one at that Only the direst poverty could be an excuse for putting up such a flimsy and unsightly structure The schoolhouso should be built of brick stone or wood A neat frame house solidly built and closely cell ed or plastered does very well It ought to bo erected upon a solid foundation so that no animal or vermin can get beneath the floor and so tight everywhere that dust will find no lodging place The size of the house Is an im portant consideration Most school houses are entirely too small The house ought to be large enough to accommodate not only the children of school age but all the people of the district Very often It should bo wanted for the entire neighborhood for literary societies debates lec tures and other occasions A good gauge to go by Is to al low so many feet of floor space td each pupil In the district Ten square feet to the pupil Is the least that should be considered A house twcn ty by thirty feet contains GOO square INTENSIVE FARMING I Timely FarmingScience the Fathers Conducted By F O How the Highest Prices Every farmer produces two kinds of products First those that are to be consumed on the farm and second those that are raised for the market It Is tho latter kind that I refer to In this From the products that the farmer sella must conic the money to pay for all that he buys and also his profit It he has any case he Is a looser the neighbors and the store keeper pay the bill The farmer generally sells at wholesale and buyp at retail Did you ever hear a hard working farmer say that when he has anything to sell tho price is low and it he has It to buy the price is high And sure he Is right If he has raised tho same Jdnd of products as his neighbors price of a depends on and demand The supply generally depends upon the amount produced by the neighbors or else the nearness ot railroad The demand depends upon tho need for the pro duct and the ability of others to cure and pay for It It the supply greater than the demand tho price lis low If It Is less the price U The farmer near the railroad should go in with his neighbor and produce enough ot ono product to make shlp was defeated In the election held here Apr 14 There will be another election soon to vote on whother 250000 shall be Issued for the extension of water electric lights and street paving and 250000 for a new City HallTho water works reser vqlr has been cleaned and the fire flushed so that Hamilton Pints better Y W C A gave a banquet to the girls Cha Thelthe Womens business club at the Thursdayitary presided presented trio following speakers ot the occasion who were the Rev H N Kerst ViceMay I or E G Ruder Dr A T Good tho Rev A B Austin Judge Warren Card and Miss Hughes territorial secretary of the Y W C AMr H L Davis dealer in general more an dlse at Livingston Ky visited his brotherinlaw Mr John Hurdwlck at this place lost Thursday stopping In Cincinnati ho purchased a full line of spring goods The annual debate of the Ohio Collegiate Peace association was held at Miami Univer ally Oxford 0 Friday night The following colleges wero represented feet and would accommodate CO pu I pils Ono thirty by forty feet would accotnoITha windows should be In tho sides of the building and there should bo plenty of them They should begin at about the tops ot the desks and extend as high as the walls and coil will permit Tho main point is there must be an abundance or light all over the room Eyesight Is anyIat least twelve feet above the hoer The windows should have curtains of a light color that will keep off the glare of the sun but yjet allow plenty of light to filter through They should be so hung that they j can be lowered from the top and thus supply light across the room The desks should range In size from the largest to the smallest pu pils and arranged to permit the smal ler pupils to sit In front where they may have the Immediate care of the teacher They will need his ser vices much more frequently than the more advanced They should be the best that the market affords The blackboard should be placed on the wall opposite tho entrance where there are no windows and should extend the entire length ot tho wall Slate Is vastly superior to all other materials for blackboards cheapestlaas as the largest pupils IMaIls charts and globes and other should bo purchased after j consulting wit the teacher and per superintendentIIf reading charts they will be better- I than any that can be bought and cost little but Ume and patience and it- t is time and patience well spent j There should be a library but thatI deserves an article to Itself i next number will concern the school grounds J W Dlnsmoro Articles on Mountain for CLARK to Secure discussion In 1Tho product so waterTho and ling Our I ping pay while the one away from the railroad should produce tho very I product that his neighbor neglects For exammple If your friends all ralso corn and buy flour corn will bo low and flour high and there Is tho chance for you to ralso wheat and buy corn Again here Is a small town nearly all the farmers around raise corn and exchange It for groceries Dairy products and gaqlen truck are high chanceIThe farmers of another section are goingIland mules for soon they will be high But how Is a man to know all these j things Tho answer Is easy by read Ing the papers studying the markets and watching his neighbors The time I to do your figuring for next fall Is now Do not plant your crop until you decide how much you want and what kind ot stock you are going tot produce hisIwhenII Ohio State Cincinnati AnUoch Otter beln IJennlson Wooster Western Re I serve Defiance St Johns and Mia mi A J Young of the Western Re I serve won the first prize of 75 Ills I subject was Waste of War Wealth of Peace The second prize of 50 was given H J Lowe of Ohio State college Hamilton is organizing a Chamber ot Commerce Tuesday May 3 they will meet to choose thirty dl threeft the Y M C A to Increase Its morn I bership 200 ended Saturday night t Hamilton now has the largest Y M C A membership In any city under 100000 population in North America The May Festival opens In Cincinnati Tuesday May 3 Pros Taft and Gov Harmon ot Ohio will visit Ir Great plans are being made for the coming Ohio Valley ExposlUon to be held in Clnclnati this fallTThe Mia ml Valley Chautauqua assembly will open In July ot this year with an excellent program ot speakers Following are some of the speakers Byron W King Wm J Bryan Goo n I Stewart Senator Dolliver of Iowa Coy R Glenn of North Carolina and Rev Spurgeon of London Eng Ilho The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right 4 true and Interesting rnbtlshed rrerr Thursday at Berea Xjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABIU IN ADVANCU Ont Tear 101 Six Month N Three Month St Send money by pot mee or Express Money Registered Letter or one two tat scamps The date after name en label show to whit date 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coffee from Abyssinia palm nuts hides and mother of pearl- Massowah tho chief port a city of I about COOO Inhabitants has a very good harbor capable of accommodat- Ing vessels drawing 27 feet Its only Industry besides being a port of call and entry Is the manufacture of salt I fiItsclimate Is good although extreme- t I hot from April to October when the rains begin The chief dlsease to bo feared Is malaria I From Massowah a railway runs 33 miles to Glnda a small station at an I elevation of 3117 feet where it is necessary to have recourse to horses to a reach Asmara the capital of tho prow aboveal1wUlbe constructed to Asmara In two years although the engineering dim I t culties are great There are three gold mines at work in the colony but It Is Impossible to 4got any data In regard to them Traces of coal and copper have also been found but not In workable quan ii titles The Adornment of Paris itPariswas made the City of Light during the second empire Now the I i deputies have authorized a loan of 180000000 for tho purpose of fur ther embellishment together with Im I proved sanitation Although millions have been expended for the main tenance and expansion of the unexam I j pled enterprise of that period such- I a sum as is now proposed has per i haps not been available In the lump the intervening period Baron fLduring promoter of the grand l yearsIvast sum was necessarily applied to- overcoming conditions that in ordinary circumstances would have dis cttyIdinary a scale Probably too not all of the money went Into the Improve ments Hausstnann rode roughshod over Paris to make it beautiful leav i ing financial considerations and pri rate rights to become adjusted to his enterprise as best they might Wash ington Herald Unfamiliar Ground The tourist who had secured a j guide within a few moments after his arrival In Rome spoke crisply to the man Ive only got an hour or so- tI to spare for Rome he said and I want to see just two things ones St Peters and the other is the Forum I i Toke me to them both as quick as you l IJ can Tho guide engaged a carriage Into afterjdriver the equipage started off at a 1 brisk rate Suddenly it stopped and the tourist ceased his lire of questions abruptly I Hop out he said to his guide urg ing him by a slight push Now which 1Isthis the Forum or St Peters Youths Companion I The Only Relief Shall we have prayer for rain Thomas 1 asked the vicar of the clerk during a protracted drought Oh sir you do exactly as you r pleaseBut dont you think It Would be a good thing Rain is badly wanted You do as you please sir Youd I better ave It If so as you do want It But Thomas you dont seem to realize the necessity for having the prayerBless you sir you ave that the prayer If you be so sot on It but It wont rain till the moon do change London Academy I HYDE GOES TO JAIL I JUDGE ORDERS DOCTOR INTO CUSTODY BECAUSE OF DAM AGING TESTIMONY PHYSICIAN HAS TRYING DAY Evidence Is Adduced That He Bought Large Quantities of Poison and Procured Typhoid Germs From Kansas City Bacteriologist Kansas City MoJust before the adjournment of the criminal court of Jackson county on Wednesday Judge Latshaw ordered Dr Bennett Clark Hyde charged with the poisoning of Col Thomas IL Swope and who has enjoyed his liberty ever since tho In dictments were returned against him by the grand jury to bo confined in tho Kansas City jail and he was there I fore locked up by tho marshal The jury had filed out In solemn order when Judge Latshaw called the marshal before him and said In view of the testimony thus far given in this trial the court is con strained to say that It amounts to a presumption of guilt that under the law deprives the defendant of the right to go on bond and he Is hereby I and for that reason remanded to the custody of the marshal Following this announcement Mrs Hyde who once collapsed during tho day under the weight of adverse testimony was prostrated and her condition Is such that physicians are in constant attendance Doctor Hyde underwent the hard oat and most trying day of his whole life It was brought out by the ecU mony of witnesses That Doctor Hydo had purchased both before and after tho deaths of Col Thomas and Chrisman Swope enough cyanide of potassium to have killed thousands of persons That Doctor Hyde specifically ordered this poison to bo put up in the form of capsules That In size form and general appearance these cyanide of potassium capsules were almost Indistinguish able from the digestive tablets that wero given to tho Swopes That Doctor Hyde previous to the deaths and tho illness In the Swopo mansion had procured from a leading bacteriologist of Kansas City largo quantities of typhoid and diphtheria germs That the bacteriologist having become suspicious that tho cultures were not being used for a scientific purpose bad visited Hydes office during the latters absence In New York and had substituted some harm less germs for the typhoid and diph theria germs That tho nurses in tho Swopo home during the epidemic of typhoid feel ing sure that they were being used as tho unwilling Instruments of death struck and refused to go on with their duties unless Doctor Hyde left tho home And finally and probably the most Important of all that tho autopsy on the body of Col Thpmas H Swope proved conclusively to the eminent medical authorities who performed it that death was not duo to natural causesYoung Tom Swope brother In law of the man on trial told the story of finding a broken capsulo In tho snow on an Independence street on the night that Dr Bennett Clark Hyde left tho Swope home for good and all timeI was on my way to my mothers house bo said and I noticed a man take something out of his pocket throw it on tho ground and stamp upon it with his feet I did not recog nize tho man at that time Later as he passed under an electric light I saw that It was Doctor Hyde- I went to the spot and found In tho snow a piece of capsulo I took It home When I got there my fingers smelled strongly of cyanide of potas siumJohn C Paxton the confidential man of the Swope family followed Swopo on the stand Hydes lawyer sought to show that Paxton had been actuated by Improper motives In attempting to work up a case of circumstantial evidence against Doctor Hyde It was clearly shown that one of tho strong bulwarks of the defense ot Hyde will be that he has been made the victim of a conspiracy begun and carried through by his mother in law ROOSEVELT FOR U S SENAT- Washington and New York Leader See a Solution to Problems- In Empire State- WashingtonTheodore Roosevelt for the United States senate as successor to Chauncey Depew the way the political prophets an wiseacres of Washington have the sit uation In New York state forecast They say this suggestion offers solution to a multitude of problems confronting the Republican party not only In the Empire state but In the nation at large- President of University Resigns Washington Much surprise Is pressed In educational circles over th news that Dr Charles Needham had presented his resignation as presi dent of George Washington univer city coming as It does on the beef of recent charges of mismanagement of university funds Mistrial Is Declared Petersburg VaA mistrial was dtr JunlurA Williamson charged with the mur der of his young wje I SPEAKING OF DISARMAMENT What If Europe Should Search a Distinguished Visitor For Disturbing Or atorlcal Weaponsl FOUR GIRLS ARE PURCHASED NEW YORK JURY AGENTS UN EARTHS WHITE SLAVERY Three Arrests Are MadeWomen Aid In Expose of East Side Conditions New YorkThe grand Jury In vestigating the socalled white slave traffic has found that not only do tho conditions described In maga zlne articles exist but that a grand jury representative James B Rey nolds through women agents has been able actually to purchase four slaves two of whom are mere girls Three arrests were mado as a result and another arrest Is expected Harry Levlnson who trafficked in girls on the East aide and Belle Moore a negress who sold white girls on the West side are the prin cipals Aleck Anderson a negro em ployed In the Union cafe in Broadway also was arrested Levlnson was held In 10000 ball The girls purchased are all under eighteen years of age Two of them appear much younger than that District Attorney Whitman said that It would have been an easy matter for the agents to have bought many more girls had not they Insisted on having exceedingly young ones The women who did most of the work relating to tho purchases are college graduates One of them Is from Radcllffo and the other from SmithThey had little trouble after they once had their plans laid out but they had to do considerable traveling ELEPHANTS CAUSE A PANIC Eight Mammoth Beasts Escape From Circus and Run Amuck Through Danville Streets Danville IllTwo men were In- Jured two runaways occurred and property damaged to the extent of several thousand dollars when eight elephants with the Rlngllng show stampeded For nearly an hour tho elephants terrorized residents In the northwestern and northeastern portions of the city tore up property and kept two dozen showmen and a detachment of police under tho com mand of Chief Shatter trailing In the wake of their destruction The stampede occurred as the beasts were being unloaded from their cars All of the beasts were finally captured Paulhan Wins Big Prize Manchester Eng Louts Paulhan the French aviator has won by a handsome margin the first aerial der by for a prize offered by an English man Upon landing here Paulhan was given a tremendous ovation and unstinted praise for his remarkable feat At the same time his less ex perlenced but no less plucky com petitor Graham White Is warmly congratulated on his splendid attempt Paulhan winner of Lord Northcllffoa withinEZ hours and with not more than two stops arrived here Thursday morning almost exactly 12 hours after he left London Democrats Keep the Seats Washington The election con Reprodlentatlves Joaeph Massachusetts and Albert Estoplnal of Louisiana both Democrats were 1ssunderstood the cases were In favor of the Democratic Incumbents Girls Jump Into River Fond du LacThree little girls on Fridayewere a passenger train on a railroad bridge over the Fond du Lac river Two jumped Into bysthe speeding were The third was struck by the engine und fatally Injured Tho dead are Amanda Lee age nine Hilda Lemke ago nine Mollle Leu was picked up- In a mangled condition and ta taken jo tte hospital All three iblldreu were cousins AGREES TO COMMERCE COURT House Adopts Provision In Railroad Bill on Narrow Margin of Tie Vote Washington By tho rarrow nmrtfu of a tie vote the house Tuesday agreed to the special commerce court which Is to have final jurisdiction In all common carrier cases arising un der decisions of the Interstate com merce commission except where a constitutional question If Involved This feature of the pending railroad bill Is tho one most Insisted on by President Taft lIe has urged It for the speedy termination of suits brought by tho railroads against rulings of tho commission In the Interests of the shipper and to prevent costly and lengthy litigation Despite assurances given the presi dent by the Insurgent leaders that they were behind him in his legislative program 15 of them deserted him and came near to sending his cher ished project to defeat at least tem porarily In character They were Morris Murdock Nelson Lindbergh Volstead Morse Gary Davis Sleener son Pickett Haugen Gronna Hub bard Good and KendalL By uniting with a solid Democracy they succeed ed In swelling the opposition to the commerce court to 140 votes a num ber which could bo equaled only by the Republican members supporting the committee and tho president But the fight for the commerce court has not been won It will have to take Its chances before tho house when the bill comes up for final passage Hub bard of Iowa who moved that It bo stricken from tho railroad bill will carry his fight against the special court to the last ditch and will have the backing of tho Democrats When the bill Is reported to the house for passage ho will move that It be recom mitted to the committee with Instructions that tho commerce court sections be eliminated ROOSEVELTS ARE IN HOLLAND ExPresident and Family Are Royally WelcomedDine With Queen Wllhelmlna The Hague Tbo people of the Netherlands turned out Friday and welcomed the Roosevclts as though they were homefolks It was as though the former president were traveling through his own country At every station on the route from Roosendaal to Arnbem cheering crowds were met with and everybody wanted n speech At Hertogcnbosch he spoke briefly and greatly pleased his auditors by saying I am visit Ing the country from which my people came three centuries ago The Roosevelts arrived at the tier In the morning and were conveye by special train sent by Queen Wit helmlna to Arnhem whence they were driven by automobiles to tho royal chcteau the queens summer teal dence at Hot Loo Hero they entertained at luncheon by tho quee and Prince Henry Several hours were passed at tho castle Dies In Arms of Pope Rome ItalyA typical figure of the Vatican passed with tho death of Manager Gugllelmo Plfferl who had been the sacrist or parish priest of the apostolic palace since tho time of Plus IX The aged ec clesiastic died in the arms of the pope who had gone to the bedside on learning that tho end was near The monslgnore had served 50 years under three popes The post of sa crist has existed for six centuries an- is always conferred on an Augustin- Ian U 8 Holds Captured Bonds Washington Louisiana state an city bonds to the face value of 545 480 repose In the treasury vaults where they were placed In November 1805 They were captured at port and turned over by ttt9 war d partm it to the treasury A bill is pending In congress for their return MacVeagh on Vacation Washington Secretary Franklin MncVeagh left Washington Friday for a weeks rest at his summer home at Dublin N H aaasr KENTUCKY GLEANINGSWHAT DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH Mt Sterling Ky Plans are on foot for making the date of tho Tenth District Republican Congressional con vention to bo held hero on June 3 tho opening Republican rally of tho year and to Inaugurate tho congressional campaign of 1910 In Kentucky on that day with all of tho big men of tho Republican party In tho state presentAs 21s the date announced tot tho dedication of tho new State Capitol at Frankfort It will be possible for tho Republican leaders who take part In tho ceremonies of that day to come hero tho following day when the delegates from tho various coun ties of tho Tenth district will meet here and when it is probable that John W Langley will bo rcnominatcd for congress United States Senator W O Brad Icy Judge E C ORear of tho court of appeals Attorney General James Brcathltt and other speakers will sound tho Republican battlo cry Lexington KyThe Pythian lodge at PlnovIIlo Is In a dilemma and has asked advice from tho officers of tho grand lodge in this city Several weeks ago there was a smallpox scare In tho Straight Creek mining district and an order requiring general vac cination was promulgated by tho au thorities Many miners who are members ot tho PlnovIIlo lodge were Inoculated They were not able to work because of soreness In their arms and they filed claims with the PlnovIIlo lodgo for sick benefits The claims aggregate moro than tho funds of tho lodgo Frankfort KyThe resignation of Stanley Mllward of Lexington from the board of control of tho states char itable Institutions was accepted b- Uov Willson and Dr T W Gardner superintendent of tho Western asylum at Hopklnsvllle was appointed In his place Mllward resigned because of pressing private business Gov Will son also accepted the resignation of State Inspector and Examiner M H Thatcher who will loavo for Panama to become tho governor of tho Canal Zone and McKenzle It Todd Private Secretary to the governor was sworn In as stato inspector and examiner Miss Mary Watts Brown has assumed her duties as private secretary to Su perintendent of Public Instruction Kits worth Rogonstoln Louisville KyWard Headley of Princeton one of the loaders in the burloy tobacco pool In Kentucky was In Louisville and reports that the pool li gaining strength all over tho state Ho says tho recent cold wave had proved disastrous to the tender young tobacco plants and gavo as a rough estimate that onefourth to onethird of the plants In tIlts state had been killed by tho frost Walton KyHev James W Rogers grand chaplain of the Masonic grand lodgo of Kentucky died at his homo hero while sitting in a chair lie had been ill with grippe for some time Ho was n very fleshy man weighing nearly 300 pounds and his death Is supposed to have been caused by heart failure Lexington KyTho Phoenix Hotel Co filed amended articles of Incorpor atlon Increasing Its capital stock from 1360000 to 910000 and tho life of tho Incorporation is extended 100 years from July 1 1910 Tho erection of a nqw hotel building will bo begun July 1- Lexington KyTho society evenl ofdof Senator and Mrs Thomas A Combs to Thomas Newton Duff a young business man of Mt Sterling The ceremony was performed by Rev MannnLexington KyTho Gentlemens Driving club elected S S Combs president and F It Parks secretary and treasurer The matinee racing sea son will open Juno 17 Louisville KyMrs Pearl Arm strong was found guilty of murdering her husband by feeding him poison and was sentenced to from two to twentyone years in prison LouI rTIIl e KyTho strike of tho 3000 or more tobacco semmers of tho American Tobacco Co came to an end the employes returning to work at the old rate of wages Loulsvlllo KyFederal officers en Barnesdmargerlno alleged to have been han dIed In violation of the federal law amounting to 1000 pounds which will juryeLexington KyFollowlnc a trial In the county court Judgo Scott ordered revoked tho state license to sell liquor that had been Issued to James E Doyle A recent fight In Doyles saloon was the ground for tho rovoca Icon NOTES FROM FRANKFORTI t Tho following aro tbo assessments ot the principal companies on which Dig Increases were made by tho state board of valuation and assessment Loulsvlllo Hallway Co valuation 12S7500000 Increase 1250000 Homo Tel Co valuation 1000000 Increase 300000 Kentucky Heating Co valuation 1500000 Increase fluallonCumberland Tel Tel Co valuation 1500000 Increase 300000 East Ten N ncssco Tel Co valuation 1100000 increase 100000 Loulsvlllo Lighting Co valuation 3600000 Increase 1 350000 Fayotto Homo Tol Co valua lion 200000 increase 75000 Cen tral Kentucky Natural Gas Co valua lion 700000 Incrcaso 300000 Other corporations which were raised onlyia small amount are as follows boro Telephone Co 100000 South tc Covington and Cincinnati Street rail to way 1300000 Southern Express Co m 250000 Cumberland Pipe Lino Co ai 700000 American Telegraph antioTelephone Co 250000 Indiana Long III Distance Telephone Co 100000 It Ixjulsvlllo Gas Co 3600000 Lexing ton Hydraulic and Manufacturing Co II 750000 Paducah Traction Co 2501n000 American Express Co 200000wPaducah Light and Power Co 2C5 tl 000 Paducah Water Co 260000 Frankfort Water Co 160000 Owens y 1Af1IxpltliS 1d J T Earle of Covlngton a member n of tho state board of equalization has requested Auditor Frank P James to assess tho Cincinnati Newport and f Covington Light and Traction Co for t 1500000 on Its franchls and collect on this valuation for live years in back t taxes If Auditor James carries out t Karlos request the company will have to pay into tho atatos treasury 36150 for back taxes and to the counties of t Kenton and Campbell and tho cities t of Covlngton Newport Hollevuo and 1 Dayton over 200000 In back taxes t Earlo claims to have discovered that tho Cincinnati Newport and Covlngtoti Light and Traction Co has paver been assessed for its franchise This com pany controls the South Covlngton and Cincinnati street railway lines In Ken ton and Campbell counties and the Union Light Heat and Power Co In Covlngton and Newport These com Vanlos pay their franchise tax based upon their earnings but Earlo claims on account of their control by tho Cin cinnati Newport and Covington IIght and Traction Co their earnings are restricted and tho real profit front ho operation of these companies Is divert ed to tho C N and C and that as this company Is paying dividends on 9 600000 of stock and interest on 6000 000 worth of bonds It should bo assessed for Its franchise on tho basis ot Its earnings From reports already resolved from the crop reporters throughout tho state Commissioner of Agriculture Kankln estimates that tho loss to the farmers by the destruction of tho fruit from the cold weather will amount to 1500000 and that the loss on Vega tables will amount to fully twice that much Reports from tho crop report era have been coming In for tho last two or three days and without excep tion the report Is tho samethat tho fruit and vegetables have been killed and that the loss Is complete Ap pies peaches pears berries and vegetables are completely destroyed and damage has been done seriously to live stock Commissioner of Agriculture Ran kin has received a letter from A D Melvin chief of the bureau of animal Industry of tho United States depart ment of agriculture In which ho soya that there will bo no modification of the order issued last year in regard to tho interstate shipment of Kentucky sheep on account of the scab bles All cars loaded with sheep must bo laboled with placards showing that the sheep are from Kentucky and havo boon dipped for tho scabblos Another sweeping victory was scored for education when tho court of appeals alllrmod tho Judgment of tho logan circuit court In which tho court says that tho county hoard of education has the power and authority to use all of tho money levied and collected for school purposes In tho county and may use Its discretion an to how tho money should ba spent George Estir a negro convict servo ing a life sentence under the habitual criminal act Is another thirdterm man to bo pardoned by CJov Wilson GOT Wlllson noted on tho pardon papers tho following It Is doubtful If It Is worth while to let him Estis out again but tho punishment Is already more than enough Estis was convicted the last time for breaking into a railroad car In Ohio county Buford Hester of Davless county sentenced to the penitentiary for four years on tho charge of robbery was also pardoned but if be should ever get drunk again the pardon Is revoked Unless Injunctions are taken out restraining Mayor Pohgrovo and the city authorities from enforcing tho Craw saloon ordinance tho naloons In Craw tho scene of many killings and riots In this city wjll bo a thing of the past An effort was made at a special meeting of tho council to have licenses granted to the Craw saloon but It was defeated Basil Kenney oged 22 who cast his first vote In tho last election was elected a member of tbn council to fill the vacancy created by tho resignation of S M Sauflcy WilL AGAIN REVISE TARiff STEPS SOON TO BE TAKEN WITH THAT OBJCCTINVIEW FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO BE GIVEN House Committee on Appropriations Will Insert In Sundry Civil Dill 250 000 for Use of Tariff Board Created by PayneAldrlch Act Washington The next step in tho direction of a literal fulfillment of tho pledge In tho Itepubllcan national platform pertaining to a revision of the tariff will bo taken by congress this month provided members ot the house and senate who rccognlzo tho signs ot tho times can outvote that peculiar species of statesmen whoso hindsight is better than their foresight In response to a request from President Taft Chairman Tawuey of the house committee on appropriations will insert in tho sundry civil bill an item of 250000 for tho use of tho turlff w board which was created by the Payne Aldrich act last summer Tho purposo of this appropriation Is to enable tho board to ascertain tho difference in the cost of production of articles of commerce in tho United States nnd In foreign countries Tho Itepubllcan platform declared for tariff duties which would represent tho difference between tho cost of pro ductlon hero and abroad plus a reason eonablo profit to American manufac turers hut when congress was meeting in extraordinary session last year It was not in possession of tho data showing this difference and the result was as nearly oveybody knows that somo of the schedules contain Inequalities which wilt have to bo adjusted before tbo criticism of a largo percentage of tho public subside- sCRUELTORTURES INFLICTED Nlcaraguan Political Prisoners Hung Up by the Thumbs for Hours Washington A letter written to tho American consul at Managua Nica ragua detailing Incidents of cruelties in tho Isthmian republic has been forwarded hero to Senor Castrlllo repro sentative of the Estrada forces in WashlnJtonIIn his letter Mr Arellano says I think It best that you should know that the so people aro et their old work again They are torturing men and oven boys nt Mandalmo and at Oranda whipping them suspending them from tho thumbs with cords all this to wrench out confessions from them as to who carried provisions to Cattxto Talavoras Guerrillas beyond Mnndalmo Under date of April 10 from Mana gua a subsequent note to tho Amer scan consult at Managua from Arellano talcs that tho author has received re liable Information of 17 cases in which men have been hung up by tho thumbs Ho gives tho name of the 17 victims and tho name of ono man shot and two who wore lashed WILL SIFT BRIBERY SCANDAL ChicagoStates Attorney Wayman will bring Representative Charles A White of OFallon before tho special rand jury to repeat his confession al aging that ho was paid a bribe of 1000 for voting for William Lorimer for United States senator and that later ho got 900 as his sharp In a jack pot or general leglsatlvo corruption fund Tho public prosecutor also Inti mates that in tho near future the downstate legislators who were men IAtioned by White in his charges will ap beforo tho special inquisitorial l body Tho list Includes Henry A Shepherd of Jcrscyvlllo Joseph S Clark of Vandalta Michael Link of Mit chell and Leo ONeil Browne of Ot tawa Tho legislative bribery scandal will bo given tho right of way and be fore tho special grand Jury gets through Its work Whites astounding story will bo investigated to tho hot torn ROOSEVELT STANDS BY TAFT Washington The Washington Pos prints tho following Theodore Roosevelt has written several letters to President Taft clearly indicating that he thoroughly Indorses tho pres ent administration Ills choice for Kov jrnor of New York to succeed Charles E Hughes is William Loob Jr collecpr of tho port of Now York In tho letters to President Taft nnd others to Senator Root nnd Collector Loob Col Roosevelt declares his decision to remain in private life Is final Held to Federal GrandJury Jefferson City MoJ A Campbell a wealthy farmer of Morgan county and his daughter Mrs Mabel Addison wero held to tho federal grand Jury hero to answer a charge of conduct- Ing a fraudulent matrlmonal scheme May Day In Parts Was Quiet Paris May day In Paris passed off quietly as the government had taken tho strongest precautions The Gen eral Federation of Labor did not at tempt to carry out its threatened dem Dnstratlon PRAISES BIG PHILANTHROPY President Schurman of Cornell Think Well of Rockefeller Foun dation philanthroplc feller foundation bill now pending In congress proposes to Incorporate was commended by President Jacob G Schurman In nn address before the Cornell congress Friday night In sum ming up an exhaustive discussion of the measure President Schurman said thebillRockefeller foundation authorizes nnd empowers that foundation to do anything and everything which may promote and advance human civilization that Is to say morals and religion art and science manners and social Inter politicalbeing of Individuals and communities This Is a vast field for tho exercise of philanthropyBut Rockefeller has conceived a vast scheme of philanthropy for the benefit of his fellow citizens and man kind Ills character ability and organizing skill aro adequate guarantees that ho will carry out his scheme wisely and successfully with Incalculable benefit and blessing to man kind It is In tie Interest of the na tion that ho bo given a free band in tho exercise of his colossal benefi cence So long as ho Is active or his Influence remains It would bo wise and safe to give the foundation tho sort of organization ho desires Neither now nor hereafter docs It seem nee essary to limit tho scope of his benefl conco which Is coextensive with the efforts of mankind to attain a higher civilizationTho change I would desire to see In the proposed bill Is tho total or partial elimination of the method of selecting trustees by cooperation Tho organization might well b loft a closo corporation If Mr Rockefeller so desires for a generation Dut after that time I am confident that It would Inure both to the efficiency of tho foundation and to the public welfare to say noth ing of the satisfaction of tho sentiment of a democracyIf the majority of tho trustees wero appointed by the presi dent of the United States with the advice and consent of tho senate or selected by some other high abiding governmental agencies that may fairly be regarded as representing the peo plo of tho United States whoso wel tare Is tho primary object of tho 1m manse and glorious benefaction HOT WAVE IN NEWFOUNDLAND Temperature Reaches 85 Degrees In Shade Where Freezing Weather Usually Prevails This Time St Johns N F Recordbreak ing temperatures havo accompanied n hot wave that has been experienced on tho west coast of New foundland for tho last few days At points where the usual tempera ture nt this season of the year would be below freezing the thermometers have registered as high as 85 degrees In tho shade- These figures aro unprecedented in the history of the colony SHIPS COLLIDE ONE SINKS Two Schooner Crash In the Night Off Fortune Bay N F and One Founder Crew Saved North Sydney N SA col llslon In tho night off Fortune Bay N F of two Newfoundland schooners the Edna Carter and tho Victoria by which tho former vessel was sunk was reported For two hours the two vessels hung together with their rig gins entangled and It was feared both would founder After they were cut apart the Edna Carter went down Us crAW escaped to the Victoria BIG DAM SLOWLY BURNING Lowlands of Mltdiilppl Below Brain erd Minn Are Imperiled by Fire People Desert Homes Duluth Minn April 25Tho low lands on the upper Mississippi river for fifty miles below Brnlaerd Minn are imperiled The big Weyerhauser dam holding back immense head water In the height of tho manufac turing season Is slowly burning Its enter piers were afire when tbo last word was received from there The city water plant was destroyed by fire of unknown origin The city Is dark water service paralyzed and the citizens reported panicstricken Residents of tho lower quarter havo deserted their homes couriers report and women and children line flamelit banks while the men fight the fire hopelessly with buckets The Northwest Paper company pulp plant was catching afire when tho last mounted courier loft Brainerd downstream to warn settlers to flee to tho surrounding hills DANCERS SAVE 60 PEOPLE Men and Women In Ball Costume Arouse Occupants of Apartment Houie Woman Injured Chicago April 25Slxty persons wero rescued from tho Cledan apart ment building 74046 East Fortyfifth street bi an evening dress brigade of men nail women attending a house party nest by when fire attacked the big building Ono woman Mrs Eo E Ballard was burned probably fatally and several others had narrow escapes from death BIG MISSION RALLY LAYMENS CONGRESS IN CHICAGO ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS WOULD CHRISTIANIZE WORLD Every Protestant Church In America Represented at Immense Meeting Which Is Addressed by Many Eminent Men ChlcagoFor four days beginning May S Chicago was the scene of n most extraordinary gathering tho Laymans National Missionary con gross Every Protestant church In America was represented and the del egates were men of affairs from all over tho country who came hero to consider plans for the evangelization of the entire world They numbered 4500 In all- Among them were men of national and International prominence Former Vlce President Fairbanks attend ed as a representative of the Metho dist Episcopal church Several governors were present United States Senators Dolliver of Iowa and Dev crldgo of Indiana and former Senator Teller of Colorado were present at tho first session A number of former governors of states wero registered Among them wore former Governor Hadley of Missouri former Governor Yates of Illinois and former Governor Hanlcy of Indiana Soldiers sailors business men professional men and ministers were In attendance The congress closed on Friday Close of Remarkable Campaign This convention marked tho closo of a remarkable religious campaign During tho winter and spring mis slonary conventions were held under the auspices of tbo Laymens Mis slonary Movement In 75 of tho lead Ing cities of tho country The cam paign began at Buffalo on October 16 Tin gathering at Chicago was the cli max of the series of conventions- A national missionary policy was adopted This policy will be sent to John B Sleman the Worlds Missionary conference at Edinburgh Scotland on Juno 14 where It Is expected to exert a pro found conference Tho delegates wero apportioned amongst tho van ous Protestant churches of America In accordance with their membership and gifts to missions The Methodist Episcopal church led with 600 delegates The Presbyterian church was second with 450 men The Tho Northern Daptlst church had a quota of 330 men while the Southern Baptist con vention sent 200 men Tho Southern Methodist church was represented by by 255 men Tho Protestant Episcopal church appointed 210 delegates Most of the other churches had pro portionate representation Tho various sessions wero held In the auditorium The congress opened with tho singing of Crown Him Lord of All Right Reverend Charles P Anderson Episcopal bishop of Chi cage made the opening address Ho spoke on the Will of Christ for the World dwelling upon the need of church unity Bishop W L Mc Dowell of the Methodist Episcopal church made the second address Tho first evening was devoted to talks by I J Campbell White general secretary of tho Laymens Missionary Move ment and J A MacDonald editor of The Toronto Globe Notable List of Speakers Among the speakers on the program were Prince T II Yun of Korea J A MacDonald editor of the Toronto Globe Robert E Speer secretary of Iho Presbyterian Board ot Foreign Missions William J Schicfelln pres- Ident of tho Ctlzcns union of New York Alfred E Marling of Now York Mornay Williams chairman of tho New York state board of char ties Clement Chaso of Omaha How ard A Kelly of Daltlmpro Samuel D Capen of Boston John It Pepper of Memphis Tenn IL M Deardsley formerly mayor of Kansas City George Sherwood Eddy of India Robert IL Gardiner of Boston Col Elijah W Halford private secretary to the lato President llarrltson during his ad ministration Thomas Tlppey and William II Lewis of Seattle R A Long of Kansas City John D Sleman of Washington founder of the movement William E Sweet ot Denver Charles A Rowland of Athens Ga Alfred E Marling of New York Judge Selden P Spencer of St Louis N W Rowel of Montreal John R Pepper of Memphis and missionaries from nil over the world BALLIN6ER SAYS GLAVIS LIED TAKES STAND AND TESTIFIES IN HIS OWN BEHALF Declares Former President Roosevelt Urged Him to Take Commis- sionership and Reform Bureau Washington Declaring that Presi dent Roosevelt had appointed him land commissioner for the purpose of cleaning up tho general land office bureau Secretary of Interior Rich ard A Dalllnger took the witness stand Friday In his own defense before the Dalllnger congressional com mittee Tho secretary characterized one statement of L It Glavls before the committee as a wilful nnd delib crate He- According to the secretary Presi dent Roosevelt intimated the land office needed renovating as badly as Seattle when as mayor Mr Dallluger waged war on vice Mr Dalllnger declared he accepted the position of commissioner only after he had been strongly urged to do so by President Roosevelt and Secretary Garfield They knew I would enforce the law and I did ho stated emphat- Ically Mr Dalllnger read telegrams ho had received from Mr Garfield and Mr Roosevelt after he bad replied negatively to a suggestion of Senator Piles that ho accept the post of commis sioner of tho land office Reading from the Roosevelt telegram ho said It Is your duty to help me You and Garfield will lift an Immense bur den from my shoulders- It was then Mr Dalllnger said that he decided to accept the post and Mr Vertrees asked tho witness whether his relations with Garfield then wero friendlyFriendly but never intimate I knew Mr Garfield in college Mr Vertrees asked Mr Dalllnger whether ho knew any of tho Cunning ham Alaskan coal claimants at the time lie became commissioner He said ho was not aware ho knew any of them at that time but had slnco discovered that he know about six of them whom ho named Did you have an Interest In Alaskan lands asked Mr Vertrees- I had no Interest in Alaska or any other lands whatsoever either di rectly or Indirectly replied Mr Dal lingerMr Dalllnger then described how he cleaned up the land office relating in detail tho many changes no had mado and the innovations ho had in troducedAttorney Vertrees asked Mr Dallln ger about a conference he had with Glavls In December 1907 Ho re ferret Dalllnger to Glavls testimony before the commIttee that they had talked about several specific groups of Alaskan coal claims Thats a wilful and deliberate lie exclaimed Mr Dalllnger He said they had discussed tho situation in general but that ho know nothing about any groups RUTH BRYAN LEAVITT TO WED Will Be Married May 3 to Reginald Owen of British Royal Engineers New YorkAt Fairview Neb tho residence of Mr and Mrs William Jennings Bryan their oldest daughter Ruth Bryan Leavitt will bo married next Tuesday May 3 to Reginald Owen of the British Royal EngineersNo announcement will be made of the Interesting event until the young couplo aro fairly on their way to the bridegrooms ancestral home in EnglandThe will be tho culmina tion ot a romance of short duration and which has been conducted very quietly Mrs Lcavltt met her fiance first in Colorado late last summer ARMED DEPUTIES GUARD MINE Five Hundred Foreign Striking Miners at Toluca III Threaten Offi cer Who Guard Shaft Peoria IiiIn fear of violence and possible bloodshed Sheriff John L Howard of Lacon with a score of armed deputies are guarding the Toluca Coal companys mine at Toluca a Marshall county village Trouble is threatened and may break out at any minute Five hundred foreigners who until the general strike was called were employed In the mines havo threatened to attack the officers for protecting the mines Most of tho foreigners aro well armed with revolvers and knives Boston Faces Milk Famine DostonA declaration of warn between milk producers and dealers over the rates In the socalled Dos ton district with the consumers as the principal sufferers was proclaimed by the producers Hostilities aro to begin on May 1 Fifty farmers rep resenting nearly 5000 producers signed tho declaration which it carried into effect means a milk famine In Boston Gen Nelson A Miles Hurt Washington Gen Nelson A Miles U S A retired was thrown from a now horse ho was riding in Potomao Park Wednesday evening One rib was broken ho received a slight scalp wound nnd was bruised on ono shoul der and side It is not thought that tho scalp wound will prove seri ous General Alexander Diu In South Savannah GnGen E P Moran der a noted confederate soldier and writer died hero Thursday r tIf1 r tIf1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY APPELLATE COURT DECISION Frankfort KySales made by a firm located in Kentucky regardless of where tho sales are made must be accounted as sales mado in Kentucky for such was the decision of the appellate court in tho case of the Stew art Jail Works Co of Kenton county against Frank P James auditor The opinion was written by Chief Justice Barker affirming the judgment of the state fiscal court James as auditor was seeking to collect from the Standard Jail Iron Works Co a li cense tax for 1909 Tho company with a capital stock of 200000 Its homo being in Kentucky had done a business in 1909 of 600000 but claim ed that the gross Incomo from tho sales in Kentucky amounted to but 30000 and the value of its tangible property is only 25000 The com pany claimed that In estimating tho amount of license to be paid to tho state but sales within tho state of Kentucky should only bo considered while the auditor claimed that all sales made by the company is busi ness done within the state Louisville IyThe Louisville Cot ton Seed Products Co upon receiving advices from southern agents suspended operations of their plant in definitely in order that they may if necessary ship back to the south their entire supply of cotton seed now on hand for use of tho planters affect ed in the cotton belt regions by the recent freezeout Somo of tho southern planters are said to be paying as high as 2GO a bushel for seed and it is freely predicted that the price may go up even as high as 5 A can vass of the situation it is atated shows that there Is an absolute short ago of cotton seed because of the fact that large quantities of last years yield was used for fertilizing purposes Louisville KyA dispute between the receiver of tho Louisville Eastern Railway Co and tho officials of Shelbyville Ky as to the location of a depot which the company wants to erect in tho town came up before Judgo Evans of the United States court but was carried over The case came in the United States court through injunction proceedings brought by the receiver to restrain the Shelbyville officials from trying to pro vent the railway company from erect ing its depot Tho attorneys for the defense say that a depot Is about to be erected in tho most exclusive resident portion of tho town and they do not want it there- LexingtonI KyWilliam Adams president of the National bank of Cyn thlana a member of the state board of agriculture and member of the Democratic state central committee announced that he would bo a candidate for the Democratic nomination for gov ernor Mr Adams is widely known particularly in Central and Eastern Kentucky and is popular with the farmers He will make the formal announcement of his candidacy at Cynthlana on May 23 when ho will begin bin active canvass Lexington KyTho Kentucky Sales Cos April auction of saddle and general purpose horses was a success 190 head being sold for an aggregate of 47000 The demand was stronger than the supply Eastern buyers who have been scouring tho Blue Grass region for tho past fortnlht for horses suitable for show purposes under sad rile and in light harness say that they are having much trouble in finding what they want Danville KyDr James Thomas Lapsloy oldest living graduate of Princeton University and of Center College Kentucky died here aged 91 years He finished too course at Cen ter College In 1839 and two years later took a degree at Princeton Afterward ho was ordained to the ministry of tho Presbyterian church As n clergyman ho became widely known throughout tho south Richmond KyWilliam Mays dep uty marshal was ordered acquitted of tho charge of murder on the unusual ground of nonprosecution by tho com monwealth In the United States dis trict court here Mays killed a moon thlnor by the name of Deard about a yuar ago while attempting to arrest him When his trial was called Dis trict Attorney Tlnsley and his assist ant wero ill- Lexington KyRupert C Foster winner of the Kentucky intercollegl ito oratorical contest will represent Transylvania university In the south ern oratorical contest to bo held at Vanderbilt university Nashville May 4th Louisville Ky While racing to a die Capt Patrick Klllgarlff Driver James Purcell and Pipeman William Duddy of the No6 Engine Co were severely injured when the horses drawing the reel plunged into an ex ctvatlon GOSSIP FROM FRANKFORT Reports of the organization of corn growing clubs have been received by Commissioner of Agriculture Ranklo from 37 counties in Eastern and Central Kentucky giving tho list of offi cers elected At each of those organ izations there have been distributed three bushels of fine seed corn and Commissioner Rankin has a corn bulletin issued giving an account of the work done The membership of the clubs vary from 50 to 150 and there Is a good deal of interest in all of them The object is to grow corn at an average of 75 bushels an acre and Commissioner Rankin says this can bo done In tho preface to his bulletin ho says- I desire to place Kentucky in the front rank as a corngrowing state and tho results obtained from the ills tribution of pure seed corn during tno last few years havo convinced me that tho people havo known the real valuo of using purebred seed corn In ono Instance where the seed corn was dis tributed the yield per acre was from 26 to 55 bushels per acre in another from 25 to 75 bushels per acre There are several essential points In tho raising of corn and taken in order are Preparation of soil proper seed selection proper cultivation and well harvested crop economically done The corn bulletins contain this Infor matlon and any farmer in the state can get a bulletin by sending to me for It Contracts for improvements on public works owned by a county if tho contracts aro ordered by the fiscal court and not an individual of the fis cal court must be paid for by tho conn ty even though the contracts are not made exactly according to the stilt utes Such was tho construction of the law in tho case of Magistrate Flowers against the fiscal court ot Logan county which was reversed on the original and affirmed on the cross appealW Fish had secured 500 damages in the Rockcastlo circuit court against tho Louisville Nashvlllo railroad because he was given tho wrong end of a railroad ticket by tho conductor and on his return homo was ejected from tho train and forced to walk 11 miles Tho court says tho damage is excessive- J W Gates secured a judgment for damages against the Madlsonvlllc Hartford Eastern Railroad Co In tho Hopkins circuit court because the railroad tracks blocked a stream and flooded his land He only asked for damages to his crop and the appel late court says the damage should be granted The Executive Committee of tho Stato Doard ot Forestry Immigration and Agriculture met here and appointed tho heads of tho various depart meats of the state fair as follows Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin poultry and students judging Prof M A1Seovllle dairy cattle dogs sheep goats Guthrlo Wilson horses mules jack stock and speed ring J L Dent beef cattle G L McGrew womans department agricultural im plements C C Adams field seed and grain and horticulture Fred Black burn vegetables and melons The Incontestable clause contained In a life Insurance company meaus what it says is the decision of the appellate court in tho case of tho Citi zens Life Insurance Co against Wil liam D McClure Co affirming tho judgment of the Fleming circuit court McClure sued to collect a 3000 pol icy carried by his brother W B Mc Clure who died shortly after tho second premium on the policy had been paid the policy containing a clauso that it was incontestable after ono year The company alleged fraud In the securing of the policy Miss Nora Drown stenographer to Gov Willson received a letter from Ernest P Dlckncll national director of the American Red Cross society naming her as secretary of the Kentucky State Bpard of the American Red Cross society Members of tho board havo been selected by GOT Willson but will Hot be given out un til confirmed by the directors of tho national society GOT Willson appointed tho follows Ing veterans of tho Confederacy as members of the board of trustees ot the Contederato home at Pewee Val ley for a term of six years James A Steele Woodford county W O Harris Louisville Charles S Jarrett Hopklnsvlllo James W Hollings worth Princeton and W A Milton Louisville When M H Thatcher of this city goes to Panama and becomes thelgov croon of tho canal zone he carry with him from this city one of tho handsomest silver sets ever taken out of Kentucky It will bo presented to him on his wedding day by thA roem hers of the official family of the state It has been purchased In this city Because the report of the crop con dltlons In this state for tho month o March showed a decided falling off In the acreage of wheat Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin has decided to begin a campaign to induce the farmers of Kentucky to grow more wheat and less tobacco Beattyvllle KyW H Beatty a leading merchant ot this place filed a deed of Assignment In the county clerks office naming James P Lyon as tho assignee No schedule of ar sets or liabilities has been filed oAo Ot10 o 9 olOtioiotaotlflla otl0la ooAosopalrett1 t East Kentucky Correspondence 1 t News You Get Nowhere Else 1 iIfocomiponoenc pabUibel oaten ilfoel in tan by We writer The name e li not lor pnbllcatooa eat u tm erldtao of pool faith Write pUUUy osoea0 Bosonomomomouomomomomomomomom um JACKSON COUNTY GUKKNIIAII beIGreenhall May 3COrn Is now Ing planted every day There will bea larger acreage planned this yea than ever before In this partJ N Smith sold to J A Hunter a fine cow for f32 Rachel Pierson has very ill scverl days with beenI like tonsillils Ed Creech has tracted with Robert Wilson of Boone vllle to carry the mall from till piece to Tyner Bent Plerson is erecting a nice dwelling house for Jesse Piorson This District is almost un animous for Powers Ono of tin census enumerators claims he only found about six voters against him In his district Many have been watch Ing for Halleys comet but have failed to see ltTho Cincinnati Cooperage Stavo Company started n large drift of rough staves to theIr mill at Heidelberg the last tide but cs the water soon abated they left them on tho way awaiting another tldoTho funeral services of Mist Lena Wilson were held Monday at her home near Royal Oak There be ing a large attendance of relatives and friends to mourn her death We are informed that the Rev A D Collins will preach at Royal Oak Sunday Mrs Bell Farmer of Maul den was visiting her daughter Mrs Lucy Plerson SundayThe Greenhall vbaseball team has secured a diamond for this year from Charley and will play Saturday JlaneryI They extend a welcome to who will come and play with them I jTnomMay 2 farmers are tAnnvl11e planting corn this fine Mr Robert A Johnson of this place has secured a position at Washington D C In the Census Bureau Mr Walter Medlock came home Friday from a two weeks IIn to tho mountains Miss Mottle and Mlsrf Lizzie Johnson a business trip to Moores Creek Saturday evening The spring term of school at the Annvllle Academy worthIInjton Sho has been so kind and pleasant that all who have had the pleasure y of meeting her will regret very much to see her leave and shall hope 10I i have her with us again Miss Kate Castine was visiting at the home of I Mr W A Worthlngton last week The Normal glass was lIven a class at Mr Worthingtons last Wed Inesdaynight and all report a delight ful time There will be song services at the Annville Academy every Sunday night Mr Chester Jones from Ty I ner and Mr Frank Morria 08 Mid dlefork who have been attending school here went home Friday night Mr J H Short called on the mer chants hero todayMr W B Hub and Sunday here LesIIlieer and not expected to liveMr Mrs Roy E Roder visited at Mr andI Pcnnlngons Sunday Mrs Smith and Mrs D S Smith in Annvllle Sunday SAND GAP Sand Gap May 2The late frost killed all the fruit in this vicinity Farmers are pro ressing nicely with their work David Durham and Larkin Kerby have returned from McKee where they went to serve ns Jurymen during Circuit court I report a great deal of business amiI whoI actedLeonard Isaacs 1ontrial for killing Cyrus Isaacs got a sentence for twentyi one years in the penitentiary J Durham census enumerator in Chestnut Flat precinct returned home from his work Satur day night and reports that heIR setting along fineJ W Marcum has sold his farm back to A P Gabbard and bought a lot near the Cole stand I froth J W Williams and will go In to business again Prof J G Dur ham began a music school at the Hel I lard school house Sunday C S Dur ham and wife E E Durham and wife and Sherman Durham and wife vls Ited J R Durham and family Sun day James Snider the tourist re cently spent a few days In this vici nity This morning about four a m J R Durham taw Halleys comet It Is a little to the left and above the morning starPARROT Parrot May 2Everybody Is busy planting corn Services were held at Letter Box Sunday conducted by S E Johnson and Jas IngramChas Davidson returned homo from Berea last Friday where he has been In school Old uncle Billie Adkinson is no betterMisses Nora and Minnie Price are at home again since school closed at Annvllle Several of tho young folks from near Annvllle at tended church at Shiloh Saturday night and sundayMr Buck Cunaglm f IO f ottllo ososoe o o I who got his hand cut very badly It a saw null Is doing very nlcely visited friends SatIurdaysuccess I wish of the writer i nOUIlIKIICK- Doublollck April 30 Thero wa preaching at Cave Spring Sunday night and Monday conducted by the Rev James Lunsford The frost killed all the fruit and early vcgota bles in this neighborhood Wlllli Simpson was In our midst last week selling medicine for the Indian Herb whoIIn Cincinnati have returned home to put In a crop Miss Doloras Witt is visiting Miss Lillian Abrams and at tended meeting at Cavo Spring Mon dl11lr Henry Cook has sold the upper part of his farm to Wm Sparks for twentyfive hundred dollars CLAY COUNTY Mr W Taylor Muucy The Citizens popular agent In Leslie and Clay Counties announces the following speaking datesat Short Creek school house Saturday May 14 at 10 a m at Big Creek Saturday May 21 at ten a in at Hooker Saturday May 28 at 10 a m and at Bright Shade Saturday June 4th at 10 a- in His subject will be Education PrcsaIonThose who have heard Mr Muncy speak know how well worth hearing they will be SPUING CREEK Spring Creek May IAfter the reI cent rains the farmers are busyAlex Mills of Otter Creek diedI tho 27th of April from the effects of a cancer iu his eye and noseJ B Walker whose steam mill was burned some time ago Is having it repaired There will be preaching a Flat a Creek school house Saturday and Sun day by the Rev Wm Cottongim AE largo attendance Is expectedA largeI crowd attended the ball game dayM C Morgan is planting cane seed I I I am In position to give you better pikes and Quality on general met 1 ibandlso than you have been expect lug You fro Invited to come and see Itor yourself J B 1ALOtnAlger April 27We are having some very nice weather at present Mrs Rachel Spenco of this neIghbor hood Is very HI Mm Dora Green who has been vary sick is better now i Mr Jim Wood passed thru here last week Mr David Bowman is very feeble Miss EtUe Campbell I and Lee Campbell visited their sister sirs Laura Baker Saturday and Sun day1lIss Daisy Bishop and her friend Miss Brown visited Miss Ellen Combs last Saturday and Sunday lisa Brown was seeing about a to Mr and Mrs Marion ISChOOlDorn fine baby glr1Jack visiting around some were not glad to see him LESLIE COUNTYI HYDEN Hyden KyjWe do a general banking business ind solicit accounts of firms and In llvlduals thruouyeaatern Kentucky are seeking now business and wo Iwe prepared to take care oC it B Eversolc Pros T G Lewis Pros Thos L Gabbard Cashier MADISON COUNTY- IINCSTON j Kingston May 2Mr A P Settle and children visited Mr M D Settle at Big Hill last week James Bak er of Berea Is painting the Masonic NallMrs Ben Foley spent Friday vlth Mrs Golden Messrs Bose Lain and Pal Hazelwood were In Richmond Ion business Thursday Mr and Mrs Muncy have gone to Clay County after an extended visit with Mrs iluncys parents Mr and Mrs G N unsford Mr John Powell went to Richmond on business Saturday Hiss Pearl Lain Mr and Mrs Curt Denge and Johnnie Lain were Berea visitors Thursday Miss Bessie Pow ell spent last week with Mrs Green j Durham Mr A R Gibbs Is having his hay balled this weekMiss Suda Powell went to Big Hill Sunday to spend a few days with her brother L C Powell Miss Lucy Noe of Richmond was the guest of Mrs Geo Uoody from Saurday until Monday Several from here attended court at Richmond Monday General Luns ord and wife attended church at wsley Fork SundayMrs Mark lanery has just returned from a visit to Beattyvllle Mrs Julia Maupln visIted Miss Dora Benge at Dreyfus Saturday night Miss Martha Powell vas the guest of Mr and Mrs Lewis f y Stndlln Sunday Mr and Mrs Will torn llson Mr Davis Mundny and wlfo spent Sunday with Jno Quinn Mr Marlon Coylo of Rod Lick pass ed thru on his way to Rlchmon courtMr and Mrs Lawrence Pow ell were guess of Curls Bongo last week Several from hero are plant ing to attend the Memorial Service at Pilot Knob May 15 INIItU ClllHiK 3Several rrom l church at Hart Sunday evening at 230 oclock Mites Grace nnd Eva Johnson visit cd relatives near Paint Lick Frlda and Saturday Mr John W Johnson has purchased a new organ and Is going to have his daughter tako mu sic lessonsMr W B Lake was In Richmond Friday and Saturday on business A large drove of cattl passed thru last week enrouo to Richmond Miss Ella E Lake who Is in school at Berea spent Saturda night with her brother and wlfo or this placeMr Elmer Lowls has ta ken charge of the saw mill nnd Js now running it II A ZITS Harts May 1Mr Sherman Swln ford and wife J E Hammond ant family visited J W Lake Sunday Elmer Lewis Carl Bratcher and W M Anderson attended church at thl place Sunday evening Mr Hlat Drew and family of Uoblnct passed thru here Saturday cnroute to Hamil ton O1lr Rollle Davis has just returned from a visit with friends at White Hall KyMr Bradley Lake made a flying trip to Richmond There was preaching a Joe VanWln kles Thursday night conducted by the Rev Brewer Mr C C Logsdon has a full store of everything Messrs Jim Dougherty anti Levi Me Cluro have gone to Indiana where tney are working Mr Armstrong was in this vicinity last week taking the census report Mr Dick King who has been to Hamilton the past few months returned to his old home in Rockcasle County mo IIiLL Big Hill May 3People in this neighborhood are rushing to get their corn planted Mrs Nathan Durham spent a few days at home of Mr Joseph Reece Mr Henry Roberts has moved from Richmond to farm here this year Miss Dora Ely was guest of Joss Lucy Hayes Saturday Sunday lastMr Lawrence Pow sister of Kingston is spending a- low days with him this weekMrs Willie Settle went to Richmond Sun lay to be doctored by Dr Glbson Miss Lucy Hayes has been sick the I past weekMra Sherman Settle and son Jason spent Sunday with Mrs Settles father and mother Mr and Mrs Kinnard of Berea Mlstt Mar CMteelI1111 and Mrs J G Harrison of Be rea were In thIs vicinity Sunday t Miss Julia Johnson was a guest here Saturday and Sunday Mlaa Johnson I 10 going to return to Lexington where file has a position as clerk I COURT IItOCKCASILE Wlldle May 3The little child of Mr and Mrs Albert Reynolds 1- islck1lrs Myrie Thorp of Es Ill I County Is visiting friends at this ilace Messrs Jack and Alfred Wood were with homo folks Saturday and Sunday MIS W H Brannaman is slck1lrs Sarah Mara la visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Cavern In Lincoln CountyIBoone May 2Mr Sol Knuckles Is not Improving anyMr Charles Dldham Is very low with consumption Mr James Lambert and Mr A D Knuckles made a business trip to Itt Vernon last weeklien Gay of PoInt Lick was in this vicinity Sun i layMrs Susan Wren and Mrs Ida Wren visited relatives on Clear Creek on Sunday lastMilk cows are high from 50 to 75 apiece Miss Hatile oynter who is attending school at 3trca visited her parents Saturday md Sunday Mr and Mrs Jas Lam bert visited Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd I rear Hock ford Sunday Mr Will Sims who han been side for some lnie is some better Mr S B Mc Jlure made a business trip to HvingQ on Sunday Mr James Durham and wife visited tho Sunday school at his place Sunday Mr and Mrs H T Chasteen visited relatives at Wil lie Sunday Mr A D Levitt and Willie Coyle were In Berea Sat irday Miss Lyda Levctt and Miss Ethel Young visited Miss Bertha and May Lambert Sunday Mr Wm Ang lln of Clear Creke was In this vicinity Sunday last CON WAY Conway May 2Mr I A Bowman shipped a car load of cattle nnd hogs to Richmond Thursday Mrs hello Dalley Is still very sick Misses Edna McClure and Laura were rlaltlng at this place Sunday1lrI Charles Bowmans health is not any SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allenl FootRue the anUrtptlc powder It cures sinful imanlac nervous feet and InitanUy take be Uni out of corn and bunions Ittomfort discovery of tbu1OIo Allen Poi Eue aakva tigbtorucwehoes feel easy It II a certain uraloriwcatlncallouiiwollen tired ChinK fvet Llwaya UM IUD break In New shoes Try It today stampsamtaKe addrcea Allen 6 Olmited LototNY hotter Mrs W M Hayes Is not any hotter Mrs Lou Dally was In heron Tuesday on business Mr Sbor Idan Bowman has been visiting at JIIllttMr A P Gabbard who lias been to Jackson on business has le turned Mr Charlie Riddle nnd Miss Monda Turner were married at tho home ot the bride April 26thIewish them a long and happy life Miss Rhoda Bowman has Just returned front Richmond where sho has boon visiting Mr Henry Bowman and wife were In Itockfonl Sunday Mr Henry Hensley Is visiting at 1lr I A Bowmans Mr Arhur Dalle and wife havo returned from Mt Voi nonMiss Mary Langford from M Vernon Is visiting her sister Mr Fanny Dalley OWSLEY COUNT VINCUNT Vincent May Jamca Ilamllto and John Chestnut spent a tow day last week fishing on the South Kort Mr John Freeman of tho Brush mountain region was a Vincent Sat urday on business Burgoyno IJonerI returned last week from where he had been buying a euppl of dry goodsIt will bo a genera land slldo thruotit tills section tor Caleb Powers Harvey Venablo am wlfo of Orpha Jackson County aro visiting his fa her T B Venable Walter Bryant of Dry Fork WIl3 the guest of Andy Venable Saturday night J B Soott spent the greater part of the week looking for ties for the Leslie Drake Tie Co for whom he Is working Zach Wilson and family of Boanovllle are visit- Ing Mrs Wilsons parents W S Treadway IUctTUWN Rlcoown April 30 There was a tide last week and several of our citizens wont down the river on tlm bfrIt Is thought that tho fruit crop has been damaged considerably by the recent cold spell Will Green W Reynolds and Ewell Froa left last Tuesday for Hamilton 0 to find workJane States visited hor moth er Mrs Margaret Moore last Satur day and SundayC B Gabbard was at Boonevlllo last Saturday and Sun dayR W Minter and family have moved to this place from Hydon anti aro going to rannXo one at this place has yet seen tho comet Gil bert Reynolds visited relatives at this place last weekThe Rev Albert Bowman of Island City will preach Sunday at this place Hurrah for Powers Is tho shout of all our citi zens and we also say Hurrah for The Citizen Joe Johnson passed thru here with a drove of cattle a few days ngoJeMe Moyers has been here I taking the census I ISLAND CITY I Island City April SO Fanners are J far behind with tholr workThere Is consIderable excitement over the ranting of the cometo J Gentry returned from Richmond Wednesday where ho attended Federal court The meeting held for the purpose of building a graded school at Oak I 3rovo was a success Fortyfive In I favor to 20 opposed Trustees eleced were A D Bowman J S Bowman R M Morris Charles Burch Curtis IJecknell The building will be erected scar J C Gentrys store on the and of H D Peters Wm Mays who was Indicted In the Owsley Co Circuit Court for the killing of Dan- Iel Beard and was transferred tb the federal court of Richmond had his trial Tuesday and was acquittedi- I Gentry left Saturday for Beatty rllle to meet a friend Chas Lewis who was caught In a moonshine still a few weeks ago was sentenced to six months Imprisonment In Rlchmom jail and one thousand dollar fine Albert Bowman preached to a largo irowd Sunday at Walnut Grove and vas much disturbed by some drunken non We have no district officers Iquor is being sold all over the ills whiskeylareare up coffee sacks over their heads selling It LUtlo buys are sound asleep on tho oad side under Influence of liquor and vhen brought before lie courts do not swear the truth and are a shame to their parents TUAVEMKU9 REST Travelers Rest April 27Tula Ral ly given by Travelers Rest Lodge No I1G 10 O F on Tuesday April 6I VIM qulto or success The people SClnI led early Tuesday morning In Virgo logg Chapel The program was open ed at 10 oclock a m with a song America by the Travelers Rest quartette Prayer by the Rev J T Uartln Welcome address by tho Rev G B Bowman Following was delivered an interesting discourse by the lev J T Martin After which tho aUdience was entertained by Orchestra music conducted by Freeman and Ida ier All then adjourned to tho open leld that lay just behind the church vhere a toothsome dinner was spread and everybody amply tilled In the ifternoon they were again called to guher hy the orchestra music after which was presented a tableau Nearer my God to Thee by n number of Rebekah ladles Adjourne- dI at 4 p m We extend our thanks to the people for their presence and good behaviour Adds Heathfnl Qualities to the Food- Economizes Flour Butter and Fans 1to Atla 4 1341 iMoWLRI1 The only baking powder j made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Limo Phosphates CORRECTIONaThe Citizen lilts been nuked to print this week a correction null denial of the statement piibliHhed in our lust issue under a Hhiulo dote and saying that Dr C T ItickottH nnd Mm BrightfHoskiim vero to bti marriird on April BO We take nulkbng this correction together uliba si11celc apology Uparties concerned t This ReeniH a good time to say a fovv words about incorrect news which is scull in to us by various parties The editor of the Citizen is mow troubled by such itrins thou other people possibly can be fur he knows that alto reputation popularity and success of tho paper depends on its having only true news As ho is more interested in the success of the paper than any one else he is more anxious to hove all the notes entirely correct The editor has never understood whysonic people like to get lies printed but it is necessary to watch all till time to keep these things out of the paper anti at lest some do get in We rlIlIor have some one else rend nil the news carefully otlllnil thinks Unit look doubtful are cut out but some things that look true often are not We have been hoping for n long time to catch some one in u deliber ate lie and when we do we will certainly prosecute And for the benefit of any one who may have a falsa item printed about them we wish to say that we will be really glad to print a full correction as soon ns notified The item mentioned above was not sent in by the regular corre spondent but was written and signed by n women bearing n goof name and we supposed it wen soul out of friendship to the parties in case tho regular correspondent overlooked it We have kept tho writing and can prove nil these statements We are informed that there are some other incorrect statements in the letter sad if any of the parties misrepresented wish to take any further action nod will communicate with us we will be glnd to let them hero the name of the writer and give them every possible assistance =ESTILL loeDIT COUNTYI Locust Branch May 2our Sunday school at this place is progrctwlng nicely Next Sunday May 8h the hey Lunsford of Hear Wallow will preach at Beaver Pond church at 11 a m Everybody la Invited to attend lire Lunafnrd Is an interesting prca char and worthy of good attendance Mr S B Kelly Andy Rlchordeon and If O Dlcknoll wore attending court at Richmond Monday Mr Ellis Hart and wife of Cleveland 0 who have been visiting relatives at Bares for a few weeks were welcome guests at H 0 Blcknclls Saturday night and Sunday Miss May Kind red started Monday for Central 111 where she will stay tor tho summer with her brother Miss Florence Barker of Jinks visited Mandy Harrison SundayMr Geo Miller and wife of Happy Top visited Dugun Mar cum and family Saturday night and SundayThe Wysbroad Lumber Co Is setting a saw mill this week on Locust Branch near Mr Robert Kel loys The Odd Fellow March at Jinks last Tuesday was witnessed by a large crowd Tho program rendered was Interesting and all seemed to enjoy the picnic LAUREL COUNTY IIONIIAM Bouham April lOWe are sorry to II say Pleas Catching who was klckIed by his horse a few days ago lug two of his ribs is not recover There will be no trait in tho neighborhood this year Tho trust that came April 23 hit all and great damage was also done to most I of tho gardens Them was llrcuchhuIlast Saturday night and Sunday at old Piney Grove church conducted by I the Roy George Allen and ethers Mr Clovclam McVey and wife are happy over tho arrival of a tine girl Use for Titanium Titanium Is said to bo the only metal suitable for tho and axles of certain modern gasoline mo tors which run at speeds as huh as 3000 revolutions a minute The metal is obtained from Tuttle or titanium dl oxIde a mineral of little commercial Importance heretofore 100 Reward 100 The reader of this u will ire plrlS to dluooeIthe on I posture cure now known to 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