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ItESNTS 0 I3EPEA X BEREA PUBLISHING CO iMconro RATED STANLEY FROST Manager rI Kaltml at tin Poe ofee at Demo Ayi cu second I dan mattmatter I Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 10 1910 One Dollar a year No 40 I NEWS OP THE WEEK r Hyde Found Guilty Convicts Burn ed to DeathWar in South America Likely Biggest Warship Launched Governor Arreited forSmuggllng Illinois Graft Caiei Getting Hot I FOREST FIRES RAGING The spring tort thus over the upper Lake Region are worse than usual this spring and great damage Is be ing done there HYDE GUILTY Dr B C Hyde baa been found guUty by a jury in Kansas City ot murdering Col Thom Swope Hydes sentence WAS fixed at life Imprisonment The jury WILl nearly three days In reaching an agreomcuyi Hyde will appeal ILLINOIS GRAFT CASES The trial of Leo ONeal Browne ot Chi cago Democratic leader of the Legis lature which elected Lorlmor Republican to the U S Senate on the charge of lath giving and accepting bribes has begun In Chicago Mean while the Investigation of the grand jury la continuing and developing many Incriminating facts DEAD KINGS FUNERAL The funeral ot King Edward will be as Impressive as xmip and cermony CAnI make IL It will be on Friday of this week and the body will be laid In the Chapel at Windsor Represen I tt lives of oil tho great nations will follow tho body to Its last rearing place Expies Iloose volt appearing as the Envoy ot the United States A groat rush to sea the funeral is taking place and already the rights to use windows over looking the ot tho procession have been 0liath I as high as lf00 aploco INDIAN RUMPUS A near raid of Indians In tho southwest furnish ed the newspapers wlh a little ex citement during the week Tliey didnt raid and no one was hurt but soma troops had to be ordered out GOVERNOR ACCUSED Frank 4 Rollins exgov ot Now Hampshire and his son are under arrest In New York charged with trying to smuggle goods Into this country Thoy were not In business but are charged with doing what many othcpi do and cheat ing tho government out of tho few t dollars duty duo on goods bought abroad for their own use t t GRAFTERS SENTENCEDPiUa j r burg Is really gutting rid of a few grafters Six moro have been sent to jail and others yet are to be tried The man higher up is in Now York fighting extradition a BIGGEST WAIt9H1PTlio tow U S battleship Florida tho biggest war I ship In any navy up to date was F successfully launched last week By the tlmo tho boat is finished there fi will bo much bigger ones under way however HE1NZE JoREEDF Augustus Helnze tho bankerspeculator who has been on trial for his alleged manipulation of a string of banks has been cleared 1 ANOTHER LITTLE WAUCenj tral America Is not happy without a war of DOme kind and now they are Continued on Fifth rant 1 r r I CE KY THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People MADISON We Are- Constant In our endeavors to serve I you with quality and values in a degree so far in excess of what you can reasonably expect that you may be con tinually reminded of the serv ices we render You will thoroughly ap preciate this every time you wear one of the high grade garments which we sell and feature Friend Made Clothes Make Friends R R COYLE The Clothier Berea Kentucky FINE TRACK MEET Berta Puts Up Hard Fight Against StateWins 47 Points Ac Against 72 for Stata WtsUyan Oat Four Fine Prospects for the Next Years Team Which Should Land Championship In a track meet which was spirited rid well fought all the way Berei lost Saturday Wok second honors In e three cornered meet at Lexington winning 47 points to States 72 Them t was really much closer than the score shows as It was not Ull nor tho end that Spates victory became I certain Every event was closely con tested and In several of thorn Berea- i I suffered1 troop bad luck- I The mot was practically won for SUite by Shanklln who alone made foureen faints The Illnean of how man and the arrangement of tho boats also operated against Berea but I these things have nothing to do wlu tho conduct ot the meet which was I entirely fair and satisfactory to the Bcrea team The cold kept tho re corda down but the utmost good feel Ing prevailed lOne of the prettiest contests was I tho polo vault which was finally won by Shanklln over Tuihlll The eClu1aUnggo a question of endurance After the bar had been lowered and Well raised again Shonkltn finally won as his I strength lasted a llutlo bqucr A more perfectly matched contest was never lCnIThomsons performance In the quartet mile halt ot which ho ran while suffering ccutely deserves the highest I praise as does Bowmans game fight In the hundred and his work la later events In spite of his Illness Boston and Collins both earned laurels the latter sexing a state record in the shotput and the formqr far surpass ing the old record with the hammer tho ho did not make a firm Mayfield I and Gnrola both made close and gamo finishes and Edwards lost tho hur dies on a fluke Berea won five firsts five seconds and five thirds Stata eight nrstsIeight seconds and three thirds loyan won four tblrdsIBetas big crowd ot rooters was a great encouragement to the team and was a most pleasing ftaturo orI tho meet Nearly a hundred from i hero were present and they made themselves heard frequently On tho I night after the meet tho dining room of the Phoenix llael borein sonic ways a resemblance to tho Ladles Hall dining room But tho bout thing about this meet was Ifs promise Wo have a right to believe that some of the men from this year will Improve by next and while Thomson and Bowman wilt be gone there scorns no doubt that in 1911 Berca will be tho Stae champion We have already here men who can be counted on to take six firsts unless Sato makes some un expected fled in the way of an ath lete We have fine chances on five 5 A POOR MANS LUXURY It is a strange tbing that in this world where BO many things are unequal and where riches and brains and opportunities are dis tribuled with such a cureless hand that some men get much more andsome much less than their shoreIt is a strange thing that in the use of the one thing in which all are equal exactly those who have the least of the other blessings do the least for themselves For there is one blessing which conies alike to all and that can be had for the taking And strange as it may seem those who used it worst get the least from it That thing Is Time It must be admitted that no one Ilea any twentyfourtwentytourTime is the one thing on which all other blessings are founded To be sure a man with more brains can make more out of his time and a man with better health can do more in it but still take it band large the final reward of work depends on the time put in And surelyno one can do anything without some time It is the foundation the thing to build on the raw material Jrom which success and happiness and every other good must be made And fortunately we all have the same amount of it But lots of UR throw away a good deal of this valuable stuff Mark Twain once went down to a boot landing and saw there a big negro lying under the shade of a tree What are you doing here f asked Mark f Aworkln fob Mister Bill Jones Bali replied the man And what are you lying under this tree fort- el awaitin fob de whistle to blow sos I kin quit work was the answer Mark says he believes that fellow was the richest man he ever saw He knew a good many pretty rich men and men who had made a lot of money and stir in the world but he bad never before seen one who was rich enough to lie down to wait for the whistle to blow But there are a lot of people in the same class with that lazy workman Usually is the poorest man who has the most time to loaraud he is poor just because he dOt8110 much loafing He is not using the time the Lord gives him No wonder he is poor daytodaygan worth a hundred and fifty million dollars still feels that be has doingbusinessAmerican of today is also the hardest working Napoleon when he ruled half of the world was not able to get more than four hours sleep a day Those men cant afford to loaf It costs too much There is not a man that reads this whose time is not worth a dollar a day That time is his and be can turn it into money or into some product that is worth money just by using it So when be gore to the store and sits around all day or spends a daywait ing to get a half bushel turn ground he is spending a dollar When be knocks off work a couple of hours early it rests a dime And so on How about It friends Dont y u nee be money f Dont your family your wife and child uf Couldnt it be mighty well daysloanout the next time you sit down on a box and pull out your jack knife F contests If the boys work their wo ought to reverse this years result And tho time to begin Is now L0 every fellow wih any ability get out for Field Day Following are the new state records made Halt milo time 28 15 by Threkeld of States Formerly held by Throkeld time 212M- 11e time 4 54 35 by Collins of Siuite Former record held by Garvlu of State 455- Shotput distance 36 feet 6 Incites by Collins Borea Formerly held by linker of State at 35 few 9 Inches Running broad jump die ance 10 feet 12 Inch by Bowman D 0 Be rea Formerly held by McGeevcr Srae at 19 feet 6 Inches Hammer Throw distance 114 feet 11 12 Inches Baker Sa e Formerly held by linker at 105 feet In addition to the State records for shot put and broad jump won by Bcrea Saturday she now holds also the watt records for 100 yards by Lampe and high jump by Allen Tho results of each event were as follows100yard dashE A Thomson Be rca pleat J A Needy University of DeIrca 10 35 Halfmile run IVL Threlkeld University of Kentucky first S M May- field Bcroo second J F Norris Kentucky Wesleyan third Time 218 15 220yard dasho C Watklns Uni versity of Kentucky first E M How ard University of Kentucky second J O Henry Kentucky Wesleynu third Time 2C 15 Milo run31 Collins University of Kentucky fife Jose Garcia Beroa orIThomloon sty of Kentucky second H II Fog kott Kentucky Wesleyan third Tlmo 50 45 120yard hurdle R S Webb Uul vorsly of Kentucky first Bryan Shanklln Unlversltyof Kentucky sec and D A Edwards Bores third Time 1C- Pole vault Shanklln University of Kentucky was first with 9 tent 8 12 Inches T E Tuthlll Berca was second aitho same height and C L Hill of Berea third Shot putJ D Collins Berea was first with 36C feet H S Webb University of Kentucky second Cock rell Kentucky Wesleyan third Hammer throw A F Baker Unl Contlnurd on fifth Page 1 I EXCURSION TO LOUISVILLE In spite of a hoodoo which was on the job almost all day the annual ex curslon to Frankfort and Louisville last Friday was greatly enjoyed by every one unless Mr Gamble who had the responsibility be excepted Nearly throe hundred persons were on the tralu which pulled out of Be rea at almost exaotly five a m Af ter a pleasant run to Frankfort the first hoodoo showed up In the fall toIsaid that an office boy In the street car companies office had failed to send the proper order to the car barns Tho crowd cheerfully walked out to tho Capitol however and greatly enjoyed their stroll thru the great building Hoodoo No 2 was the failure of Governor Willson to ehakeIcrowd A visit to the penlfenilary was also made and about too thirty the train went on for Louisville which was reached af ter a delightful ride near one oclock I Hoodoo No 3 appeared In the form of a chilly wind which greoed the train at Louisville and stayed the rest of the day No 4 was the failure of the roaturant from which lunches had been ordered to have them on hand Mr Gamble hustled around and got some food together however and with the help of some tine bananas given by Mr Bolknap the stomachs were soon filled Tho boat made a pleasant trip through the locks tho whole company crowding to the rail to witness the novel sight About 330 landing was made at Rlvervlew Park and there street cars picked up the crowd and took thorn for a cityjThlswhere a splendid pipe organ recital given by the or ganist was greatly enjoyed byi all Tho trip homo was pleasant and with oux Incident and all agreed that they had had a mighty pleasant day The crowd was more quiet and better behaved than Is oten seen and was frequently remarked upon as being a great credit to Berca Mr Gamble deserves the grcaest credit and thanks from all for the way in which he handled the crowd and me emer gencies- I But that Friday the Thirteenth Hoodoo wan certainly a peach Regret Comes Too Later Regret will never be able to head oft Indiscretion I Iff f I BEREA BANK 4 AND TRUST COMPANY S Has Stood the Test of TitsIIIS- banking j I established t in 1901 During the nine years of its existence it has never closed its doors nor failed its depositors any way Referring you our splendid record of which we are proud solicit your banking business We offer you absolute safety ef ficient service and courteous treatment t the Bank For All The Peoplet i tjW H Porter President J F Dean Cashier I l WASHINGTON LETTER Standpattars Break Up Senate Com binatton and Put Oxer Amendments to Rail for Some Real Legislation Brighten BalHn ger Fuss Comes to a Boll Again Washington D C May 14 1910 The Senate has been the centep of the tight between the Standpatters and the Insurgents over the railroad bill this week Inch by Inch tho ground has been fought and the wonderful skill and strong hold of the StandpaltGrshaa kept them from open defeat Nevertheless the close of the struggle shows them driven back all along the line and they are now eagerly seeking a compromise which shall save their faces That Is all they have left to save The fight was chiefly around the long and short haul clause Certain Western cities have been discriminat ed against by the railroads and have to pay exhorbltant rates on freight For Instance It costs as much to send freight to Spokane as It does to send the same stuff clear to Seattle AND THEN BACK TO SPOKANE AGAIN There are many similar In stances So the Insurgents have a bill to prevent the railroads from charging more for a short haul than for a long one over the same tracks The Sandpatters were against this as It Is frequently to the advantage I of the railroads to make a dis enIjlng Aldrich thought be could win outISlLvcdIwhich gives all the Insurgents wants but not In the same words It has become plain that the Insur goats can boat the Standpatters The latter are alll sticking to their claim that they represent the President but the claim gets thinner and thin ner every day Just now a series of conferences are In progress to deter tboII wished and they are very much afraid It they stay with the bills the President and the Insurgents will bo a great deal happier than they- I when It Is all over However It Is probable that they will not dare to oppose Tafts programme open ly and so we will bo obliged to put thru the bills after the Insurgents have amended them The fate of the Railroad bill Is heIinchangoII Mr Taft to sign the bill And the Insurgents are going on making the I changes Moat of what they want worst is now certain and the Presi dents approval has made it very hard for men who promised to lo what he wants to vo e against the bills little as they like these same bills now that they have teeth in em But 1 will be remembered that have said all along that tho opposi tlon to the Presidents bills on tho part of Cannon Aldrich to Co would be secro that they would amend and block but that when forced out Continued on fifth purge l tr t l- V t j Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge fs to read a good newspaper THE institiitionjias in to we BillProspects wo I IN OUR OWN STATE I McCreiry Will Run for Governor Owbniboro Banker Convicted Balloonist Drop from Sky After Record TrlpL E Railroad Re ported SoldJas Jackson Morris Governors Secretary BANKER CONVICTED T Sf convioeddotwas sentenced to eighteen months in the penitentiary Anderson who had beenja respectablo business man and f had defended his course on the ground r of business necessity collapsed whenjthe sottienco was read It is ate for the poor people that the laws still have teeth in them for the dis honest bankers who risk the money entrusted to them in hopes of swell Ing their own fortunes Li E SOLDA report Is abroad i that the Lexington and Eastern Ran road has changed hands and the I report said that the L N had i bought it but the latter end of the story at least is denied authorita tively STUDENTS JOKE COSTLY Two students who for fun held up and robbed a negro In Lexington have been fined j10o and kicked out of college by their fellow students BURLEY CAMPAIGN OPENED Ii Pres LeBus and other Burley Society leaders opened the years campaign at Brooksvllle poollugJand made an attack on the ment for prosecuting night GoverntDROP FROM SKYTwo near the wreck of a big boloon were found Tuesday night by a farmer at Horse Cave Ky after a flight which I comes near betas the record In several ways They lad been higher ir than any other human beings 28QOOtfeet and had In Oio end fallen 300 feet yet both will live They I A Holland Forbes and James CIYates ot New York both famous j aeronauts and had left Quincy Ill Monday morning In an effort to saillto New York- McCREARY WILLING Sen Mc I Creary has decided that the people are calling for him and will make tho race for governor against lien JohnsonJACKSON MORRIS HONORED p j IMorrfen1 t was visible for the sake of what was uncertain have not got what they ex y pected and have lost what they had tsortreus mYesi i pretty deeply said Kayrllss Indeed remarked Wise I gave you H credit for more sense than you seem to have Hm The trouble was that my tailor gave me credit for more dollars than I seem to have said Kayrllss Catholic Standard and Times Dally Thought Every noble life leaves the fiber ot It Interwoven forever In the works the world Ruskin otII of tt y I r N1 5 J That Is the Passage CHAPTER I I I There la a ruby mine hidden In the heart of the mountains near a remote little city of central Asia unknown to European travelers and the secret ot the treasure belongs to the two chief families of the place and has been carefully guarded for many gen erations handed down through the men from father to son and often the children of these two families have married yet none of the women ever learned the way to the mine from their fathers or their brothers or their husbands none excepting one only and her name was Daraka which may perhaps mean Blessed but no blessing came to her when she was born She was much whiter and much more beautiful than the other girls of the little Tartar city her face was oval like an ostrich egg her skin was as the cream that rises on sheeps milk at evening and her eyes were like the Pools of Peace in the Valley of Dark Moons her waist also was a slender pillar of Ivory and round her ankle sho could make her thumb meet her second finger as for her feet they were small and quick and silent as young mice But she was not blessed When she was in her seventeenth year a traveler came to the little city who was not like her own people he was goodly to see and her eyes were troubled by the sight of him for the stranger was tall and very fair and his beard was like spun gold and he feared neither man nor evil spirit go tug about alone by day and night Furthermore ho was a great physi clan and possessed a small book about the size of a mans hand in which was contained all the knowl edge of the world By means of this book and three small buttons that tasted of mingled salt and sugar he cured Barakas father ot a mighty pain in the midriff which bad tor mented him a whole week lie brought with him also a written letter from a holy man to the chiefs of the town therefore they did not kill him though ho had a good Mauser revol ver with ammunition worth much money and other things useful to be Hovers Satan entered the heart of Baraka and she loved the traveler who dwelt in her fathers house for she was not blessed and she stood before him la ite way when be went out and when be returned she was sitting at the door watching and she took care to show her creamwhite arm and her slender ankle and even her beautiful face when neither her father nor her mother was near But ho saw little and cared less and wan as grave as her father end the other graybeards of the town When she perceived that he was not moved by the sight of her she watched him more closely for she said in her girls heart that the eyes that are blind to a beautiful woman see one of three things Gold or power or heaven but her sight was flied only tu him Then her throat was dry her heart fluttered in her maiden breast like a frightened bird and sometimes when she would have tried to speak who felt as if her tongue were broken and useless the fire ran lightly along ber delicate body her eyes saw nom fug clearly and a strange rushing sound filled her ears and then all at once a fine dew wet ber forehead an- dT cooled It and she trembled all over and was as pale as deathlike Sap pho when a certain godlike man was near Yet tho stranger saw nothing and his look was bright and cold as a winters morning in the mountains Almost every day he went out and climbed the foothills and when the sun was lowering he came back bring ing herbs and flowers which he dried carefully and spread between leaves of gray paper In a large book and he wrote spells beside them in an un known tongue so that no one dared to touch the book when bo went out lost the genii should wake and come out from between the pages to blind the curious and strike the gossips dumb and cast a leprosy on the thief At night he lay on the roof of the forehouse beside the gate of the court because it was cool there Baraka came to him before midnight when her mother was in a deep sleep she knelt at his side while he slept in the starlight and sbe laid her head beside his on the sack that was his pillow and for a little while she was happy being near him though he did not know she was there But presently she remembered that her mother might wake and call her and she spoke very softly close to his car fearing greatly lest he should start from his sleep and cry out The ruby mine is not far off she said I know the secret place Rublest Rubles Rubles You shall have as many as you can carry of the bloodred rubles He opened his eyes and even In the starlight they were bright and cold She stroked his hand softly and then pressed It a little Come with mo and you shall know the great secret she whispered You shall fill this sack that is under your head and then you shall take mo with you to Egypt and wo will live in a marble palace and have many slaves and be always together For you will always remember that it was Baraka who showed you where the rubles were and even when you are tired of her you will treat her kindly and feed her with fig paste and fat quails such as I hear they have in the south all winter and Frank rice and coffee that has been picked over bean by bean for the great men She said all this in a whisper stroking his hand and while she whis pered he smiled In his great golden beard that seemed as silvery in the starlight as her fathers That is womens talk he an swered Who has seen mines of rubles And If you know where they are why should you show them tome You are betrothed If you had knowledge of hidden treasures you would keep it for your husband This is some trick to destroy me May these hands wither to the wrists It a hair of your head be harmed through me she answered and as she knelt beside him the two little hands held his face towards her very tendarly and then one of them smoothed the thick hair back from his foreheadYou are betrothed he repeated and I am your fathers guest Shall I betray him r I care nothing neither for father nor mother nor brothers nor betrothed Barak nswered I will give you the riches of Solomon if rou will take me for I vlU have no other man vrHAmDNCR4WToDDCfE JLLUSTfiAWMJY saWELL Q JVOPYNtHT IPD7 BY IIIARIDH WA WVW n There are no rubles said the stranger Show them to me and I will believe The girl laughnd very low and took from her neck a bag of antelope skin no larger than her closed hand and gavo it to him with the thin thong by which it had hung When you have seen them in the sun you will want others sbo said I will take you to the place and when you have filled your sack with them you will love me enough to take me away It is not far to the place In two hours we can go and come Tomorrow night about this time I will wake you again It wUl not be safe to unbar the door so you must let mo down from this roofby a camel rope and then follow me When Baraka was gono the stranger sat up on his carpet and opened the small bag to feel the stones for he knew that he could hardly see them in the starlight but even the touch and the weight told him something and he guessed that the girl had not tried to deceive him childishly with bits of glass Though the bag bad been in her bosom and the weather was hot the stones were as cold as jade and moreover ho felt their shape and know at once that they might really be rough rublesTt or be was well versed in the knowledge of precious stones When tho day began to dawn he went down from the root to the com mon room of the forebouse where guests were quartered yet although there was no other stranger there ho would not take the bag from his neck to examine the stones lest some one should bo watching him from a place of hiding but afterwards when he was alone in the foothills and out of sight of the town searching as usual for new plants and herbs bo crept into a low cave at noon and sat down Just Inside the entrance so that he could see any one coming while still a long way off and there he emptied the contents of the little leathern wal let Into his hand and saw that Barn ka had not deceived him and as ho looked closely at the stones in the strong light at the entrance of the cave the red of the rubles wasr re fleeted In the blue of his bright eyes and made a little purple glare In them that would have frightened Baraka and ho smiled behind his great yellow beard He took from an inner pocket a folded sheet on which a map was traced in black and green ink much corrected and extended In pencil and he studied the map thoughtfully In the cave while the great heat of the day lasted but the lines that his eye followed did not lead towards Persia Palestine and Egypt whore Baraka wished to live with him in a marble palace and eat fat quails and fig pasteShe came to him again that night on the roof bringing with her a small bundle Ughtly rolled and well Ued up Ho wrapped his blanket round her body and brought It np under her arms sOthat the rope should not hurt her when her weight came upon Itand so be let her down over the edge of the roof to the ground and threw the ropo after her and ho let himself over holding by his hands so that when he was hanging at the full length of his long arms he had only a few feet to drop for he wished to take the rope with him Barakas house was at the bead of the town towards the foothills every ono was sleeping and there was no moon She followed the stony sheep track that struck Into the hills only a few hundred paces from tho last houses and tho stranger followed her closely He had his sack on his shoul der his book of plants and herbs was slung behind him by a strap and in his pockets ho had all the money ho carried for his travels and his letters to tho chiefs and a weapon but he had left all his other belongings judg ing them to be of no value compared with a camels bag full of rubles and only a hindrance since be would rave to travel far on foot before daylight by dangerous paths The girl trod lightly and walked fast and as the man followed in her footsteps he marked tho way turn by starsIplaces For some time Baraka led him through little valleys ho had often traversed and along hillsides familiar to him and at last she entered a nar row ravine which he bad onco fol lowed to Its head where he had found it ended abruptly Ina high wall of reck at the foot of which there was a clear pool that did not 01 erflow It was darker in the gorge but the rock were almost white so that it was quite possible to see the way by the faint light The man and the girl stood befure tho pool the still water reflectid the starsThis Is the place Daa aka said Do you see anything I see water and a wall of rock the man answered I have been hero alono by day I know this place There is nothing here and there is no way up the wall DHaka laughed softly The secret could not have been i kept by my fathers for 14 generations If it were so easy to find out she said Tho way is not easy but I know It- Lead replied tho traveler 1 will follow Xo returned girl I will go a little way down the gorgo and watch while you go In Tho man did not trust her How could he tell but that she had brought him to an ambush where bo was to bo murdered for tho sake of his money and his good weapon Tho rubles were real so far as he could tell but they might bo only a bait Ho shook his head Listen said Baraka At the other side of tho pool there is a place where the water from this spring flows away under the rock That Is tho passage I have seen the entrance an swered the traveler It Is so small that a dog could not swim through It It looks so But It is so deep that one can walk through it easily with ones head above water It is not more than 50 steps long That is how I found It for one day I wandered here alone in tho morning for shade when the air was liko fire and being alono I bathed in the clear pool to cool my self and I found the way and brought back the stone which I have hidden over since For If my father and brothers know that I have seen tho treasure they will surely kill mo be cause the women must never learn tho secret You see she laughed a little I am the first of us who has known it since many generations and I have already betrayed It to you They are quite right to kill us when we find It outThis is an Idle tale said the traveler Go into the pool before mo and I will believe and follow you under the rock I will not go and leave you hereYou are not very bravo though you aro so handsome I If they come and find me here they will kill me first You say it but I do not believe itI think there Is a deep holo In tho passage and that I shall slip Into It and be drowned for no man could swim in such a place I have but one life and I do not care to lose It in a waterrats trap You must go in and lead tho way if you wish me to trust youBaraka hesitated and looked at him How can I do this before you she asked- I will not go alone the man answered for ho suspected foul play Do as you will The girl took from her head the largo cotton cloth with which she veiled herself and folded It and laid it down on tho rock by the pool then sho let her outer tunic of thin white woolen fall to tho ground round her feet and stepped out of It and folded it also and laid it beside her veil and she stood up tall and straight as a young Egyptian goddess in tho star light clothed only In tho plain shirt without sleeves which the women of her country wear night and day and tho traveler saw her creamwhite arms near him in the soft gloom and beard her slip off her light shoes I will go before you she said and she stepped Into tho pool and walked slowly through the water Tho traveler followed her as he was for he was unwilling to leave behind him anything ho valued and what ho had was mostly in the pock ate of his coat and could not be much hurt by water Even his pressed herbs and flowers would dry again his cartridges were quite wa terproof his letters Wero in an Im pervious case and his money was in coin When he entered the pool he took his revolver from its placo and he held it above the water in front of him as he went on With his other hand he carried tho sack ho bad brought which was one of those that are made of Bokhara carpet and are meant to sling on a cameL Baraka was almost up to her neck In the water when she reached the other side of the pool a moment later she disappeared under the rock and the traveler bent his knees to shorten himself for there was only room for his head above the surface and he held up his revolver before his face to keep the weapon dry and also to feel his way lest bo should strike against any jutting projection of the stone and hurt himself He counted the steps ho took and made them as nearly as possible of equal length Ho felt that he was walking on perfectly smooth sand Into which his heavily shod feet sank a very little There was plenty of air for the gentle draught followed him from the en trance and chilled the back of his neck which had got wet yet It seemed hard to breathe sad Bb bo made his way forward his imagina tion pictured the death he must dlo if the rock should fall in behind him He was glad that tho faint odor of Ba rakas wet hair camo to his nostrils In tho thick darkness and It was very pleasant to hear her voice when she spoke at last It Is not far she said quietly I begin to see the starlight on the wa ter The passage did not widen or grow higher os it went on If it had been dry It wuuld have been a commodious I Baraka Was Almost Up to Her Neck I cave open at each end wide at tho bottom and narrowing to a sharp angle above But the pool was fed by a spring that never failed nor oven ebbed though It must sometimes have overflowed down tho ravine through which the two had reached the pool They came out from under tho rock at last and were in the refreshing outer air The still water widened al most to a circle a tiny lake at the bottom of a sort of crater of white steno that collected and concentrated tho dim light On two sides there were little crescent beaches of snowwhlto sand that gleamed like sliver The traveler looked about him and upward to see if there was any way of climbing up but as far as ho could make out in tho half darkness the steep rock was as smooth as It It had been cut with tools and It sloped away at a sharp anglo like the sides of a funnel Baraka went up towards the right and the bottom shelved so that presently the water was down to her waist and then sho stood still and pointed to a dark hollow Just above tho little beach Her wet garment clung to her and with her left hand she began to wring tho water from her hald behind her head Tho rubies are there she said thousands upon thousands of them Fill tho sack quickly but do not take moro than you can carry for they are very heavy Tho traveler waded out upon the beach and tho water from his clothes ran down in small rivulets and made little round holes in the white sand Ho put down his revolver In a dry placo and both his hands felt for tho precious stones In the shadowy hol low loosening small fragments of a- Bort of brittle crust in which they seemed to bo clustered S You cannot choose Baraka said for you cannot seo but I have been here by daylight and have seen The largest are on the left side ot the hol low near the top By the stars the traveler could seethe pieces a little as he broke them out for tho white rocks collected the light ho could see many dark crys tals but as to what they were ho had to trust tho girl Do not take more than you can carry sho repeated for you must not throw them away to lighten tho burdenYou can some of them answered the traTe1erIHe broke up tho crust of crystals with a small geologists hammer and tore them out like a madman and his hands were bleeding for though ho was a philosopher the thirst for wraith had como upon him when he felt tho riches of empires In his grasp and the time was short and although ht knew that he might some day com back with armed men to protect him and workmen to help him bo know also that to do this he must share the Sf crct utth tho overlord of that wild t untry and that his portion might be the loss of his bead So he tore at the ruby crust wlth all his might and as ho was very strong ho broko out great pieces at once We cannot carry pare than that both ot us together said Baraka though she judged more by tho sound of his work than by what she could ale He lifted the sack with both his m1 = bands and ho know by its weight that sho was right Under tho water It would be easy enough to carry but It would bo a heavy load for a man to shoulder Come Baraka said I will go back first Sho moved down Into the deeper water again till It waa up to her neck and feeling the way with her hands she went In onco moro under the rock The traveler followed her cautiously carrying the heavy sack under water with ono hand and hold- Ing up his revolver with the other to keep it dry I begin to see the starlight on the water Haraka said just as before when they had been going In When she had spoken she hcnrd a heavy splash not far oft and the wa ter In tho subterranean channel rose suddenly and ran post her In short waves three of which covered her mouth In quick succession and reached to her eyes and almost to the top of her head but sank again Instantly and they passed her com panlon in the same way wetting his weaponGo back Uaraka said when sbe could speak tho rock la falling The traveler turned as quickly as ho could and she came after him gaining on him because ho carried the heavy sack and could not movo as fast as she Ho felt his damp hair rising with fear for bo believed that after all she had brought him into a trap They reached the opening and cams out Into tho pool again You have brought me hero to die ho said Your father and your brothers havo shut up tho entrance with great stones and they will go up tho mountain and lot themselves down from above with ropes and uhoot mo like a wolf In a pitfall But you shall dlo first because you have betrayed me So he cocked his revolver and set the muzzle against her bead to kill her holding her by her slender throat with his other hand for they were in shallow water and bo had dropped the sack In tho pool Baraka did not struggle or cry out- I would rather die by your hand than bo rJlvo in another mans arms she said qulto quietly Ho let her go merely because she was so very bravo for ho did not love her at alL Sho know It but that made no difference to her since no other woman was near If they could get out alive with the rubles she was sure that ho would lovo her for tho sake broughthimat tho bottom of tho great rock wall probablydieand thou nothing would matter It was all very simple TO BE CONTINUED Hint for ii GroomElect If a groomelect has not provided an extra room to his house for storing his brides linen ho should build it In time tor in these days whenever a girl mar ries her mother closes her lips grim ly goes after pas pockotbook and docs the right thins with nine dozen towels 13 dozen napkins 84 pairs ofIsheets etc Shn doesnt expect her daughtdr to ervn a boarding house but she has proper pride and intend to do the rlgnt tnlng by the girl eves If It breaks pa Atcblnn Ulobt I 1 itROUND ABOUT THE STATE l MOST IMPORTANT NEWS d GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY 111 allvo vo KENTUCKYS NEW CAPITOL Senator Bradley Will Make Principal Speech at the Dedication Frankfort KyTho plans for tho s dedication of Kentuckys now capitol r and the committees who will have L charge of tho dcdicatloh exercises and I tho entertainment of the people have I1nnouncedlcapitol was built and thothAm there is not a member ot his ad ministration on tho program They wore placed on committees and will participate in tho exercises It is understood that somo of tho S members ot Oov Bcckhams adminis Jx tration were asked to tako part in tho program but they declined Tho prin cipal speech will bo mado by Senator Zc Bradley who will bo introduced by Oov Wlllson Ono of Urn most touching features cf the exercises will bo tho decoration 0 of the gravo of tho Into Dr Blaney to whom many ot the Frankfort cltl tens give much credit for tho retention of the capitol in this city Col E H I Taylor Jr Is emitted with having spent a fortune to keep tho capitol In Frankfort Representative L F John son introduced tho bills In the legis ylaluro providing for the appropriation money to build tho capitoL f COVINGTONIAN ELECTED a Jf Homer J Northcutt Elected Great Sachem of Kentucky Red Men Mlddlesboro KyThe Great Coun ofinextJitucky reservation are Homer J Northcutt of Covington r greet Sachem W A Crader of Louis ville great senior sagamore Robert U juniortboursvllle great prophet Frank L c Smith of Lexington great chief of records Herman V Cohn of Louis ville great keeper of wampum tiL The convention unanimously in dorsed W A Cruder of Louisville for great chief ot records of tho United StatesFully 700 braves from all parts of oho state wero In attendance BUSYhoiThree Aged Residents of Mayfield Die on Same Day erMayfield Ky Three aged residents of this city died very near the same time Benjamin Franklin Cloys aged w 84 years died of old ago and general debility Ho is survived by his wife and five children Another death was that of Dr W Hcndlcy a retired physician lie was 3 r7 years old and moved hero recently from this county Ho is tBunlved by a wife 4 Tho other death which like the others was very sudden was Mrs 3Pi Lucy Mason aged 03 years who sue combed to an attack of heart trouble Sho is survived by several children The death ot Mrs Hannah Kcstcr son occurred near Coldwator this county Sho was tho widow of Wm Kcstcrson and Is survived by only ona rchild John T Kestorson ot St Louis was 82 years old- SERIOUSLY INJURED Samuel Rail of Dath County Run Down by an Automobile k OwlngsviUo KySamuel Rail a prominent farmer of Bath county who atthisbuggy was run down by an automo t bile belonging to Mr William Ratllff Bharpaburg and seriously Injured otllr Rail was taken home by a passing Mr O M Bradley 11asimurder of County Patrolman C II Connor last May The plea was self defense Hand had been contlncrt In t jail ever slnco the night ot the killing twelve months ago and during part of this time was bereft of reason accord Ing to tho testimony In the case Wlnchcstor KyR Carnahnti of Louisville and J O Whito of Win chester associates from Louisville havo purchased 10000 acres of coal and timber land in Leslie and Marianj courses from Burt Bolib of Ford for 1150000 Hlckman Ky President Lattn and Vice President Rico of tho Chicago Memphis Cult railroad addressed a meeting of tho buslncsi men here and every cmo present was mndo n committee to uollclt donations and the 2right of way Lexington lyC1r1 Griffins of Knoxvlllo Tenn foil undir the wheels of a queen ft Crescent freitht train which ho was attempting to board at 1 ti oho crossing on tho Vonulllea pile 1 nnd sustained Injuries which proved lUil It r s f PANTED LIKE DOGS FORGES AND YATES SUFFERED FOR WANT OF OXYGEN It It Thought the Rubber Air Mattress In Bottom of Balloon Basket Prevented Broken Backs Glasgow KyDr the side ot a wrecked car attached to a Hugo dir Iglblo balloon which dropped from the skies near tho little town ot Center Metcalfo county 30 miles from here two men A Holland Forbes and J C Yates of Now York wore found un consciousThat flight of Forbea and Yatca was not without its compensations was Indicated by a statement mado ForbesTho broke tho ascent roc ord It Is declared and somo valuablo photographs of the comet were ee cured at an elovatlon ot 18000 feet The balloon reached tho extreme al titude ot 20600 foot which Is 2000 feet higher than any flight Discussing tho moro remoto circum stances which might liave had n bear ing on the accident Mr Forbes ox plashed In starting from Quincy wo were unable to carry moro than 33 fortypound bags ot sand which together with tho great height to which wo ascended shortened tho trip Wo should never have started tho flight with leas than CO bags of ballact On this trip I did not mind tho tow temperature so much as both of us were prepared for It Wo suffered for want ot oxygen though when wo wont higher than 18000 feet Tho pressure at that height Is not moro than thrco or four pounds and it seems that ono can not get enough air Wo panted like dogs and my oar drums and eyes pained mo greatly Yates suffered in tho same manner Some aeronauts take tanks ot oxygen with their supplies but we did not think vie would need It I can not describe the sensation ot that 300 foot drop to iho ground It came so suddenly that I have a faint recollection of seeing men below me In a plowed Held and of subconscious ly trying It Deemed to tilt up the basket that Mr Yatca and I might spring freo from tho rigging when close to tho ground Because tho bas ket did not tilt as It would have dona under ordinary circumstances was tho cause of our Injury I believe tho only thing that pro vented tho breaking ot our backs when tho basket fell bottom squarely down under tho weight of tho bag was the rubber air mattress which we had placed In tho bottom ot tho basket that we might bo comfortable when wo went to Ho down For a moment I was etunned by tho Impact Then I recovered and caw two or three men coming to our aid They extricated us and In Improvised litters wo were carried to this houseForbes Is naturally proud of his achievement regardless of the fact that it came so near costing him his life as well as that ot his companion Forbes and Yates have Improved since tho balloon accident Both are cheerful and will leave for home Mrs Forbes will Join her husband en route Yates has little to say ot the trip but becomes Interested when the comet Is mentioned He describes his view of tho comet as grand TWO YEARS IN PRISON Verdict Against Delbert Otborne At Calhoun Calhoun KrA jury In Circuit Court here in the case of Delbert Os borne charged with the murder of William Corum aged fifteen years fixed his punishment at two years in tho penitentiary Osborno is sixteen years old This was the second trial ot Osborno on the charge of killing Corum tho first resulting In a hung jury Comm was killed by being struck over the head with a baseball bat in tho hands ot Osborne The trouble between tho boys occurred at the Peter schoolhouse In this county Lexington Ky James B Hftggln at Elmendorf farm confirmed the re port that tho great Rancho del Paso stock farm of 44000 acres In Califor nia near Sacramento which was own ed jointly by Mr Haggln and tho To via heirs has been sold tOB Min neapolis syndicate headed by George W Butler Mr Haggln says tho deed for the formal transfer of tho properly Is being prepared Ho did not state tho price but It Is understood that the deal involves nearly 2000000 Marlon Ky Miss Lucy Kntd Wal lace of Sullivan died from having swallowed n cockleburr She was 13 years old and tho daughter of John Wallace ono of tho bestknown fann ers ot Union county Abut four months ago Miss Wallace bit a burr off hot glove and while attempting to blow It from her lips In drawing a long breath to do eo swallowed it and from that lime with all that the physicians could do she gradually succumbed to Js effects London lyThG story sent out from this city that Alma Kclluer the Louisville girl kidnaped last winter had been found at Gray Knot county with a gypsy fortune teller has been investigated and found to bo without foundation Frankfort liyT H Kcnnrys herd of Jersey cows and bulls was disposed of G3 head bringing a total ot IltO Aristocratic Fannie went to B II hull k Sons of Ontario Cinadi topping the sale at J500 Elchtynvc per cent of the herd went to largo Ohta inlrcs TRADE RATHER QUIET Unfavorable Weather and Indefinite Crop Outlook Tend to Retard Business Now York Bradstrceta says Trade Is quiet as a whole unfavorable weather the indefinite crop outlook and uncertainty as to prices of merchandise all tending to retard the distributive demand both at whole sale and retail Trade reports from tho west note a quiet to fair trade at retail while jobbing business has been largely con fined to fillIn orders and fall trado Is reported backward though perhaps equal to a year ago at this date Ex cepting tho low Mississippi valley southern trade reports are of fair to good trade for tho ecason of tho year and wholesale trado la disappointing Among tho industries ono of the best circumstanced lines Is building which shows a next to tho largest monthly expenditure for April second indeed only to May 1909 and allied lines all show good conditions In the Iron and steel trado furnace produc ion Is etlll being decreased and west era reports from tho finished lines are of lower quotations being offered Little new business has developed In pig iron although In certain direc Lions more Inquiries are noted Consumes generally delay Important purchases for forward delivery because of uncertainty regarding prices Various wage advances have Increased pro duoern costs and not unnaturally any further concessions are not readily granted Tho leading Interests havo still further curtailed blast furnace operations now having about thirty stacks idle and It Is estimated that stocks are decreasing at tho rate of approximately 25000 tons weekly Specifications on finished products are heavier with a considerable inquiry from tho railroads yet actual orders are not large- Collections reflect tho Influence of retarded spring trade in reports of only fair to slow payments Land speculation at the west has received a chock In the higher rates being ox scted for loans Bank clearings for tho week ended May 12 shows an aggregate of 3180 051000 as against 3763125000 last week and 3190397000 In the corro ponding week last year Corn exports for the week are 312 IGG bush against 205973 bush last week and 131241 bush in 1909 For the 45 weeks ending May 12 corn ex ports aro 25811070 bush against 28 673510 bush last year Advance Dry Goods Business Good Now YorkR O Dun Cos week ly review of trade says Quietness pervades the dry good market orders being of a hand to mouth character all along tho line but anticipation of deliveries on some lines of fall cottons is noted the advance business booked by jobbers be- Ing exceptionally good Cotton goods show fractional advance in slme lines for converting and printing but man ufacturers complain that orders are being booked below the current cost of production Export trado is light Woolens and worsted are quiet offer Ings of stack goods serving to accen tuate tio trend ot values downward Yarns show a little more movement ot- a sacrifice on cOts The fall carpet season opened satisfactorily following the successful auction distribution Fancy elks are being ordered better for tall but staples are quiet Immediate trading in boots and shoes Is quiet but tho business now placed shows a decided gain over soy oral months back and shipments con Unuo to Increase MOt kinds of solo leather are firm and there are more than tho usual number of British buy ers hero who are taking fairly largo quantities Tho market for hides shows even more dullness this week than last and sales of domestic packer and country hides are few and scat tered Prces are Irregular Foreign dry hides are firm and some small sales of common descriptions of Latin Americans were made at an advance of He TOBACCO MARKET Louisville Ky May lliTne market was steady and rejections were light Ono house sold 16 hhds of dark at 111 to 1605 quality fair and market good no rejections Another house sold 17 hhds of burley at 1860 to 1505 and 3 dark at 450 to 1050 quality common and market good no rejections Offerings Burley 1 dark 34 original Inspection 29 reviews 6 GRAIN MARKET I Cincinnati May 1 tFlourWinterpatents iria5no do family 4145 spring patent fSOaiSO do fancy 4SO 0515 Rye Northjvcstcrn blended 430a4 40 do city pure 4r5a475 city blended 460a4SO Wheat No 2 115aU8 No3 red ll05nl10 Corn No 2 whlto COixCflVjC No a white GSfcaC9c No2 yellow 64UaG5c No2 mixed G4Vix6Sc Far corn White 67 aG9c yellow G5aG7c mixed ClaGCc OatsNn white 45Ua4Cc No 3 white 44a45c No2 mixed 41a44Vc LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati May HCattleShIpporn SGfOa7GO butcher steers earJ7KVa725i good to choice G2ra7 heifers extra 7 rONl to oMIce It 3aG 90 cov extra GinaCTi DIIIII1 Hnlogra 3S5aGlO fat bulls 575 fir Cabcs Extra 875 fair to Rnd 723aSi0 Hopv Good n chotoe PCV era nod butoHrrs S90a975 inixxl packer J5fOin70 common to choice heavy fnt w 77fa9 rigs 110 IDS and let S73a96S ShccpExtra G 25 go d tochoice 5SaS15 Lambs Lxtra S good to choice 760a790 1 1 The MultitudesFed Sashay School Lana for May 29 19l9 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew UU21 U2 19 Memory v riei 19 20 GOLDEN TEXT Jesua said unto them I am the bread of lire John 6 3DTUIEThe feeding of the 6000 In the spring A D Si ot the 4000 a few week later In the summer PLACEThe tint miracle at the northern end of the Sea of Galilee the second further down on the east tide opposite Magdala Magadan Dalanutha Suggestion and Practical Thought The Sick Multitudes Matt 1413 14 152931 These two miracles though plainly separate yet have no many resemblances that they may best be considered together as It In parallel columns and we must comblno the accounts of all tho evangelists- On what occasion were oho five thou sand fed 7 Our Lord had just heard ot the tragic death of John tho Baptist and when ho heard of it he departed thence the place In which tho news reached him Is not named by ship into a desert place apart Ho was filled with sadness at this murder of his cousin and herald Moreover the event was an indication of the perils amid which he himself walked and he may have withdrawn to avoid them for his hour had not yet come Be sides Herod sought to see him Luke and we may be sure that Christ had no desire to see Herod Mark also tells us that tho disciples had just returned from their preaching tour through Gall lee and Jesus withdrew that they might rest and that ho might give them further Instruction in quiet as well as talk over their experiences with them All these motives coincided What miracles preceded the two eachIIn these cases those throng Ing faces were particularly eloquent for 10 many of them were suffering faces There were the lame blind dumb maimed and many others all cast down at Jesus feet What was the result of this healing What It should be whenever Christ blesses men The multitude won dered and they glorified tho God of Israel They were ready to listen with all their hearts to Christs teach ing and remained persistently the five thousand all day and the four thousand for three days The Hungry Multitudes Matt 14 15 1532 Our Lords compassion was moved by more than the sicknesses of the multitudes by what By their hunger In tho first instance tho crowd wero passover pilgrims In large part John G4 with no homes nearby to which to go In tho second case the multitude were in their own country but the villages were few In the De capolis Tho second miracle with BO many circumstances like the first has been considered by certain critics to be only the first miracle disguised by a differ ent tradition But there are pointed differences that rulo out tho idea The Challengo to Faith Matt 14 1618 1533 34 Who suggested feed lug the multitudes Jesus in each case John tells of an earlier conversation with Philip in which our Lord asked that disciple whose faith seemingly had special need of strengthening see John 148 9 Whence are wo to buy bread that these may eaU But John ever careful to guard his Master from misunderstanding adds that Jesus said this merely to test Philip since he himself know well what miracle was to comeWhat supplies were available for feed ing those nine thousand and more In tho first case only a lads simple lunch eon consisting of fivo loaves or rather round flat cakes like large crackers or coarse barley bread together with two of the little dried or pickled fishes caught by millions In the lake and eaten along with the bread In tho second case seven loaves could be mustered and a few of these little fishes Tho Hungry FedMatt 141921 153539 How did the Saviour arrange tho multitude In an orderly way on the grass in garden plots What was tho first step In tho mir ado lu each case Christ naked a blessing in accordance with his custom thus Instructing us not to touch a meal until we had given thanks to him who glveth us this foodChryt ostom What was the second step in the miracle Christ broke oft pieces of tho bread and gave them to the disci pies for them to give to the multitude This was the least ostentatious way of performing tho wonder What was the third step Ic tho rain ado The separate giving ot tho fishes see Mark Some would give the poor only tho barest necessities bread only our Lord adds fish Spurgcon What was the last step in tho mira c1e1 Preserving for future use at Christs command John G12 the fragments of tho feast Gather up the tregiuents ot opportu ally as Uncle John Vassar did One day waiting tor a friend in a Boston hotel be determined not to wusto the time and went right up to a fashion ably dressed lady beginning In spite of her haughty repulses to speak with hi tout Christ and the new birth He road the Bible to her and offered prair Later with tears In her eyea the told her husband about It He asked Why didnt you tell him It was nine of his business 1 Sho rep ed Dear If you had been l heard him you would have ther1D was his business 1 r 1ev t jj or 0 ti U 1 I 1885 Berea College 1909 1 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS J Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all- Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject J So many classes that each student can bo placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress 111 Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general a vantages as for more advanced students Artthmetlo and the common brandies taught in tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Freo text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade traction and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for on honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young maa may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Sclenco ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even s part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with LaUD Oman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltl4iuse of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tho highest educaUonal standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for too profession ot teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necelr sary for State certificate f ij MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice culture Piano Theory fBand may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees r f Expenses Regulations Opening Days it heron College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho i ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School oxpendIon an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic poop1Iwho are supporting heron In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulncssIOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the 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 charge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to 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 Secretarybeforeone dollar a weele- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary t with different people bores favors plain clothing Our climate is tho beetrbut as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera l tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fino buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights washyIng of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee foe 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 onexpenses 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 moav students to 9500 a term 6 la courses with Latin and 700 la CollcglM cosnn f I 19 IJ jfctfgP- AYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent b the term board by the half term Installments are as followsaFALL 14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle el N term 945 V s WINTER12 weeks 2900rln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit mlUa otvterm 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ojIterm 675 J SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers cxamb I nations 1645- REFUNDING I Students who leave by permission before the end of lrlUIterm receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for tion of n weok On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa t stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will rotundxonly onehalf of tho amount which tho student has paid for the remaining Weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before tho middle of a term will re solve a certificate for onehalt the incidental too paid which certificate be received as cash by Berea College on payment ot term bills by the dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms wUIThe first day of Fall term is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 v The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 7 ill For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE y i I 11IThat Premium Knife r 1bladeSThe Knife and The Citizen for 125 That cringe in subscriptions all the time if jou have not got itVjoB Iought to have J t J t i T Oi u4Pi oAk 1 RednossSoe bends with your foot 4 this look like a comfort I IDoes I Yet hundreds of women say 1 never knew such comfort Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 5 COYLESYou pay lessor get more MAIN ST BEREA KY p- o oooonooooooeo 00000000008r ii- I 0 Berea and Vicinity it e- fe 0 IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCRS toooooSooSoonoSoooonoooon enanoe8 DR BEST DENTIST0 t1CITY PIIONK U3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident- Insurance a Phone 505 Richmond Ky L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kiloxville 630 a m 1100 p m UHIIEA 129 pm 3B7 L m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 L m South Bound LocalI Cincinnati 640 a in 820 p m BEREA 1159 an 1229 p m Knuxvllle 700 p m 550 L m Express Trains Stop to let oft and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or iron Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 816 L m BUREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 466 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R R at Clnclnratl so that Berea pas rengera for Chicago may go thru without changing Plants For Sale t Tomato Cabbage and Sweet Potato o Plants for sale at the College Garden or phone J R MULLETT 4Mrs E A Bender and Mrs Z O Logan were In Richmond Friday t Henry BIngham Is sopping over in Berea for a short time Mrs McQulnn was the guest of Mr and Mm Tarlton Combs a part of last week The Disciples church sent as delegates to the Chrisjan Endeavor convention at Louisville last week Misses Dora Ely and Bottle Hardln and MrS Everett VanWinkle Misses Sarah Cocks and Margaret Shumaker gave the eight young ladles of the Senior class a delightful re copion In Ladles Hall lint Tuesday afternoon Dainty nad delicious re freshments were served prof Ralne ropersentlng the College and Mr Ed Porter representing the Baptist Church are In Washing ton to attend the World Sunday School ConventionIProf Rumold returned Jast week from a business trip to Kansas Mr W A Todd Is attending the Southern Bap 1st Convention at Bald morePLAIN SEWING and dressmaking south side of Center Street patron age solicited satisfaction guaranteed Mrs W F Norris The date for the trial of Grover C Fish has been set for May 26 The very prettiest in lawn for dresses lOcts per yard Mercerized white Jacquards 10 to 25 cts per yard It will pay you to call and see them at Th p Tavern Barber Shop j ENTIRELY NEW Jill CLEAN ANDII Bath Rooms in Connection I Down Stairs Boone TavernI t SCR SEALS Prop j I have 20 sets of tomb stones that I wish to soil by Decoration day This will be my last work as I shall en ter a Bible School at Lexington I S McGuIrc Mr and Mrs Will Moore are being congratulated on tho arrival of a fine boy j The L N Is being forced by the hoary traffic along the line to increase is facilities The office at I Snider has been made a threetrick train order office and the one atI Wildle has been Increased from a done trick to a threecrick office This makes both train order offices nil nightMrs J W flame Is being visited by her mother Mrs Dorothy Dubs and her aunt Mrs Hochwalt of Dayton Ohio x j Mrs Frank Coylo was called to Rlch mo nil sudonly Tuesday by the seri ous illncs of her mother i I Harry Morgan is improving from a recent serious surgical opuration a his homo at Whles Station j Some one has stolen a big stone basin from between two graves on ray lot In the Borea cemetery J wish they would kindly bring or send it back I Irs Sallle Cornellson I There will be preaching at the Congregational church each Sabbath I morning at the usual hour hereafter t Mr Grathwehl will speak next Srbbath morning IMrs H E Taylor and Mrs J W Dinsmore are expected back Wednes day night from their trip to Cln cinnati to aitend1 the Biennlal Convention of Womens Clubs The annual rally day of the Anti Saloon League will be next Sunday In Berea The League will be represent ed here by the Rev Louis S Fuller of Lexington who Is Superintendent of the District He will preach In the i morning at the Union Church and in the evening at the Disciples church The body of the Rev Geo Ames ton many yearn an honored resident of Berea was brought here Sunday for burial from his home In Springfield Mo j Gibson Bros came over from Richmond Wednesday and successfully performed a partial operation for 1Ipendlctls on George Bowman Conditions j were such as to prevent the completion of the operation but ItI will probably be finished la a week or so i CARD OF THANKS IWe wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness during theIsickness and death of Mrs E Owen and J B Chestnut MRS EARLYS y YOUWouldnt BELIEVE IT furnitureIwith REFLECTO Furniture Polish then look at it You can hardly believe it is the same article REFLECTO Furniture Polish is a good polish with a waY ofkeep ing the the furniturebright for a long time Not a varnish not a stain but a natur al wood polish Price 25c Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Knowledge Not Enough Knowledge Is an excellent drug but no drug has virtue enough to preserve Itself from corruption and decay It the vessel be tainted and Impure wherein It Is put to keep Such a one may have a sight clear and good enough who looks asquint and consequently sees what is good but does not follow It and sees knowledge but makes no use of It Montaigne In Strange Paths Say papa said the Inquisitive kid what Is a pathologist A pathologist my sonT Why hes a man who lays out paths in the parks and elsewhere my boy Now run along and dont bother papa any mnrt hes very busy LIBERAL REWARD- Strayed or stolen on Wednesday night April 13 from my place West Union one yearling sorrel horse colt with white streak in forehead and two while feet any one giving in formation leading to the recovery of same will receive liberal reward Mrs L C Duncan Berea Ky I I MAIN STREET II f c uoOlooooaoeoo e o i College Items 0- o o a HERE ANT THFPF o 0 AiOoooeeoeflMeUpIrof day from a ten days visit to Iorko College Iowa where he went to investigate educational methods Regent G N Ellis was in Chicago Over Sunday on business Mr Gamble wont to Loulsvllla Monday to make the final settlement for he expenses of the excursion Friends of Cam J Lewis will be interested to learn that ho has best married to Miss Noland of Harlan had will Join The Citizen in wlshlni hob the brat of luck I E M Gentry Berea 05 now a teacher In Paris Ky was a visitor with friends here the later part of last week I Dr R n Cowley line written friends hero that his address will Iron now on be tho American Express Co Berlin Germany Tho company will forward mall to him Ernest Archer a well known stu dent and captain of the Varsity too ball teani for next year was taken seriously 111 late Tuesday night and his life is in tho balance as wo go to press Ills ninny friends and In tact tho entire school join in solicitude Word comee from Barbourvlllo of the death there of Mrs Johnson Mrs j J P Faulkners mother Miss Myrtle Jones who has been in school here the lariat year went Monday to her tome at lontgomOlI Ala on account of her 111 Miss Francos Vcomans of Klsko University woo a visitor at the home of Regent G X Ellis over Sunday mostIon eleven members of the class were present besides Mrs Ellis Miss Vco I mans and Mr Taylor Toasts were given on appropriate subjects by members of the class as follows I A Prophesy Miss llenrlcta Brcoher Our Alma Mater Horace Caldwell i Scrubs A Todd and others lIssI I Viola Click was toast master Tho i menu Included fruit cocktail chicken patties Saratoga chips peas jelly olives apple and nut salad garnish I I ed with radishes ice cream coffee and mints Table and dining room were decorated with the class colors garnet and cream I Ime ICEMOE IAll persons who want Ice In the I hot weather now at hand Should phone to G D Holliday and Co Ice retrlgemtorflu be left at the gate O D HollidayI Phone 169 FOR SALE A illroom house with lot on Rail puIseasons a gaaollno engine and good organ which plays ten different tunes has taken in as high as 200 a day Can be hauled over any road In two loads with a two horse wagon My reason fur gelllne Is that I want to buy a larger ono Would trade for a good team of horses or mules II K Richardson Berea Kyi IHamllt 0 Letter Hamilton 0111lol1Ie Itev s B lllUy pastor of the Front Bap thc church and Ida wife attended The Grat Northern Baptist Convwj don which WM held at Chicano dur- Ing the pMt weakMr and Mrs Ku i irene Trinlott have moved from Clove land Ave to D Street and Gordon i Ave Harmony Lodge No 14 I 0 O F will colobrao Its iilxtyelghth anni versary Tuesday night Tho sprakera fro the Rev C J Frederick Son ator I E Huffman and W IL Tod onIat i j Woodsdalo Island Park an order that onIGrand Lodge mooting for 1911 for Hamilton It meets a Alliance Ohio thin year A largo delegation will go from hero David Freeman of Cin innate was killed at Woodsdalo Is land Park last Sunday evening at a picnic held there One man tins been held In bond to appear before the grand juryAt Zanosvllle Ohio It Is reported that two high school girls i I RHODUS HAYESThe GO TO WJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP MILLER Proprietor iJAKE Do you want to get satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come to me I guarantee my work Prices are low and Workmanship Guaranteed 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 Over Bank have leprosy contracted by wearing erats and false hair Tho dlwasu Is aid to be in Its tint stage Tho Champion coated Paler Co halt Issued a statement at its financial con i dition or the twelve months ending I April 30 1910 showing the I of cash dividends for 16 years amount to 2jS9 12 tar cent on the original In vestment The company started with a cash InvoHtmunt of f50000 and pafcna valued at the time at 50000 It now has common sock aggregating u 500000 and preferred tock worth 000000 Tho aw U represent I8SG 000 according to tho atiitoiuwit Afor liabilities are deducted a nut surplus and undivided profit of flVOSOOO la shown Potcr G Thom n Is presi dew of the company and J 0 Schmldlapp and W C Prfootor are stockholdersA Real OldTlmer Chief Spencer used 110 years a Kllckltat recently died on thtlrs er vatlon at Fort Slmcoo In 1813 ho taw whites come to the count across c jniry in settlers In 1816 he was a Bllie and scout for Col Wright anti MnJ flames He had always boon faithful to tho whites In spite of the fact that volunteers In 18SO killed every member of hIs fatally whldh was going down to the Columbia river near the cascades In canoes Children of Chief Sponcori second family are Wllber and Lancaster Spencer of Top ponlib prominent business men of that town Seattle PostIntelllgenccr Eating In German roads and streets consist of residences and restaurants In altera lion There la a restaurant every where In Germany except In the tomb of Emperor Frcldorlch In Charlotten burg The rule In Germany Is to eat something every time you sit down and to sit down every time you stop walking The country Is so arranged that whenever you alt down you do so in a restaurant In following this rulo you may suffer some slight Inconven hence for a few days but It will soon pass away or you will The Skeleton at a Feast Plutarch says that In Egyptian banquets towards the close the servant brought In a skeleton and cried aloud to the guests Iook at thlst Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow yon die Herodotus says the skeleton was a wooden one about 18 Inches in length J C C FrontLaceLong I At 250 the Pair A Just one thing has prevented great popularity for the open front lace ir that is the price We have overcome that obstacle and offer at 250 a frontlacert that is a beauty lt- It laces entirely up the front and from the waist line at the back thus offering unexcelled opportunities for a perfect fit This is a very long corset but its length is graduated at bottom to give i greatest suppleness 14 a Built of good coutil finished with Swiss embroidery and complete with two pairs of superior hose supporters r Come and see themtM CQuality Store pcrcoutaso Germanyr corset downwards j r BEREA KY 0 Jo it- OJf A Good Example ofMcAlesterwomen I suffered with my head and back for over six years anytllinisure y me me up I am so thankful that I have found something that will do haveinIt is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick I Take CARDUI I The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts Into your head fresh courage Into your mind pJgesffor it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Wrltt lo Udltt Adylsorr Dept ChitUaoow MtdicUe Co ChitUnaocn Ttnm totSptclalliutnuttont and MPue book Hom Truuncot lot Women seat free a NEWS OF HE WEEK e Continued tam Pint rlt getting up ono between Ecudor mid Poru over their boundary Niter nation can afford to fight but there i t Is halo likelihood that shooting cnu I be avoided IMIOSVNED illS FIUBNOS The boat rocking Idiot has begun his record t early this year Six girls and i two boys were drowned because ono I vt tbo lays Insisted on boat on a mill pond near WllkOJlJarre1 Ia where ho was out boating with I a dozen friondM- U003BVKLT HON01H3D Hooso volts trip thru Europe con JnUe9 with a muntonouB round of honors showered on tho oxpresident Ho has been glvOn a degree by the University of HirJIn the Umperor a i ending him solf to hoar his Icoiure Teddy is now In Knglnnd to attend the Kings fUlIlTOlTHMTKKN DROWNEDTliru an error by a pllo of a Mississippi river i boat lad Thursday lilr con persons wore drowned near St Louis FACTORY mows UI Fitter bystanders wore killed by rutsilss from the explMlon last week when a iwwilw factory In Ontario blow up A pars had started and Use crowd had surrounded the building o watch i Many inorfl wore aorloUtly Injuitxl- tti CONVICTS BURNED A tire 1r H oonrlet damp in Alabama on Monday resulted In tho burning tom a h of 10 convicts mostly nog roe aid tee serious Injury of othore come r whom hoe Hlnce died FINE TRACK MEET iCwitlmwJ from lInt Iag- ctTsi y of Kentucky drat 114 foot l1Jh iurbos II H Saxon Itortu second 113 tact 112 Inches It S Webb Uni versity of Kentucky third Running high Jump C IS Hill Ue roa first 5 fen Bryan Bhnnklln tnivursl y of Kentucky second T C May University of Kentucky third Running broad JumpU O Bow inan Boron first 20 feet G Inclioa I Uryau Shanklln University of Ken tucky second J IJ Collins heron third i Mile relay race won by the Unl i vcrs It ot Ken ucUy twin composed of J A Needy n C Watkins U C I Howard and 0 L Day Time 317 IJcrea Was the only contestant i i Discus R S Webb University of i if Kentucky first 100 toot 9 Inches A F Baker University ot Kentucky e second D A Edwards llerca third Made by Saved by OralS Helmet Urals helmet worn by English fire Ashlers occasionally prove useful AtIa recent Ire 14 tons of glass fell ono mans head and completely htm and when he had been burledI down to his shoulders auntie of glass came down and burled him I ugoln He was In a hospital for four months and glaze was coming out of different parts of his body for six months afterward but he is still one of the best men of his company The Public and IU Papers We are sure that It Is a delusion to suppose that the public likes a slavish paperI e a paper always terrified that It may offend Its readers If it speaks Its real mind They prefer one which Is independent though no doubt they do not like to see their pet theories handled too roughly Yet even here they will stand a great deal of opposition to tLelr own vluWu If they know that the newspaper Is act- Ing sincerely Ixmdon Spectator Rules for Right Conduct duIbenefit yourself and your fellows la the foundation of character strong aid solid to resist the temptations trill trials the world will put In your way In your onward march through lIfo Nail your colors to tho mast of Integrity and defend them with the ammunition of right thinking and well lolng Pig Errantry Tho report of the cattle market ommlttoo presented at Colchester town council tho other day contained in Item as to a pig starving followed by Resolved That tho town clerk ominuulcato with the offender warn ing him against committing any of ammo In future It was touching to hear that penitent animal giving lib word of honor of the tort should occur again London Globe Usually A judge of human nature usually makes a mistake In his estimate of himself Smart Set Great Artist IAartist can paint a great picture on a small canvas Charles Dudley Warner Peculiarity Happiness has n peculiar way of omlng and going without warning Chicago News One of Lifes Sad Facts Pay days come and pay days go but ills co on forevnr A SOON EMPTY FLOUR SACK will be your experience if you em ploy the CREAM OF WHEAT brand in your baking Your family will eat so much more bread that it will seem as if you could not bake enough to satisfy them Better pay for good flour than nasty medicine though Order your grocer to send you a sack of Cream of Wheat flour today and you will have less dyspepsia medicine to buy hereafter BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Ky ANDREW ISAACS Prop Cleaning and Pressing Lardies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER Back of Fish Bldg Berea Ky sasw 1 d J rtKL I I A Romance I of ProgressI By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE ISAAC NEWTONThe Man Who I Turned Accidents to Account I widII despair at the stupidity of her only son Isaac To the horror of all the neighbors the lad could not grasp the first principles of farming He neglected his work In the fields failed to show any Interest In crops and was forever sneaking off Into corners to read some book on science or me I cbanlcs He had picked up a taste for such matters at the Grnnthnra I Grammar school and they weaned him away from all concern about his I mothers thriving farm He took to devising mechanical toys In off hours I and even constructed a couple of nun I dialsIsaac actually wanted to be a scholar A scholar to the simple1 farm folk meant a man In a tattered rusty gown who was glad enough to eat the crust of charity and who IIccomI plished no good In Ilfs Yet j a miserable career Isaac betted leave to throw away an assured future as- a I prosperous farmer And at last wora down by his pleadings the mother consented At It In 1660 Newton went to Cambridge university There ha promptly went mathematlcmad He discovered the binomial theorem and worked out the processes since employed as Differential and Integ ral Calculus Before he reached the age of 27 he was professor of mathematics at Trinity college Then the plague swept England a scourging epidemic that wasted whole communities paralyzed trade and progress and killed men women and children like files Tie dead were carried out of the cities each day by the hundred cartloads Knowledge of ofitlon of Qravlta limited and tlonoutbreakcould noti be checked The colleges closed their doors Newton deprived for the time of occupation returned to tho Woolstrop tarn There In enforced idleness he pent many weeks One day as he sat Under a tree in his mothers orchard an apple fell to the ground grazing his head as It passed Now ton started up from the doze Into which he had drifted The fall of the apple set him to thinking Why had It fallen When It had become detached from the limb why did It drop downward Why djd it not hang in air or fall In some diner direction What mysterious force drew all de tached bodies to the earth as a mag net draws particles of steel tumblethe days of Adam apples had earthward Yet no one except New ton had troubled to consider the rea son The Idle scholar set to work on the problem offered by this accident And the result of thlrstudy was the discovery of the great tact known as The Attraction of Gravitation Next he sought to connect this new discov ered attraction with the force which holds planets to their orbits and pre vents them from whizzing off into space Galileo years before had proven that a falling body drops 1C feet the first second and with arith metically Increased force for every subsequent second Using this knowledge Newton began to calculato the force necessary to hold the moon to Its orbit around the earth This In spite of many dreary disappointments he succeeded after 16 years struggle In doingHe startled the world and made for himself new foes by discov ering that rays of white light were not single In color but were made up of countless rays of many colored light From this followed a fresh working out of the theory of the rain bow and a masterly treatise on op ticsThen came the heaviest misfortune of Newtons life For 20 years he had been at work on a scientific dis covery and had at last worked It to a completion All the papers represent ing that 20 years of labor lay one evening on his petYearsleaped upon the table and while frisking there upset one of the candles Before Newton could run to the res Cue the precious papers were a charred undecipherable mass of ashes Instead of flying Into a rage of bemoaning the loss he lifted the mischlet making cur gently to the ground saying only Oh Diamond you little know what mischief you have done Then he set calmly to work on the 20year task again But the shock proved too much for his overstrained nerves He broke down mentally and physically To make matters worse he was practically penniless Uut with tardy generosity the government came to his relief He was appointed warden of the royal mint and so well did he discharge his duties that In 1696 he was promoted to the office of mint master Queen Anne In 1705 made him a knight Thus England was spared the eternal disgrace of allowing her greatest scientist to starve In 1727 at the age of 16 Newton died At his deathbed some fellow scientists spoke in high praise of the dying mans profound wisdom Wisdom echoed Newton II feel like a child who wandering along the shores of the boundless seas of learning has merely picked up a few tiny shells Coprrlchted L t 1 l Cold Storage Eggs Some of those eggs now going Into cold storage may never como out again but will remain like the reserve In the flank of England goldII part of the capital stock of the storage concern In some future logical era as they are dug up the experimenters of the day can have great I fun seeing whether or not they will hatch out Chicago News Instated on Wedding Veil This from Servlo Tho parish priest of Nish refused to perform the wedding ceremony for Peter Oolubi vitch and Mara Hetnar In Belgrade cathedral because the brldo wore a hat Instead of the traditional veil The shops being closed It was Impossible to procure a veil and a substitute was finally Improvised from a lace cur tain To Our Poor Relations There Is no way a woman can be so sweet to poor relations In the country is to send them a package of old clothes by freight with a postal card telling of the thing so that everybody In the village will have the news ot the expected secondhand clothes be fore the postal card gets out of the postomceNew York Times Patients Grave Mistake So youre feeling perfectly well again and never touched the medicine I cave you ehT You made a grave mistake Mrs Tibbs a grave mistake How so doctor Why It youc taken my medicine youd have known what cured you and as It Is you havent the least IdeaLlte Wants a Ham Sandwich Mine Really we cannot fully express our pleasure at the discovery of a new diamond field In South Africa Now If a ham sandwich mine near enough Injcouldbe completeMacon News Fate of the First Reformer The first reformer In any movement has to meet with such a hard opposl tlon and gets so battered and bespat tered that afterward when people find they have to accept his reform they will accept It more easily from another manLincolnEnthusiasm Nothing Is so contagious as enthu slasm It Is the real allegory of the tale of Orpheus It moves stones It charms brutes Enthusiasm Is the genius of sincerity and truth accom pushes no victories without ttBul wer Lytton Something Worth Remembering Theres no reason for a man to got swelled up because hes so fastidious that he puts on a swallowtail and openfaced vest promptly at 6 oclock every night Every walter does that Fort Worth Kecord Algeria Taking to Condensed Milk Algeria In common with many other of tho backward countries of the east Is taking with avidity to one product of western civilization condeusei milk The Swiss exporters get nearly all tho trade On Husbands There Is always the consolation at the bottom of the cup ot spinsterhood Better no husband than a bad one And the bad ones are overplenty Frances In London T Is Weekly The Secret of Happiness The secret of marital happiness is not always in letting a woman have tier own way but In letting her have It without letting her now that you know that shes getting It Theres a Reason for It When an actress gets old enough to be willing to publish all her love letters It may bo taken for granted that the last of her copy was In several years ago Promotion for Promoter Aftet a promoter gets his hand In he becomes a financier WASHINGTON Continued from Pint Page Into the open they would have to vote for the bills That Is what has happened and the Insurgents have fixed the bills before they came to- a vote so that they will do some good Things really begin to look more hopeful It is announced again that the Postal Savings bill is going thru at last Some sort of a compromise has been reached and the Sandpaiters are again forced to accept a bill which they do not dare oppose openly There Is even hope for the Conservation bills for the recent developments in the BaJllnger fuss have stirred people up a little again The Insurgents have been having great pleasure this week In watching some Insurglng on the part of the rea Idtime reactionist or Standpatters Pres Tatt has demanded a fund of 250000 to provide for a Tariff Com mission to find out the actual facts about the cost of productions pt different articles at homo and abroad- so that the thrift can really be ad- Justed to meet that difference aa the Republican platform demands Messrs Payne Fordney Dalzell and oJiers are against thisIt would show how much too high their pet tariff bill Is Pres Taft dont care what be s1lowllhe thinks the present tariff ro t 4 t INTENSIVE FARMING ITimely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers II Conducted By F O CLARK Free Bulletins III am quite aware of the foot that readers of The Citizen ore not interested in the Improved methods of agriculture There are three classes of farmers Ic Kentucky FirstThose that know that they know all there Is to he I known about farming SecondThose that think they know all there IP to be known Third Those that know they dont know it all but are trying to learn 1 am glad to say that the number in the latter class Is Increasing and 1 ask only these to read the The most reliable source tollowlngI ation on any farm Farmers Bulletins publlshod by the U S Department of Agriculture A large number of these are free to any farmer who win take the time to wrle for them Out of tho many I have selected those thab are especially useful for this section The following may bo secured by writing to the United States Department of Agriculture Division of Pub lications Washington D C Have your name put on the free mailing list and you will receive a circular containing names of all lat er publications Tho following are especially I useful tothe teachers bill the best ho can get NOW but he seems to Intend to have a beer one pretty scan Anyway he wants the tnoney and his desire has made It necessary for all regulars to vote for that bill The High Tariff men mentioned above wont vote for 1 so that we have the Interesting spect acle of the Stand pattingest men In Congress going off on a little Insurg ment all by themselves It is not probable that they can defeat the appropriation so that the rest ot the world has been laughing and wonder Ing whether they really meant nil the things they have been saying about the horrible crime of voting independently It seems a little as it hat argument was only intended to bo used on tho other fellow The final joy which has filled the cup of happiness of the Insurgents to overflowing has been a denial tarn ExPres Toddy that he ever tald he was against the Insurgeu- srtQrl wtml remember that two or three weeks ago a story was printed saying that Roosevelt had written Tatt and o hers saying that he was for Taft strong aud also against anything which had a tendency to disrupt tho party Of courso this was a knock at the Insurgents One Insurgent t leader very promptly admltte that It true the atitude of Roose Telt was the hardest blow the Insur gonts had over received And he was right but it wasnt true This leads mo to say a few words nbout newspaper liars They have been much la evidence lately For Instance when Taft was In Cincinnati many newspapers printed reports that he would give the Insurgents Hall Columbia or worse for amending the railroad bill When he got to Wash whileIandly satisfied with the amendments So it was reposed he would veto the bill It the long and short haul clause went In Now he has announced that he Is still satisfied Same with this I story about Roosevelt The explanation is very simple Many newspapers are owned and con trolled by Interests which are being II hit at by the Insurgents If the election Is allowed to come on with the country still standing by the Insurgents It will mean the practi cal elimination ot these Interests from power In American politics ItI is to their benefit to discredit the ItIthe Insurgents are against Taft or Roosevelt or both it will hurt theI Insurgents So when you see a pnI per with that kind of piffle In it Just wink the other eye Here are the tac18Iis not against any one cer aln bills put thru and ho wants them as strong as he can get them Ho was willing to take weak ones If he couldnt do any beJter from the Standpatters but it the Insurgents will brace the bills and help put them thru he will like It better than ever He is not has not been and will not be sore any improvement to any law oCrII Mr Roosevelt Is not talking there is any one that knows will do that man has sense enough not to talk If he did Roosevelt would get even some how When Roosevelt gets ready to tell what he thinks ho will tell It in such a way that no one will have any doubt about It Till he does one mans guess Is as good aa anthers Mine has al ready been printed In The Citizen Aside from Congress Mr lial fUnilsh1Ing c f ti 1 t cro i Farmers Bulletin Nos 134 183 G4 111 95 321 167 229 119 199 195 11164 173 287 293 99 28 203 245 113 181 156 161 255 SO 219 22 42 94 153 89 Cl 1j 243 it The following are needed for the farmers 51 69 66 68 77 SI 85 86 90 93 95 101 120126 136 150 155 156 159 170 198 ISl 199 192 196 187 182 184 ISI200 203 205 206 213 214 WI I S20 241 2482uO 253254 25tf 257 255 260 261 265 270 278 274 283 284 287 289 291 293 295 297 298 S06 312 313 315 S18 321 324 325 327 Service Circular 35 3661 Iiooreat 117 118 123 130 135 I I 146 147 157 I Every gcod farmer should have tills entire list but do not ask for them It you do not imend to read themIf there is some one subject about which you wish to know you can write and ask for anything the Coy ernmnet may havo on that line The Bulletins In the above Jlstiwlll make absolutely the best Farmers library that can be had today Remember this Is a list of free Bulletins only Try Nos 95 126 136 161 181 and 255 and if you learn anything Just ask for more v And that has been going some The fuss has Involved Senator Jones of Washington Assistant Attorney General Lawler and Pros Taft Mr moneyNoof steal public lands t cases of the other two are IThe For some time Mr has been charging that tho dltIgiven out by Pres Taft ing Ballingor from the Glavis was funny in to particulars to f haveIfacts prepared by Attorney1 GeneralIWickersham Brandts charged that this summary had been wrluen long II pandthe real one had been placed on It Second Brandls charged that Mr I Lawler really wroto a good deal of the Presidents opinion + Brandls has for weeks been mak talltsIin Ii authorities The Attorney General i I could not find the Lawler memorandum and he wouldnt tell about the- Brandindae on his letter Flpally succeeded la go ting a stenographer on II the stand and he told BO much thatIWlckersham had to admit that the first charge was true and finally he also found the memorandum Well there Is nothing awful about thIngIshowed that the men that did thorn thought they were wrong The Law ler memorandum had not affected Taft He wrote the opinion as he pleased and while ho used some of Lawlers language it is evident that his letor was his own Bath it is clear that Lawler who was appoint tI 1 ed by Balllnger had tried to IlreJuJ IIImary the date on which ho had pre seated the facts But why had It Y been BO hard to find all this out i IIt Is pleasing to say that an end of p Ballingor fuss is In sight He iIwill ba cleared of course That was t- expected when the Committee began work and the only hope of the Pin chot men has been to get the facts corning I brought out so startling but that I the white washing can go on safely But It has become clear to Taft as well as to others that Balllnger has got to go The Administration can t 4 not carry his weight thru tho cam rIwouldlllsoI A gentleman named Schwartz will v j take the blamo He is chief of the j Field Service and he will probably be fired The men behind Balllnger will make it all right with him Mr I Balllnger will blame on Schwarz all that Is wrong and the Committee will dear him But before the campaign I really gets under way Mr Ballingerywill find his health has been brokx ten by his hard work and he will re sign Mr Taft will accept you bet ho 1Ballingeror any property over the La grabbing Syndicate 0 rf J ir I t The Citizen- A i family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting TabtUhcd enrr Thursday at Btre Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYADL1N ADVANC- BOK Year fiM ale Month 6e Three Months SJ Send money by ratomce or Biprru Monty Order Draft RegUltrcd Letter or aed ewe ant stamps The date alter your nttne a libel thowi to what date subMptloe la paid lilt II not chtnced within three weeks alter renewal sotlfy UI Ululnjc numbtfi will be gladly tnpplled It wt- rtiia are premium cheap with new robscripUoni nod prompt reirawali Send for Premium Lbs Liberal terms given to any who obtain new for us Any one sending ta four yearly tubwription can reclere The Claim fret r for one AavertJtlng rate on application UBMBEK or KENTUCKY TRESS ASSOCIATION Time to think about a refrigerator loonMen will not have to wear chante cler hats anyway Leaping from midwinter to mldsum mer is pleasant but perilous As revolutions go they aro still revolutlonlng down In Nicaragua The announcement comes that Newport society Is to fly We knew that Resortkeepers are looking for ari extra spring crop of summer boarders The third degree seems to be get ting something of a sweating process itself Try to do a little work The report that the fish are biting is probably a fake alarm When sailing in such dizzy heights the mercury should continually expect to take a tumblo The woman with a chantecler hat it far from down to date unless she hat the new cocorlco veil Just to be on the safe side how would It do to make fun of the comet only after it has passed byT As a spring harbinger the mosquito is welcome But wait till he toots his little trumpet In the dog days I The man who died of heart disease after drawing a royal flush must have had a string of hard luck before that It will be hard to conceal a touring car from the lynxeyed assessors by poking It up the ventilator of the average flat A Boston court has decided that a prlma donnas name cannot be given to a soup without her permission and presumably her price To cure indigestion marital in felicity divorce and other things teach our daughters bow to cook wash and mind the baby Kegs of various descriptions have been responsible for many accidents but one certain keg of nails in Chicago saved an elevated train It Is true that the sun has been firing off skyrockets but no man can tell from here whether or not it burned Its fingers in the process According to an eminent entomolo gist this Is an age of bugs The line of talk handed out by some college professors makes people think he is right It is rumored that an automobile trust Is in process of organization Can this be a fiendish conspiracy to sky the price of the poor mans automobile The new comet discovered recently near the path of Halleys comet has been lost Perhaps it has been driven out of business by the professional Jealousy of Its bigger rival A Missouri man Is advertising for a wife with a good wholesome smile Ladles who answer the advertisement should be warned that it will be abso lutelynecessAry for them to show him the smile A steamship in Florida waters had a hard time getting past a school of monster 1000 pound turtles that showed fight It is early In the sea son but the sea serpent Is not going to be missed The gymnasium Instructor In Eng land who has made a worlds record by swinging a pair of threepound clubs continuously for C8 hours could have shown as much endurance and done more good by sawing wood The movement for a sane and safe Fourth of July celebration is under way It will meet with no favor from the nsal boy who wants his consti tutional privilege to blow himself up as a burnt offering to tbo Goddess of Liberty A Chicago mau has been fined 25 and costs because be sat for 11 hours on the front steps of the house in which his adored one resided and would not stay away when her mother drove him off with a broom The age of chivalry may be past but romance continues occasionally to make a two base hit t di iyi tic r t PRESIDENT TAfT WRITES LETTER SETS FORTH HIS REASONS FOR EXONERATING SECRETARY BALLINGER GlAVIS DISMISSAL EXPLAINED Obvious Reason for Inditing tetter Is to Make Complete Answer to In sluuatlons and Chargee Which Have Recently Deen Made Washington For the first time since the BalllngerPinchot investiga tion was begun by a Joint committee of the senate and house President Taft has taken an active part in tho matterThis ho did by making public a let ter which ho has addressed to Senator Knuto Nelson chairman of the investi gating committee setting fprth at some length tho circumstances sur rounding tho writing of the letter which ho sent to Secrelary Balllnger on September 13 In which ho exon erated him of the charges made against him and directed the dismissal of Louis R Glavls from the public serviceAlthough the president does not so ntato In his letter it is obvious that his reason for inditing tho communi cation at this time is to mako full and complete answer to the Insinuations and charges which have been made during the past two days that he act ed solely upon the recommendations submitted to him in the form of a let ter by Assistant Atty Gen for tho In terlor Department Oscar Lawler WILL SCRUTINIZE COMET Government Observer Preparing to Make Elaborate Telescopic Observation- sWashingtonHalleys comet will be greeted Wednesday on Its closest ap proach to tho earth by a bristling bat tery of telescopes flanked by rapid lire lenses la tho celestial cameras of the Naval observatory the only na tional observatory In the United States The government observer pro pared for tho great star rushing through space and elaborate calcu lotions have been made as to tho min ute and second the flying comet will bo at given places In the heavens where it will be observed and photo graphedAmong the scientists there Is some difference of opinion as to the effect the great star will have upon the earth but the differences are minor Prof Asaph Hall of the Naval observatory would not be surprised If there were a shower of meteorites Edwin F Naulty of New York who ban been at the observatory making telescopic and spectroscoplo observa tions takes Issue with Prof Hall and contends that the tall of the comet is composed neither of gas nor me teoric bodies and that such a shower as Prof Hall deems possible could not follow J W VAN CLEAVE IS DEAD SL LoulsT W Van Cleave stove manufacturer died at his home hero of heart disease Ho was president of the Buck Stove and Range Co was tho Manufacturers associations president 19069 and chairman of the Na tional Council for Industrial Defense from 1907 until his death Ho always conducted an open shop and when tho metal polishers struck in tho Duck plant in 1906 and the American Feder ation of Labor declared a boycott on its products as a result Van Cleave lor the company secured a temporary injunction from tho supreme court of the District of Columbia restraining the federation from boycotting That court afterward mado the injunction permanent and the District of Colum bia court of appeals later sentenced Samuel Gompcrs Frank Morrison and 7ohn Mitchell to 12 0 and C months respectively In Jail for contempt of court for talking and publishing articles In the American Federatlonlst about tho Injunction The labor lead ers appeal Is now pending In the fed eral suprema court Fears Violation of Treaty Washington Gen J Warrpn Keif ers resolution for keeping the Panama canal open under an International agreement will bo taken up at a con ferenco between President Taft and Secretary of State Knox Gen Keifer spent como time going over the Eiifo Ject with tho secretary of state Gen Keller who has been giving consider able study to the treaties In effect be tween the United States and Great Britain covering the Central American countries has about reached the con elusion that this coiratry can not fort fy tho canal without violating the Hay Paunccfoto treaty Dr Cook Preparing to Leave New York According to the asser dons of several persona Dr Frederick A Cook the Arctic explorer and Mrs Cook are preparing to leave for Eu rope where It Is reported Dr Coot will make his home Breaks Aeroplane Record Mourmelon France Daniel Kln tBelgian aviator broke tha worlds rely ord for an a ropltnc tight with passen gers remaining In ttio nit for 2 hours and 50 minute On Ann S Kln t made n flight of 2 hours and 20 minutes to r A NEW METHOD OF CURING THE BIG HAT TROUBLE +YrOWKAW5D A Frenchman Suggests That the Ladles Have One Side of a Theater and the Gentlemen the Other DEAD KING IN THRONE ROOM BODY OF EDWARD VII REMOVED FROM DEATH CHAMBER Will Lie In Prlvatn State In Bucking ham Palace Until Tuesday London Borne on the shout ders of eight tall Grenadier sot leant King Edward in his comn was carried from the death chamber to the throne room of Buckingham palace where ho will lie in private state until Tuesday On that day it will be removed to Westminster hall for the last public view of the dead monarch Only members of the royal house hold the diplomatic corps and inti mate friends of the lato sovereign will be admitted to the throne room which has been given the air of a private chapeL An altar has been erected on the dais where tho chairs of state or dlnarlly stand The royal coma was tcmporarllj opened to allow the Duke and Duchess of Connaught to take their last look at the dead king The kings brother arrived in London from his African trip and was met on his arrival by King George and Queen Mary It is officially stated that tho court ladles will participate In the funeral procession Friday King George was busy all day long with tho earl marshal arranging the details of the fur neral BANKERS SLAYERS IN PRISON Doctor Miller and Mrs Sayler Con vlcted of Husbands Murder Are Now In Joust Watseka 111Mrs Lucy n Sayler Jointly convicted with her alleged affinity Dr W n Miller for the murder of her husband John Byron Sayler a banker of Crescent City Ill was Tuesday taken to the Joliet penitentiary from Watseka with Mil lerDoctor Miller said ho would not ape peal his case to the supreme court Mrs Sayler however will take her case to the higher court Mrs Sayler was sentenced to a threeyear term and the doctors pun ishment was fixed at 12 years Impris onment EIGHT SCHOOL PUPILS DROWN Accident Results From Attempt to Frighten Girls by Rocking of Boat by Boys Wilkesbarre Pa Rocking the boat to frighten the girls caused the drowning of six girls and two boys out of a party of 12 on an old mill dam at Huntington Mills a country village 15 miles from hero Thursday The four who escaped are boys and they got to the shore exhausted after a vain effort to save the girls All of the party were members of the high school at Huntington Mills and were out for a frolic during the lunch hour They were all between the ages of sixteen and eighteen MINERS DENOUNCE MOB RULE Drastic Measures Will Be Taken Against Strikers Who Interfere With Emergency Work Peoria 111 Drastic measures will be taken against any striking miner who refuses to permit omer gency work In the mines of Illinois The miners In convention denounced the mobs which It was said have been terrorizing the mining districts and driving workmen Installing firelight Ing devices and making repairs out of the mines Those who do co will be expelled Demands White Slave Suits Seattle Wash Between 700 nod 800 men In Seattle live off the revenues of white slave traffic and almost all could be reached by the state courts eald United States District Attorney Elmer E Todd Friday He naked the state authorities to act U S Asks Cubas Prrmi- tWashigtonThe state department FrIday begun negotiations with the government of Cuba for permission to- raJee the wreck of the battleship nine t or r Y BALLINGER GRILL IS RENEWED Glavta Attorney Continues Cross Ex ami nation of Secretary Senator Piles Name Is Mentioned Washington Secretary Balllnger continued under crossexamination by Attorney Brandcto counsel of L R Glavls and others when the Ballinger Plnchot Investigation was resumed Tuesday The congressional committee will meet four days this week in the hope that the attorneys will finish their examination of the secretary of the Interior by that time Commissioner Dennett of the gen eral land office and Chief Schwartz of the field division will be the next witnesses for the defense A spirited controversy among mem ben of the committee was precipi tated by Mr Brandeis when he asked Secretary Balltnger If ho had not heard It stated publicly by Samuel IL Piles that Charles Sweeney one of the Cunningham claimants and presi dent of the Federal Smelting com pany a subsidiary company of the Guggenheim syndicate had been in strumental In his Plies election as United States senator Senator Suth erland objected to Mr Brandeis drag ging a senator Into this Investigation- Mr Brandels explained that he had no deslro to reflect on Mr Piles beyond showing that he bad been the Instrument In the hands of the power ful interests of the northwest to bring about the selection of a man for com missioner of the land office who held different opinions on Alaskan ques lions from those of Secretary Garfield Chairman Nelson put the question to a vote and by a party vote of 2 to 4 the committee decided that Secretary Balllnger should not be allowed to answer the question DRIVING WITH ROCKEFELLER Pleasant Recreation Provided for People of Tarrytown by Their Famous Fellow Townsman Tarrytown N Y May To take a drive with John D Rockefeller has become a regular recreation this spring for a great many of the friends and neighbors of that famous resident of Tarrytown and he has Increased thereby his popularity among the people of the little city Not n pleasant day goes by without the oil king In viting some of them men women and children to ride with him in automo bile or carriage and It is safe to say that the Invitations are seldom declined for his vehicles aro the best to be had and the drives around Tarry town aro beautiful Mr Rockefeller before starting for a ride always dons a paper vest declaring It to be a great protection against colds and he Insists that his guests do the same After the ride he refuses to take back the garment and consequently In nearly every homo in Tarrytown may be found a paper vest preserved as n souvenir of a delightful ride with the multimillionaire DONAU WINS KENTUCKY DERBY Son of WoolsthorpeAI Lone Noses Out Joe Morris Before a Record Breaking Crowd Louisville PtyA recordbreaking crowd of more than 33009 persons saw Donau win the thirtysixth Ken tucky derby Tuesday Tho game son of WoolsthorpoAI Lone was faltering at the finish and Just managed to reach the wire ahead of Joe Morris second cholco for the event Fighting flab was third Time 206 25 Donnu rushed to the lead and led all tho way Joe Morris and Fighting Bob were after him all through the route It was an exciting race from end to end Storm Damages Crops In South Culverton GaCotton and corn crops In this vicinity were practically destroyed and the peach crop severely damaged by a hall and wind storm Friday In Culverton several houses were blown from their pillars and others unroofed Crush Sweeps toubei Off Feet Paris France Former President Lojbet while walking across the put Neat In the crush of the noon hour Frluay was knocked down lit was only sllgbly bruised bnwe er 7 ri r liNK IS ARRESTED LEGISLATOR DEFIES GRAND JURY IN SENATORIAL BRIBERY INQUIRY REFUSES TO GIVE TESTIMONY Will Bo Punished for Contempt Trial of Representative Browne Charged With Giving Bribes Begins at Chi cago Next Monday Springfield III Representative MI- chael S Link who was brought here Friday from his home at Mitchell by Sheriff Werner was arrested on a charge of criminal contempt of court by order of Judge Shirley upon his refusal to testify before tho Sanga mon county grand Jury after an order of Immunity bad been entered In the local courts Ira was released on 500 bonds to appear in court on Monday morning when ho Is to bo sentenced for hIs contempt When Link was taken before the grand Jury he refused to answer any questions on the ground that ho might Incriminate himself As soon as ho made this statement he was taken out of the Jury room into Judge Shirleys court States Attorney Burke at once presented a petition granting him Immu nity In Sangamon county releasing him from all liability to be prosecuted or punished on account of any matter to which he might be required to testify As soon an this order was presented Judge Shirley signed It and Link was once moro taken back Into the grand Jury room The question Did any person or persons in Sangamon county Illinois offer or promise you any money or other valuable thing In consideration of your vote In the Fortysixth general assembly of this stato for a United States senatorr was asked Again Link refused to answer and an order of the foreman of the grand Jury he was taken in custody by the sheriff and again brought Into court charged with criminal contempt Judge Shirley asked Link why he had refused to answer upon which Link rose to his feet and said Your honor I refuse to answer on the ground that I might incriminate myself Link was allowed to enter hU own ball for appearance on Monday Representative George W Welborn of Woodlawn Jefferson county was the principal witness before the San gamon county grand Jury Welborn Is a Republican ChlcagoStates Attorney Waymon announced Friday that lAo ONell Browne Democratic leader of tho house of representatives who Is charged with bribery of legislators will be placed on trial In the criminal court next Monday if the defense U prepared Browne Is alleged to have distributed the money said to have been paid to certain representatives to vote for Lorimer Representatives White Bccxemcycr and Link who are declared by the states attorney to have confessed to receiving bribes will be witnesses at the trial rFEAR AN INDIAN MASSACRE Troops Are Dispatched to Taos Pueblo- N M to Quell Outbreak Among Redskins East Las Vegas N lLGen E A Brook ordered Company II of the New Mexico guard at Santa Fe tp the scene of the serious Indian outbreak at the ancient Taos Pueblo seventy miles northwest of here Tho troops were dispatched Friday after an ape peal had been made to Governor Mills by Judge John R McFle who declared that a massacre was Imminent The prosecution of several Indians for Infractions of the law Is said to have caused tho outbreak Telephone and telegraph wires have been cut by tho renegades Tho Indians raided several homesteads north of Taos cut fences drove off cattle and assaulted the wife and children of a homesteader named L S Meyers SENATE VOTES ON RATE BILL Long and Short Haul Provision of Railroad Measure Is Adopted by Senate Washington By a vote of G7 to 10 the senate Friday adopted a modified form of the Dixon long and short haul amendment to the railroad bill The amendment represents the com biped efforts of Republican Democratic and Insurgent leaders and It Is significant that Scnaor Aldrich do fended It on the hear and cast his voto In Its favor The consensus of opinion Is that the amendment Is con tradictory In Its terms and detente Its own purpose or If this Is not so that It burdens the Interstate commerce commission with an Impossible task St Louis Aviation Meet St Loula Tho first natlocnl aria tlon meet ever held In this country fur novices will take place In St LnulB beginning June 20 and con tinuing to Juno 23 under tbe auspices of tho Aero club of St Louis Five Perish In a Fire Farlbault Idlnnpert Sperry hU three children and their grandmother were hunted to death Friday In a fire which distroyed tholr honJo In this city Mis 8pmy and lto chUJreu Xcrp unveil J 1 jt ANTIALCOHOL MOVE IN ITALY 11 Taking Strong Root In That Country According to Notes of TemperCtance Progress In ly I lheThlwastoof temperance progress In Europaloti Irthoworkers In America The report statesrl efleaJUCIat Vlnccnza which was started meeting largely attended by clvlo asthe nthValmanaraauthor Antonio Fogazzaro was elect ed president In Milan some of thenvtmost active social workers of the city tttheseMilanese labor party and former prosm0dent of tho labor exchange Dr For I tort physician to the rercolief society LUmanltarla Lazzarirlanother noted labor leader and leemrturer on social questions areoCatholic socialist and one of the bClttalknown publicists In North Italy Parmtorclll an engineer editor of an ethsCical review published In Padua favoroa Ihol1trIn Brescia and a writer on alcohol bll whoso works aro known outside of UI UaITJlIMany tourists it Is further stated think that Italy has no special need or tI temperance reform Hut those whose e1 knowledge of tho Italian people lei f more intimate aro of a different opin a ion Thus Giovanni Allocl writing of f alcoholism In Milan declares that II there are 4200 places where drink Is t sold in that city that Is one to 12fr r of the population that the consump Ifofese died of the alcohol sickness clrr J bosls of the liver and that onehalt oftthe patients In the provincial asylum J canto from this drinksick city An tonini the editor of the Frulll social 1st organ 11 Paeae says The alcohol Insane In our asylum have more than doubled since 190C Tho alcoholInterested Industrials con tinue to poison us becauso they have their defenders In parliament We must begin the fight for abstinence not from the top but from the root L e from the people And In a recent number of La Luco the Waldcnalan religious or jan a writer relates concerning the rural communities of Italy They drink wine at dinner at supper In the bay fields during the dog days at breakfast between meals They soak their bread In wino The father drinks the mother drinks the children drink down to the little one of a year old 1 saw recently a poor little creature of three who could not walk his whole body Veins so swollen lie lay outside his home on ah un clean mattress In the shade lie aaa suffering from chronic Inflammation or the Intestines at three years Thee doctor said ho was an alcobolltato drunkard and was Incurable and would never walk WIno heredity anti the wino his parents had given him from his first days were the cause One rarely sees our peasantry staggering They hUG drunk so long that they can support much with very little Inconvenience But what a sad thing it 1st Tho men seem steeped la wino Yes In this Italy which has a refutation for sobriety there Is a press ing need that we enter the lists at they are doing elsewhere to Sigh drink MUCH CRIME DUE TO DRINK Marked Decrease In Convictions for Drunkenness In City of London Detailed Returns According to returns prepared for tho homo omco by assistant clerks at the Mansion house and Guildhall Jus taco rooms the number of persons pros ecuted In tho city of London proper during tho past ycafTvas for summary offences 4G90 as compared with 6631 In 1908 and 0959 In 1903 The Rum ber of persons convicted of those offences Including DOG In respect of drunkenness was 32S5 against 4146 1108 for drunkenness In 1903 and 5063 2226 for drunkenness In 1903 Of Indlctablo crimes 1083 were report ed an against 1011 In 1908 nnd beet In 1903 The number of apprehensions In connection with these was 570 last year In 1903 there wore C61 arrests and 1903 773 The day population or the city Is over 300COO tbo ulght 1 population 26923 The principal feature In tSese returns as notod In press commend is the very marked de create In convictions for drunkenness which were lat year considerably loan than oac half of those recorded six rears agts Temperance Pays According to tno United State census bureau the workers who live In lonllccnse clues earn moro than those to license cities The figures are given for Massachusetts and show that each Individual worker In the nonllccosa cities earns 7409 wore a year theta aYorker in license cities I1s == =M THE ERRORS OF III MODERN TIMES CAMPBEUlii Can a man be a freothlnkor Hard ly becauso his mind la not Ills own Tho mind was only lent to man and he might lose it at any moment Nor was It always available Ho could not use It when carried away by pits sion or under the pressure of physical pain Only after some years was ho regarded ns at tho ago of reason and lie then begins a career In which ho frequently refused tho commonest die tales of reason and often arrived at tho end to find that his senses wero deadened by drugs or disease and his mind erased by suffering Thus tho amount of tlmo which tho average man could devote to tree thought was to say the least very Inconsiderable When ho did think tie found his liberty restricted by many laws If he were a moral man there were many things on which ho could not meditate unless at heart a criminal If ho were an intellectual man ho would observe the rules of correct thinking If ho did not want Inland in the fire and If ho were n modest man ho would not claim omni science In anything at the risk of be fag absurd Man could not manufacture now truths by Imagining or desiring thorn nor could ho set aside old ones because they were Irksome and imply moral obligations The universe dill not depend upon what he thought of it and his Intellect was always under the necessity of fitting Itself to tho eternal realities A freo thinker professedly ignored spiritual things which were nevertheless tho greatest factors in the development of tho human race and he restricted himself to memorizing and repeating what ho read or heard about tho material uni verso Ho rarely examined for him self but pinned his faith to systems and theories which were continually shown to bo false and were mostly what n conspicuous atheist salt of Darwinism fictions poetical accum ulations of probabilities without proofs and of attractive descriptions without demonstration Tho free thinker denounced all sub mission to authority as derogatory to tho dignity ot tho human mind al though tho admission of testimony whose truth was vouched for was a moat rational act without which hu man society could not subsist for a moment He was particularly antago nistic to tho testimony ot Christ though no reasonable man could pos sibly reject it He thus restricted his field of knowledge within the narrow est limits and built a fence around It over which he refused to look Faith the free thinker regarded as Intellectual stagnation though nothing had so fostered Intellectual growth as Christianity Tho blind man who had recovered his sight did not shut his eyes and go to sleep nor did the cripple who was carried to tho summit of a mountain avert his gaze from the steno before him The rejection of Christ was the re- Jection of the eternal and Inflnlto truth which the finite Intellect of man was Intended in its own limited way to reflect The mind that did not do so was elective MADE STRONGER BY SORROW Lesson to Be Learned In the Song of the Psalmist My Heart Is Fixed 0 Cod I My heart Is fixed 0 God my heart is fixed I will sing and give praise Psalm 677 It Is easy to say such things when lifo goes smoothly but this psalmist said and meant them when things were dark with him lie sang himself into confidence and good cheer In the dark he believed In the dawn Like Powers that give their perfume after sunset and are sweetest whoa tho night dow are falling this sing ers religion became more fragrant and stronger In the night of sorrow The repetition of tho phrase My heart Js fixed with its direct address to God adds emphasis and leads up to the unalterable determination 1 will sing and give praise In spite of everything that might cause sobs and tears to choke the song For fixed hearts we roust have tired determination not fluctuating and soon broken Intentions Wo roust have steadfast affcctlono and not flut baring love that like a butterfly alights now on this now on that blossom but Irhlch Sties straight as a carrier pigeon to his cote and bears us direct o God We must also have continu ous realization of our dependence on God and of Gods sweet sufficiency going with us through nil the day Flxed determination steadfast lovo constant thought these at least are elements making up tho fixed heart of the psalmist We should not trouble ourselves with tho question whether the ideal ot the psalmist can ever be completely realized We aro a long way on this side ot such a realization and need not be Inquisitive as to the final stages which may or may not be pos sible until we have advanced at least a few stages further Let us pray Unite my heart to fear thy name snake the resolve My heart is fixed 1 will sing and give praise and listen I obediently to the command He ex horted them all that with purpose of hurt they should cleave unto the Lord Alexander MacUren D D I STEAMED SINKS 13 DROWNED MISSISSIPPI RIVER PACKET STRIKES A HIDDEN ROCK Boat Carrying FlftySeven Persons Coca Down Within Reach of Land St LouieBy tiio sinking of the steamship city of Saltlllo In tho Mis MoWednesdayhurled against a hidden rock by the swift current 13 persons seven of theirlivesBt Louis The boat carried 27 passengers chitdren Louis nt seven oclock with a heavy cargo Including a number of cattle and live stock and the voyage was considered precarious because of the amount of driftwood floating In the riseShortlythe Snltillo encountered a shoreward draw which was fought frantically by reversedbut unavailingWith rending timbers and the shrieks of the women and children passengers the cries of the crew and the bellowing of tho cattle tho vessel struck a hidden rock and sunk In reach of land at a point deepPassengers the crew clung to tho timbers while those more fortunate lent their aid Immedl helplessTheIn their cabins Tho collision camo so suddenly they were plunged Into the water before they knew what had happened BANDITS SHOOT UP TOWN Rob Mount Pleasant Mich Post Office of 3000 In Cash and Stamps and Escape Saginaw Mich Bandits masked and mounted Thursday blow the post office safe at Mount Pleasant a city cf 8000 securing 3000 In stamps and money and terrorizing the entire town The robbers numbering seven or eight are believed to have halted near the south limits until their plans were complete when they rode through the main street In oldtlmo border fash ion shooting and shouting Secret service men took up the trail and it is believed that arrests are Imminent Tbo post office often contains as high as 10003 In cash and stamps The pollco believe the post office safe had been blown and rifled before tho robbers began shooting and that they would have made their escape less spectacularly had it not been for the noise made by the explosion of nitroglycerin This caused several mon to start an Investigation and as soon as they appeared tho reign of terror began The fuslllado of shots fired by the men as they endeavored to cover their escape so confused those in authority that It was subsequently Impossible to discover whether the bandits had turned their horses loose outside the town and escaped on the train that passed half an hour after the explo sloe or whether they rode away on their own mounts HAYTI SHAKEN BY QUAKE Many Persons Reported Killed and Injured at Puerta Plata San Domingo San Jose Costa Rica Heavy earth quakes were felt here Wednesday Thousands of persons are leaving the city In alarm Santo Domingo A severe earth quake shock was felt here Wednesday There was no loss of lifo nor damage to property In the city Puerta Plata San Domingo An earthquake which caused a panic among residents here Wednesday Is reported to have resulted In heavy loss of life and damage to property in towns In the Interior Many persons are reported to have been killed and many more Injured Only vague reports hue come In so far but it Is feared the casualty list will prove a long one Tho shocks wero felt here about 3 a m and wero so severe that the people were aroused from sleep and fled terrorstricken Into the streets MINE BLAST TRAPS 136 MEN Work of Rescue of Entombed Miners In English Shaft Is Hampered- by Gases Manchester EnglandAn explosion In tbo Wellington coal mine at Wblte haven Thursday cut oft the exit from the 136 miners who were working below the surface Rescue parties sue ceeded In saving four men who had been working at the bottom of the shaft They were prevented by the gas from penetrating to a point whore the main body of men Is imprisoned Gas Explosion Injures Seven New YorkEscaped gas exploded- on the fourth floor of a tenement house in East One Hundred and Thtr teenth street Thursday Injuring seven persons two of them children The 3i families In the bujlding fled In a panic to the fire escapes and the roof Big Sawmill Is Burned Winnipeg Moa Burrows big saw mill at Grandview Manitoba with a largo quantity of stock was destroyed by fire Thursday The loss 1s estj mated at 100000 J h I Newest Bathing Caps r V DRESS COMMENT Black chiffon tunics over blue or green or orange satin foundations are among the more favored styles Lace Is more and more claiming the attention for trimming hats and towns Black and white are most used and when decorating skirts It Is adjusted In flounces or as a tunic Old gold silk for afternoon and evening wear Is being combined with Chantlllr lace Cloth of gold and sliver tissue comes again to a supple and glisten Ing rescue when the dull rose and ma hogany shades err for a contrasting touchYards and yards of shaded or changeable ribbon will be devoted to the hats In enormous loops bows and scarfsFigured silks are vying with two toned effects for street and house dressesLarge flat hats have appeared with flowers In wreaths encircling the low crowns This style U becoming to nine out of ten women for It Is undeniable that the long sweeping lines of hats will add to the charm of the face beneath and they are rarely try Ing to the wearer on account of stiff straight effects DRESSING JACKET This jacket Is in kimono style the entire edge being cut In rather large scallops that are bound witheontrast Ing material cut on the cross If the jacket is in lawn muslin or zephyr the binding would be in zephyr if jacket is in nuns veiling or delaine then silk would be used for binding Materials required Two yards 40 inches wide Use for a Lace Gown Now that transparent overdraperies are co much In vogue those women who possess a half worn lace gown should resurrect it White black or a color may be utilized White or cream chiffon should veil laces in these shades but black may be used under black chiffon or a dark color such as a dull wine red Colored laces may be covered with chiffon in the same shade using a dif ferent tone lighter or darker as con sidered the better choice or a color hanuoalzlne with the late yJ lMerwoo Rubberized silk tight fitting caps Inside the handkerchief Border of Persian design red figured rubberized silk white washable chiffon taffeta handed across hair on top tied with side rosettes r MANY ARTICLES IN PURSE Remarkable Ingenuity Displayed in Design and Workmanship of Parisian Jeweler A useful purse just Imported from Paris is made of pearl colored glazed leather lined with watered silk with a very unostentatious gold clasp It is simple enough and quite demure outwardly but its Interior contains unusual treasures for so unsuspecting an exterior Besides the usual com partments for change bills and visit lug cards there U fitted neatly under a gray leather flap a small mirror In a compartment next to this is a bean tutu little cut glass and silver mount ed vinaigrette and In the correspond lag compartment a powder box with a little puff In the other side of the wonderful little purse Is another com partment containing a small pair of chased sliver opera glasses mounted In motherofpearl and last but most surprising of all because it is so carefully hidden in the uppermost fold of the purse is an exquisite tiny fan of ivory and spangled gauze Xerer hare so many vanities been gathered together so neatly and compactly to delight a ladys heart Inside of one little insignificant and inconspicuous flat gray purse not six Inches square It can be called the much In little purse New Petticoats- If you expect to make your own pet ticoats select while muslin blue chambray tan chambray white Inser tion or unbleached muslin and gingham for bands In making the un bleached muslin petticoat cut the skirt in gores and attach a flounce Trim the flounce with a narrow band of gingham and head it with a fold of gingham Both materials will wash nicely In selecting A muslin by all means eliminate limefilled It is cheap and soon turns yellow If a rude of swiss embroidery Is used se loot the kind with small notched edges and It will be less liable to tear If laces are wanted the Valenciennes are durable but a heavier linen va riety can be used over and over again For a chambray petticoat a net rums gives a pretty effect Curtain net will serve the purpose Item It and head the hem with a very narrow fold of petticoat material Three small bands look pretty on it A serv iceable petticoat Is made of black or navy near silk It wears welL has silk Snitch and may be washed A New Black Dress It Is a chain mall dress a sheath like robe of coarse chenille threaded with jet beads which the makers In sist upon calling black diamonds The excessive brilliance of the dress la lessened by broad bands of chenille that are crossed in fichu lines and car tied down the sides of the tunic The wide band of velvety black Is again used under the arms so that the guts tening black armor is not so aggres sive as it sounds Soft folds of chiffon form the short sleeves and white mallne gives the chemisette in the most attractive form Plump Arms Cocoa butter will make the arras plump Soften and warm the flesh with cloths wrung out of hot water and then rub from shoulder to wrist with a circular motion with cocoa but ter warmed slightly Cocoa butter may be had at any drug store In small cakes It is bard and must be warmed before using Valets the flesh Is dean and warm it will not absub r sssssaaosaa KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH CONFEDERATE VETERAN DIES Caut Mark Stutt Passes Away At Owensboro Owensboro KyCapt Mark Stall a well known citizen died of heart trouble following an Illness of three months Capt Stull was born in Hop kins county Ky March 23 1831 He was for many years a resident of Mc Lean county During the Civil War he was Aidede Camp under Morgan and was with the famous raider dur ing his service until captured in Ohio He escaped and swam the Ohio River back to Virginia where he enlisted as a private under Forrest serving until the close of the Civil War He is survived by three children They are J W and G R Stull of Owensboro and Mrs Luro Marts ot Como Ky WILL GET MONEY Kentucky School Teacher to Bs Paid June 1 Frankfort KYSchool teachers in Kentucky will not have to wait 10 long for their salaries as they had expected and will get their check for tho last two months of the present term in the first week of June If not on June 1 It was thought that the teachers could not be paid before the last week of June but Capt Ed Farley State Treasurer finds that he will have on hand by the first week in June enough money to pay all the teachers This will be good news to the school teachers of the State who had expected to wait un- tIl the last of Jane to get their money The amount due is 400000 Capt Farley said that there is money enough in the treasury now to pay the school teachers but it does not all belong to the school fund It must be divided between the various funds and after the division the school fund would not have enough to meet the claims Articles of Incorporation of the Chicago Memphis and Out railroad were filed with the Secretary of State and the Railroad Commission The articles are flIed In every State through which the road will pass The road Is planned to extend from Chicago through Memphis to the Gulf Frankfort KyMore than GOO members of the Knights of Columbus participated in the installation of Frankfort Council 1483 The delegates represented lodges in Western and Southern Kentucky Southern Indiana Toledo Cincinnati Covlngton Newport Lexington Louis rifle and other Central Kentucky dues LATE CONVENTION Ordered in Third District to Name Republican Candidate for Congress Bowling Green KyAt the meeting of the Third district Republican con gressional committee held here a resolution was adopted ordering a convene tion to be held on August 1 to nominate a candidate for congress There are at present two announced candi dates Thurman B DIxon of Allen county who wanted a late convention and Nat B Howard of Butler county who favored a convention in June Tho August date was decided upon by a vote of 6 to 4- VALUABLE PAPERS RETURNED Owner Lost Them In Toledo Later Receiving Them In Detroit Lexington KyE H Doyle general manager of the Middle West Coal Co was advised by Clyde E Darragh that papers valued at 125000 which were stolen from him at Toledo had been returned to him at Detroit While Darragh was buying a railroad ticket at Toledo two men made off with his grip containing the papers When Darragh arrived at Detroit the papers were in his malL Ashland ROne trainman was killed and four others seriously In jured when a Chesapeake k Ohio doubleheader freight Tan Into a land slide six miles east of here The dead man was Richard Dwyer engineer 45 years old The Injured Emmett Diamond engineer A D Gcarhait fireman Floyd Sharp fireman and C J Lowry brakeman Owensboro KyFour thousand people witnessed the laying of the cornerstone of the new Federal build ing In Owensboro The services were In charge of the Owensboro Lodge of I Masons and Grand Master John H I Cowles of Louisville was in attend ance and opened the lodge The new building will cost 175000 Mt Sterling KyA defective fine caused the handsome brick residence of William Bridgeford to be destroyed by fire AU household effects were saved The toss la about 7W0 NOVEL FEATURES PRESENTED Insurance Case Decided By Appellate Court t Decision Rendered Declares Void a Lapsed Policy Continued by the I Beneficiary iFrankfort Kyn Interesting lifo insurance case was decided by the ap pellate court reversing the judgment of the Jefferson circuit court In tho case of the Western and Southern Lifo 1 Insurance Co against Sallle Grimestadministrator Tho case presented several novel features the most important of which Is that when the insured lapses a policy and refuses to pay premiums on it the beneficiary has DO z authority or right to continue the t policy On June 19 1906 Sallle Grimes an employe of Jacob Gross in Louisville 4 71foInsurance Co and named the wife of her employer as beneficiary After the policy was delivered to TunUJwork for the Gross family and when she left their home took with her her policy and the book in which the en tries of hr weekly payments were keptWhen the collector for the company Ishesired to keep the policy az4 would = not pay the premium Mrs Grass be Ing the beneficiary under the policy the agent called upon Mr Gross and requested him to keep up the preml urns which he did K- In j the fall of 1908 Miss Grimes jdied and proofs of loss were sent to a the company and in a few days the 1entire amount of the policy 27540 was paid to Mrs Gross r- After duo time an administrator was + appointed for Miss Grimes and he de manded payment of the policy from the s tthatlag application on the part of the com rpany that Mrs Gross had no Insura ble Interest in the life of the insured yitand that such payment did not dis Y charge Its obligations to the lawful claimant Judgment was entered bylthe lower court in favor of Miss Grimes administrator and the corn pany appealed The Appellate Court says no one has an insurable Interest In the life t l vmlta life As Miss Grimes had lapsed the policy she could not thereafter claim sbymaking the payments to the company for these payments were made not for the benefit of the insured op at her la stance or request but for the purpose of keeping the insurance in force for the benefit of Mrs Gross Further the Court says The Chancellor should have held that the con tract of insurance was absolutely void as to all parties concerned and for this failure eo to do the judgment Is re versed and cause remanded with JJ1tstructions to dismiss the petition NIcholasvHIe KyThe Baptist church of Nlcholasvtlto has extended a ecall to the Rev J D Adcock of Louis e Mlle and he will begin his ministry on hcockfield secretary for the Sundayschool board which position he resigned to accept this call Fraikfort KyAt a meeting of the state printing commission George A Lewis former editor of the Round about and publisher of the Kentucky Iew Reporter and for two years custodian 11 of public buildings for Kentucky a was elected state printer Thomas Wiard was elected custodian of public buildings to succeed Lewis Danville Ky Samuel Cook seal tagent for the Q C at this point was sandbagged near the depot while In the peroformance of his duties and h1sdpockets rifled He did not recognize the highwaymen He was rendered funconscious for several minutes by the blow Louisville KyJ T Reid aged 84 OfiJerrersonest Mason died of heart disease and dropsy at his home in Rout Ky eidied in the same room in which he was born He was a charter member ofPthe Fishenrllle lodge of Masons 4c Frankfort Ky The body of a many i found on the Louisville Nashville railroad track in this city May 3 was exhumed and Identified as that of Jas R Stewart of Louisville w HopkinsvUle KyWool pooled by Christian county farmers sold amounted to 7000 pounds and prices tranged from 14 to 30 cents I jcllamendment to the saloon ordinance 4 proposed to extend the limits in which the license may be secured License was also refused to C L San ford at the Elks HoteL PanvIIle KyFire destroyed the grain elevator of Leslie Bradshaw In Garrard county Three thousand bush eta of wheat and eight hundred barrels of corn were consumed The origin ot the fire Is unknown The loss aggregates I120M with Insurance of 43ee lr J J J o East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else I 1- ao eorntptalrac ptbUtkM malm liaii ta loll by till writer Tas tram iI ii sot lot Mktteatioi bat a i n seism ol toot Ialt Write Uialy elooeoeoeoeooOWOWV Berea College Fair for Fireside Industries Will be held Wednesday Juno 8 10 the College Commencement Day In Room 4 Lincoln Hall Read the list of premiums and pr pare to make an exhibit If J 011 should not take a premium you will show your skill and may have an op- portunIty to sell something TAKE NOTICE Entries may be made at any Ume from noon to 4 p m on Tuesla I June 7 or from 7 to 10 a m Wed nosday June 8J910 All goods entered for promtu must have been made since last Com mencement Day June 9 1909 and must be the product of the pnrson 1o whom tho premium Is paid For Instance the premium will be paid to the WEAVER OF A COVERLID alld not to the person owning It or the material from which It was male No premium will be given two yea in succession to the same person YOUNG WOMEN ATTENTION I y As we desire to encourage the E younger women to weave the pre 1 mlums on Rag Itugs are offered thIs year only to weavers under tWenty years of age If any weaver under twenty year of age should be awarded a premium on a coverlid one dollar will be added to the usual premium t Home products not list of premiums may be exhIbitedI l dad offered for sale We offer fine premiums for hIckory l melonshapedJThere baske s if well made The size should not be over that of a halfbushel and smaller ones will find a readier sale The expenses of the HomeSpun Fair are borne by the Department of Fire Side Industries and we tint it necessary to charge 10 per cen commission on all sales made PREMIUMS OFFERED sIt and llomepun and homewoven- Coverlid Jioo SIOO Homespun Table Spreads Coverlid Patterns 100 IJ Unen 100 3 4 Cotton loo oP Homespun Pillow Coven Coverlid Patterna too 3- i Linen loo IJ r Cotton loo IJ 8 an1l loo IJ PlguredUnen8yards lco 50 Plain Linen 8 100 IJ Rag Rugs figured border Lao 7S Rag Rugs carpet weave tco IJ Hickory or melon hi Baskets loo ic- Axhandles homemade So 25 Handmade bottom Chair tjo 7S Handmade Rustic Chair Lao 7S No premiums are offered for Llnsej or Linen which contains less than eight yards Only second premiums will be given for secondclass arti cles when no firstclass ones are enteredBerea College can not buy Cover lids this year as heretofore as it is iIalreadyoverstocked Committee on Home Spun Fair JACKSON COUNTY GllKKNlIALl Greenhall May 1C Robert Flanery and family of Beattyvllle are visiting relatives at Groonhall Miss Lillle Hart and sister are up from BeaUy vllle visiting hone folks Pleasant Strong lost 113 near Greonhall last Sunday Ho has not found It yet As the weather continues cold anti damp with but little sunshine grow- Ing crops are doing poorly and the fruit crop is all killed Mrs Sarah Morris Is up from Boonevllle visiting her children Miss Pearl Pearson re calved a silk dress through the mail Saturday as a name sake present from ltnItcrwhere he had been as juror in the U S Court Film Roach visited his brother George Sunday Miss Pearl Wilson was the guest of Lucy Pier son Friday night Arch Peters and sister were visiting R M Flanery Saturday and Sunday Several who were aiming to put crops of tobacco out are short of plantsMrs Jesse Wilson has secured a job with a Queensware house and will go on the road with her husband who travels as a salesman We tool sure they both will do well and wish them much success ANNVILLE Annvllle May 16The fanners of tills place are most all done planting corn There Is quite a talk about the comet and every one Is anxious to see it Most every one has a different idea of It Mr O M Rid er has boon at London for the last week as a Juror tar the Federal court Mr and Mrs W A Worthington have gone to McKee to mee Mrs SICKLYJloitan aboxThoy1ircakupoldeCure TnkSBiOWDEUSNuVEItPAIL wallWdreMien 1 i aososll ot owvwvwv iatle1 Wopthlngtona parents who arc vIsIt- Ing at McKee and will laser visit al Annville Mr and Mrs Williams n tended church here Saturday and S- udayMr and Mrs Bob Johnson from Berea are hero to see their daughter Mrs Frank 1ennlngoa who is cry low and not expected to liveM and Mrs R E Radar who have bettl living at Peoples are back to spend trio summer Mr John Modlock who has been sick for the last week b able to be up again Miss Pearl Airlock Is visiting Mrs Jessie King thIs week at Peoples Dr J M Morris from Chertnu burg passed throng Annville Thursday to visit his pa outs at Mlddlcfork and come back yesterday and attended church her The Rev Hacker preached a vef Interesting sermon to a large crow at the Aunvlllo Baptist church Su- ndayMrs Belle York and chll dren from Hamilton 0 are visiting relatives hereMr W A Worhlnt ton Is having a nice dwelling erected here Messrs Chester and Ev oret Jones from Tyncr au ended church hero Sunday ItTKRORKKNIEvergreen ate hind with their work very few be Ing done planting cornThe fruit Is all killed and a big frost SaUifda morning Mrs Sarah Maupln Is Vera slckl A Bowman of Conway pass ed thru hero this weekMr Roy Drew of this place and Miss Laun Powell of Sand Gap wero married May 12th at the home of the bride A good time was enjoyed by all pre sent Died last week the baby girl of Mr and Mrs John W Jones The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community Mr Jake Lake went to Berea to go with the ex cursion party to Frankfort and LouIs- ville Mrs Lucinda and MlnnU Lake went to McKee last week on business Mrs Hallle Lake went to Roblnet on business last week and visited a number of old frlcndsI Mr Daniel Pulllns of Berea was here this week driving bees and took several sacks of salt peter or fertili ret Mr Pullins Is taking options on salt poser caves thru here Mr Pul Una says our salt peter Is worth looking after ISAAC Isaacs May ILMost farmers are lone planting com The recent cold weather has done much Injury to fruit and early vegetablesMr Wll lard Campbell of Alabama has moved to this countySeveral new grounds veie burned Monday and the boys had a time fighting tireMr James Ihelton and Miss Ollle Hlgnlte were qule ly married a few days agoIss- ac post office has been moved to lIr A II ParreUa Mrs Mary E urkey of Moores Creek Is very poorly at present Mrs Tillle York was a uest of Mrs Sarah Davis Sunday lisa Martha Brewer and Mrs Annie Irewwer visited Mr Fred Brewwer S relay and Sunday Mr and Mrs G- C Purkey visited Mr and Mrs H C Davis Sunday night Mr R E Taylor and wife Mr John Moore and llsses NoUn Bertha and Rena 1ay- lor visited Mr and Mra George Davis Sunday night and all had a pleasant tlmo singing Mrs Martha Moore U serIously IIIMrs Ellen Penning on has a fine baby but Is ill herself NATHAMON Nathanton May 7 Farmers are busy planting corn in this partDau- rl Wilson Is planning to raise a large crop of watermelons this oorCam- DTd Is visiting home folks at Travel ors Rest Bessie Wilson has returned home for a few days stay but will loave soon tor a trip for two weeks rummlng Wheat crops are short In this part Oas may Ira onehalf crop J F Tlncher and wife attend ed church Sunday Jessie Wilson is busy building gates on his now farm at Sturgeon Geo Tlncher and Daniel Wilson made a business trip to Har veys Creek Saturday laotIr El lie Dees made a business trip to Island City SundayJas Bowman and Dudley Woods vIsLed J F Tlncher Sunday last Please let us bear from our correspondent at Tyne- ragalnllrs Ellle Dces Is overjoyed over the arrvlal of a fine boy IICULBT Hurley May llilhe Rev G 11 Bowman preached a very interesting 6Crmon to a largo crowd at this Illaco last Sunday Robert Callahan 100 Reward 100 The readers of tills paper will be pleased 10- lelrn that there Is at leant one dreaded disease Ihll science has been able to cure In all its Itl- KU and that Is Catarrh Hairs Catarrh Cure Is II positive cure now known to the III ica- llralunlly Catarrh being a constitutional dire require a conititiitlonal alm nl Italic Calarrh Cure in taken internally acting direct Iy upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the tern thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the nl strength b In ildinguplhecouatitutiouandaadatitgnaturedoing IIIl1ch faith In its curative powers that hey offer On e Hundred Dollars for case thlill falls to cur e Send for list of Itllnoulal- Adlrm R 1 C11KNNY t CO Toledo O Sold by1I DrugliIII75C Tlke Italic for constipation I had a working Friday Mr and lrs1 Ned Gabbard and daughcr Berth visited a few days in Clay County There will bo a Sunday school organized at Indian Creek next Sunday at two oclock Mr and lIrs James Lakes of Loam visited the latters parents at Moores Creek Saturday and Sunday Mr I A Bow man of Conway was In this Ilart list week on business Mrs David Gabbard and family are visiting at Little Clover this w kMr Llge Angel bought a fine heifer from W 1M Hurley Jr for 2i50Mr Gnd Mrs Grovor Gabbard are visiting at Black Lick this weekMr John Thomas who went to Colorado SOm- etime ago for his health Is back at his homo ai Sand Lick lie is vet low with consumption Mr and Mr I James Scale from Pond Creek a SatllrII Mr Leonard Martin to Miss Letli Fllnchum of Mlddlefbrk Wo wIsh I them muoh happlnqss In libMi John Roberts is nick with lagrlpp There was a tide in Indian Creek last weckEd tho little son of Jack Lakes came very nearly being drowned Saturday evening In Horse Lick Mr John McCollum entertained a number of young folks Sunday wIth his talking machine CLAY COUNTY 1 am in position to give you bottc prices and quality on general met chand Iso than you have been expect lug You ore Invited to come andJI for yourselfJ Spring Creek Ky SIltiNG CHKKK Spring Crook May 8Miss Vlnn prose of Horse Crock Is vlsltlm Misses Della and Luoio Hoskins ot Spring Creek this week Charll Page the traveling violinist and hand show man gave an enterlalmei at J C HoskIns Thursday nigfitCarer- Helton an aged citizen made a bust ness trip to Harlan County last week and while there took sick with brain fever and died at the hood of Manor Fork not far from Hagan Va Ills remains were brought home for bursa und laid to rest in the home grave yard last Monday Mr Henry Stepvai and Charlcv Smith returned from Be rea where they have been amending schoolSpring Creek May 14U88 Sarah Smith Is very sick Bradley Morgan visited his brother M C Morgan Friday night John Lewis of Asher Fork visited at J C Hosklna last Sunday There was a large crowd at the Baptist church at Catlg Creek Sunday Five came forward for Christ and will receive the water baptism the first Saturday In Juno by the Rev Everett Sizemore Them was very much water In Red Bird Some rafts went out Charlie HoskIns and WIII lie Sizemore came very near being drowned while crossing Catlz Creek last Sunday The mule which they were on fell wlh them Little Willie Slzemoro floated about fifty yards lawn the creek before any one dis jovered that ho was In- DOILY Dory May toThe Rev Jones jreaohed at Ells Branch Sunday and a large crowd tendedMrs Jessie Sparks of Sextons Creek has gone to Lexington Miss Run Melon and John Whltlemore were quLely mar led Thursday of last eekMiss Julia SparKs and Myrtle Singleton t Isled Laura Banks Sunday LLile fobert Banks got his arm broken bitt- s Improving nicely Mr Jaa Itay visited friends at Dory last week Mr James Sparks Is back from th- earmyThe Rev Seal preached at Saddler Sunday Mr John Reece ofI Ohio is visiting relatives here weekJanners are getting behind rlh their work on account of th- eralnMrs LIddle Callings is very 111 Miss Hattie Brewst r returned home- Sbe has been visiting her sin or its Fannie Ball UUIO II TN II A liEIBright Shade May 16Mr Carter lelton of this place died last Saturday morning with pneumonia fever i chuIIdrenour Fire has destroyed quite a lot of Urn j ber and fencing In this neighborhood Alvis Smith had the misfortune to get 2000 panel of fence burned day night There have been svcralI stock buyers thru this neighborhood Messrs A C Lewis and James Delph are at Manchester serving on the JuryIt was all a mistake about Dr C T Rlcketfts and Mrs Delia Hosklns gutting married April 0I They will put it off WI the rfoot can get through business he says Misses Lcttlo Wagers Hannah Smith and Mr Oliver Wagers were the guests of Miss Kitty E Smallwoc SundayMrs Dora Smallwood visited homo folks Saturday and Sunda Mr T B Ding and Dr C T IUck otts made a business trip to Mauche ter SaturdayMr Sylas Wagers and I Dr C T RlckQtts wore on Red llIrd I the other night on business Fa mere are very busy planting con Some of our farmers are wrought up to such a pitch of excitement and dread that thoy are abandoning their I crops and awaiting the fatal meeting of Utilitys comet fOCNCASTLt COUHr QOUCIILAM- Goocliland May 13The Rev Grti n Fish of Mt Vernon preached o a large crowd a Sycamore Sunday tile fcth Sunday school is prograwlti nicely at Goochlond The Rev Toyle of Dlsputanta will preach at Sypamoi the 4th Sunday In May Jack Jones sold a cow to Evan Richardson fo 40Frank Cox has gone to Kno Courey on business John C Phllllpi was at Big mil Thursday Richarc King has returned home from Ilamll ton Ohio Gravlson Clark of Dlspu tanta was In this part looking after some Umfcer John Ltinsford of Drey fus Madison County was in Goochlan Friday lastTho rain has caused most of the farmers to get behind with their workl F Ilampon has been painting the I O O F Hall and church house Hurrah for Don C Edwards may he forever reign I ROCKIORU I Rockford May 16No one is done planting corn In this partMr and Mrs John Anderson ot near Polni xxivel visited J W Todd and family Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J Quinn were visiting at Rockford SundaySias Beulo Todd of Rich mond vlaled relatives here Sunday Mr G C Thomas who has been i working with the extra gang has returned home and says there is no place like home Miss Dell Shaw of Indiana la with her mother Mrs Thomas fbr a shots timeMrs J J Martin has been with her daughter Mrs T M Ogg who has been very low with measles She Is some better low Drummers and stock buyers ire very numerous In this part Mr T C Mars and daughter Beula were in Berea one day last weekMr Ja- Julnn sold to Mr Isaac Bowman a pair of mules for 280 There lias Jn some one visiting the corn cribs around here They had better b careful as they might get tome shot sprinkled near thorn IIOUNK Boone May 16Mr Joe Knuckle who has been quite sick Is some tetherLiss Rcna Smith has been ulte sick for a few days Mr and Irs Jno Wren were visiting relatV5- a Berea Sunday Mr W Anglin of Clear Creek was in this vicinity Sun dayIr and Mrs Wm Gadd of ockford visited relatives here Sun aySir and Mrs Pal Owns s- Ited Mr and Mrs Dan Owens Sarur day night and Sunday Mra Jessie ulun visited Mrs Tom Guinn at- Berea a few days lat week Sun ay school at this place Is progress Ing nicely Miss Lyda Levett visited MJUY Smith on Sunday Jomct llio mas was arrested one day last week for disturbance at Fatrvlew church Sunday Trial is sot for May 17Mr S B McClure railroad foreman Is ranging to move to Livingston soon Mr Will Sims who has been sick ror some time is some better W1MJK- Wlldle May 17ThQ little child of Mr and Mrs Albert Reynoldtt bo- has been sick is better Mr J N eynolds of Paris was thq guest of ir T O Reynolds Sunday night Iss Iloalo Reynolds Is visiting her brother Mr T G Roynolds The lit Ie child of Mr and Mrs Jeff Hotdmon Is very lowMr J T Reynolds and Ir Lllburn Brlnt of Stanford visited ir and Mrs J H Reynolds II1 1t- week MADISONCOUNTV KINGSTON Klngifon May 17Several from- hcre attended the Memorial services at Pilot Knob Sunday Some addresses were delivered among them were the- Rev J W Parsons the Revs Ambrose and Davis O P Jackson and lIss Margaret Cooke Mr Charlie Poell was In Richmond on business FrJdayMrs Coyle who has been vlsilng her daugli er Mrs George Young has returned homeMr and Irs Mark Flaifery entertained a number of people at tholr home Sun OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati ThtH CollcKo was organized In 1845 and the OSth Annual Session begins October 4 1010 Three sessions of seven inuntliH each are re quired for graduation Thin in the first dental college established In the West It IK comlitcntlonnl and has a teneh liag corps of twenty In structorH Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the require ments of modern dentixl education and Its clInlcK arts uiiBUrjmsccd Optional Spring and Fall Courses In clinical Instruction are also givenFor further Information and nnnbnncement nddrens H A SM ITH D D SM Dean 116 Giirfield IMnce Cincinnati Ohio t UJ 1 jPUPeJ Royal BakingPowder intjirovms theflavor L z andadds totho- healthfulnessO ofthe food ROYALBAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro S daj Messrs Tom Ballard and Chester arks left Tuesday for Cluclnuat where they will spend several weeks Mrs Ben Boon spent a few days last week with her parents at lg 11111Mrs Robt Brown and son Bur ton have been visiting relatives hose Mr Roy Hudson was in Berea on business Monday Tho Rev Combs will preach ai the Masonic Hall the firth Sunday and Sunday night the 29thMfr and Mrs John C Powell spent Thursday with L C Powell at Big mil LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN II nUNIHyden Ky I I InIdlvldualsWe are seeking new business and are prepared to take taro ot it 6I A B Everaolc Pros T G Vice Pros Tboa L Gabbard C hlor1 OWSLCV COONT1T- ItAVELLKRS REST Travelers Resi May 1C Sunday school is progressing nicely at this place The Rev Johnson delivered two Interesting sermons here Satur day and Sunday at the Presbyterian I church W T Cecil has bought W M Hamiltons farm near here on Crane Crook for 11050 Tho Travelon Rest Grays opened the season with a I oraHchCIJ1tering friends and relatives hero this weekWe were all glad to read the letter that appeared In The CltlI xen last week from our friend D Creech Wo hope to have the I pleasure of reading another toon I S P Caudill has been asked So the Travelers Heat school this TarI Mr Dudley Wilson of Big Spring Is paying Mr C E White an extended visit this spring INLAND CITY Island City May 14 There has been a largo tldo on South Fork river this week Lightning struck a tree I near Boonevllle one day this week and killed one negro and wounding an other also wounding Albert Drandtn burgTho Ito leghorn are still having their whiskey shipped In and the toys are drunk every Saturday and SundayJ C Gentry left Sunday for Jackson County Wm Mays U Sii Marshal roturned homo Friday from London Federal Courtit Is tcporcd here that Wm 111 Is to be given n KjtrftJon as conduotor on the L and N railroad paccengcr tralnJ C is wearing a bright smile It Is a boun pareslie Graded cchcol tit Island Cl y Five acres near J C Gentrys Horo inns selected and purchased at a ost of OJ T and Till leave for WostJrginla the 20thI i fo a months vwLlt is retorted hat John Poe of Sextons Creek tiJlOtI nnd Instantly killed Robert leoco had Just returned from the i U S Army a fJW weeks ngoIrsI forgarot Hosklns of Blake Is visitl Ing her soninlaw A lJoo Carmack of tills placeJ F Brewer has com lolcd his job of taking the cenI 1jGentry I Manufactured only nell and family visited friends 1iBlake Saturday and SundayJ 1IBrewer will teach at Walnut Grove this year ESTILL COUNTY LOCV HKANCH eLocust Branch May 1611 G Biok nell visited his father W II Dick nell of Berea last Thursday and Fri dnyJno A Illcknell made a busi ness trip to Berea the latter l1ut of last wookIIt Bessie Blckncll who has had three or four hemorr hages of the lungs Is some bojtor lItti Rhoda land of IrvIne has been visiting among friends and relatives r at thU place the past wtitk MUs IlIveIwf town Ohio lojoln her moUnt and deter who are making their home there Tho Rev Lunsford of Droyfua pn aohxi at heaver Pond last Sunday and loft an appointment to be back on the second Sunday Bro Luoeford will probably proach for tho chunSi this year If he can arrange It so Our Sunday school Is growing rapM ly In attendance Irs Amanda Mur phy visited her parents In Jackson County Saturday and SundttLalt Sunday was visiting day In this community v LAUREL COUNTY IIOMIAM- Boubam Stay 15 Everybody le about thru planting corn In this rclghboriiood and several have to plant over again Mr Pleas Cacii IIIR who was kicked bihis horne a lew days ago Is slowly Improving People in this neighborhood stem to- be very much excited over the comet They who have teen It differ very ruch as to Its size Probably toiiie nUtook the morning star for the oinot FACTS ABOUTJONSUMPTION Kentucky baa about 6500 deaths an mally from Tuberculous and It la tlmatod that there are about 20 4 000 consumptives In our state today HospUal provision Is mode for oiify 9 ibout 125 casts In the whole State t and most of these are In JeffersonS ounty t The Kentucky Association for the o Study and Prevention ot Tuberculosis vith headquarters In Louisville istbout to start an active camiwlgn z gainst this white plague In every icctlon of the StatevIt Is aimed that every county shahtia-ye adequate Sanatoria or Hospital revision to care for all cases of ubcrculools thus preventing further n cotton y It la hoped that the people ot Ken ucky will lend tills Association ever aId to make Kentucky one of tho jrcmoat Staioa In projecting tho calth of its people Further InformItlon can be secured by writing to the Executive Secretary Eugene Kerlner at 215 East Walnut Street Louls vllle A Long Farewell She 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