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ICES I DENT 5 BElt EA X BEREA PUBLISHING CO IKCOnrOIlATKD STANLEY FROST Manager FItat the Fottofld at flora Ayv lit second class naH meaer Xl Five centa a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY JUNE 2 One Dollar a year No 4DI u NEWS OF THE WEEK Patten Loses Heavy Sugar Trust Men Confess Swindle New York Horse Racing Nearly OverWon derful Shooting In US Navy Another Confession Hits Lorimer DIG GAMBLER CAUGHT James A ration who got rich lost year by forcing up the price of wheat on the teat of us haa tried to do it again and got caught It Is Bald that he lost several millions and ho Is not clear yet Ho Is also iiiKwO in n big deal In cotton and as J P Morgan la on tho othor side of the marktf thoro aro hopes thai Mr Pat ton will soon have all that is coming to hint SUGAR MEN CONFESSrhreo of tho officials of tho Sugar Trust who wero on trial In New York for tho customs frauds have pleaded guilty aud accepted wentencea This leaves only two on trial and the evldenco against them U very damaging KILLS HORSE RACING The Ag now laws have passed tho Now York state legislature and will soon bo signed They aro Intended to prevent gambling on horeo rams and mako the owners of race tracks criminally recponfilblo If any gambling goes on at the tracks It In supposed that these lawn will prevent any racing and this of course will seriously In jure the horse breeding In Kentucky MOB MRS TAFT Mrs W II Tart wife of tho President carelessly went shopping In a store In Pittsburg and when her Identity was learned the other women In the sore wero to 11ufxlous to sea her that she had to by time police LASSO FOR LIONS Buffalo Jones a cowboy has just got back from Africa whore he went to catch lions with a lasso lie says ho suc ceeded and has brought back ono upeclmcii to prove It NEW DIG GUN RECORD Tho American Navy has the best Bhootlng sailors In tho world and now records aro set every year This years re cord boating the whole world has just been mado by a common sailor on the South Carolina Ho was Moot Ing a twelve Inch gun and mado six teen straight bulls eyes In four min utes and fifty ono seconds How would you like to bo tho target ANOTHER ON LOltftlERA con fession has been made by Son Holts claw of Illinois ono of the men who voted for Lorlmor for tho Scnao He says ho was paid 2500 by a friend of the Blond floss It Is bo loved that this confession glvo clues which will lead to the man who paid tho money originally FLIES 137 MILI SQJenn II Cur tis tho groat American aeronaut has made a worlds record in flying by going from Albany to Now York 137 ml in 2 hours and 32 minutes which In faster than moot trains Ho won 10000 by doing tills SIIOT BY COMRADES Claudo llorttilngton a soldier who went out to tako a nap on tho target range of the Prosldo In San Francisco was shot to death by his comrades last week lIe was awakened by tho shoot Continued on Fifth rage p II OFFICEtKY THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IIVol WeAreConstant In our endeavors to serve you with quality and values J 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 appreciate 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 MRS fROSTS LETTER She Sends Second Missive Tolling of London and Her Experiences ThereBarred from House of Commons Because of Suffragette Fight Visit to the House of Lords 29 South Hill Park Hampstead Heath England laylJrlJ10 Dear friends I left off last week at our arrival In London We spent tho rest of tho day looking at rooms Tho noise and smoky air made us decide to go farther from the center As the city is as long as front Berea to Richmond we could go out a long nay and rtlll be in the city About four miles from the center Charing Cross Is a wild stretch of country of soma seven hun dred acres called Hampstead Heath When tho city of London grow our to Hampstead and took In that town It loft this wild heath for a park l U different from most parks while there aro good walks made in all directions the fields are loft in their natural state and nobody is compell ed to keep off the grass We finally I chose some rooms very near the ledge of this heath The street wo live on U mere quiet than our street In Bcroa In oho yard behind the houa arc several shade trees and some large fruit trope In blossom People here take boarders In n way that Is now to Americans You rent I a sUIng room and the bedrooms you J want The amount you pay for rent I Includes the care of the rooms and the ceding of meals Then you order whatever roOd you wish and it Is cook momIwell In this way wo pay for Just what we order aud wo can have our meals In a private Instead of a public room We aro Uio only boarders In this house so wo have tho use of the second floor all to ourselves and the people do everything for oun com fortAs there aro two dogs two canary birds two parrots a piano and a ba by In tho house thoro seemed a fair prospect for a variety of music but I must say tho baby rarely cries the doaIlcatli whoro we can take long walks Iin the fresh air and climb hills where we will be on a level with the done of Si Pauls cathedral When wo wish to go Into tho city we have quite a choice of routes by way of which wo reach Charing Cross four miles away In half hour Sometimes wo take time tube which Is on electric railway one hundred and fitly feet underground Sometimes we go part way by train and part way by horse omni bus Sometimes we go on the top f a moor bus which gives us a good chance to see all we pass Ono day last week when Edith Cleveland an I wore riding out from the city on the top of a motor bus a gentleman who sat near us asked You aro Americans Then ho told us ho wiy an American and that his Cqntlnufd on fifth pajre I BEREA COLLEG- ECOMMENCEMENT 1 910fJUNK 4Snlnrilny Arnilriujr CJrmlunllon Exercises in Chapel 7130 pint lUNKfl Sumlny Hacmtntirrnte Sunnis Address to Graduates Chnptl Lm The Rev Herbert L Johnson D D Boston f Address to Religious 8ocietle Chapel jy p m The Rev Erwin H Rlchvdi Missionary East Africa JUNK a pad 7 Oml Kxiimlnntlon JUNK 0 Monthly llnriuonlii Society Annual Concert Chapel Tao p m IlINK 7 TurKlny Itvrrn Alumni Anxirlntlnn Tri enntal meeting Chapel 7530 p m Address by The Rev Prescot D Dodge Ttaudg 0 I JUNK 8 AVrdnrnliiy COMMKNCKMKNT- lixhihlts of Vocational Schools 900 a m w Aildreuc of Graduate 9x0 a m Conferring of Degrtei nxaa m Commencement Addreun i sp m The Rev William 0 PniUefoot IndUnipolls The Rev Brwln H Rlclurdi East Africa Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 14 NOT TIME TO SHOUT YET Recent dispatches from Washington tell of time great hope which has come to the Insurgents because Roosevelt has sent for some for n conference after ho gets buck to America They are counting a good many chickens as if they were hatched and claim that Roosevelt will bo with them thru thick and thin This might be very nice AH a generul thing our sympathy is with the Insurgents for we believo theycome nearer working for the interests of the whole country than the Stand patters do But we are not inclined to get enthusiastic about Rooeeveltn attitude yet Mr Roosevelt announced some time ago that he would not make any comment on politics till he got home and the American people ought to know hiU1 well enough to know that he will do just that All Htories about what he may do can easily be set down as guesses at what sumo people would like to have happen When Roosevelt gets ready to announce his position ho will see to it that every one will know about it at once In the meanwhile we wish to utter just a word of to those who think that RopsIleli1JlE Incrr side in the present controversy Maybe he will but there are several things to con elder First Roosevelt will not join the StnndpatterR They are against his policies have been against his policies and will be against his policies They unto him personally and it Is foolishness to believe that he will join with his enemies against the men who have been standing on time whole for the things he believes in Second Roosevelt will not be nu Insurgent He is above all things a practical man and the have oflen this winter thrown away advantages which they might have gained for them solves and the people by insisting on too much He believes some of them like LnFollette go too far in their demands and he stands for justice to the corporations as well as to the people while soma of the Insurgents believe that the corporations are fair game Finally Roosevelt always works inside the party as his whole career proves and ho will not do anything that will make a break What Roosevelt will do we do not know but our bet is that he will take a stand between the two factions a fair compromise ground and will rally both sides around him and lead the reunited Repub lican party to a glorious victory this fall Wouldnt you liko to bo rich f The editor is willing to admit that he would but he gave up all idea of ever getting there when he became an editor So this is a talk for other people One man who is about as rich as any one needs to be is our dear Uncle Joo Cannon While he is not a multimillionaire he has got his million at leaat and that is enough to pay boardwith Also it is enough to pay for all the fun there is in lifeAnd we are favored by knowing once in a while just how the dear old man enjoys himself For instance Uncle Joe once took a country constituent to din nor with him at the swell hotel in Washington where the Speaker stays They had roastingears and Joseph ate almost nothing else Say Mr Cannon asked time coustitueutbov much do you pay for board hero 1I0h about six dollars a day replied the Standpat champion Well commented the friendbnmed if I dont think yen could board cheaper at a livery stable And that was all the good that Speaker Cannons million did him There is not a follow that reads this that cant fill up on roasting ears a good many times a year And it is BO with most other good things Money doeseut help very much after all t HARMONIA CONCERT College Chapel Monday June 6 1910 730 p m Invocation REV A E THOMSON Mighty Jehovah Donizetti OKCIIKSTRA GouuoelhienedictusLILLIAN AMIIROSK MR Rianr ANn CHORUS la I Know That My Redeemer Llveth IlanM LILLIAN AMHROSE a TonraNuncteeEveryAmen Chorus Handel HARMONIAPART Jlrldaj Chorus from liThe Rose Maiden Coven Sweet Genevieve henry Tucker GRACE CORNELIUS Soldiers Chorus from Faust- COLLEOR ClilUHO- ltIttindegger GLEB CLUP The Mariners Trio Miss AMBROSE MR HOPPER MRRinnv O Hall Us Ye Freed 1 rnattifH- ARMONIA I The Power of Habit saving the only road finan cal independence for most people Saving like most things that we do largely matter of habit will help you quite much habit This bank pays per cent interest ed twice year savings accounts One with which start account Berea Bank Trust Coe OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Porter Pres Isaacs Vice Dean Cashier Moore Stewart Cornelius Baker Chrisman Hays Coyle Stephen WASHINGTON LETTER Both Sides Watching Roosevelt Insurgents Most Hopeful Just Now Railroad Bill Goes Its Troubled WayGold Brick to Mr Taft on His Tariff Commission PlanIWashington May 28 1910 would very funny were not sad tho way which time Reactionaries and aro hoping against hope that Roosevelt will not doom them slaughter For years they fought him tooth and nail Whenever there was chance to lilt him they hit His peals their loyalty to time party were mot by laughter his warnings of time danger they were running wero scorned His only method of working with them was by tho of the big stick And now there could nohlng sweeter him wero revenge than the way In which they looking toward him for help Tho storm beating all around them and almost dally some survivor the old guard washed away either drowned appear cued Insurgent The wrath of tho people gathering and these same Congressmen who reviled and con demned Roosevelt aro now trying porsuado themselves that will save Wen Will het There was new plan cooked this week which they hoped was go- Ing to commit Rooacvelu an Indorse meat the They were going to get big dinner New York Taft would there and they would ask Teddy speak Under the Influence the occasion was expected to say something nice that could taken thoo Indorsement Taft and which was hoped would Include Cannon drich Co Really the Stand patters cannot how Roosevelt can against thorn would hurt the party they say Taft has done his best there an election coming and forth SurelyToddy will help And Just the crowd had talked themselves into this pleasant frame of mind the storm broke First was announced that Roose1 volt would not at that dinner Then V3 announced that would dinner given by Colliers Weekly which has led the fight for tho Insurgents recalled that was present such dinner just before left for Africa and that almost every other man there has boon helping the Insurgents along And then finally was that Hamilton 19h1 Now York Insurgent and long time friend of Roosevelt had got letter asking him to come New York for conference and containing thoso wordsYou know how feel about these things but cannot write of them here Now evon this true RooseIveltgood and taking atI least ono guMS Most guesses are that Roosevelt will Insurge along with his friends Jven the bunch looking Vita bank had tolled However will here in three now and will know Iii the matter actual legislation the Insurgents have both son and Continued fifth rage Tt Knowledge Is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge to read a goodt newspaper KENTUCKY 1910 yarning Insurgents I Systematic is to is a Nothing so as in winning a competency 4 compound a on dollar is enough to an J t J h j W H Andrew P Jno F J J A W P J K R H J R E F W M Hayes J W I on Presented D C It bo if It BO to see in Standpatiers to a ap to use be to If ho ful are Is of Is to bo or as a res Is io he a up to of Administration up a In be to of he be as a of 1 Al sec ba It la on so as C A It bo It ho be at a to bo It is ho at a ho It learned a to a I I 1 if is all It Is everybody Is C A are ho be weeks we all of on Is IN OUR OWN STATE Alma Kellners Body Found Horible Murder Comes to Light Hobbs out for CongressWomen Clubs Hit Whiskey RIngLangley I t Seems Safe In Tenth PostofTice W Robbedrnegro THOMAS FOR CONGRESSSen- Thomas has come out to run for the Democratic nomination for Cngress against Cantrill and claims that tho ladder promised 1ilm not to run Judge Hobbs will alto run BODY IN UUGQY The body ol HargIs King of Carlisle was found In a buggy near Mlllersburg Monday Hoi had been shot thru the temple CLUBS AFTER WHISKEY Tho Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs which met In Frankfort last week made a strong attack on the whiskey ring of the state which defeated f the County Unit bill The wo I men charge that the ring also caused ih defeat of tho bill to give liChoollsuffrage to women The whiskeys men are afraid of the influence oil the women In politics the women say and they have declared war all along the lino I YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFEsTwo men were sent to the Peniten teary from Madison County last week One was Vm Sparks charged with the deliberate and cold blooded mur der of Jake Collins lie got two years The other was Walter Jenkeus charged with forging a check for 20 He was sent up for five years LANGLEY SEEMS SAFEReports from the Tenth District are that Langley will be renominated and reelected f There Is some opposition to him but moot politicians eeent lo agree that he Is tho only Republican who can bo pertain of carrying the i districtALMA KELLNER DEAD The body of little Alma Kellner who dis appeared last December was found Monday In the cellar of the Catholic school which she attended Many bones had been broken and an attempt was made to destroy the re mains The janitor of the building has been missing since Jan 16 and Is suspected of murder DEDICATE CAPITOLThe formal dedication of the now state ClpltolIat Frankfort will take place day of this week Large crowds of vis itors aro expected to bo present and addresses many notable speakers will delivertPOSTOFFICE ROBBED Another i i of the ygg9 pest office robberies which are becoming so common In i Kentucky took place early Tuesday morning at Stanford when tho safe I was blown open with nitroglycerine and robbed of 100 In cash and from 250 to 500 in stamps Airships and Explosives Hudson Maxim tho expert on ex t plosives recently declared that therdropping of dynamite from airships upon fortifications vessels or ings would not necessarily be buildftive as the powerful stuff confined to do Its deadliest work DefinefDefinition Does Not What Is whisky has been settled R by King Edwards commission r- oC all grain spirits of potable The question as to what is proofImust remain a matter of preference and capacity r i fr11 111t1111 iii S RuJ31T 13VMARIjNCPAWFOPD AUTHOR Of VMACIIlf5FA ARETHUSA lTCM 12 LJJTRQTIONCe5Y 7WEllC- OPYRJGHr907 BY F MARON CRRWirVRO SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored It a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubles hoping that the stranger would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by the rtrls who blocked the en supplyleavingSand her to down a cliff overlookIng the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car ried CHAPTER I Continued It was a long time since she bad beard any sound from the cave she went to the entrance and listened but all was quite still Perhaps the trav eler bad fallen asleep from exhaustion too tired even to drag himself out into the air when ho could work no Iciger She sat down In the en trance and waited An hour passed Perhaps he was dead At the mere inward suggestion Baraka sprang to her feet and her heart beat frantically and stood still an instant and then beat again as f- It would burst and she could hardly breathe She steadied herself against the rock and then went in to know the truth feeling her way and Instinctively shading her eyes as many people do in the dark A breath of cool air made her open them and to her amazement there was light before her She thought she must have turned quite round while she was walking and that she was going back to tho entrance so she turned again But In a few seconds there was light before her once more and soon she saw the dry sand full of her footprints and the travel ers and then the hollow where the mine was came in sight She retraced her steps n second time saw the light as before ran for ward on the smooth sand and stumbled upon a heap of earth and stones Just as sho saw the sky through an irregu lar opening on the level of her face Scarcely believing her senses she thrust out her hand towards the hole It was real and she was not dream Ing the traveler had got out and was S gone reeking little of what might happen to her since he was free with his treasureBaraka crept up the slope of earth as quickly as she could and got out If sho had hoped to find him waiting for her she was disappointed for ho was nowhere to be seen Ho had got clear away with hIs camelbag full of rubles A moment later sho was lying on the ground with her face In the stream drinking her nil and forgetful oven of the man she loved In order to deprive them of water the men had dug a channel by which it ran down directly from the spring to the ravine on that side then they had blocked up the entrance with stones and earth believing that one mans strength could never suffice to break through and they had gone away They had probably buried or burnt Barakas clothes for sho did not see them anywhere She ate some of the dates from tho dead mans wallet and a bit of the dry black bread and felt revived since her greatest need had been for water and that was satisfied But when she had eaten and drunk and had washed herself in tho stream and twisted up her hair she sat down upon a rock and she felt so tired that she would have fallen asleep If the pain in her heart had not kept her awake She clasped her hands together on her knees and bent over them rocking herself When nearly an your had passed sho looked up and saw that tho sun was sinking for the shadows were turning purple in the deep gorge and there was a golden light on the peaks above She listened then holding her breath but there was no sound except tho tinkling of the tiny stream as it fell over a ledge at some distance below her following Its now way down into the valley Sho rose at last looked upward and seemed about to go away when a thought occurred to her which afterwards led to very singular consequences Instead of going down the valley or climbing up out of It she went back to the entrance of the cave taking the wallet with her dragged herself in once more over the loose stones and earth reached the secret hollow where the pool had been and made straight for tho little mine of precious stones Tho traveler bad broken out many more than he had been able to carry but she did not try to collect them all Sho was not altogether ignorant of the trade carried on by the men of her family for gen erations end though sho had not the least idea of tho real valuo of the finest of the rubles she knew very well that It would be wise to take many small ones which she could ex change for clothing und necessaries with the first women sho met in the iilllo while hiding the rest of the sup ply she would be able to carry In the Wallet When the had made her wise se lectlon she looked once more towards tho quicksand and left the place fqr ever Onco outside sho began to climb the rocks aa fast as she could for verb soan It would be night and she would nave to lie down and wait many hours for the day since there na was no moon and tho way was very dangerous even for a Tartar girl who could almost tread on air High up on the mountain over the dry well where Baraka and the stran ger had been Imprisoned the vulture perched alone with empty craw and drooping wings But It was of no use for him to wait the living who might have died of hunger and thirst wero gone and the body of dead Saad lay fathoms deep in the quicksand in the very maw of the mountain CHAPTER Ik There was good copy for the news papers on both sides of the Atlantic In the news that the famous lyric soprano Margarita da Cordova whose real name was Miss Margaret Donne was engaged to Mons Konstantln Logotheti a Greek financier of large fortune established in Paris and al most as well known to art collectors as to needy governments wouldbe promoters and mothers of marriageable daughters The engagement was made known during the height of the London sea son not long after they had both been at a weekend party at Craythew Lord Creedmores place in Derbyshire whero they had apparently come to a final understanding after knowing each othe t more than two years Mar garet was engaged to sing at Covent Garden that summer and tho first mention of the match was coupled with tho information that she Intended to cancel all her engagements and never appear In public again Tho result was that ths next time sho came down the stage to sing the Waltz Song in Romeo and Juliet she received a tremendous ovation before she opened her handsome lips and another when she had finished the air and sho spent one of the happiest evenings she remembered Though sho was at heart a nice English girl not much over 21 years of age tho orphan daughter of an Ox ford don who had married an Amen can she had developed or fallen to the point at which very popular and successful artists cannot live at all without applause and are not happy unless they receive a certain amount of adulation Even the envy they excite in their rivals is delicious if not almost necessary to them Margarets real nature had not been changed by a success that had been altogether phenomenal and had probably not been approached by any soprano since Mme Bonanni but a second nature had grown upon it and threatened to hide It from all but those who knew her very well Indeed The inward Margaret was honest and generous donna whom most people saw was selfpossessed to a fault imperious when contradicted and coolly ruthless when her artistic fame was at stake The two natures did not agree well together and made her wretched when they quarreled but Logotheti who was going to take her for better for worse professed to like them both and was the only man she had ever known who did That was one reason why she was going to marry him aft or having refused him about a dozen timesShe had loved another man as much as she was capable of loving and at one time he had loved her but a mis understanding and her devotion to her art had temporarily separated them and later whon she had almost told him that she would have him if ho asked her he had answered her qulto frankly that she was no longer the girl he had cared for and he had sud denly disappeared from her life altogether So Logotheti brilliant very rich gifted gay and rather exotic In appearance and manner but tenaci ous as a bloodhound had won the prize after a struggle that had lasted two years She had accepted him without much enthusiasm at the last and without any great show of feel IngLetstry It sho had said and he had been more than satisfied After a time therefore they told their friends that they were going to try it- The only woman with whom the great singer was at all Intimate was the Countess Levon Lord Creedmores daughter generally called Lady Maud whose husband had been In the diplomacy and after vainly try ing to divorce her had been killed in St Petersburg by a bomb meant for a minister The explosion had been so terrific that the dead mans identity bad only been established by means of his pocketbook which somehow es caped destruction So Lady Maud was a childless widow of eight and twenty lien father when ho had no prospect of ever succeeding to tho title had been a successful barrister and then a hardworking member of parliament and ho had been from boy hood the close friend of Margarets father Hence tho intimacy that grew up quickly between the two women when they at last met though they had not known each other as children because the lawyer had lived in town and his friend in Oxford So youre going to try It my dear said Lady Maud when she heard the news 4 1- A J Sho had a sweet low voice and when sho spoke now It was a little sad for she had tried It and it had failed miserably But she knew that the trial had not been a fair one tho only man she had over cared for had boon killed In South Africa and as she had not even tho excuse of having been engaged to him she had married with indifference tho first handsome man with a good name and a fair fortune who offered himself He chanced to be a Russian diplomatist and he turned out a spendthrift and an un faithful husband She was too kind hearted to be glad that bo had been blown to atoms by dynamite but she was much too natural nol to enjoy the liberty restored to her by his destruction and she had not the least Inten ton of ever trying It again You dont sound very enthusiastic laughed Margaret who bad no mis givings to speak of and was generally a cheerful person If you dont encourage mo I may not go on There are two kinds of ruined gam blare answered Lady Maud there aro those that still like to watch other people play and those who cannot bear the sight of a roulette table Im ono of the second kind but IU come to tho wedding all the same and cheer like mad if you ask meIThats nice of you I really think I mean to marry him and I wish you would help me with my wedding gown dear It would be dreadful if I looked Went the like Juliet or Elsa or Lucia Every body would laugh especially as Kon stantin Is rather of the Romeo type with his almondshaped eyes and his little black mustache I I suppose he really is isnt bet Perhapsjust a little But he Is n very handsome fellow Lady Mauds lips quivered but Margaret did not see Oh I know I sho cried laughing and shaking her head You once called him exotic and he Isbut Im awfully fond of him all the same Isnt that enough to marry on when theres everything else You really will help me with my gown wont you Youre such an angel Oh yes Ill do anything you like Aro you going to havo a regular knockdownanddragout smash at St Georges The usual thing Lady Maud did not despise slang but she made it sound like music No answered Margaret rather re gretfully cannot possibly be married till the seasons quite over or perhaps in the autumn and then there will be nobpdy here Im not sure when I shall feel like itl Besides Konstantln hates that sort of thing Do you mean fo say that you would like a show wedding In Hanover Square inquired Lady Maud Ive never done anything in a church said tho prima donna rather enigmatically but as if sho would like toAnything in a church repeated her friend vaguely thoughtful and with tho slightest possible interroga tion Thats a funny way of looking at itl Margaret was a little ashamed of what sho had said so naturally- I think Konstantln would like to have it in a chapel of ease in tho Old Kent Road I sho said laughing Ha sometimes talks of being married In twbcds and driving off In a hansom Then he suggests going to Constan 7 Unoplo and getting it dono by the patriarch who is hIs unclo Really that would be rather smart wouldnt ItrIDistinctly assented Lady Maud But If you do that Im afraid I can not help you with tho wedding gown I dont know anything about the dress of a Fanarlote bride Konstantln says they dress very well Margaret said But of course it is out of the question to do any thing so ridiculous It will end in the chapelofease Im sure He always has his own way Thats probably why Im going to marry him Just because he insists on it I dont see any other very convincing reason Lady Maud could not think of any thing to say In answer to this but as she really liked the singer she thought it was a pity Paul Qriggs the veteran man of letters smiled rather sadly when she met him shopping In New Bond street and told him of Margarets engagement Ho said that most great sing ers married because tho only way to tho divorce court led up the stops of the altar Though he knew tho world he was not a cynic and Lady Maud herself wondered hoW long It would be before Logotheti and his wife separated But they are not married yet Griggs added looking at her with the quietly ready expression of a man I to Entrance and Listened We who is willing that his Indifferent words should be taken to have a spe cial meaning If tho person to whom ho has spoken chooses or is able to understand them as they may bo un derstood but who is qulto sato from being suspected of suggesting any thing If there is no answering word orglanceLady returned his look but her handsome face grow rather cold Do you know of any reason why the marriage should not take placo she inquired after a moment If I dont give any reason am I ever afterwards to hold my peace asked Grlggs with a flint smile on his weatherbeaten taco Are you publishing the bans or are we think ing of the same thing- I suppose wo are Goodmorning Sho nodded gravely and passed on gathering up her black skirt a little for there had been a shower Ho stood still a moment before the shop win dow and looked after her gravely ad miring her figure and her walk as he might have admired a very valuable thoroughbred Sho was wearing mourning for her husband not be causo any one would have blamed her It she bad not done so considering how he had treated her but out of natural selfrespect Griggs also looked after her as she went away becauso bo felt that she was not qulto pleased wlth him for having suggested that he and sho had both been thinking of the same thing The thought concerned a third per son and one who rarely allowed him sole to bo overlooked no less a man in tact than Mr Rufua Van Torp the American potentate of tho great Nickel Trust who was Lady Mauds most intimate frinnd and who bad long desired to mako the prima donna his wife lIe had bought a place ad Joining Lord Creedmoros and there bad laUly been a good deal of quite groundless gossip about him and Lady Maud which had very nearly become a scandal The truth was that they were tho best friends In the world and nothing more the millionaire had for some time been interested in an unusual sort of charity which almost tilled the lonely womans life and he had given considerable sums of money to help It During tho months preced ing the beginning of this tale ho had also been the object of one of those dastardly attacks to which very rich and important financiers are more ex posed than other men and ho had actually been accused of having done away with his partners daughter who had como to her end mysteriously dur- Ing a panic In a New York theater But his Innocence had been proved In the clearest manner and he had returned to the United States to look after tho interests of tho Trust When Griggs heard the news of Margarets engagement to Logotheti ho immediately began to wonder how Mr Van Torp would receive tho intel occurredsire might mako a final effort to rout his rival and marry the prima donna himself the old authors observation suggested such a possibility Van Torp was a man who had fought up to success and tal tune with little regard for the obstacles he found In his Way he had worked as a cowboy in his early youth and was apt to look on his adversaries and rivals in life either as refractory cattlo or as danger ous wild beasts and though ho had some of the old fashiened rancheros senso of fair play In a fight ho had much of tho reckless daring and ruth less savagery that characterize the factdisappearing western desperado Logothetl on the other hand was In many respects a truo oriental su premely astute and superlatively calm but Imbued at heart with a truly eastern contempt for any law that chanced to oppose his wish Both men had practically inexhaust ible resources at their command and both Were determined to marry tho prima donna It occurred to Paul Griggs that a real struggle between such a pair of adversaries would bQ worth watching Thero was unlimited money on both sides and equal courage and determination The Greek was the more cunning of tho two by groat odds and had now the considerable advantage of having been accepted by the lady but tho American was far moro regardless of consequences to himself or to In the pursuit of what ho wanted and short of committing a crime would put at least as broad an interpretation on the law Logotheti had always lived in a highly civilized society even In Constanti nople for it is the greatest mistake to imagine that tho upper classes of Greeks In Greece or Turkey aro at all deficient in cultivation Van Torp on the contrary had run away from civilization when a halfeducated boy he bad grown to manhood in a com munity of men who had littlo respect for anything and feared nothing at all and he had won success in a field where those who compete for it buy it at any price from a lie to a life Lady Maude was thinking of these things as she disappeared from Griggs sight for sho was a little afraid that she had made trouble Ten days had passed since she had last written to Rufus Van Torp and she had told him amongst other things that Mmo de Cordova and Logotho tl woro en gaged to bo married adding that It seemed to her ono of tho most Illas sorted matches of tho season and that her friend the singer was sure to bo miserable herself and to mako her husband perfectly wretched though he was a very good sort In his way and she liked him There had been no reason why sho should not writo tho news to Mr Van Torp even though it was not public property yet for he was her intimate friend and she know him to be as reticent as all doctors ought to bo and as somo solicitors clerks are Sho had asked him not to tell any ono till ho heard of the engagement from some one else He had not spoken of It but something elso had happened Ho had cabled to Lady Maud that he was com ing back to England by tho next steamer He often came out and went back suddenly two or three times at short Intervals and then stayed away for many months but Lady Maud I thought there could not bo much doubt as to his reason for coming now She know well enough thnt ho lead tried to persuade tho prima donna to marry him during tho previous winter and that if his passlou for her had not shown itself much of late this was duo to other causes chiefly to tho persecution of which be bad rid him AmericaIthat Margaret had not seemed in clined to accept any one else Lady Maud who knew the man bet ter than he knew himself inwardly compared him to a volcano quiescent Just now so far as Margaret was con cerned but ready to break out at any moment with unexpected and destruc tive energy Margaret herself who had known Logotheti for years and had aesa l 4 him In his most dangerous moods tit A well as In his best moments woulll have thought a similar comparison with an elemental fore quite as truly descriptive of him If It had occurred to her The enterprising Greek had really attempted to carry her off by force on the night of tho final re 11 hearsal before her first appearance on the stage and had only been thwartedt1because a royal rival had to bo locked up as It by mistake larorder to carry her off himself in which be also had failed most ridicu lously thanks to tho young singer friend tho celebrated Mme Bonanni That was a very amusing story But on another occasion Margaret bad found herself shut up with her ort ental adorer in a room from whlcU she could not escape and bo had quit alost his head and It sho had not been tho woman she was she would have fared ill After that he had behaved ijandand now sho talked to Lady Maud about her gown but she still put off naming a day for tho wedding In plta of Logothotls growing Impatience This was the situation whon the London season broko up and Mr Van Torp landed at Southampton from an ocean greyhound that had covered the distance from New York in 6 days 12 i hours and 37 minutes which willidoubtless soem vory slow any ono takes the trouble to read this f tale 20 years hence though the pas sen ers were pleased because It was not much under tho record time for fsteamers coming east Five hours after ha landed Van Torp entered Lady Mauds drawing t room In tho little houso in Charles street Berkeley Square where she had lived with the departod Lena from the time when ho had been attached to tho Russian embassy till he had last gone away Sho was giving It up now and it was already half die mantled It was to ace Van Torp that she was in town In tho middle of August instead of with her father at Craythew or with friends In Scotland London was as hot as it could be which means that a New Yorker would have found it chilly and an Italian de lightfully cool but tho Londoner were sweltering when Van Torp arrived and were talking of the oppress tpavementstill a moment to havo a good look at i Lady Maud Ho was a inlddlcslzcd rather thickset man with rude hands sandy hair an overdeveloped Jaw and sharp blue eyes that sometimes fixed themselves In a dlsagreeabloIway When ho was speakingayes that had looked into the barrel of another mans revolver onco or twlco without wavering hands that bad caught and saddled and bridled many an unrlddep colt In the plains a mouth like a car petbag when It opened liko a closed vice when it was shut Ho was not a handsome man Mr Rufus Van Torp nor one with whom any one short of a prizefighter would meddle nor ono to haunt the dreams of sweet 16 It was not for his face that Lady Maud good and beautiful liked him better than any ono In tho world except her own father and believed In him and trusted him and It was assuredly not for his money The beggar did not live who would dare to ask him for a penny after one look at his face and thero were not many men on either sldo of tho Atlantic who would have looked forward to any sort ot contest I with him without 410 Jtstoptaking tho white hand In both his own how havo you been Fair to middling About that Well Im glad to see you gladder than a sitting hen at sunrise TO BE CONTINUED Ruskin on Railways One can Imagine perhaps the feel ings with which Ruskin bad he been alive would havo heard the news that a now Alplno railway is now in course of construction Ills most 1 withering sarcasms wore directed against those travelers through the Alps by tunnels who go to balls In Homo or bells at Monaco And he- W B vehemently opposed to all at tempts to beautify the railway station The railroad ho writes in Tho Seven Lamps of Architecture Is in all its relations of earnest bust nens to bo rot through as soon as possible It transmutes a man tromIa traveler Into n lining parcel For the tlmo ho has parted with the nobler characteristics of his human- Ity for tho sake of a planetary power of locomotion Do not ask him to admire anything You might aa well ask tho wind Carry him lafnly dip miss him eoon ho will thank you for nothing else Real Memo Body Miss Harriet NIcklln whose funeral took place at Foloutll England recently hnd never during the i3 years of her life passed a night out of theAhouse In which she was born slept for 11000 nights la Uu same bedroom i ii1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL r PARTS OF KENTUCKY W Y VETERAN FINANCIER Henry Clews Chief Speaker At the Bankers Convention1 i Lexington Ky Henry Clow tho veteran Now York financier delivers y t tho chief address at the annual con J vention of Group Seven of the Ken theyx week his subject being Individual 0 Effort tho Way to Win Success t Capt John II Leathers president of tho Louisville National flanking Co on Tho Problems of Bank Collec J tlon J W Gayle president of theT Peoples Dank of Owenton The Duty of a Bank Collector J R Downing NationalwIC Helm counsel for the Kentucky Legali of the First National Bank of Paris 0K7 Financial Legislation Presi J C Utterback of tho Kentucky 1 I Hankers association also addresses the convention An address of welcomo to the vis I Stars by James K Patterson president emeritus of Kentucky State Uhlvnr I ally and W 6 Davis of Versailles re j sponding Tho Lexington Clearing House association entertains the vltl Countrylton Is president of Group Seven of tho State association and T L South worth of Stamping Ground Is secre tary Tho executive committee is com posed of EH Yates of Georgetown J 3v McCllntock of Pnrls and Louis Marshall of Versailles I I MANY VISITORS EXPECTED IndIcation for a Large Gathering of People to Witness Dedication r Frankfort Ky Reports received hero by thoso In charge of tho dedica lion of tho capitol aro to tho effect that at least 3000 persons will como l to Frankfort from Louisville alone on that day and the railroads will be taxed to their utmost to provide cars to haul tho passengers who aro com ing from other points One of the pas t totexaminer who Is ono of tho primo workers for tho uucccris of tho dedica lion that there will bo 10000 visitors in Frankfort and that it will bo ono of tho biggest if not the biggest event over held Ip tho Capital city MARRIED HIS EMPLOYER Georgetown KyMiss Nclllo Car son 32 one of tho wealthiest and most beautiful women In Scott count married Alfred Crouch 18 one of her farm hands Crouch camo hero from Estill county two years ago when his father wa a federal prionerI In tho Georgetown jail serving a sen t tenco for oonohlnlng Tho happy t couplo will spend their honeymoon in Estlll county FRANKFORT NOTES I Frankfort KTbo Kentucky Heat Telegmphjiciiee Telephone Co appeared before r the board of valuations and assess i menu by representatives protesting against tho raleo in the valuation cf their franchises Frankfort KyThe state board of valuation and assessment fixed tho I franchises on tho Louisville Lighting Co and the Louisville Gas Co thev as lost year The Kentucky Ofnme Co was increased 100900 and the franchise on tho Louisville Railway Co was fixed at 10500000 Agrlv clal trains between Louisville and Dan ville and Cincinnati and Danville and Harriman Tenn as an educational campaign in agricultural matters DANVILLEI1 I I Danville KyTho General Educa 4 tion Board founded by John D Rocko 1 feller with a capital of 32000000 tho interest of which is to be devoted to tt the encouragement of education do I nated 75000 to Central University of Danvltlo at Its meeting held in Now universityjtho only other Kentucky institu I jdonto receive fluauclal consideration ho hands of tho general board TO CLOSE NAVAL OFFICES T Cincinnati OLleut Bean In chargo of tho naval recruiting office I received an ordor from headquarters to close up the branches at Lexington Ky and Athens 0 as at present the enlistments aro very light and It In figured thai tho Cincinnati office will l to able to take care of them I Jackson KyAlexander Combes was shot and Instantly killed from am lCeno tucky river on a raft ELECTED GREAT SACHEM KENTUCKY IFI Homer J Northcutt of Ccvington has been elected Great Sachem of the Kentucky Red Men Mr Northcutt lea former Grant county boy and was a charter member of Oswego Tribe of Red Men Dry Ridge Ky As a Red Man he has been most faithful and has held every Important title that could be bestowed upon him by hli home lodge His selection as Great Sachem for the state comes as a deserved honor and his friends hero both those who aro members of the Improved Order of Red Men and those who are not are delighted that this houor has beau bestowed upon him BEEF CATTLE BREEDERS Ask Government to Provide Station In Blue Crass District for DIp- ping Sheep Lexington leYTho Kentucky Dee Cattle Breeders association held Us convention at tho Agricultural College of State university and was followed by n banquet at the Phoenix hotel The most Important action was the asking of tho federal government to provide dipping stations lu tho towns of the blue glass so that the sheep from hero will not havo to bo sent first to Louisville and dipped and then sent to their destination Daniel S Combs of Lexington was elected president and J J Hooper of Lexington secretarytreasurer for the ensuing year JUDGMENT REVERSED Frankfort Ky Because of errone ous Instructions by the Bell circuit court in the case of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co against Albert Setters administrator tho 30000 granted for tho death of Setzer was reversed in tho appellate court Tho judgment of tho Franklin circuit court In the case of the Loulsvllla Nashville Railroad Co against G B Massive administrator was af firmedThe amount of the judgment Is 8000 and is the first case of tho kind to bo decided by tho appellate court MILITARY CIRCLES ASTIR Frankfort KyOutbreaks by tho night riders in tho dark patch are causing a stir in militia circles Gov Willson and Adjt Gen Johnston havo determined that tho wisest policies to pursue to catch the night riders will be not to mako public tho movements of the troops Tho ambushing of Milton Oliver Is another feature in the case that baa brought the militia Into service GOT Willson offered an additional reward of 500 for the arrest and con viction of persons who are guilty of intimidating witnesses or threatening them JOYS OF THE PRESS Miss A Louise Babbage assistant editor of tho Brcckenridgo News Clo vorport Ky who Is writing Kentucky stories for the Western Newspaper Union has announced that her dream booklet Joys of tho Press will bo Issued Juno 20th The booklet Is filled with cheery paragraphs by Ken tuckiana in newspaper work and con tains an article by Miss Babbago that will Interest every newspaper worker Tho little book will bo well worth the price 15 cents and many orders have already been booked for It KENTUCKY WIRE TAPS Louisville Indianapolis was chosen as the next meeting place of tho Na tional Wholesale Grocers association In tho closing session of that organiza lion Fred R Drake of Easton Pa was chosen to head the organization for the coming twelve months A largo number of the members left for Mammoth Cave under the guld ance of a local railroad and tho Unto was spent in sightseeing a sort of a picnic windup to the convention Lexington Dr George A Hubbell a former member of tho faculty of Transylvania university here and now of Columbia university New York has been mado president of the Lin cola Memorial institute at Cumberland Gap Tenn according to an an nouncetnent made here Lexington There la likely to be a called meeting of tho stato racing commission for reconsideration of tho case of John Marklcln Chairman E F Clay has asked of other members of tho commission written expressions ny to their views on the subject 0 The Canaanitish Woman Sunday School Lesion for Jana 12 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTMotthew 152128 Memory verses 21 22 GOLDEN TEXT Great li thY faith be It unto thee even 01 thou wlltMatt1528 TIME Early summer of A D 23 a few weeks after the last lesson PLACE On the borders of the country of Tyre and Bldon forty or fifty miles northwest of the Sea of Oalllee Suggestion and Practical Thought Hatred That Repulses ChrlstV 21 Why did Jesus leave Capernaum and GalileeAlready at the time of his highest fame the cloud had arisen that was to cover the whole sky When Interpret- Ing tho feeding of the five thousand Christ insisted upon spiritual food and not literal bread as the supreme gift to men John 62271 many even of his disciples were offended and walked no more with him Wo havo already seen lesson 1 the delegates from tho scribes and Pharisees of Jerusa lem as they watched him to catch him in rome word or act by which they could bring a charge against him What was this charge that the Phar- Isees sought That the disciples of Jesus ate with unwashed handsnot hands that we would consider unclean but hands that had not been washed according to tho Pharisaic rules that had grown up What position did Christ take regarding such observances That the Pharisees were hypocritical wasting their thought and time on empty reg ulations while they transgressed the real law of God What was the Importance of this controversy These twenty verses Matt 16120 sum up the great con troversy of the Now Testament that between the religion of the letter and external obstacles and the religion of tho heart between what St Paul calls the righteousness which is of the law and the righteousness which la of Odd by or grounded upon faith Phil 39 Cambridge Bible What was tho effect of the contro versy on Christ This hatred and bit ter opposition drovo Jesus into retirement again Where did he go this time with his disciples Into the coasts borders region of Tyro and Sidon These flourishing seaports the capitals of Phoenicia are not far from the Sea of Galilee Tyro only about 35 and Sidon 55 miles Love That Christ SeeksV 22 Hew did Christ succeed In his plans for rest Ho could not bo hid says MarkWho broke Into our Lords retreat As we might expect a mother Her daughter Mark tolls ue that it was a little girl was grievously vexed with a devilHow did this mother approach Jesus She must have forced her way Into tho house against opposition She fell at Christs feet Mark and cried doubtless over and over Have mercy on me 0 Lord thou son oi DavidThe H Suppliant Tested Vs 2327 Those that pray are usually tested This is not to Inform Christ whether they are sincere or not since he knows all hearts The First Test was tho difference In race nationality and religion She was by language a Greek see Mark and wo have no knowledge that our Lord spoke Greek By nationality she was a Canaanite of the blood of the original Inhabitants of the land descendants of lIam How did the woman overcome these obstacles By calling Jesus Lord and son of David thus showing some knowledge of the Jewish Mes slab Tho Second Test was silence He answered her not a word How did this woman meet this test of silence By her persistence she continued her beseeching cries The Third Test was tho opposition of tho disciples How did Christ answer the disciples selfish urgings By a remarkable statement of tho unity and restrictions of his mission I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of tho house of IsraelHow tho mother meet this new obstacle By Ignoring the disciples and galngstralght to Jesus once more The Fourth Test was an absolute de nlal from tho lips of Jesus or what seemed such It Is not meet to take tho childrens bread and to cast it to dogs How did the mother meet this ob staclo Truth Lord yet dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their mas ters table Tho Suppliant Rewarded V 28 How did Jesus receive this saying With evident and profound satisfac lion 0 woman great Is thy faith How was the noble mother reward ed for her persistence and faith Dy the complete cure of the little girl from that very hour tho precise moment when Christ had pronounced the words of healing Illustration Everywhere faith 01 the capacity of receiving has A power to claim and demand tho thing which it needs You plant a healthy seed Into the ground The soil acknowl edges Its power no sooner does it feel the seed than it replies it un locks all Its treasures of force the little hungry black kernel is lu mas ter 0 seed great Is thy faith the ground seems to say be It unto then even as thou wilt and so tho miracle of growth begins Phillips Brooks It is persevering It recognizes the meaning of Gods silences as did the Canaanlto of our lesson VALUE OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE Interesting and Able Address Delivered by Sir Alexander Russell Simpson M D D Sc An interesting and able address on the value of total abstinence was recently delivered by Sir Alexander Russell Simpson M D D Sc dean of the faculty of medicine Edinburgh university before an Immense assem blage gathered for tho Scottish na tional Sunday school convention held In the great Scottish center Speaking from the standpoint of morality and science Sir Alexander said in part About a quarter of a century ago some friends In Kingston Out took me on an excursion on the St Law rence river The speaker of the Ca nadian parliament who was of the company made me take notice as we sailed out from the town that the first imposing building wo were passing was a distillery Near by was an In firmary then a lunatic asylum then a prison and after these a cemetery I take It for granted that every teacher before mo has so far consid ered the relation of tho use of alcoholic liquors to disease derangement degradation and death as to have seen the advisability of becoming a personal abstainer Supremo among the dangers that beset all our lives Is the danger Inherent In the common use of alcohol Whatever be the form in which It Is taken wine beer spir Ita or what elsoIt Is a more com mon cause of lose of health of loss of reason of loss ot character of loss of life than any other of the Influ ences that tell upon our complex mechanism An intoxicated man Is limply a man that la in the clutch of a poison This leads me more Immediately In the direction in which I suppose you expect me as a member of the med ical profession to offer some sugges lions as to what instruction It might be desirable to Impart to our young charges if much of the result of all your labor Is not to be blotted out of their lives in later years through Ig norance of tho influence of alcohol on the body and even more on the mind of tho man To begin with young people should be taught that wine is not a necessity of life It is no more necessary for man that for any of the creatures around him There are tribes and communities who live and thrlvo with out It The want of It Is never felt by one who has not begun to use it No household that excludes it from its dietary suffers In anything from its absence The child reared In abstinence has missed nothing that could have helped its growth and development or I will add Its happiness We deny It a place among the nec essities of lIfe But there Is no deny ing it a place among lifes luxuries We must bo quite honest with ourselves and with the young and recog nice that those who habitually or oc casionally drink wine do so because of some gratification it affords But It Is a costly luxury The temporary gratification It yields puts a tax upon the life It Is the most dangerous lux ury In which a human being can in dulge because of the risk to life and health attendant upon its use apart altogether from Its contramoral and antlsplrltual Influences- In a graduation address 18 years ago I took occasion to congratulate the young doctors who during their student curriculum had had the wis dom and the courage to bo members of tho Total Abstinence society and to say to all tho graduates You will not be long In practice before you will prove these five things 1 That alcohol habitually used can of itself produce disease from which the abstainer remains exempt 2 That It will aggravate diseases to which all aro liable 3 That It renders those who ha bitually use It more open to attacks of various forms of illness 4 That the alcoholist has a worso chance of recovery from a fever or an injury than an abstainer 5 That in the crisis of disease the alcobollst gets less benefit from stim ulants than tho abstainer It may occur to some ono askBut what of the people who take their dally glass of wine and live to old age Well with tho splendid equipment of blood and blood vessels with which they were endowed by nature how much longer might they not have lived on had tho deteriorating element been kept out of their system They are likeliest to come near the natural limit of longevity who all their life time keep their blood and tissues clear of the effect of alcohol It Is sometimes claimed for wino as a virtue that It stimulates tho appe tits Hero again experiment and ob servation show that If it Irritates the stomach to secrete more fluid tho secretion Is of lowered digestive quality Instead of helping It hinders diges tion It temps tho drinker to tako In what his stomach cannot property dl cat Pertinent Questions What tools the citizen by talk ol revenue The saloon What makes a man a demon la private The saloon What would reduce our taxes and replenish pocket books and banks The abolishing of the saloon 1885 Berea College 190J FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of aIL Over 60 initrartori 1175 students from 27 stales largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like ixiraself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lecture library and general a vantages as for more advanced students Arlthmetto and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young porson for an 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 Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gen man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables 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 necea nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOObOS 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 the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Cooperal tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost 1 LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Isa free sift The Incidental Fee for most students la 1500 a term S fa courses with Latin and 700 la Collegiata gdPAYMENTthe term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 32950in ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 12105 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 945- WINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle ol term 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ol term 675- SPRING4 i weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examS nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac Uon of a week On board refund in fulL On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which tho student has paid for tho remaining Weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will receive a certificate for onehalf the Incidental too paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by tho sto f dent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people likefa good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 1 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it yon ought to have y JedQyss3koe bends with your foot i 14 Does this look like a comfortI shoe I Yet hundreds of women say I never knew such comfort I Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 5 00H T COYLESYou pay lessor get more MAIN ST BEREA KY joooaoaoaoaoaoeoeo eaoeoeoaoceooooeooeoojI pVicinityt Ii i j nl GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESoi a I ioeoeoaoaoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoel DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONK 153 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky L N TIME TABLE toNorthBound Local Knoxville 630 a m 1100 p m BEREA 129 p m 367 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati 610 a m 825 Pm DImE A 1159 a m 1229 p m Knoxville 700 p m 550 a m Express Trains Stop to let oft and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m m REA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m t Plants For Sale Tomato Cabbage and Sweet Potato Plants for sale at the College Garden or phone J R MULLETT Mr and Mrs Oscar Gabbard of Wai laceton were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Gabbard at the first of tho week1- 11ss Ethel Todd has arrived from Croton Ohio where she has been teachingMiss Glenna Peterson left Thurs day for Wyoming where she expects lo teach this year Mr and Mrs Edwin Fee came last week from their home at Clarksburg Indiana and will be here during Commencement They are the guests of Sir and Mrs J Burdette Prof and Mrs J W Ralne enter talned at dinner last Thursday even ing the followlg Proto and Mrs El lie Prof and Mrs Robertson Miss Bowersox Miss Robinson and the twelve members of the senior class Some one has stolen a big stone basin from between two graves on lot In the Berea cemetery I wish they would kindly bring or send It back Mrs Sallle Cornelison Mrs Alson Baker of Bear Wallow was In town Thursday on business Miss May Harrison entertained the members of her senior classy with Miss Bowersox at dinner at her home Monday evening Miss Mildred Turner Is enjoying a visit this week from her slater Miss Llllle Chrisman with two ether girl friends drove out to her home at Combs Sunday and spent tho day 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 t j 1 Tavern Barber Shop I ENTIRELY NEW J1 CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in ConnectionIDown Stairs S R SEALE Prop I have 20 seta of tomb stone that I wish to sell by Decoration day This will be my last work I shaU en ter a Bible School at ISMr H F Waller cf Paint Lick and tho Rev Mr Carmlchel of Missouri were In town Tuesday Misses Welch and Raymond left last week for their summer ubroad tripi Mr W H Morris of McKoo was town for Memorial Day InI The trial of Grover C Fish has been set for Monday Juno 13 In Nicholas vllle Misses Hatcher and Eyler are ex posing friends for over Commence mentRalph Pa tin Is expecting his bro ther and BlsterInIaw from Ohio toIsee his graduation Miss Parker will be visited by brother over Commencement I t Miss Kato Coddingion Is planning to build oil her lot on Big lUll Pike and will llvo with her mother there next year Eldean Patent flour at Tatums for 70 cents a bagIThe Y tertained by Alwin Todd at his home I Tuesday night The First Yoar Academy Class held a picnic at tho VanWInkle grove on Monday nightI Utlle Dulce Literary Society enjoyed a rare treat last Friday evening when they were Invited to Mrs Marshs at Pearson Hall and were conducted to the top of the building and had their programme there whileI Boatel on the flat roof After a veryI delightful educational program and I singing the society song the young ladles descended to the dining room where cocoa and cake were served by their kind hostess I Mr James M Burgess the super intendent of the Union Sunday ejchool delightfully entertained the teachers and workers of the school at his home last Saturday evening Several musical numbers and readings madeI the evening very enjoyable Delicious refreshments consisting of cako cream and punch wero served I Miss Cameron entertained her wait ers bakers and other helpers with their young lady friends during ves per hour on Monday evening ab President Frosts house A most enjoyable hour was spent and ice cream and cako were served This Is the last of a number of onteraxlnments which Miss Cameron has given dur ing the year to members of the fac ulty and students MRS EARLYS I Commencement Presents BOOKS BIBLES TESTAMENTS I J Porter Drug Company INCORPORATED Berea Kentucky In the Circuit Court at Richmond last week Burnam Baker was fined 300 for shooting M D Bowling at the time Sam Baker was killed No lover of good music In Berea will miss tho Commencement Con cert Monday night The programme Is a long one and each selection Is more than worth hearing The first cntlreIIytea will hoar for the first time Gou nods Sanctus Holy Holy and Bene dlctus Bless us as well ot the Nunc Dlmlttls and Magnificat Those are some of the finest pieces of sac red music ever written and famous the world over In addition there will be solos from the Messiah byt Miss Ambrose and Mr Rlgby In thoIsecond halt tho secular music will be heard again the bridal chorus from tho Rose Malden and there will be a solo by Miss Cornelius a trio and music by the glee club The orchestra will furnish the ac compalnmcnt and In every way the occasion will be norablc Admission 15 cents See tho full programme onIfirst page of thlr paper Tho Senior class greatly enjoyed an outing to Anglin Falls last Thursday Mr J B Walker came Saturday for a few days visit with his mother and sisters COMBINATION SALE On Sat May 28th and Sat Juno 4 1910 at 2 p m we will hold a combination sale at the corner of Center and Main Streets In Berea Ky to sell anything the peoplo have there to sell WP Prowltt Auctioneer ICE ICE ICE I All persons who wont Ice In the IIhouldIIover 60 cents a hundred pounds For smaller quantities tho amount will be left at the gate G D Holllday Phone 169 A Wise Saying Truth never was indebted to a lie Young I Strawberries Friday Better order at once L Three Cans of Elephant Corn for 25c A f All First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea Ky r JOHN Ma MOORE DEADI Dorea and vicinity feel a pang of sorrow over the death of one of their boot known young citizens John I M Moore who lived a few miles north of lJcren Mr Mooro died In the hospital We nestfay morning May 23 DeaUl follow operation on the liver which wasSory serious Ittolf Beside he had a weak heart The doctors faared the operation might seriously affect the heart but It was the last hot e ButI the last resort failed and his happy home along with many other homes wns made sad by the coming of the death angel at 300 Wednesday morn Ing The funeral was conducted by tho Rev C VanWInkle at the Glado church of which Mr Moore had been a member for twelve years Mr Van Winkle preached a fitting aarmon In which he spoke of tho many virtues and exceptionally few vices of JobnI Moore whom ho know to be a Christian and an exemplary t The funeral was attended by one of tits largec crowds ever seen at tho Glade church and the floral display was very beautiful John Mooro was a SOil of J J Moors who for several years was president colnnllsuccessful fanners in Madison CountI John was born near Bores 18S3 and has lived In this couniy nilI his life He was a student In Hirea college for several years anti won the love and admiration of all his teach ers as well as of tho students Ills I best friends were those who knew him best and who were acquainted with tho personal qualities that wont to make his life noble and beautiful Five years ago John Moore married I Miss Sadie Martin of RockcasUe Coun ty and they have lived an almost Ideal life from their marriage until thisIgreat shadow of death crept their ft LI way and took from mrUi a man who would have given hh life for bit wife and little girl The Interment took place Thurs day afternoon In the Berea Cemoery- TlnilfaWmi faiill has the sym pathy of all A FRIEND HOUSE FURNITURE FOR SALE To avoid expenses of moving them I wish to soil the following good Franklin stove small oil heater gasoline water heater fine white tan mel Ice box first class dresser with large oval mirror two wash stands I reed rug and sundry small and use till house furnishings Call at the house and look them over any Unto within tho next ten days I will also I sell my two wheeled tan road cart I very reasonably Mrs Stanley Frost Twin Sables Not Desired In Addition to their other amiable traits the Nigerians have been particularly addicted to twin sacrifice When twins were born the village people placed the mites In a jar and hid them In a bush or fetish grove where they would of course perish While this practice has largely disappeared even today It Is not unknown for one of these twin Jars to bo found Wide World Magazine Eldean Patent Flour lOc a bag cash a- tWJTatums Fresh Groceries North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky BEREA 6BOWUNB GREEN 6 The baseball game Saturday after noon between Western Kentucky State Normal of Bowling Green and a team composed chiefly of Normal students here was close and excit ing all tho way thru and It Don Edwards who pitched had received as good support as tho Bowling Green boys gave their pitcher the score would have stood In Beroaa favor Instead of as it was a CC tie The game was somowhat marred by an injury to one of the Westerners who tried to run over Edwards toward the close and lost a tooth nnd rib Tho game was saved for Berea by Van onbasesinHHKKA All K II V Vat Hoek c 4 I I IMwanU pPark-rr I ti 4 Pagan ah 4 I II-H ce a a 4 I j 5llllCnj1i 4 1 IhlllllI r 4 i M Hasten r f 4 t a f Tuthltl Go f 4 i i 0- 0Tall II 7 4 IIOWIISO Oltlillo Ail k II J- Athutetl 4 Kirk 4 jJW heat 4 t t 1 IIAllIa 4 t t- woodrum t I t 1- u head J It-w kt y r- Tetat 6 7 J The Philosopher of Folly Its love that makes tho world go round says tho Philosopher of Fplly Isnt It a pity that It wouldnt make It go square now and then Question and Answer Do you eat drink or wear clothes asks the Augusta Chronicle Speak- Ing strictly for ourselves wo wear them Houston Post Be Open to Conviction No liberal man would Impute a chargo of unsteadiness to anotherIfor having cimngeiT his opinion Cicero i Greek Shoes and Sandals Greek shoes were peculiar In that they reached to tho middle of the legs They also used sandals The Mean Things A good many married men would re gard a tax on bachelors as a tax on Intelligence Process of Building tom little things men go on to GreatDutch Proverb Science and Imagination Science docs not know Its debt to Imagination Emerson ui The Finest Store Service in Bereat doesnt count for much if it isnt backed up by Right Goods i We believe that we have both We are not afraid of daylight We can not give the public anything that is too good We want our customers f to have the best of everything And in spite of all this rrrs w our prices are never higher than those quoted by other v merchants and oftentimes they are very much lower t We are at your service Come and see our goodsrt RHODUS Cb HAYESMAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY JF J j 1 r r GrippeIand thank you for What Cardul has done for me writes Mrs Sarah CuLnst Grippe which left me in femaletroubleonlythreedoctors or than any oilier medicine 1 ever took Take CARDUII 142The Womans Tonic- For the aftereffects of any serious illness like the Grip useIt Improves the appetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health Cardui is your best friend if you only knew it hashelpedlCardulIngredientsin any drug store except In the ardul bottle Try Cardul Write foe Ladle Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens lor Special tiutrattloat and 64paje book Home Treatment lor Women tent tree M j WASHINGTON Continued from pint rage lost this week some of tholr amend ments to the railroad bill havo gone thru others havo failed It really looks as If the Senate was using what brain It has Insvead of Just taking orders Tho bill is nearly fin Jailed now and aa It stands It Is 4 good It will not do as much as eamo wish and your correspondent ll one of thoso who think mho stock provision knocked out by the Insur gouts would have been better left J Jut on the whole the measure li much batcr than when it started Will It pass No ono knows and the Aldrich loaders are not saying anything Tho C A crowd have been at work revising their programme again This time they aro not HO sure of their being able to get anything thru They will not say for suro that any t of their promises to the President 1 will be kepi They blame the Insur gents for this of course because tho Insurgents limo been amending tho UI1U Tafta plans have been hit 1lnrciand there are evidences that he Is beginning to havo some inklings- of the fact that It has been Aldrich i who tta9 done the hitting It Is a curious fact that the bills which have tailed have been tho ones the Insur Konta wanted mostwhich makes it room to nu outsider m her doubtful whether tho Insurgents were really responsible after all Time three Utlli which are left on tho programme nfo the railroad bill the mildest of tho Conservation bills and a sort of a kind of BullInjunction bill The Senato also will pase the Statehood bill hut the house will not agree to it A little private trouble has como lo Pres Taft this week over the bill for his travel on his long trip Tho 25000 appropriation was used up and then Kane and a bill was Intro duced to pay the rcat Tho Democrats Objected and as tho proceeding was I going by unanimous consent they IrobablyiulOther will be found But In the meantime Rep Tawnoy made an attack on tho Southern Congressmen who had op posed the gran charging them with Inhospitality since much of tho money was spent In vlsllng them Mr Taft wrote a public letter to Taw ney calling him down for this which tont would nob be comploo a mention of the tariff gold brick handed out by the Made a by I House under the careful management I of Cannon Taft has as every one knows declared that while the pre sent tariff Is tho best ho could get It Is not good enough and ho asked the creation of a tariff commission to get tho full facts so that the nexti tariff could be a scientific one Now a scientific rtarlff Is just what la not wanted by many of the men who aro In Conjjreea for their friends and especially by leading Standpatters to a careful scheme was cooked up An tern appropriating 250000 for a tariff commlsclon was tacked on the general appropriation bill There is a positive rule that no new legisla tion can bo passed In an appropria tion bill This was known to Tawney when ho put that pant In and what happened was planned out In advance Da bell Payne and oUters objected to the Item but seemed to be con vinced Then Fitzgerald ono of the Democrats who voted for CannonIIi rules In return for certain Tammany at Albany got up and made a point of order Of course time Item AndIproII I Time whole thing was intended to sato tho Standpatters on the tariff iqtiwKlon this fall and It will fool a good ninny people Practically how i ever these men broke their promise j to Tuft and they have NOT given the country the tariff commission which they promised to him and which Is really demanded The Balllnger case Is over The last argument has been heard and them briefs will be filed on Juno 11I The ttmo for the verdict Is not j Tho fuss over the Navy turned out ai predicted last wek and the two big new battleships were promptly voted for Mr Hale la always against spending money on the navy unless he can see some way of It to go to Maine- I 1 The final effusion ortho week was Sen Lorlmors defense of his election by tho Illinois legislature There have been four confessions of bribery In conectlon with the election and limo best Lorimer could do was to attack tho paper that itNEWS ueLTHE WEEK c I m Pint raal ling and strricd to run out of danger was shot to pieces by stray bul lets It Is believed ho would have 1 escaped If ho had been willing to I crawl instead of stand up A Great Big Load of Our Flour r finds its way into the best homes every day It is bought by peo pIe who require the best without regard to the price Yet Cream p of Wheat flour costs no more than ordinary brands And when I one considers how much farther it goes than common flours our Cream of Wheat brand is really the cheapest Include a sack in your next grocery order BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Ky 1ANDREW ISAACS Prop i F Cleaning and Pressing t Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired i j W C CARPENTER i k i I sack of FithMdg nKx h MEMORIAL OAY lrrtpressvo Ceremonies and Exercise Mark Payment of Honors to Old SoldiersProf Dodge Speaks In Chapel Prof Dinsmores Sermon and Poem ASplended Procession More beautiful and Impressive thai ever It seemed were the services held Sunday and Monday In honor of the vetO ans of the Civil War and their departed comrades Beautiful weather the delayed spring which left us a wealth of flowers and great onjohuslosm all combined to make the occasion ono long to be remembered The memorial service on Sunday was joined by all churches and the floor of time Chapel was crowded Al rcee as tho gray haired veterans fll ed Into tho building and thus paid tribute to their sacrifices for our common country After prayer by Me Pasco and music by tho Aerial Quar tette Prof DInsmore delivered the memorial address taking 7or his text tUo words Not ono hair of his head shall fall to the ground His thrill Ing exposition of tho martial scene In Sauls camp In which the words were first spoken held every ear and he then proceeded to draw a lesson of comfort for tho old soldiers and wont on to toll of the impoivanct ol the strugglo In which they had figur ed and tho need of constantly remind Ing the rising generation of the tact that liberty has been bought with blood Ho closed with the following original poem written for the occas lon Though the last hero of the war Be struck by Times relentless hand Tho peace and love their blessings pourWhere civil warfare rent the land Though agca roll we promise yet Well not forget well not forgot Our Fathers fought at Bunker lint For liberty and deathless fame But left our land polluted Btlll You reft It from a deeper shame That all mankind are brothers yet Well not forgot well not forget How great the cost In human life The homes bereft the orphans cry The widows moan tho awful strife To keep Old Glory In the sky That sacred flag well cherish yot Well not forgot well not forget On Monday Memorial Day the Lust exercises held In the Chapel in tho mprnlng wore in charge or the schools and constated of music recitations and drills by the children Folknvlni this the procession formed to march to the cemetery after the band The flag surrounded by tho voorans head ed tho long line and following came time Womens Relief Corps Sons of Vccerans and then time College each department headed by Its faculty The whole procession took over fifteen minutes to pass a given point At the comclery improsslvo ceromon lee amended limo decoration of the graves Not only were the graves of the old soldiers honored but the members of tho Senior Class decorated those of former Berea workers who now sleep beneath time sod Following the return to tho Campus a basket dinner was enjoyed by several hundred out under Ute trees and at one thirty all again gathered In the Chapel for the evening pr gramme This consisted in on oration by Marshall Vaughn a recitation by Miss Lillian Tuthill and music by Prof Hlgby tho quartette and the band Following tills came the address of the day by Prof LoVant Dodge former Department Commander of tho Kentucky G A Kf which vJgorouslylallllauded to a fitting close and put a finishing touch on a memorable occasion IEASTERN KENTUCKY from lest week Azblll and Miss Ethel Azblll vlalted SuturdayISunday a Mr B W Lalns The Mt Zion and Bethel Sunday school went to Sliver Creek on a fishing trip Sat uiday Mcesrs Reed Hazelwood Roy Hudson and Misses Gussle Rucker and Martha Powell attended the Mem orlal services at Red lull Sunday Miss China Hudson of Beret was tho guest of Mr and Mrs Curt Parks Saturday and Sunday Miss Sarah Rucker of Richmond visited Miss Margaret Crooko last week LAUREL COUNTY t1Trsmiulto Plttsburg May 26Tha Rev P N Taylor who has been holding a ser lea of meetings here is at Altamont Mrs Flora McKlney Is vlaLJng her parents near Plttsburg The Juniors are going to have a DecoraiJon Sun dayMr and Mrs Dan Hlbbard are visiting Mr David Conkllng There will bo meeting at East Plttsburg Sunday at one oclock Everybody In vited Work Is very slack hero now Born to limo wife of Mr Arnold Schuback a fine glrlr Ed Hull has been visiting his sister Sudle Ejdge of Paris Ky STUDENTS AT FISK The following letter to Pres Frost from Jno J Green just graduating from Fisk University will be ofi In terest to many readers of The Citizen Nashville Tenn April 25 1910 I TOO Wm G Froct Ph D D D I Berea College Dear President Frost I As I am Hearing the end of my j college course In Fisk University a sense of duty Impels me to attempt to express my appreciation of the aid end consideration that I have recelv ed from you and Berea I entered Flsl the fall of 1904 and have studied Iln until now I will not try to tell j these yeats have meant to moor what Impression has been made upon me becauto Fisk llko Berea has I many great and noble men and wo men spending their lives In the ser= vice of humanity whose touch I can never lose and whoso lives will ever bo an Inspiration to me It has been said that the first Impressions are time strongest and I am convin ced that this Is true when I recall my short but lnerestlng stay In Be rea I can see Howard Hall the old college pump and the hills decked In natures beauty I see you lending the morning devotion In chapel and can hear time echo of your touching prayers Those Y M C A raecdngs In Lincoln Hall linger in my mind I As I go forth Into the world to wor It shall be my one and constant pur pose to glvo back to the world that touch of these great lives which 1 feel 1 have received to reecho those l high ideals which have been held j up before me In short to do all 1 can for God and humanity i It has been my good fortune this tIour repre StudentIN Y My connection with Flsk has been pleasant and helpful but I can not help being moved when I think of the Injuctico heaped upon us by thoughtless men of Kentucky Ithe I believe It Is not Impossible to the hand of God working oub tho lIatlonsIOU for the aid hope for you a long and happy life crowned with success and honor I remain Yours thankfullyJohn SIX RECORDS BROKEN t Field Day last Friday was from the point of view of keen contests and records broken one of the most successful of recent years While the contests dragged somewhat because of poor management the actual events themselves were spirited and In almost every case Hie records mode creditableIrecords for her many things equaled the performance of the old state records I Following are time summaries 50 yard dashThomson Long Bachman no time 100 yirds dashThomson Long Bowman F 0 time 10 25 west Half mile Garcia Mayfield Bach man time 2 minutes 9 seconds Old record 2 14 25 j QuarterLong Eastham Rogers time 54 35 seconds Old record 55 25 220 dash Canfleld Bachman Roger time 25 25 seconds 220 hurdlcIEdwards Boggs time 30 seconds Mile RuGarcia Mayfield time 4 C8 25 I Pole VaultTracy Tuthlll 9 feet 8 12 In V Tuttle C Flanery Old record 9 foot C Inches i Standing Broad Jump Collins 10 tto Saxton 3 Inches Bowman 10 ft 2 34 Inches I Running Broad Jump Bowman v D 0 19 feet 9 Inches Collins Tuthill Old record 19 feet 3 Inches I High JumprColllns Hill and Tut hlll tied at G feet 4 12 Inches I Rifle Match McFerrou and May 18 points each J C Bowman 17 Boz arth 15- HopstopI and Jump Bowman D 0 42 feet 2 12 Collins Ttwhlll Shot put Collins 35 feet Bowman 1 DO 34 foot 1 inch Bowman F 0 30 feet 4 Inches Old record 33 feet Throw Saxton 106 feet 1 IHammer Griffin Old record 78 Discus Francisco 94 feat S inches Long Edwards It is seldom that there is such close competition for the honor of winning the most points Collins who took two first cet one record and divid ed another first took the highest honor t with 25 points Saxtons breaking the record of tho hammer throw gave him fourteen points and tied him with Garcia who took two firsts and set a now record in the half mile allII better off had It not been for tho i mistake over tho hundred which re sulted In throwing out the arst hen which lie won He set a new mark for the broad jump and only missed bye a half Inch In taking the record for the htfpstepand jump late In tho day when he was tired out whose name wilt now stand attLongj record for the quarter ntade1 Tuthill made a new record for the pole vault but took no other firsts and had to be content with 12 12 points Tho day was a beautiful one for the games and a large crowd at tended and enjoyed the spout SIGHTS FOR FARMERS Farmers who will be In Berea Com mencement will want to put apart some time to visit the College Farm and Garden and see a number of successful experiments which are be ing carried on there and which are of general Interest and Instruction to all practical farmers Tho wheat rye and vetch arc remarkable and will well repay study Mr Arn old of the United States Department of Agriculture who was here a week ago says that he hosj seen none better In the states of West Virginia Tennessee and Kentucky Other things which are worth seeing aro the garden and the grass ex perimental plot In the Public Square There will bo a guide at each place and also guides can be found at the garden office In the Horticulture Room No 37 Industrial Building Not to Be Tolerated Here shouted the railway official What do you mean by throwing those trunks about like that The porter gasped In astonishment and several travelers pinched them selves to make sure that It was real Then the official spoke again Dont you see that youre making big dents In this concrete platform London TitBits Free to All Lot Owners Pufflelgh is a great advertiser Have you seen him lately No What Is IU He Is opening up a big allotment out Skldooley way and among the other strong attractions he calls special attention to the fact that all the buyers of lots will have free ac cess to one of the finest aerial courses for ballooning and aeroplanlng In the worldl Was Devised by Lord Dewar The bottle that keeps Its contents hot or cold for hours was no catchpenny Invention The glass Vacuum jacket was first devised by Lord De war In 1895 for his experiments In liquefying air and gas Uncle Ezra Say The feller with money to burn Is genly the one who does the moat shlverln Boston Herald MRS FROSTS LETTER pageI doubt ho said you know FelsNaptha Soap better than you do me I am Mr Fels We had seen many reminders of our country In the way of advertisement such as Quaker Oats Heinz Pickles Ingersoll Watches Waterman Iens but to find ourselves riding beside the Inventor or discoverer of a great Am I erican Sean quite exceeded our ex delightIedafter so many mOI1hsIWe feared a genuine London fog such as we had read about but one exhibition i was given us after all The sky had a queer yellow look and seemed very close to tho earth While the sun does not set till after seven we had to light the lights at three In the after noon But a lady told me this was only a blight not a real fog that in the real fog she had been unable to find her own gate and she had been lost In going a few rodSIOne day Cleveland started on his bicycle to see if he could really get out of tho city Into the country He succeeded and went as far as a place called St Albans On his way backj he saw a great crowd of carriages and autos gathered in ono spo Ho asked a policeman what was the matter and the policeman point ed up Into the sky Cleveland looked up and there was a flying machine making a race from London xo Manchester I Through tho kindness of the Ameri can Consul we secured tickets of mission to tho House of P adI The Suffragettes have made so much disturbance In the House of Commons that the doors of that house have been closed against all women Accord ingly I had to be contented with a visit to the House of Lords The room was very rich In carved oak and stain od glass The Llberlals and Conser i conItelcellor on the wool sack He wore a wig of peculiar pattern with long earllko appendages coming to shoulders The clerks sat at a theI near by different The stlosItho speech In which he told why they I wera about to vote for the Budget and why thoy did not wish to Many conservatives have a genuine conviction that the passing of the Budget Introduces an epoch of cala mity for the empire The think It makes an epoch of LiberalsI Both agree that the Ibeenehakenlt seemed rather cruel that those men proceeded to vote for a measure they abominated Tho manners of the House of Lords seem much more coufteoua than of our Senate the order much beter Now they are facing the possibility of being reformed or of being practi tally abolished lamglad to have seen them In their traditional posI- tion The Art Galleries and the British Museum aro never tailing sources of delight Visits to these great store houses should eradicate every vestige of egotism or pride of knowledge in a person as he realizes how little he can know of all there Is to be know even If ho should spend his whole lifetime In acquiring knowledge- A young American woman in the British Muocum spends her time in looking up the ancestry of Americans If any of our friends wish to sot her to work Just let us know Her charges era five dollars per day Sho doesnt promise to find your ancestors only to search for them We think we found ono of Treasurer Oabornes ancestors In the Natloanl Portrait gallery On one of the portraits there wo found this inscription Thomas Osborne eminent statesman Lord High Treasurer In 1673 Earl of Dan by My own relatives seem quite numerous hore The first Marsh I came across is a chimney sweep another a real estate man another as sistant to Campbell Morgan and the other day I found the name on a slab of the cloisters of Westminster Roosevelts doings and sayings are displayed on the first pages of all the papers here and elaborate prepar ations have been made for his reception In London bub now that reception along with most of the great events of tho coming London sea son are suddenly set aside because of the death of the king Last Saturday morning verY early Cleveland came to my room and said The King Is dead When we looked at the morning papers they told us the King had died at midnight that tho great bell of St Pauls had been tolled for two hours as Is the custom when a king dies that many messages had already been received from all overthe world The message aenti o time United States at midnight was received there about supper time and President Tafts reply was printed In the morning papers while London was still asleep The awakening was a sorrowful one that morning Few had known that the Kings Illness was serious and his sudden death seemed to strike the city dumb Many times since we came we have noted how universally King Edward was loved and now the humblest people looker and spoke as though they had lost a member of their own family I have never known a nalonal grief which seemed so deep and real and personalThe seemed all the mote ominous because of time great politi cal stress King Edward had mediat ed between opposing factions One old gentleman said to us Not only wo men but strong men aro saying What will become oC our country I now On Sunday churches everywhere were packed to overflowing All seemed moved by the universal Instinct which In deep affliction sends us to God In the evening Cleveland and I attended the service at West minster Abbey Hundreds of people had stood for two hours at the door In order to get a seat but many had to be turned away after all The great audience all clad In black poaed under the towering arches surrounded by satues of poets and states men made c picture never to be for gotten Tho solemn chant oC the choir boys the bowed audience the fervent response all seemed to say A Nation seeks solace The Scripture lesson for the day happened to be the one beginning Now it came to pass after the death of Moses and when the words rang out Be strong and of good courage be not affrighted neither be thou dismayed for Jehovah thy God Is with thee the hush that tell upon the people Indicated that they were drink Ing In the comfort they longed for Then tho Archbishop of Canterbury went Into tho pulpit From strength to strength was his text He traced Gods dealings with England during the last century and declard that the SAmo God would be with them In the futureThe next day thousands of soldiers I lined tho streets on either side to keep clear the way for the heralds who went through the city to proclaim the now king Next week for three days people will pass in pro kingIcomo men of rank and rulers of other na tions will follow the body to the grave Then will be much pomp and ceremony but I doubt If any of the formal ceremonies will be as Impressive an that spontaneous heartfelt service fn Westminster Tho children tell us Abbeyfilghtynlno dcys wo start No place to them Is half so ful as Bores and the Ume begins to seem short when we shall be there SInoerelly oUlSaJ 1 Ellen Frost The Citizen A fimllj niwspapar for all that It rljhl true and Interesting rubluhcd every Thursday at Btrea Xr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated BtanUjp Frost Editor and MnfirI Subscription Ratos rAYAUJS IN ADVANCE 0 i Year IIM MX Month c three Month SS MoneyOrder1 ant stomp The dale otter your name on Itbel bow to what dale iuUcrlplloo la paid If It li not Ranged within three weeka after renewal otify na- Mixing numbirt will be gladly supplied If were oUfied Free premium ehup with now rabscrlptlow tod prompt renewal Send for Premium UK- Xjberal term given to any who obtain new 1 lobtcrlptlona for UI Any one sending ui four froPtrlAavcrtUlnr rate on application IIEUHKK or KKNTOCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It costs nothing to go Joy riding on a hot air wagon Instead of belling tbo eats they 1Ihould be trained to an exclusive sparrow police in Chicago will watch Vthebathing costumes They will not be alone in the work It Is time that rich Americans stopped being meal tickets for foreign forgers of old masters That oyster with 54 pearls was a great Improvement over the ono with 1000000 typhoid germs The big fish stories are coming hi The rain of frogs In northern Indianat is scheduled for an early date Cotton flour and alfalfa biscuits are preparing to oust wheat from Its tronghold In the human stomach playIf those torturers start shaving ravens A Utica womans neck was broken by a hug Cupids fatalities will soon be numbered with those of football A strange thing about the war of the tongs Is that there apparently are r as many Chinamen lIt this country as everThe J winter of our discontent being over we will now begin to figure out 2 how much new fishing tackle we shall need r Seventysix thousand farmers now own automobiles Revival of the f back to the farm outcry Is now part- lyK explained We respectfully call to the weather l bureaus attention the fact that the ice harvest was completed during the regular winter months I A 0 Why shOO college girls smoke icigarettes when there are so many In teresting and useful things for them to do In this short lIteT The man or movement that keeps in the middle ot the road and is not t turned to tho right or left by fads cr follies is pretty sure of success Dead men may tell no tales but 1 some defunct chickens would It they bore upon their pallid skins the date when they went Into cold storage Those Servian princes who have given out that they do not desire rich American brides omit to state what figure they consider n affluence Chicago hotels for transients have r becomo lovely and luxurious but your real Chicagoan will refuse to become a transient merely for that reason Alaskas latest gold field Is yielding S25 a pan Still look at the record made by any girl who catches a mil lionaire husband with her chafing dish A swarm of bees broke up a ball game In California the other day and drove all tho spectators from the grand stand Ono of the remarkable features of the Incident was that the bees never touched the umpirei andFernwell be extended to all Central and South American republics no matter hether they happen to be fighting or preparing to fight just now or not J A Pennsylvania man remembered his wife in his will and also the widow next door dividing his property between them but stipulating that if Jt either started a quarrel her share goes lt to the other The vaunted wisdom of t Solomon could havo pone no further f than this f A Baltimore man wants a divorce f because his wife loves him so much that her caresses and words of en iiI dearment bore him It is hoped that women will not generally regard this C as a solemn warning Our opinion of the man is that he doesnt bulk very Virgo as a lord of creation y A New York paper manufacturer rays that his company gets old rope Ifromall parts of the world and that 80000 tons of it were manufactured Into paper in this country last year This will surprise those who had thought that the only use for old rope yeas in making campaign cigars ve t 1 I HONOR ROOSEVELT GIVEN DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAWS AT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY IS CORDIALLY WELCOMED Former President Wins Hearts of Students and Preceptors Culet Ceremonies Mark Conferring of Honor by Worlds Oldest University Cambridge England With quiet ceremony Cambridge university Thursday conferred tho honorary de gree of doctor of laws upon Theodore RooseveltThe president was accompa nled from London by Mrs Roosovelt and his daughter Mrs Nicholas Long worth As tho made their way through tho narrow winding streets to the home of the great educational in stitutions tho Americans were greet ed by enthusiastic crowds Mr Roosevelt was formally wel comed by Dr A J Mason vice chan cellor of Cambridge university with whom he had a brief chat Then an hour was devoted to a visit to Em manuel college founded In 1548 and where John Harvard tho butchers son who was to become a clergyman In the Massachusetts colony and the first benefactor of Harvard college was graduated in 1631 As Mr Roosevelt accepted his diplo ma the students who crowded tho galleries shouted Teddy I Teddy and the whole audlenca cheered Tho old senate building was packed The galleries were occupied by stu dents and during the ceremony they swung a Teddy bear above the center of the hall where it dangled totbo entertainment of everybody Mr Roosevelt joined in the pleasantry and as bo was leaving the building reached up and patted the toy beast with his hand The audience was decidedly friend ly When the ricechancellor referred to the universitys pest as a friend of peace and a friend of the human race whose fame Is attested by all Eu rope there was a roar of approval from his listeners FRENCH SUBMARINE IS SUNK Every Member of Vessels Crew Num bering 27 DrownedRammed- by Ferryboat Calais France While trying to dive under a terry boat In the English channel Thursday the French sub- marIne Pluvlose was rammed and sunk with all on board The Pluvloso carried a crew ot twentythreo men and four omcers and all went down when the vessel sank The disaster was witnessed by the passengers on the ferryboat Tho ferryboat Pas do Calais crowd ed with passengers bound for Dover had just left Calais when one of her sldo wheels experienced a violent shock Tho captain believing that his boat had struck a buoy stopped his vessel and a moment later the hull of the Pluvlose came to tho surface a short distance astern A boat was hurriedly launched from the ferryboat and went alongside of the stricken craft but the sailors rapped in vain against her metal sides and in a few minutes after tho submarine arose to the surface she sank again beneath tho waters MATHILDE TOWNSEND A BRIDE Washington Heiress Is Married to Peter Goelet Gerry President Taft Attends Wedding Washington Miss Mathilde Town send heiress of = 30000000 and Peter Goelet Gerry of New York were married Thursday at the Washington home of the bride The weddln was witnessed by a brilliant array of guests Including tho president and vicepresident of the United States In point of distinguished attendance It was unequaled In private weddings In Washingtons social history The ceremony was performed by Rev Roland Cotton Smith of St Johns church Miss Townsend was given away by her uncle Charles H Strong of Erie PatHer wedding gown was mado up of point dalencon lace which cost 15000 Patten Is Hard Hit Chicago James A Patten almost on the eve of his retirement was forced to tako the count In one of the liveliest bouts ho has over had with the bears on the board of trade The big speculator acknowledged defeat by throwing several million bushels of September wheat at quotations said to average fully ten cents a bushel under the purchase price Many of his followers likewise suffered losses which in the aggregate amounted to a largo sum The total loss sustained by Patten was J1200 000 and by his friends J800000 ac cording to brokers estimates Defeats Commission Charter Stillwater Okla Tho only Social tst governed city of the first class In Oklahoma and probably In the south west has rejected a commission charter Tho proposition was defeated hero Wednesday by only a few votes Washerwomen Form Union Orange N JA union of washerwomen and charwoman was formed here Wednesday with a membership of 300 The officers say the standard of wages will bo raised from J25 a day to J2 a day Q nr I o sfrfHUL PIONftP Pllit SS WH mywajr u whole fctft crop wamtt 4IkirC rdt 18 DROWNED IN SHIP CRASH COLLISION ON LAKE HURON DUE TO DENSE FOG Freighter Frank H Goodyear Sinks When Hit by the James D Wood Five Escape Port Huron Mich Probably eigh teen persons lout their lives in a collision between tho largo steel steam er Frank H Goodyear of tho Mitchell Transit company any the steamer James D Wood another steel vessel belonging to the Qllcbriat Transporta tion company In Lake Huron about thirtyfive miles oB Point Aux Bar queStThe Goodyear sank In 40 fathoms of water But fivo persona were saved- rhe collision occurred about six oclock Tuesday morning in a heavy fog which overhung the lake A partial list of missing follows Mrs Lillian Bassett wife of cook Algonac Mich John Bassett three years old Algonac Archie Fuller second mate Algonac John Gibson chief engineer Gus Zaetsch first male Algonac When tho steamers came together the crew of the Goodyear which Is reported to havo been struck amid ships had time only to seize life preservers Only a few could jump overboard before the boat began to flU with water The cook had just sounded the second call for breakfast on the Goodyear whoa tho crash camo and many were In the messroom All rushed on deck and then the boat began to sink Several jumped into the water and managed to get out of reach of the boat which was filling fastSuddenly the Goodyear parted In the center and with a sound which could be heard above the whlsUing of the Wood sank out of sight carrying with it all except five on board The bow of the Wood was stove in but she rested on her bulkhead and although somo water flowed Into the bold was kept afloat with the pumps Captain Gibson of the Wood ordered tho lifeboats lowered and gave the crow Instructions to make every pos sible effort to save any of the sailors of the sinking steamer Seek Life of Alfonso Madrid A national campaign of terrorism Instigated by the anarchists has been begun In Spain and tho gov ernment is alarmed over tho situation Stern repressive measures were ordered Tho explosion of a bomb here Monday night followed by the suicide of the thrower coming after the three outrages of the last week In Barce lona is regarded as the beginning of the radicals campaign After search and Inquiry the police believe the last bomb exploded was intended for- King Alfonso Clemlnson Denied New Trial Chicago Motion for a new trial for Dr Haldane Clemlnson convicted of the murder of hIs wife was overruled by Judge McSurely Wednesday A motion in arrest of judgment was granted and sentence deferred to al low appeal Seyler Acquitted by Jury Mays Landing N JTho Jury In the case of William Seyler accused of murdering pretty Jane Adams by casting her into the sea from the mil Ilon dollar pier at Atlantic City Wednesday returned a verdict of not guilty Suspend Four Yale Men New Haven ConnRobert A Kelly of Xenia O Samuel Barr of Moosup Conn Earl H Hale of Glldersleeve Conn and Raymond Goodrich of Portland Conn members of the Shef field Scientific school Yale who borrowed an automobile belonging to- G G Prentice Jr also a scientific school student have been suspended by the Yale authorities as Prentice declined to press the case against them In court The taVfng of the au tomobile was the result of a dare according to the etudettts 0 r T I UNEARTH BIG GRAIN SWINDLE Chicago Firm Loses 700000 by Manip ulation of Conspirators Who Jug gled Bills of Lading Chicago Juggling of warehouse receipts and railroad bills of lading used in connection with the business of Durant Elmore grain operators with offices In Chicago and Albany N Y have caused the loss of 700000 according to reports from the eastern city Monday Conspirators within tho firm and outside accomplices are blamed for the alleged misappropria tion which Involves it Is said only the officials of the eastern branch Ed win W Elmoro vicepresident of the firm and head of the Chicago once departed for Albany last Friday In re sponse to a telegram and still Is thereMoney was obtained from banks In Albany and New York It is said on juggled receipts and bills and the Institutions reported as swindled are declared to be conducting an Investigation seeking to place responsibility and to discover the exact amount of the discrepancy Gibson Oliver treasurer of the grain concern and man agar of its Albany office is reported to have mado a statement ot responsibil ity in connection with tho alleged misappropriation and to have named Henry C Palmer a former employe of the Delaware Hudson railway 70000 GET WAGE INCREASE Standard Oil Adds Many Millions to Pay Envelopes of Its Em ployees New YorkA volutary wage in crease that will affect approximately 70000 men has been made by the Standard 011 company The remark able Increase to workmen who In the entire history of the concern hue never been on strike ranges from 6 to 10 per cent The order is retroactive and became effective May 1 It is estimated that the company will add from 6 000000 to 10000000 to its annual pay roll expense Tho new scale affects employees en gaged in the companys works and tao tories but the once men will not be benefited by this Increase Most of tho employees who will get tho in crease are laborers and the advance applies to all the subsidiary compa ales In the United States Naval Bill Pauses Senate Washington By tho decisive voto of 35 to 26 the senate Monday approved tho twobattleship program which has already gone through tho house Both of tho new ships will be of the Dreadnaught class and the most powerful fighting machines in the world In addition tho senate added a provision to the bill for one submarine boat and six torpedo boat destroyers none of which wore provided for in the bill as it passed the house As the bill goes to conference it provides for two battleships to cost not exceeding 6000000 exclusive of armament two fleet colliers to cost not more than 1000000 each five submarine torpedo boats at a total cost of not more than 2600000 and six torpedo boat destroyers to cost not moro than 760000 each Irish Rioting Is Renewed Cork Ireland Rioting was nowed hero by the rival National factions A large number of persons were Injured 20 of them being sent to the Infirmaries Millers Will Raise Wages Minneapolis Minn Owing to tho increased cost of living several lead ing flour manufacturers of Minneap oils Thursday decided to increase the wages oc their employs eight percent It is expected that the first increase will be announced next week Coal for Panama Washington The Panama Railroad company has entered into contracts with four American firms for semi bituminous coal totaling 646000 tons for the year ending March 31 191L n1M I BALLINSEALICEDFITNESS LAWYERS DECLARE HE FAILED TO RESIST SPECIAL INTERESTS PUBLIC WEAL WAS DISREGARDED Attorney for Secretary of Interior Makes Warm Reply Insisting that His Client Is the Right Kind of Con servatlonlst Washington With tho attorneys on one side scoring Secretary Dalllng r as a man unfl to bo at the head of tho interior department and with the leading attorney on tho other side defending him and denouncing his accusers whom ho termed tho Qlavls QarflcldPlncbot group the Balllngor Plnchot Investigation listened to sum mlng up arguments by counsel Attorneys Drandeis and Pepper told the committee they had produced evi dence which they said established that Balllngor was not vigilant and rca olute In resisting the aggressiveness of special interests and that his course had been characterized by a lack of fidelity to the public interest Attorney Veetrees reply was that Mr Balllngcr was as much of a conservationist as anyone in a proper sense but that ho did not bqlong to tho Plnchot brand of thirtythird degree conservationists who have gono to seed on conservation PLEASOF GUILTY ENTERED Three More Defendants In Sugar Trust Case Aro Convicted Now York Tbo long series of sue prises in the sugar uiiderwelghlng conspiracy trial culminated in tho sudden closing of tho prosecutions case and the entering of pleas of guilty by three of the men on trial for complicity In the frauds on the Wll Hamburg docks of tho American Sugar Refining Co All of them worked under Oliver Spltzer tho dock superintendent also convicted and sentenced to two years In the Atlanta penitentiary but par doned by tho president Counsel for Harry W Walker as sistant dock superintendent and Jean F Voolkcr and James Halllgan Jr checkers withdrew their plea of not guilty as soon as tho government aft er introducing some new testimony announced that it closed its case Sen tence will be passed upon them later Prof Koch Is Dead Bcrllrr Prof Robert Koch the worlds greatest bacteriologist who discovered the bacilli of tuberculosis and cholera died at Iladen Baden from a disease of the heart Tho great savant was only 67 years old and un tit a week or so ago was apparently In excellent health He was born at Klausthal Hanover on December 11 1843 Prof Koch was graduated in 1866 from the University of Goettln gen and while a practitioner at Wall stein began his researches In bacteri ology Ills first writings covering in vestigations of anthrax and tho aeti ology of traumatic Infective diseases marked an epoch in medicine and placed bacteriology on a scientific basis Big Swindle Nipped In Bud Chicago In tho arrest of K A Starkloff and George W Post In Phil adelphia and their Indictment by the federal grand jury In Chicago govern ment officials declare they have nipped in the bud a milliondollar greengoods swindle the first that has been uncovered In Chicago In moro than a decade TOBACCO MARKET Louisville Ky May 27Thero was very little doing on tho local tobacco breaks and prices showed no nuotalila change Tho offerings amounted to 12 hogsheads of burley and 70 of dark Burley prices ranged from J77Gal9fitJ and dark from 300al07C LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati May 21CaUleShll pars J63Ca7GO butcher steers extra 7a72o good to choice 635a690 heifers extra 7a725 good to choice 615a690 cows extra JG7Ga6 Rood to choIce J510aoC5 canners J225a 3BO Bulls Bologna SaG75 fat bulls GCOa6 Milch Cows J2a3 por head lower Calves Extra J8GO fair to good J7aS2G common and large 4a7 HORS Good to cholco packers and butchers 945a9GO mixed packers J940a9GO stags J6GOa775 common to choice heavy fat sows J7GOa875 pigs 110 Ibs and less 87Ga9GO SheepExtra 5 good to choice 125 a47G Spring Lambs Extra J550 n875 good to choice J8a845 common to fair 7a77G clipped lambs slow at J4a6 extra J626 GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati May 21WheatNo 2 red Jll2al1C No3 red 98caJ100 CornNo2 white a5Ma66c No 3 white 65a66ic No 4 whlto C0a62i5 No2 yellow PO afilUc No 3 yellow 60a60 c No2 mixed 60i a61c No 3 mixed GOVaGlc white car 62a64c yellow ear 60a62c mixed car 69aGlc OatsNo2 white 424a43c No 3 whlto 41 6c standard white 41la42c No4 white 40a41o No2 mixed 4ln 41i5c No3 mixed 40a41c No 4 mixed 39a40c Brrley No 2 spring 72a74c No3 65a7Cc No4 CJaGGc extra No 3 spring 70a2c RYeNo2 82a84c r =Charity Thinketh illNo Evil I ii By REV W A CRAWFORD FROST Pa Ur 0f PreUitant Cpbrapat Cfcureh ot Redemption Locuil Point Md 11 It is commonly supposed that when an innocent man Is accused of wrong doing the consciousness of his Inno cence supports him and Is a great comfort to him so much so that the Indignity offered his honor and repu tation cannot hurt his feelings be cause bo Is buoyed up by his eon sciousness of rectitude I do not be hove this I cannot help thinking that an Innocent man accused of a crime suffers far more keenly from the Im putation than a guilty man does A man who has really committed a crime and Is arrested for it suffera fear of punishment but he has a feel ing deep down in his heart that be is getting what ho deserves and besides a man who will commit a crime Is gen erally more careless of what people think about him than Is the man whoso whole life has been scrupulous conscientious gentle and harmless who has always tried to do right and to avoid the slightest Injury to his neighbor In body or In mind When a man of this kind IB suddenly held up to the public as a possible murderer when his every action for weeks s baa been misrepresented and utterly gratuitous falsehoods have been in vented when I say a man of this character Is subjected to these acts ot persecution It Is nothing short of tragic Injustice Is always hard to bear and this Is the worst kind for there seems to bo no repress for Idt From a journalistic standpoint tho fault does not often lie with the reporters They have to go where they are sent and do what they are told and tho majority of them are Intelli gent and honorable men Tho chief trouble comes from irresponsible correspondents who make up sensa tional stories and telegraph them en tirely for the money they make out oMt Underlying much of this terrible In- Justice Is a fallacy namely that tho people have a right to know The general public has no right to know every individuals private affairs If a crlmo has been committed the people havo a right to know only what facts are brought out at a duo and proper trial This Idea that the police or any other authorities havo a right to publish their theories and suspicions no mat ter how many honorable men and women they may dishonor how many hearts they may break and how many lives they may ruin by their Ignorant or malicious Impudence Is monstrous and tho Intelligence of tho American people should be able to devise someway of punishing such offenders It Is tho business of a dotoctlvo to have suspicions but It Is his duty to keep his suspicions to himself When he has facts sufficient to justify him let him make his arrest and then lot tho talking come through the courts Ho has no right to open his mouth about his suspicions and any detect- Ive who does so or the head of any police force who does so and thereby besmirches tho reputation of Innocent persons should certainly bo removed from his omce Tho real root of the matter Is this People are too ready to think evil too apt to attribute the worst motive An the people are so must tho press be for the highest and purest news paper In the land can only keep a certain distance abovo Its constltu envy It must gIve tho news that Its readers desire or It will soon have no readers The persons who are most ready to suspect others of Impropriety are the ones who are themselves Improper The freer we are from evil ourselves tho less Inclined will wo be to think evil of others The New Creation What could wo not accomplish If only we might start life over again Jesus worked a miracle that made 01IC0by sin as well as by disease Jesua created In him both physical and spiritual strength and sent hlmjm his way a new man The afflicted man was given a chance to begin life all over again no longer poor and weak but rich and strong And Jesus did exactly tho same thing for that sin wrecked publican Matthew when ho called him out of a paralyzed Ufo of getting Into the empowered life of giving Matthew began life over again and as a result one of tho four priceless records of Jesus own life bears that publicans name We too may start life over again That is exactly tho offer that Jesus makes to every ono who will follow him Blessed Are the Meek Meekness is patience In the recep tion of Injuries Meekness produces peace Meekness is the reception of Injuries with a belief that God will vindicate us Vengeance Is mine I will repay said tho Lord Meekness Is proof of true greatness of soul It comes from a heart too great to be moved by litho Insults It looks upon those who offer them with pity Meek ness Is neither meanness nor a sur render of right nor cowardice but It is tho opposite of sudden anger of malice ot long harbored vengeance Christ insisted on his right John 1823 and Paul asserted his Acts 1637 and yet Christ was tho model of meekness And no man endured more and more patiently than Paul Train up a child in tho way you should havo gone yourself Spurgeon Kentuckys New State Capitol Building Dedicated at Frankfortw New Building Formally Opened With Elaborate Program I Three Addresses Are Delivered At the Dedica tion ExercisesSome Historical 1 Kentucky Facts H II c I tFrankfortEvery truo Kentuckian full of pride the dedication of the now state capitol for tho capitol building of this grand old commonwealth Is one of tho finest in tho United States and stands as a monument to tho honesty and Integrity of tho peoplo who made it possible Tho capitol commission composed ot Got A K Willson Treasurer E Farley Auditor Frank P James See rotary of State Druner and Attorney dedit principal address and snort talks were made by Gov Wlllson former Gov J Ci W Hccklmra and Mayor James II iolsgrovc mayor ot Frank fort Building Opened for Inspection Following the formal exercises tho building was opened for Inspection by tho public Gar Wlllson and tho other state officials received during tho evening In tho governors reception room The members ot tho 1910 general assembly wore all present and tho ma jority ot the members of tho general assemblies of 190G and 190S who ap propriated tho money for the erection ot tho building were also present to rpjolco with tho citizens that so great l work has been accomplished and that no taint ot corruption attaches- A touching feature of the exorcises was the decorating ot tho grave of tho HeV J McCluskcy Blarney In Frank fort cemetery during tho morning by a committee ot the Frankfort Busi ness Mons club as provided by resolution of that body in recognition of his loyalty to and his exertions In the retention of tho seat of government at Frankfort The grounds surrounding tho capitol were not entirely completed but tho visitors got a fairly good idea ot tho beauty of tho approach to the building when completed Sorne Historic Facti- On December 6 1776 Kentucky County was established by Virginia out of Flncasllo County In tho spring of 1783 Kentucky was erected Into a district and a Court of Criminal as well as Civil Jurisdiction coextensive with tho district was erected says Collins tho historian Tho first court was held at Harrodsburg tho same yearFirst Convention In Danville Tho first convention looking to tho admission ot the district Into tho Union as a State was held at Danville December 1784 and was composed of delegates from each militia company in tho district No definite results were secured as the Virginia Legislature prescribed such restrictions as were not accept able to the leaders of the district Much political excitement followed and it was only after seven conventions were held that tho eighth convocation secured such concessions from the mother stato as were acceptable and called tho ninth convention to meet in Danville iu April 1791 to form havingVThe First Constitution The members of tho ninth and final convention were elected In December 1791 met the following April and formed tho first constitution This constitution was adopted by the people In May 1792 and Isaac Shelby was elected governor TIll legislature elected at the same time mot at Lox ington In Juno of the same year and KENTUCKYS HANDSOME NEW STATE CAPITOL BUILDING AT FRANKFORT Dedicated Juno 2 fixed upon Frankfort as tho future permanent seat ot government Tho first meeting of tho legislature at Lex- Ington was held in a twostory log IIOUBO of which no picture or description Is preserved The second temporary ntato house in which tho legislature met at Frankfort in 1793 was for Its day a rather pretentious iwostory frame residence the homo of Andrew Holmes who donated tho land upon which to erect a permanent building and who also gavo much timber stone etc for the erection of the first permanent state house A fairly good picture of which Is given herewith This building was destroyed by fire In November 1812 and tho second one which was erected 181416 see illustration was burned In 1824 Volumes Could Be Written During the years 182729 tho Classical state house recently vacated and which Is shown In Illustration was erected It was tho seventh building used as a state house Volumes could bo written of this grand old building and tho happenings within its walls for tho greater part ot Kentuckys political history has been made during tho threequarters of a century it had been occupied Within its walls all of Kentuckys famous men of that time have been heard and her greatest Jurists have landed down learned dod stone many of which have been accepted by tho Nation and Sister Com monwealths as the correct Interpctra tion of tho law Cost Over Two Millions Tho now Capitol building grounds electric light plant landscape garden ing and other improvements will cost when completed two and a halt mil lion dollars and there has never been tho least suspicion of graft connected with tho work The building of a new state house commensurate with the wealth and dignity of the Commonwealth had long been considered and discussed at many sessions of tho General Assem bly but It was not until 1894 under tho administration of Gov Bcckham that on appropriation of ono million dollars was made to begin tho work Tho commission consisting of Gov J C W Becklmm Auditor S W linger Secretary of State II V Mc ANDREW HOLMES MAJ JAMES LOVES HOUSE FRANKFORT OCCUPIED IN 1793 A3 THE SECOND TEMPORARY STATE HOUSE- I INSIDE NEW STATE CAPITOL LOOKING FROM HALL Of HOUSE TOWARD THE SENATE CHAMBER Chcsney State Treasurer Henry Dos worth and Atty Gen Hayes together with Architect F M Andrews decided that tho grounds occupied by tho old state house were not enough or that its location In tho center ot tho city was not a suitable place for tho now building Decide to Purchase New Site Accordingly in 1905 Gov Bcckham convened the legislature in extraordi nary session to consider tho matter ot a new location After some weeks consideration it was decided to purchase a now site at the extreme south limit of South Frankfort about a milo from tho old and an appropriation was made to buy tho forty or more acres selectedGround was broken for tho now building in 1906 and tho magnificent building was completed and occupied In less than four years It is one ot tho most complete and convenient Capitol buildings in tho country many persons who are familiar with public buildings throughout the United States pronounce It without a superior for the purposes for which it was erected The illustrations given herewith furnish but a faint idea of its grandeur especially the interior views The viow from tho front ot the hall ot the House of Representatives looking toward the Senate Chamber gives but a poor ex pression of the marble and granite Ill lars and balustrades arches and grand winding stairways which command admiration of all who enter the mag nificent vestibule for the first time Tho room where sits Kentuckys highest court Is a marvel of beauty but the architect and designer seemed to con centrate the power of his genius when he came to plan and decide upon tho furnishing ot tho reception room as signed to tho governor for public occa lions Our illustration gives some Idea of the beauty of this room but it is only to bo fully appreciated when seen Commodious and Convenient Tho various offices for tho depart ments are commodious and convent ent Nothing that would conduce to tho dispatch cf business or the com fort of the officials seems to have been overlooked or neglected After many years ot wishing and waiting those who have felt a pride In Kentuckys First Permanent State House Frark fort Ky Built 1793 and De stroyed by fire 1813 4 1910 KY VIEW THE largo AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky wealth and greatness are rejoiced that she is no longej asharacd to invite a stranger to visit her Capitol It Is but proper to state that tho completion of tho building was under the administration of Coy Augustus E Willson assisted by Stato Auditor Frank P James Secretary of State Don L Bruner State Treasurer Ed ward Farley and Atty Gen James Breathltt and that they have been credited with having malntancd the standard for ability and honesty es tablished by Gov Beckham and his fel low commissioners VICTORY FOR STATE OF KEN TUCKY Washington Tho supremo court in an opinion written by Justice Lurton affirms tho judgment of the court of appeals of Kentucky In tho case of tho BrownForman Co against the state of Kentucky in its attack on the occupation tax In its opinion the court holds that there has been no arbitrary discrimination against tho resident rectifiers and that tho same business carried on beyond the state could not have been subject to a like tax It declares that tho tax Is not upon the product but upon tho bust ness of producing the product In thi attto KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH FEDERATION WOMENS CLUBS Many Prominent Persons Gather at State Capital Frankfort KyClub women from all over Kentucky and many from Ohio and Indiana camo to Frankfort for tho meeting of the State Federa ion of Womens clubs Many of tho leading club women of the state were in attendance Louis ville being largely represented The meetings of tho federation were held in the Christian church which was tastefully and elaborately decorated The program was an attractive one and many social features added to the pleasure of the meeting A boat ride up tho Kentucky river a reception by the governor at tho capitol and a tea by Mrs Willson at tho mansion were among tho social features One of the most Interesting features of tho proceedings was the annual report of Mrs Evelyn Sneed Baraett of Louisville showing the wonderful growth of the federation Delegates took part at the unveil ing ot the restored monument to Dante Doone The exercises were conducted by tho Rebecca Bryan Boone Chapter of tho D A R Miss Fannie Bryan who unveiled the monument is a descend ant of tho Boone family and came to this city from Newport Senator J W Newman presented the monument to the state and Qov tVHlson accepted It in behalf ot the state A reception at the executive mansion followed Election of Officers The 16th annual session of the State Federation of Womens clubs closed with a reception given to the delegates by state officials at the now Capitol The officers of the federation elect ed are President Mrs James Leech of Louisville first vice president Mrs James T Mitchell of Bowling Green second vice president Mrs T J Smith 6f Richmond third vice president Mrs John Thlxton of Owensboro fourth vice president Miss Rebecca Averlll of Frankfort recording secretary Mrs Morris Bartlett of Law renceburg treasurer Mrs R nHutchcraft of Paris auditor Mrs Letcher Biker of Harrodsburg WANTS BETTER DRAINAGE State Board of Health Will Meet with Kentucky Distillers Frankfort KyThe distillers of Kentucky have arranged to meet with tho state board of health about the middle of July in this city for tho pur pose ot considering a means of drain- Ing tho cattlo pens at the distilleries so that they will not pollute the streams upon which they are located Practically every distillery In the state is located on some river or creek and near some river so that the drainage from the cattle pens pollutes the wa ter kills the fish and endangers tho health of the residents along tho river banks Dr John G South of this city a member of the state board is taking an active part in bringing about this meeting as ho has laid down tho law in this county and docs not want to impose a hardship on any distilleries It it can bo avoided MOTHER ENDS LIFE Glasgow Woman Commits Suicide After Kissing Children GoodNight Glasgow KyAfter kissing her three children goodnight and tucking them in bed for the last time Mrs Susie Daniels wife of Charles Daniels committed suicide at her homo by swallowing carbolic acid The hus band was at Powder Mills Hart coun ty on business and tho mother was alone with her children After tho children retired the moth er drank the poison Physicians work ed with her for some time but all ef forts failed and she died without speaking GIRL SWALLOWS BULLET Newport KyMiss Gertrude Huff of West Sixth street swallowed the small bullet with which she had been shot by a boy shooting swallows in the neighborhood The bullet struck her In the teeth and she swallowed it before she knew what it was KENTUCKY RED CROSS OFFICERS Frankfort KyTho American Red Cross society has named the following officers and directors in Kentucky for the society Augustus E Wlllson president Logan C Murray of Louis vine treasurer Miss Nora R Brown of Louisville secretary John B At kinson of Earllngton Bernard Bern helm of Louisville Desha Brcckin ridge of Lexington William L Brow tier ot RusseUvlile Charles E Hodge of Frankfort and William Mackoy ot Covington directors STATE TAXES INCREASED RAISE IN ASSESSMENTS AMOUNTS TO OVER SIXTY- MILLIONS The Raise In Jefferson County Amounts to 19000000 State Will Receive More Revenuer Frankfort KYUpon certification by Frank P James state auditor to each sheriff In the state tho amount of taxes that he must collect under the assessments as equalized by the state board of equalization collection of taxes will begin In the various counties in the state The auditors force worked hard all day sending out the statements to the sheriffs and this is their authority for beginning the collection of taxes Under the law no sheriff can collect taxes until the au dltor has notified him of the amountIcharged against him In the auditors office and this amount depends entirely on the final assessment made by the state board of equalization The increase In tho assessment of all property In Kentucky subject to equalization which does not include bonds and property of that character and description amounts to a total of 64000000 This is tho increase over the assessments as made by the coun ty assessors and equalized by the county board of supervisors This means that the state will collect 320 000 more than would have been collected If the figures of the county assessors had been accepted as final The raise In Jefferson county amounts to about 19000000 and on this tho state will collect about 90 000 more than would have been col lected under the valuations fixed by the county assessor of Jefferson Tho county will receive about 62000 additional so that tho raise in Jefferson will cost the taxpayers of that county a total of about 152000 WHOLESALE GROCERS MEETING Louisville KyIn discussing the prevailing high prices of foodstuffs President D H Dethard of tho Na tional Association of Wholesale Grocers declared in his report to tho con vention that the wholesalers and the manufacturers have been unjustly condemnedStaple ho said are han died by many firms at an actual loss He also said that legitimate and aboveboard competition has becomo universal in so far as the wholesale grocery trade Is concerned It has completely overwhelmed tho old hand methods of scheming and getahead I anyway principle JOYS OF THE PRESS I Miss A Loulso Babbage assistant editor of the Breckenridgo News CIo verport Ky who Is writing Kentucky stories for the Western Newspaper Union has announced that her dream booklet Joys of the Press will be Issued Juno 20th The booklet is filled with cheery paragraphs by Ken tucklans In newspaper work and con thins an article by Miss Cabbage that will Interest every newspaper worker Tho little book will be well worth the price 15 cents and many orders have alreadybeen booked for It BRIEF KENTUCKY TELEGRAMS Frankfort Two ordinances were passed in the city council One provides a 100 fine a day for a telephone company to overate Jn tho city without a franchise and the other 100 a day tor any telephone company to charge a greater rate than is fixed by ordl nance Tho maximum rate is 150 a month for business houses Louisville Articles of Incorpora ion were filed In Frankfort merging tho Citizens Insurance Co and the Citizens National Life Insurance Co of which W G Gregory is president The concerns are capitalized at 1 500000 which probably will be raised to 5000000 according to officials Whltesburg KyTho Hamilton Realty Co sold to the Berwind White syndicate a large area of fine coal and timber land along Knox Peter creek and tho Levisa fork of tho Big Sandy river in Pike county which according to an announcemnet will bo opened for development at an early date Dawson Springs J C McChesnoy was severely stunned by lightning at his home In Caldwell county The bolt struck a wire clothesline stretched be tween tho house and a tree The wire was melted and tho tree split open Tompklnsvllle A graded common school election was hold at Gamaliel and not a dissenting vote was cast This is tho second graded school to be established in Monroe county this yearVersalltesWhlle returning from a trip to Stanford Harry A Schoberth representative from Woodford county in tho legislature was thrown from an automobile and a small bone in his left elbow tractured- HlcItmnnMrs Mary Lcdwldge died at her homo after a lingering illness Death was duo to dropsy She was 76 years old and one of the early settlers of tho count- yMiltonLafayette Hopwood aged 83 years a Trimble county citizen un tit recently died at Indianapolis and tho body was brought hero and buried at Corn Cree- kPrincetonThe body of Miss Mary Louise Barnett daughter of Edward Barnett who Is In the United States government servlco at Manila Pt I an rived here and was burled aI- tl 1 otllo o o East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i co Ho crrti i4 ca ytkUiktd galas 1114111 ten by ttt wetter TII mama o It tot for allUcaUolI bit I u v16sos of tool faith Writs plainly 0 o oe o oaoaoeOSe Berea College Fair for Fire side Industries Will be held Wednesday Juno 8 10 the College Commencement Day In Room 4 Lincoln Hall i Read tho list of premiums and pre pare to mako an exhibit If you should not taken prrtnlum you will fshowyour skill and may have an op to sell something i TAKE NOTICE Entries may be made at any Ume i from noon to 4 p m on Tuesday June 7 or from 7 to 10 a m Wed nesday June 8 1910 All goods entered for premiums must have been made since last Com meneement Day June 9 1909 and must bo tho product of the person to whom the premium Is paid For 1 Instance the premium will be paid to 1 the WEAVER OF A COVERLID and the person owning U or the from which It was made will be given two year rlmaterIal to the same person WOMEN ATTENTION 1Aswe desire to encourage the younger women to weave the pre miums on Rag Rugs are offered this year only to weavers under twenty yejinj of age litany weaver under twenty years oface should be awarded a premium on1ao5VerlId one dollar will be added to the usual premium Home products not included In our list of premiums may be exhibited and offered for sale t We offer fine premiums for hickory or oaksplit baskets melonshaped i There Is quite a demand for such I f baskets 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 find It necessary to charge 10 per cent commission on all sales made 1PREMIUMS OFFERED lit and home l un and home wnen Coverlids fioo Ji oo Homespun Table Spreads Iattcrin too SO Ilnen 100 so Cotton 1ca yea Homespun Pillow Coven f Patterns 100 y 100 51 J Cotton 100 SO- t IJnsey 8 yards 100 50 figured 8 yards 100 so- j00Plain Linen 8 rd5 50 Rig Rugsiiiguredborder ISO 75 Rag Rugs weave ioo So Hickory or Oak Split melon shaped Baskets 200 100 I Axlmudlea homemade Jo a5 l il nand madesplit bottonaChair ISO 15- I Handmade Rustle Chair ISO 75 N No premiums are offered for Linsey or Linen which contains less than eight yards Only second premiums will be given for secondclass arti cles when no firstclass fines are enteredBerea College can not buy Cover lids this year as heretofore as It Is already overstocked Committee on Home Spun Fair JACKSON COUNTY 1ORnUA nGreenha1 May 30John Smith of J N Smith and wife Sunday J D PIerson and family visited John Pierson Sunday Hal leys comet and Caleb Powers are all tho talk Many claim It Is a token of 1Edwards defeat Unknown parties broke Into J N Smiths corn crib one J night the past weekJas Evans and wife visited at New Hope Saturday and SundayDale Minter was before the board of examiners the past week and got a certificate Have not learn ed where ho will teach The hall and wind storm last Tuesday night did much damage to gardens and grow ing cropsJake Moore was the wel 1come visitor of J N Hughes Thurs day night and furnished some fine guitar music KKIlllY KNOB Kerby Knob May 30 Memorial ser vices wcro held at this place run with good attendance and sermon delivered by the Iday Pete Moborly lift will hold hero agair on the second Sunday In June People are very I much behind with their work on ac count of wet weather Mr and Mrs r James Bakor of Hugh were the guests r of James Williams and family Saturday night Mr Hanvey Click Is qulo t poorly with rheumatism Mr Henry Garrett and wlfo visited at Jas Clicks Sunday Some of our teachers are v somewhat disappointed from the ex amination Some having failed entire- lyf and others receiving much lower grades than they had expected r O tfi DOWNWeak Dlad dcr trouble Bullhead Ins DlrzlnaaNerrousoeu 1alnslntheback and feel tired all over pft a pack waytJmonlllthis wonderful remedy At a regulator It baa noS excel Ask for Mother acereAuatrallanLeaf at or Pent by mall for 60 eta 8aml- oFHE AddmaTholotherGra1CoLeRo1N1- I J ni+ e I A I oslvao o o o o o o o o ISAACS Isaacs May 28There was a Bale at Hiram Johnsons today In order to dispose of a portion of Mr Gar I tenons estate Ho died last win telDied May 26th Mrs Molllo Cas teel She loaves a husband a son and n host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss She was a pious Christian woman One of John IX Rlleys children died Slay 19thMr Charlie Punet Is sick ANNVIIIK Annvllle May 30The Sunday school at Uilr place Is doing tint work There were 90 answered the roll call Sunday besldo a number of visitors presentA Christian Endeavor Society was organized at the now school building Sunday night with 10 active members to begin with We hopo to soon have others join us In the workThe Rev and Mrs J F Zwemer are visiting their daughter Mrs W A WorthIngton this weekMr and Mrs J II Short visited Miss Mattie Medlock last Monday Mr Walter Medlock has gone on a drumming trip this week through Jackson County Mrs Polly Ackmon and Mrs Robt Johneon hart gone to Berea Horn to Mr and Mrs M L Watson a boy May 30 Mother and baby are doing ell1lIs9 Laura Isaacs visited In Annvllle the last weekMrs Frank Penning is thought to be improving but continues very lowMm R E Rader was first to see the comet that Is showing in the evening here Frank King who has been very sick Is able to be outI ncnln There Is church service every Sunday after Sunday school at the new school house Died at her home on Moores Creek slay 27 Mrs Mollle Casteel of that dreadful dis t ease consumption She was a Chris tian woman and loved by all who know her She leaves a husband and one child betides a host of frIendsI and relative to mourn her I PAIIHOT I Parrot May 29ooe of the heaviest rains and halls we have had for a long Ume visited this part of tl e country last Tuesday evening doing much damage to the peoples corn and vegetables Mr Buck CunoSln had a working last Friday Much world was done Misses Nora and Minnie RICO of this place took the teachers examination at McKee Mr Frank I Gabbard has received a pension cf six dollars per month He Is now In Hamilton OhioMr E D Arnold and family will start Monday mornI Inc for Jelllco Tenn where they ex pect to stay this summer Mrs Susan I Hellard who has been visiting relatives at tills place for several months has returned to Oklahoma A large crowd attended the Holiness meeting at Letter Box Saturday night Mrs Nancy Tlncher who has been staying with her son Grant of this place left Sunday to stay with her daughter Mrs Margaret Farmer of near Annvllle this summer Hur rah for Edwards our successful Con gressman ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I GOOCIILAND I Goochland May 25The Rev Floyd Taylor filled his regular appointment I at Sycamore Sunday Talmadge Phil I Ups has typhoid feverour drummer Bill Farmer of Berea was In Gooch land the first of the weekJackson Jcnes is In Knox County grading lum ber Jasper Bowman will begin theI merchandise business In Goochland very scon Abo Griffin of Roblnot j passed thru Tuesday on his way parts unknownJ B Rlchardcoir toI Big Hill was In Goochland J W Jones and Ella Dooley of this place attended the examination at Mt Version last week Both made good grades Prof NorrIs of Brass field Is In tLls part buying sheep and cattle Joseph Martin has bought Mrs Saulmons farm of this place and will move soon Sunday school at this place is getting along nicely CONWAY Conway May 30Sirs W M Haye came back from Richmond Sunday but Is not doing welllMr John Baker and family of Barea vlstcd I A Bowman Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Harden Sparkman went to Berea Sunday for Memorial day Mr Sam McIIargue and Mr Hame Bowman and their families were pleasant guests of Chas Bowman Sun daMr Ben Dalton Is back from 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper aACd to learn that there la at least one dread disease that aclence hat been able to cure In all Its ata tes and that Is Catarrh hells Catarrh Cure la the posllivecure now known to the m lca- ltralernlty Catarrh Wing a constitutional ills calC require a constitutional treatment Haifa Catarrh Cure la taken Internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous of the pstem thereby destroying the foundation of he disease and giving the by- nrlldinguptheconstitutioncudsesistinqnature much faith in ita curative poweratbat otTer One Hundred Dollar for any case thalli falls to- rore Send for lilt of testimonials Address R J CHKNNY t CO Toledo 0 Take Sold lNllsforconstipationtalic o Hamilton ObloMr Leonard Ballard was up from Berea Saturday and Su- rdayltr Den Gabbard the drummer Is with home fours for a few days 1 A Bowman was in Jackson last week on buelness Conway is not going to have any operator Will mOE It to SnldJr this weekC Bowman health Is some bettor Mrs Belle Dalley continues aboui the same Mr Elmer Williams Is In very pool health IIOONK Boone May lOThe Rev Wm Durham failed to fill an appointment at Fairview SundaySabbath school li progressing nicely at Fairview with a good attendance Mrs Wm Vat kips returned to her home In Illinois a few days agoJohn Wren mad a business trip to heron one day lost week1lr Harry Woodall of Berea was In this vicinity Sunday Mlsa Jennlo Chasteen Is visiting1 her i tcr Mrs Mag Coffee near Berea Mr John Gadd of Rockford was In this vicinity last Sunday Farmed are hustling this fine weather Miss Ida Trewltt of Conway visited Sunday school hero SundayMr A 11 Levett was a Berea visitor Satur dayThe Rev W Lambert ol ended church at Macedonia Sunday Mr Marlon Chasteen Is erecting a new house on his farm near this place Mr and Mrs James Lambert visited Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd near Rock ford SundayMrs Ida and Mary Wren visited Mrs Susan Wren Sun dayMr and Mrs II T Chasteen visited relatives In Berea Sunday SNIDER Snider May 30 Almount Arthur and family and Robert Sparks and family moved to Llvengood last week Mrs Margaret SIms Is slck1r Solomon Knuckles who has been quit sick Is somo batter Mr Bill Ans Inn and sister Cliessle vlsVcd Misses Bottle and Hattlo Poynter Sunday Miss HaUle Poyhor and Mrs Jessie Quinn made a business trip to Berea last Wednesday Mr Marlon Poyn ter has gone to Morgan Ky to work on the railroad Miss Rena Smith and Edna McClure attended Sunday school a Conway Sunday1- Y1 IInIWildle May 31 fen visited Mr and Mrs Samuel Cof toy Saturday night Hugh CorfeI the little son of Mr and Mrs W W Coffey was badly hurt by a log which rolled over hlm1Ir H II Wood was up at Conway Sunday to see Ida sister Mrs W M Hayes who Is ver- yowMr and Mrs Rance Coffey and Mr and Mrs Harry Chastfen were guests of Mr and Mrs R Branna nan SundayMiss Mary Bronnoman Is visiting friends at Berea The IIt le child of Mr and Mrs Jess Hold man Is not Improving any in health Mr Martin Jones was down from DorM MondayMr J H Brannaman 1s telegraph operaor at night gar this plnce1r A Chostwm and family left Tuesday for Snider where they will make their future home Mrs lohn Crawford visited her parents Mr and Mrs W H Brannaman last weekTh3 Ihtle child of Mr and Mrs Fronton Cater Is slck1r Albert Reynolds was In Berea Saturday Miss BUtle Reynolds is visiting her sister Mrs W A Coffey Miss Kettle Fish left Tuesday for Mt1 Ver lon to visit Monde LESLIE COUNTY illIEN HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Hyden Ky We do i general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and In- dIvIduals thruout eastern Kentucky kVo are seeking new business and wo ire prepared to take care of it A B Eversole Proa T G Lewis Wee Pros Thos L Gabbard CaShier CLAY COUNTY I am In position to give you better Aces and quality on general mer ikandlso than you have been expect hg You ore invited to come and seer yourselfJ Spring Creek Ky OWSLEY CCUNTV- ISIAXI CITY Island City May 26W T Short G D C Wm Slays chief deputy Gentryndone of the most successful raids ever fade in the mountains Thoy captured a moonshlro still on Logs Island ranch thrso miles from Bcakyvlllo Five hundred gallons of beer nine rallons whiskey thirty gallons of IngllngJ J C Gentry purchaso a pair of mules from G B i Palmer for four hundred dollajli i Home Baked Bread iIj Biscuit Cake Pastry- FreshTasteful Health ful and Economicalwhen made with l i t- w BAKING 4 No Alum No LIme POWDER Royal is the onlybaking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I Joe Moore Is quite 111 with fever O M Gen ry ro urned from Beaoy vllle Monday Barney McQueens wife Is very low Said to bo consump UonJ C Gentry has Just iccclvcd a new supply of goodtA fow nights I ago some parties broko Into the store of Robert Hale and took three I bolts dress goods nine pair shoos twenty barlow knives and other goods to the amount of one hundred dollars I Hfi offers 25 cash for one piece of the goods Some one broke Into the store of J C Gentry about one week ago and took six sacks of flour some lard and other things to about the amount of 25 No trace has been ills covered Wm Mays our marshal left Monday to attend Federal Court at Catlottsburff William Hacker has located himself near J C Gentrys store with a complete outfit of black smith toolsJ T Gentry sold his entire land and property to John W Huff and has gone to West Virglna to make his future home Tho body of Steve Fields who was drowned In Sexton Creek Thursday has not yet been found He was thrown from a raft near Feb Nantzs walk log Samuel Peters escaped death by sonic parties pulling him out of the watu on the same tide Harry C Eversole of Boonevllle passel thru this neighborhood Thursday There U ft largoI tide In South Fork river the brides home Andy BcckncJl to Miss Grace Campbell Bright wishes for the couples tutureJ C Gentry will start for Louisville in n fow days to buy goods- TIIAT1LLERS REST Travelers Root May 2aTho recent rains havo swollen Sturgeon Creek doingImanagement of Supt P M Frye K C Garrett and J It Abshear examin ers no one can say they didnt get a fair test In the County examina lion held last Friday and Saturday May 20 and 21s ThlriyUiroo applicants Six First class certificates were Issued to the following S P Caudell Palmer Scott Leo Clark Mack Strong Henry Icnncs and Silas Moore Tho New Hope baseball team played an Interesting game with tho Karnestvilb team Sunday May 2 Score 19 to 13 In favor of New Iope Sam Peters had two raC s break loose by the high tide and were bad ly wrecked Hiram Botner and AleC Splvy will likely continue with their business at this place for another rorC T Gabbard was a business caller In town Thursday 11ICKTOV Rlcetown May 28lrult Is almost- a failure In this section of the county We agree with the Island City cor respondent there Is lots of liquor and plenty of drunken people Its a shame for the rising generation John G Neace of Booneville who has been teaching at Rochester Ky for the past nine months Is home on a va OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY I Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati This College wIts organized In 1845 and the CStli Annual SoHslon begins October 4 1910 Three sessions of BOTCH months each are re quires for graduation This Is the first dental college established In the West It Is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty In structorH Its buildings am modern and well adapted to tho require ments of modnrn dental education anti Us clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring nnd Fall Courses In clinical Instruction are also given For further Information and announcementaddreKs H A SM JTH D D SDenn116 OarfleldPisee Cincinnati Ohio I ctlonA W Huff of LeI Couiuy was here recently sharpening his grist and sotting up n mill for Mr Bishop Henry Gnbbard std wife vtslad relatives at South Hoonevlllo Satur day and Sunday Some of our clU zens are going Into the eng bust ness Blain Gabbard of Berea In visit Ing relatives It this place and Wolf Creek Hazel Gabbard Is visiting Slat Wilson of Cow crock I his week There is going to bo preaching at Grassy Branch tho first Sunday In June Whooping cough Is rowing In our vlclniy nt present L 0 Moore children have iThera arc las of ourInClghlJorhOOlI D Gabbard and Bros of Cow Creek Is very poorly with typhoid and his recovery Is doubtful Misses Brown lee and McGafflck of Cow creek spent Saturday and Sunday May 14 and IS with Misses Pearl and Lucy Gabbard Our friend J G Howl tt of Trav clera Rent was In our midst last week Elmer Gabbard who has been teaching at Buckhorn spent last week with home folks at this placo The como has pasbed and can now bo seen In the west but not so plain as it was In the eastIt seems that Mr Powers Is going to make n general landslide In this section What few there were for Edwards are consider ing the matter of coming over with the Powers gang We are confi dent that old Owslcy will give Mr Powers a handsome majority ESTILL COUNTY STATION CUII r Station Camp Slay 30J P Kelley of Wagorsvlllo was the guest of Tur ner Kelley Friday C II Click and I family spent the day Sunday at J P Kelleys Cleveland DIxon was tho guest of Lewis Hlnior SundaySirs Susie Scrlvncr tins purchased an In i cubator and is planning to go Into the poultry business on a largo scale Turner Kelley was the guest tf Win Isaacs Friday night A Mr Flanery and two of Mr Leo Conglo tons sons paused thru our town on their way to Dayton Ky with three mules that they had purohafcd of Mi George Williams of West Irvine A great many farmers are having to furrow out their corn land and plant It the second time Duo to 10- I much cold raliy weather Goo and W R Lakes of Jackson County were on Station Camp last week buying corn Messrs A B and J B Kelloy got the remainder of their logs out oc the tide last week and sold thorn J C Cox was the guest of Turner Kelley the 22nd Inst Mr Cox expects to return to Illinois sooni I Sirs Lucy Warford and daughter MUM Annie oC Wagcrsvlllo are sick 11Scnales are pretty thickly Ca ten thru this section Mrs Tom R WIN Ii son of Wagcrsvllle was operated on i1 Jot Richmond last week by tho Glb brothers for appcndlcsls Tho 18tiyear old son of Mr Aw WLt of West tIntoyet recovered Tho parent and ramllythave our greatest sympathy I LOCUST Il1tANCIIfI Locust Breech at this place was well attended Sun dalIrof French has been asked to slug at White Oak church next Sun- dayt and will not bo leek to heaver f 111ilISonI community behind with their work j The Ituascll Stave Co have bought j revera boundrlra of Umber In this i i vicinity and are now cuUIng the Urn e IxrSties Boacle Rlckncll who has been 111 is getting betterI W Gen try who was ill a few days ago Is ut again Miss Jeanotto and Maggie Allen of Wleemantown were vlsllng relatives at this placo lat week Jibe A Blcknell and wife were In Richmond last week on buelneailH- arrison r la getting a large practice On account of so much rain 1ho roods are very bad at present Tho road overseers will nerd to get busy pretty noon Tine Wysbrood Lumbar t Co havo closed down buslncssa for a few days IIONIIAM- BonhamI May The farmers are very much behind with their CrollsIowing to the wet weather Old preacher William Templeton 58 years old la very low at tills time and Is not expected to recover Mr Hiram Hicks from Jackson Couiuy was tho guest of K Dcnham Thursday night Mr Dan Heed and wIfe and Mr E Denham wont to Lily Friday night to see old preacher Tcmpleton MADISON It1Sfl COUNTYt lIKingston May 30 Powell and little sister Mollie spent Wednesday with their brother L CpPowell at Big Hill Misses Eva Jessie Young and Ella Ballard were BorcA vial oro Saturday evening Julia Maupln wont to Richmond Sat urday Chester Parks and Tom Bal lard havo returned from a 3 weeks stay In Cincinnati 0Miss ItwsJo Powell went to Borea Sunday to stay with Mrs R J Englo several days Tho Roy Combs filled his regular appointment at the Hall So urday and Sunday Mr Davis Muuday and Frank Bentley went to Cincinnati 0 on business last week Mrs Joe Continued on fifth page ISAVE YOUR FOWLS IBourbon Poultry Cure In recognized Uiaitandarri poultry world It is the one remedy that can t depended on with nbttoluto certalaly to cure Bud prercnt Cholera Iloup IGnJCI and nil edu Uif forma of poultry dill drinking water keeps fowlll healthy and free from dlscane A too bottle mate 13 gallon of medicine For the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkey I J hied Bourbon Remedy Co At All Leading DruaaUt OOo par Bottle I I 100101IiFor sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky rr