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I HE5 I IDENT S OFFICE IBEREA KY I I PUBLISHING CO I iBTREApxooueouarxnj- gnowledgefapowerandtha = way to keep up with modern FAULKNER Manager knowledge is to read a good newspaperfra D roted to the Interests of the Mountain PeopleI t1Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 10 1010 One Dollar a year No 51 I j NEWS OF THE WEEK ResulUln Iowa PrimaryLorimerin Nl StraitsCannon DefiantNew Aero plain Record More of the Sugar Trust PINCHOT ATTACKS TARIFF p Qlfford Pinohot speaking before the Roosevelt club In St Paul declares the prenVnt administration U wedded to the fli rid Interests and cites the Aldrlflh thrift M tho bOlt Illustra lion He says that the tariff origin ally a moon of railing wagon bas como to be a moons of Increasing tho cost of living IOWA DRIFTING The suit Re publican primaries were not a land proSTetajIves Dolllvor both progressives claim 11I Victory for tho Insurgents Speaker Cannon II gleeful over the nomina lion of Congressman Smith and of Carroll although tho latter re solved a majority of only about 1500 as against 23000 two years ago when Tunning against the same man Mr t Garst In spite of the conservatism of Iowa the recent primaries return two moro Insurgents to the House j and show a general tendency In Unit directioniStUee who dUcoveraJ the hook worm and how to prevent It says that Rockefellers gilt of 1000030 will mako It possible to rid tho South of this terrible pwt Ho proposes to edu cato the poor ptoplc In sanitation ItAI further claimed that It will solve 7the labor problem and make a new SouthROOSEVELT NEARING HjOME Theodore Roosevelt sailed from South amjiton England the llth lie bolt London without giving them a chance a= to give him a sendoff quietly taking a walk out of the city and stopping hitsreverywhere and by all classes In London the Kaiser introduced tho Colonel to King Alfonso as a symbol i of restored friendship with Strain t The three men spent a vary pleasant evening together j j THE FISHERIES QUESTION AGAIN For ninetytwo years thoro has been a more or less serious dlf Jlference between Great Brltlan and tho fU S over the fisheries in Newfound land waters Treaty after treaty bias r touched tho question Now tho points plri controversy ore to go before tho tribunal at The Haguo for settlement Tho U S thinks Its claims are just and expects a favorable decision but It may be disappointed as In tho case of tho Alaskan seal fisheries case DOES NOT RECEIVE HIS CRITIC President Taft refuses to receive t Representative Harrison of New York because of a speech the later had I r made in which ho accused the admluls tratlon of wilfully attempting to do ceive Congress The reference was ao- f the back dating of the Wlckeraham summary relative to the charges I against Secretory Balllngep iContinued on Fifth Pen e Y roY We Are Constant In our endeavors to serve you with quality and values in a degree so far in excess of what you can reasonably expect that you may be con tinually reminded of the serv ices we render- You will thoroughly ap preciate this every time you wear one of the high grade garments which we sell and feature I Friend Made Clothes Make Friends R R COYLE The Clothier Berea Kentucky COMMENCEMENT As Seen by the Citizen Reporter It didnt lain You may not belle re It If you have been thero before and were not thero lost Wednesday Wo know It always did before and it tamed Tuoaday and Thursday this time but It didnt rain on Commencement day and wo con prove It by several thousand witnesses it you Insist Youought to have been there and then you would know that It didnt rain But maybe you were and wo just happened not to sec you for thore wore BO mojy You couldnt get Into Tabernacle because it was crowded jail day long and so you just stayed with your family out under the trees nod had tho time of your life Or you didnt have a family and wcro not particularly Interested in the texorcUci In the Tabernacle op sitar tho march and tho band music and the first gun had been tired you sauntered along tho streets just to roa what was there and how many peopla you know and you found noarly all your neighbors and a good many of them were Interested In the mmo Wings that attracted you They were looking Into every booth and buying and eating a little lot everything till they felt like they never wanted anything more and they wero buying other things tooft suit of clothes from tho Jew or a bottlo of Patent Medicine from the man that described their condition exactly and then proved to them that one or two bottles would make them well and you saw others who were only Interested In the street preaching or only bought II rubber ball for tho baby and then used it themselves Wo saw you If that was you and you seemed to be having a good tlmo We are glad of It and want you to come again but we saw some things that you didnt see we fear and If you didnt you missed the bust that tho day offered We saw tho Commencement and It was great We saw the demonstration of the work done In the Vocational schools heard the splendid orations of the graduates In the Normal Dcl artment and the College and saw them 10 celvo tholr diplomas C4 young men and young womentheir commence mentWell It is tho only way for our boys and girls to begin their careers It you took no Interest In the ex- ercIses you may not think so but high school and college graduates every whore are proving the assertion true It Is tho only way and our graduates are going to prove It too Who was that man that sat closet the front throughout both the morning and afternoon sessions Ho Is very large and his hair Is turning gray Thero was a twinkle In his eye and a pleasant look on hla face It was easy to toll what ho thought about It all Thoro were hundreds that were interested bqt none showed It moro plainly than ho He evidently ho lieved in beginning ones career In that manner AnLano could nOt help Continued on list page 4SC r rL6ti IIri MR FROSTS GOODBYE Berea Ky June 13 1010 Dear Friends It is with great regretwith unexpectedly great regret that after three years connection with The Citizen I close tint connection with these words of farewell While I am goiugbackto daily news paper workwhich in really my profession as there is a great dif ference between a daily and a weekly paper and have found a place on the greatest paper of the great cityof Detroit and while consid er Mr Faulkner the right wan in the right place and so have no worries over the future of The Citizen still I hate to leave my friends- A man seldom hears good of himself When he dies they put some pleasant remarks on his tombstone but these must be small comfort I In leaving here have been unusually fortunate in that many people have said to we things which ordinarily would be reserved for an epitaph I wish I could make those friends under stand how deeply their words have affected me and how I appreci ate them They have been the please test part of my three years e here I I had it in mind to say a few words today In reply to some of the criticisms I have met as editor but I have decided that after BO long a time if my work does not speak for itself I can not help it by more words To the readers of The Citizen in general there is little to be said I have already expressed as well as I might my high opinion of Mr Faulkner and of his fitness for the place of editor I can only ask again that he receive from you the tumn cordial support and aid which you have given me Help him be his friend and you will find that he is yours And for my personal friends of whom there are manythis is a personal word of goodbye I am sorry that I cannot see and shake hands with all but I can only send this message affectionate fare well Be assured that you have a permanent place in my heart As ever your friend f v Stanley Frost- SHIFTING THE BLAME i It is no use They wouldnt learn if I sent them It These were the words of afarmer to one who was urging him to send his children to school They were spoken in a tone that in dicated that he was disappointed and hurt The children were to blame They just didnt care for books andwouldnt take an education Criticism of the school aud teacher were also implied and it is very likely that they both deserved criticism as most schools and teachers in his day and locality did But the thing of chief note is that the farmer did not think of attaching any blame to himself That was fatherlike andmore it was human We attribute our own failures to outside influences and shift the blame to other shoulders Now there are thousands of other farmers and fathers just like this one and the object of this editorial is to try to show them where most of the blame lies if the children wont learn It may be hard to learn if one has to sit all day on a hard bench that no back to itor if he is a little child and his feet wont ignorantandis possible forBorne children to learn even in those circumstances This farmers children wouldnt learn and the trouble was neither in the children nor in the school It was where he least thought it to be and where it is always most likely to tJeright in the borne itself There were no books In that home There were no magazines and never had been The children bad never seen one No newspaper came to them once a week or at any time The father andmother could read a little but they didnt They had no love joyinthe hogs And their childrens thoughts were confined naturally to the same subjects And they were taken from the field when the crops were laid by and iturte 1 to school They entered a new aud strange world how ever crude it might be There were books there and they were expected to study them What did they care about books Father and mother did not have any and never seemed to need them And as for reading and study what was the use One could farm with out either and make a living too for father and mother had So there was rebellion against the new order Tho confinement to books and hard benches wqs unbearable They longed for out doors They wout learn Those is no use Possiblyone in a hundredmight learn but hardly more The old farmer told the truth but ho missed the reason The home is the first school and HB impressions are the deep est It should begin the work that it expects the school to do The child should see some books and become familiar with them play with them if he wants to If he knows their value by hearing them read he will not harm them And there should be a magazine and newspaper He will think he is reading them when hevie only looking at the pictures and the pictures lead him on Soon he craves to rend and to know what books have in store for him as well an the outdoors and the school becomes a necessity Now he will go and he will learn too Education begins with the school atmosphere in the homethe library small it may beand the reading habit CHEER UP smilingfacevillage street and the effect of his presence upon the few friends passingCheerfulness is contagious and its impressions upon human hearts and lives are more lasting than any impressions however great upon water I Aud gladness of heart con be cultivated Yes gladness of heart You might have a smiling face and deceive some one into thinking you are happy But gladness of heart will produce cheerfulness that Is real And it can be cultivated After all when we come to think about it worry fretting fore unnecessaryfoolishevery one that has indulged in them has hastened the very thing besought to avoid And on the other hand tho there may begood there is no mer it in cheerfulness gladness and smileswhen the sky is bright and all goes well Any one can be joyous then The merit comes when we maintain a cheerful spirit through every trial the world brings us Again our joyousness to be of real value must spring from to days glad heart It must not be the cheerfulness that comes thro hope aloneborrowed from the future The future may not have enough for itself The future may have to draw upon the deposit of the full heart bubbling over today but not today upon the futureWhile sadness kills gladness heals Let us be glad glad to day glad all the timed r 5 r 1C 44bp4 as r x1Y + ag Youll Need Money J As long as you live so dont lay yourself out to spend all you earn as fast as you earn it If you would get ahead and become independent save money regularly and put it in the Berea Bank CQ TrustCo where it will work for you 24 hours every day and earn you 4 PER CENT PER ANNUM Compounded Semiannually k d Berea Bank Trust Co W H PORTER President J F DEAN Cashier WASHINGTON LETTER Adjournment of Congress In Sight Danger Ahead for CannonSpecu lation as to his Successor Taft Forcing the Issue now on all the Administration BillsWill He Win out Washington D C- June 11 1910 That loud and pervasive sound heard this week Is the unanimous sigh of relief of 398 congressmen that the end of tho session is In sight This has been a strenuous session and all ore glad to get thru with It But tell It not In Gath there Is still a fair chance for some fireworks before getaway day Is over with As usual Cannon will be the center of the trouble Ills rather pointed remarks about some of the Insurgents have been neither forgotten nor for given After they had let him stay In as Speaker he went and roasted them to a frizzle For various reasons it did not seem wise to them to hit back just then but It Is safe to say that their wrath has not spoiled In the keeping They are now engaged In finding out whether or not they are big enough to hand our Uncle z hot one and If they are why he will have It to take The plan Is to wait till all the legislative work of the session Is over and then at the last minute when a tight will not delay the carrying Into execution of the party platform to try to havo Cannon thrown out Ai resolution declaring the office Speaker vacant will be Introduced If thero are enough votes to pull It thru And the Insurgents Intend to have en ough votes If thero Is any possibility of doing It They are all hanging around hero looking as If they were waiting for SOme fun and Cannon does not look any happier when he tees some Insurgent smiling a happy smile It reminds him of tho famous case the lady and the tiger You know otI There was a young lady of Niger Went out for a ride on a tiger They crone back from the rJdeIWith the lady Insjde And a smile on the face of the tiger Mr Cannon for once In his life feels as It he were a tender young girl when he sees the Insurgents smiling If Cannon Is knocked out the next thing will be to elect another Speaker There Is a strong chance that it may not bo possible at least for a long time Jf the strong Cannon men get up their backs and refuse to vote for any other Republican there I will be deadlock for the Democrats would not help elect an Insurgent and tho Insurgents would not help elect a Democrat But the chances are that the Cannon men will como down properly and hitch on to the next man There Is no profit in carrying a dead horse Cannon if thrown ouru would be very dead and Congressmen are not In politics for their health If tho Republicans can get together it la likely that they will unite on William I Smith of Iowa He has always been a Cannon man but has managed to carry enough water on I the other shoulder so that he Is good friends with the Insurgents lie stands a better chance of uniting the party than any other man probably He has just won the tight for renomina tion by a very narrow margin and Is Continued on fiftti Pegt4 P IN OUR OWN STATE Kentuckians to Hear Marine Band The Passing of a Noted Politician Night Rider ActivityTwo Con gressional Primaries U S MARINE BAND AT BLUE GRASS FAIR The United States Marine Band will play for the Blue Grass Fair this year August 8 to 13 It Is one of the best In the country I and wljl be a great attraction DR JAMES DEAODr James formerly United States Marshal has passed away He haa long been ono Istllte r I unearthed In Pike County lad the apparel with them has bullet holes In It t NIGHT RIDER WITNESS MUR DERED Juno Robinson an Import k- ant witness In night rider trials at Hopklnsvllle was slain from ambush- He had refused to leavts the country as he had been warned to do I DISTINGUISHED PREACHER CO I- INGIt Is announced that the Rev DeWitt Talmage Jr of Philadelphia will visit several schools In the mountains this summer He will also be expected to preach In a number of places HIs interest is chiefly In the schoolsrof the Soul Winners POWERS WINS SocietyIcontention of Caleb State Central Eleventh Congressional District Com mittee was sustained Mr Powers be- Ing given nearly all he asked directedhto meet July 1C Instead of August 27 The committee Is also ordered to adopt as tho qualification of voters 0 lin the Primary to be held Sept 1C sup111Jrted Republicans or will be at the Nov election 1910 WENDLING THE MURDERER OF ALMA KELLNER The coroners Jury Inquiring Into the cause of thoJdeath of Alma Kellner found that she came to her death at the hands of Wendling the janitor of St Johns Catholic church kneeling at the chan cel of which she was last seen alive The case Is now before tM grand jury for Investigation and Mrs Wndllug has been released from prison there being no evidence against her Wend ling has not been located A HOT FIGHT IN THE OLD ASH LAND DISTRICT J Camptell Can trill Is the present Congressman trqmIthe Seventh District and ho Is a can didate for the Democratic nomination to succeed himself His opponent Is State Senator Thomas of Paris who Is warmly contesting Representative Cantrllls nomination One Interesting phase of the contest Is the part the Burley Tobacco Society Is taking In opposing Mr Cant rilliThe Kentucky Press Association will meet In Mlddlesboro June 2025 Nearly every newspaper In the state will be represented and an Interest Ing session Is expected The citizens of Mlddlesboro aro making groat preparations fOIl the meeting The Commercial Club has raised JlOOOfor the entertainment of their gtetsandnnelaborate pro gram hat beta planned I w i I j 5ThirvrMAnwN CluwroDDAUTWOR OFtfnRAaMrCSFA AR THUM1TCM IILICTRATIOIYJd Y sQ WElL SOPYRGHT 907 D i iYARa Y CRAWf 1RD SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the vicinity of hu homo 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 girls relatives who blocked up the en trance and drew off the water supply leaving the couple to die Barakaa cousin Baad her betrothed attempted to climb down a cliff overlooking the mlnn but the traveler stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car du his out of the tunnel and a carryingbraggems she could carry and pursuit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prima donna became In London to Konstantln Lo Herpknown as Lady was Maud whoso husband had been killed by a bomb In St Peters burg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Tarp an Amen can who had been a cowboy In early life but had become one of the richest men MargaretandvrushedrtoLondonwith as soon as he heard of her He offered Lady Maud 3000000 for her pet charity It would aid him In winnIng- the singer from LogotbetL CHAPTER mContlnulcfI I said I was a wicked woman Margaret answered rising and whats more I believe I am But I qulto forgot you were there Potts or I probably should not have said It aloudYes maam answered Potts meek ly and she went back to her unpack ing Margaret had two maids who were oddly suited to her two natures She had inherited Alphonslne from her friend the famous retired soprano Mme Bonannl and the cadaverous clever tl tempered garrulous dresser was as necessary to Cordovas theatri cal existence as paint limelight wigs and an orchestra The English Potts the meek silent busy and intensely respectable maid continually made it clear that her mistress was Miss Donne an English lady and that Mme Cordova the celebrated singer was what Mr Van Torp would have called only a sideshow The letter that had been torn u before it was finished was to haw gone to Lady Maud but Margaret her self had been almost sure that she would not send it even while she was writingShe written that the had done Tory wrong In engaging herself to Lo gotheU that I was the wickedness she accused herself of repeating th coifaccusation to her astonished because it was a sort of relief to na tho words to somebody She had writ ten that she did not really care for him in that way that when he was sear she could not resist a sort of natural attraction ho had for her but that as soon as ho was gone she felt it no longer and she wished he would not come back that her Ideal of a husband was so and so and this and that and here fiction had begun and she had put a stop to It by destroying the whole letter instead of crossing out a few lines which was a pity for if Lady Maud had received It she would have told Mr Van Torp that needed no help from her since Ma garet herself asked no better than to bo freed from tho engagement Logothetl did not come out to Ve tallies that afternoon because ho was plentifully endowed vlth tact women worn concerned and he a plied all the knowledge and skill he had to the single purpose of pleasing Margaret But before dinner ho telephoned and asked to speak with her and this she could not possibly refuse Besides the day had seemed long and though she did not wish for his pres once she wanted something that Indescribable mysterious something which disturbed her and made her feel un comfortable when she felt it but which she missed when she did not see him for a day or two How are your asked his voice and ho ran on without waiting for an an o ewer I hope you are not very tired after crossing yesterday I came by Boulogne decent of me wasnt it You must be sick of seeing mo all the time so I shall give you a rest for B day or two Telephone whenever you think you can bear the sight of mo again and Ill be with you In 35 minutes I shall not stir from home In this baking weather If you think Im In mischief youre quito mistaken dear lady for Im up to my chin in workI envy you Margaret said when he paused at last Ivo nothing on earth to do and the piano hero Is out of tune But youre quite right I dont want to see you a little bit and Im not jealous nor suspicious nor anything disagreeable So there How nice of you Im very nice Margaret answered with laughing emphasis I know it What Hart of work are you doing Its only Idle curlotfity so dont tell mo if you would rattier not Have you got n now railway in Brazil or an overland route to tno other side of bo randy Nothing so easy Im brushing up nyr Tartar Brusblijg up what I didnt hear Tartar the Tartar language Tar bo began b spell the word JI I hear now Interrupted Mar jY But what In tho world is the 1 4 use of knowing It You must be awfully hard up for something to dot You can be understood from Con stantinople to the Pacific ocean It you can speak Tartar Logothotl an swered in a matteraf fact tone- I daresayl But youre not going to travel from Constantinople to the Pacific ocean=I might One never can tell what one may like to do Oh if its because Tartar Is useful against the bites of sharks an swered Margaret quoting Alice learn It by all means Besides there are all sorts of pee plo in Paris Im sure there must be some Tartars I might meet one and It would be amusing to be able to talk to him Nonsense Why should you ever meet a Tartar How absurd you are Therofl one with me nowclose beside me at my elbow Dont be silly or Ill ring off If you dont believe me listen I He said something in a language Margaret did not understand and an other voice answered him at once In the same tongue Margaret started slightly and bent her brows with a puzzled and displeased look Is that your teacher she asked with more interest in her tone than she had yet betrayed YesI to understand Do you mind telling me how old she Is Its not she its a young man I dont know how old he is Ill ask him If you like Again she heard him speak a taw Incomprehensible words which were answered very briefly in the same tongueHe tells mo he is 20 Logothetl said Hes a goodlddklng young fel low How Is Mrs Rushmore 1 for got to ask- Shes quite well thank you But I should like to know Will you be so very kind as to remember me to her and to say that I hope to find her at home the day after tomorrow 1 youapened to pick up that young Tartar It sounds so interesting I He has such a sweet voice There was no reply to this Que ton and Margaret could not get an other word from Logothetl The com munication was apparently cut off andecouldysomething was probably wrong with the instrument of number onehundred and slx thlrtysevea Margaret was not pleased and she was silent and absentminded at din ner and In the evening Its the reaction after London she said with a smile when Mrs Rush more asked it anything was the mat ter I find I am more tired than I knew now that its all over Mrs Rushmore was quite of the same opinion and it was still early when she declared that she herself muchrgo a rest sitr was brushing out her soft brown hair thoughDreflection in the mirror she was not aware that she saw anything Potts she said suddenly and stoppedYes maam answered the maid with meek interrogation and without checking the regular movement of the big brush Potts she began again you are not very Imaginative are your No maam the maid answered because it Seemed to be expected of her though she had never thought of thematterDo think you could possibly be mistaken about a voice if you didnt tee the person who was speaking In what way maam T I mean do you think you could take a mans voice for a womans at a distanceOh Potts exclaimed As it might be at the telephone Wellat the telephone U you like or anywhere else Do you think you mightIt depend on the voice maam observed Potts with caution Of course it would assented Mar garet rather Impatiently Well maam Ill say this since you ask me When I was last at home I was mistaken In that way about my callingtofor my sister MIHy Oh Thats interesting Marga ret smiled What sort of voice has your brother How old is hc1 Hes elghtand twenty maam and ns for his voice ho has a sweet coun ter tenor and sings nicely Hes a songman at tho cathedral maam Really How nice Havo you a voice too Do you sing at all Oh no maam answered Potts in a deprecating tono Ono in tho fam sly is Quito enough I Margaret vaguely wondered why but did not Inquire Potts She Said Suddenly and Then Stopped You are quito sure that it was your brother who was speaking I suppose she said Oh yes maam I looked down over the banisters and there he was Margaret had the solid health of a great singer and It would have peen a serious trouble Indeed that could have interfered with her unbroken and dreamless sleep during at least eight hours but when she closed her eyes that night she was quite sure that she could not have slept at all but for Potts comforting little story about the brother with the counter tenor voice Yet oven so nt the moment before waking in the morning she dreamt that she was at the telephone again and that words in a strange language came to her along the wire in a soft and caressing tone that could only be a woman and that for the first time in all her life she knew what it was to bo jealous The sensation was not an agreeable oneThe dream volco was silent as soon as she opened her eyes but she bad not been awake long without realiz ing that she wished very much to see Logothetl at once and was profoundly thankful that she had torn up her let ter to Lady Maud She was not prepared to admit even now that Kon stantln was the ideal she should have chosen for a husband and whom she had been describing from Imagination when she had suddenly stopped writ Ing But on the other hand the mere thought that he had perhaps been amusing himself in the society of an other woman all yesterday afternoon made her so angry that she took refugo In trying to bellovo that ho had spoken the truth and that she had really been mistaken about the voice It was all very well to talk about learning Tartar How could she be sure that it was not modern Greek or Turkish She could not have known the difference Was it so very unlikely that some charming compatriot of his should have come from Constantine plo to spend a few weeks in Paris She remembered the mysterious house in the Boulevard Perelro where he lived tho beautiful upper ball where the statue of Aphrodite stood the doora that would not open like other doors tho strangoly disturbing en caustic painting of Cleopatra In the drawing roommany things which she distrustedBesides supposing that the language was really Tartarwere there not Russians who spoko it She thought there must be because she bad a vague idea that all Russians were more or less Tartars Thero was a proverb about it Moreover to the English as well as to tho French Russians represent romance and wicked noseShe would not go to the telephone herself but she sent a message to Lo gothetl and ho came out In the cool Umo of the afternoon Sho thought he had never looked so handsome and so little exotic since she bad known himHe was received by Mrs Rushmore and Margaret together and ho took noticeable pains to make himself agreeable to the mistress of the house At first Margaret was pleased at this but when sho saw that he was doing his best to keep Mrs Rushmore from 1 Ha Became Very Gloomy and Thoughtful leaving the room as she probably would have done Margaret did not like It She was dying to ask him questions about his lessons In Tartar and especially about his teacher and rhe probably meant to cast her in quince in such a form as would make It preferable to examine him alone rather than before Mrs Rushmore but he talked on and on only pausing an Instant for the good ladys expressions of Interest or approval Ho was telling her what a prime minister had told an ambassador about tho pope when Margaret rose rather abruptly Im awfully sorry she said to Mrs Rushmore by way of apology but I really must have a little air Ive not been out of the house all day Mrs Rushmore understood and was not hurt though she was sorry not to hear more The dear child should go out by all means Would Mons Logothotl stay to dinner No She was sorry She had forgotten that sho had a letter to write In time for the afternoon post So she went off and left the two together Margaret led tho way out upon the lawn and they sat down on garden chairs under a big elm tree She said nothing while she settled herself very deliberately avoiding her compan ions eyes till sho was quite ready and then she suddenly looked at him with a sort of blank stare that would have disconcerted any one less su perlatively Bolfposaesscd than ho was It was most distinctly Mme do Cor dova the offended prima donna that spoke at last and not Miss Margaret Donne the nlco English girl What in the world has got Into your T she inquired in a chilly tone Ho opened his almondsbaped eyes a llttlo wider with an excellent af fectation of astonishment at her words andmannerHave done anything you dont like ho asked in a tone of anxiety and concern Was I rude to Mrs Rushmore Margaret looked at him a moment longer and then turned her head away in silence as If scorning to an ewer such a silly question The look I of surprise disappeared from his face and ho became very gloomy and thoughtful but said nothing more j Possibly ho had brought about exactly what be wished and was satisfied to await the inevitable result It came before long- I dont understand you at all Margaret said less Icily but with the sad llttlo air of a woman who believes herself misunderstood It was very odd yesterday at the telephone you know very odd Indeed I suppose you didnt realize it And now this afternoon you havo evidently been doing your best to keep Mrs Rushmore from leaving us together You would still bo tolling her stories about people if I hadnt obliged you to como out Yes Logothetl asserted with ex asperating calm and meekness we should still be there You did not want to be alone with me I suppose Theres no other explanation and Its not a very flatterI Ing one Is it I never flatter you dear lady said LogothoU gravely But you dot How can you deny It You often tell me that I make you think of the Victory in tho Louvre its quite true It the statue had a head it would bo a portrait of you Nonsense And in your momenta of enthusiasm you say that I sing bet ter than Mme Bonannl in her best days Yes Yon know quite as much as she over did you are a much better musician and you began with a better voice Therefore you sing better I maintain It You often maintain things you dont believe Margaret retorted though her manner momentarily re taxed a little Only In matters of business an swered tho Greet with Imperturbable calmPray Is learning Tartar a matter of business Her eyes sparkled angrily as she asked the question Logothetl smiled she had reached the point to which he knew she must come before bag Oh yes to replied with alacrity Of course It is That accounts for everything since you are admitting that I need not even try to believe It wU a man whom I heard speaking To tell the truth I have some sus picions about that myzelf answered Logothetl I have a great many Marpretl- augbed rather harshly And you behave as It you wanted mo to have more Who is this eastern woman Come bo frank She is some one from Constantinople isnt she A Fanarlote like yourself I dare sayan old friend who Is In Paris for a few days and would not pass through without seeing you Bay BO for heav ens sake and dont make such a mys tory about It How very ingenious women are observed the Greek If I had thought of It I might have told you that story through the telephone yesterday But I didntMargaret was rapidly becoming exasperated her eyes flashed her firm young cheeks reddened handsomely and her generous lips made scornful curvesAre you trying to quarrel with me The words had a fierce ring he glanced at her quickly and saw how well her look agreed with her tone She was very angry If I were not afraid of boring you bo said with quiet gravity I would tell you the whole story but he pretended to hesitate Ho heard her harsh little laugh at oncoYour worst enemy could not ac cuso you of being a bore I nho retorted Oh no Its something qulto different from boredom that I feel I assure you- I I wish I thought that you cared for mo enough to be jealous Logo thou said earnestly Jealous No one can describe tho tone of In dignant contempt in which a thorough ly jealous woman disclaims the least thought of jealousy with a single word a man must have heard it to remember what it is like and most men have Logothotl knew It well and at tho sound ho put on an expres sion of meek Innocence which would have done credit to a cat that had just eaten a canary Im so sorry ho cried in a voice like a childs I didnt mean to make you angry I was only wishing aloud Pleaso forgive mel If your Idea of caring for a wom an is to make her jealous This was such an obvious misinter pretatlon of his words that she stopped short and bit her lib Ho sighed audibly as It ho were very sorry that bo could do nothing to appease her but this only made her feel more Injured Sho made an effort to speak coldly You seem to forgot that so long at wo are supposed to bo engaged I have some little claim to know how you spend your time I I mako no secret ot what I do That III why you were angry just now Nothing could have been easier than 1 for me to say that I wan buy will I L one of the matters you suggested Oh of courses Nothing could bs easier than to toll me an untruth This certainly looked like the fen mine retorttriumphant and Margaret delivered It in a cutting tone That Is precisely what you seem to Imply that I did Logothcll objected But It wtfat I told you was untrue your argument goes to pieces There was no Tartar lesson there was no Tartar teacher and It was all a fabri cation of my own Just what I think returned Margaret It was not Tartar you spoke and there was no teacher You havo mo there answered the Greek mildly unless you would like me to produce my young friend and talk to him before you In tho presence of witnesses who know his language I wish you would I would like to leo html I should like to see the color of his eyes and hair Black as ink said Logothetl I And youll toll mo that his complexion is black too no doubt cornNot at all a sort of creamy plexlon I think though I did not pay much attention to his skin He Is a smallish chap good looking with hands and feet like a womans I noticed that As I told you a doubt occurred to me at once and I will not positively swear that It is not a girl after all He or she Is really a Tartar from central Asia and I know enough of tho language to say what was necessary Necessary Yes lieor sho came on a matter of business What I said about a youknewExcepting what the business was Margaret said incredulously Tbo business was an uncut stone answered Logothetl with Indifference Ho had ono to soil and I bought ItHe was recommended to mo by a man In Constantinople Ho camo to Mar seilles on a Preach steamer with two Greek merchants who were coming to mydooryoubecauseyou take itrlIe held out what looked like a little ball of white tissue paper but Marta rot turned her face from him You treat me like a child she saidTo her own great surprise and indignation her voice was unsteady and she felt something burning In her eyes She was almost frightened at golnlttoLogothotl said nothing for a moment Ho began to unroll tho paper changedhis beforeI did not mean It as you think he said softy movingherhe was leaning forward resting wrists on his knees bonding his headthislooselydisappointment right to think that ho could make her oventoteaslnhershe did not answer him I make mistakes sometimes he hdov Itstoogone aa I am I should like to believe that Margaret said without looking at him Is It hard to believer ho asked so gently that she only just heard thVwordsYou dont mako It easy you know sUfeltlong notInYoure mistaken Margaret an Imthoworld I Yesterday I wrote a long let 1 suddenlytore writtennotcaprIce fItTO HE CONTINUED FairAfter800 years Stow Green pleasure fair has practically ceased to exist Established by charter of Henry HI fairsIn ed three weeks All the largo travel attend acres of ground Tho fair Is now limited to two days and when It commenced It only consisted of a few catchpenny devices This year tho magistrates curtailed the hours for drinking and It Is expected the fair wit won collapse altolSoUHjr London nundard i I r a I BOOSEVEITS e RUNT FOR AFRICAN GAME Lions and Other Animals Shot In Large Numbers YEAR ON DARK CONTINENT Naturalists Collected Hundreds of Specimens for the Smithsonian Institution Kermlt Photog rapher of the Party Theodore Roosevelts hunting trip In Africa officially known as tho Smith onion African expedition lasted nearly eleven months and was moat suc cessful in every way Tho colonels desire to hunt big game was not all that was back of the trip for tho Smithsonian Institution wanted spec men I of the fauna and flora of the Dark Continent and commissioned tho ex president to obtain them For this reason a part of the expenses were borno by tw Institution but Mr Roosevelt pall all the expenses of ktiuMlt and his son KermIt prciuma bIT earning much of them by his arti des In a magazine for which ho re a record breaking price 1colved wasting much time after leav White House Colonel RooM J welt sailed from Now York on the i steamship Hamburg headed for Na i plea With him were Kermit and three naturalists Major Mearns Edmund Holler and J Alden Loring and stowed In tho hold was moat of their elaborate outfit for killing or photo graphing the animals ot East Africa and for preserving the specimens des tined for the Smithsonian Institution thed VewekeT of the expedition alto turned out to be consider of a hunter great throng of friends and ad mlrers bade the colonel farewell and he salted away but could not entirely way across lantic wireless communication with the Hamburg woe maintained More over at the Azores and again at Gibraltar he found the officials and people insisted on doing him honor and when he reached Naples on April V 6 the entire populace turned out to greet him with flowers and cheers Boarding the German steamship Ad miral Jor Mombaia Mr Roosevelt found in his cabin nquantlty ot flowers and a letter from Emperor William wishing him good hunting At Mes sina a stop was made to view the earthquake ruins and there at King Victor Emmanuels request Mr Reese telt and KermIt visited the Italian monarch on board tho battleship Rex Umberto Tho party arrived at Mom base April 21 and was received by Acting Governor Jackson who had been instructed by the British government to do all In his power to further the plans of the expedition Unusual privileges were granted tho hunters and Mr Roosevelt and Kermit were licensed to kill lions At Mombasa tho party was joined by R J Cunlnghame a veteran Afrl can hunter and explorer and Leslie J Tarloton and theso two managed tho expedition In a most able manner Taking train to Kapltll plains the party became tho gut of Sir Alfred Pease on his ranch An immense caravan of 2CO persons wau organized stud on April 25 Colonel Roosevelt bad his first African hut On this occasion ho bagged two wildebeests and a Thompson gazelle April 30 was a notable day In tho camp on the Athl for on that day the first lone fell victims to the of the Rooaevelts Theodore shot two and Kermit one and there was great lejolclng among the natives who maae r pp the caravan AfWf that Uw bf t r game came fast and cheetahs giraffes rhinoceroses and more lions were added to the list in all 14 varieties of animals being secured Meanwhile KermIt was busy with his cameras and tho naturalists prepared the spe cimensGeorge McMillan an American was the next host of the hunters and sev eral weeks were spent on his fine Ju Ja ranch and in the surrounding coun try There the game was very plenti ful and many fine specimens wore bagged Members of tie party made several extenslvo trips of exploration notably on and around Mount Kenta The expedition left East Africa December 19 crossed Uganda and went down tho White Nile getting back to comparative civilization at Gondokoro There they went aboard a steamer put at their disposal by tho sirdar and journeyed to Khartum where Mrs Roosevelt met her husband and accompanied him In a leisurely trip to Cairo During his stay in Egypt Colonel Roosevelt was the recipient of many honors and made several speeches One of thom In which he praised the administration of the British gave considerable offense to tho native Nationalists At the end of March the Roosovelta sailed for Italy In a preliminary report to the Smithsonian Institution Mr Roosevelt summarized the material results of tbo expedition as follows On tho trip Mr Heller has prepared 1020 specimens of mammals tho majority of large size Mr liorlng has prepared 8163 and Doctor Jl earns 714a total of 4897 mammals Of birds Doctor Mearns has prepared nearly 3100 Mr LorIng S99 and Mr Holler about l1tta total of about 4000 birds Of reptiles and batracbians Messrs Mearni LorIng and Heller collected about 2000 Of fishes about COO were collected elsewhere In British East Africa and IIIINTH AFRICAN JUNGLE 1chid photographer forP marksmanship fishesI be and Cunlnghame collected fishes In the White Nile This makes In al of vertebrates Mammals 419- 7Illrd about 400C aboutoooolahaTotal na The Invertebrates were collected chiefly by Doctor Mearns with some assistance from Messrs Cunlnghame and Kermit Roosevelt A few marine shells were collected near Mombasa and land and fresh water shells throughout the regions visited as well as crabs beetles milll peds and other Invertebrates Several thousand plants were collected throughout the regions visited by Doctor Mearns who employed and trained for the work a Mnyumnezl named Makanguri who soon learned how to make very good specimens and turned out an excellent man In every way Anthropological materials were gathered by Doctor Mearns with some assistance from others a collection was contributed by Major toss an American In the government service at Nairobi E TJtBSTEn To Remove a Paint Stain To remove tho unsightly stain of paint spilled on the doorstep try the following plan Mako a strong solo lion of potash and wet tho stain well with this keeping It wot until the paint becomes soft In a short time It will readily rub loose and it may hen be washed off with soap and rater It any color hie penetrated the dbcrs of tho wood keep tho spot well wet with the solu lon and it will shortly disappear Paint which has been left on for some time will ylold to this treatment Well Supplied Benevolent Lady to showgirl And dear child have you no homo Showgirl Yes Indeed My father and mother have both married again and I am welcome at oithar place Lit I rt The HONESTMAN By Rev David James Burrell D D Montreal Cia What do wo mean by an honest man We want a definition to begin with and let it be as simple as pos sible An honest man Is one who pays his debts That covers tho whole case It will be seen that this dell nation so simple apparently is quite comprehensive and it cuts deeper than we think For when the matter of lifes assets and liabilities is fully canvassed It will appear that it la no easy matter to live and die with a clean balance sheet The question nt the outset touches our relations with God Are we debtors to God Yes by universal consent In tho bill of particulars there are three items towlt First Creation Is there anyone who docs not rejoice in the fact that he was made but a little lower than the angels and in the likeness of God Ifc it nothing to stand erect sensible oa dlvino birthright and of a divine Inheritance Is there no occasion for gratitude in the fact that 1am able to dream dreams and see visions and as Kepler said think Gods thoughts after him What do we owe In return for these The least possible recognition ot Gods goodness thus far is in keeping ourselves on friendly terms with him Tho second Item in the bill of partic ulars is Providence In God wo live and move and have our being We slept in his arms last night cared for as tenderly as children In their moth ers arms lie feeds us clothes us and continually cares for us What shall we render unto him for these loving kindnesses Do they lay no obligation upon us The least that wo can do is to bend our knees In thanksgiving To tho beggar who stretches out his hand saying I am hungry you gave enough to buy him self a breakfast and he says I thank you Could he do less and bear the semblance of a man What then of tho man who never prays who takes Gods gifts without a word of recognition Is he an honest man Tho third item in tho bill ot particu lars Is divine grace It matters not so far as tho question at issue Is concerned whether a man has accepted the overtures of Gods mercy or not it still remains that provision has been made for his deliverance from sin You may not havo accepted Christ my friend that does not affect the tact that God gave his only begotten Son to dId in your behalf that you might be saved from sin Here Is an Immeasurable obligation laid upon every man How shall we pay ItTho answer is in the words of the familiar hymn Here Lord I give myself to thee tis all that I can do Would that we might sing It but once with heart and understanding I For it contains the sum total ot the phlloso pby of duty that Is of what we owe to God It Is a startling fact that men are so prone to overlook their obligations to God for here Is the very root of hone city Will a man rob God Shall we withhold from God that which Is his honest due Nay that is clearly Impossible if one would be an honest manBut the question touches secondly our relations with our fellow men For po man liveth unto himself and no man dleth unto himself It would appear that the angels were created one by one but men are of one family and blood Is thicker than water We are mutually interdependent as lenders and borrowers and each is bound In honesty to balance his account with his fellowmen 1 am debtor to society that is tom fellow men en masse The liber ties immunities and sanctities of my dally life torte to me through the social I organism and so tar forth I am a debtor to the community In which I live How shall I meet that obli gation T To state It as briefly as pos sible I am bound to put more into the common exchequer that I draw out ofItThere are two kinds of people con sumers and producers The consumer says The world owes mo a living and proceeds to exact It An idler rich or poor living In pursuance of that dictum Is a dishonest man The producer on the other hand Is one who adds to the common fund by ma king something lie earns a livelihood and something more And when he makes hIs exit he leaves the community richer from his having lived in It What are you producing my friend Make something I pray you Make a plow or a poem make a house or a history dig a well or build a stable produce something that will remain as your memorial leaving the balance on the right side when you have gone your way Hut my Indebtedness Is not merely to humanity en masse I am debtor to every man The original break In tho family circle was made when Cain asked Am I my brothers keeper I awe something to tho next man Get that in mind when you meqt a drunkard reeling in tho street for he Is a brother of yours To such you are n debtor What do you owe them 7 All the category of kindnesses marked out in the Golden Rule Do unto them as ye would be done by Lend a hand Be not an overreacher like Jacob buy no mans birthright for a mess of pottage I owe it to myself to be a clean ma- nuW 1 u w uL 0 POTATO WORSE THAN OPIUM Habit of Smoking Dried Stems of Or dlnary Field Tuber One of Most Vicious Practises Even worse than opium smoking Is the smoking of the dried stems of the ordinary field potato writes an emi nent physician In an exchange The potato vine Is a poisonous growth The apple or seed which grows on the potato and looks like a small un dergrown green tomato which It is In fact for the potato and tomato are blood cousins is especially potent in Its baleful effects If one smokes it Usually the vice starts in boyhood days on the farm when the youngster of the family steals his fathers pipe and hides with It and some matches down behind the garden fence or behind the barn next to the field of potatoes He doesnt dare to take up the straight tobacco but he tries out some dried potato stem In the pipe The smoke sets the experimenter Into a delicious dreamy state at first but the heart action accelerates in a minute or two in an effort to throw off the poison through the lungs and skin The dreamy state quickly dis appears tho face gets flushed and the heart action rapidly Increases to se vere palpitation It the dose has been large the vic tim feels a wild fierce elation that Impels him to action of any kind In this state he may do anythnlg but the stage is reached much more quickly than with alcoholic liquors The eyes become blind and cloud ed The pupil dilates as though bel ladonna had been applied The motor centers are affected and there Is par alysis of the lower limbs and the smokers face gets pale while drops of sweat stand out At this stage the heart action weakens and there is either stupor or syncope in which the victim of the potato poison lies practically para lyzed and unable to move while his brain Is In an Insane whirl This rep resents the height of the Intoxication and It is followed by acute depression and melancholia and a slow return of the physical powers The potato stem smoke speedily draws a victim down lie grows pale Is gaunt and emaciated ends up with violent acute mania usually with homicidal tendencIesII only had one case of the kind A boy of 16 caught the habit trying to onlylastedthing that could be done for him This young chap couldnt be re strained by any of the usual drugs He was kept in bed roped down during the maniacal stage that he went through Morphine didnt seem to do any good The moment he was freed after recovering somewhat he would make a rush for the nearest potato vines trying to get and smoke the stems which he secreted in many places cunningly hidden I JUDGED BY COMPANY WE KEEP Professional Burglars Induce Drunken Man to Assist In Attempt to Rob New York Store A man under the Influence of liquor was passing along an uptown street in New York one night lately when he saw two men one of whom apparently wanted to open a store but was experiencing some difficulty Thesemi Intoxicated man kindly vol unteered to help him and while he was doing so a policeman came along and arrested all three In court it came out that two of the men were professional burglars and the thrd the drunken manwas merely a cas ual observer whose brain was so mud dIed with liquor that he did not know what he was doing The criminals pleaded guilty to attempted burglary and tho honest drunkard was warned by the judge who suspended sen tence that If he ever got into trou ble again within the next 25 years he could be brought back to court and tried over as an accomplice He left the court a different man vow- Ing to stay sober for the next quarter of a century Drugging Children If the charges are made good against the druggists who were arrested the other day for selling cocaine to children the utmost penalty permit ted by the law should be instantly Imposed uponlt convicted men guilty of an unspeakably atrocious crime The doctor who makes an In valid and suffering woman familiar with morphine cocaine or any seductive opiate runs a very great risk lie has himself in his student days witnessed the ravages of chloral or mor phine In the student body and If a worthy practitioner Is ware of the habit The alleviation of pain be comes with certain suppliant tempera ments an excuse for dissipation of time and dolce far niente The pallid faces the drooping eyelids of number less men and women to be seen on the streets tell a ghastly story Those who are responsible for the Illegal sale of the cause of this should be made to suffer says Philadelphia Press But above all the man who aids and abets the drugging of a child Is a scoundrel for whom no pun ishment known to the law can bo too severe it V 1885 J Berea College 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library IB Kentucky NO SALOONS Aspecial teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 lecturelibraryand the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and HoufwhoM Management etc Free textbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions arid compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn i ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely finished common branches The most practical abd 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 man 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 Gel man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schoojs 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 fleece sary for State certificaterMUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra a 1 fees it Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the mouee calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends PIIYBInwho are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women lea lives of usefulness v OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from maybeAll except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training 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 a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and j other necessary articles at coat 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 In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel light wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring fiO 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 j when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build Inge hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term fC in Academy and Normal and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent t the term board by the half term Installments are as followsIVocational Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room C60 560 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 22p5 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 30iO 3150 w If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 GOO 700 Room 0 GOO GOO tIOO Board 6 w pVs 9Oa 900 9op v Amount dud Jan 4 1911 2000 2100 2200 Board for C weeks due Feb 1C 1911 900 900 900 Total for term 2900 3000 3100 If paid In advance 2850 2960 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 C75 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 67B 675 C75 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400kREFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of n term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fray tion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted cbssn and the Institution will refund only onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for the remaInIng weeks ot the term On Incidental Fee students excused before tho middle of a term will re cclyo a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Derea Collego on payment of term bllla by the stu dent In person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms The first day ot Fall term is Septqmber 14 1910 The first day of Winter term is January 4 1911 18 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 1911 e r For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary I WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY av 1- F tv I II II I v i e w pI r I i I 1 Ii Everything in DRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES AND CHILDRENS WEAR J c f f E F COYLEII You pay lessnor get more I i oOeoeoOD o OOOO 4oeoooo ooeoooo i I Berea and Vicinity I Q 0 c i GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i 0l 0 iososoosotaoso o o oro o ooooooooeooooo II J DR BEST I DENTIST I CITY HONE IBS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky N TIME TABLE TLNorth Bound Local Kuoxvllle 630 a m 1100 p m BEREA 129 p m 357 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a III South Bound Locate Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 A m 1229 pm Kuoxvllle 700 p m 650 a m Express Trains Stop to let oft and take on paaaen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p tn i Plants For Sale Tomato Cabbage and Sweet GardenlPlants for sale at the College of phone J R MULLETT Mrs Frank Blazer Is visiting rela tives In Greenfield Ohio and several 4otherplccSln the state Llllle Chrlsman left for a ten days visit at the TuesdayI Mrs Paul Derthlck at Jackson The Christian Endeavor Sunday evening was one of especial Interest and helpfulness It was an openair meeting held In front of Lincoln Hall and was led by Mr Taylor The topic was God Knows Come next Sunday evening at 630 Miss Ethel Todd will lead Subject The Yoke of Christ Mr W H Porter was In Louisville at the first of the week on business Mrs R M Moore left Saturday for a few days visit in Lexington with her husband who Is working there a Mr J P lilcknell was In town atI i the first of the week Miss Bowersox left Saturday for her home in Pennsylvania where she will spend the summer Mr Eugene Thomson left Wednesday for Louisville where he has accepted a good position with the Belknap IJTidwBiS Company Misses Louise Frey and Carrie Span gler leave Thursday for Asheville NI C to attend the conference of the Young Womens Christian Association held at that place They are sent as delegates by the Association here and by the college a A great number of students have gone for the summer as salesmen ofI various lines approved by the college Wo sincerely hope they will meet with tho success they deservo aDontfail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand dont forget the chinaware at Itb irf Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW JI1 CLEAT AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop I have 20 seta of tomb stones that I wish to sell by Decoration day This will be my last work as I shall en ter a Bible School at LexingtonS Rev W P Vllks the pastor of the Baptist church Is expecting his wife to arrive this week and they will begin housekeeping In a part of the Rumold house Mrs Bess Racer Ott of Cloveland Ohio spent several days here during commencement week with Miss Ger trude Hulett and Is now visiting her brother Rev H M Racer at LaKol lette Tenn Miss Robinson left Tuesday for her vacation in tho north She will stop on her way for several we3ks In Charleston W Va at the home of Ernest and Blazer Archer There wore more than forty present Iin Mr Taylors Bible class In the church last Sunday and Mr Taylor will be glad to welcome any others who do not already have a Sunday school home for the summer Twelve arrests were made In Be rea on commencement day and a case was made against each In the police court the fines aggregating 110 Roley Stewart who was locked up- In the calaboose commencement night awaiting his transfer to Richmond escaped and has not yet been caught On last Friday afternoon a farewell reception was given at the homo of Mrs Cornelius by the members of the Clio and Priscilla clubs In honor of Mrs Stanley Frost Mrs Frost has been a member of both dubs and will bo greatly missed A beautiful silver fern dish was present id an a token of remembrance The women of the Federated clubs sf Berea held a Joint parlor meeting it Boone Tavern on the afternoon of theIFort Mrs L A Davis and Mrs Chas Hanson gave full and interesting ac ounts Mrs Taylor and Mrs Dlns more who attended the Biennial Con vention of the General Federation at Cincinnati also told of the wide scope of the work of the club women the world and of the unselfish 10f of their plans which Included betterment of all conditions affect children sanitation pure food and Iins matters of social service Light were served one has stolen a big stone ISome between two graves on In the Berea cemetery I wish they would kindly bring or send it back Mrs Sallle Cornellson MRS EARLYS u SWEET AS ROSES Newly Washed in Dew j 0I UR Perfumery department contains danties worthy a queens use and such were they bought for For what women have more right to be called queens than our j American wives mothers sweethearts and daughters For such we have selected this exquisite collection of fragrancesI That our pains are worthy their reward is shown by the many pleased ladies who grace our perfume department daily I Some ofthe most particular people in town come here for these nice things that make up our toilet goods department We would value highly your opinion of them If you have not patronized our perfumery counters we invite you to youII Porter Drug INCORPORATED Company KentuckyiThe college garden with Mr Mullet ID charge Is a dally reminder of what Intelligence can do In that Imporatnt sphere The Y M C A boys did a big busl ness at their lunch stand commence ment day Tho workers gave their services and this accounts in part for till largo sum cleared nearly 100 Boone Tavern entertained more than 170 guests during commencement The State Y M C A Is In session at Natural Bridge this week Berea has a delegation numbering nearly a dozen two or three Professors and several students tiara you taken a look at the new gate way leading from Chestnut St Into the campus The cedar posts and the artistic arrangement Isnt It tine And the vase for flowers It the end of the wall But what do youI think of any one who would willfully destroy the flowers I Tho bus problem has at last been solved for Boone Tavern Mr Taylor says it Is new beautiful light running and has plate glass windows It Is to arrive the last of tho week I Irof 1 V Dodge left Monday for an extended visit through Ohio and Michigan HU first stop will be atI Xenla OhIo for tho State G AN R I encampment where he will address ono of the camp fires lie then goes to Hillsdale Michigan to attend tho Quinquennial Reunion of the Hills dale Alumni Association which ho will also address The remainder tf Us visit will be with friends and relatives In northern Ohio Howard Hall Is to be completely renovated durtng the vacation Fifteen workmen have already begun operations The program Is new floors steam heat electric lights and terrazzo flooring for the corridors All young people remaining In Be rea for the summer are Invited to attend a social Friday evening 7 30 in front of Ladles Hall Strawberries Friday left for her in tlvo was In our last to Mss In tin We that she will not next and or Ky and Mrs and son li for the t as the of the romn n er tut of nt last Dr ofI the A loft for for his Hi also to In next and and J 0 left will bo on tho for some time as oC 0 Is Nell ley Tho of la to Ita of 0 In for IDth At nt O 10th The will to held IGth to 24th at Ford I near Ky Rev Dr will be In Tho of has the writ of In the case of C Fish Ben ten and the case goes now as set I by the to for A matt by the name of Rus sol near came near a the of day He was on I and near the side to talk a At tho con I of the ho his too thei Tho man was not hurt but had to the I N I of the of day was the tion to the by the of a of on are the year 1910 and a roll of the The at 130 and of the by of tho of the on part of and by Rob and the song by the tho gift on tho In of Hall and the of tho old of form ono of tho most of any to bind tho and to the order at 1Y I Three Cans of Elephant Corn for 25c f I All First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Mss Winifred Campbell Saturday homo Illinois Apprccli reference made Issue Campbells work Mush Department understand teach year Miss Una Hester YanWInklc Wllllamsburg Willlan Gelding Hobart have been Berea past weok visiting lends Regent Ellis official reprosen tattve Borea College attended exercise Ecksteli Norton Institute Louisville Friday night Thomson head Lincoln Institute made prlncipa address Floyd Street Monday Colorado Springs health expects remain Colorado winter attend school Oscar Clark Bowman Monday morning They road traveling salesmenMiss Reynolds Colllns vllle visiting Miss Shock marriage WmD Sprague former Berea student Miss Yuan McMnhan Plattsburg announced June home South Charleston after July TrlCounty Holiness Associa tions annual camp meeting July Steels Mllleraburg B- ICarradlno charge court Appeals denied prohibition Grover against Judge Judge Jessamine County trial young Brown from Paint tick meeting with serious accldtut evening commencement driving Richmond street stopped walk with young lady culsioii conversation turned horse quickly overturning buggy young friends help untangle horse GIFT FROM SENIOR CLASS IOno ploasantost features Commencement presenta college outgoing senior class splendid concrete horse block with tablets white marble which Inscribed class class exercises occurred oclock consisted presen tatlon speech Robert Street class acceptance faculty college Professor ertson class seniors circled around block This stands drive front Ladles takes place wellworn wcodon block Such mementos college classes attractive features college campus They help class together Alma Mater Better once Berea Ky I Eldcan Patent Flour 10ciV I a bag cash at V- WJTatum s i Fresh Groceries r L North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky TO BUILD SILOS Mr J E Dorman of tho Bureau of Animal industry Department of Agri culture Washington was In Berea re cently and In company with Mr 8 L Clark visited several farmers of tho vicinity As a result of their trip Mr Herndon on the Richmond Pike Mr C E McWhorter of Paint Lick Mr Walkor of Pafnt Lick and Dr Thom son are to erect silos Dr Thomsons of course Is to be at the Lincoln Insti tute These arc all to be ot concrete except Mr Walkers which is to bo of staves The government will vend a man to superintend tho construct ion free of charge it Is expected that the cost of tho concrete will be cheap cr than the staves because one form can be used fur tho three This Is an Illustration of tho effort tho Agricultural Department is milk ing to be of service to the farmer There arc many ways III which It will help If the farmer will only make hlvf wants known ICE ICE ICE All persons who want Ice In tho hot weather now at hand should phone to G D Holllday and Co Ico will bo delivered to the refrigerator quantities of over 25 pounds at Iin cents a hundred pounds For quantifies the amount will be left at the gate 0 D Hotltclay Phono 16- 9PROPOSAL ERECTIONIFOR THE IOFA SCHOOL HOUSE AT DREY FUS MADISON COUNTY KY heard of Education ot Madison County Kentucky To Contractors and Builders Notion Is hereby given that lIroIposal for the erection of a houso In Educational DlvUton No 2 Bubdlstrlct No 6 at Dreyfus Mad I ton County Kentucky will be roIceived by the underalgmtl at the- tfttco of the School Superintendent of Madison County where plans specifications may be seen until andIlay June 20 1jlO at 1 l nit at which time the contract will be awarded1 I to tho lowest and best reojwi ilblo bidder A bond will bo required I for the performance of the contract the said Madison County Board of education reserving the right to re Oct any or all bids I This the 8th day of Juno 1910 IJohnNolandrChairman of Madison County Board I of Education fttir LADIES LOOKHERff Sale on Skirts Shirt Waists and Muslin Underwear FOR 15 DAYS J There has been so much rain and cold weather this Spring that we have too many Spring Goods left As we NEED THE MONEY they must be sold and to sell the Goods quick we are cutting the price on themoof t t1i When you buy from us you are getting new goods and good uptodate goodsa1 LADIES SKIRTS 650 Skirts cut to 519 200 Waists cut to 169 i 50u u u 599 200 Skirts cut to 159 87 U Ie U U 50U 679 MUSLIN UNDER SKIRTSr Jlt225U 179 1000 u a 799u It 75 Skirts cut to 59 250 199 U U 100 79 325U U v 269 LADIES WAISTS 150 Iu 119 M 500 U I 389 100 Waists cut to 89 200Ie U 169 JI 550t U U 419 1 50U u 4 119 2 50U It U 199 This sale begins Thursday Morning June 16 Dont wait but come early and get first choice for they f4 will soon be sold at the prices we are offering them iff f RHODUS c HAYES I MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KYh1 IU r- l Failed in Health RuthWardsixSKniJiillad meI all the time and did hadtheIthadand now I am in good health I CARDUIIJThe WomansT oDic Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens tonicYouIf you do need it do not delay but commence to use furtherdownDont wait then but begin to take Cardul today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Temafor6 ALUMNI REUNION Many Improvements In tho College and tho town greeted the eyes of students of former years returning to Uerea for tho trlennlal meeting tf the Alumni Sixteen dawn represented by forty two members responded to the roll call at tho public meeting In the Chapel Tuesday night After tho Invocation by Irof Italnc a lotter of welcome from President Float was read and tho address of welcome was given by Regent Kills and responded to by Mr Edward F White 81 of lndlannxlls tho Iresldent of tho Alumni Association Dr James Bond 92 apoke briefly of the now Lincoln Institute giving some account of tha difficulties en oountcrcd and tho plans for the fu ture after which the Kev Prescott n Dodge 79 of TallmadRe Ohio gave the Alumni addree+l- It was voted that the greetings of the Alumni bo cabled to President William Q Frost at Hampstead Heath London England byIa mombers and invited gtieiw were pro kont at 1 delightful banquet served by Ml sa Cameron m tho new dining room In Ladles viall Wednesday night Mr Edward F White presiding re sponse wero given to the following toasts Our Past Irof LoVantI Dodge Our Infants Mm Jennie DrIperiences Mr James M Haccr 03 I Our Alma Mater Miss Alice D Mc Kee 03- MlaaI Lillian Ambrose 10 gave a solo accompnnltxi by Mr S Whltto more Uogg 09 on tho cello and Mr II B Taylor on tho organ Tho fast soloiby Mr Taylor At tho business meeting following tho banquet Mr Edwin S Tree was elected an honorary member of tho Assotlatton nnd two committees wereI appointed to devise means of Increas ing the attendance In the Cottage and Academy Tho Association pledged r4 Itself to raise at least 11000 for this r purpose during tho not three yehiu i It was voted that a message of uf fection and good cheer bo sent to Mrs J A II Rogers In tho name of tho Alumni All members of tho Alumni Associa tlon wero urged to send Items of Interest regarding themselves and all other former students to Mrs Jennie nn Made by Lester Hill who was appointed a committee to see that they appear The Citizen from time to time InI Tho election of officers I In the choice of Mr James M Racer I 03 for President Irof Ellis C Seaio Ifor VIceProaldeut Mr Frank II i 05 for Secretary and j Miss Euphemla K Corwln 05 Miss Ethel E Todd 05 and Mr Francis O Clark OS for Censors IIhe Alumni present at the banquet i and business meeting wore Mr J Raphael Rogers 75 the Rev Ireillcott D Dodge 79 Mrs Jennlu Hlll79 Mr Edward F White 81 IDr William E Barton So Mrs Mary 11I Dodge 87 Dr Joseph D Oldhaui i 83 Dr James Bond 92 Mr Joshua crenshaw 92 Irof Francis E Ma then 98 Mr Stanley Frost Mr James M Racer 03 MIss 02I il McKee 03 Irof Kills C MtsIIM Llvengood 05 Miss Carlotta M Osbonio 05 tho Rev Harley M Racer 03 Miss Ethel K Todd 05 I Mrs Margaret Horn Cornelius 05 JMr Harry B Ktnnard 07 Mr Fran cla O Clark OS Mr Simon C Kelly j OS Mrs Grace Hayes Fulkerscn 08 Mr Chas M Fulkerson 03 Mr nol la Hoffman OS Mr S W Hoggs 09 Mr Robert B Street 10 Mr David 0 Bowman 10Mr Eugene Thomson 10 Ralph B Patin 10 Miss LillIe jChrlsman 10 Miss Amy Brldgoman lIn1nloMiss May 10 Miss Ellis 10- TWO GREAT EDUCATIONAL GATHERINGS Tho Kentucky Educational Associa tlon meets this year at Henderson Ky The meeting Is announced for I June 21st 22d 23d and the program Is nn Interesting oneIThe meeting year was till Springs In Estlll County which gavo our teachers In the mOllntnlnI counties a splendid out great cost to test the value of j such a gathering For the advancement of our IlllbI lic schools It U sincerely to be that every county will have n largo representation nt the Henderson meet ingAnd tho National Educational Asso ciation meets tho first week in July In Boston Mass Kentucky ought to have a largo delegation to this gath ering also What an Inspiration It would be to many of the teachers of our rural I f The Cream of Wheat Flour Is Uncle Sams Pride and ours alsoliThe Perfect I Flour a scientific product of the most approved milling methods I The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields are genuine health foods the kind that combines purity and deliciousness with high nour thing value Try a bag today and be convinced BEREA ROLLER MILLSBerea I ANDREW ISAACS Prop I T Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER BackofFkhBMg B r Ky r If JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST CONSUMPTION How It Can Be Prevented and How Cured The editor of The Citizen has for the past two years spent a great deal lor his time traveling thru Eastern Kentucky delivering Illustrated lectures on various timely subjects Tho lecture that ho has given most often and that has attracted the greatest attention was on the subject How to Prevent and Cure Consumption Thoso lecture tours will be con tinued as time and occasion permit but the columns of The Citizen will be called Into service to give a wide hearing to these topics We wish we could give In this issue somo of the pictures that we use to Illustrate the method of preven tion and cure of consumption but tho cost and time it takes to get them made will not permit of it now Wo shall endeavor to give them later But we do give that which Is quite CONSUMPTION Is Communicable Preventable and Curable THIS CARD Read it carefully and it to neighbors Pulmonary tuberculosis or consumption Is a disease of the lungs It Is taken from other people who have ItRnd li not simply caused by a cold although cold may make It caller to take the disease The matter coughed up and sneezed out by people who have the dis ease is full of living germs of tu bercle bacilli too small to be seen These germs are the cause of tuberculosis and when they are breathed into the lungs of weakened and do hllltated these set up the diseaseDont Get Tuberculosis Yourself Keep as well ns possible for the healthier your body the harder for the germs of tulwrculosis to grow therein To keep healthy observe the following rules DOST live study or sleep in rooms where there Is no fresh air Fresh air and sunlight kill time bacilli and germs causing other diseases Therefore have as much of both in your room ns possible DONT live in dustyair Keep your rooms clean Get rid of dampclothOC DONT sweep with a broom KEEP at least one window open In your bedroom at night air the room two or three times a day- DONT eat with soiled hands Wash them first DONT put your hands pencils or any candy or chewing gum other persons have used in your mouth DONT keep soiled handkerchiefs In your pockets TAKE a warm bath with soap at least once a week DONT neglect a cold or a cough but go to a doctor orn dispensary States of number that 20000 of stale Are going 6500 this great fight schools If they could go to Hender son and then on would pay It the cost were heavy but Is Contact with tho outside world The writer recalls how he borrow ed money once to go to the Stat I association at Frankfort and how later he borrowed again to go the National which met then in Boston oa now and he Ins regretted the cost No he not be without the Influence of two now in Ids tho36I a hundred times the cost ho go then you Gin now I CHILDRENS DAY Tho Childrens Day exercises will bo held at tho Union church Sunday the 19th at regular school hour At tile beginning of tho morning service which follows Dr Thomson will read a paper appro priate to tho occasion Program tho Prayer Recitation Tho Legend of the Rose Solo Roae Rose Strewing the IJIossoms Song The Infant Exercise Things Worth While Recitation Gods tor the Lily Rule Christs Oardoneds Sunbeams Exercise the Exorcise Little Daisies Song Upon tile Threshold ExerciseThe Mint of the Beautiful I as valuable a reprint of a leaflet dIstributedIcovers the main psalms of tho lecture will tJO furnished by the State Board of Health and Is of course is also distributed by I time Kentucky Association for the study and Prevention of Tuberculosis which has now a lecturer in the field Mr Eugene Kerner to do I work for the stato at large which the editor began In Eastern Kentucky- Mr Kerner recently visited us to see our and plans of c operation with him are being con sideredWe that our readers will clip the reprint of folder which fol lows and paste it up somewhere roly ItIPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS- OR CLIP thaw your family friends and people tubercle never Song How to Get Well If You Have Tuberculosis familyhavefollowing rules If you wish to get well DONT waste your money on patent medicines or advertised consumption cures go to n doc goInwait it may he too late DONT drinkwhiskey or other forms liquor DONTsleep in the same bed with anyone else and if possible not in the same room GOOD food fresh air and rest are the host cures KEEP out in the fresh air and sunlight as much as possible KEEP your windows open winter and summer dayand night IF properly wrapped tip you will not catch cold GO to a sanitarium If you can and before it Is too late A tuberculosisdangerous to those with whom he lives and works if he is care ful and clean Dont Give Tuberculosis to Others Many grown people and children have pulmonary tuberculosis or con sumption without knowing it and can give It to others Therefore every person even If healthy should the following DONT swallow your expectora tlon but- DONT SPIT on the sidewalks playgrounds or on floors or of your home or school It disease and Is danger ous indecent and against the law WHEN YOU faUST SPIT spit spittoonitalfDONT cough or sneeze without yourhant SOME FACTS 200000 persons die annually in the United from Tuberculosis Kentucky furnishes 6500 this every year is estimated there are cases this disease in our today we to permit Kcntuckians to die In the next year from a PREVENTABLE disease without doing something to stop Help us to stop unnecessary waste of human life by joining us In this for humanity to Boston It It not always pays to Association gatherings If go GO morning time Sunday By School Exercise Department Love DuetThe Golden J3xorclso SoloLittle Building Tower It authoritative It the equipment the but observe the hallways It SoloThe Lord Is my Shepherd Exercise The Gate of Love Exercise Christs Gardens Most Artistic Coin The most artistic coin made In the United States mint Is pronounced to be the new Philippine centavo British Museum Library The library of the British museum contains 39 miles of books Brightest Spot at Night Do you know the brightest spot at night In summer In all the world 1 Coney Island SadlyItlicensing sessions In London recently that a licensee supplemented his In come by working for pleasure He acts as a coachman for an under taker counsel Informed the Justices A Good Plan never told a lie IHe a very good plan that Iso re the citizen of the world I myself never tell a lie that doesnt sound perfectly reasonable Kansas City Journal Cop Blind to Beauty When a young lady was summoned at Crewe England recently by a stable for riding her cycle without light the superintendent of the police said he was surprised that such a emart looking young officer should have summoned such a handsome young lady and declined to press for a conviction The chairman said the policemans action did not speak much for his gallantry NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first pge PEARY IN TROUBLE Commo dore Peary1 was served with papers In a 10000 suit on his arrival la Berlin to fill a lecture engagement Time plantlff Is Rudolph Francke who claims that Peary found him 111 at Etali and took advantage of his con dition to secure his collection of fur and walrus teeth to pay for his transportation home on Pearys ship Francke was associated with Dr Ccok Peary leaves the case In charge ofan attorney ILOIUMER DOOMED Wm Lorl mer will have to resign his seat in the United States Senate at once or hundredonewspaper editors and proprietors from all over Illinois have expressed no sympathy for bonnier and sa that If he does not resign immediate he will be compelled to lose his sent Evidence Is rapidly growing to show that he bought his seat in the senateAPPROVE TAFT AND TARIFF The Wisconsin Republican State convention unanimously adopted a resolu tion extending to President Taft hearty congratulations upon his loyal efforts to redeem tho pledges of the party made to the people in the National Republican platform Tho message was Immediately wired to Taft who further declared the tariff law a Progressive measure CANNON NOT DEAD YETSpeak- er Cannon will enter the campaign this fall for reelection to Congress lIe will defy his enemies openly through out the country No opposition In his own district Is disclosed and he is likely to go back to Washington again RAILROADS IN STRAITS Tho railroad officials say they are not able to keep up with present traffic nor can they keep their rolling stock in repair with their present financial conditions The rates are being kept down so they cannot make enough profit to expand as they should However they have agreed with Pros Taft not to make any raise In rates till tho new railroad bill goes Into effect and the Interstate Commerce Commission can pass upon the reason ableness of the rates NEW FLIGHT RECORDCharles- K Hamilton tiles from New York to i Philadelphia a distance of 88 miles without a break or stop In 1 hour and 51 minutes On his return journey hoI had to descend owing to a broken eniglne but was soon ort again and com j pleted the round trip winning the J10 000 prize offered by the New York Times and Philadelphia Ledger Curtis who recently flow front New York to Albany holds the speed record but Hamilton now has the American cord for distance and duration reJ SUGAR TRUST CONVICTIONS Charles R Helke the secretary of the Sugar Trust and Ernest W Gerbacht t the Superintendent of the Refinery have beeri convicted but their fonI tences have been suspended and they have been admitted to ball j These men have been receiving 20 000 and 25000 a year respectively But Jas F Halllgan who received 15 a week and Harry Walker who reI celved 25 a week the latter with a wife and eight children to support have to go to prison I p WASHINGTON Continued from Pint rage i the only Cannon man in Iowa to pull thruBut there is another rumor which Is interesting merely interesting h- Is based on the fact that tha does not have to be a SpeakerI Congress The Idea Is to Theodore Roosevelt as Speaker This Mr Roosevelt Is a rather young man who has always taken an interest In polities and has tho confidence and I rtspect of his friends of whom may be I counted about eightynine the ninety million In this countryI Thero is net a chance in a thousand that he would take the job but the report is Interesting Just think ofI Theodore In Joes shoos They sure I would have to be stretched wMIInbill passed the House which It didI this week All the Republicans voted for It and twenty Democrats did tho Senateawill accept this bill which would end up that business The Conservation bill Is now well on the way but there Is some prospect of a fight on it j Still every one Is so anxious to leave that the Scrap ought to be short I They hope to leave here June 25th I The railroad bill still holds center of tho stage with Mr Tafti managing the performance It was announced about the middle of the week that the bill was ready to be reported out of conference It conI tamed It was said most oC tho good things and a few of the bad ftacould be passed But suddenly a loud I noise was heard from the White House It was traced to the Presl j dents room and was found to be a threat to veto the bill Mr Aldrich rushed up to seo what was the mat ter and the President called his at l tention to the fact that the bill mode j no provision for finding out how much the railroads are worth This little omission Is important Tho law authorizes thQ Interstate Commerce Commission to decide what v Is a reasonable rate for freight The 4 Commission loss pointed out that a reasonable rate Is one which will yield a fair profit on the value of the road Tho railroads agree to this But right there they split Tho railroads claim that their outstanding stock and bonds should be used as the basis on which to fix a reason able profit But the Commission claims that the railroads have been known to Issue stock and bonds for which they have received no value In other words they have watered their capital and says the Coramls clon it is not fair to make the shippers pay di vends ou this watered stock So the Commission and it Is backed by time Supreme Court has asked for the fixing of some bawls of actual value wblcli It can uso In determin ing rates Some of the Congressmen have tried to pass a law calling for an appraisal by a commission of experts of all the railroads in this country but they have always been beaten by the rail road lobby Mr Taft has been will Ing to let the railroad stock and bonds stand where they are now but has been trying to get Congress to forbid the Issue of any more without permission of tho Interstate Com merco Commission which would see that there was acme real value for the stocks But Congress has balked on that too Hence the loud noise lu the White House Mr Aldrichs hur ried trip and the statement by Mr TaftIt is now reported that Mr Aldrich will give Ina little He will not go the whole thing of course but he wilt do his utmost to fool the people and the President He has cooked up a scheme to have a com mission apolntcd to look Into the matter and bring In recommendations to Congress at the next session The use of a commission to decide on a thing which has already been decided on by the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Supreme Court of the United States Is not apparent to an outsider but It must be that Aldrich Lopes to make both Taft and the American people believe that something is being done iu the right direction Tho questions now in teresting Washington arewill Taft fall for It and If he does will the people And Washington politicians are beginning to be a little scared trf Tariffbilltheir hearts- It Is worth noting that the question of what Roosevelt will do when he gets back Is becoming mighty hot It Is probable that Mr Roosevelt will do something and when he does any thing there is sure to be some fel low at the other end some one who has something done to him Folks want to know what will be done Also some of them ore asking anxi ously Will it be done to 11101 Somo of them are rightbut who knows V which ones they are Trouble- If people wero as resolute In reduc- Ing their wants as they are in Increas ing their demands the worlds worst troubles would quickly disappear Plenty of Undug Diamonds According to a statement by the German colonial secretary the value of the dlnmondlferous deposits In German Southwest Africa amounts to 250000000 iMan Wins Corn Eating Contest Man won a championship by eating 56 cars of corn at a sitting Only know of one other animal that could compass such a featNew York Herald Girl with Tenor Voice Miss Ruby Helder whoso first concert given at Queens ball recently excited considerable Intoeat Is a Brie tol girl of 18 endowed with a pure tenor voice of wonderful range and power She la now qualifying for ora torio and recently sustained the entire tenor role In a performance of The Messiah The Gentlewoman Make Good Apologies count for but little In the business world Good Intentions posIsess value only when they are fied by actual accomplishments The test of all things is that which measures results These constitute the court of last resort If they are of a desirable nature the one bringing them to pass is recognized as worthy of confidence If they are not he Is asked to retrace his steps and revamp his line of operation Fraternal Monitor 4WEBUYWOOL i 17Uhtl- aI pethaaafeatsxeosmisssiaaeiduats Relnticc ur beak VfulBniFtctUMf dimf WfJUbfykttttt t- uteu s a N SABEL 11 SONS LotliTnk Ij i 1 1 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting y mbtuncd every Thnrtdijr at Bert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Raton PAYABL8 IN ADVANCE Out Tear fiM Six Month 6 t Three Month Mr B nd money by Pottofflce or Kiprns Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one and two tat tumpi The date aneryaur name on label iihowa to what date subocriptnon la paid UltInot banged within three week alter renewal Mtllyul Mlutnr numbs will be gladly applied If we rekvtloed Fine premlnmi cheap with new mbsertptlotu and prompt resawsls Send for PremIum Liu Liberal term given to any who obtain new ubacriptlona or ua Any one wndlnr ut four aubcdpttoos can reclereTlie Cltutn fretCailr for one Advertising ratea on application uauntta or xEATUCTY PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 A Chicago man has asked a dlvorco because his wife drank two cases of beer a day What she wants Is a pipe- lineI It fa still pretty hard to get any I thing less than the kidnaping of a millionaires child Into the dally I press I i St Louis man swears that his subconscious self was in control when he got married Sounds much like the I majority of cases A Russian prince Is named as co 1respondent in the divorce suit of a F turpentine king Heavy lies the head that wears a crown In Kansas men will not go to the farms while tho moving picture shows are In operation with a daily change of programme The aovement to teach girls how to COOK pie haa been greeted with great pleasure by tho many men who have heretofore dreaded marriage A New York cafe that arbitrarily 9 required Its patrons to wear evening dress has been closed thus striking 1 another blow for freedom of action t You can step on tho grass In New York now But somehow there are other things wed rather do while pay ing hotel bills at the rate of 8 a minute A Sing Sing prisoner complains that was given an ammonia bath 1he some improvement installed they started calling the place Osslnlng i A Chicago doctor says that a man is as old as his blood vessels The men in St Paul also usually are about the same age as their bones nerves j and other paraphernalia Professor Lowell now in England ofjnot at all like men But he did not mean this as a slur on human beings Friends ot the art league in Chi urging the pork board to iabandon the word boulevard and to call the highways connecting the park systems drives or roads or parkways The people of Chicago are rapidly becoming purists It will be remembered that Eugene Field prophesied that If Chicago ever got Interested t in culture Chicago would make culture hum The ballooning fatalities in Oer many should servo as a warning to amateur aeronauts everywhere at the opening of the season for aerial flights The ascension with the Porn mern which ended in the Baltic sea was undertaken when a high wind pro palled and when professional aero- nauts would have considered it rash to start The second fatality revealed the dangers of descent when strong r winds are blowing The young Locbinvar of the twen tieth century has to be uptodate or There1tgetaway with a willing and adoring sweetheart but it will not be utter the charger which has stood conveniently 1 anIthe fastest motor cars that can be requisitioned And then the hunt Is not always successful A youthful pair ran away In that fashion at San Diego Cat and so far as heard from I have not been captured The rage tOt changing names sometimes runs up ugalnst a snag Someone succeeded in rechristening Tot tenvillo down on Staten Island and substituting the title of Bentley Manor Now the descendants of the quarterbavename baok So do tho Daughters of tho American Revolution whoso pa triotic spirit naturally revolts at the fact as alleged that the now name Is that of a man who was a Tory in the Revolution Sometimes the adoption of a new name for a town Is marked bY more haste than discretion A clubwoman wants college girls protected She fears they think too deeply Well if they didnt think deeply at times how should ire know the correct way to make fudge 7 y N SEAL OF STATE SECRETLY TAKEN EXCITEMENT FOLLOWS NEWS THAT OKLAHOMA CITY WINS IN STATE CAPITAL FIGHT GOVERNORS DAUGHTER STONED Forced to Flee with Her Escort from the Streets of Guthrie When She Cheered for Oklahoma CityTook Refuge In Governors Room Oklahoma City OklaIn n wild automobile drive In tho midnight hours the seal ot the state of Okla homa was brought from Guthrie to Oklahoma City following tho announcement that Oklahoma City had won in tho state capital fight by a majority of more than 00000 votes over Guthrie and Shawnee Tho seal was removed surrep titiously from tho secretary of statos office and now is declared to be In tho rooms of Gov Haskell at tho Leo Huckins hotel Jane Haskell the 17yearold daugh ter of Gov Haskell was hooted end stoned from the streets of Guthrie when she cheered for Oklahoma City and was forced to flee to tho govern crs room in the Royal hotel with her escort Sho came to Oklahoma City on the first train TO ADJOURN AT EARLY DATE Members of Congress Expect Session- to Close Nct Later Than June 30- WashingtonConferees on the ad ministration railroad bill were in ses sion more than six hours and made such progress as led them to predict that they will be able to report to congress early this week probably not later than Wednesday- In the tentative draft that has been made up from the bills as they were passed by the house and senate the only two questions that remain In serious dispute are those relating to the long and short haul and the period that increases in rates should be sus pended to give tho interstate commerce commission time to pass upon their reasonableness With an agreement on the railroad bill in sight the members ot congress are beginning to figure on adjournment Pow members of either branch now expect the session to last longer than Thursday June 30 and not a few have put their guesses as early as Juno 25 which is Saturday A GIGANTIC COTTON STEAL Memphis Tenn Sensations con Untie as a result of indictments returned against prominent clubmen la Memphis charged with association with a gigantic cotton steal in tho past several years Involving the literal lifting of thousands of dollars worth of cotton bales in some Inv stances the bales weighing 500 pounds Capt C M Cole president of tho Cole Cotton Co and well known HughNotthas been indicted and detectives are looking for others alleged to have been associated with a successful scheme In the past five years whereby systematic robbery has boon made of cctton from the railroad depots of the Illinois Central the Frisco and the Rock Island systems with the aid of clerks ELEVEN FLYERS WILL START Indianapolis Ind Eleven aviators will start in the national aviation meet at the Indianapolis Speedway to continue throughout the week Tho entrants will try for worlds records In the chronicled achievements of men flying In heavier thanall machines The twoand ahalf mile motor track will provide a perfect course for the manbirds in their races and speed trials Prizes are ottered for match races for machines making the shortest surface start for machines land ing closest to the starting point for remaining In flight the longest period altitude carrying more than one passenger crosscountry flights returning to the aviation field speed from one mile to ten and gliding to earth with the motor shut off Missouris Tobacco Crop Jefferson City MoEarly estima tion and advance figures intended for the 190 Red book of the bureau of labor statistics indicate that In all thee farmers of Missouri in 1909 de voted n010 acres of land to tobacco and at an average production of SS5 rounds to the acre tho entire crop for that year amounted to about 4433850 pounds of leaf Builder of Ferris Wheel Is Dead Chicago Charles E Atkinson fa mous as an engineercontractor died here He built the first bascule bridge in Chicago and constructed the fa mous Ferris Wheel of the Worlds Fair Appendicitis Is Contagious London Many British physicians approve Dr Donald W C Hoods as sertion that append leis is contagious This contention has caused die quietude In tho minds oi the yxrpla generally OLD PROFESSOR BIRD ITS A SHAME TO PUSH EM OUT POSTAL BANK BILL IS PASSED HOUSE ADOPTS MEASURE BY A VOTE OF 195 TO 101 Last of Tafts Proposed Acts Goes to Senate for Concurrence Democrats Split Washington With the Republican side a unit and the Democratic lines broken in twain the postal save ings bank bill was passed by the house Thursday by a vote ot 195 to 101This is the last of the presidents legislative measures to have to pass the houso at this sessionthe last at least that tho president will insist on The house has now passed the rail road bill the statehood bill and the conservation bill The injunction bill will be permitted to slumber in com mlttee the president having told house leaders ho will not insist on it From now until adjournment the house will mark time while the sen ate completes its work and the con ferees get together on bills on which I tho house and senate disagree The general deficiency appropriation and tho public buildings bills can bo brought out and passed at short notice Neither will be the subject of general attack- Whether the postal savings bank bill as it passed the house will have to go to conference Is uncertain The president approves the house bill which Is a substitute for the senate measure Senator Borali who was one of the most active of the Republicans in framing the senate bill has told the president that there Is a chanco of the senate accepting the house bill The house bill differs from the sen ate bill In many Important features mainly In the difference of amounts of deposits to be carried in local banks and in the control of the presi dent over the amounts so deposited The senate bill carries a hard and fast clause holding halt of the deposits in local banks not subject to withdrawal for investment in any see curities and providing for means for the withdrawal by Individuals of their deposits for investment in govern ment bonds- BOUTELL IS FOR LICENSE Congressman In Address Before Brew era Convention Declares Prohlbl tion Does Not Prohibit Washington In addressing the an nual convention of the United Brew ers association Wednesday Repre sentative Boutell of Illinois made an unqualified attack on prohibition Three lessons he said were to be learned from the several states that had put prohibition laws into effect These were he contended That prohibition did not prohibit that when the open sale of mild beverages was forbidden the surreptitious sales of strong spirits of an inferior quality greatly Increased that there was an appalling increase in prohibition states in the demand for patent medi cines tonics and narcotic drugs Mr Boutell declared that prohibi tory laws whether effective or Inef fective were regarded by the wisest statesmen and philanthropists as out of harmony with the spirit of ideal government of an enlightened free people Paint Kills Prize Cows Washington laA diet of paint was fatal to three registered Jersey tows belonging to Scenery Hill farm ers A can of paint had been thrown Into the pasture After tho cows ate tho paint they ran about trying to gore cne another Four Earthquakes In California Santa Clara CalFour distinct earthquake shocks were registered by the seismograph at Santa Clara college Friday The entire movement lasted about three minutes II CLOSE TO MAN HIGHER UP Fisherman Is Star Witness In Bribe CasesMore Charges Filed Against Lorlmer Springfield 111 Charles Cole a fisherman from Beardstown was the star witness before tho grand Jury Wednesday and as a result of his testimony States Attorney Burke Is another step closer to the man high er up in the legislative bribery casesAside from being a contributor to the Jackpot to the extent of 1iO Colo Is the possessor of numerous de ails concerning the manner In which It was collected by whom the money went Ho declared that ho told the grand jury everything he knew about the Jackpot Washington Senator Cullom Wednesday presented to tho senate another memorial with respect to the election of Senator Lorimer to the son ate from Illinois This latest request for an investigation Is signed by Jerome R King of Chicago Mr King asserts that Senator Lorl mer was elected by a combination of renegade Republicans and dishonest Democrats In violation of the letter and spirit of the primary law Chicago Tho Jury which will try Representative Lee ONeil Browne who is charged with offering Repre sentative Charles White 1000 to vote for William Lorimer for United States senator was completed Thursday LORIMER CHARGES ARE FILED Senator Cullom Lays Before Senate Memorial Prepared by Voters League of Chicago Washington Senator Cullom Tues day laid before the senate a memorial prepared by the Legislative Voters league of Chicago embodying formal charges against Senator William Lorimer Senator Cullom offered tho memorial without comment and it was read only In part and referred without comment to the committee on privileges and elections Tho leagues memorial is a long document embodying the confessions of White and Holstlaw that they were bribed to vote for Lorimer the brie bery indictment against Leo ONell Browno and otherwise summarizes tho allegation heretofore published as affecting Lorimers election This memorial places formal charges before the committee and is a basis for action which tho senate has not had before ASKS CHANGE IN RATE BILL Taft Sends Special Message to Con grew Urging Modifications to Conform With Agreement Washington President Taft sent a special message to congress Tuesday in which bo recommended that the clause of the now railroad bill which gives the Interstate Commerce com mission power to investigate and sus pend Increased rates filed by the railroads he modified so as to take ef fect immediately upon tho signing of the act As it stands In the bill the provision would not take effect for 60 days The president bases his request upon the agreement be reached with tho railroad whereby they agreed to withdraw all increased rates until the new law is signed- Nurserymen Elect Officers AssoIthirtyfifth annual convention here Fri day by electing officers and choosing St Louis as the next meeting place W P Stark of Louisiana Mo was chosen president Wrecked Steamer Floated Snult Ste Marie Mich The steam er John D Ketchum II which has seriously Impeded upper lake naviga tion since being sunk In West Neoblab channel was floated Friday I LIONS SHARE OF SALARY ADVANCE UNCLE SAM RAISES PM f OF THE HUSTLING POSTMASTERS a JOY IN KENTUCKY DISTRICTS Ohio Leads with 183 Increases West Virginia 42 Increases and Ken tucky 36 Increases Washington Tho pogtofllce depart ment announced its annual readjust ment of salaries of postmasters and the figures reflect a prosperous condi lion throughout the country since In creases In compensation for this class of olllclals Is based upon the volume of business transacted The total ad dition to become effective July 1 Is 1350000 The Ohio valley states will receive more than tholr proportionate snare for 337 postmasters In that region will bo advanced while only 23 will bo re duced In consequence ot a diminution ot receipts during tho fiscal year Ohio leads with 183 Increases and Is charged up with eight decreases In diana has 75 Increases and etc doe creases West Virginia leas 42 In creases and three decreases and Ken tucky 36 Increases nnd six decreases Following are part of the readjust menlsKentuckyDorea 1700 to 1800 Bowling Green 2000 to 2700 Campbellsvllleburg 1900 to 2000 Clinton 1500 to flCOO Cloverport 1200 to 1300 Columbia 1300 to 1400 Frankfort 2800 to 2900 Franklin t700 to TlSOO Glasgow 2000 to 2luO Grayson lOOC to 1100 Greenville 1500 to 1600 Hardlnsburg 11204 to 1300 HIckman 1700 to 1800 HopIdnlvlJle1400 to 1GOO Lagrange 1300 to 1400 Lancaster 1500 to 1600 Lawrcncoburg 1800 to l00 Lexington 1300 to 3400 Marion 2400 to 2500 Mlddlesboro 2300 to 2100 Mlllorsburjr 1100 to 1400 Nicholas Hie 1700 to 1800 Owciiftboro 3000 to 3100 Owcnton 1FOO to 1600 Paducah 3200 to 3300 Palntsvlllc 1300 to 1500 Princeton 1800 to 1900 Richmond 2200 to 2400 Seottvllle 1300 to 1400 Smiths Grove 1100 to 1200 Taylorsvllle 1000 to 1100 Winchester 2100 to I2ROO Jecrolscsltardwell 1600 to 11 300 London 51700 to 1600 May field 2400 to 2300 Midway 1400 to 1300 Newport 1300 to 1100 Sob rot 1300 to 1200 LOUISVILLE GIRL BECOMES SIS- TERI OF VISITATION Florence Mattingly Receives Habit of Anne Marie at Memorial Exer vises at Georgetown Georgetown KyThe three hun dredth anniversary of the founding of tho Order of tho Sisters of Visitation was celebrated with unusual ceremonies at Cardome the only house or convent In Kentucky and one of twen tyono houses of tho order In America Bishop lines of Covlngton conferred the habit of the order on the following three candidates Miss Dominica Bry an near Louisville becomes Sister Mary Raphael Florence Mattlngly Louisville Anno Mario Margaret Haggerty St Louis Mo Marie Den nlie The order was founded at An nech France and this house or con vent after a century at White Sulphur In this county moved to Georgetown and tho hand pme quarters on the for mer Gov Robinson estate fifteen years ago Many of the clergy from out in the state and of the laity from boxing ton and Loulsvlllo took part In the high mass A banquet was served at the noon hour between the ceremon ials KENTUCKY COURT DECISION Holds That the Treasurer In Second Class Cities Controls the Fund Frankfort Ky Neither the mayor nor the sinking fund commissioners of beeond class cities have nay authority to make deposits of funds due the sinking fund or to have In any man Her the control or possession of tile money to the credit of this fund was the decision of tho court of appeals In the case of George W Walter treas urer vs John J Dorian et at revers ing the Judgment of the McCracken circuit court Tho court held that when Walters succeeded Dorian as city treasurer It was the duty of Dorian to turn over all the funds that had come into his hands as treasurer from whatever bourco or for whatever purpose In tended and It was the duty of Wal tern to receive them and deposit them ns required by the statute in the city loposltory selected by him The court says The treasurer has he right to change tile depository and of course to remove the funds deposited by Mm Louisville Ky Ofllcors were elect ed and the next annual meeting place was selected at tho closing business session of the National Hardwood Lumber Dealers association here Fred A Dlgglns of Cadillac Mich was chosen president A hardwood famine as the result of the reckless waste of timber by lumbermen In the United States was predicted in the report of J II Stlmnon of Indiana His report suggests reforestratlon and exemption from taxation of holdings of standing hardwood timber as rem rillcc FIRST ANNUAL MEETING Croup Four Bankers Addressed by Newspaper Man Kllzabcthtown KyThc firstannual meeting of Group Four of the Ken HARRY SOMMERS 111lIznbethtowntho Fourth district counties and UH membership numbers about 100 The address ot welcome was delivered by H A Sonimevs KNEELING IN PEW Little Alma Kellner Was Seen by at Louisville Woman on Day She Met Death Louisville KyAlma Kellner reach ed St Johns church on the morning of December 8 Just as mass was clon ing and kneeling In her pew she said her prayers unconscious that before the day was over she was to fall vic tim to a fiend Mrs Elizabeth Dollo saw the child walk down the alslo take a sent in a pow in the middle of tho church and remain there until services were over Mrs Dollo was attracted to the child by her tardiness Mrs Dollo watched her arise front her seat but lost her In the crowd When she reached the open however she said she saw Alma standing In the middle of Walnut street shading her eyes and looking up the street I know It was Alma I couldnt bo mistaken I noticed her Very closely and know exactly how she was dressed said Mrs Dollo As I turned the corner and walked out Clay street tom home I saw her standing in the mlddlo of tho street before the church looking up the street an though she were expecting somebody to coiito along I told Father Echuhmann about It two weeks after the child disap peered to BODIES REMOVED Remains of Students Who Died Fifty six Years Ago Georgetown KrAn Interesting ceremony took place inure when the bodies of two Georgetown college attn dents who were burled 66 years ago woro removed to the Georgetown cem eteryThe young men U A Thompson and Rurrell Heidelberg died while ate tending college hero In 18S4 They were members of the Tau Theta Kappa society and were burled In an old graveyard used at the time The Tau Thetas went in a body and with proper ceremonies exhumed tho cotflns TOBACCO DARN BURNS Fire Destroys 10000 Worth of the Weed at Mayovllle Mayfield KyA large frame toe bacco barn In South Mayfield was de stroyed by fire There was about 10 I 000 worth of tobacco belonging to V B Cochran of this city and Clarence Brown of Paducah In the barn all of which was destroyed Tho house was tho property of Frank McClain and It won uninsured and valued at 1500 The Insurance probably covers the tobacco loss VICTIM PARALYSIS H F Troutman of Bullitt County Suffers Stroke Shcpherdsvlllo Kylt F Trout CountybankTroutman Bros union veteran and Chairman of the Republican county committee of Bullltt county sustain cd a stroke of paralysis while at his fishing camp Central City KyDr A D James aged 60 years former congressman from the Third district and United States marshal nt Louisville after a long liMBS during which he suf fered excruciating pain died at Pen rod his country home Frankfort KyOno of tho victims of pickpockets in Frankfort on capitOl dedication day It has Just developed was Gov J C S Blackburn who lost about 30 In currency Ho does not i know when It was taken from him IFrankJlnProt John D Spears of this county has been elected principal I of the Auburn high school Tine Logan county board of education has estab lished the county high school at AuIburn which Is to be merged with the public school and conducted In seminary building theII TREATED AS FIRST AMERICAN Of TIME 1 Theodore Roosevelt Most Highly Honored in Europe EXCITING INCIDENT IN ROME Former President Delivered Scholarly Lectures In parts Berlin and Ox ford Represented His Country- at King Edwards Funeral Scarcely less Interesting than his hunting trip In Africa and at times almost as exciting wore tho adven tures of Col Theodore Roosevelt In Europe There ho desired to bo treated ns a roan of letters and science rather than as n sportsman and his additionFuropothe most distinguished American of tho time and everywhere ho went honor wero showered on him Em j orors kings princes and all manner of royalties and nobility greeted him dined him and toasted him and tho people in all the lands that ho visited I turned out in vast throngs to see him and cheer him t In Parts Cbristlaula Berlin and Ox ford Mr Roosovelt delivered scholarly public addresses and tbo literary and scientific circles opened to let him In and marveled at tho wldo scope of bis knowledge Tho event connected with Mr Iloosovolta European tour that aroused the mot Interest and excitement occurred Immediately after his Arrival In Italy early In April Before he loft Africa his desire to pay his respects to tho pope had been con voyed to tho Vatican and the holy father had Intimated that he would boI glad to see tho distinguished Ameri can About the same time former Vlce President Fairbanks was In Rome and had arranged for an audl cnco at tho Vatican which was can celled by tho pope because Mr Fair banks first addressed the Methodist mission in Rome When Colonol Roosevelt reached the Eternal City ho pl pri1 htbr received through tho American minis ter a message from Cardinal Merry Val papal secretary of state to the effect that tho popo would grant an audience Mr Roosevelt if he not repeat the mistake made by Fairbanks The colonel promptly called It all off stating that as an inv dependent American citizen ho could not submit to such restrictions Tho 1pLeaving the Sorbonne Paris bead of the Methodist mission tried to make religious capital out of this and Jlr Roosevelt thereupon canceled the plans for a general reception to which Methodist had been Invited Thus with his usual luck and facility for coming out top he had the best of tho matter nil around and his conduct was generally commended all over world Mr and Mrs Roosevelt and Kermit were received by tho king and quoen of Italy and spent some days in that country The colonel and his wife vis Ited Venice and traveled ones again the Riviera routs that they passed over on their honeymoon and next Mr Roosevelt visited Vienna and Budo I pest where he was given a royal wel comeParis was next on his itinerary and there nn April 23 ho lectured in tho Sorbonne before a great nudlonco of municipalIty Franco and various learned societies vied with each other in doing honor to the visitor and for amusement ho was taken to the field of aviation where aeroplanoQlghtsTraveling northwarJ somewhat leis urely by way of Brussels Amsterdam and Copenhagen Mr Roosevelt ar rived at Christiana and delivered address international peace before tho Nobel prize commission which had awarded to him Nobel peace prize for his successful efforts end the RussianJapanese war Emperor William had made great muTaking the Air Austria plans for the entertainment of tho ex president In Berlin but the death of King Edward caused the curtailment of the program to a considerable er tent Instead of being the kaiser guest In tho palace Mr Roosevelt stopped at tho American embassy and though William received him and fnm Um cn T I LMOSEV IN VENICE del to did Dir I the on tho an on the to In dined him and showed him tho Ocr man tinny in maneuvers the moro spectacular and public features wore omitted On May 12 Mr Roosevelt delivered at the University of Berlin an address on modern civilization which was highly praised for its scholarly qualitiesHaving been appointed special am bassador of tho United States to at tend the funeral of King Edward Col onel Roosevelt next crossed the channel to England and when tho body of tho dead monarch was carried to the tomb ho was one of the remarkable crowd ot royal personages and distin guished men that followed the gun carriage on which Edwards coma was borne After tho funeral he was re ceived by King Oeorge and Queen Mary and by tho widowed queen mother and In a quiet way made nec essary by the mourning of the nation much attention was shown him This culminated In London by n reception In the Guild Hall at which tho free dom of the city In a gold casket was presented to him Ho was tho guest thereafter of several prominent Englishmen and on Juno 7 he delivered the Romance lecture at Oxford which had been postponed by tho demise of the king This was the most pretentious ot all his European addresses and the best HIs subject was Biological Analogies In History The University of Cambridge hon ored Mr Roosevelt by conferring up on him the degree of doctor of laws and tho occasion served to d mon rtrato his popularity with all classes Aa Mr Roosevelt accepted htt di ploma from the hands of Vlce han cellor Mason tho students who crowd ed tho galleries shouted Teddy Teddy and let down a largo Teddy bear from the coiling The whole audience cheered and the colonel aa ho passed out smilingly patted tho Teddy bear Later that day Mr Roosevelt addressed 700 graduates on all kinds of topics On Juno 11 tho traveler together with Mrs Roosevelt Kermit and Miss Ethel sailed on tho Katserln Augusta I Victoria on their way to Now York and the rousing welcome that ho knew waa awaiting him from his fellow I countrymen ItENRr FOR Y The Parable of the Tares Sudsy School Lesson for Jnne i6 1910 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXT Matthew 132430 SS4J Memory verses 37 SS GOLDEN TEXTThen shall the righteous ahlne forth an the sun In the kingdom of their Father Matt 134- 1TlMKAutumn of A D 23 lLACBOn tie shore of the Sea of Galileo probably not far from Caper nnumSuggestion and Practical Thought This parable helped the disciples to understand somo problems that con tinually presented themselves in their thoughts about tho kingdom of heaven It Is a picture of tho con tending forces of good and evil in the world and tho victory of tho good Tho Good SeedVs 24 37 38 Tho kingdom of heaven is tho king dom which has its origin in heaven and which Jesus as king camo to es tablish on earth in which tho laws of heaven lire obeyed on earth so that earth becomes like heaven Tho Sower of the Good SeedVa 24 37 Tho man represents tho Son of Man through whom God was man ifest In the seed sowing He is the source of all good seed Ho began in tho Garden of Eden and has been sowing ever since Every good man wherever found is a child of God born from above by the Spirit and made alive with the life of God Tho Field SownVs 24 38 Tho field is the world It is not tho church but the whole world not Christian lands but all lands in which tbo true church is the good reed In his field The whole world belongs rightfully to hrlst Tho sowing of tares is a usurpation Christ came unto his own The Good StedVs 24 38 The god seed aro the children of the kingdom those who In heart belong to the kingdom are filled with Ita epiitt and strive to live according to Its principles Gods children aro good seed living seed The principle of life ot increase la In them Dea4 seeds do not in crease A dead church does not grow and this Is fortunate for neither God nor man desires an in crease ot that kind of Christians or churches Thero is a great variety of good seed adapted to all seasons and all circumstances producing different kinds of fruit at different times But remember that Christians are planted as well aa sown planted where God desires them to be by tho streams of water lsa 13 Tho Enemy Sowing Taros Among tho Wheat Va 25 28 39 While men slept that is secretly when the good did not realize what was going on any more than a sleeping person could The beginnings of evil aro often scarcely discernible Tho young often begin courses of evil aa unconscious of its tendencies and outcome as if they were sound asleep His EnemyTho wicked one the devil vs 38 39 Ho was the original source of evil among men The story is truly told in Genesis God is not tho author of sin either at first nor at any time since Everything God does In toward making men good Tho tares are tho children of the wicked one filled with his spirit liv ing according to his principles and under his control They are not a degenerato form ot virtue but as dis tinct as virtue and vice They often resemblo the good till tho fruit begins to appear but they are as differ ent as wheat and tares as thistles and rosesThe Wheat nnd Tares Growing To getherVs 2C30 Let both grow together until the harvest Because at first it is very difficult to distin guish between tho wheat and the tares Tho tares are counterfeit wheat Because when the distinction Is clearer there Is danger lest while ye gather up tho tares ye root up also tho wheat with them for tho roots of the two are Interlaced together- It in absolutely necessary before the grain Is used In tho harvest to avoid the mingling of tho kernels of the darnel and the wheat lest the bread be poisoned The Harvest The Fate of the TaresVs 30 3942 Lot both grow together until the harvest which takes place at the end of the world v 39 or ago Say to the reapers the an gels v 39 Matt 1627 2431 3 Theo 17 any beings or powers which accomplish this work To burn them So as to destroy their power of evil nnd to keep thorn from spreading They shall gather out of his kingdom all things that of fend v 41 that cause others to stumble In the path of righteousness The Harvest The Blessedness of the Righteous Va 30 43 Then whore separated from evil shall tho righteous shine forth as tho sun Here nro found hope nnd cheer amid times of opposition nnd tho flourish ing of evil Make tho evil help the goodChristians themselves are educated and disciplined by contact with the tares Thsy would not bo nearly so good It shut off in a community by themselves Tares would still come In It the wheat dues not seek to chnugo the tares Into wheat the wheat will dogouorito Into tares This Is always so then good people would fence themselves in from all contact with the world whether by mon nstorloB and convents or by exclu sIvenosB of churches or neglect of missionary work As Professor Bownu says Character cannot bo developed regardless of activities cf life OUTLOOK IS BETTER Business Shows Improvement and Increased Confidence Compared with Previous Week Now YorleR O Dun 8 Cos week ly review of trade says With a compromise effected on the question of railroad rates which I though depending in part on action by congress on the railroad bill Is regarded as satisfactory and with crop prospects for both wheat and cotton decidedly good tho business outlook shows much Improvement over last week Tho Improvement Is largely son tlmentul but Increased confidence al most invariably leads to increased tradeFormal notice from the largest pro ducers of cotton and wool goods ot an Intention to curtail production very materially bespeaks the difficulties besetting textile lines as a conse quence of the subnormal demand and tho pressure upon costs Induced by the high and uncertain values on raw ma torlals Manufacturers are purchas- Ing In n limited way and there is some increase In tho call for staple domes tics while the miscellaneous export trade continues quiet but fairly steady the best markets being the Philippines and some of the South American countries fill best feature Is tho fre quency of small orders and the in Istent requests for prompt shipments which are regarded as proofs that stocks are relatively low and must soon need replacing Values are gen orally steadier Trade In footwear continues quiet ond manufacturers throughout Now England are running under materially reduced headway but slight Improvement Is noticeable as Now England manufacturers ore getting in more fall orders Current orders are still back ward Leather is decidedly dull Dull ness and weakness characterize tho hide market and prices are lower on about all varieties Rank exchanges continue in fairly satisfactory volume tho total this week at nil leading cities of the Unit ed States aggregating 3173765561 an increase of 11 per cent compared with the corresponding week last year and of 304 per cent with tho same week In 1906 New York city and several other centers report small losses in comparison with a year ago but the largo gains at other cities result in n total net increase for all cities reporting It may also bo noted that the average dally bank exchanges for tho month to date which more clearly reflect conditions are much larger than In either year with which com parison Is made At Cincinnati the movement of dry goods Is less active and retail trade continues dull but the situation is ex pected to Impove when temperatures become more normal Some betterment Is noted in tho market for pig Iron Continued cold and wet weather retards retail sales in most lines at Cleveland but wholesale dealers In dry goods and footwear report busi ness active Failures and Exports Now York Bradstrcets says Business failures in the United States for the week ending with June 9 were 189 against 160 last week 197 in the like w fek of 1909 253 in 1908 161 in 1907 and 170 in IMG Business failures In Canada for the week num ber 36 which compares with 18 for last week and 29 in tho like week ol 1909 Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending Juno 9 aggregated 1700 000 bushels against 2970663 last week and 1857848 this week last year For tho 49 weeks ending June 9 ex ports are 13R202072 bushels against 162770195 In tho corresponding period last year Corn exports for tho week are 239639 bushels against 238740 last week and 14314 in 1909 For the 4I weeks ending June 9 corn export are 27497472 bushels against 28970 OC5 last year THE MARKETS Fruits and Vegetable Cincinnati June 13 Potatoes Homegrown 30a35c bu sweets Jersey 4 brl Kentucky 21 225 CabbageKentucky lal25 brl Parsley 20c doz beets 20c doz Apples Baldwins 6a7 brl Oranges Valencia 3a350 box Lemons Call fornla 350a4 box Pineapples 2t 250 box Live Stock CattleShippers 640a750 butcher steers extra 710a725 common tc fair 425aG heifers extra 710a725 common to fair 325a575 cows extra ii3Ga565 good to choice 4COa525 canners 225a325 Bulls Bologni 465a550 extra 560a565 fat bulls 575aC CalvesExtra 975 fair tt good 825a950 Hogs Selected heavy shippers J950a955 good to choic packers and butchers 94G1950 mixed packers 940a950 common to choice heavy fat sows 775a875 light ship pers I945a955 pigs 110 Ibs and less 875a9i5 SheepExtra 5 good tt choice 435a490 Spring LambsEx tra 925 good to choice 850a91C clipped lambs S4a6 Grain Market WheatNo2 red 51tOal13 No red 95ca106 CornNo 2 white 6- 1a6Br No 3 white 66a66c No 4 white 61a64c No 2 yellow 62aS2c No3 yellow GlaGl e No2 mixed 62 a62i c No 3 mixed ClaG2c No 4 mixed 58a61c whltn ear 63a66c yellow ear 63a65c mixed ear 63a6Ec Oats No 2 white 40a4ic No 3 white 39 a40c standard white 40a40c No 4 39a391cNo36Ha38Hc Barley No 2 spring 72a 74o No 3 GuaMc No 4 64a65c No3 spring 70a72c RyeQo 2 81aS3c No 3 72a79c No 4 67a72c rKentucky Gleanings I Most Important News Gathered from All Parts of the State INTERSTATE COMMERCE NOT IN VOLVED Court Holds Attorneys Are Not Agents for Buyer or Seller Frankfort Ky Reports furnished by attorneys for guaranty companies aro not instrumentalities in facilitating or carrying on Interstate commerce This opinion was delivered by tho court of appeals in tho caso of tho United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co against tho commonwealth in which the judgment of tho Mason cir cult court imposing a fine of 150 on the company for failure to pay a state license was affirmed The question Involved was whether or not the company at tho time of tho indictment was engaged in the bust ness of Interstate commerce and ex empt under Section 4224 of tho Kentucky Statutes providing that each person partnership and corporation having representatives in this state etc shall pay a license tax of 100 All for the interstate commerce pro vision the appellate court says It la not the stato to placo any burden of restraint in any way of taxation or otherwise upon any of tho articles or things that are sub- Ject to the Interstato commerco until it has acquired a status or place of abode within tho jurisdiction of tho stateTho court also says that the Mays vllle attorneys furnishing these reports were not agents for either tho buyer or seller in tho senso that tho goods or articles were bought or sold through their agents TREASURER FARLEYS ADDRESS Bankers Association Is Given Finan cial Condition of State Louisville KyStato Treasurer Farley addressed tho Bankers asso elation on the financial condition of tho state and the interestbearing warrants outstanding He said in part The stato of Kentucky is in as good financial condition as any state in tho union and much better than most of tho states Tho total indebt edness ot Kentucky at this time represented entirely by outstanding war rants nearly all of which are interest bearing amounts to approximately 1200000 There are no outstanding bonds to pay and nothing but current expenses to meet I do not Includo the appropriations made by tho lato legislature and approved by the governor amount Ing to about 450000 or 166000 of an appropriation made by tho legisla ture of 1903 for the State university and the normal schools which is not due until next July aggregating all told fGlGOOO The appropriations of tho legislature of 1908 amounted to something over 1300000 Tho assessed value of the property of the state is 28275022 You can see by this that the state owes but oneseventh of one per cent of the as sessed value of her property and as to the question of ability to meet obligations is 1 think a pretty safe in stitution to loan money to MYSTERY SOLVED Treasure Box Found In Dlx River De posited by Robbers Before Civil War Danville KyThe mystery sur rounding the discovery of the old box with gold coins in Dix river near Kings Mill in this county has been solved E Flalg one of the older citizens of this city states that prior to the civil war this section of Kentucky was Infested with bank robbers and that a bank in Nlcholasvillo was robbed at that time and the robbers traced by n posse to the Dlx river cliffs where the trail was lost In later years a member of the gang on his death bed in Lexington confessed to the act and stated that a box of the coins secured were dropped in tho waters of Dix river at Kings Mill Several searches wore mado slnco that time by local citizens but to no Avail The box found by George Kcl lar at that point contained several gold coins and it is quito evident that the bed of tho stream is the resting place of rainy more shining shekels COMMISSIONER OF POORHOUSE Lexington yCounty Judge J Percy Scott appointed Charles Land as receiver and commissioner of tho county poorhouse to succeed M L Tribble whoso resignation was recently accepted Mr Tribble was a Republican while Mr Land was a Fusion Democrat as Is Superintendent Reynolds NARROWLY ESCAPE BURNING Glasgow KyThe family of C Ick en who reside near 011 Wells this county narrowly escaped being burn ed alive while asleep In their beds The engine that pumps the oil wells was located In an engine house In the yard a short distance from the house and during tho night tho engine house caught on fire and was burned to tho ground while tho family slept The fire aroused some nearby neighbors who hastened to the Ickers home and found them sleeping soundly c 1 PROGRAM COMPLETED MidSummer Meeting of K P A In Mlddlesboro MIddlesboro The plans are now matured for the 41st annual meeting of tho Kentucky Press association which will be held here Juno 20 to 25 Inclusive Secretary Daniel Bowmar of Versailles has arranged the fol lowing program for this midsummer meeting receptionat MIddlesboro hotel followed by ball Tuesday Morning 830 Address of poembyRoutine business Tuesday Afternoon Trip to mines Train leaves Union station at noon lunch at mines at 1230 p m Tuesday Evening 730 Ladles ses sion 9 oclock Informal ball at MId dlesboro hotel PaperWhatPress L C Llttrell Owenton Kyi paper Machine vs Hand Composi tion S M Sauflcy Stanford Kyi paper Making Statesmen and the Reward John D Wakefield Louisville Ky paper Writing Editorials Desha Breckenrldge Lexington Ky round table Advertising Homo and Foreign What to Print and What Not to Print Ed D Shlnnlck Shelbyyllle KyWednesday Afternoon Excursion Mlddlesboro Belt Union station at 3 p m stoppinglit plant of Now South Brewing and Ico Co for lunch return to city at 5 mWednesday Evening 700 Recep tion at Mlddlesboro hotel by Eighth District Press League 9 p mGerman at MIddlesboro hotel led by Mr W V Richardson Danville and Miss Margaret Mount Lancaster Ky- Thursday Morning 330 Paper The Editor In Politics Tim Need ham Winchester Ky paper How To Make a Newspaper Popular W J Denhart Bowling Green Ky paper The Business Office M F Conley Louisa Ky round table Express alone and Suggestions in Getting Sub- scribersI J R Lemon Mayfield Ky Awarding prizes for job work Election of officers Thursday Evening 730 to 9 Smoker at MIddlesboro hotel follow ed by ball- Friday Morning Trip to Plneville KENTUCKYS AUDITOR Wants Courts to Decide Time for Issuing Warrants for 40000 Frankfort KyWarrants for UO 000 appropriated at tho last session of the legislature for improvements and maintenance for the Kentucky Institution for tho Blind at Louisville will not be drawn at one time as de manded by the board ot visitors un less Auditor James is so instructed by tho courts The legislature passed a bill approved by Gov Willson providing for the issuance of warrants for the institution payable in 6 12 18 and 24 months of 10000 each Auditor James has come to the con elusion that the legislature meant that the first warrant of 10000 should be paid at the end of six months the second at the end of 12 months and so on He does not believe that the leg islature intended to make an appro priation of 40000 on which a fifth of it would bo paid out in interest aa would be the caso it tho warants were all issued at once and discounted 1 KENTUCKY WIRE TAPS Whltesburg Hiram 11111 aged 22 formerly of this county a nephew of Attorney Robert Blair dropped dead while reading a newspaper at Kcokce I VaHendersonA deed Involving a consideration of 03552 for coal min- Ing property was filed hero by the Pittsburg Coal Co of Baskctte this county The deed was made by tho trustees in bankruptcy of tho Green River Coal Co and convoys 3835 acres of coal and mining rights Frankfort Gov Willson Issued a proclamation to tho people of Kentucky urging them not to celebrate tho Fourthof July this year with a roar of cannon crackers fireworks can nons and explosives He urges that they celebrate with a sane and sara couttleLexlngtonThoI 111th commencement of Transylvania university was celebrated in Morrison chapel Dean W P Rogers of tho Cincinnati Law school delivered the principal ad dress his subject being Making tho Mcst of Life It was an appeal to young men and women to place character above everything else Miss May Robinson sketched the history ot Transylvania R C Frost delivered the class oration his subject being An Economic Crisis 111 Lunger AmericaI of Tab ernacle Baptist church was accepted by his congregation after unavailing efforts had been made to Induce him to withdraw tho resignation- Mr HInes said bo had mado arrangements to enter a new field ot pastoral work in South Carolina and considered it his y to go IHiIsvlllo Tho n tt annual con vention of tho Kon icky Bankers as sociation will be hold In Louisville September II and 15 This fact was determined by the executive commit tee of tbo association u t ti tlvmwwioso ooegsaeeeoaottoeotl 1 0 0 I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere 11 sei6e eomipoadrac pikliiktd aden ilpiei IB tall by the writer The wine It lot lot paWleatJot bit a an Tiaiao of rood faith Write plainly 000oiOUOUOUvevvvuvJACKSON Otto ANVILLE D SundayIand Mrs Oharley Smith vls Mrs Wm Belcher SundayMr J W Feltner and Goorge Faulkner from Barbourvllle spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr John Medlocks lisa Donnle Frost of McKee Is visiting Mr and Mn W A Worthington this ifreek MUa MolSIo Johnston visited hor sister two days last weekIr and Mrs F W King and Mr Jesse Truitt visited In Annvllle Saturday and SundayThe Sunday school and Christian Endeavor was well attended Sunday PARROT daParrotare not looking very promising Ing to the cold weather Mr G nistorebardMr Grover Gabbard of Hurley attended church at Letter Box Sunday The holiness people will hold their OOmmunlon at this place on the fourth Sunday In this month Everybody In j vlied Mr Joseph Flinchum of Cincinnati has been visiting frleadss and relatives at this place the past cousinI1urday night There Is Sunday school i at the Seven Pines school house every Sunday at nine oclock Mrs Rachel Price and daughter Minnie went to J Olin Friday on business Mr P R Ponnington of Loudon gavo a v ILterosting talk to the Letter Box Friday night The 1-Ieoplosst at this place have had no mall forI two days on account of high watsr Mr Phee Hellard Jackson County hustling drummer was In this part Sunday OltUKNIIALL I Greenhall June l3The Greenhall and Royal Oak baseball teams h secured a diamond from Mallssie =eel nror John Ncely on Little Sturgeon creek where they will play the remainder of tho season Samuel Tho i unIyoung mule for 1i6Wm Mays j Gentry etc captured a moonshine outfit near Nathauton Saturday J I N Smith and wife visited rrlat at Nathanton J friandgoon and visdayCool1 U06 and growing crops are doing poo- rIyJ D Smith writes from Califor l ale that he is ell i faipleased1 Childs will leave for Hamilton 01 the last of this week Miss B alltires rheumIattsmlrrs old friends at Greenhall the last few days He will work In Owsley Cou this summer at the Sunday soboolwas workWe wore surprised to h ar of Mr Stanley Frost giving up the deditorship of The Citizen and V r i sorry but feel that his successor t continue to do the good work Mr Frost Is giving up We extend to Mr Faulkner a welcome and hope r ofbuildinginjthroughciovin IIUTTOM Clover Bottom June 12Chlldrensd Day at Cave Spring school house SunCane day proved a success and was well attended Miss Hattie Cruse delivered the welcome address Miss olleedo wilrI Juno examination at McKoe for aateachers certificate We wish her sue 5l1- oets Squire Engle will have a lull docket in his court on the 18th hutMrs Lucy Dean lost a fine lot 5 of young turkeys on commencement is 4 II day They were caught by toxeslJssalDaisy Cruse Is visiting home folks this week ailss aiolllo Pearson has t been visiting Lucy Dean for a fewP daySThe race for congress in thisof country is being talked of consider able now and sides seem to be lining up People have much sentiment and feeling for Mr Powers They alsoto consider Mr Edwards as one of thelhoa best congressmen Kenutcky ever had anti it is hard for them to decide beStween the two menTobacco settingar Is progressing nicely here but thoba plants are small SuPKIVBTTPrlvett June 11old Aunt Po Mathe4 oclock the Rev Culton of ruchno Wcdenburg 7jentpast week Misses Eva and Bessie ItPeterstry visited Allen and Rachel iiotfainter I 25odt 1 aeeorotlevoloAo oloolotll ei Will Simpson Is very poorly Cook spent Sunday at air L J Pe owlterslIr A Wicker and son made Ira business trip to London last eukwUe oIron 110ohie Is Improving N E It ITt There la a tide in Laurel ForkW J aioore Leo County is visiting his parents Mr and lire G W aioore airs Bullock Is no better Married on May 20th Mi Green Morris to Miss Margaret I Rice We wish them much happiness and success through lifefir 1l mbar i Bowles who has been attending school home4RlIon W C P townIWdayllght j fighRtICKCA5TLE CON WAYI Conway June 13Mm Della DalleyI is very stelellrs W ai about tho same ailss Maggie Dc vtsltjns her grandparents air and W ai Hayes this week Misses morJLucy ogajslxtdaydaughtersinlaw and 6 grand chll i Jren were there AlKenJoyed them rYtselvpA fiIand took the family group air YouidleJacx Wood of Wlldie visited this i place SundaysymRoo 1 Boone Juno l3The Rev C Wilson tailed to fill his regular ap andeveOf quitye a aftelLambert and air James Lambert mad a business trip to Brlnell Ridge last Saturday air J Dehart of Richmond was here on business last ws Llzza Yornle of Corbin is visiting jjrJends and rolatlvos near this place a few days last weekW H Grant bIBolen Is planning to go to Illinois soonCorn crops In this section look rly wellJir and lira A P Gadd of Straight Creek are visiting raia near this placelie Cal Chas n Is visiting his parents air noel last airs B B Cbasteen aire John Wren was ofnBerea a few days weekI two Summers railroad agent of Parisby In this vicinity ono day last week A from this place attended I commencement in Berea last Wedne i A tryMitor two hundred dollarsIIYRockford June wens lisweekbalIngnday and Sunday night wndu by the Rev Cornelius There Is Suns school every Sunday at Scat Everybody come out and nave a good thing for the folks Come out every one and lets all the good we can and the l bless our workJ J Martin w Rockford Monday on Buslnois and Mrs Robt Bowman SundaylrIAsCasper from Hamilton Ohio He thinks no place like home Misses d Stella Cornelius visited Misses Bpeople olddayMru laski County are vlslltng rela this 1lace- Rockford June 13 Married week Mr Dan McCollum to Miss Mao Durham also Mr Harris Durham Miss Lula McCollum May their of bo long and happy Miss Hazel Ogg and Bertha Freeman were at Berea Cane visiting Sunday We last always glad to see old friends of ck at Scaffold CaneUr T C Station Holt and family visited at Rockford Kelley nday evening Mr J M D often and JIlfo C rtin was thrown from her b week but thru good fortune was The l1urtlr and Mrs H E Bullen learn re at Rocfkord Sunday ALLENS FOOT The ult4epUcpowdatabeehakealntothe O ItyoaherenredethiagteettgAllmFoobuildi tall Inhot wealing feet Kellerebunloasof all pain and give rest andAiwq UM It to llreak Iu Ncr ahote AddaeaptAllen 8 Ulmted Le oyNy Take 4 1 OWSLEY COUNTY Tireey and Charles Addison who were char ed with house breaking waived theirout trial and await the report of Grand Jury Addison gave bond but Tirey remains In jal1oUe Ila noel Galley Hoskins of Blake vi SundayBllae a business trip to Brcahtltt Co one day this weekWm Becknell and of Blake Visited B CornellLenurday and Sunday A Ken River SatonagoThe two little daughters of bigandBlak lastethe Grannery Richardson Springs hIs healthW L Peters and 11 Gentry lelt Sunday for Chestnut IIrgon Oele and Terrah Gentry loft Satur day to attend the commencement at DereaIrs Martha Hurst loft one day this week to attend a holy meet Ing In Indiana Charles Hoskins aged 14 years cut and wounded Ballard Becknell In the hip Becknell only g 12 years old This occurred Sun June Cth Nathan Bowles Clayton Gentry and Tom Bowman saw the t TIA IULI schTravelersoral Mrs visisMieoloyJohnson Mlllard Botner who been at Hamilton 0 for tie s has returned home to llta Grays lined up Sunday after nst New hope when a sit wer called off the game a h Inning leaving tho score G 11 avor of the Grays Wo congrltlu the New Hope boys on their imptidemont this season Mlw Anna 0111111 Irvine woo a guest of Miss Ella Botnr last weekMr and Mrs Ja j ng visited Dr J Herd at boons I Saturday noel Sunday Eelbod In this vicinity seems to be In pathy with Mr Powers candidacy for Congress CmCTUSRicetown June ILevi Reyn oldsand Eversole was hare a few dayslug agoI G Moore Is sick Hwell was at Idamay a fo ago r merchandise Leo dark was here Friday and Saturday Ito 1 tauollonIJohn DorteDarn lorefamily will preach at Grassy Branch Su ndaya oherrday give Powers a large majority A par of the precinct composed of ins t 104 shooljir powers will likely get Tnero Is one doubtful voter GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick June l2John Rob died at his home near Ca Monday June 6th Coneum supposed to have been the his death He leaves rf wife and small children Ho was well liked all who know him Phi dear one from us has gone A voles we loved Is stilled place Is vacant in our home hich never can be tilled ss Fannie Kldd Is troubled with rheumatism S W hale steleIle Charley Gaffney soft ly were the guests of G K last Saturday nlglit Torn a telling from 335 to J860 per Hogs 8 to 9 tents per pound few plticlsfoldStIttS24thungaboiorddrlSlbettAshesPeopleto ba taking hold of The Cltl Is toLydathe tain and We are sorry to lose I editor but hope we have go ROOiveslastESTIII COUNTY hStationfolks Inwholast Wednesday returned Ii Sunday There Is a great deal r grippe and other sickness at === CampJ B Kelley A n Henry Gould James Sparks others of Wagersvllle went thru J 100arsereader of this paper will be pleased to that there la at one dreaded dlieaie stnqemedicaliralentlty lenSEptem thereby destroying the foundation of and the b ng up the comthullonendauatlagrotor tdoing have aI AOneMAddrcHalf Family J1I1lor constipation our town Monday on their way to- ItvlneWl1l1e Collins 1p working for J D Kolley again J B says he can not well get along with his work w Willies assistance Mr and 31 re theJolts P lyclley Mrs Lucy Warford i and daughter Annie of Wagersvllle Sare all sick George Trlbble Sr noel ICelteclcounty last week buying hogfc Dud l8aacs of Drip Rock Jackson Coua passed thru Station Camp Monday Turner Kolloy is suffering with a coldL H Flynn and daught- a Ia86cd tliru Station Camp Ale lastwerourday on busluo B Tobacco grow Fore of this section are having trouble ing enough plantsT P Roav es Richard Cox were on middle Fork Sunday i forLOCUST nilAXOH mLocust Drench June 18 Married the 9th last fir Holland Lai heart to lira Mandy M Harrison LeHarrison OftndedjLunsford gollveretlThe singing conducted under the man Woltgool for him when this one Is out 118 May Kindred with her mother tjuMlMholatha Llsa larger one daml8eOncroddellhaeel weedtArv tolnteran out t 0 CLAY COUNT lUlU Dory June 5Thero Is a large tide In Sextons Creole today The Rev Jon es who was to be at Kills DmnehIto preach Saturday night come Mr Green and Harrison Sing leton went hunting Saturday Otani gskilled a large ground school at Ellis Branch la IJrogressI nleely with good atteudanceThoI body of S Fields who was dnwned last Tuojidoy was found last Sun day and was laid to rest at the old grave yard on Sextons Crock to Mr and lira Plwis Murray baby gIrlThe regular ale e t ChuvuleraboughtSunday There will be a on March at Clarks school housoj theI21th of Juno Mre Mollle Olb on no better Mr 3wlrQ1JllacoIrs Mary Sparks of Sex ton IB 111 theIGIOn0IeOrccausepreaching at the Hooker school Saturday and Sunday by the Rev pot Mr John Cox who has hadnt ntimesaid that Mr L P Garrison has wit drawn his bankruptcy suit compro inombbacco and all those who have tuba 00 Drops are expecting It to bring the large Income Tho Farmers Unl Exchange is expected to start In a days at Lebanon with a fun tal stock famSaxton her2thCIIFielda one mile below whore he was wned Born to Mr and 31 ion Smith a fine toylire liarY rks has been very III but Is much er at present Born to Mr and H Peters a baby Dire Stance no rMr J A Hunter has purchased a new organ John family of Berea will visit repativ wht a Hhort time ago win arrested on the 28th of May and keelllngWIhave with logs There is a big tide Sexton todayU W Allen and Uomelast to have a fo 60 YEARS ForEXPERIENCE IIDUIQNII rqnlrklention U probably etentahe ommnnlea ai HANDBOOII on IttenU t free Ideate for patent atent taken tbrouuh loan A co recaln chare0lotdeScietiiific handlOme IllnttrfclfKl wnklr Iree t etr enlulonotnredentlee Journal TernaNa euldbyallnewedealerti1UNN D classThe correspondent of place has been gone for a while will write oftener In the 1thviBright Shade Juno 9The regular church services at Mud Lick tile third Saturday and Sunday of this month Mr Dick Banger ofI Knox County visited this place SnU lyday the 4thThe farmers are far hind with their crops owing to so mi ere vliG1Vngited Sianow school at tho Asher Fork ach jMrs Lucy Wagers returned I visit to her father on Horse Creek DrljhtISn flIhero MADISON COUNTY thnKingston Juno laMr and Mrs wis Sandlln entertained a number people at their homo Sunday In people at their home Sunday In hon of their daughter Mrs Clara Far c Powell Will Ogg and olio liyI teeand Miss Martha Powell MM Hlddull Is tho guest of Julia Maupln this wcckIrs Will Ruckor to layctto County to spend n J thAndersoned to preach at the Baptist char second Saturday and Sun ennthMrSaturday night with Mm Lalns par ontoThe Rev Vanderpool will his apitolntmont at the Hall n Sunday lire Joe Tvrrill has return from a visit to Mt Vernon Mr liefua Nina Ogg woro gusts of Martha ow ell and Soda Powell Sunday night j Mrs Robert Hudson anti daughter Dora and Vina were In Richmond Sat urday on business Charley Plan spentSundayKingston Juno 7 Married at the home of the bride In Richmond Mr 0 P Jackson to Miss Bottle CaulchIr Jackson U the son of at I J H Jackson of this place He a young lawyer and County attor Mr and Mrs Jackson left 1m j nlydlately for Iotrolt lIch to vii 4t I relatives They will return to Rich i tPowelldaChasterLunsford visited their daughter at Berea Tueudoy Mr Chortle Powell a now buggy Dr and J1 Cooke visited relatives at lJreyfusn weekMr Arch Murray a ter made a buslnesa trip to Rlohmondd llondaq31rs Den foparentsweak Several from here attendedCpleats at the Glades arssdays to visit her sister Mrs WhitIIn iaoue County 11rw spent Saturday In Berco Mlw 011 Iawron who has been at Crab hard In school for ojreturned PosvDena llof Heron Commencemont WoJ Mr Farris Marcunt came viilitI several daysMrs Julia Maupln w ers Richmond on business Monday llie Powell went to Dig Hill Mon of SrltanuARrw i Brynallat lilac Knob church Sunday Mr II T Jon ily are having mumpj at present Joe Powell has moved from e to Red Llok Mlw Pearl 110 has gone to Indianapolis for two weeks visit with hoi brother Wllllareme lullingio mancementMrs Gco Ames Is here Isablndambiid Infirmary to be trailed by DrI OIbson1I9s Laura Pigs has new i organ vmmltrCrook Juno 7The farmers eare getting along nicely with their crops In this section Tho Rev Par atI j better00Aon Mr A B Ever pars1lta of plcturo frames th W II LakeMr W A John horse fell on him and hurt his arm very badly On the fourth Sat monUltlwroCreek church for tho purpose of gets I tlB a preacher Bradley Lake at HartsSundayjWo are sorry to give up Mr Rico schoolIoungiValley View June 11Jllo Thomas e son of Mr and Mrs Caleb Johnsg died at the home of his parents oilJlny 21st 1910 The sympathy of tho tire community goes out to tho parents in thorny great bemweiuwijt 9 extCOMMENCEMENT tIbut think that he was looking forward to tho day who Ula own children nfore some commoncoinvnt audience would proclaim tho princlpion that should govern thorn and with their enteehappy he would be What did Jio manjro8tl w throngs on the streets Ibis ildrenho was planning for his ildren Now + lo must live for thorn soon they will live for him but af tar a while his life will only be knovri at It li seen In theirs Whnt pleas wore you making for- your children on Commencement dn saw tho police take pistols front thatdaylieen drinking aid wore fat beconitnr dlstrubers of the peace You saw a andrenriucnco of whisky you know that two or three Whatdr your children JaConunOllcomont repIIOl1tati uponthorny l1adIUtIn their madness disarmed II Inoarcornted Their schooling was a different kind and THB1R COM aiBNOEMKNT not o auspicious The two ways are before us noel spooksro era for the on rcor of uss RGdnoea and liolpfulneM and tile rom mencement for our children shall bo tho bettor kind No Need for Broom theymakeGold In Water A cubic mile of sea water contains 178421700 value In gold This val uatlon Is bated on the wellknown fact that a ton of sea water contains an iproximately one grain of goldPop 1 ular Mechanics SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultryremeeon 1I1th absolute Certainty to cure and pre cnt RoupIernect of poultry dlsrases A nw drop In the drinking water keep fowls and kortooBourbon Poultry Cure EQUALIPerbRysertLOyurhet BodICoxIti u s A At All Loading Druoaltts BOo par Bottle Trial Vial Fr sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati This College win organized In 146 and the Cfith Annunl Session begins October 4 1010 Three sessions of seen inonllis each are ro for graduation This is the first dental college established In- thoVollt It IB coeducntlonni noel has n teaching corpn of twenty In structors Its buildings are modern anti well adapted to tho require ment of modern dental education and HB clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In clinical instruction are also givenFor further Information nnd announcement address H A SMITH D Sl Dean 110 OarfleldF Place Cincinnati Ohio I