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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bIt = it i jlES I IDENT S OFF ICEVI I3EHCA X 11 Knowledge is power and the I 1 TIzI31NrAblrmintlhelod way to keep up with modern I newspaper knowledge is to read a good i visa tnaUmattrr Devoted to the Interests ofthe Mountain People Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 23 1910 One Dollar a year No 52 NEWS Of THE WEEK Roosevelt the Weeks Chief Attrac tion Boundry Dispute on Way To Settlement N w Stars For Flag Changes In the Supreme Court Congress to AdJournA Unique Suggestion ROOSEVELT HOME KxIreaJ dent Roocovelt arrived In NeN York orf Schedule time Satur day morning the 18th Certainly no American and possibly no human being ever received such a welcome as awaited him He bad btn absent 15 months in Africa most of tho time but for the last six weeks In Europe Before land ing ho was transferred to another vessel and conveyed up the Hudson at tho head of a great naval parade amidst tho booming of big guns lieIwas then welcomed homo by Gaynor after which the land parade j of Rough Riders and citizens begun New York was In guy attire and most of the day waa consumed In making merry over the return of tho great est living American ROOSEVELT RESTSCol Roosevelt enjoyed last Sunday as a day I of rest It was tho first day for mIteen months that ho has spent in privacy and rest Ho intends to drop out of public sight as far ast possible Ho will make a tour of thei country next fall- THEODORE I ROOSEVELT JR MARRIED Theodora Roosevelt Jr was married Monday to Miss Eleanor Butler Alexander In New York The I couple will spend their honeymoon In I 1 California It U thought that he will return to business In Connecticut Because of his resemblance to hIs father In many ways his career will be watchers with Interest CONGRESS SOON TO ADJOURN Tho present session of Congress will J probably como to a close tho last of this week The Republicans point out that no other President has pushed through more legislation in one session than had Pros Taft Ho has tariff revision conservation Iobtained postal savings banks and railroad nfeasures TO ARBITRATE BOUNDARY DI8 lUTE1t Is agreed by tho united j States and Mexico to settle tho Cham Izcl boundary dispute by arbitration i This tract once of very little value has suddenly become worth between one and five million dollars because It adjoins tho rapidly growing city of El Paso Texas Communication la being carried on by telegraph in order to get It before tho Senato adjournment By the terms beforeI to a Canadian jurist will j balance of power In the arbitration to act as an to tho Internal I lonal Boundary CommllslonI SURGEON SEWS HEART A rare operation was successfully performed I In Philadelphia when Dr Frances T Stewart took six stitches in the heart of a man stabbed The doctor severed four ribs from tho breast bone reach ed in and between pulsations took six stitches with fine silk thread The mans condition was too serious to Continued on fifth page 1 I I r III c r WeAre 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 Friend Made Clothes Make Friends R R COYLE The Clothier Berea Kentucky MRoFROSTSLETTER Sees Funeral Procession of Late King Waits Seven Hours 6000 Peo ple Faint Proceitlon36 000 Sol diers Generals Dukes Princes Nine Kings and Roosevelt London England June 8 1910 Hint friends in Berea You have read in the papers about the Kings funeral procession but you may enjoy swing It through our egos For a week following the Kings death the slow moving city Reeme J I in a rush and hubbub such as Chi j cago is In all Ute time And It Is no wonder for seven million people must put away spring colors and go into i mourning Accordingly all stores mutt take down from their windows tho beautiful colors and put black Int their places Very gloomy and for bidding these windows look though i one of there windows haa been JmI proved by tho changethat of the mil liner It somehow seems Inconsistent to make mourning hats grotesque i Consequently the monstrous shapes which appeared In the bright spring millinery have given way to more moderate ones The daily papers told of the i arrival of noted people One day ItI was the queens sister from Russia another day her daughter with her husband and little boy from Norway again Roosevelt etc etc until all the extra space In tho city teemed filled with kings and dukes and prin cos One lady said she would be co relieved when all tho kings got out of the city for sho feared a dynamite explosion every minute A few days after his death tho palllien where for throw days all who wished could pass the coffin People passed in procession four abreast from six In the morning till ten at night each day Sometimes the procession was seven miles long On the day that Edith and Cleveland went It was two miles long when they trot there and they took a street car to the end of tho lido It took then tour hours to get to Westminster Hall and they reached homo tired enough We had hoped nil time time tint wo wouldhavo i chance to see the funeral jrc wade i as it passed from Westminster 1U1JI to the railroad sta tion a distance eft three miles Seats were for rent nJt along the route in windows and doors on balconies and Urn top ot houses but at prices rang ing from fivp dollars to several hundred each Many mid five dollars for a very poor sent from which they could barely get a squint at tho pro cession One man rented his windows for enough his house rent for four years Another man took out the wholo front o house and put raised seats on the drat floor Friends told us that prices of seats would probably drop at tho last as they did at the coronation and wo waited foij the reduced rotes But no drop oagjgj very last wo gavo up hope of seeing tho procession as It SMjmed outofthe 11I J Il HOLLAND ACT UNCONSTITUTIONAL precntUShelby County which was passed over the Governors veto at the last siision of the legislature by a nearly strictly party vote We are glad to announce that the Act has been declared uncon stitutional by the Court of Appeals the highest court in the State The Lexington Herald a Democratic paper comments upon the Act and the decision so sanely and strongly in its editorial columns that we venture to quote- KENTUCKY SAVED A MISFORTUNE We congratulate the State upon the affirmation by the Court of Appeals of the decision othe Circuit Court of Louisville that the Hol land Act passed lIy the last Legislature 1 unconstitutional We hope It will he many long years before Kent has the shame of hat ing another such act paused by her Legislature It was vlolatlve of every tenet of good faith subversive of every principle upon which the progress of the nation was founded And now It has been de dared unconstitutional by the highest court of the State There was no justification for anyman voting for such an act we m are confident the great majority of those who voted for It either did so under misapprehension or now regret their action It Is certain that they would regret their action bpd not the Court of Appeals raved the State from the misfortune of having It remain on the ItlJtutehooks I NO SPIT NO CONSUMPTION Consumption is the greatest scourge of the human race Ills fitly called the great white plague Until recently it could not be curedand it is hard to make the ignorant now believe that a cure is possible But there is no longer any doubt about it in the minds of medi cal men and all those best qualified to know Still nil agree that it is best not to wait for the cure It is safest not to take the disease And we call attention ill as striking a roomier as we know how to the simplest of all preventive measures no spit no consumption This means simply that if people will give up the spitting habit the disease will not be communicated from one to another and when those that now have consumption get well or die the difease will be stumped out The germs are carried chiefly through spit and when we quit spitting they will cease to be carried from one to an other Give up the spitting habit That is a small price to Doesnt it seem sot Possibly if a greater thing was asked we would do it more readily Give up the spitting hubit and save 6500 lives in Kentucky every year Give up the spitting habit and save 200 000 in the United States every year Lust week we published an article entitled Join the Fight Against Consumption We call attention here to the cbiefest and best way to enter the fight But we shall have more to say much moreWatch for it question to stand for hours In order to secure a place on the sidewalk Edith ftatdshe would not stand tour or six hours to shake hands and talk to all the kings in tho world Four hours In the procession had satisfied hr Not so Cleveland To see thirtyfive thousand soldiers numberless generate dukes and princes nine kings and Roosevelt seemed to hint worth any amount of weariness No such chance would over come to him agnln It did seem unjust to deny him yet he ought not to go alone Ills father was not equal to such an undertaking lIOI I decided to risk the consequences btandlng In a crowd for six hoursIny 415 In the morning the street car The usi Unit London had never before seen such a night that thousands had been pouring to the center during the night so that by midnight the sidewalks wore lined four deep In some places This sound ed discouraging but at five oclock we found ourselves In a good place in tho second row with some very short people In front of us Most of the people In front of us were sitting on the curbstone Many wore sound a sleep having been there since two and three oclock Now that we had secured our favorable position the question was whether we could stand until eleven oclock without fainting away Some pleasant people soon Joined in and conversation helped pass the timeThe street too was full of Interest regiments of soldiers and dignitaries In full regalia hastened by to tho place where tho procession was form ing People rushed up and down look Ing for a foothold on the sidewalk People In carriages and automobiles pressed their way slowly through the crowd to reach the buildings whero they had engaged windows Two beau tiful horses fell on the slippery as phalt pavement causing distress to people both Inside and outside the carriage Au ambulance with a corpsI of red cross nurses took position near us Policemen took their places in front of us and mounted policemen kept the crowd in the street moving In a short time now these mounted policemen would clear the street of j all vehicles and people two rows of soldiers would take their places In front of the policemen on either side of the street thus guarding tho procession from any kind of attack or disturbance We felt sate and comfort able and quite equal to tho remaining two hours of waiting But all of a sudden Something hap pened In clearing the street tho mounted police for a few minutes lost control of the crowd They plunged their horses Into the thick of the l 1Ih r TVcrowd aud pressed it to elthen side A wave of humanity surged up against the sidewalk crowding those already on the walk Into halt the space they previously occupied Those who hail sat on the curbstone since two In tho morning found themselves close to the wall We struggled to keep our footing We gasped for breath If our hands were up we could not get them down it down wo could not get them up One man said I leave a policemans whittle that might help some but i cant get my hand to my pocket Waves of motion started at a distance swept over us and we bent as helplessly before them as gfaln before tho wind Breathing was difficult All were suffering A few grew frantic and tried to push for room to breathe but calm steady voices would call out Dont push Keep quiet Very ordinary looking men revealed their true nobility in protecting the weak steadying the nerveless commanding the reckless The sun camo out and people began to faint From time windows above sponges tilled with water were lower ed Most would have been only too glad to make their escape but nobody was allowed to pass tho line of police unless they were fainting Many around me fainted and were passed to the front where the red cross nurses took charge of them In an open space where the side street en tered the main street One of the motion waves carried Cleveland far from mo but another brought us together again He had shown splendid pluck In spite ot be- Ing nearly burled by tho big people around him and burdened by heavy clothing and a rubber rain coat which drew the heat Suddenly he said I believe Ive got to get out I looked at him His ashy face and lips told the story A burly man ordered Pass way this little fellow Is fainting In a minute or two we wore out of the crowd Into the open space What luxuryto be able to take a full breath of fresh air Cleveland did not quite lose consciousness and with in ten minutes air and water had com pletely restored him Part of the pro cession had gone by but now he was in frouUj f the rows of soldiers and within a few feet of tho procession and in time to see the gun carriage and all the kings and queens and mill tary commanders and Roosevelt At the head of the procession were many regiments of soldiers some English some from other countries There were three regiments from Germany A moldier pointed out to us Lord Kit chener and Lord Roberts great generals of the English army After the military dignitaries came the coffin drawn by eight horses The coffin was not in a hearse but on Continued on fifth Par 1 6 f 4i6If Youll Need MoneyI I I f IIAs long as you live so dont lay yourself out to spend all you earn as fast as you earn it If you I would get ahead and become independent save t money regularly and put it in the Berea Bank CS ff Trust Co where it will work for you 24 hours every day and earn you I f 4 PER CENT PER ANNUM I Compounded Semiannually t I I Berea Bank Trust Co t l W H PORTER President J F DEAN Cashier t 1 to I WASHINGTON LETTER Work Nearly DoneMany BllltPasi edSpeaker Shorn of Remaining Power by Change of RulesCan nons Fate Undecided Washington D C June 18 1910 Many things have been accomplish ed here this week and the Administra tion is getting ready to point with pride to its record for this Congress tho that record is pitifully less than Prey Taft has so confidently been I promisingThe results of this weeks work in the line of legislation have been time final passing of the railroad bill and of the statehood bill but far more Important for real good Is the changing ofi the rules of the I House For years one of the chief complaints of the rules has been that when a bill had once been assigned to inlon It again If the committee did not goglcone chief powers of the Speaker that he not only appointed tho committees j but decided to which committee he would refer any bill Time result was that when ho wished any bill to be forgotten ho would send It to some committee that had a good forgetter There were a good many such in Con greas and some of them could keep right on forgetting when the whole country was howling for action That is what happened to the pure food laws for fourteen years and there importantIi of some one and against the desires ol the great majority beInoj rise and demand a vote of the whole house on whether or not they will ron sider a bill This will also have the advantage of making It possible to get I a recorded vote on some hulls which the people want but which a majority- ofI representatives for some reason I would be glad to kill If their consti tutents did not loom of it There is a serious danger however and It will not be time to shout very much till we see how the new rule works While It Is very desirable that the majority should have more power than the speaker It Is necessary that they should have more power than the minority When any set of circumstances Is such that the minority can delay legislation at the game time making the majority take the responsibility you may be sure they will do It This now rule may possib ly offer an opportunity for the Demo crats to tie up Congress indefinitely They could move to have bills recall ed from committees when the bills wore of no Importance and of no gen eral Interest and by keeping this up they could prevent action on the really Important bllla of the session For this reason the operation of this rulo has been limited to a part of one day a wook on the ground that when It fan not be used much It will uo used for Important things only We shall see There is no doubt that this change takes away most of the Speakers towerwhat ho had left and makes the House more indepen dent and untrammelled than it fcaa tcontlapedon Fifth list + LIJl I l IN OUR OWN STATE I y Laws of Last Legislature Go Into Er I iandDistinguished Visitors IThree a i STORM IN GARRARD I the worst hall storms ever j known in the state cut a swathe i about a mile wide thru a portion offGarrard County last week The stonesyare said to have been as large as I I hen eggs and much stock was Injur ed and poultry killed The wheat I corn tobacco and hemp crops in the path of the storm are reported to be almost totally destroyedV jtI CURTISS AT LOUISVILLE Glenn H Curtiss who recently made himself rich and famous by flying from Now York to Albany is cutting capers about Louisville this week withILfbeingBlue Grass Fair lIe would prove aIgreat attraction j STILLS CAPTURED A raid iI made by government officials in t Owsley County this week resulted in the capture of two distilleries one being very large The officers failed to locate the owners j VICTORY FOR DRYSA local 1 option election in Hancock County resulted In a great victory for the temperance forces the wets not carry ing a single precinct In the county + 1 The election was called by the drys 1 and their majority was 835 j THREE GOVERNORS OUR GUESTSGov Hadley of Missouri Gov Sloan of Arlzonla and Gov LIAnsel of South Carolina have been Reek the guests of Governor Willson tblst J j The visiting Governors with Gov t J Willson comprise the committee ofNthe conference of Governors appoint ed to select the site for the next ir 9 annual meeting It Is thought that tour own new capitol will be chosen IIas the meeting place aP iThe first conference of Governors 1 was called by President Roosevelt and the meetings have been held hither to at the White House It would bo a great honor if our own state se cures the flrst peeling away from Washington I TRAIN LEAVES TRACK The L N northbound passenger train No 32 left the track all but the engine and rear coach early Monday r morning near Falmouth No one wasIkilled but five men are reported seri j ously hurt Three coaches were neafIupsldeI I j the other way they would have gone over a precipice High speed on a j curve Is given as the cause PREACHERS FATAL FIGHT is reported from Williamsburg lit Rev Robert Vanover was killed tho Rock Creek Baptist church Whitley County by the Rev Isaac I Perry The reports are conflicting ClSIto tho cause of the trouble It seems however that Vanover was up forI trial on his own appeal from the for mer action of the church deposing ur him and during the trial the diffi culty arose which resulted in Van overa throat being cut by the Rev M Isaao PerryiOther reports hint that a number of people were implicated in the Continued on Fourth Paged TI L 0 t t DivAslAUTROR OF VMACJIiEclf Uesl T I 1LWTRATIONJf CRRWf7RDO roCOPYRJGJIT1907 EYfYARM SYNOPSIS J Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine of ruble hoping that the would love her In return for her disclosure They wero followed to the cavo by the relatives who blocked up the en eupplleavinga- tlaad her betrothed down a cliii overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The strange was revived from a water gourd Saa4 carried hIs way out of the tunnel and departed deserting the girl and carrying f a rubles Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pur suit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prlDlfloAonna became engaged In London to Konatantln Ix rotholi a wealthy aredc financier Her Intimate friend was Countess Leven known as Lady Maui whoso hUlbana had been killed by a bomb In St Peters burg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Tom an Amerl can who had been a cowboy In early life but become one of the richest men In the wend Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as soon as fie heard of her betrothal Ile lady Maud hercharity ihhiforano would winning the singer from Logothetl Daroka ap proached liocothetl pieledas rubyruble to aelL lie to lfargaret CHAPTER III Continued Tm not sure I never ask myself questions about what I do I hate peo pie who are always measuring their wretched little souls and then tinker lag their consciences to make them fit I dont believe Iwlsh to do anything really wrong and so I do exactly what I like always K you will only go on doing what you like Logotheti answered tIft will give me the greatest pleasure In the c world to help you I only ask one kindness You have no right to ask me any I I v Fuss Coal I thing today Youve been quite the l most disagreeable person this after noon that I ever mot in my life I know I have Logotheti answered with admirable contrition Ill walt a day or two before I ask anything f perhaps you will have forgiven me by that time thinIg i h Ho was silent now that she wished l to know his thought- Have you forgotten It already she inquired with a little that was encouraging than con temptuous for her curiosity was i rousedThey looked at each other at last and nil at once she felt the deeply die turbing sense of his near presence which she bad missed for I though she was secretly ay llttlo afraid t and ashamed of It and today It had i not como while her auger had lasted nut now it was ctronger than ever be I because it came so un fexpcoledly and it drew her to him eyes met and they looked long at ono another in the shade of the elm tree on tho lawn as the sun was going down Only a few minutes had passed since Margaret had been tYOIT angry and had almost that sho was going to quarrel I r t j and break ker engagement bollovedI free and fiaw the could not J her taco away and when her hand felt his upon it Ike let him draw It slowly to him aid halt unconsciously she followed bor hand bending towards him sideways from her seat nearer and nearer and very near And as she put up her lips to his bo would that she might drink his Koul from him nt one deep draught ovea as one of his peoples poets wished in the worlds spring time long ago It had been a strange lovemaking They had been engaged during more than two months they were young vital passionate yet they had never kissed that evening hour under the elm tree at Versailles Perhaps It was for this that Konstantln had played or at least for the certainty it meant to him If ho had doubted that she was sincere CHAPTER IV o Without offending Mr Van Torp Lady Maud managed not to see him again for some time and when he un derstood as ho soon did that this was her wish ho made no attempt to force himself upon her She was probably thinking over what he had said and In the end she would exert her In fluence as ho bad begged her to do Ho was thoroughly persuaded that there was nothing unfair In his proposal and that when sho was convinced that ho was right she would help him But when he had taken the first step towards accomplishing his pur pose ho was very much at a loss as to the next and ho saw that ho had Dont You About Burning laugh rather ff before never undertaken anything so dim cult since ho had reorganized the Nickel Trust trebled the stock cleared a profit of thirty millions and ruined nobody but the smallfry who of course deserved it on the principle that people who cannot keep money ought not to have any Some unkind newspaper man had then nicknamed it the Brass Trust and had called him Brassy Van Torp but stir of no use to throw mud at the Golden Calf for the dirt soon dries to dust and falls off leaving the animal as beautifully shiny as ever Mr Van Torp did not quite see how he could immediately apply the force of money to further his plans with effect He know his adversarys finan slat position In Europe much too well to think of trying to attack him on that ground and besides in his rough code It would not be fair play to do that It was all right to ruin a hos tile millionaire in order to get his money That was business But to ruin him for the sake of a woman was low down It would be much more all right to shoot him after fair and due warning and to carry ort the lady That was impossible in a civilized country of course but as It occurred to him while he was think- Ing that be might find it convenient to go somewhere in a hurry by sea he bought a perfectly now yacht that was o was quite ready to take him to the Mediterranean Tho vessel was a least as big as ono of the ocean liners of GO years ago and had done 22 116 knots on her trial Mr Van Torp took her over as she was with her officers crow cook and stores and rechrls tened her She had been launched as the Alwayn ho called her tho Lan cashlro Lassa bit of sentiment on his part for that was the name of a mare belonging to Lady Mauds father which ho had once ridden bareback when be was in an amazing hurry He had ono interview with the cap tain See here captain ho said I may not want to take a trip this season Im that sort of a man I may or I may not But if I do want you Ill want you quick See With the last word ho looked up suddenly and tho captain saw for ho mot a pair of eyes that astonished himYes I see he answered mechanic allyAnd If youre in ono place with your boat and I wire that I want you in another Id ilko you to get there right away said Mr Van Torp Yes sir They say shell do 22 110 contin ued the owner but when I wire I want you Id like her to do as much more as sho can without bursting a lung If you dont think youvo got tho kind of engineer wholl keep her redhot tell mo right oft and well get another And dont you fuss about burning coal captain And see that the crew get all they can eat and not a drop of think but tea and coffee and if let em go on shore onco in a- wblie see that they come home right side pp with care captain and mako each of em say truly rural and Brit ish Constitution before ho goes to bcd and it he cant you Just unship him or whatever you call it on a boat Understand captain Tho captain understood and kept his countenanceNow to know ono thing continued tho now owner Whats the nearest sea port to Bayreutb Ba variaVenice answered the captain without the least hesitation and so quickly that Mr Van Torp was im mediately suspicious- If thats so youre pretty smart he observed You can telephone to Cooks office sir and ask them said tho captain quietly The instrument was on the table at Mr Van Torps elbow Ho looked sharply at the captain as ho un hooked the receiver and set it to his ear In a few seconds communication was given Cooks office Yes Yes This is Mr Van Torp Rufus Van Torp of Now York Yes I want o know whats the nearest sea port to Bay reuth Bavaria Yes Yes Thats Just what I want to know Yes Ill hold the wire while you look It up He was not kept waiting long Venice you say Youre sure youre right I suppose Yes Yes I was only asking No thank you If I want a ticket Ill look In myself Much obliged Coodby He hung the receiver In Its place again and turned to his captain with a different expression In which ad miration and satisfaction were quite apparentWell he said youre right Its Venice I must say that for an Eng lishman youre quite smart The captain smiled quietly but did not think it worth while to explain that tho last owner with whom ho had sailed had been Wagnermad and had gone to Bayreuth regularly Moreover he had Judged his man already Am I to proceed to Venice at once sir he asked As quick as you can captain Tho Englishman looked at his watch deliberately and made a short mental calculation before he said anything It was 11 in the morning- I can get to sea by five oclock this afternoon sir Will that do Mr Van Torp was careful not to betray the least surprise Yes he said as if he were not more than fairly satisfied thatll do nicelyVery well sir then Ill bo off Its about 3000 miles and shes supposed to do that at 18 knots with her own coal Say eight days But as this is her maiden trip we must make allowance for having to stop tho engines once or twice Good morning sir Goodday captain Get in some coal and provisions as soon as you ar rive lu Venice I may want to go to Tlmbuctoo or to Andaman islands or something Im that sort of a man GoodbyTho graph office on his Way to tho Water Iou station and telegraphed both to his chief engineer Mr MCosb and his chief mate Mr Johnson for ho OftheMust have steam by 4 p m today to sail at once long voyage Coming next train Owner in hurry Send ashore for my wash Brown Captain When the clocks struck five onshore that afternoon and tho man at the wheel struck two bells from tho wheelhouse and the lookout repeated them on the ships forwardIaccording to tho most ern fashion on large steam beautiful Lancashire Lass was teaml water curiosity Mv Van Torp telegraphed to Cowes to be in formed of tho exact moment at which his yacht was under way and before six oclock ho had a message Yacht sailed at 439 Tho now owner was so much pleased that be actually smiled for Capt Brown had been 21 minutes bet ter than his word- I guess hell do though Mr Van Torp 1 only hopo I may need him lie was not at all sure that ho should need the Lancashire Lass and Capt Brown but it has often been noticed that In tho lives of born finan ciers even their caprices often turn out to their advantage and that their least logical impulses in business mat ters are worth more than the sober Judgment of ordinary mono As for Capt Brown ho was a quiet little person with a rather pink face and sparkling blue eyes and ho knew his business In fact ho had passed as extra master Ho know that he was in the service of one of tho richest men In the world and that ho com manded a vessel likely to turn out one of the finest yachts afloat and he did not mean to lose such a berth either by piling up his ship or by being slow to do whatever his owner wished done within the boundaries of tho possible but It had not occurred to him that his owner might order him to exceed the limits of anything but mere possibility such for instance as those of the law civil criminal na tonal or international Mr Van Torp had solid nerves but when ho bad sent his yacht to the only place where bo thought ho might possibly make use of it ho realized that ho was wasting valuable time while Logotheti was making all the running and his uncommon natural energy finding nothing to work upon as yet made him furiously Impatient It seemed to hum and sing In his head Ilko the steam in an express en glno when it is waiting to start He bad come over to England on an Impulse as soon as he had heard of Cordovas engagement Until then ho had not believed that she would over accept the Greek and when bo learned from Lady Mauds letter that tho fact was announced he saw red and his resolution to prevent tho marriage was made then and there lie had no idea how he should carry It out but ho know that he must either suc ceed or come to grief in the attempt for as long as ho had any money left or any strength he would spend both lavishly for that ono purpose Yet ho did not know how to begin and his lack of Imagination cxaspcr ated him beyond measure Ho war slwjpltsa and lost his appetite whlcb had never happened to him before be stayed on in London Instead of going down to his place In Derbyshire be cause ho was always sure that he meant to start for the continent in a few hours with an infallible plan for success but he did not go He was meditating on tho future ono morning over an almost untouched breakfast between nine and ten oclock when his man Stomp brought a visit ing card It was a rather large card bearing In the middle two or three oddlooking sIgns which meant nothing to him but underneath them bo read in plain characters tho single word Barak Barracks grumbled tho American Oh the writings on the back I see Now thats very curious I must say ho said after reading the words Thats very curious ho repeated laying strong and equal emphasis on tho last two words Ask him to walk in Stemp Very good sir As the valet went out Mr Van Torp turned his chair half round without getting up so that he sat facing tho door A moment later Stomp bad ushered in the visitor and was gone A slim youth came forward without boldness but without the least timidi ty as If he were approaching an equal He had an oval face no mustache a complexion like cream short and thick black hair and very clear dark eyes that met the Americans fearless ly He was under the average height and he wore rather thin looso gray clothes that had been made by a good tailor Ills hands and feet were smaller than a Europeans- So youro Mr Barrack Mr Van Torp said nodding pleasantly The young face smiled and tho tcothjBarakgiving tho namo the right sound Yes I understand but I cant pro nounce it like you Take a chair Mr Barrack and draw up to the table Tho young man understood the gesture that explained the speech and sat downSo youre a friend of Mr Logo thctls and he advised you to como to meT Understand Logotheti of Paris Barak smiled again and nodded quickly as ho recognized the name The American watched his face atten lively All right ho continued You can trot out your things now right on tho tablecloth here Ho had seen enough ot Indians and Mexicans In his youth to learn the simple art of us ng signs and ho easi ly made his meaning clear to his vlsl tor Barak produced a little leathern bag mil much bigger than an ordinary purse fastened with thin thongs which ho slowly untied Mr Van Torp watched tho movements of the dell Cato fingers with great Interest for he was an observant man With those hands ho silently re fiected Its either a lady or a thief or both Barak took several little twists of tissue paper from tho bag laid them In a row on tho tablecloth and then began to open them ono by one Each tiny parcel contained a ruby and when the young man counted them thero woro five In allDnd they wore fine stones If they were genuine but Mr Van Torp was neither credulous nor easily surprised When Barak looked to see what Impression ho bad produced on such n desirable buyer bo was disappointed Nice said tho American careless ly nice rubles but Ive seen better I wonder If theyre real anyway Theyve found out bow to mako them by chemistry now you know But Barak understood nothing of course beyond the fact that Mr Van Torp seemed indifferent which was a common trick of wily customers but I there was something about this ones manner that was not assumed Barak took the finest of the stones with tho tips of his slender young fingers laid It in the palm of his other hand and hold It under Mr Van Torps eyes looking at him with an Inquiring ex prosslon But tho American shook his headNo rubles today thank you he said Barak nodded quietly and at once I began to wrap up tho stones each In Its own bit of paper putting the twists back into the bag ono by one Then ho drew the thongs together and tied them in n neat sort of knot which Mr Van Torp had never seen The young ITheman then rose to go but tho million afro stopped him Say dont go Just yet Ill show you a ruby thatll mako you sit up Ho rose as ho spoke and Barak un deratood his smile and question and waited Mr Van Torp went Into the next room and came back almost Immediately bringing a small black morocco case which ho sot on the table and unlocked with a little key that bung on his watchchaln Ho was not fond of wearing Jewelry and the box bold all his possessions of that sort and was not full There were three or four sets of plain studs and links there were half a dozen very big gold collar studs there was a bit of an old gold chain appareritlr cut oft at each end and having ono cheap little din mond set In each link and there was a thin old wedding ring that must have been a womans besides a few other valueless trinkets nil lying loose and In confusion Mr Van Torp shook the box a little poked tho contents about with one largo finger and soon found an uncut red stone about the size of a hazelnut which he took out and placed on the white cloth before the visitor Now thats what I call a ruby ho said with a smllo of satisfaction Got DecaulioIfYes ho continued watching tho ori YOIIt 4 baldbeadcd Whats the matter with you anyway Your eyes are popping out of your head Do you feel as K you were going to have a fit I say StompBarak was Indeed violently affected e by tho sight of tho uncut ruby and his face had changed In n startling way a great vein like a whipcord sud denly showed Itself on his smooth forehead straight up and down his lids bad opened so wide that they un covered the whito of tho eye almost all around tho Iris ho was biting his lower lip so that It was swollen and bloodred against the little white teeth and a moment before Mr Van Torp had called out to his servant tho young man had reeled visibly and would have collapsed It tho American had not caught the slender waist anti supported the small head against his shoulder with his other hand Stcmp was not within hearing therefore Mr Van Torp called to him in vain and meanwhile stood whom ho was with his arm round Barak and Baraks head on his shoulder but as no ono camo at his call ho lifted tho slim figure gently and carried It towards the sofa and while ho was crossing tho largo room with his burden the palpable truth was forced upon him that his visitor slimness was more apparent than real and na affair of shape rather than of pounds Before ho had quite reached the lounge however Barak stirred wrig gled In his arms and sprang to the floor and stood upright blinking a lit tie like a person waking from a dream but qulto steady and trying U smile in an apologetic tort of way r J though evidently still deeply dis turbed Mr Van Torp smiled too ae If to offer his congratulations on the quick recovery Feel bettor now he Inquired in a kindly tone and nodded I wonder what on earth youre up to young lady he soliloquised watching Ba raks movements wisetominutes with a girl and a good look Londondressed VanTorp thatthewell be Imitation and that the girls emotion at the sight of tho rough stone might bo only a piece of clover acting tho whole scene having boon Planned by a gang of thieves for the purpose of robbing him of that very ruby which was worth n largo sum even In his estimation for it was hohadcutTherefore ho returned to the table pocketbeforoer Stomp was within hall TO PC CONTINUED Beginning at Home trteet I tNECESSITY FO- Rt II MILLENIUM ItBy REV T C RUSSELL tutor BrooUja TUmwlN Y =IOct Respecting two matters there can be no question a thoroughlybolleved I hoped for It prayed for tt Thy Kingdom come thy will bo done on earth as it Is done in Heaven 4 2 It Is equally certain that today tho i doctrine of tho millennium is tabooed as out of dotoout of harmony with f the views of tho higher entice and ev I olutionists who are tilling practically all tho chairs In our colleges and the 1 majority of the pulpits of Christendom 1 k The present day concept of the Church of Christ is that God planted r it amongst men as leaven in a batch of dough with tho intent that it should propagate Itself until the entire mass would bo leavened Tho two views are so radically opposite that none should confuse them In their minds If one is right the other is wrong If ono is Scriptural tho other Is unscrlptural The safe tho backJImillennium tho doctrine that tho faithful of tho church now being tried s and tested will constitute tho glorious r Kingdom of Gods dear Son after their change from earthly to spirit condl Lions in tho First Resurrection 1Corinthians 154244 Christian people have been fooling themselves long enough Yes It is as absolutely irrational to think of cOQ verting tho world as it is unscrip tural to believe that God ever gave us that Impossible commission Tho Unl ted States census reports show that there are twice aa many heathen today as there were n century ago The verytI ed Christians have gono as mission abler to tho heathen wholly unpro pared for what they met Intelligent reasoning ability eta They found that the heathen were full of guess lions logical questions too which they ns Christians bad never thought of and which they woro wholly un prepared to answer Comparatively tow of tho missionaries are able to hold tholr own in argument with in r telligent people In India China and Japan There is no danger of their converting thosp people There IsImore danger of their losing their faith In the Uiblo because of their misapprehension of some of Its teach I ing respecting tho mission of tho J church tho hope of tho church and the Missionaries hope of tho wortdIFull of commendable zeal they leave our shores to toll tho heathen that their forefathers have gono to eternal torment and that they are going there too unless they accept Chrlot It la- a rude awakening to be asked where hell Is and why God should have condemned them and their forefathers to such a horrible eternity and how this could bo true and yet he ho a God of pity compassion love The heathen oak Why the different do nominations tho different theories of the terms of salvation by water by election by tree trace by joining the church etc The missionary wholly unablo to answer tho adult native gathers children about him starts a school and does all ho is able per haps to justify his presence In a for eign landhelping the sick and doing many other acts of kindness which are very commendable whether from a re ligious or humanitarian standpoint Next Ictus note that tho millennium itself Is an absolute necessity for the world according to tho statistics of the worldwise Many college profes sore nnd D Ds are Inclined to speak glibly of the second coming of Christ being far In the future 50000 years yet say some But evidently these I learned gentlemen have not used their educational advantages In connection with such statements Any school boy can figure up what the population of the earth would bo 1000 years from now taking the present population as per the census at sixteen hundred mil lion and the ratio of increase as shown by tho census reports at 8 per cent in ten years Tho total would show 3375325000000 population for the year 2900 A Dmoro than 2000 for each person now living What would humanity do It the earth were crowded to that extent Where would the necessary food fuel and clothing be found Computing all the tillable portion of the earthattwentyfive million square teen billion acres would give but one ncro for tho support of 210 people or less than five square yards each At the close of a second such period 3900 A D at the same rate ere would be ten persons for each square a foot of standing room In otner words thoy would stand 15 deep on each others heads What shall wo think of the wisdom that tells us thiit the millennium is 50000 yearn off f The answer Is found in Isaiahs proph ecy 2914 Are wo asked how the millennium If diflIlcnltiespeople for each acre of the babltnblo earth We reply that tho Scriptures clearly intimate that tho rapid in crooso of our race Is associated wlth mans fallen condition as our CreI star declared to Mother Uvo after her disobedience I will greatly multiply thy Borrown and thy conception i16j l t IVII 1 tt THEODORE ROOSEVELT JR WEDS MISS ALEXANDER Eldest Son of Former President and Pretty New York Girl Are Married in Gotham Will Reside in San Francisco New York The Fifth Avenue Pres byterian church was the scene of a wedding on June 20 that attracted tho attention and interest of the nation that of Theodore Roosevelt Jr and Miss Eleanor Butler Alexander- A largo number of prominent peo pie witnessed the ceremony but nat urally tho most noticed person In the church after tho bride and groom way Col Theodore Roosevelt father of the young man who was entering the state of matrimony The date of the wed I 4 BAY SCHOOLHOUSE Where Theodore Roosevelt Jr Attended School When a Boy DtI was one very en gagements after his return from abroad for he landed in New York only two days before Mrs Snowden Fahncstock who be Toro her own recent marriage was Miss Elisabeth Bertron was tho ma tron of honor and tho bridesmaids wore Miss Ethel Roosevelt Miss Jes sio Mlllingtoa Drake Miss Janetta Alexander Miss Jean Delano And Miss Harriot Alexander Ron Henry M Sanders a great unolo of tho bride officiated assisted by Dr Gordon Russell of Cran ford N J After the ceremony the bridal party Reading to Right Anderson Jr Roosevelt MnI was entertained at the home of the brides uncle Charles B Alexander At least a part of the honeymoon will be spent at Sagamore 11111 the coun the Roosevelt family at OysterDay Long Island Later in the summer tho young couple will start for San Fraucisco where Mr Roose volt is to be in charge of the Interests of the carpet manufacturing firm which ho has been associated for some time The story of the young couple has been a quick moving romance Their engagement was announced only last winter and tho news was cabled to Colonel Roosevelt resulting in the speedy receipt of his approval and congratulations The who is the daughter of Henry Addison Alex ander of Now York is twentyone feats old of A little than mo dium height slender and of very at tractive appearance having an cape cially beautiful complexion She Is as as her famous sisterin law Mrs Allco Roosevelt Longworth whoso house guest she was for a time Just fooforo Mrs Longworth sailed for England to join her father Roosevelt Jr strongly resembles his father In looks but Is de cldjdly reserved and is generally cred ited with being far less democratic than Certain other members of the family As a boy ho rode horseback outdoorpuraultait ithelr home at Oyster Bay and he some part In athletics during his Preiaratary school course at Gro anCbl collegiate courso at flat 4 r vard but In the main be has been less enthusiastic on the subject of life in tho open than his father and brother Kermit Ho has always been of a studious nature and his romance with Miss Alexander is said to have had its beginnings in the mutual love of tho young people for music For all that Teddy Jr has eschewed tho sensational in outdoor athletics ho did participate two ago in a bal loon Night from Washington in which he and the two army officers OYSTER who were his fellow passengers bad acme rather exciting experiences There was no little surprise on the part of the public when Theodore Jr upon completion of his col lego course two years ago chose a business career as his life work and still more wonder was aroused when ho took employment in a Connecticut carpet factory in ender to gather knowledge at first band of tho practi cal side of carpet manufacture lie started at the lowest round of the lad der as an unskilled workman at a small salary Of course he was promoted as he mastered the intricacies of tho business but he continued to live quietly in a modest boarding house Many persons were skeptical From Left Theodore Roosevelt Mrs Longworth Larz with love bride moro animated Theodoro took yews as to whether young Roosevelt would stick to so prosaic an existence but be is evidently determined to win his fortune In this sphere Garden Work an Aid to Beauty Working in tbo garden and picking flowers make gentlo exercise that tends to Improve the figure Many society women believe this and on Long island there as said to be a score of society women who aro resorting to this treatment fyr health and elas ticity Mrs O II P Belmont spends much tlmo In her garden in South ampton Mrs Herbert M Harriman and many others say they delight to pick flowers and the question has been raised whether they are not fol lowing the advice of a beauty special 1st who advises this for health and the form If a woman Is In earnest about becoming slim says the beauty doctor sho will use the same mus cles In working over a hewer bed as she will In exercising In a gymnasium Weeding seems prosaic but it is ex cellent exercise One of my patients camo to me recently and said she wished to develop her arms and her shoulders I told her to go homo and run the lawn mower She was start led at first but finally sho followed my advice and it did her a world ot good Was for Forest Conservation HousewifeAre you willing tp chop some wood for your dinner Plodding Pete Srrry mum but I am a Pinchot man Boiton Tran srlpt 1 Pictures of the- Kingdom Sunday School Lmoa for July 3 1910 SptcUlly Arrant td for This Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew 13313 44 12 Memory verse 44 GOLDEN TEXTThe kingdom of God li not meat and drink but righteousness and peace and Joy In the Holy Ghost Rom 141- 7TIMEThe autumn ot A D 28 PLACEIn a house In Capernaum on the shore of the Sea of Qalllee ThoughtThe tard BeedVs 31 32 Another par able showing another aspect of the kingdom of heaven which the Great Sower had sown In the field of the world The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain of mustard seed which a man representing the Son of man as in the previous parables sowed In his field It was therefore good seed living seed that could produce tho harvest Which indeed is the least of all seeds Not the least of all seeds which botanists know but the small est of tho seeds the people dally used and the smallest of these In contrast with the plant which grows from It Greatest among herbs and becometh a tree Not massive like a fir tree of Lebanon or oak but an herb so large that the birds of the air come and lodge In the branches thereof Tho Teaching of this Parable 1The growth and success in Gods field of this world of tho kingdom he has planted I heard a statesman mission ary from India pay within a week that the religions of India looked upon the present as the iron age with their golden ago In the past But with Christianity the golden age in In tho future the kingdom Is growing toward Its ideal and goal and growing more and more rapidly The Parable of the Leaven V 33 Showing the Method by Which the Kingdom Grows Tho kingdom of heaven Is like unto leaven Some ot the later writers argue from the fact that leaven is usually the symbol of evil a corrupting thing a species of putrefaction that therefore this par able represents the fellowship of God in service seen to be marred dur ing tho present age by the introduc tion of a corrupting InnuenceG Campbell Morgan Which a woman tooJrThc Son of man who puts this leaven into the meal Is here represented by a woman because breadmaklng usually devolved upon Women This Parable Teaches that besides all tho visible manifestations of the Gospel represented by the growth of tho mustard seed there Is a deeper underlying progress of the Gospel which operates silently without ob- servation but with constantly Increas- Ing pervasiveness till the whole mass of mankind all hearts all nations alt commerce and business social life and political institutions shall bo transformed The leaven works by personal contact with those who are to be leavened from Individual to In personalIleaven that does the work is a living organismTwo of Finding Treasures Vs 4440 These two parables were told to the disciples In the house to which they returned from the sea shoreThe Hid Treasure The kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hid In a field The hiding of treasure Is necessary where there are no banks where the country is frequently over run by marauders and robbers where no one can trust another to hold his treasures or to use them in business and where the rulers are rapacious to obtain tho wealth of their subjects In the unsettled state of the country often the owners never returned and all knowledge of tho treasure was lost Tho Spiritual Treasures in Those Two Parables There are two quite different Interpretations of these par ables both of which are natural both of which may be true and each one may imply the other The movement of tho parables depends on what is represented by the Treasure and the Pearl and who by the one who gave all he bed to obtain them The common Interpretation Is that we are the seekers for the treasure and the Treasure and Pearl are the blessings which aro found In the king dom of heaven and only there They are the treasures of character useful ness happiness and peace treasures of eternal life growing moro and more In every good quality of the soul till wo become angels excelling In strength with all the glories ex ternal and Internal that are portrayed In the description of heaven The Parable of the Draw NetVs 4752 contain explanation of the mystery that good and bad are found in the visible kingdom of God Instead of only tho good and a warning that merely being a member of the visible kingdom will not save him There will be a separation of the good from the bad and each will go of necessity to his own place and the fate which Is the fruit of his faith nnd character Another Interpretation of the hid treasure skilfully advocated by Pr Wolcott Calkins In his brilliant Pilr abler for Our Time and by Dr Mor gap is that Christ IB tho seeker after tho Treasure and the Pearl which represent the precious souls of men The treasure Is often hidden like the lost sheep from the ninety and nine hidden in publicans and sinners and heathen It Is not the search for good men but for the lost for human na ture In its moral quality and In Its spiritual capacity To find this treas ure Jesus made his whole life sub trdinatet to his finding the treasure J 1885 J I l S rt I Berea College 1910 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEONjI PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS I f Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 student from 27 states i Largest college library In Kent ky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other like J himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter v r t THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture J library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arlthmetlo booksDIbleHandwork I TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely finished common branches Time most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man j may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as rail and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standnrdsINORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching FirstOJ 4year parallel to 8th grads Model Schools enables one to get a firstclassr 1Iculturesary for State certificate r i MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band tees may be taken aa an extra in connection with any course Small extra iI Expenses Regulations Opening Days i Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expend ion an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than bo pays t I in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness 1 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect I the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to dowell and Improve For any who maylbe sick the College provides doctor anU nurse without extra cugo i I All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of bonding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing i and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win J tpenselPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is time but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm bestJand underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for 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 week idlights the fall and SL50 In winter For room furnished fuel wash Ing 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 + when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachersall our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 6 in Academy and Normal and 700 in slate courses CollelPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room the term board by the half term Installments are as follows Vocational JModel Normal and r FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee F 500 = 600 700 41 J Room 560 560 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 I Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2L05 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 3050 3150- If paid In advance 2900 3000 3109 WINTERI tIncidental Fee GOO 600 700 1 Room 600 600 000 Board 6 weeks POe 90P 9011 Amount due Jan I 1911 2000 2100 2201 J Board for 6 weeks due Fob IS 1011 900 900 000 T Total for term 2900 3000 3100vIf paid In advance 2850 2950 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 GOO 700 Hoom 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 Gi5 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1075 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 C75 675 C75 1 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 f REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac ition of a week On board refund In full I fOn room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa I stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and tilt Institution will refund only onehalt of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining 1 weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalf tho incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the sin dent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 14 1910 The first day ot Winter term is January 4 1911 l The first day of Spring tnrm 1s March 29 1911 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE I BEREA KENTUCKY 1 JJ r I 1t f- 1j IJ t c A r cr y t r fx toT 1 o I t i t fA 1 i I I fl vii Everything In i f if x DRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES AND 4 7f l CHILDRENS WEAR I r t r 0 tEFCOYLEf You pay lessor get more r I oo o o oo00o0 4oeeooooooeooool I I i Berea I o o 0- s 0 f GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oo I oaoaooooaooeOaGGaooaoo oaooooaooo 1DR BEST t DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky r Plants For Sale I Tomato Cabbage and Sweet Potato Plants for sale at the College Garden 101orphone J R MULLETT Miss flora Spurlock Is engaged as an attendant In a hospital In Cln elnatl for the summer Robert Street will spend most of the vacation in Berea in study Mr Street ll thinking of going to Harvard I next year Marshall Vaughn has gone to Mend vllle Pa to receive Instructions for a general gene for the sale of stere oscoplc views Lumber for sale Seven to ten thou sand feet Jos Coyle Iteroa Ky Norman Imrle left for his home in Northern Michigan soon after com mencement but will return early In July and probably bring two brothers with him Mr Imrie Is on Bereas extension force for the summer and fall Henrietta Beecher is spending a couple of weeks at Mt Vernon 0 She will then return to work In tht Treasurers office- R H Chrlsman The Furniture Man will retire your buggy with the best rubber that can be had for 11 15 and 1C Prof Dodge has purchased two lots of Miss L Kate Coddington in her Jackson Street addition I Noah May has begun his building on his Estill Street lot He will with the J help of his brotherinlaw do hisI own work- J K Warrington after a flying vIs- It to his home In Iowa is again in k BereaI fortythreo good secondhand W organs all makes and styles some good as new which I will rent or sell on easy payments The Furniture Man Miss Mary Kearns and brother Will of Paris Ky are visiting their grand mother Mrs L C Duncan t Misses Isabell and Lillian Bush left for their homo In Battle Creek Mich Tuesday morning They will visit In Ohio on thou way Miss Lotta Osborne who has been visiting Miss Ethel Todd for the past two weeks has returned to her home In Palnsvllle Ohio A movement is on foot for a great Fourth of July Celebration In Berea Already quite a sum has been sub scrlbod and the success of tho un dertaking seems assured The subject for the Union meeting of the young peoples Christian Socie ties Sunday evening at the Baptist church Is The Three Great Mission ary NeedsMoney Men and Prayer Dont fail to see the bargains in I laces embroideries braids trimmings I dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungs and dont forget the chinaware at Y +vyei Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW JI CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop I BEREA COLLEGE OFFICE HOUR SCHEDULE v SUMMER 1910 OFFICES HOURS DA 1- Aut Treasurer 9300 ity Dally I Coop Store iwuo to 1 1 M 43S lo 7J Tw Pd Dean of labor iajto rp Daily 1o1 WncBln Hall Farm jvaioitaa Ito 5xO Dally carder jynlaiiM taW 530 Dally Library toe to o it W Th Sat fcjoto Ljopmr PIt ijplo 43 Su y Ktgtttntr ex0 to uxijote y J ItaHff Secretary tJIt Wiija Betty Summer 12 to rp- AaHiemy oeIie Chapel- DailyTrtaiwrer sect iJWood WerkIRurgesa wto 900 ltaba recto be UUy- Llndttn 7 loitoo IMIjr 11e 3a- NIlraha HAUL nrakfas lkets fcjo DaIlY x ote j p I Dlnaer I loySupper 1 llrcakn j yx to Dinner u45 to IlSISupper yjolo ka- utscttrawroca Bath 6140 to pm Tu SM UracvBuikllng- OltllatMcOpeu 6pt7anpMTrPdSt- udent Conference you YOUIIK Men No 6 lIallIYoung Wymen No Si CllapelJ John Fenno left for his home In North Dakota soon after commencement I Pro Penniman Is conducting very successful revival meetings at Narrow Gap this week Crowds of students going out In the evenings have helped to provide the music Mrs Putnam Is In North Port Mich and reports that she Is enjoying her vacationMrs Sunday school girls are planning a very pleasant picnic for Thursday afternoon A crowd of sixteen younger girls who have remained In Berea for the summer had a Jolly hayrlde to Kingston Tuesday night Miss Bettlo Lewis who has taught school at Saluda N C for the past worlcIlngas Mrs W A Worthington vllle and Misses Marie K Zwemcr and Sena Kooiker of McKee passed thru Berea on their way north for their vacation Misses Hannah Or Hoekje and Grace Engle returned to McKee from tho north Tuesday For sale or rent one or a half dot en good barber chairs One hydraulic Also other fixtures necessary to com pleto a shop in H Chrisman The Furniture Man MRS EARLY S SWEET AS ROSES Newly Washed in Dew IloUR Perfumery department contains danties worthy a use and such were they bought for For what have more right to be called queens than our American wives mothers sweethearts and daughters For such we have selected this exquisite collection of fragrances That our pains are worthy their reward is shown by the many pleased ladies who grace our perfume department daily 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 do so soon There are many dainties there that will please you Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Miss Helen DIzney entertained a number of young ladles at her home Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss Margaret Todds birthday- R E Hoffman who has been visit- Ing friends for a week left Wednes day for his home in ohio The Christian Endeavor meetings of the Union Church which are being held In front of Lincoln Hall every Sunday night at 630 are great Inspir ations to all who attend Prof T A Edwards lift the first of the week for Ohio where he will do extension work He stops at the S S 0 Homo at Xante for com mencement there Wednesday night exIpectsarrive Wednesday to take up his worn the printing office for the summer prof Edwards will also attend the commencement exercises at Athens Ohio and the Ohio State Teachers As sociation at Cedar Point Mrs A J Smith and daughter Ruby I were shopping In Richmond Satur dayMr and Mm Charles Fulkereou were the guests of Mrs Fulkorsons grandmother Mrs Anne Hudson for a part of last week at her homo at Dreyfus Miss Nina King who has boon teach ing for the past two years at Salu Ida N C some home last week forI summer vacation Misses Bettle and Ida Lewis were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Miss Alma Lakes at Dreyfus Miss Bess Hayes arrived last Thurs day from Gadsden Ala for a visit of two weeks with her parents here Miss Freda Roesohe left Monday for a months vacation at her home in Carrolton Her sister Olga who has been visiting here for several weeks accompanied her Dr and Mrs P Cornelius left Monday for a vacation with friends In the north u Skirts cut to 159 125u 179 250 199 269 500 389 550 419I Phone 108 GO ENGLE FOR THE BEST IN Bread Fresh Every Monday Wednesday and and Friday 2 W II Porter and II It Hovvcll Wore In Paint Lick Tuesday on business The ladles of the Baptist church hold a reception last Friday evening on the church lawn In honor of their lIas tor Rev W P Walks and tile wife A bountiful supper was served to about two hundred and fifty mont bers and friends Mr J H Gabbard left Wednesday for New Mexico where he hopes to Improve his health Theologicalchurch next Sabbath morning and night also at harts at 230 Sabbath p m He will continuo 02 pastor for several weeks All are Invited Dr and Mrs Cornelius Mr K S Holllday Mr Scoles Miss Rooaohe land Mr Rodeheaver leaving Berea wrockInonrcomplaints except that they were badly shaken up and scared Word received from W Uowuuui at Battle Creole Mich Is to the effect that he Is much pleased with his job Mr and Miss Burgess Prof and Mrs Robertson and Mr and Mrs Gam ble wore In Richmond Saturday to at tend a called mooting of the officers of the County S S Association Miss Eva Duncan has returned house I from Newborn Tenn for the summer Mr Yunibort Ilodohoarer of Jolllro i Teun visited over Sunday with and Mrs Taylor at Boone Tavern Ruffln Rust returned Monday InjI Mr Whlttomore Boggs took life Sunday school class to Slate Lick Fri i day night Mr Osborne was kept in homo Tues day with severe headathe Mr Alwln D Todd left Friday for Michigan whore he will spend theI I summer viltII rm before August but hw doper j ture was hastened by the news gross I her slater t I Theodore Pasco of Ohio is visiting his parents the Rev and Mrs M K Pasco this week The young peoples Cuitatian ftote ties of tha town will meet IB a Fw oral rally at the Baptist eimreh lint Sunday evening at 61g Bllekenadorfer typewriter No GI In good eondllton for sale 111 Librarian Rlgby will Thursday of In Oborlln Ohio on butt will Incidentally attend the exercises sad visit oW friends On Friday Mrs Rlfiby will I meet him In Cincinnati and together they will go to Chicago where Prof Rigby will be engaged in study forI several weeks after which ho willi join Mm Rlgby on her visit friends In IowaIProfs Lewis and ScalC are attending the State Teachers Association at Honderson this week I WANTED All the fresh country I butter Top prlcosIJ S 650 Skirts cut to 519 750 679 799 LADIES WAISTS to 89 50U ul 119 I il Berea K4 BREAD TOWNrFriday Strawberries Raspberries IProJ w Eldean Flour 70c a bag cash a- tWJTatum S Fresh Groceries INorth Cor Main St Berea Kentucky GREAT SCOTT CANT YOU SEE I- Tlow J q 1 fm TIM y- fro I BUY YOUE COAL 551415 If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal no- wIlf you want good service along good coal permit us to fill your bin at on- ceHolliday L Phone 1 69 and 7 1 Berea Ky n ICE ICE ICE All persona who wont Ice In tho hot weather now at hand should phone to G D Holllday and Co Ice will be delivered to tho atI00smaller quantities tho amount will be left at the gate O D Phone 10- 9PROPOSAL FOR THE ERECTION OF A SCHOOL HOUSE AT DREY FUS MADISON COUNTY KY Hoard of ISduoatton of Madison County Kentucky To Contractor and UulkWra Nottat Is htraby given that pro IHMnU for the erection of a NkoolIhouse In Bdueatkmnl DIvMoa Subdlstrkt No 6 at MaUl I0Il County Kentucky will bo to eely d by lko undtnlgitH at Uio office of UM School Superintendent of MftdttoB County where plate and- hwotigltbtsa may be soan until Monday June 90 1010 at 1 p nu HI which time tile contract will be awarded r8lponi tee performance contrast the mid Madison County Board of education reserving tho right to re jest any or all bids This the 8th day of Juno 1010 John Noktnd Chairman of Madison County Hoard of Education o LADIES LOOK HERE t Sale on Skirts Shirt Waists and Muslin Underwear FOR 15 DAYS There has been so much rain and cold weather this Spring that we have too many Spring Goods left As we THE MONEY they must be sold and to sell the Goods quick we are cutting the price on them When you buy from us you are getting new goods and good uptodate goods 1 f ILADIES SKIRTS 200 325u spend I 599u I850U 1000 100 Waists cut T- OWALTER Congregational IrI Patent 4 e Co refrigerator Holllday Dreyfus NEED 200 Waists cut to 169 MUSLIN UNDER SKIRTS 75 Skirts cut to 59 100 u f 150 iii jI 200U 169 250 Ir 199 j f This sale begins Th theyvs RHODUS CS HAYESI MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY J PaleFaced Women complexionsdarkout tonicThe the womans tonic Ingredientsarethe womanly organs and help to give needed strength and I frameCarduiIt contains no min erals no iron no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan kindIt and old to use I 49 Take The Tonic After my doctor had done all he said he could for me iIik MARKET Berea Prices Cabbage now 2C per lb Potatoes COc per ba Bggu per dozen ICo flutter per lb 20c BACON Salt Side 16c Breakfast Nation rOc Premium Bacon 27c 1IAMS Country ISo 1rfimlum 20o Fryers oat toot IBc per lb lions on teat llo per Ib Turkeys 100 for hens 8cfor gob blers Feathers par lb 3Gc v play 14 per ton Corn 70e per bushel Wheat pw bu OB- cOrniked corn J170 per 100 llw Wheat screening I1JO per 100 Ibs Ship stuff U30 per 100 lbs Tloe No 1 L NSKx7x0 I0W culls 30a HUFFTODD Mr Aaron Borum Huff and J11es Otauila Itaulah Todd were married Thursday the 10th at the homo of MrsHB Wallate the Hov J P Uloknoll oftlelatlnK Mrs Huff U a Meter of Mrs Golden tie assistant matron of Ladtaa Hall She WM a student In ono of the IletHe SCBC eourxM In the college during UK year that hoe Junt domed Mr Huff was In the Third Your AfjMlMMy sad Ilk name nwjr hoe round upon the Honor Iloll He WM also foreman of the Bindery of the Collies Printing Department and an efficient workmanMr MM HUll will bo at home to their frlonda at HURon Ohio after Juno th iCWhnml ram flint Pee- been In Ute last WTontyMre year The railroad bill IB thru and dose will at lost The president bal sinn OIl It and It will not again appear In thoJo litten As tho bill finally pass ttd It had most of the Rood features put Into It in duo Senate and accomp lished practically all that the prasl dint wasted except to make provi sion for the valuation of tho rail roads or to govern the future issues of stocks and bonds Tho statehood bill too line gone It both houses the House finally tho Senate amendments t Under tho bill Uio two new states I will probably not enter the union till I fl OU Ul jl IMade CARDUI I Womans Cardulfemaletroubles bookthatTennlotIJkTHE WASHINGTON lilttbru tlI9u01tR 1912 They will have to hold elec i thins for a constitutional convention thou have the convention draft a con stitution which must be submitted to the state at a fall election Following this the constitution must be approved by tho Congress and when all this Is gone thru with another election must be hold for state officers under tho nbw constitution they will got statehood Presldtnt TUft has not yet signed the bill but U Is understood that ho will do so long before I this U rood even by Tho Citizen edlI torAnd so the leaders of Congress alt beginning tho performance which oc ours every two yoars they point with pride Just go to a speechmaking aud I hear them especially It they happen to be congressmen or senators At the mme time the Democrats who have been having a good time this i anion suiting the other two factions I onto each other and who have quietly been helping out Cannon on theI tariff bill are beginning to out loud that the country Is going rapidly to tho dogs and that they are compelled to view with alarm tho conditions which have been brought about by Republican rule and particularly of tho conditions which will bo brought about It the Ropubll j onus should by somo awful mischance be returned to power They have been viewing with alarm Just as often and just M loudly as the Republicans i have beon pointing with pride None i of their predictions have come true yet so tar as any one lute soon I The Republicans seem to be getting together again a little They all want to come back next tell and It Is gradually dawning on some of UHf Stand patter that If they fight the Insur goats there are likely to be just enough Insurgents In their districts to detest thorn A few Insurgents have nude the sumo discovery about tha Standpatter in their home towns and ItO they are not roaring quite so loudly lint the question of letting Cannon stay IB not settled yet Walt for tile big show It may fizzle but It it dont there will sure bl some fireworks IN OUR OWN STATE tkatteadfrom Writ Page murder but only Isaac and Bloln Perry have been placed In jail Vanovor Is survived by a wife and five children I KILLING IN BREATHITT i News comes from Jackson that As bury Splcer shot and killed George Fugato and wounded Fugatoa mother and another woman seriously Sunday Our Flour is Guarded perfectly against dirt and impur ity It is made from the best se lected wheat It is ground in one of the best and cleanest mills in the country The flour is packed at the mill whence it comes direct to you Order a sack today and get flour that is all flour and that of the very best BEREA ROLLER MILLSBerea ANDREW ISAACS Prop I Cleaning and Pressing 1 Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER Back of Fish Bldg Beret Ky v 1111 U 1 Ii j F JOIN THE fiGHT AGAINST THE HOUSE flY The Fly the Greatest Carrier of Disease Germs and Our Most Dangerous Enemy j In the editors health lectures he has shown numerous pictures of tho housefly Ono Is the fly gorging It self upon the matter coughed up by tho consumptive and then tracking over the Jelly or tho butter on the table and losing Its accumulation of germs on tho things wo cat Another represents It going from the back typholdIkitchen and dining room and thus infecting tho entire household And these pictures are not imagin ary They convey in a forceful way tho awful truth a truth we have known for only a few years the fact that we must no longer consider the fly a harmless and necessary summer visitor but our most dangerous foe And most of our knowledge of his dangerous character Las resulted trom investigations beginning with our- Spanish war How many know of the deaths from typhoid In the camps of our soldiersmore deaths than from bullet wounda and of the demonstra tion that the germs were carried on tho feet and legs of files from the refuse plU to the soldiers mess tents And from that time on the health officers at Washington have been making investigations Dr How ard loading and the origin and na turo of thin fly have been determined First the egg Is deposited most otter in horse manure but very commonly and always If access is possible In outhouses in human filth or any decaying vegetable matter In about 8 hours the egg hatches Into a maggot The maggots are very active for four or five days living upon the filth in which they were hatched They then pass to the pupa stage and are quiet for four or faro days more when the1 become full grown flies In this study three things standout most significantly First filth Is necessary for the deposit and hatch ing of the eggs Second one fly will lay 120 eggs at a time and in a sea Timely Warning About Flies In every town and locality In the State many people have failed to heed the numerous warnings that have been Issued agnlnn file Attention has been celled to the fact that they are one of the most dangerous menaces to life and health with which nan kind hat to eontewl being respon Bible for a large of all eases of typhoid fever and dtarrhooal dL MM HI of infests RIle many eases of tuberculosis and other eontagteus dl seaseeThey have aimed tlKHirands of dentin In Kentucky end will continue their work of dMtructiftn until housekeepers awaken to the feet and In augurate a warfare that will result In their extermination Thl can he accotnpliihctl definitely and effectively It require only TUB REMOVAL OF FILTH KIIKS liKUItn IN FILTH and In ftlth alone Without fllth there can be no dies More thou OIII or them breed In stable manure and the bal ance In gaHMge osthotsses and other forms of refuse The fly Mioii is at bund Prompt action at this tune stay 3p ruvsnt many deaths during the stunner and full and a grave responsibility rusts upon all health officer and other citizens An Immediate and thorougt clean ing of premises should bo effected and further accumulations of filth avoided Stable manure should be kept In vaults or boxes screened or covered or frequently sprinkled with lime or kerosene and should be re moved at least once a week x night Spicer Is said to be on hisI way to give up Definite details of the trouble have not yet been made known NEW LAWS IN EFFECT All laws passed by tho Legislature at Its last session went Into effect Juno 14th In so far as tbero Is not a contrary constitutional provision The new law doing away with spe cial judges Is likely to glvo trouble since the governor must find a re gular judge from some other district to try all cases that have heretofore been tried by special Judges The gov ernor wants to know what ho Is to do In case the regular judges are busy holding their own courts 111I cant swap judges every time for law nppllos to vacancies in case oCI sickness Tho two other most Important laws that have gone Into effect are the one making eight hours a days work for all contractors and subcontract ors doing the States work and tho law taking away from Juries the pow er of fixing punishment for crime The Jury can declare guilty or not guilty and it Is left with the judge to fix tho BIG FIGHT IN GARRARD J ef son become the mother the grand mother great grandmother etc of millions of hoC kind Third caught and placed under tho microscope their feet and legs are always covered with filth and also with disease j germs it thero are any germs for I thorn to carry The germ that Is most often roundI on tho flies legs Is the typhoid gennI and for this reason Dr Howard sug gests that the fly be no longer called THE HOUSE FLY but THE TY PHOID FLY thus bringing Into mind I Its dangerous nature every time ItIis seen or named It is well known that the house fly typhoid rlyIs not poisonous It is a pity that It is not It it were we should get rid of it in short order Shall we not anyhow when we learn that it Is more dangerous than all the poisonous insects and more to bo fear ed than any wild beast And the data given above suggest the nature of our warfare It Is well to screen our doors and windows In fact that is absolutely necessary now but that will not reduce the scourge that will not lessen the warfare wo will have to carry on next year The true method of attack is on the breed Ing places all filth They cannot ex ist without filth Stables should be cleaned and kept clean Out houses should be disinfected and kept fly proof Only by this method can they be destroyed They can produce If we leave the filth faster than all the tangletoot papers and Daisy fly killers can destroy them I Look to the stables then look to the outhouses and not only on your I own premises but your neighbors Tho tight must be a community C1ghtI against a common enemy That our readers may See that weIknow what we are talking about weIcopy a bulletin received from the State Board of Health after we plann ed this article Cut It out and keep ItIfor reference A portion penalty Garbage receptacles should be carefully covered and the contents sprinkled with unslaked lime or oil Privyvaults should be made proof end their COrtentlrrcquentlys- prlnUed with lime In addition to tho measures for the prevention of the breeding of flies every effort should be made to pre vent them from entering the house or luring access to milk or other foodsAll doors and windows especially those of the kitchen and diningroom tltouki e screened Food exposed for sale should be scrtterfed ami ordinances to thlll effect should he enacted and enforced Flies should be especially kept away from the sick and If one Is dis covered In the sick room It should be killed Itxeretn and urine from the sick should be covered with fresh HUM for an hour and then buried People who have cleaned their own promises should demand that their neighbors should do likewise and notify the Board of Health of any failures or refusals It Is ImportantI to remember that no unless every other one for a mireI around is clean This applies espe dally to tenants lenses and negro quarters The saving of life and suf fering wlllamply repay for all the trouble and expense EITHER MAN MUST KILL Tim FLY OR THE FLY WILL KILL THE MAN Froth the State Hoard of Health of Kentucky Ponfllctlna reports bring news of a serious fight In tho Southherh end of Garrard County last Saturday The names of those reported wound ed are Link Lakes Len VanWinkle Chris Woolwlne and Curtis Woolwine Later news says that Lakes and the two Wool wines will probably die Twelve men are said to have taken part In the affray which was due to an old grudge NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Stet page permit the use of an anesthetic but he was unconscious and did not suf fer He Is expected to recover REFORM OF CALENDER SUG GESTEDA man In Switzerland sub mits a new calendar for convenience He would divide tho year Into twelve 28day months and two halfmonths to be placed six mouths apart Tho extra day or days at the end of the year would not belong to any month This would make the year always be gin on the same day of the week and each day would kayo an Unchangeable place In the calendar SUPREME BENCH MAY LOSE TWOWm H Moody and Jno Mar A2 I I INTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the FathersY Conducted By CLARK Stock Growing for the FarmerIAs we travel through tho Agricultural sections of our country wo find that the farmers who own largo tracts of land are raising practically all the cattle while the small form ers are growing corn hay oats and other crops and selling those to the big farmers This Is a great mistake but If you ask them why they do not teed their crops they will tell you that they cannot raise stock because I they have not sufficient pasture But this disadvantage can bo over come by tho rotation of crops grow ing leguminous crops principally such as cowpeas soybeans clover alfalfa and vetch Tho greatest argument In favor of stock growing for the small farmer Is that the soil fortuity can be main tamed and this Is the greatest pro blem before tho farmers of today Wo cannot continuo to ship millions of tons of vegetable matter contain ing valuable fertilizing constltutents to distant lands If the farmers of foreign lands can send to lha United States and buy our crops pay the transportation charges and then feed to stock at a profit we can make a much greater profit by feeding them at home Every ton of hay sold from tho farm removes plant food to the value of 510 and a ton of corn removes more than 600 worth of plant food Where corn hay and other farm crops are fed to stock 95 per cent of this food Is returned to the soil The history ot the South proves that the farmers cannot maintain soil fertility with commercial fertilizer Stock growing provides a home market for the crops grown It Is a means of condensing a product to about one eighth ot Its original weight thus reducing the transportation charges 87 12 per cent By rais- Ing stock the farmers can feed their cheap roughage such as corn fodder and straw which would otherwise be wasted shall Harlon may soon retire from the Supreme Court of the United States A bill has been Introduced In the Senate to allow Mr Mood to retire on pay although he has not reached the age ot seventy nor serv ed tho ten years required by law Poor health Is the reason ot his retiring Associate Justice Harlan is now 77 years old and has served for 33 years He is likely to retire at any time TWO STARS FOR FLAG Ariz ona and New MexIco will probably be admitted aft new states before long The passage of the statehood bill in the Senate practically assures it Tho addition ot theca two stars will make 48 In the flag They may become states by adopting constitutions which shall be approved by the President and ratified by Congress HOUSE REFORMS RULES The rules of the House have been co amended as to make It possible to bring a bill before the whole body after has been referred to a committee oven though that committee does not refer It back This will prevent the Speaker from having any such power as he has had for a good DREDS many earspastIHungary swamped several villages Over two hundred and fifty are known to have been killed or drowned and the number may be much larger when reports are complete The districts can be reached only by boats The made It to dlscon OberammerIgllu resumed again WILL INVESTIGATE LORIMERS ELECTION The Senate has ed to fully Investigate tile chargesII of bribery In the case of thQ of Senator LorImer of Illinois The Inquiry will be carried on by the Senate Committee on Privileges and Election during the recess GOVERNOR BLOCKS PRIZ- EFIGIlTGov Gillett positively re JortrlesJOhn1son Nevada where there are no laws to prevent It It will probably be called In Reno Nevada on the fourth of July MRS FROSTS LETTER Continued from First 1sge an open cannon wagon from which the cannon had been removed Queen Victorias coffin was carried on the came gun carriage as it is called On the coffin lay tho crown and scepter and globe symbols of the power the king had left behind Next after the coffin the kings charger was Icd He was bridled and saddled and the kings boots were In tho stirrups turned backwards Be hind the horso followed the kings favorite dog Caesar Nobody had ex Ii S t f F O It Stock raising distributes labor thru out the year The great demand for help during tho growing season makes farm wages higher during tho summer than winter Since stock feeding Is largely done In the winter months work can be furnished continuous j ly and at a much lower rate A crop of corn worth 25 per acre on the market Is worth 6Owhen put up In a silo and fed to cattle But getting cattle Is not enough Tho far- r must get the boot cattle if he Is to realize the greatest profit Too often you see farmers feeding scrub i cattle which require much more feed I for a pound of increase than good I cattle So we must keep clearly In mini + the kind of cattle wanted whether beef or dairy If beef get the best beet typo such as Angus Hereford Shorthorn and HolsteIn At the Neb raska Experiment station grade An gus and Hereford steers two years j old gained seventyfive pounds per month while Jerseys of the same ago and fed In the same way gained but fifty pounds per month and were v worth less per pound on the market a- But if the farmer Is raising cattle for dairy purposes he will find the di ffference Just as great In favor of Jersey which Is strictly dairy type v- At the Connecticut Experiment Sta tion it was found that the average of several cows of dairy typo produc ed milk at a cost ot 69 cents per 100 1 pounds whereas cows beefy In typo poundslIt has become an acknowledged fact that unless the farmer provides somerway of maintaining soil fertility in a very few years they will able to supply the demand of wlthjincreasing population Stock 1 Is the only feasible way ot ing soil fertility and since this Js I true we must raise more stock We must abandon the practice of selling our corn and feel every buhsel onIthe form to the best available stockt1 pected to see tho dog In the pro r cession and oil felt touched at the sight of this dumb mournerILed by a trumpeter and a flag T bearer came the procession of the iI w kings all on horseback and wearing I brilliant military regalia King George of England and his cousin the Emperor of Germany rode ahead andiafter them the kings of Norway Greece Spain Bulgaria Denmark i Portugal As they rode by It was In t I militaryIi of as they I to look at the fainting people stretch I ed out In the ambulance stationeAfter the kings followed on borseIback fortysix dukes and from many Then countriesIThe first was a glass carriage which carried the widowed queen her sis ter former Empress of Russia and her two daughters We could see the queens face very plainly as she look ed out ot tho window She looks very tke her picture In the next glass cartilage were the new queen and her oldest son the crown prince a boy of fifteen His plump fair face was pleasant to see The next four carriages cnrr1dIother relatives of the royal family and two others carried reprosentaIlives of other nations f with the representatives of the French I Republic As Americans caught sight I j jot Roosevelt they nearly forgot that it- It cheer would be out of place on 1 such an occasion- In other carriages were attendants- of 4 the royal family and last of all I came police and fire brigades from London Edinburgh and Dublin kings body was taken to the 11 Istat1on then out of the city for 1burial London turned homeward re allzlng that the king was realty gone As we walked away we counted eighteen people stretched out In a taint some ot them great strong men ono a soldier Later we learned that sx thousand In all had fainted and had been treated by the nurses Cleveland said he didnt like toI let the folks know that ho nearly I fainted and yet he couldnt explain I his fine position before the line of I soldiers without telling them what happenedWe enriched by our experience I but resolved never again to be tempted by any kind of a spectacle to expose ourselves to the perils of a crushThis is commencement day In Be I rea the first commencement wo have missed In seventeen years A cable gram from tho Alumni has just como 1 which brings us very near to the q itimeWith hearty good wishes from us all Your friend i Ellen Frost t M 4- l x = Ir The Citizen ft family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Iabl lIed nUT Thursday at Fern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos IN ADVANCB IPAYADIR Jioo 6e u toflice or Money Order Drift Letter or one and two ilarapt SThdate after your nameon n libel shows to date your ubscrlption lspaid It It is not changedwithin three weeka filer renewal notify us- Missing numbers will be gladly supplied If we sit notified I Flno premiums cheap with new subscriptions svmt prompt renewals Send for Premium List Liberal terra given to any who obtain new for us Any one sending us four yearly nubscrlplbnacanrecieveTbeCitizen freer for for one Advertising rates on application MEMMKR or KENTUCKY TRESS ASSOCIATION J fn ADVANTAGES OF WINTER An oldfashioned winter has Its ad Vantages and disadvantages If these were to be enumerated in parallel col umns It is probable that tho advan tages would lead by a largo majority i In a winter like the past obe the ground is usually frozen to the depth of a few Inches in November and there after the snowfall keeps a blanket ovor the earth which prevents the frost t from creeping downward Inch by Inch t IuntilIt reaches a depth of four or flvr feet It keeps all plant life at the sur tifaceof the soil In a perfectly dormant j state but does not completely suspend t the function of deep lying roots A j continual covering of ice and snow In the cities keeps the litter and filth of tho street from being dried and fine f ly powdered and carried about by ofI4Duenza grip Infections of the nose and its labyrinthine sinuses and the throat middle ear and respiratory pas I sages in general Suck affections have been less general this year than in l several preceding seasons Steady cold although very trying to the old and to people of subnormal vital energies is in reality much better than al ternating warm spells and zero pinches for the latter conditions invite indiscretions in dress At this season of the year householders thoughts turn naturally to lawns and back yards and there is a general desire to have clean and ornamental surroundings Unfortunately in many instances the desire is not strong enough to produce results A man who beautifies his front lawn is a public benefactor He no doubt gets some satisfaction out of his effort and ex pcnse but every passer enjoys the result of his effort and the wholo neigh borhood is benefited When the effort extends to the back yard the number of individuals benefited is not so great the enjoyment by the 1smaller number is more intense No a dirty back yard and every person who sees one from a win dow forms an unfavorable opinion of the householder who permits an un sightly accumulation of misplaced mat Lterin his environment A clean or front lawn is more commonI than a clean and ornate back yard yet nothing will better repay effort than a trim back yard It can be made to produce grass and flowers Instead of tin cans ash heaps and useless wood and the removal of household debris is a sanitary precaution as well as an esthetic demonstration T The wisdom of maintaining a do Met patrol along tho Atlantic coast and of sending a derelict destroyer fter wrecks that are reported at sea Is indorsed by the fact that the rev enue cutter Gresham has Just towed into Provlncetown Mass that capsized hull of a vessel that has beenI drifting about the seas for the past two years a menace to sailing ships laden with valuable cargoes and to steamers with heavy passenger lists A magistrate thinks that drunken men should not be arrested but taken instead by policemen to their homes Perhaps tho next step in this way of doing things wilt be to give autoiste the right to exact damages from people they run down on the ground of the troublo and loss of tlmo which such collisions with pedestrians entail Professor Laughlin proposes to es tabllsh a new aristocracy of tho simple life Every man can start an aristoc accountsbutthe general because in the nature oi tho case it cannot support a prcsf ageut King Albert the now sovereign ol the Belgians is a progressive monarch I One of the ways in which this is Indl cated is his approval of the plan foi assuring reforms in the Congo region and opening the door for commerce InIthat direction TAFTS CONGRESS WAS A HUMMER REMARKABLE RECORD MADE BY SESSION NOW DRAWING TO A CLOSE MANY PARTY PLEDGES FULFILLED In Many Respects It Is Without a Parallel In Recent Congressional History In Amount of Work Accom pllshed Washington Truly remarkable is tho record of legislative achievements made by congress during tho session now drawing to a close In many respects it is without a parallel in recent congressional history In a single session nearly all the pledges mado by tho Republican party in Its last national platform have been fulfilled including a revision of tho tariff an extension of the federal power over railroads and the prevent- Ing of the watering of stocks restrlc Lion of tho power of federal courts in granting writs of injunction the con servation of natural resources and the inauguration of a comprehensive system of Internal waterway Improvements KNOX WILL NOT RESIGN Secretary of State Declines to Be come Candidate for governor of Pennsylvania Washington Secretary of State Philander C Knox finally and effect Ively disposed of the report which bas been in circulation for a week that he might leave tho Taft cabinet to become tho Republican candidate foi governor ot Pennsylvania- In a formal statement he declares that at tho earnest solicitation of the President he will not permit his name to go before the state convention which meets In Harrlsburg next Wed nesday This announcement on the part of- the Secretary of State not only elimi notes him as the possible nominee al the head of the Pennsylvania state ticket and Insures his remaining in definitely in the Presidents cabinet but is regarded by most Pennsylvania politicians at the capital as pointing to the nomination of Representative John K Tener the exball player and now member of Congress from the Twentyfourth District of the Key stone State as tho candidate for ROT ernor Financing of Cotton Crop New York Severe as were the losses growing out of the recent wholesale issuance of bogus cotton bills of ladingamounting to 7000 COO to JSOOOOOO the mind of tM banking community is giving but little time to their contemplation b comparison with its application to the problems presented by the obstacles to the financing of the cotton crop which is now growing It is a facl that too result of the cotton bills ol lading frauds is to compel the con struction of brand new financial ma chinery for the marketing of tho now cctton crop Following their recent ex l erlcnces foreign bankers naturally refuse to accept bills made out against the receipt of a railroad representa tive excepting when tho cotton is ao tually in sIght So a now method o handling the crop must bo constructed United States Sends Sharp Reply Washington Madrlz has drawn from this government a sharp repl to the protest ho mado to President Taft claiming that the United Statel has prolonged tho war In Nicaragua because It refused to allow the bombardment of Bluoflelds or to allow th Venus to maintain a blockade there Consul Olivares at Managua hat been furnished with a statement which the consul has been directed tc hand to Madrlz It tersely observes that if any violation of neutrality hat occurred it was when tho Venus sail ed from New Orleans as an expedl tlon of the Madrlz faction Madrli protested not to tho United States alone but to all the South Amerlcat and Central American republics The statements he set forth in his telegrams are construed by tho state department as nothing less than an of fort to place In a false light the policy which the United States has adopted in dealing with the Nicaraguan affair Railroad Employes Submit Grievances Washington More than 200 repro Ecntatlvcs of tho conductors and trainmen who operate freight and pas conger trains in the southeastern sec tlon of the United States appeared be fore Chairman Knapp of the Inter state commerce commission and Commissioner of Labor Neil the media tlon board under tho Erdman act and stated their sldo of tho case In a con troversy which threatens to result Ii a widespread railroad strike First Woman To Pilot Balloon St Louis With flashes of lightning dazzling her eyes and thunder roaring in her cars Miss Julia Doorner car vied out her determination to bo the first woman In the world to pilot a balloon in a pleasure flight Large Increase In Imports Washington Imports of the princi pal manufacturing material into the United States for the period from Au gust I 1909 to April 30 1910 under the operation of tho new tariff law show a largo percentage of Increase S WHEN RURAL POSTMEN FLY WEATHER FLAGS FOUR DEAD IN SHIP MUTINY SHORE LEAVE DENIED CHINESE MAKE DASH FOR LIBERTY Seven Leap Into Water and Four DrownRemaInder Rescued and Placed In Irons Philadelphia A mutiny on board the British steamship Highland Mon arch outward bound for Auckland N Z followed by a dash for liberty by a dozen Chinese members of the crew resulted in thed rowning of four and the narrow escape of three others The men rescued are In a police sta tion while the remainder of the mu tineers aro In Irons aboard the ship The trouble started In the night The Highland Monarch had been lying In the Schuylkill river at Point Breeze In the extreme southwestern part of the city for three weeks loading with case oil for New Zealand As tho United States Immigration law places a fine of 500 on the cap lain of a steamship for every Chinese member of a crew that escapes the 20 Chinese aboard were not permitted to leave tho vessel whllo tho other 20 men In the crew all Englishmen were given liberal shore leave The confinement grew Irksome and as the ship was soon to sail one of the Mongolians asked First Mate Bow man to allow him a few hours on shore Being refused the Chinese drew a knife and chased the first mate about the ship The man was finally tripped by a white member of the crow and In fall Ing cut himself He was placed In irons and an hour later nearly all the Chinese mado a break for liberty I PARR GETS 100000 REWARD New York Custom Man Who Un earthed Sugar Frauds Handsomely Recompensed by Government Washington Richard A Parr dep upty surveyor of tho port of Now York will receive 100000 reward from the government for his die covery of the trick in tho sugar scales in New York by which the government was robbed of millions of dollars In customs duties This reward for Mr Parr was decided upon by Secretary MacVeagh following a discussion of the claim at the cabinet meeting It Is understood that President Taft favored tho 100 000 while Secretary MacVeagh would have cut tho amount In two In fact the president was not averse to giving Parr the limit allowed which would have approached a million JULIA WARD HOWE INJURED Americas Grand Old Woman Nine tyOne Years Old Suffers From a Fall But Will Recover Boston Julia Ward Howe Amer- Icas grand old woman Is suf fering from bruises caused by a fall at the homo of her daughter Mrs John Elliott Her physician says she will be fully recovered In ten days despite her age Sho Is ninetyone years old While going about the house Mrs Howe tripped and fell against a piece of furniture Maine Democrats Nominated Augusta MeAt tho Biennial Dem ocratic state convention here Fred erick W Plaisted mayor of Augusta was named for governor Conference Rail Report Wins Washington The senate adopted the conference report on tho railroad bill Spain Is Shake- nMadridEarthquake shocks vary ins In duration from four to ten seconds were felt hero Thursday and simultaneously at Cordova and Al maria In Andalusia No casualties are reported but in Almorla some houses were damaged Lynch a Murderous Negro Durant MUs Aftor he had run amuck with a shotgun and attempted to kill three white men Otho Mitchell a drunken negro was lynched by citi zens hero Thursday BIG DEAL IS UNDER FIRE Officials of United Wireless Telegraph Company Arrested Charged With Misuse of Malls New YorkIPresident Wilson and VicePresident Dogart of the United Wireless Telegraph company wore ta ken Into custody by United States Marshal Hcnkel at tho companys of lice on Broadway Wednesday and arraigned before United States Com missioner Shields to answer a charge of misuse of tho malls Chief Post Office Inspector Mayer charges the officials with a gigantic stock manlpulation plan declaring that the capital of the company whose assets were about 400000 had been increased by an interchange of securities and that the prlco of theso shares had been raised arbitrarily to such largo amounts that the company at this tlmo had an apparent stock market valuo of 1000000000 Mr Mayer states that one of tho officers has cleaned up 5000000 He says there are 28000 stockholders throughout tho country who have placed their money with tho company on tho representation of Its officers that It had a surplus of nearly 7000000 when as a matter of fact tho company was falling to make Its operating expenses Mr Mayor further states that the inside officers of the company were privileged to sell their stock while outsiders were required to accept stock certificates stamped nut transferable until February 11 1911 Inspector OBrlun seized the books and papers of the company as evl denco In tho case The complainant named in tho charge on which the arrests wero made Is Michael C OBrien of Waterbury Conn Wilson was released on 25000 bond and Dogarts bond was 10000 ARMED MAN AT WHITE HOUSE James Stricklin Held Pending In qulry Into SanityIt Is His Second Visit Washington A muscular man over six feet tall with black hair and heavy black mustache called at tho executive offices of the WhIte Houje and asked to see tho president He was recognized Immediately as the man who visited the executive man sion Juno 17 of last year and when arrested at that tlmo had two big pistils In his possession He was found again to bo armed with a 44 caliber pistol The man gave his name as James StrIcklin and said ho was from Cum berland Md When arrested a year ago Stricklin said he hailed from Ar forjserts that various persons are parse cuting him and wishes the president to put a stop to It PEARY RETURNS FROM EUROPE Commander Declares He Will Never Again Head An Arctic or Anarctlc Expedition New York Commander Robert E Peary was a passenger on the Mauro tania He said that he had not heard any news of Doctor Cook and had not the slightest idea of his present whereaboutsI again head either an Arctic or Anarctlc expedition said the commander Captain Bartlett will probably lead an expedition to the South Polo next year It should be much easier to reach the South Pole because shifting Ice haTbeenand the route plotted to within a hundred miles Walks In Sleep to Death New York Walking In his sleep P T Bruddcr a retired businessman aged seventynine fell through an open window in his sixth floor apartment Friday and was Instantly killed Relatives said that ho had been a somnambulist since childhood Hungry Hogs Kill and Mutilate Man Sterling IllA drove of hogs mu plated and killed Charles Anderson a farmer Thursday HIs body was found Friday Both arms bad been eaten liv the pilmals v OUTLOOK IS BETTER Crop News Continues Firm and Iron and Steel Market Improves New YorkR O Dun Coa week ly review of trade says Crop news continues firm The iron and steel markot improves whllo for eign trado movement shows an excess of exports and In theso Important particulars the business outlook is distinctly better There is further improvement In Iron with increased Inquiry at tho leading producing centers More orders have been placed for pig iron and tho tonnago already booked for deliv cry during tho second half of tho year is heavy Existing quotations are con sidered very low and In consequence there is less disposition on the part of consumers to defer purchases in expectation of concessions A large umount of business is announced ar having been placed by the railroads and other important interests which strengthens tho steel market division Open hearth material Is in good demand with billets quoted at 29 Pitts burg but Bessemer Is rather weak at about 2500 Tho primary dry goods markets still reflect light trading bit agents handling cotton goods lines are holding prices generally firm Jobbers In western markets have been shading prices nt clearance sales to reduce stocks preliminary to stocktaking while announcement Is made by a largo eastern house that the usual semiannual clearance sales will be omitted on the ground that costs of replacement are above current values Staple printed goods are selling In Bmal lots but western advlcos state that business promises to be bettor next month and there is moro Inquiry for denims and colored goods MIs- cellaneous export trado In cotton goods holds up well Mens woolens rule quiet but a little better business is noted in some parts of tho dress goods markets warmer weather stimulating Interest in seasonable merchandise The feature from the pro ducers standpoint is tho substantial increase In curtailment New orders for fall footwear con tinue small and the situation Is gen orally unsatisfactory Trade In leath er continues dull and prices on most descriptions are Weak Better News from Crop Centers Now York Bradstreofs says Irregularity and relative quiet are ctlll the ruling feature in trade and industry but evidences of improve mont in western distribution are rath er sharply In contrast with tho reports ot slow trado recently received Warm er weather is the key to tho bettor crop and trade reports received this week from the west northwest and southwest while cool moist condl tions along tho Atlantic coast now disappearing havo been a bar to trado and crop developments In the east Relatively best reports come from western cities and towns whllo country trade though bettor Is slower to respond owing to farmers being busy in work on hitherto dolayed cropsbusiness failures In tho United States for tho week ending with June 1C were 178 against 1J 9 last week 212 in tho like week ot 1909 254 in 190S 166 In 1907 and 173 In IflOC Business failures in Canada for tho week number 27 which compares with 3C last week and 26 In tho corro ipondlng week of last year Corn exports for the week aro 133 01C bushels against 229CS3 last week find 12980 In 1909 For tho CO weeks ending Juno 1C corn exports are 37 630487 bushels against 29013035 last year THE MARKETS Live Stock Cincinnati Juno 19 Cattie Shippers IG25a73G biitciAC steers extra 675a7 good to choice f68fia665 heifers extra C7Sa7 good to choice 585a665 cows extra 63 S aS50 good to choice I4SOaKlG can tars 225a1 Bulls Bologna 435a 025 fat bulls 5rOaG CalvclI Extra 1825 fair to good 725aS Hogs Good to choice packers and butcher J910n9ir mixed packers I940a945 stags 625a725 common to choir heavy fat sows 7GUaSCO pigs 110 Ibs and less 9a960 SheepExtra 475 good to choice 4lOa4C5 common to fair 225a4 Spring Lambs Extra SlOa82G good to choice 1aP ClippedlambsGrain Market Wheat No 2 red 106al03 No 3 red 03a98c No 4 red SfiaSOc Corn No 2 white 65a 5KV4c No 3 white til 3 yellowNo2 mixed G0l4 a61c No 3 mixed COa COVjC white ear C4aCCc yellow ear Cl o6Ce mixed car 64a60c OatsNo Jt white I738c No3 whlto a7a38c No 2 mixed 37o38c No 3 mixed 3Cn37c No 4 mixed 35a3G Hay No 1 tim othy lSBOal9 No 1 clover mixed 1060al7CO No 1 clover lGalGGO narley No 2 spring 72a74c No IS sprlnq70a72e79c Bran and Middlings Bran fl8 a20 ton middlings coarse 21a22 Fruits and Vegetable hamperCt1Jbnreaches Florida 150a2 a six basket crate Potatoes New 250al75 bbl potatoes J2n3 24qt crate Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Juno nTho of ferlngs on the tpbacco auction breaks wore as follows Burley 0 dcrk 42 original inspections 45 rovlowB 3 There was practically uo chuigo burrs InI p+ LIQUOR EVIL IS STRONG FOE Arguments for Its Existence Are Sun prisingly Few Weak and Spe cious Three of Them The liquor evil Is a strong and mighty foo to everything that Is pure and good and true And yet strong and mighty as It Is the arguments for Its existence are surprisingly few andi weak and specious Only three are worthy of even a passing notice The first Is the personal liberty plea Of course ours is a free lalld1 but free for what Not for a man or set of men to injure other men ami tho community Uut this Is exactly what the saloon Is doing It Is an un mitigated evil Freedom In such a case becomes only a license that should and must bo curbed writes Rev Charles B Cbapln D D in Christian Work and Evangelist Tho poor mans club Is another specious argument nut it may bo replied In return for the warmth sociability and good cheer antLItho poor man by tho saloon he hI dragged down physically mentally morally spiritually and at the same time ho worse than wastes his money Thus tho cost Is too great And then what of the wives and children Are they to be utterly disregarded Is It not bettor and less selfish for the man attraoI spends for rum and there will bo less need for a poor mans club Out there Is the revenue which the city county and state receive from tho license system which It in asserted Is an essential thing In reply It may bo said and It can be clearly and convincingly proved by facts andi figures that moro Is actually paid out for police and criminal courts ant prisons and poorhouses because of the saloon than Is received from such a revenueWhat then can bo done to down this foe which when looked squarelyi in the face has not a slnglu Justifiable argument for llsexlstonoo Four things may be suggested First conviction Some few have deep convictions against this unholy evil because they have been Injured by It In their hearts and homos and others because they aro active against It nut the great majority of good people are lukewarm AH such need to bo aroused If they would only make on Intelligent study of this monstrous curse as It Is their duty to do they would soon realize how it ruins the individual and leads to pauperism and crime In tho state and an a result their convictions would stir their very souls and load to saint sort of action Second charity Most of the foes of the saloon arc Christians and chAr- Ity Is a Christian grace but tho lack of this grace Is lamentable Instead of attacking tho saloon too many sbaftaIII1Galnting used Third concentration Temperance sermons and addresses art good but unless such bring on some definite action tho saloon only unapt Its fingers nnd laughs We need to do as tho little girl did who prayed that God would not lot her brother catch birds IhoIprayers were answered she replied Because I smashed the trap If we answer our own prayers by voting against the saloon by defeating legislators who are allied with this evil and by enact JJFourthnot yet suf ficiently caught tho spirit of It Tem perance organizations are too far apart There Is thus a wicked waste of power Wo need to get together to work and fight as one man to present a united front To quote some wise and true words from former District Attorney Jerome Tim reason why the churchs wishes and demands find so little con sldoration at tho hands of poli ticians legislators ard executive of ficials is because they so rarely agree among themselves on any specific and definite demands and they do not go about their reform work In a way to command the attention and coopera tion of practical men No party in city or state could or would resist them If they acted together with earnestness sincerity and true unity of purpose Because of a compliance with these four essentials there aro sure trtgna of success In the temperance corn paign In many places- Abstinence Absolutely Safe Gen Fred Grant lolls us that In early life because of tho greatness of his father he had an unusually large number of Invitations to drink He rays I tried to drink with extreme moderation because I know that alcohol U the worst poison a man can take Into his system but I found oat It was Impossible to drink moderately For that reason I became an absolute teetotalera crank If you please Whoa a man can say I never drink he never has to drink Is never urged to drink never offends by not drink- Ing KENTUCKY EDITORS FLOCK TO MIDDLESBORO FortyFirst Annual MidSummer Meeting of the Kentucky j Press Association Opens Auspiciously i With Good Attendance Mlddlcsboro has flung wido her pates and opened hor hoart to tho Kentucky editors Monday a largo number ot tho press pang arrived in the mountain metropolis to attend the 41st annual meeting of the Kentucky Press asooclatlou that will be In sos elon hero until Saturday Everybody Welcomed Monday evening n reception was tendorCUe tho press people by tho was tendered tho prose people by the Mlddlcsboro Commercial club at tho Mlddlesbom hotel Mayor K 8 Hel burn delivered nn address of welcome All tho members especially Presi dent Tom Inderwood and little Miss holly Pkkels arc glad to bo here for T C UNDERWOOD I President Kentucky Press Association Mlddlcsboro knows well how to enter tarn tho boys and girls of tho press Tko oily of tho mountains is like home to the Kentucky Press association for it has met hero several times before and after 13 years absence the memo bore are rejoiced to be back again IExcellent Program Ready Tho program that has been prepared by the cxccutlvo committee covers talks on practically every subject con iicotcd with tho printing of newspa pers and It is needless to say that tho members will pack away In their trunks many valuable suggestions of fored by the various speakers Tho Mlddleaboro Commercial club has a big pocketbook full of money to spend on their visitors and If they do not have a good time It will not bo tho fault of Judge T L Henritzo and tho following committee W J Klnnalrd Wm Wallbrccht sr Tl C Ford J F Bosworth E S Helburn and Chas P Cunningham Tho young women of Mlddlcsboro have planned several social features for tho daughters and wives of the editors and will tender a reception at tho filka homo In honor of them Will Visit Plnevlllei I One of the most pleasant diversions will bo tho trip to PInevIllo Friday PRIZES FOR PRINTING Handsome Awards to Be Made at K P A Meeting at Mlddtetboro Tho members of the Kentucky Press association who expect to mako exhl fj bitions in tho newspaper and job t printing contests at Mlddleaboro will find a handsomo prize to cover every possible exhibit The multiplicity of prizes secured by U D Coiluo of the Shelbyvllle News chairman of the contest com mittee that will be offered will In cludo seconds in all exhibits and In many oi them a third prize will be of fered Every character of Job print ng as well as different size advertise ments and newspapers will bo consid ered Wade SheHman of Louisville who is regarded as one of the bolt print ers in the state has been selected as judge It Is tho desire of the commit tee in chargo of the contests that all members take their entries to Mid dlcaboro and the different classes will then bo arranged under tho superin tendence of Mr Sheltman The West ern Newspaper Union offer prizes to tho value of 130 for the best printed newspaper exhibited The Evening Independent has pur chased the Ashland Ky Commer cial a morning paper and discontin ued its publication Time stock of the Independent has been increased and B P Forgcy who has been editor of the Ironton Register has become n largo stockholder In the now company Mr Forget resigned his position with tho Register mind ID now editor of the Independent moving his family to Ashland C n 11111 has succeeded David B Thurman as publisher of tho Taylors vlllo Courier J W lUll will be the manager and editor tl morning Mr Chas Motcalf editor ot the Pinevlllo Sun assisted by Miss Lena Uolllns has charge of the pro gram that will bo carried out by the Ilnovlllo Commercial club to suit a Mugs fancy The Official Program Every day of tho press gathering promises to bo splendid and the pro gram for the business and social af fairs in brief was as follows Tuesday Afternoon Trip to mines Train leaves Union station at noon lunch at mines at 1230 p m Tuesday Evening 730 Ladles see oelock informal ball at Mid Idlesboro hotel j Paper1VbatPress L C Littrell Owenton Ky DANIEL MDOWMAR Secretary and Treasurer Kentucky Press Association paper Machine vo Hand Composi tion S M Saufley Stanford Ky paper Making Statesmen and tho Reward John U Wakefleld Louisville Ky paper Writing Editorials Dosha Drcekonridgc Lexington Ky round table Advertising Home and Foreign What to Print nnd What Not to Print Ed D ShinnIck Shclbyvlllc KyWednesday Afternoon Excursion Mlddlcsboro Belt railroad leaving Union station at 2 p m stopping at plant of New South Brewing and Ico Co for lunch return to city at 5 Po m Wednesday Evening 700 Recep limn at Mlddlcsboro hotel by Eighth District Press League 9 p m German at Mlddlcsboro hotel led by Mr W V Richardson Danville and Miss Margaret Mount Lancaster Ky- Thursday Morning 830 Paper Tho Editor in Politics Tim Need ham Winchester Ky paper How to Make a Newspaper Popular W J Denhart Bowling Green Ky paper The Business Outer M F Conley Louisa Ky round table Expres dons and Suggestions in Getting Sub scribers J R Lemon Mayflcld Ky Awarding prizes for job work Elec tion of ofllcers Thursday Evening 730 to D Smoker at Mlddlcsboro hotel follow ed by ball- Friday Morning Trip to Plnevllle TO CELEBRATE JULY 4 Louisville Advertisers May Hold Car naval or Congress of Nations Tho Louisville Ky Advertisers club at a recent meeting had under discussion the giving of a celebration during tho week of July 4 Two sug gestions were discussed that of give ing a street fair and carnival and that of a congress of nations A T Macdonald suggested that a congress of nations would bo a novel affair Ills suggestion was to secure the lot and erect platforms wkcro all tho nations of the civilized world might be repre seated in costume No definite con elusIon was arrived at but tho matter will be discussed further A T Macdonald John Smiley Fred Harrigg E II Uacon Thomas IJasham anti Evan Iteeso were appointed a commIt- tee to take the matter up and report Homo plan to the club It tho carnival Is decided on all kinds of attractions Including balloon races will bo given S W Iinebaugh has sold the Logan County Ky News to Messrs Byrne ArthurBrowder of Russcllvillo will be ed itor Mr Herndon who has been ed ilor and proprietor of tho Auburn Ad vocate has sold that paper to GOrge IL Van Arsdall of Bowling Green Steuben Uodbcy formerly of Berea Ky has purchased the Somerset Ky Journal Mr Godboy prints a sixcolumn quarto using tho Western Newspaper Union aorvlce fron tho Cincinnati oltlcc Shelton Saufley of Frankfurt who recently purchased tho Stanford Jour nal Is making numerous Improvements in tho appearance of the Journal and will shortly install a standard linotype nwcliln1 n i1 4 p iIWHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH 4 6PRONOUNCED DEAD By a Doctor But Two Patrolmen Re suscitated the Child Louisville Ky Lewis the twoyear old son of Max Masdol of 425 South Seventh street while playing toppled Into a large candy bucket filled with water and was almost drowned before the accident was discovered An uncle drew the apparently life less form from the water He summoned a physician who pronounced the child dead- Patrolmen Pat OHearn and Mike OHara resuscitated tho child and it will recover TAX ORDERED LEVIED Louisville KyJudge Evans of the United States court granted a per emptory writ ot mandamus command- Ing the county Judge and magistrates composing the fiscal court of Green county to assemble and levy a suit dent tax to pay tho judgments of Mary Amls Quinn and Charley Murphy and others the first for about 1100000 and the second for about 1150003 and to certify tho levy for collection to the collector of county revenues Tbe suits for mandamus are based upon judgments against the county rendered by the federal court afllrm apIUnited States The controversy arises out of bonds Issued by Green county to aid tho con struction of the Cumberland R Ohio railroad through Green and adjacent counties about tho year 1870 LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD Louisville KyUnder the new state law passed by the last legisla ture a state livestock sanitary board was formed at the meeting of the state board of agriculture with the members of tho Kentucky Sheep Breeders association Tho members of the now board are M C Rankin exofflclo Prof E S Good exolflcio and James L Dent Fred R Blackburn and G N McGrcw The now body met at the Willard hotel and discuss ed the work which is before it The putting on of the 1910 state fair was discussed and many of the plans were made by the members of the board of agriculture I An interesting talk was given by Dr Ramsey representing the United States Bureau of Animal Industry regarding the disease among sheep in this state Ho stated that If tho state sanitary board would cooperate with tho federal government the general quarantine would be removed and only tboso counties in which the disease of scabies is prevalent would be kept under the quarantine Dr Cloud the federal inspector at the Bourbon stockyards and Prof E S Good pro fessor of animal husbandry at the State university also discussed the quarantine Cadiz KyTho lighting plant in Christian church hero exploded just before services began The interior of the church is a wreck Tho organ was demolished Over 50 people were In the church but no one was seri ously hurt M G Bucknor of Owens boro who was conducting the inpet Ing South Hawkins the pastor and K R Street were considerably bruised and torn about tho face and head Hopklnsvlllc KyTho state board of control of charitable Institutions at Frankfort elected Dr H P Sights of Paducah superintendent of the Western Kentucky Asylum for Insane near Hopklnsvllle There wore many candidates for position which was made vacant by Gov Willeona appointment of Dr Thomas W Gardiner as member of board of control Georgetown KyDr J It Snell of Louisville who recently purchased the stock of J Branham and George W Adolytte of Louisville in the mining prospects for barytes near Georgetown has struck a fourfoot vein of zinc and another almost as largo of sliver Glasgow KyMiss Beulah King 17 was drowned The young lady and Cove Hay a friend were Crossing the river at Witts Ford when she became frightened and sprang Into the river lie rescued her nnd wont to rescue his horjc She fell back into the wa ter Frankfort Ky Stringent rules save been adopted by the state department of education to prevent the sale of examination questions for teachers examinations and it has been held that if any teacher falls to attend the full session of a county in stitute that teachers ccrtlilcato shall be revoked The directors of the Mobile Ohio Railroad Co a subsidiary of the Southern railway desired a dividend of 4 per cent t + a YM KENTUCKYS NEW LAWS Frankfort KyMore than 100 new bills that were passed by the last gene oral assembly went Into effect June 14 There are a good many of them ot great importance Tho now acts that are now laws are tobaccoAmendingcities of the first class pociAsentenceConcerningI dt1Mflmt class aJ1temenlaProviding for a Hospital Commission In classProviding October 13 Columbus Day Providing for Industrial schools and theregulations thereof otthemaking an appropriation therefor reportsofSchoolTexttheYlomeProviding for one of tho state peniten sihoolProviding claaaiftcntlonofIntoxlootlnllconveyances unlawfulelectionstorun at large Fixing age for Jury service mistreatingdumb lawFixingSenate and House ofWAriescounties Comml581onChanging forchange of venue Lbl1lIhCreating tho Tax Revision Commission and appropriating money for payment of exp we Providing an expense fund for the Gov ernor completionof Confederate Making an appropriation for the Col ored Kentucky Home Society for Chil dren childrenRefunding Inheritance tax crlmlnata unclalmoofreight denningPOWfOlll ottheProviding for the manufacture nt hog cholera serum establishing a distributing point prodlminers Allowing Fiscal Courts to levy tax for courthouse fund CourtsInMaking nn appropriation for the Ken tucky Normal and Institute Regulating the control of mlnos and mIning Providing for trustees of awulemles and seminaries Providing for the commission form of government for cities of the second class Providing for the condemnation of clt lee of the fourth class for railroad purposes Providing penalty for failure to sound warning at railroad crossings Providing for the employment of a Welshman at mines for the benefit of the employes Regulating the further pooling of farm products Fixing the time of holding Court In the TwCTrtynlnth Judicial District Making the practice of abortion a fel thereforRegulatingelection of Town Marshals In sixth class cities Amending code of criminal practice preventionIncreasing fee for Jailers Regulating the payments from the road and bridge fund Amending law In regard to mechanics lien SergenntatAnnsProhibiting the destruction of fish with guns loaded with seed bullets Adjusting the salaries of the Asslstir Mine Inspectors Iesll ng slave marriages I Regulating revenue and taxation In cit tea of toe first class for Iatereat bearing warrants ClrcultIProviding for Dee Inspectors rosponIble driMi Amending dependent child law Amending landlord and tenant law Regulating the convertment of stocks and bonds by corporations Amending LAW providing for compulsory attendance of children In Providing for the registration of auto mobilesAmending acknowledgment and convey ance laws- Amending water supply law in cities of the second class Providing for an Assistant City Arses sor In cities having over 40000 population Amending child our law Amending local option law in regard to license Providing for the registration of nurses and creating a Hoard of Examiners Providing for the protection of readoutQfsembllea such as camp meetings Providing for an Inspector of Weights and Measures Recording land contracts Giving titles of the third class power to mortgage water systems Amending code of criminal practice Providing for the liability of assessment of members of fire Insurance companies Providing for the Providing for the regulation of fire Inv guranc comoanies Fixing punishment for the adulteration of fooll and drugs Providing an appropriation for the Inv stitution for Providing nn appropriation for the School for the Deaf Staking nn appropriation for the Houses ReformProviding that Interest on asylums war rants be refunded Providing for the Investment of stock of Insurance companies Regulating legal proceedings In libel Regulating revenue and taxation In cite lea of the second class Regulating the Improvement of streets and public ways In cities of tho second class Regulating corporations desiring to do trust banking and title guaranty buil nes Amending Morginfleld school net Increasing salary of elmamors sten ographerlleffUlallna assessment life and casuai ty companIes Increasing salary of clerk hire of Li- brarianPermitting exchange of pharmacists certificate Changing manner of electing School TrusteesProviding for temporary filling of Coun 1 Commh l3n rs ofllce Providing that agreement net to grow crops Tae declared lawful Ctraaging the net regulating the man asement of the House of Reform Uejttftllng the charter of the Dycusburg schools Regulating the pooling of farm prod uct Allowing county to purchase roads and highways InIr = 1 or CATJZC JTcTP OP sRO PA1L0 iJI Fully four and a half out of every five pounds of coffee Irunk in tho United States comes from Brazil and the proportion is growing steadily higher principally because tho Brazilian bean is of a superior quality and flavor The generality of coffee drinkers have a hazy Idea that Mocha and Jata enter largely Into the morning beverage but it is a fact that all the Mocha and Java that reach this country in a year would not supply St Louis for six months- It Is generally known and understood that the greater proportion of Ono Brazilian coffee comes from the state of Sao Paulo In that country and the statement that Sao Paulo the richest stato in tho Brazilian Union Is one vast coffee estate has been mado so frequently that tho general Impression has gone abroad that little else but coffee Is produced In the state It is true that Sao Paulo alone last year produced 1716000000 pounds of coffee that had a value of 140000000 and that this vast ago gregate found its way outward through tho greatest coffee port in the world Santos but it is also true that Sao Paulo has a host of other indus tries that aro developing nt a rate that is It Is in Sao Paulo that the great wheat growing conces sions have been granted it is from Sao Paulo that the enormous shIp- ments to Europe of live cattle will be made it Is Sao Paulo that now main tains three hundred factories engaged HONOR WITH How the Late Popular Writer O Henry Outwitted Editor A friend of the late O Henry writes of him He was reckless In spending money and frequently gave elevator boys and bellboys 15 and 110 notes Out ho wasnt easy desplto his finan cial Ills friends nar rated an incident showing the mans shrewdness A magazine noted for slow pay they say contracted with him for a threepart story for which ho was to receive fifteen hundred dol lars He got a five hundred dollar ad vance before starting to work and when he turned in tho second Install ment nono of it had been printed yet got five hundred dollars more and asked for the third flvo hundred dollars as an advance before finishing the tale Tho editor in an effort to save money apparently declared that after all the story didnt appear to bo worth more than one thousand dole lars this when ho had the two Inv stallments In his office All right said O Henry I wont write the third one then And he didnt He laughed at the editor Well then said the latter Ill run the two parts and then let our readers have a guess ing contest as to how the story ends and put up perhaps a five hundred prize to the winner For a moment the author thought he was outwitted Then he said Go ahead and Ill win the prize He Intended to win It too An Office Business Only A young man called at the office of a Justice of the peace and with some hesitation made known his business which was to bo married The justice replied that he thought he could per form tho service and asked If the young man had his license Yes sir tho youth replied Well where iu the young ladyr Sheshes at her fathers Well bring her here Shed rather be married at home you expect me to go there and marry you7 Yes sir If you please Young man said the Justice this office of mine Is like a department store We sell matches here but we dont deliver them at the house Slightly Confused Marie was making her first visit to the beach She was fearless of the water and spent as much of her time In bathing as sho was allowed One morning there was an unusually strong undertow and many of the bathers spoke of It Marie hearing them stowed away the new phrase In tier mind When she camo in from her bath site told how fine the water was and told ot the fun sho had had Then assuming her grownup manner she remarked Oh but the undertaker was strong this morning t ft0 d 411 c Ikr a t IpR BKIUIIl1Y t Washington astonishing RESTED AUTHOR Unscrupulous regardlessnesa squireAnd YouthsCompanlon In a truly remarkable array of indus i tries These factories alone represent an investment of over 40000000 and aro employing 60000 workmenrIt is true that coffee is tho staple but these factories are turning out cotton 1 and woolen fabrics they are ma king rope twines and papers There are breweries marble quarries metal industries of various natures vast es tates that are devoted to tho culture of rice and square miles ot territory that produce enormous quantities of fruits that are shipped in all directions Sao Paulo has gone extensively Into grape culture and Is turning out 1 wines that are becoming vastly popu lar in several countries Agriculture of a general nature has engaged the attention of the residents of tho state 1 fwayslast year reached a grand total of five and a hat million tons which com pares very favorably with the trade of Rio de Janeiro or Buenos Ayres the two largest South American ports In great measure this progress is due to the farsighted and patrIoticCefforts of hose statesmen who have directed the destinies of tho state and it has been recently stated by a South Ttheof all Brazil His Real Calling There is II writer In New York who has achieved little success but who being amply supplied with worldlytgoods refuses to be discouraged So 1 he keeps turning out books the merits fJI1of which he earnestly attests by word of mouth and heavy purchases from tho publishers He is a long time friend of Simoon Ford boniface wit and philosopher That Mr Ford Is sffriendsreason why the attentuated hotel man is one of the moat solemn looking ot humansThey were at dinner recently when the author said Sim youve been awfully kind to meyou are my real audience for youvo suffered like a friend and read all I havo written Sometimes I think that I have mode a great mistake and I am not really an author after all I think youro right assented Mr Ford Youre a born chemist Hows that suspiciously asked theauthorWell remarked Simeon every book you write becomes a drug on the market Putting It Up to Uncle Henry O Brooks tho wellknown New York lawyer talking about domestic troubles has had his share of tho servant problem though he admit it However he Is frank wontIto tell one on himself as he cently at the WaldorfAstoriaiWe have a got word that her uncle was very HL V She asked to be allowed to go away 1 for a few days and go to the funeralIAfter a week had passed we comeAmenced to get nervous So a was sent to her Inquiring when sho would be able to return and hew her uncle wasffWe got a reply something like this Dear Sir I will be back as soonlas possible Undo Is getting and weaker Ma has told him I cant stay hero much longer and I know he i dont want me to loso my job Adornment- To adorn ourselves seems to to a part of our nature and this desire seems to be everywhere and In every thing I Lav sometimes thought that the desire for beauty covers the earth with flowers paints tho wings of moths tints the chamber of the shell and gives the bird its pignjng sad Its song 0 daughters and wives It you would be loved adorn yourselvestif you would bo adored be beautiful Robert O IngersollrVanity of Life How small a portion of our life it Is that we really enjoy In youth wo are looking forward to things that aro to come In old age we are looking back ward to things that are gone past in manhood although we appear Indeed to be more occupied in things that aro present even that is too often absorbed in vague determination to be vastly happy on some future day when I we havo timo 4 1s Z le dti 7 i0t7 110 t Jr j M Mad4 oltQ flVQ8OO 4 elaeNlr telaaMu 3 East Kentucky Correspondence 1News You Get Nowhere Else i eorreipeaienc psbU1II4 ualm aljnta la fan by the wetter Till WIII IIfsot lot inbllMUoi bit M aa STUIMO of rx I faith Writs elilaly aloe e ooOSOOSOSogosOUooso EDITORIAL NOTE The contest in the Eleventh District eeems to be getting pretty warm and the indications are that it may become bitter Many of our correspondents are from this District and they may be tempted at times to be- comet partizan We want them to give the nuns but we hope they wlllcQjr tlnue to be temperate and nfct undertake to tell people how they should voteIf the editor was a voter in the district he would not for a moment look to the Interest of either man- n He has nevem done so before lIe does not consider it in any sense a per itsonal matter He would look at the office and study the Interests of the nation not of the District alone Guided by this principle he would come to a conclusion and cast his vote Ills vote would be his measure of the men Strife for the place and r mud slinging would seriously die qualify either or both In his estima tionOnly publishing the news disclaim ing responsibility for any preference expressed by any correspondent and with hands off so far as personalities and the wind are concerned The ntlzen commends the above principle to every yotdr JACKSON COUNTY OHKKNIIAIL Greenhall June 20The Greenhall baseball team the Oak 31InIs billed to speak at several places I In Owsley County this week The County is supposed to give Powers an overwhelming majority and It Is sate to say Jackson County will give PoIers SOO majority Mrs Maggie who has been low with pneumonia is improving The Sundays school organ ized at Canons chapel by5 H Long I la making a good start management of Clark WlIsonTheI continued wet weather has done much damage to corn and other crops Much bottom land growingI total fallureJ D pierson and J N Smith and wife visited Si Ian Creech Sunday and enjoyed a very pleasant time We think it a duty of all to follow the rules given by our editor regarding the dreadful disease of consumption By so doing we can save much suffering and the lives of manyThe Rev Buckles has been appointed to finish up theI circuit vacated by the Rev He will preach at Canons chapel tho first Sunday in JulyD9b Evans Is out from Virginia visiting his broth ers Jim and Samuel and other rela tives Early Gibson is at Plnevllle visiting relatives Now that Clark Wilson wIlLte with us in our Sun day school work till he returns to Berea in September we should do all In our power to have a good school and to accomplish this we parents should be found at our places Remember the duty we owe to our little ones and let all set that example that will be of great benefit to them and try to bring them up In a- wayi that will be pleasing In the sight of God rillTKTT Prlvelt June ISThe fever Is rag Ing through this vicinity The Rev JjHarvey Johnston has been holding meeting at Black Water I with many additions to the church Mr James Anderson who has been in the army for the last three years f GIIO home on a visit and has now gone to New York whero ho will be employed for a whlteMr Silas Spur lock gate the young folks a singing last Saturday night David Flan ery of Rosses Creek attended the funeral or his aunt at Flat Lick last Sunday XATIIANTON Nathanton June 16J E Wilson made his return home last night from a drumming trip thorugh Lee County Mrs Robert Wilson has beep very bad with fever but we hope her bettor nowMrs Jessie Halbrcoks Is some betterGeo Tlncher J S Wil 4son G C Gentry Jessie Halcomb were tho welcome guests of J E Wilson and family last SundayAll crops seems to show up very doubtful In this part of the country Mr Lee Peters passed thru our city Monday last on his way to MauldenHalleys comet was all the talk a while back but it is all hushed and the talk t now is for Caleb Powers HOBLKT p Hurley June 20All crops are warmlmeeting at McKee has been well attended from this place this week Mr Grover Gabbard visited his par ents at Black Lick Saturday night W M Baker from Clay County is i visiting his fatherinlaw Mr Ned Gabbard a few days this week Our Sunday school at this place is pro pressing nicely Mr and Mrs John WIT go otloetoeoto oleo 0 oYoq I McCollum and Dona Philips visited at Pal Gabbards Sunday nlghtThe lion D C Edwards will speak at our school house Saturday the 2 th at ten oclock Everybody conic out and hear him Mlsa Pollle McCollum took tho examination at McKee this- weekMessrs Jake and Charlie Is aacs of Egypt visited their sister Mrs William Hurley Friday night Mr and Mrs J B Morris from Birch Lick visited at Hooten Saturday and Sun day JULIltKI Mildred June 19 Farmers are very much behind with their crops in this section on account of so much ralnJames H Moore made a fly Ing trip to Owsloy County Friday Died June 11th Old Aunt Betty Moore of heart trouble and other diseases She was a kind and Christian woman I and liked by nIl who knew her Her many friends and relatives have our Rice10fGreen Morris Saturday night Mr and Mrs Walter Cannon of Maulden visit ed Mrs Cannons mother Saturday night They expect to move to Lin coin County soonJames Towles ofIGray Hawk was In town Saturday Mrs Jane Morris is planning to visit her mother in Laurel County soon There have been higher waters in Laurel Fork this spring than have been known for 15 yearsAll the talk seems to be about the congressIrace Mr Powers seems to lead In this community Wo are sorry to lose our editor but hope we have one Just as good We extend our welcome to him and wish him our success Luck to The Citizen and its new editor Isaacs June ISAACSIwet weather their work Died June 16th Mrs El len Pennington She Is a daughter of Mr Robert Johnston of Berea She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss Mr John York and wife of Hamilton 0 returned home SundayMr Sanbrooks of Llv t ingston organized an SaturdayMlsslS- usie Chapter at Annvllle Watson of Annvlllo visited Mrs Sarah Davis Wednesday and Thurs dayMra Maranda arrett who has been sick Is well again Mr Lewis Hellard of Loam passed through bore Thursday on his way to Mill Creek Wheat and oats are looking fine but grass is quite light Election IiDIooreslCreek Tllllo York the past week- gOCKCASTLE j COUWM IIOIIINET Roblnet June IS Regular churchIservice Is held at Horse Lick second Saturday and Sunday In j month by tto Rev T Durham IrsI Travis French of Mt Vernon came hue the 18th to walt on the measles at her sons J W French The law suit between Sommers and McDowel was decided In Mr McDowels favor John Powell of Conway Is in this part hauling tiesMilt Carpen ter Is planning going to Hot Springs Ark this fallThe measles are rag ing in this neighborhood orn crops ore looking fine in this community nOOCJlLANDIGoochland of DIsputanta preached at Sycamore SundayPearl Morris Maggie and Polly McCollum were the guests of Allle Phillips last Sunday Talenge Phillips who hon typhoid fever la t improving George Sparks attended church at Gochlrnd Sunday Several j of this placa attended at Berea last week commencementI of McKee and Stella Sparks visited A G Phillips Monday J F Dooley was In Mt Vornoa last week on busi ness Abney Bros will move their saw mill U W B Harriss near Big Hill soonW S Jones contemplates going to Hamilton Ohio in the near future Jim Lucas passed thru here on his way to the mountains Wednes duyWm Jones and Ella Dooley are planning to attend the examination at Mt Vernon Friday and Saturday Den Ballard was In Madison County first of tho week Easom Johnson I spendtheland In the early autumn George Abrams was in Berea last week on business W A Phillips attended church at Cowbell Hollow Sunday nlghtNed McHonc agent for Tho Citizen was thru Goochland recently selling and collecting The Baptists MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN sContlpstlonb s garderWar Tbe ak an 1ldI I IDonlce T If of this place have changed their meet ings from the second Saturday to the fourth Will la Johnson of Orlando host the contract for building tho new school at this place for 500 8NII1UU Snider June 1sMr W F Lambert and fatally of Winchester visit ed relatives In this vicinity from Wednesday till Sunday Mrs Min nie Conn of Dorm visited Mrs Lee Wren Saturday and Sunday Mr Al mon Arthur of Llvlngood was the wel come guest of his mother Saturday night There have been some big tides in Round Stone here of late Miss Bottle Todd of Richmond is in this community Mr Calvin Chasteen who has been at homo for a week left Monday to go back to his work at Plnevllle Marlon Pointer was at home Saturday and SundayMr El mo McClure was in this community Saturday Miss Nellie Grant has beln- staying with her antes Mrs Mamie Watkins at Berea for some tlmeIrJames Owens has moved toLivtngood to work on the railroad AVI Mil K- Wlltlle June 13Mr Gilbert and Henry Dalley and Miss Lucy Dally of Conway were the guests of Miss Lou Coffey Sunday James Coffey was with home folks Sunday Mr Jesse Fish visited Mr and Mrs Albert Reynolds last week Mrs A Philips and granddaughter Lou Philips were m Mt Vernon Monday Mrs Edward Graves of Paris visited Jut parents Mr and Mrs W H Jones last week Mrs Sarah Maret Is sick Born to Mr and Mrs J W Parsons a fine boy Mother and babe are doing well Misses Ella Nash and LcJa PettIt are visiting friends at this place Mr Albert and Jack Fish attended commencement at Berea last Wednes dayMrs Mary E Coffey and Misses Ethel and Maude Reynolds and Fannie French visited friends at Bercw last weekClarence Holdman the child of Mr Jeff Holdman died June 13th at the age of five yearsMr W H Jones was in Mt Vernon Monday CONWAY Conway June OCrops are look Ing fine in this part of the neighbor hOOdElmer Williams has return ed from Brush Creek and Is not dofiig wellMrs Wm Hayes Is very poo- rlyMr Chas Bowman has been to I London to see the doctor as he was advised to do but Is not doing well Mrs Della Dally Is better Mr J H Branaman and Mies Lou Philips of Wildle wero here Sunday Mr A P Gabbard has returned from Jackson Mr I A Bowman has gone to Jack son on business Mr Hubbard the drummer was with the merchants here last weokThe Rev Phelps filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday There will be church here every third Saturday and Sunday Mr Ben Gabbard and Logan Gabbard started out Monday on a drumming trip thru the mountains Miss Rhoda Bowman entertained quite a crowd I of young folks Sunday Mr Claude Anderson of Berea visited at I A Bowmans Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jennie Hayes visited At Wildle Sunday Mr Bob Abney of Clear Creek was over Saturday and Sunday IIOOMR Boone June 20Mr Charles Smith and Miss Jessie Guinn were quietly married at tho home of Mr Robert Smith Sunday evening Miss Hattie Poynter made a business trip to Mt Vernon last weekMr and Mrs Tow ry of Paint Lick were in this vicinity Sunday evening Mr and Mrs T S Guinn of Beroa visited friends and relatives here Sunday Mr Cal Chas teen returned to Straight Creek last MondayMrs Rosa Grant who has been quite sick for a few dayu 1s some betterMr and Mrs Lee Wren and Mrs Geo Wren and Mrs Lam bert were guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Wren Sunday Mr and Mrs D Bolen started to Illinois last Saturday where they will make their future home MiKj Mary Crutcher is visiting friends and relatives at this place Miss Rena Smith and lass Jessie Guinn were shopping In Berea SaturdayMr Geo Poynter and bother M Poyhter visit ed relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Wm Rich of Rockford is doing some work for H T and Arthur Chas teenMr J Oldham and A D Lev ett Wero visiting near Rockford on Sunday lost Miss Lizzie Grant was tho guest of Mrs Margaret Sims Sun dayMrs DcJsy Lambert and Mrs Norn Wren were visiting their moth er Mrs Mattlc Gadd near Rockford lost Saturday MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Juno 20Mr A P Set tle entertained a number of people at his home Sunday among them were Mr and Mrs Ben Boen M D Set 100 Reward 100 The readers of thlt will be leased to learn that there U at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its sla gei and the U Catarrh tails Catarrh Cure lathe cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional die ease a constitutional treatment lIalla Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous IlIraera of the system thereby destroying the foundation of bybulldlnKnlmuch faith In Its curative power that offer One Hundred Dollars for au cue Ihallt rail to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J ClIItN Y tr CO Toledo 0 Sofd by all Dmgxlsta7c Take flails y I Ila for constipation w 1 tie and wife the Rev Vandorpool Margaret Crooke and Lyda Young i Mr and Mrs Eager of BcattyVlllo came Saturday to visit their daughter I Mra Mark Flanery for several d s Miss Bessie MoWhorter of IJeIC6I visited Miss Eva Lewis Saturday and I Sunday Mr O P Jackson and wife i of Richmond visited relatlvesht Mote last week Several from hero are planning to attend the entertainment at Speedwell Sunday night Miss Floa sle Baker of Dreytus was the guest of Miss Martha Powell Saturday night any SundayMr Arch Murray visited near Richmond one day last week Mr Levi Kimberlaln and daughter America visited at Dreyfus recently Success to The Citizen and Its new editor I IIHKYFllH I Dreyfus June 21Rev Dunagan of Corbin is holding a meeting at tho Baptist church hero this woekMr Chas Ridded is visiting relatives here this week Misses Ida and Bettlo Lewis of Berea visited Miss Alma and Lizzie Lake Saturday and Sunday Miss Alum Lake has returned from Richmond where she has been attend ing school Mr and Mrs F M Jones visited Mr Lincoln Combs Sunday piss Dora and Curt Bengo delightfully entertained at their home last Sunday afternoon a number of their friends All report a good tlmee are gladI strlct1Wesuccess IIAItTH Harts June OThe fanners are proud Indeed to see these warm days how they make the crops look fineIdrying up the ground so niceMr H T Jones and family are all very sick with mumps Miss Pearl McClure is visiting her grandparents In IndIlannMr James McQucen has been very sick but is improving Born to Mr and Mrs Tom Coffee on Wednes day June 16th a baby girl Mr and Mrs Willie Plgg are the proud par ents of a baby boyMrs Geo Ames of St Louts Mo is visiting her sis tern Mrs Baker and Mrs Davis Mr J E Hammond attended the Mason Lodge Saturday night at Berea Mrs Matt Range and boys of Illinois are paying Mr and Mrs Mart Baker a visit Mr W B Lake of Silver Creek I has bought a new organ which they enjoy very much Mrs Richard Cllft who has been at the Infirmary at Richmond returned home after a months stay taking treatment Mr C J Lake Is just about done setting his tobacco outMr J E Sexton has the nicest crop of corn In this neighborhood He Is over It the sec ond time Tho prayer meeting whichI is hold every Thursday night Is quite a success Everybody come Lets take a part There Is nothing better than a prayer meeting going on OWSLEY COONTt ISLAM CITYIIsland City June 17Married at the brides tome Monroe King to Miss arah Becknell Another moonshine raid was made Saturday near XathanI ton Jackson County by Wm Mays Win Adkins Collector G J Gentry Dave Bowman Arthur Bryant and J W Jemcrson They found one ItllII In operation Married at the brides home Saturday at 2 p m Wm Gentry to Miss Emma Chestnut ot CIa Coun tyJoe Moore Is ill with teerIEva and J Chadwell who have beenI attending Berea College for the past six months returned home Thursday and report an excellent sllhoo1I Eljas Nceley who has been down about four weeks with over Is no betterI Esther G Gentry who has been aistudent of Bcrca College for tour years returned to her fathers Thurs day There have been donations to the amount of thirtyfive thousand feet of lumber to erect the graded school at Island City Torrah and Dole Gentry returned from the com mencement at Berea Thursday and report an excellent trip Powers is still In the lead and gaining every i day I JVincentat Beattyvllle a day or two last week on business T D Vonable visited at Blake a day or two last week Rufus Jackson was over at DoonevUlo last Saturday on business Com is scarce throughout this section One dollar per bushel and very little at that Tho Vincent boys played tho Boonevlllo boys last Sunday on tho old ground at Travelers Rest and gave them a nice detest the score standing 14 to C In favor of the yin cent team There will average about I one hog to the family thruout this section T B Venable has had a now phone installed in his homeJ- C Botner has his new gasoline mill in full operation nowPowers la good for 90 per cent of the votes thruout this section LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN Hyden June 13U M Hensley and wife are back after a two months abIsence Mrs Hensley underwent operation while in Louisville and tow well on the road to recovery IsI On lust Sunday at a meeting on head of White Oak in Leslie County 15 miles from Hyden a general affrayf took place One man killed and two seriously wounded Solomon Taylor killed 81 Mitchell Taylor was shot in the thigh and Willie Witt n by thrLffrayJ Mitchell after Mitchell was shot Witt is not fnta1lyI live It was an old grudge between i Mitchell and Taylor that caused tho row and they all came them to at tend church and metD C Edwards spoke hero last Saturday to a very largo crowd In the court house and from tho expression of tho PeoilloI present it was plain that was i a majority In the house for Mr Pow ers and against Mr Edwardrt were not over ten or fifteen TheroI time cheered Mr Edwards tho enthusiasm that could bo mustered up horn by his supporters Ho took up a good part of his speech reading time letters of one Jos II Sloorq who had turned traitor on Mr Powers and exposing his letters Mr i Powers had written to Mr Moore while Mr Powers was In prison Mr Edwards nude an absolute failure to create any sentiment for his cause or accusation as to Mr Powers getting rich in jail He also told that old sterotyjwd story that John D White used to tell so much that he would lock and dam tho Kentucky River to Hyden 1C tho people would just con i tinue to send him to Congress i PERRY COUNTY i JIAZZAIID Hazard June 18The weather has been very wet and farmers are very j mush behind with their work Crops look badThe County examination Is being held here with twentyone ap pliant of whom two have w It- hdrawnL F Brashcar cashier of Perry County State Hank is having anew house erected on Broadway Street near the college building Busklrk a railroad man of Cincinnati was hero Saturday Austin Melds purchased the store and dwelling formerly own ed by E C Holliday Saturday tho consideration being about twentytwo hundreddollars The tide last week cleared the rivers of rafts and brought considerable money Into this County D Y Combs Is in Letcher County taking land contracts Tho different orders of Hazard are going to give a grand picnic on the 4th of July Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton 0 June ZOTho Christian Endeavorers of Hamilton held a picnic In Reser Grove south of town last 8alurdayfir E B Flanery of Elmwood Place Cincinnati paid Mr and Mrs M Gabbard a short llIltI last Sunday afternoon Messrs In gram and Pyke former Bnrea College students are employed In Hamilton tills summer Mr Grant Farmers totally has measles also have one ion just recovering from typhoid fevor Mr Granvll Johnstons daughter line scarlet fever There are many cases the city n01The First Baptist church will hold Its annual picnic next Friday at the Butler County Fate Grounds The Odd fellows of the Blxtythlrd district are trying to getI tho next State Convention for Hamil tonIt is reported that C E Walling now serving his third term as trea i surer of Hamilton and the only Rep ubllcan ever elected to any otflco consecutively In this city li dying Mr Walling is a brother of the lato WILl ling who was hanged with Jackson for the murder of Pearl Bryan In New tort Ky several years ago Meredith Gabbard and family had the pleasure of attending Berea College Commencement this year and listening to some of the orations given by the gradual and old Alumni members also to note the great advancement Barca College Is making In building beautifying the town and In turning out so many gra uates Mr John Flanery came home with them and is painting for th- C C Paper Co this summerThe Miami Valley Chautauqua opens July I MinnlKtnred by J 15 and holds until August ti promises an exceptional list or epfak- era this year Mr W J Bryan Goo R Stewart tho Rev Spurgeon of England Bishop Walden Byron W RIBton of Ohio Dr 0 F Wright Dr Thos Green and Dr H T Sell aro some of the most noted speakers The Tyroleon Yodlers and Alpine singers Chicago Glee Club Rogers Concert Band Clrdllos Italian Band and the Hayden Concert Quintette are Interest- Ing features We regret to zoo Mr Frost the old editor leave The Citizen but heartily congratulate Mr Faulkner as ho succeeds Mr Frost Wo Berea College students In Hamilton him success with his new duties wishlbelieve In The Citizen and it brings to Its readers wo believe In it because It believes In Bcrca Col loge which is doing more toward gU lug the boys and girls of the moun tains a Christian education than any other school in the South Inordpr- to bo convinced of this fact Ipo to youI mencement next year and sit in the great old Tabernacle and not walk among the crowds all day as some do but visit the different college buildings and see somo ot the products of the students manual train Ing or the girls work in Domestic Science f 4 1sS PENIX GRADUATES J S Penlx of Salyersvllle Kya former student of Borea Colleger has just graduated from the University of Chattanooga at their annual com mencement and now holds the degree of Bachelor of Laws All Boron will recall that Mr Penlx was a student here two years ago and was very prominently connected with much of the literary work of the college lln Ic a teacher and is well loved in the profession and thehun day school circles lie is a strong friend of Berea and tolls many peo plo that It is the best place they can find to get an education and that he would not think of going elsewhere to get the things that Berea furnishes Thru The Citizen he wishes to express his hearty apprecia tion of Ucrea College and all who fare In sly way connected wltli the same To the students taaahcrs and tho Church and Sunday school hIS sends his kindest regards and hearty IdtntInChattanooga for teachers Fe 0 CLARK GOES TO EUROPEi Mr F 0 Clark has decided to spend the summer in Europe He Is cm his way now to New York and expects to call as soon as ho can saouro passage Mr Clark did not decide togo till after commencement and on applying for a berth to several steamship comb panics he found that everything was booked on tho outgoing strainers for several weeks He hopes to find pas sage after he gets to Now York Italian ProverbpWillows are serve toblad other wood i WE BU- YWOOL I FlIDESANOFURlltia tnuabdWta fa po till iftb nactetti i Riltrtict SIT kook U Utttfilk We trial WooiBats Fen la M siirtai WrtkFxa lot 1 LBABEL A SONS suiawbi Utfirflk Kf SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bonrftoif Poultry Cure U recognized as the standard poultry of tba world Ills tbe oaeremcdytbatcaabadepanded on with absolute certainty to cure and prevcat Gapes Cholera Roup Diarrhoea and III extt nil forms of poultry dl eases AfewdropsInthedrinkingwaterkeepafowlshealthyand tree from 111 A Wo bottle 12 gallons ofinedicineer the treatment of meckhcad and other discuses in turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure I 1 HAS NO EQUAL I IIInBourbon Remedy Co I1cabiitoaAtAI Lttdlna DruQoltU BOo per Bottle Trial Vial Froe For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati ThlH College was organized In 1846 and the 06th Annual Seealon begins October 4 1010 Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This Is the first dental collego established In the West It IB coeducational and line a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and MB clinics are unrnirpapsed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In clinical Instruction ore also given For further information announcement address HA SMITH D D S Dean lid Garfleld Place Cincinnati Ohio