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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 BERJDA PUBLISHING CO INCOItlOHATKn J P FAULKNER Manager Enttred at Me Pat rfte at Dtrta Xv at second tlau mattmalttr XII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 30 1010 One No1 1 J I NEWS OF THE WEEK Airship Travel Congressmen Con Startled by Graft Changes Diaz dent Again AIRSHIP SERVICE STARTED Count Zeppelin has Just carried a persons 300 miles on schedule time in his giant airship the Deutschland The Ulp wau node in iilne hours and In one hour they traveled forty three and ono half miles Moro chips will bo built and regular service us tabllshed fare 12600 Tho Doutsch land is 4S6 feet long can lift 22 tons and maintain 35 oboe an hour CONGRESS ADJOURNED Con gress has met considered 36000 bills spent a billion and passed Into his tory Taft Cannon aid the Republi can party generally are congratulat ing themselves and each other on the amount of work done Taft has won More Important bills have boon pissed than in any previous congress Tlmu alone can toll tho value of the service Many deficiencies exlat In the bills passed Tho President re alizes that there arc and ex i pressed his views strongly In signing I the rivers and harbors bill IS HOST People arc what can be the mean J4 ing of ahVvfidfrd jlfford Wn hot deposed forester Bnll 8fnlHeld yc8Ccrct ry oFt Col Roosevelt NoUlng la known about what was talked about but many think It was L continuation of the Interview Plnchbt had with ROOJO volt In Italy TATlIi WILL NOT POUTICS Roosevelt has t all newspaper men who huve llkfdJUm about pol lUes that he W11 lot talks politics and that ho dace not knowlvhedw he will Ho Is OA h influence In other ways ut Ptlttnl Just now ho is looking fort rgto a t lntlrlew- with Gov H I s wfll him soon nil couyenienttond discuss future of the party j New York state Many think that Roosevelt wilLjWfHushes tpjun for third as governor and re nounce his Intentions to servo on th6 supreme bench CHARLTON JNFKSSES MGR DER Porter Cha lton k f killing his wife fhlle on his hone Ix moon and throwing Into Lak3 Como has ndmltMI blsfinllt iiliome ls lu 6 Y rk lbttrm e u1 a good ulUn rrfttWHnViierv niRnt and mprridlagainst His Bar ents wishes a Woman sixteen years his senior who had been divorced from her husband Insanity will bo the pleat a GRAFT Stan Senator Gore from Oltlahomadxpos ed an enormousrift project just the day ngress adjourned Tho blind senators estlflcd that ho had been approached with an offer of 50000 It he would help put thru an amendment limiting vnlldsomo con tracts mado wlthfths Choctaw and Clckasaw Indians 0th6r bflCes hid been attempted Joan F MTin fit i j 1 j 1 i t T ulp c e az XI t THE CITIZENto the of the IIVol gratulateThemsalvasSenate 1LIOOSEVELT IIas rTL Devoted Interests Mountain People WeAreConstant In our endeavors to serve you with quality and values lin 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 thia every time you wear one of the high grade gannents which we sell and feature Friend Made Clothes Make Friends R R COYLE The Clothier Berea Kentucky BEREA WILL CELEBRATEI For the ftot time In her history celebrateof Independence Tho business men of the town arc planning to give their friends In town and country u i general good time Old fashioned s sports baseball fireworks etc will j occupy tho whole day Most of tin me han will close their places of VfisThoggand enjoy the day to the full jrhWJhave gone down In their tpKtQ provide substantial prizes Icjr all events nnd fire works die play iucjii ns Is seldom seen In thin 1a country TlitJtnwlt everybody lutuuiv and t InVBeVea A groat rowel Is expected Tlie day events place onIke AthleUc flod anti the College Caiiilt1S tyflr works display at night onjLincoln Field between Richmond ajpil Estill itreetsr of There will bo anopen air pluv form meeting at eleven oclock la hoIInnowin Mr Raine kno that sjn will b couing bjjendingkof I li lqInis offte ilentnalrof shoes to tjie young lad twho WIthebest ten mlnuto essay on the above subject This contest Is 6T en to nay young lady Tho essay inustbo In the of tho Prize Essay committee I by eight oclock Monday morning They can be mailed tothp above com I mittee or left In the Porter Drug Co store Contestants should wrlte soma distinguishing name on tll essay and send their real name in a sealed envelope along with tho essay This will Insure obsolutej impartiality in awarding the sTalk about League baseball Wen going to sV artTcJe I li w aar M fI 4 tJ 1 jl JIii HOW SHALL WE CELEBRATE Monday we shall celebrate our national birthday How f What would be a fitting celebration f In England Germany France and generally in European countries the national holidays ore kept joyfully but at the same time in a sane and orderly manner But bur method of celebra tion is winning for ours the name Bloody Fourth It is fast be coming a national disgrace Witness the figures 1500 killed and 33000 wounded in the last seven years as a result of our foolish and savage way of observing the day Thus we commemorate the birth of liberty Thus we manifest our patriotism Thus we pledge ourselves to good citizenship A commemoration it is true but patriotism anda pledge to citizen ship Little of that The Fourth is not a day for rioting and drunkenness It is not a day for license and carousals It is not a day for murders accidental or intentional It is not a day for sorrow but for re joicingsane and purposeful rejoicing A day for thought on the sacrifices of our fathers thought of our heritage thought on our obligations And it is more still It is a day for consecrationconsecra- tion to the work left us by our father It was theirs to die for a principle the principle of representative government It is ours to live for the same principle They bought us liberty from a for eigu foe at the price of blood1e arc asked to perpetuate it not by bullets but by our votes Votes against the Boss votes against the grafter votes against the professional politician votes against their masters the great corporations the Interests A vote is our birthright It is blood bought Away with the mess of pottage A man does not have to live and so he does not have to sell And who is the greater hero the greater patriot the man who shoots to establish or the man who votes to maintain f And who is the greater traitoran Arnold who betrays the cause for gold and a commission in the enemys army in the midst of the conflict or the voter tbelegislator the congressman who forgets principle and home and country and votes for boodle f pledgefollowingon the lust page VOTERS PLEDGE iAsa member of Americas governing class Iwill strive to be pretentat the Primaries as well as on Election Unpurchased uncowed Iwill nark for the nomination and elcction of clean strung mon la office Iwill place the Republics welfare aloie party con iteration giving to her dulyelected officials my loyalty whether they belong to my party or not Ifor one willpay my taxes unperjured I will reverence the majesty ofthe laws enforcement even against myself I will aid the cause of justice by ungrudging service in court I will discharge my every duly fa my country at unto the Lord my God 1 Signed I The vote seller whether be be in the primary or the general election whether he be in Legislature qr bis action with thepleaA man must live And this is our answer to him A MAN MUST LIVE A man must live We justify Low highA To a whole senate bought and told lly that selfevident reply t whyLifeIn rAThere are times when a man must die Imagine for a battlecry From soldiers with a sword to hold From soldiers with the flag unrolled This cowards whine this liars lie A man must live I Monday The business men will play the College faculty Youll want to see Prof Dlnsmoro muff on short while Dr Davis slides to third And did you ever see W H Porter be hind the bat Well you dont want to miss it This game will be play followedIlmnteilldtelyYby Beretand s On page of this paper t will be found tho program of the day and a list of the events and prizes that will take place In the morningSpecial attention should be called to the basket dinner This is going to be a picnic day Everybody Is planning to eat dinner on the cam pus Come early bring your dinner stay all day and have one more good old time a i A rt = = Knowledge is poweraad modern newspaper Fourth of July IIstile anniversary the Declaration Independence fi On that daywe will celebrate in memory of the brave hearted resolute men who declared for political independence Many ofu today need to be equally resolute in declaring 4 for financial independence We need to resolutely I t determine to save money at all costs to deny ourselves needless comforts and luxuries and to systematically lay 3 aside a portion of Our earnings against old age and adver shy and that maybe ready to take advantage of moneymaking i Start investments an account in this bank and us help you I j We will add four per cent interest compoundedsemian nUalJy to your savings r i J Berea Bank Trust Co I W PORTER President J F DEAN Cashier 6 Iu WASHINGTON LETTER Great Excitement at End of Session Charges of Attempted Bribery by Senator Gore Committees to In vestigate Much Good Legislation Accomplished Republicans Think They Have a Record That Will Win In Fall ElectionOur Correspon dent Scents a Good TimeThis His Last Letter Washington Df 1910 It Is all over now Congress closed Its session the summer at nearly midnight tonight concernIedthe close of the fcesslon ends this series of letters and while lin oc casional one may percolate along thru the summer your correspondent just expecting to have an easy time a while Of course the most Important thing cbout Congress Is the record of what It has des Immediate In teest in this matter has been rcd to take a back seat because of i tlio excitement which marked the last two days of the session The excitement I unexpected too and did not In any way touch Joe Cannon TJnt individual let entirely alone and the last work of the ses sion listening to a speech in which he explained how perfectly de lighted he with the work The ril trouble and it came near being the biggest of the session caused Senator Gore the I blind statesman of Oklahoma Gore was fighting a bill to legalizeI certain contracts between Indians and white lawyers and when It seemed tlat 1111 vould go thru he mad charge that ho had been offered 50000 to withdraw his opposition Of course thir attempt to bribe a mem i ber of the U S Senate caused great excitement and discussion and in the course of the debate Gore gave details which were still more start ling In the first place he said that a similar offer had been made to member of the House of tatlves and In the second he alleged that two exsenators and a Repre sentative were interested In the con tracts and that the representative had actually prepared the provision which was going to legalize the steal The I amopnt Involved is estimated at from three to twenty million dollars and others beside the men mentioned are said to be involved Naturally such a charge stirred up things a great deal not only In Con gress but all over the United States and the bill killed Investigat ing committees were appointed both houses and they will take testimony during the summer and report when Congress meets again One hears great deal of comment on the largo amounts of money ap propriated this Congress but when facts are considered It does not seem so remarkable It Is a fact that large sums are used but this Is a large country thenI good deal is stolen as there Is stant evidence of such steals In one direction or another but no one I Congress can stop all the leaks Whim the totals are taken it is found that J this Congress has appropriated not more than ten million dollars more than the last one The total amount Ia Inntd on fifth page a 1 u 4 11 Y j e l 1 way to keep up with knowledge is to read a good i t Dollar a year Presi flaws a accused a Day between of of we let r H for lis now for bu the for was was was was too was by Un u Mr a was by a by the Cent tl j IN OUR OWN STATE IfCantrill Still In Wants Wendling Still SaddleLexingtontTeddy CANTRILL to Visit i tic primary In the 7th Congressional District was held last Saturday The opposing candidates were Campbell Cantrill the present congressman and State Senator Claude M Thomas The contest on the stump was a very bitter one but at the polls Cantrill was an easy winner His majority rilote an candi L date or that the disaffected may fturn to the Republicans If the right i man is selected Mr M C Rankin I State Agriculturist Is possible candidate by the Republicansi 1 COMMISSION GOVERNMENT FOR fJ camllalgnIfore the citizens of Lexington A a majority of the members of the or ganization committee were present committeeIelect an executive committee to frame and circulate petitions and do all that Is necessary to put the move ment before the public WENDLING RUMORS OVER WORKED Rumors are current In Louisville that Joseph Wendling alleged slayer of Alma Kellner has been secretly brought Into the city and put in a cell for safe gbeplng Chief of Police Lindsey declares that all these rumors are absolutely falso A man Is being held In Texas wait Ing the arrival of some officers to v lidentify him supposed to be the KThedays In Louisville Is appalling Tho J- Ust includes the death of a woman r supposed to have been struck on the head by her drunken husband who says that shd killed herself by fall oldI u i who died from dissipation and mistreatment an assault upon a night watchman In a factory by two un known men who gagged and tied him and took his watch and money ah attack on a white man by several negroesTAFT AND ROOSEVELT TO- COMEPresident Taft and Colonel Roosevelt have accepted invitations from Gov Willson to attend the Governors conference visit both Frankfort and LoutsvlitofThis will probably be his only trip south for some time FOUR DROWNFour persons were drowned In the vicinity of Louisville Sunday One young man in swim11I1e18 ti rope disappeared and was not missed by his companions for some time Aniunknown man lost his life In river Two were drowned In a small pond one in trying to rescue the other 7Contlnued on fifth rage w I ry jJeT f J S it u Ii JCPAW0PDrILLUJTIATtJlJ Y sa WElL II ItvJPYRfiHT 907 BY fIAfttOft CRAWFORD Mr Van Torp Was Puzzled SYNOPSIS Barak a Tartar girl became enamored of a goldon bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the Vicinity of her home in central Asia and revealed to him the location ot a mine of rubiea hoping that the stronger would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cavo by the relatives who blocked up the en supplyithe traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Bead car rtd dug his way out of the tunnel and deuirtcd deserting the girl and carrying a beg of rubles Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pur pult Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prima donna became 1engaged In London to Konstantln Lo a wealthy Groek financier Her I Intimate friend was Countess Leven known as lAdy Maud whose husband I had been killed by a bomb In St Peters i burg and Lady Maude most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an Ameri can who had been a cowboy In early life but had become one of the richest j men In the world Van Torp was In lave with Margaret and rushed to London as offeredLadyhifaud 3000000tforhher pot He charity If she would aid him In winning tho singer from Logothetl Baraka ap proached LoKothrtl at Versailles with rubles to selL Ho presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and sent It to Venice He was visited by Baraka In male attire- CHAPTER IVContinued- But Barak now understood what he was going to do and ran before him and stood before the door In an attl tudo which expressed entreaty so I sled clearly that Mr Van Torp was puz Well he said standing still and i looking Into tho beautiful Imploring t eyca what on earth do you want now Mint Barrack Try and explain yourselfA singular conversation by signs now began a Barak pointed to the waistcoat pock et Into which ho had put tho stone The matter concerned that of course thoughjhim understand that she was asking bow be had got It and when this won I clear he answered by pretending to count out coins with his right band on the palm of his left to explain that a he had bought it There was no mis taking this and Barak nodded quickly I questionf I which sho represented the seller and rubytd Iman who sold it was tall j severalibad bought the ruby from a very tall man Putting both hands to her chin and then drawing them down as if i stroking a long beard she Inquired if tho man had one and again tho an swer was affirmative She nodded ex citedly and pointed flat to Van Torps sandy hair and then to her own short t black locks The American pointed to his own and then touched his watch i chain and smiled The mans hair was fair and even golden By a saw liar process she ascertained that Mi a eyes were blue aad not black and her ftxcitoment grew Last of all sag Ule4 t Y7 to ask where the man was but it was some time before she could make Mr Van Torp understand what she meant As If to help her out of her difficulty the sun shone through the clouds at that moment and streamed into the room sho pointed to it at once turned her back to It and then held out her right band to Indicate tho cast and her loft to the west Oh yes said Van Torp who had seen Indians do tho same thing it was west of hero that I bought it of him a good way west Ho pointed in that direction and thrust out his arm as if he would make It reach much further if he could At this Barak looked deeply disappointed Several times to show that she meant London or at least England she pointed to the floor at her feet and looked Inquiringly at Van Torp but he shook his head and pointed to the west again and made a gesture that meant crossing something Ho spoke to her as If sho could understand Ivo got your meaning ho said Youre after the big man with the yellow beard who is selling rubles from the same place and has very likely gone off with yours Ho looked like a bad egg in spite of his hand somo face Ho turned his eyes thoughtfully to the window Barak plucked gently at his sleeve and pretended to write in the palm of her loft hand and then went through all the descriptive gestures again and then once more pretended to write and coaxlngly pushed him towards a little table on which she saw writing materials Youd like to have his address would you Miss Barrak I wonder why you dont call in your interpreter and tell mo so It would be much simpler than all this dumb crambo Once more he made a step towards the door but she caught at his sleeve and entreated him in her own lan guage not to call any one and her voice was so deliciously soft and beseeching that he yielded and sat down at the small table and wrote out an address from memory Ho handed her tho halfsheet of paper when ho bad dried the writing and had looked ofer it carefullyPoor thing he said in a tone of pity If you ever find him hell eat you Barak again showed signs of great emotion when sho put the address into an inside pocket of her mans coat but it was not of tho same kind as before She took Van Torps big hand In both her own and bending down she laid it on her head meaning that ho might dispose of her life ever afterwards Rut he did not under standYou want my blessing do you Miss Barrack Some people dont think Brassy Van Toips blessing worth much young lady but youre welcome to it such as it Is lie patted her thick hair and smiled an sho looked up and her eyes were dewy with teara p w I 8aldiDoutSho smiled too because his tine was kind and standing up she took out her little loatherii beg again quickly emptied the twists of paper Into her hand selected one by touch and slipped tho rest back Sho unwrapped a largo stone and held It up to the light turning It a little as she did so Van Torp watched her with curiosity and with an amused suspicion that sho had perhaps played the whole scene in order to mollify him and in duce him to buy something So many peoplo had played much more elabo rato tricks in tho hope of getting money from him and tho stones might bo Imitations after all in spite ot Lo gothutls penciled line of recommenda tion But Baraks next action took Van Torp by surprise To his amazement she pressed tho ruby lightly to her heart then to her lips and last of all to her forehead and before he knew what she was doing she had placed it In his right hand and closed his fin gers upon it It was a thankoffering Nonsense objected the million tare smiling but holding out tho stone to her Its very sweet of you but you dont moan It and I dont take presents like that Why Its worth a thousand pounds in Bond street any dayBut she put her hands behind her back and shook her head to show that she would not take it back Then with her empty hand she again touched her heart her lips and forhead and turned towards the door Here stop said Mr Van Torp going after her I cant take this thing See here I say Put It back into your pocket She turned and met him and made a gesture of protest and entreaty as if earnestly begging him to keep the gem Ho looked at her keenly and he was a Judge of humanity and saw that she was hurt by his refusal As a last resource ho took out his pocketbook and showed her a quantity of folded bank notes Well he said since you insist Miss Barrack Ill buy the stone of you but Ill bo everlastingly jiggered if Ill take it for nothing Baraks eyes suddenly flashed in a most surprising way her lower lip pouted and her cheek faintly changed color as a drop of scarlet pomegranate juice will tinge a bowl of cream She made one step forwards plucked the stone from his fingers rather than took it and with a quick but girlish ly awkward movement throw it towards tho window as hard as sho could stamping angrily with her little foot at the same moment Mr Van Torp was extremely disconcerted as he sometimes was by the sudden ac lions of tho sex he did not understand Fortunately the stone bit the wall instead of going out of the win dow Im really sorry Miss Barrack he said in a tone of humble apology and ho went quickly and picked up the gem I hadnt quite understood you seeShe watched him and drew back in stinctively towards tho door as If ex porting that he would again try to give it back to her But he shook his head now bowed with all the grace he could affect which was little and by way of making her feel that he accepted the gift ho pressed it to his heart as she had done and to his lips but not to his forehead because he was afraid that might cause some new mistake as he did cot know what the gesture meant Baraks face changed instantly she smiled nodded and waved her hand to him to say that It was all right and that she was quite satisfied Then she made a sort of salute that ho thought very graceful Indeed as If she were taking something from near the floor and laying it on her forehead and sho laughed softly and was out of the room and had shut the door beforo ho could call her back again Ho stood still in tho middle of the room looking at the gem in his hand with an expression of grave doubt Well ho said to himself and his lips formed tho words though no sound articulated them thats a queer sort of a mornings work anyway Ho reflected that tho very last thing be had ever expected was a present of a flno ruby from a pretty heathen girl in mans clothes recommended to him by Logothetl Though ho almost laughed at tho thought when it oc curred to him he did not like the Idea of keeping the stone yet he did not know what to do with it for it was more than probable that he was never to see Barak again and if ho over did it was at least likely that she wouhl refuse to take back her gift and as energetically as on the first occasion At that moment it occurred to him that bo might sell it to a dealer and give the proceeds to Lady Maud for her good work and taking his hat and gloves he went out Immediately with out even telling Stomp that he was going He walked up at a leisurely pace from his hotel by the river to Plccadll ly and Bond street and entered a jew elers shop of modest appearance but ancient reputation which had been in the same place for nearly a century and had previously been on the other side of the street Outside two welldressed men were looking at the things in tho window wlthlu a broad shuuldered smart looking man with black hair and dressed In perfectly new blue torge was sitting by the counter with his I back to the door talking with the old jeweler himself Ho turned on the chair when ho heard tho newcomers step and Mr Van Tory found himself fooo to face with Konstantln Logo thetl whom he had supposed to be In ParisWell he said without betraying the surprise he felt this Is what I call a very pleasant accident Mr Logo thetI Tho Greek rose and shook hands and tho American did not fall to ob serve on the counter a small piece of tissue paper on which lay an uncut stone much larger than the one he had In his pocket- If you are In any hurry said Lo gothetl politely I dont mind waiting in tho least Mr Pinney and I are In tho midst of a discussion that may never end and I believe neither ot us has anything In the world to do Mr Pinney smiled benignly and put in a word in the mercantile plural which differs from that ot royalty in being used every day Tho truth Is we are not very busy just at this time of tho year ho saidThats very kind ot you Mr Logo thoU said Van Torp answering the latter but Im not really in a hurry thank you The stress he laid on tho word real ly might have led one to the conclu sion that he was pretending to be but was not Ho sat down deliberately at a little distance took oft his hat and looked at the gem on tho counter I dont know anything about such things of course ho said In a tone of reflection but I should think that was quite a nice ruby Again Mr Plnney smiled benignly for Mr Van Tarp had dealt with him for years Its a very fine stone Indeed sir he said and then turned to Logo thetl again I think we can under take to cut it for you In London ha said I will weigh It and give you a careful estimate As a matter of fact before Van Torp entered Logothotl had got so far as the question of setting the gem for a ladys ring but Mr Ilnney like all the great jewelers was as discreet and tactful as a professional diplomatist How could he be sure that one customer might like another to know about a ring ordered for a lady If Logothotl preferred secrecy he would only have to assent and go away as If leaving the ruby to be cut and he could look In again when it was convenient and this was what he at once decided to do I think youro right Mr Pinney ho said I shall leave it In your hands Thats really all he added turning to Mr Van Trop Really My business wont take long either and well go together if you like and have a little chat I only came to get another of those extra large collarstuds you mako for me Mr Pinney have you got another We always keep them In stock for your convenience sir answered the famous jeweler opening a special lit tie drawer behind tho counter and producing a very small morocco case Mr Van Torp did not even open it and had already laid down the money for he know precisely what it cost Thanks ho said Youre always so obliging about little things Mr PinneyThank you sir We do our best Goodmorning sir goodmorning The two millionaires went out together Two well drosscd men stood aside to let them pass and then en tered tho shop Which way asked Logothetl Your way answered the Amer ican Ive nothing to do Nor have I laughed the Greek Nothing In the world I What can anybody find to do In London at this time of year Im sure I dont know echoed Van Torp pleasantly I supposed you wero on the continent somewhere And I thought you were in Amer ica and so of course we meet at old Pinneys In London Really Did you think I was in America Your friend the heathen girl in boys clothes brought me your card this morning I supposed you knew I was here No but I thought you might be within six months and I gave her sev oral cards for people I know So she found you out Shes a born ferret she would find anything Did you buy anything oG her No Im not buying rubles today Much obliged for sending her all the same You take an interest in her I suppose Mr Logothetl Is that son Logothetl laughed a little No Indeed I Thor days were long ago Im engaged to bo married By tho bye yes 1d heard that and I meant to congratulate you I do now anyway When Is it to be Set lied that yet Some time In October I think So you guessed that Barak Is a girl Yes thats right I guessed she was Do you know anything about herLogothetl told his companion the tory of the ruby mine substantially as It was narrated at tho beginning of this tale not dreaming that Van Torp had perhaps met and talked with the man who had played EO largo a part In it and to find whom Baraka had traversed many dangers and overcome many difficulties- It sounds like the Arabian Nights said Mr Van Torp as if he found it hard to believe IWherea She Hiding from You I Exactly assented Logothotl And oddly enough the first of those stories Is about Samarkand which is not so far from Barakas native village It seems to have taken the girl about a year to find her way to Constantinople and when she got there sho naturally supposed that It was the capital of the world and that her man being very great and very rich thanks to her must of course live there So she searched Stamboul and Pera for him during seven or eight months She lived In the house of a good old IerI scan merchant under tho protection of his wife and learned that there was a world called Europe where her man might be living and cities called Paris and London where people pay fabu lous prices for precious stones Per sian merchants are generally welledu cated men you know At last she made up her mind to dross like n man I she picked up an honest Turkish man servant who had boon all over Europe with a diplomatist and could speak some French and English as well UB Tartar she got a letter of recommen dation to me from a Greek banker through the Persian who did business with him joined some Greeks who were coming to Marseilles by sea and hero she is Now you know as much as I do She is perfectly fearless and as much more sure of herself than any man ever was as aomo young women can be in this queer world Of course shell never find the brute who thought he was leaving her to be mur dered by her relations but If sbo ever did she would either marry him or cut his throatNice amiable kind of girl remarked Mr Van Torp who remem bered her behaviour whoa he had re fused her proffered gift Thats very interesting Mi Logothctl How long do you count on being In London this time Three or four days maybe 1 dare say No longer I fancy Why dont you como and take dinner with mo somo night asked the American Day after tomorrow perhaps Id bo pleased to havo you Thank you very much Logothetl answered Since you ask me I see no reason why I should not dine with you it you want aio L They agreed uponthe place and hour and each suddenly romcmborcd an engagement By tho way said Mr Van Tqrp without apparqnt Interest I hope Mme Cordova is quite well Wheres she hiding from yeu Just now tho hidingplace Is Bay reutb Shes gone there with Mrs Rushmore to hear Parsifal I be love Im not musical enough for that so Im roving till Its over Thats my personal history at this moment And Miss Donno is quHe well I believe thank you- I notlco you call her Mlsu Donne when you speak of hero said Van Torp Excuse me If I made a mis take Just now Ivo always called her Mme Cordova it doesnt matter at all answered Logothotl carelessly bat I beJIovo she prefers to bo called by her own name amongst friends Good by till day after tomorrow then HAt half after eight All right halfpast I shall re memberBut two oclock on the next day but one Logothetl received a note brought by hand in which Mr Van Torp said that to his great regret he had been called away suddenly and hoped that Logothotl would forgive him as the matter was of such urgent Importance that ho would have al ready loft London when Uio note was receivedThis was more than true If possible for the writer had loft town two days earlier vary soon after ho had parted from Logothtti In Pall Mall although tho note hall not been delivered till 48 hours later CHAPTER V Mr Van Torp knew no more about Bayrouth than about Samarkand beyond tho fact that at certain stAted times performances of Wagners operas wero given there with as much solemnity as great religious festivals and that musical people spoke of the Bayrouth season In n curiously rover ent manner Ho would have boon much surprised If any one had told him that hooften whistled fragments of Parsifal to himself and liked the sound of them for he bad a natural ear and a good memory and had whistled remarkably well when he was a boy The truth about this seemingly Im possible circumstance was really very simple In what ho called his cow punching days he had been for six months In company with two young men who used gether by tho towlttitlgsoftly Ore and none of the other boys ever heard the strange tunes CamlIseemed to like best but Van had caught and remembered fragments almost uncontcously ho whistled them to himself they gave him a sensation becll1uleIreal music ever did natures like his are often with unnoticed gifts and tastes QuiteIunlike those of most people one 1 knew nnvihlns about the young men who whlstledkWagnor t e Lost Legion hides many seerqstand the two were not popularwJUivtfie res though they know their business and did their work fairly woll One of them was afterwards said to have been killed In a shooting affray and tho other had disappeared about the same time no one knew how or thoughfheyears later They were neither Amer leans nor Englishmen though the both spoke English well and never were heard to use any other language TO BE CONTINUED Just Suited Him The LandladyAt our table Mrl Bjlnkt It Is the custom to return thanks at each meal Tho New lotfbetter I r m UR DECLARATION 0 INDEPENDENCE HE iMMOUTAL Instrument which was signed by John Hancock on July 4 177C has meant moro than tho growth and development of an Independent nation on this Bide of tho Atlantic It was In itself tho reenact ment of tho greatest bill of human rights over penned which received tho signet of an unwilling king at Run nymcdo and the birth ot constitutional liberty In these days ot poaco and plenty tho Fourth ot July is given to sa lutos of cannon and tho ringing ot bells and to tho tad da jolo with variations as John Adams predicted that It would ho yet tho observance of tho Fourth as an occasion for recalling memories past and giving thanks for tho deeds of the patriot forefathers is sporadic rather than general In tho United States Tho Declaration ot Independence is not read from tho rostrum as It once was In every commu nity and tho orators to the links have gone So much has boon taken hero as a matter ot courso that It seems hard to realize that this anniversary is celebrated In tho very Eng laud from which liberty was wrested and thct observances of It are officially ordered In many lands bqyond tho sons The Fourth ot July has become International In scope for It has changed tho governments of nations whoso capitals are far from Independence hall So widespread havo Its effects become as studied In the light of tho present day that in order to get tho truo valuo of all that tho declaration signifies to tho world In 1910 It Is necessary to go beak to the very beginning of American liberty hind not tho Ideas of government hold by the colonists been essentially British there would probably never have been any Declara lion of Independence It Is ns natural for the Jlrlton tu demand his rights as It Is for him to live Tho War of the Revolution was largely duo to Uio fact that tho two thousand miles ot water botween Iondon MIl tho colonies caused parliament to lose sight of the ties of consan guinity and of race Although the original thirteen colonies Worm iw oMontlally Kngllsh In thought and foaling they had never actually been ostab llshod Jjy England as a national enterprise The only ono which had ever received any official aid whatever was Georgia and that was not cuffialnnt to carry any such feeling of dependence as is essential for the preserva tion of Intimate colonial relations Tho right to colonize tho North American continent bad been granted by charters from a British king According to tho feudal system which was then rapidly becoming effaced tho king paned nil the land and distributed It among various i favored vassals Tho sovereign In tho same way regarded tho now world as it It had been won by tho prevailedjIn England that gold and sliver and precious stenos could bo had for tho taking and that tho natives wero tho possessors of fabulous wealth Tho king gave the charters In most cases with tho Idea that ho would profit groat ly from mines which would yield enormous returns to tho royal exchequer When tho colonists camo hero they found I It necessary to mako good their Mtloa either by peaceful bargains with tho Indians or by force of arms From tho very first tho spirit jt of Independence was fostered for fiefs which o had to bo maintained by constant vigilance and negotiations and by show ot force did not carry with them a deep sense of Obligation Indeed oven at that early day although fort tho throne tho colonists entertained feelings I of loyalty and devotion a shrewd Moa was Abroad that tho king did not really own tho tend which ho had bestowed by his charter Tho conquest of naturo and ot the savages begot a rugged Independence which as tho years wont by became more and more distasteful to the authorities In England Yet tho Idea of separation from tho crown was of slow growth The forefathers main tained that they wore British subjects al though not living within tho realm as Indeed was specified In somo of tho royal charters Tho Massachusetts charter for Instance sets forth that tho colonists shall bo considered as lf thoy mid ovory ono of them woro porn within tho realm of England As British sub jects then thoy maintained that thoy should be entitled to representation and therefore each colony had Its asoombly which deter mined upon all matters ot tho common woal and established ratty ot taxation It was one- of tho principles expressed In tho Magna Char Ik that tho common council of tho kingdom I roa to assess an DIll or to assess a scntago W r r VP C X2C6- PiIIL IAeLWF1 and again In 1CS8 It was do Glared by tho British peoplo thou well on tholrway to r o n s tltu tlonal lib Tty that no money was to be levied for tho crown without grant of parllamont Tho Declaration of Rights was a forerun ner of tho Declaration of Independence There Is nothing moro essentially British than the dictum that there shall bo no taxation without representation Of the early American states men only Franklin and Otis wished to havo representation In tho British parliament Tho others considered that their own assemblies should be tho legislative bodies entirely and that if any taxes were to be Imposed they should bo collected only with the consent ot tho colonial assemblies Tho question of taxation however did not enter Into any controversies for It was not until the middle of the eighteenth century that Groat Britain exhausted by many wars and seeking to replenish tho national treasury sought extraordinary means for raising reve flue and her ministers proposed that the col onies which had been growing In wealth and Importance should bo made to contribute to tho Impoverished exchequer The French and Indian war had shown tho power of the col onloa and their force and had given a very definite Idea of tholr growing wealth and Im portanceHaving reached the decision to tax the colonies tho ministry did not spend any time In preliminaries It was decided that parliament hal tho right to levy tho taxes and the fact that the colonies had no representation In that body was not taken Into account Such a mat tor would ordinarily have been considered a subject for delicate negotiation but tho deci sion to tax having once boon made no time was lost In levying It England had In effect been a constitutional monarchy since tho signing of the Magna Charts In 1215 and in taxing tho colonies not represented in tho common council of the kingdom sho bad violated ono of the oldest ot the rights which ever Briton claims Such was the situation In 17C4 when the struggle began which 12 years later brought fc th tip Declaration of Independence and the next year brought Into being tho first congress ot tho American colonies which decided that tho assembly had tho power to fix taxes The stamp act was tho first heavy Impost levied e7 r r D dfG1Oh KPfYC by the mothor country which provided for tho stamping of various legal Instruments and papers and contracts of all kinds as well as dice and playing cards Tho news of the passage of this act roused tho colonists to fury A gallows was erected In what Is now City Hall park Now York and the British governor was hanged In effigy and the house of Major Jones In command of tho British regiment was sacked Then came the rising of tho Sons of Liberty and the raising of tho liberty poles Boston and Philadelphia were vortices of the storm So emphatic was the protest that much of the act was repealed and duties wero established on tea which ac counted for tho sudden rain of tea In Boston harbor Then came tho burning words ot Pat rick Henry Give me liberty or give me death before tho Virginia In 1773 The year later brought tho promulgation of the Declaration of Rights and Privileges In which It was declared that every man had the right to life liberty and property and that most ancient right granted at Runnymede trial by his peers of tho vicinage Throughout all this time of storm and strain the protests wuro made as British sub jects and that congress which mot In Carpenters hall In 1774 was still loyal to the crown It petitioned tho king remonstrated with parliament and appealed to their brethren In England Then came Ixitington and Concord The congress of 1775 made provisions for an army with Washington as commander and still po tltloned Its petition was refused and mercenaries wero hired from petty German princes toquoting the words of Losslng butcher British subjects for asserting tho rights of British subjects Richard Henry Leo of Virginia offered the independence resolution in June 177C and a committee was appointed to draft the declara tion consisting of Thomas Jefferson John Ad ams Benjamin Franklin Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston Jefferson wrote the docu mont and alterations wero made principally at the suggestion of Franklin and Adams The paper was submitted to congress on Juno 28 It was laid on tho table until July 1 when nine colonies voted In favor of It Tho Independence resolution was actually adopted on July 2 and promulgated to tho world on July 4 when John Hancock of Massa chusetts affixed to it his bold signature The other members of tho congress did not sign It until August 2 and the impressive scene connected with tho signing was not wit nessed until nearly a month later although It Is popularly associated with the Fourth of JulyCenturies of tho progress ot the rights of man boar witness In tho Declaration That all men arc created equal and aro endowed by their Creator with certain unallenablo rights that among thcso are life liberty and tho pur suit of happiness was not new for It was recognized at Sinai That governments derive their just powers from tho consent of the gov erned had heen stated and restated in many u r 1tI ways since the beginning of the colonies Thomas Jefferson was criticized at tho time for lack of originality in the declaration The document gained all the greater force from us statement of selfevident truths Never was of a bill ofmasterly presentationtheta a more grievances than Is contained In the Declaration which submits the facts to a candid world Arraigning the British king for acts of tyranny It sets forth that ho refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good meaning that George HI had prevented the issue of colonial currency and had refused representation to his American sub jectsIt was desired on the part of the New York assembly to enter Into a treaty with tho Six Nations but tho governor prevented tho negotiation of tho treaty until ho could obtain the consent of tho king He did not proceed further because ho feared that such an act would lead to Independence Hecce the expression Ho has forbidden his governors to pass laws ot immediate and pressing importance Grievances ot the Massachusetts colony which was deprived of representation and suf fered Interference in popular elections because of its wish to trado with Nova Scotia suggest ed the paragraph He has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation ot large districts of people un less thoso people should relinquish the right of representation In the legislature a right ines timable to them and formidable to tyrants only To further humble tho Massachusetts colony and to punish the participants in tho tea party of 1773 the assembly was called in Salem and not In Boston Hence the words of the document He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual uncomfortable and distant from the depository of their public records Massachusetts colony and others had adopted resolutions in their assemblies that there should bo no taxation without the consent of the governed The Massachusetts assembly was asked to rescind its resolution In 1768 and on Its refusal to do so was dissolved Tho as semblies of Virginia and North Carolina met tho same fate This state ot affairs Is summed up In the Declaration In the words Ha has dis solved representative houses repeatedly for op posingwith much firmness his invasion on tho rights of the people Tho Declaration protests against the judges being dependent on the wlll of the king for their salaries and Indeed in some of the colonies many ot the judges had been impeached for declaring that they would receive their sal aries from the royal treasury Graphically the authors of the document tell how tho erection of a multitude of new offices had Impoverished tho country referring to the collectors appointed to carry out the provisions ot the stamp act The quartering ot troops In times of peace was a substantial grievance com plained of for tho king Insisted on retaining British regiments hero after the French and Indian war at the expense of the colonists ostensibly for defense but in reality to suppress a growing democracy The words lIe has affected to render the military Independent of and superior to tho civil power refer to the position taken by General Gage who with several regiments of British troops was In Boston By order of the king he had been made superior to tho civil government Here and there through tho colonies Amen cans had been killed In altercations with British soldiers who were subsequently put on trial and acquitted The Declaration accuses the king of quartering largo bodies of armed troops and of protecting them by mock trial from punishment for any murders which they may commitSuch wero the principles enunciated In tho Declaration and how well they were sustained by tho arbitrament of war the world knows Tho nation began celebrating tho glorious Fourth from tho very beginning Salutes of 13 cannon wero fired by the army in 1777 and tho new republic was pledged in wine West Point saw a significant celebration in 1779 when General Washington Issued a par don for all prisoners in the army under sen tenco of death The last celebration of tho army of the Revolution as such took place on both shores ot tho Hudson river and a grand salute was fired Moro of tho nature of a festival dominated the Fourth after 1783 for then camo parades tree dinners toasts the reading of the Declaration In public by citizens and moro and more the participation of the younger generation Dignity and solemnity marked those early cplo bratlons and eloquent speeches werejnade Tho Fourth Is a statutory holiday In every statq tend its fame has gone beyond tho seas r c 1 w w I QUARTERLY REVIEW Sunday Sciool Lena for July 10 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper GOLDEN TEXTThe words that r I peak unto you they aro spirit and they are tlfeJohn 683 Tho purpose of giving so many forms of review as the following is 0 that tho teacher select the form 1thinkst t PLACE REVIEW IMakewith these lessons and give each scholar a list In advance for him toTanswer tho questions What lessons should the disciples have learned from these events And tho Pharisees 1 And Herod And John tho Baptist And Peter And tho people of Capert tAndTo answer theso questions the scholar will be obliged to bring the lessons in which each characterjappears I A SEVEh GREAT CHAPTERS REVIEW IclaBs Iateacher helping him if necessary and these questions are to bo asked the class on Sunday Thus all will study all the chapters to answer the ques tions while each will make a special study of tho chapter on which he pre pares questions Of course it you have fewer than seven scholars you 3trItdivide some of the chapters j 3 A QUESTIONEXCHANGE VIEW REfEvery scholar is to write out at Ithome two questions of his own each lesson we are reviewing Hislquestions are to be on the points that f he considers the most difficult and Jeach question is to be written oh a J separate slip of paper In the class these questions will all bo jumbled together in a box and the scholars I will draw them in turn and answer them If desired a record may be J kept of the number that each scholar j answers correctly 4 A PICTURE REVIEW If you have been using In yourIteaching Wildes Bible Pictures you can mako a pleasant review by fasten ing a tape to the top of each and ting them all in a portfolio the putI e alone projecting You will have i moved or covered up all rton the pictures of what lesson each I refers to The scholars will i these pictures forth by the tapes I drawIat a time each scholar telling can about the lesson whose has drawn and the other scholars hisitoning carefully so as to add points he may omit If you have time repeat tho review in tho same way except that tho second time as restjscholar draws out his picture the Will question him about that lesson 5 THE 1881YEARSLATER REVIEW h Each scholar Jn preparation for thisrreview is to go over the lessons and i- to find for each lesson some modernkapplication some suggestion for our t j dally lives or for society or tho nation and the world in 1910 These lists are to be brought to the class and read tamy0 A BROADVIEWS REVIEW The teacher will propose to the class a week in advance a number of subjects each of which calls for a wide survey of all the lessons Every scholar is to select one of tho topics f iilightto the class tho next Sunday Here are some subjects that you may use I taboutI Christ What the events of these les sons taught tho disciples What Christ in these lessons taught about our duty to one another and to God I How Christ in these lessons showed the love of God to men How Christ In these events showed his courago The most helpful verse or saying in I each lesson 7 A WORKSANDWORDS RE VIEW Ask each scholar to make a chartIat home covering the entire 13 lessons that relate to Christ LetIthem classify each lesson Christs works or words are promIs inent In It or both and let them add the other facts given In the following chart Explain what you want very clearly Nuid compare the charts in the class lesson by lesson Fighting is hard work whatever 1 sort of fighting it is You cannot fight I without wounds of body heart or soulI1 Happiness In Unselfishness Some of tho best and happiest hours possible for a mans life are held In trust for him so to speak by his 1 fellow men lie cannot get them or enjoy them by himself and If ho does not love and serve his kind lie will Inevitably miss them mad be the weaker and poorer for the lossNew Guide I Tho truest love must ever seek the I highest good of its object sometimes oven with forgetfulness of important 1 smaller advantages A lQ J0u I 1 IJ4 r 1VHT rdYOtokokokosRottokokorokoKokokokokokoktiitokokokokokokok IIis S- vI o No corrtlponden published unless straed In full by the writer The tame 0 le not for publication bt at all erWence of food faith Write plainly g oleoltrOi10710JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER IJOTTOM Dottom June 28 Hansford IClover Hamilton Ohio Is In our Solon Azblll and wife 1 of place visited Mrs Asbllls father on Pond Creek last Saturday 1 and Sunday Miss Lillian Abrams uf d Clover Bottom visited Mars Mlnulo IBIcknell of Berea last week Crops are looking fine tho small In this sec II ii tlon The district board of Educa tion of district No 6 In this County I met lit Long Branch school house the 25th Inst and selected teachers I I for all but one sub district for the i tllresent year as follows Subdistrict o J G Durham No 2 Mrs Ida Abney No 3 Mrs Anne Hayes J No 4 Miss Stella Sparks No v ki Willie Dean No 7 Grover Drew rlNoS Miss Annie Powell No9 II I N Dean No 10 Mrs Emma Garrett No 11 Miss Dorcas Wild There was t a contest in subdistrict No 10 and Mrs Garrett won over Mrs I Laura Smith by 2 votesH N Dean and wife visited J L Williams last I e SundayS W BIcknell and wife spent a few days last week with lrlLeslieWilliams mother of Kerby Knob is I 1erylow at this writing She Is HI oldMrs Garrett andl Will of Bobtown visited Lawrence p Garrett last Sunday Miss Annie Powell and her brother of this place attended the Sunday school rally at Narrow Gap last Sunday MIsa Lizzie Powell is very sick at this writing but her friends hope that she will soon be well and able to be out again OAFtSand Gap June 27Regular church I services were held here Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev Messrs Powell and Rose ssembIledpler are very much behind with their work but the recent dry weather is helping them to catch up and bring ing crops out nicely The Hon D C Edwards spoke to a large and enthusiastic crowd at this day night in behalf of his llndldaI IHturnedhimself The Rev Messrs J G Durham and Joseph Brewer met Sun 1TKETTLE SAUCE PAN COFFEE POT I BERLIN SAUCE PAN MUFFIN PAN day and arranged to have Sunday school at this place for the rest of the summer Saturday was election day for school teachers und as far as tins been learned the elections went oft with rather considerable excitement Henry Cook has bought and moved to the A P Gabbard place here and will go into the goods business In the near future Mr Cook used to sell goods near here and is n well known and reliable merchant and is welcomed by his many friends We will soon have five stores at this place and have already three blacksmith shops and that speaks something for a little plqce like this Valentino Williams Is visiting his parents and other relatives at LickMr and 31rs1ThomasDurham and family Sunday afternoon i Elmer Clemrnons and K Huff left Saturday for Hamilton Ohio where I they expect to work for a while i Mlllard Clemmons suddenly disappear ed from home Friday I his whereabouts is yet unknownI Lizzie Powell is reported to be very sick with eiyslr5elas Pearl Durham and little brothers visited relatives at Gravel Lick Saturday and Sunday J G Durham and Master Johnnlo Richardson visited at J R Durham today Mrs Dora Tuttle of Panola Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Cook I GIUENJlAILI Greenball June 2iDr A J Ham lltotr was at Bert Plersons the past week doing some dental work for Mrs Plerson We are now having some real warm weather and growing crops are looking fineSunday schools at Royal Oak and Canons Chapel are doing good work under the management of Mr Clark Wit I son Ned McHone passed thru the I past week collecting dues and tak- Ing subscriptions for The Citizen Miss Lucy Pierson was visiting her little cousins Eva and Wlliner Pierson several days the past week Robert Evans and his brother Jack visited James Evans Sunday night Harrison Pierson says he is cultivating his corn crop in this part He contem plates going west next yearD C nIOwsley placeleeryI there were less than twenty to hear him and they all were for Powers except one or two In his speeches he took much time explaining to tho people the way Powers became rich and in trying to prove he was rich and giving proof from the letters and Statenfent of Ono Jas II Moore who begged money for Powers whllo he was In prison but has since turn ed traitor People who heard him speak say ho made an absolute fall uro to create any sentiment for his cause or accusation as to Powers getting rich in jallJ N Smith la now offering for sale his farm near Nn than ton Mr Smith Is making arrangements to meet his brother in California as soon as he can dispose of his farm and stock of goods Mrs Nancy Wilson and children visited relatives at Island City Saturday end SundayWm Cook and boys anllI J P Wllsou and son Clifton caught FinnIerycants for the Hickory Flat school did quite a lot of campaigning thH week before the election but MM Planer gained the victory She will begin teaching the third Monday In JulyMrs Flanery Is a daughter of Bud Minter and an excellent teacher with much experience We think tIll trustees made a good selection when they employed her to teach PIUVKTT PrIVett June 26Miss Smith gave a lecture at Gray Hawk Tuesday nULt IColks ma Dalton from Owsley County at tended church at Oak Grove last Sunday Mrs L J Peters fell and sprained her ankle very badlySun day school at Gray Hawk every Sun can not use it ware SALE lf day at 200 oclock under the management of Miss i Bessie Peters and Zelllo I visited their grandfather Saturday Maulden June 25 la busy working in corn this Miss Lydia Bennett Of McKee visit ed her sister Mrs Alfred Moore last week Teachers are being hired now and there seems to bo more Jackson County teachers than schools Tho Hon D C Edwards spoke in the In terest of his candidacy to a small until Sunday of last week attend- Ing the camji meeting there Mr John Rader of this place died June- 14 He was 71 of age Peaceful be thy silent slumber Peaceful In thy BO low Thou no more our sorrows When the day of life Is fled And in Heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell are shed The Tyner and Terrills Creeks baseball teams are going to u match COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston June 27 Several from j Powell and Miss Martha Pow ell were the guests of Mrs Mark Flnncry Wednesday evening Miss Mollle Sparks of Dreyfus is with friends hero this weekA P Set tlo and children visited at Big 11111 SundayMr and Mrs Lain viII ited Mrs Lains parents Saturday night Several from hero attended the Chlldrons Exercises Sunday night I Make This Your Prayer on the Fourth 0 God thou hast been the strength and refuge of our fathers help us their sons As thou didst give to them the founding of the nation thou hast given to us its preservation To thee we look for guidance in our task from thte alone can we get the courage to undertake it and the strength to continue it For our country we pray its officials may be honest wise just and efficient For our church we praythat it may carry out thy purpose for the world building the republic in righteousness For the people we praythat they may be tititenfatricts willing to live far the state as well as die for the We men and women would be of some use in our time to our country and to thee so pray to thee so praise Ihee Amen b Be a Better Cooke isnt all in the knack The utensils you use go a long way toward making your food fine and appetizing or illcooked and indigestible r Its impossible to make the best cookery in utensils that quickly scorch or crack and scale off rust and corrode And such utensils are dangerous Authorities say that cancer comes of eating particles of glass chipped off from ordinary enamelware when hot J The heat r isIdoes1892 Pure Spun Aluminum Ware IIt crack peel nor chip It will not rust corrode food and with harder lasts years longer than any other We Guarantee It for 15 Years 1892 is the ideal ware for all and as silver but many times r it to but does not burn dry to clean and care for 1892 Pure have all of every other kind that are And with all these all other 1892 Pure num costs but a trifle more for the on It is for your and Its a that you are the and only 1892 Pure FOR BY SCOTT Berea Ky SkerlnerhornMisses Spurlock last nightIMAULDKM Everybody week GileallI years grave know tears play game Sunda- yMADISON con1ventiEllen May that Jjags who You Can nomspoil PURE SPUN ALUMINUM kitchen utensils permanently bright beautiful lightermaking convenient handle Heats quickly quickly Easy Aluminum utensils the advantages resIdes several exclusive added advantages over utensils Spun Alumi Ware Look Maltese Cross Every Piece protection benefit guarantee getting genuine original Spun Aluminum P Call uJ get a Pare Au Soateafr FREE whilethey last 1r e at Speedwell Miss Martha and Suda Powell entertained a number of people at their home Saturday night and Sunday Among them were Grace and Hugh Parks of Jackson County Jessie and Lyda Young Whit Moody Ella Ballard Ethel Flauery Kitt Parks nnd Roy Hudson of this place Mr and Mrs John Muncy and Ter rill Lunsford are visiting at J N Lunsfords this week mo lULL Big Hill Juno 27Sunday school convention met at Narrow Gap yesterday good many being present and ox cellent speeches from Richmond Be rea and elsewhere Dinner was served where the new church is to be- bul1tG W Lucas has sold his farm on the right of the road ascending tho Big lull to Berea College Wil liam Burnell beyond Narrow Gap Is dead and burled at Silver Creek1 cause something like grlppeSchool Hoard met at Pilot Knob school house last Saturday Eastern Star met Saturday last Severn being present Mrs Lyda Asbury visited friends and re laths at this place Saturday nail SundayMr Philip Hayes speut Saturday and Sunday on Silver Creek Mr Jason Hudson and wife visited Mr T J Robertson last weokMr Nathan Casteel has gone to the mountains to buy hogs Mrs McNer va Richardson Is not as well as usual Mr J B Richardson went to Rich mond Monday Lucy Hayes and Rio Abrams spent a few days at Will Abrams last week CLAY COUNTY 1IOUKKU Hooker Juno lire look ing well in this vicinity at present We had a henry rain the 23rd which delayed the farmers for a short tints Mr Shllo Abnor finished planting his corn Monday June OthA great many applicants were at the teachers examination last Friday and Saturday Only twenty certificates were given Mr J J Cox has been sick for the lias few daysMr Will Muncy is improringTho Rev W J Muiicy and the Rev Isaac Brigham are ex pected to preach at Potters chapel Sunday AIOIIH- AlgSri June 2211e are haying some verV warn weather at present and every thing In growing well Gallic and Sophia Woods are upending almost tho happiest days hoeing cornWo are Indeed very sorry to say that Mrs Spence Is no better W IL Woods is working corn over the third tlmeDr Henry Hornsby passed thru hero Monday Ely Sing leton passed thru here Wednesday Miss Myrtle Singleton and Miss Et tle Byrd visited church Saturday night at tho Cool Spring school house Mr Floyd Woods fell off a house with a plow on his shoulder fortun ately he was very little hurt by the fallMire Rachel Campbell has been Visiting relatives around hero this last week 1 am In ponlUon to gvo you better prices and quality on general mer chandise than you have bw n expect ing You are invited to como and see for yourselfJ Stewart Spring Creek Ky We have on hand some tO sewing machines which can be bought for 25 inside of 30 days We also wish to call your attention to our grocery line We have meal for 1125 per bushel You will find our prices on all groceries lower than elsewhere Call and see Slusher Bros Store at mouth of Jacks CreekD S Slutdior Manager OWSLEY COUNTY ill CEI O1 N Rlcctown Juno 25 Congressman Edwards spoke nt Cow Creek last Tuesday at 930 a m and at the school house at this place at 730 p m A very small crowd heard him at Cow Creek There wen about JO Mrs WWPaltoe Ky I I I ever UMd for Cboleia and I JaJll1llCt11oedooly voters and girls heard him at this place Out of this number there wore not over five voters for him Ho tailed to creato nay sentiment in his behalf The people have no special fault with Mr Edwards and nearly all Republicans have supported him In the past elections when ho was a candidate and helped to vindicate him They say ho should not have made the race this time and should have given Mr Powers a clean track Tho voters say that they cant help Mr Edwards this time but are going to vindicate Mr Powers who was once honestly elected to office and robbed of it cast in jail for eight long years and spent all his money and estate trying to get a fair trial Circuit Court at Boonevllle this week Leonard Tlroy and Charles Addition were each given one year in tho 11 penitentiary for house breaking Man I Minter has returned to her fathers ut this place from Berea where she had been In school The lion II C Ever aturdayIouCounty has not returnNLIElmer Gabbard Syas homo from BticUhorn and spent a week with home folks Gilbert KeVnblds lies returned from a visit to friends and relatives In Leslie County Miss Bt u slo Eversolo spent Sunday with Mao Minter at this place Charley Itt y I nolds Is sick with typhoid fever Mr nnd Mrs Dudley Reynolds aro all smuts and Its a fine glrtA W Huff was hero recently putting up a gasoline mill for Gabburd Bros Mr and Mrs Harrison Mason are tho proud parents of a fine boyWo wish the new editor much success and will be glad to help him in any way possible Lewis Moore had a corn booing Frida- yLESLIE COUNTY HYUEN CITIZENS DANK Hyden Ky We do a general banking buslnees and solicit accounts of firms and In dividuals thruout eastern Kentucky Wo are seeking new business and we arc prepared to take care of it A B Everrole Pres T U Lewis Vice Pres Thos L Gabbard Cashier PERRY COUNTY 1IA7AUII Juno 6J E Johnson IHaznrd of the Court of Appeals accompanied by his wife hits return I ed to Hazard for his vacation A revi val meeting Is being conducted at tho Methodist church by Messrs Al ton and Orerby of Gormantown Ky Mrs Jerry Williams is sick Weather Is fine and crops arc look Ing YoEl1lr and Mrs S M Ward have returned from Frankfort Tlw following teachers wore hired for tho Hazard public school Kdgar Richard son principal G P Combs Intermediate J M Dixon primary Of the twentyone applicants who took the examination last Friday and Sat urday only six received certificates one first was granted News reached us from Dwarf that two young I mon names unknown killed each In a drunken affray on Clear lather the other day- I ESTILL COUNTY IOCUtrT IIIIANCH Locust Branch June 7The Sun day school and singing was attended by a largo crowd Sunday The singing closed Sunday but money was pledged for another one to be hold In August just before the revival meeting U S Marshal May arrest ed Willie Turper near hero last Week and took him to Richmond charged with making moonshine li quor In an examining trial ho was bound over to the November term Mr Jesse nevi of this place killed seventyone snakes last week In ono nest They wore copper heads twoIold ones and their young ones Winnie Smiths children of Richmond are visiting Mrs Jab A BIcknell I loc this place SAVE YOUR FOWLS r poultryrood7on with absolute certatnty to cure and prerenl ItnupLlmberneck or poultry die bltbyandfreetbo treatment of Blackhead sad other diseases In turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureI I s NO EQUAL blyyerandfowbonlbuitryCureltbmoetsnielsaoyemdy Boatsptsby Mr FP ClPadsgyayu I lill IIIwe Que lot Cbole and Umber ock Bourbon Remedy CoIIILulDi1OGI At All Leading Drugalm COo per Bottle Trial VII For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea FrII OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati this Collude was organized In 1WB and till 65th Annual Session begins October 4 1010 Three sessions of seven months each are re quire for graduation Tills is tlio first dental collogo established In the West It is coeducational and hits a teach Ing corps of twenty in structors Its buildings are modern hncl woll adapted to the require t manta of inodorn dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In clinical Instruction are also given For further Information and announcement addressill A D D S Dean 110 Garflejd PJaco Cincinnati Ohio 8111111J I i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS 8 j = I- IWHAT IS GOING ON IN I SECTIONS OF 0 THE COMMONWEALTH I OWENSBORO TRAVELING SALESMAN DIES QUICKLY Howard P Johnson Victim of Heart FlshingIllarrodsburi KyWhite fishing in Salt Hirer nix miles from Harrods burg Howard P Johnson a traveling salesman of Owcnuboro was seized with an attack of heart trouble and died almost instantly Johnson In company with two other then went to the river shortly after noon Ho was sitting on n log out several feet from the shore when he suddenly fell back into the water Ills companions leaped Into the river and carried the jnfortunato man to the shore Everything possible was done to revive him but ho expired In a few minutes Mr Johnson with hia wire mid little son had been in Harrods burg for several day Ho was abut UO years of ago and had been on the road for several years for n giosery house The remain were shipped to nls former homo at Ovvunsboro where In torment was made NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN Kentucky Educational Association Se lects Oweruboro for Next Meeting t Henderson Ky With tho election of officers tho selection of Owcnsboro Ky as tho next place of meeting till annual session of tho Kentucky KduoaUonalassociation adjourned ilno die after a most successful meeting ffho officers elected are as lottowe General Association T J Coates president Richmond L W Vinson rccrotory Frankfort G M Money treasurer Shelbyvllio Board of Directors T J Coates Richmond Uoorge It Ramtcy Dan ville K R Junes Frankfort MoIIonry Rhoadofl Ovoncaoro Uarksdalo Hamlet HopklnMille J W Welch lien dcnon J V W Urouso Somerset Executive Committee T J Coates Richmond T W Vinson Frankfort 0 M Monty Shelby vllle W H H Mutatnc I tlngton T J Jones lox baton U H Wells Hcottsvlllo C II howls U roa Mrs 11 tamo Owens bore A C liurton Mayfield N C llammnok Morgnnfleld C A Tenner Winchester SHEEP SCADIES Steps Taken for Removal of Quaran I tine Frankfort Ky Steps toward the removal of the quarantine against sheep In part and the ultimate stamp ing out of the disease entirely In Ken tucky were taken at a meeting of the Livestock Sanitary Board recently created by the legislature The board declared a quarantine In this state In conjunction with the quarantine of the national govern ment but it found that many of the counties In tho state are not affected at all These counties are exempted I from the state quarantine and the United States department of agricul ture will bo asked to lift the quaran a from those counties where the JUneI are not affected by tho scabies At present the national quarantine ap plies to evory county in the state oven though there are no sheep with scab lee In those counties UNVEIL BRONZE DUST OF GOVERNOR 3HLLBY IFrnnkrolt Ky With simple but impressive ceremonies the bronze bust of Otw Shelby was presented to tho historical society and accepted by it The rooms of tho society were tilled with visitors many or the lox In ton chapter of tho D A R coming down for the occasion Goy Wlllion being abront W W Longmoor pre sided and did It gracefully Miss Lyle of Lexington for tho Lexington D A R presented the butt to the so ciety She spoke briefly but feelingly nnd her short talk was pronounced a mOn behalf of the society II V Me Chcsuey first vice president accepted tho bust and spoke briefly Ho was fol lowed by John Wilson Townsend who reviewed some of the work of Gov Shelby nnd what he had done not only for Kentucky but for the nation Mrs Jennie C Morton read an original poem a tribute to Gov Shelby After tho meeting Mr Longmoor made a short talk urging the people of the state and especially those present to Join the historical society and help it by cooperation and work Winchester KyThe Sst annual convention of the bankers of the Tenth group will be held In this city July 12 A number of prominent finan clers from other cities will make ad dresses and a full attendance of the t bankers of the district Is expected i Lexington An unusually heavy I rainstorm did much damage In Cen tral Kentucky Telegraph telephone and electrical wires went down InF many localities In some places treeD nnd buildings Were struck by light fling 11 LOUISVILLE TO DETROIT 1 nOL LEY LINE PLANNED Prospective Road From South Jena Ind to Kalamazoo Mich Will Complete Chain South Bend JndAs a result of a couferenco held in South Bend by M H Lane president of the Chicago Kalamazoo Terminal railroad Fred H Bennett president of the Chicago Kalamazoo Eastern Edward G Folsom Logansport formerly man ager of tho Fort Wayne Wnbash Valley line M V Reed and Ray W Reynolds superintendents of the Southern Indiana Railway Cos of this city an Interurban lino will be built from South Bend to Kalamazoo Mich within a short time With tho completion of the line it will bo possible to go from Detroit to Louisville by trolley The new lino will bo via Sister Lakes Dowaglac Decatur Pawpaw and Mottewan Tho Chicago South Bend Lake Shore is also figuring on making an extension from South Rend to Elkhart Kalama zoo and Toledo VENERABLE WOMAN DIE8 Mrs Kate J Hubbard Pastes Away at Munfordvlllc Munfordvllle KyMrs Kate J Hubbard wile of Dr 0 G Hubbard of thla city died at her home She had been In feeble health for nearly n year and her death was not unexpect ed She was n daughter of the late William T McElroy of Lebanon For mer cloy J Proctor Knott of Lebanon Is her nephew Sho was a devout Christian and was a member of tho Presbyterian church from her early girlhood and was greatly beloved by every ono who know her Thrco of her brothers have died within a year one of whom was the Rev William T McElror the well known Presbyterian minister of Mo hue Ala She Is survived by her husband two sons and a daughter and also one brother Cecil McElroy of Owen boro She was 73 years of age Tho funeral took place from tho Pres byterlun church EIGHT HOURS I DAY The Legal Limit of a Days Work on State Contracts Frankfort Ky Might hours Is tho legal limit of n days work on State contracts or subcontracts according to the decision of Judgo James Brcalhllt attorney general who gave his construction of tho now law regu lating Stato labor Tho question came up at a meeting of tho Capitol commission In connec lion with the work now going on on tho grounds Tho contractor wanted to work his men nine and ten hours us a days work and has been calling nine hours a day Under the opinion of tho attorney general bo can not work longer than eight hours without paying for overtime Tho commission notified trim that under the now law fixing eight hours asn day ho would have to work only that length of time Judge Ilreathltt holds that the law applies to subcon contracts as well as contracts and to all who do work for the State KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION Henderson KyOne of the fea tures of tho Kentucky Educational Association was the address by A J Gantvoort of Cincinnati on Music In tho Course of Study At the morn lIng session Dr Arthur Miller ot the Stato University read nn Instructive paper on Standardlng and Accredit ing Our High Schools This paper was variously discussed An address was made by Prof Charles Evans of Ardmore Okla and another by Robert J Xley state su perin ten dent of Indiana John P Gunckcl of Toledo 0 discussed nay ProblemsGreetings wore received by wire from tho West Virginia Educational association in session at Charleston which tho K E A promptly ac knowledged also the K R A wired greetings to the Kentucky Press as boclatlon in session at Mlddlesboro Kulitucky DEATH BY DROWNING Wllllamstown Ky While swim mlug In tho railroad lake near this Icily W U Allphln former circuit clerk of this county was drowned Ho and W G OHnra swam from ono bank to another and when they reached tho land Allphln complained of being weak and nervous but under took to return to the starting point OHara fallow IngTthough the latter se lected a different route and whcm he crawled out on the bank he missed Allphln Loud calls elicited no response and a search was node The unfortunate man was found In about three feet of water face downward tastily pull ing the body to shore a physician was summoned who said death was due ton collapse of tho heart from overtxer tlon Carlisle KyA hall and wind storm which swept this section did great damage to wheat and in places trees wero badly broken In some places the wind blew down the wheat until it will be almost Impossible to harvest it- Campton Ky Lightning struck n 250barrel tank full of all on the farm of William Cundlff about one mile from this city belonging to the Deck ultIscman Oil Co The loss Is about S80D This Is tho third tank of oil in this field to be destroyed by lightning inn HASNT THE SWEllED HEAD MADE CONGRESS SEE THINGS HIS WAY WITHOUT RESORTING- TO THREATS SENT MANY CONGRATULATIONS Remarkable Record of Legislation Which He Persuaded Congress tc Make at the Session Just Closed Cause of Receipt of FelUItatlont Washington Although Providence bestowed upon William H Taft a headpiece of goodly proportions fully in keeping with his stature and an unusual amount of avoirdupois thers was no sign of the swell head about the president though there seemed to be ample justification for It So many congratulations have been showered upon him because of the re markable record of legislation which he persuaded congress to make at the session just closed that it reminded him of tho felicitations ho received uyvn his election in November 190S He accomplished same without re sorting to threats HUGHES DECLINES TO RUN Says Nothing Could Induce Him Te Accept Nomination for Gayer nor of New York Albany N YIam going to Wash ington for life This statement made by Gov Hughes to his friends here it is believed will be his ultimatum to Col Roosevelt if tho former president actually urges him to try a third term at Albany It will bo a rcafilrmatlon of the governors repeated declarations that nothing could induce him to run again and that ho purposes as ho has announced to retire in October and devote tho remainder of his career to interpreting law on the United States supreme bench- Repeatedly since the legislature has chocked to death bills on the approval ot which ho had set his heart the governor has been besought by friends to resign the post to which President Taft appointed him and employ a thirdterm threat as a club to hammer them through TO PUT ACT INTO EFFECT Washington Under the terms oJ tho postal savings bank act which has been approved by the president the board of trustees which is to con trol this new governmental monetary Institution will soon begin working upon its plans to carry tho law Into effect When the plan Is put Into oper ation the law provides that any person 1C years or over may open an account with tho government In any postoffice designated by tho board ot trustees us a postal savings depository Mar tied women may maintain accounts in their own names free from the control or Interference of their hus bands but no person Is permitted to have more than one account Deposits may bo made in sums of not less than SI or multiples thereof but not for more than 100 in any ono calendar month DEPARTMENT CHANGES Washington Something Las dropped in tho agricultural department and doubtless several officials in the department feel weary One ot them and the most conspicuous is Dr liar vey W Wiley Chief of the Bureau ol Chemistry Next to the Chemistry Bureau the force of the thing is felt most by tho Forestry Service of which Glf ford Pincbot who was dismissed bj order of the President several months ago was for a long time the head The Weather Bureau also Is effected at are all other divisions of the department This innocent looking sentence written into tho agricultural appro priatlon bill by Congress is the cause of it all Hereafter the legal work ol the Department of Agriculture shall be performed under the supervision and direction of the Solicitor KILLS CHIEF OF POLICE Ocella Ca1I W Bostwlck who lives near here was In Ocella and shot up tho town When Chief ot Police Davis Sheriff Mclnnla and Chlel Deputy Bass weut to arrest him he opened fire on them killing the chief and mortally wounding Bass He IE barricaded In his home and defies an rest By orders of Coy Brown a mill tia company is on the way to the scene of disorder to aid tho sheriffs posse in capturing lUntwlck Wants Gas Production Tax Charleston W VaOov Glasscock is firm in his attitude toward a pro ductlon tax to be levied against the natural gas produced in the state and a statement has been Issued calling attention to the immensity of the gas Industry Racing at Latcnla Drawing to a Close tLatonla KyTwo wcekn moro re the Latonla racing term be fore the sport terminates In Ken tucky to begin again some time In Sep tcmbrr for a period of full racing P GAINING STRENGTH Improved Crop Prospects and Congres sional Legislation Stimulate Business New YorkR G Dun Cos week ly review of trade says Business gains In strength as crop prospects Improvo and congress enacts important bills preparatory to adjournment Conditions in tho iron market are marked by uncertainty Although stocks of pig Iron continue to accumulate re duction in production has not reached tho extent thought probable a year agoIncreasing curtailment of product at tho mills to avoid accumulation ot stocks and more favorable weather stimulated tho interest in summer merchandise nnd enhanced the trad lag for next spring Although trading is below normal in the primary markets It is noteworthy that thero Is a larger measure ot confidence In impor tant quarters Unsatisfactory conditions continue in the footwear market New England manufacturers average about one half the value of their usual business En couraging raports are received In the west however business there being relatively much better than in tho cast All kinds of leather is unsettled Further weakness characterized the hide market and some of the large packers are to sell ahead into the chorthalred summer season at pres ent low prices- clncinnatl reports a marked Im provement in retail trade and a satisfactory distribution of dry goods at wholesale There Is more activity in the iron market Continued warm awather at Cleveland has improved nost retail lines especially dry goods clothing and footwear Bank exchanges at all leading cities in the United States exhibit a steady volume of business through the banks in comparison with preceding weeks the total this week aggregating 2433 383013 a loss of 140 per cent over the corresponding week in 190C Tho loss is almost entirely due to decreased returns at New York City ev cry city outside that center except Boston and Cincinnati reporting gains some of them being very large In the comparison with tho active year 1906 those cities again make smaller returns but tho decrease at New York is less and other points much larger in tho majority of instances Among the cities where largo gains are made over both years are Baltimore Chicago Minneapolis St louis Kansas City Louisville and San Francisco Failures and Exports New York Bradstrccts says Business failures in the United States for the week ending with June 23 were 1S7 against 178 last week 150 In 1907 and 155 in 1906 Business failures in Canada for tho week number 261 against 260 last week and 160 in tho corresponding week last year Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for tho week ending June 23 aggre gate 1705451 bushels against 1633 f07 bushels last week and 1600842 Bushels this week last year For the Gl weeks ending June 25 exports are 141541124 bushels against 165456 825 bushels in the corresponding pew clod last year Corn exports for the week are 198 827 bushels against 133101 bushels last week and 51333 bushels in 1909 For tho 51 weeks ending June 23 corn exports are 27829314 bushels against I JOC4oC8 bushels last year THE MARKETS Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 625a725 extra 5735a750 butcher steers extra C60a 675 good to choice 560afl60 com mon to fair J325a525 heifers extra 610a625 good to choice 525aO cows extra 525a550 good to choice 450alJ15 Bulls Bologna 375a450 extra ICOa475 fat bulls 5a55t Calves Extra 8 fair to good 650 775 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 950a955 mixed pack ers 945a963 common to chorea heavy fat sow 775a885 light shippers 950a955 pigs 110 Ibs and less 9a955 SheepExtra 415a 425 good to choice 365a410 common to fair 2a350 LambsExtra 8 good to choice 650a785 common tc fair 4a625 yearlings 4a550 Cincinnati Grain Market WheatNo2 red 104al07 No 8 red 91cal CornNo 2 white 66 4a 67c No 3 white 66a66c No 4 white 62a64c No2 yellow C2a62Hc No3 yellow 61Ha62c No4 yellow 60a61c No2 mixed 61a62c No3 mixed 61a 61c yellow ear 64a66c mixed eaT 64a66c white ear 64a66cOatsNow 2 white 42a42c No3 white 40a41c standard white 41Ha42c No4 white 37a39c No 2 mixed 38Ha39c No 3 nixed 38a38Hc No 4 mixed 3ta37c DarleyNo2 spring 72a74c No3 65n 70c No4 64a65c No3 spring 70a72e RyeNo2 S0a83c No 3 73a78c No4 65a72c MaltSpring barley 80a83o low grade 78aSOc Cincinnati Miscellaneous Markets Oranges Valencia J2u3no Califor nia secdings 325 IarsleyZoe a doz Pooehesurorgla U6Iia175 a sixbasket crate Potatoes New 22J a2rO lihl 90cal bu Michigan 30a35c sweet potatoes Jersey Ua bbl Poul try Heavy hens 13c light 13c roost ers 9c sprint chickens VA Ib and over 23c under 1 6 Its 18a20c ducks 4 Ibs and over lOc Eggs Prime first ISHc firsts 17Hc ordinary first 16Uc seconds 15c CabbageKen I bunclApplesNewties 3a325 a crate Gooseberries I 225a250 a cr te 0= tvfV7 1835 Berea College i s FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of alliA ILargestI ISO t many classes that each student can be placed with others i s himself where he can make most rapid progress t I t Which Department Will You Enter t THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in tho right way Drawing Singing Btbla tJ 1 Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text 1 books iv TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2years for thoso who Voodworkzfinished common branches The most practical and interesting fit a young person for an honorable and useful life i CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man fmay secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science 1 ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Evontman Algebra lHistory Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First I year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to got a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information t I culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing freo Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory j Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra l feesiExpenses Regulations Opening Days Berea Collego Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for tholr benefit and tho School etponda ion an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Borea in order that it may train young men and women far lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protoot the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from Y the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and riurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in Collego buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train i lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win kter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment jPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store tarnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and 4 I 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 nnd washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in i the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing ot bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter t 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 caro of school build t ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or x teachers all our Instruction is a freo gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term G in Academy and Normal and 700 in Colic glato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent h the term board by the half term Installments are as tOllowsj FALL ModelS VocationalNormal Academy f College Incidental lee 500 600 S 700 Room C60 ti601i60Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks duo Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 t Total for term 2950 3050 3150uIf paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER 5 Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 90P 90P e Amount duo Jan 41911 I200 2109 2201 Board for 6 weeks due Fob 15 1911 900 900 Gatt S R to Yr Total for term 2900 3000 3100 rIf paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING j Incidental Fee 500 600 700 i 4 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 675 f Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 675 675 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 r j REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fraction of a week frOn board refund In full On room and there is a large loss occa f sloned by vacant rooms or deleted classes and the Institution will refund wFonly onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for tho remaining weeks of the termrOn Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celvo a certificate for onehalf tho incidental fee paid which certificate be received as cash by Berea College on payment of1 term bills by tho Wintdent In person or a brother or sister it presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 14 1910 The first day ol Winter term is January 4 1911 The tint day of Spring term is March 29 1911 For Information or friendly advice write to the Sccret1T1rWILL C GAMBLE t e BEREA KENTUCKY j t o r+ SOnna l1 = s r I IJ i iE SI I L r t 1 f vK Everything iny rt j DRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES ANDt i 4I CHILDRENS WEARii rJf tA J Ji E F COYLE1 viYoupay lessor get more t 14 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARETY OF s6uRCES l IDR BESTII 1113IwCITY rnOHK I it rOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK i ii Fire Life and Accident It Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky 1IL Plants For SaleIL Cabbage and celery plants for sate at the college garden or shone J- i II Mullett i Jlolman Adams who has been sell Of Irgo lis since Commencement thru at counties In entucky has rftUrWd to Berea SUBS Ada Phillips who has been Dr Thomsons secretary since last 1wlnte1expects to leave Saturday for I home In Wisconsin r IDrG H Sandlln of Richmond wasi in town Monday Large building lot for sale on Prospect Street Apply to W L Flanery i Miss Mary Pickerings brothers wno I have been visiting her for several I e days left Monday for Kansas where they both have positions Miss Heprietta Beecher who spent I I two weeks at her home in Sandusky 0 returned Sunday and has resumed her work in the Treasurers of fleeII part of last week here Mr and Mrs John Dean spent the i latter part of the week with relatives at Clover Bottom For sale or rent one or a half dozen good barber chairs One hydraulic Also other fixtures necessary to com shopp The Furniture Man l Mr Kid Richardson arrived Mon f day from Omaha Neb where he i j J has been working for the past few months He is on his way to London I i where he has a position I Egbert Davis came Monday for a visit with home folks I The Chlldrens Day exercises held S J at the Christian church Sunday event ing were very interesting and enter Jtalnlng and showed that a great deal I of time and thought had been used in training the young people I Bllckensderfer typewriter No 0 t J in good condition for sale 12 See I Librarian f Mrs Richard Moore returned Sun o a two weeks visit in Lex teachers chosen for the Public 7Ington for this year are Mrs Everett J Mrs John Doan Misses and Etta Moore All the fresh country J butter Top prices J S Gott Depot Street Vernon D Wheoldon a studojit J here during the year 05 and 03 f r has Just been appointed a govern Jrnent engineer at West Point N Y 1 Military Academy at a salary of yearjsale Seven to ten thou isand Jas Coyle Baron Ky Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best a and latest in linens shantungsand ifdont forget the chinaware at 1 1 Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW JI CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Mite Annie B Murray spent Thurs day and Friday of last week hr Mlddleeboro and Plnevllle She tiC companied tie editor and Mrs Faulkner to the K P A meeting Prof Jas Watt Ratite will preach at the Union church Sunday morn Ing There will be communion ser vice R H Chrl man Tke Furniture Man will retire your buggy with tile belt rubber that can l had for 11 1s16and 16 Haydn SIzemore an old Berea student who Is now editor of The Breathitt County News stopped in Berea on his way home from the Press Association meeting at Middles boro He Is very successful in his work at Jackson Mr Tom Luxon of Cincinnati was in town last week on buslnssIElwood and Chock Havelock Neb visited their sister Mary Pickering from Friday until Monday last week Albert Hopper an old schoolmate came over fromJ Paris for over Sunday Others of the XenIa crowd formed a pleasant party to Anglin Falls Saturday J Misses Louise Fry qnd Carrie Spang ler the delegates to the Y W C A conference at Ashevllle N C returned Monday They report many side trips and a pleasant and IlrofltI able time Miss Spangler left for her home Wednesday at Pactolus Carter I County Miss KyInasal operation home Monday I have fortythree good secondhandI organs all makes and jgood as now which I will rent or sell on easy paymentsIMiss Dona Shadoln a former stu j dent Is visiting at the home of her j brother Luther L Shadoln on Boone j StreetA I of young people are plan ning a strawride to Honidons Saturday I night j Mr Ponnlman has boon helped at his meeting in Narrow Gap on several I evenings by singers from Berea Miss CorwIn leaves July 6th lorIChautauqua N Y to teach for weeks in the Summer Library school I Her courses will be cataloging and classification for which she Is eml nqntly fitted Isaac Hardln Long is employed for the summer under the American Sun day School Union in Owsley County Miss May Harrison is In the em ploy of the Berea Real Estate and Improvement Co Miss Virginia Carpenter is spend ing her vacation In Cincinnati O MRS EARLY S lI SWEET AS ROSES Newly Washed in Dew ioUR 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 of the 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 l Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Miss Floflele Shaokleford of Oos neyvllle Wolfe County IB aaolstlng In Secy Gambles office In Ute abI hence of Miss Roesche Wm A Adams spent Sunday with I his family He is located in Paris with the Aluminum Company lie reports business good Howard Dlzney has accepted a I position with the Adams Express Co I tit MIddlesboro IThe young Peoples Society of the Union church will hold Its regular Sunday evening meeting next Sunday in front of Lincoln Hall Prof Lewis leading The subject is an appropriate one What is Christian CitizenshipMr Mrs C F Landing father and mother of Mrs Robertson have left for Ohio after a brief visit with their daughter in BereaThelr home is in Salem Ore Mrs Robert goes with them for a two weeks visit in Ohio A Ifcrftca Claaa wltk an enrollment or twentyfive young men wan organl DaltUetIwere elected President Jno Weteli VicePresident DwIght Wlllitt See rotary Jack Anderson Treasurer Tom Adams Teacher H R Howell This class meets at ItO a in with regular Sunday school All young moon IT years or over and under 3fi years are invited Mrs J P Faulkner nnd daughter Maureen stopped over in Harbours vllle on their way back from the K P A meeting at MIddlesboro for o two weeks visit with Mrs Faulkner listers The Womens Christian Association will give an entertainment Friday night July 1st at 730ln the ParIah HouseIt sufficient to say that Mr and Mrs Gamble Mies Ambrose Mr Taylor and Prof Rains LADIES SKIRTS 200 cut to 159 179 e t 199 325 269 II 500 389 550 4190 I GO TO t Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea Ky FOR THE BEST BREAD IN TOWN Bread Fresh Every Monday Wednesday and Friday Strawberries and Raspberries Friday THE MARKET Btrea Prices Cabage new 2V4 and 3 cents per lb Potatoes CO and GOo old and 100 newEggs per dozen 16c i Butter per lb 20c BACON Salt Sides 1516c Breakfast Bacon 2025C Premium Bacon IIAMS 2133cICountry 1617c Premium 2023c Fryers on foot 12Hc per lb I Hens on foot lOc per lb Turkeys Sc for hens 9o for gobblers Feathers ixsr lb Sac Hay 16 per ton Corn GOe bushel Wheat per bu 100 Cracked corn 160 pier 100 lbs Wheat screening 123 per 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per 100 Ibs 50SIC1cuUs are on the program The admission will be 10 cents The proceeds will be used to meet current expenses and to add to nurses fund John Henry gives an entertainment at Kingston Saturday night All who have heard John know he will make good COMBINATION SALE- A combination sale will be hold at- the corner of Center and Malfi Sts Saturday July 2nd at 3 p in Two good buggies will be offered and anything the people have there to sell W P Prewltt Auctioneer MOUNTAIN VIEW STOCK FARM Having decided to quit farming I offer for wale privately my farm of grIlIlandmade suet of Whites Station OR Ute I L N mtlroad ParalI Ben In corn about ISO In wheat sad balance In grow The IwiHwiBwnU eunettt of a good modern brick house metal roof eight large rooms besldw laundry and spars Three good Mock barns three large tobacco bars four tenement hones Urick lot house buggy Mouse poultry hotue kOu1andback door Kitchen sink with pump In Kltchpn Fine young orchard and good garden The farm Is newly ten ced with heavy wire fence and locust posts around the entire plate The Richmond and Berea turnpike bounds the farm on the east and Silver Creek on the west The large flouring mill of R L Potts Sun U only half mile away affording a homo mar ket for all grain raised on the farm There are a nyittber of never fall Ing springs and a fine pond at the mule shed 10 feet deep and covering half aero of land There are 16 lute of from one to fifteen acres nearly all with sheds and water In them This Is one of the best Improvod j places In the county cut toII cut to f Patent Flour lac- a bag cash a- tWJTatunis Fresh Groceries tl I North Main St 10 Berea IANJHOWK litf TIM r- ro YoUR ITMt et O tw1 U to the of the winters now If service along permit us to fill bin at on- ceHolliday m Co Phone 1 69 7 1 Berea This farm U auseeptible of mid 275 crtS or more be sold with UM Improvement farm is tIMeisily adapted to the sad raising ThU term can N bOMfkt at K Jmrgaln and on out IwrtlaalofKHd full iiqiiMilnu on Jan Ut 1911 This Is a rare opportnnltf for a now eke kt and flee he or UM J W Ion R D No 1 Kr YOU CAN CURE THAT rue aae lb back 6wlce wd 01 ml her Urt Utti madCMmtlytrwdeaotthM trMUafIlotAReward 100 The of Ihw Iwper ill he n oeIIRe awl lUll IUI a bee U podtfrevrenowkrownto11wNadkvllruterit erequlreaanasMMreoeltrealrueet halts directlydncrvr1 the at bybrdIMug t IR aI tA wok The ptprkora have a- with In lu cunUtoA that tpy oiler One IMIar for HT ax that it hilt la cert seed for 11011 F I k Co 0 Mid by ail Drugqhatjc Take halls Nil for cuetlpsIMu LADIES LOOK HERE Sale on Skirts Shirt Waists and Muslin Underwear FOR 15 DAYStI There been so much weather this Spring we have many Spring Goods we NEED THE MONEY they must be and to Goods quick we are cutting price on them When buy from us are getting goods and good uptodate goods Skirts 225II 250tr J per 650 Skirts 519 750 599 850 679 1000 799 LADIES WAISTS 100 Waists 89 150II 119 Eldean fi Cor Kentucky BUY COAL IIf you want secure low price year buy coal you want good with good coal your and Ky dirt elan about could This dairy businias Mock alvru young active wumake money Camino fares address owwr Hem Herea BACKACHE 41 eentl-st 100 reader dCaunh Caurth vaiem Iberebf fmtmMllMi faith llHodred INllmoiI AddreM CIIHNNV TaMa parnily has rain and cold that too left As sold sell the the you you new 200 Waists cut to 69MUSLIN UNDER SKIRTS 75 Skirts cut to 59t rr 100tr 79 150 Of 119 200Of II Of 169MOf Of 250 199 t This aJe begins Thursday Morning June 16 Dont wait but come and get first choice for they will soon be sold at the prices we are offering them t RHODUS c HAYES r y t MAIN STREETt The Quality Store BEREA KYt I c ft 4t 1 1 o rtmaya c 3 1ctir 4 II 1 I 4 Failed in Health My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward of Jerseyville IIIC left me to care for six children 1 had never been strong and this with the shock of her death was too much for me- Cli failed in health I was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had the painsAhad done her so much good so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health fiak CARDUI144 The Womans Tonic Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens tonicYouIf you do need it do not delay but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the hill Dopt wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Wrttt lot Ladies Advisory Dept Quttinoor Medici w eo ChatUnoota TeaSOT Sptctat Inttruettont and Mpaje book Home Treatment for Women scat tree W VA LETTER i Miss Robinson Tells of her Visit to j Charleston W VaAn Interesting Educational Gathering Address by the GovernorGood Text for Ser mon 1107 Quarrler St- CbarlQllton W Va June 22 1110 My dtar Citizen You may like a line front the cnpl tnl of the youngest btato uast of thu Alleghenies Two days ago West Vir ginia was fortyseven years old Tlte date June 30 1803 is on the Slate flag and is set In mosaic In the floor of the corridors of the Capitol build lag The people of the State very wisely cherish Its history and in the Capitol Annex lure a historical col lection to be proud of The Weat Virginia KducNtion AMO etaltoa li in swckm hit HOW t w nt ye urr warning to the see stati of the Normal school twcttwi held In tits Hall at Dsisatee In the Capitol A very vslualil paimr on The IIIMorjr of Normal School Work In West Virginia was teed by Mr Virgil A Lwlt Urn Stat historian I in chars at Uw Capitol Annex There I art Ntx Normal Schools in the State The oklMt Marshall Normal lad Its banning long ago before the war la MM of the old fluid schools famous In Southern history The old f1M school grew Into Marshall Academy sad In 1167 became a State Normal Tkool with IU present name Five other normal schools were started In the eight years following this ptotl- set school the latest being started In 1871 Mr Lewis estimates that the work of the graduates and students of those six State normal schools has amounted to 123000 years of work In the schools of the stat I hoard also an Informal addmw by Gov OIa cock who Is henrtlly In favor of the introduction of agricul ture and manual training Into the normal schools He is albo In favor of gymnasium and athletic work In these schools Ho and others mad numerous references to thu State University at Morgantown and It In very evident that tho educators of I Vmt Virginia are proud of thslr system of public Umdanee of about 1000 teaohersIIhosI- n healthy Interest on their part InI present day topics At the entrance was a very excel lent exhibition of handwork done In tho primary department of the Color ed Institute of West Virginia It in eluded basket work and weaving and I the young colored man In charge toM I Made by me they bavo teachers from Hampton I and Tuskcgoo I did not see work of this sort front the white pupils Their exhibit appeared to be drawing and pictures but other work may have been elsowboruII heard at tho First Presbyterian church on i Sunday on the topic What sort JCI a church would my church be If nil Its members wore just like met II commend this text though there Is no chapter und verse of the Good Hook for It to the calm consideration j of everyone It has done mo good and I want others to profit by it My friends will be glad to know I am sure that my doctor hero promises I perfect recovery from my InnOI nous I can already use my stiff arm much better Out the cure Is a 1111111t fut procaM I con write with much lees pain titan at any titue during the year too and If any of my dear friends who read this write me I think 1 can send a postal In flli llCn1ItNEWS OF THE WEEK tConttntwl Ran tnt paeen Oklahoma attorney who had previously received a 750000 fee from the Interior deportment for service connected with the same Indiana lint made contracts with a large num ber of Individuals which would return him a fee of probably 8000000 He line been maintaining a ltOWorI ful lobby to make these contracts valid ROBBERY IN LYNN MASSACHU SHITS Three Russian Pole lately held up a manufacturer and a IKillcemen In Lynn Mass In broad daylight and secured a bag with 14000 They jellied the manufacturer and fatally wounded the officer Within an hour one robber was found with a selfinflicted wound dying another was wounded and taken to a IMBXICODENTlrofirio Diaz Is again elected president of Mexico lie has ruled With a rod of Iron tor twentyseven i consecutive years IN OUR OWN STATE I Continual from lint rage I ISTOltE DYNAMITEDTwo men the homo of a store keeper Iin Boyle County in the night and ask ed to get Into the store to buy some things As such mils wore frequent j ho yielded to them Upon entering I tho store he was knocked down and I Our Flour is Guarded perfectly against dirt and impurI ity It is made from the selected i wheat It is ground in one of the best and cleanest mills in the country The flour is packed at the mill i whence it comes direct to you I Order a sack today and get flour I that is all flour and that of the very best I BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Ky r ANDREW ISAACS Prop Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER Back I of FishBldg Berwe Ky I I TrIII a soon afterwards the store was dynamited and ho was blown out of the door and across the roadIMASS MEETING IX L A big mass meeting was held recently In Lexington 16 protest against the way the Board of Education has conducted the city schools The school almostI ate political controlIK E A Iti the eye of the public the State Educational Association should be considered one of the greatest meet ings held In Kentucky during the year but It does not seem to be BO considered at present I The meeting just hold at Henderson was a very enjoyable affair but It failed to attract the number of teachers It should There were probably I not more than three hundred teachers present and very few of these were from the ranks of the rural teachers the most Important part of the teaching force of the state Railroad rates were very low and the entertainment provided by the people of Henderson was all that could have been asked so that the trip would have been a great pleasure and benefit i to any one and especially to teachers who must work In the isolated rural sections of our state A number of the most prominent speakers among the number being Pres Crabbe of the State Normal at Richmond failed to appear State Superintendent Aley of Indiana gave the greatest address of the occasion a masterly appeal for scholarship as the most vital element In success ful teaching Other very able address es were those by Pres Crossf leld of Transylvania Pres Tlgurt of lon lucky Wesleyan and Dr Payne of Richmond The strongest feature of the gather ing was the series of Departmental meetings There are seven Depart ments and each afternoon after three oclock was given over to their pro grams Next year it is to be hop led that the whole afternoon will no given over to these meetings as problemsIlOne more Department should be organized the Department of Rural Bducntlon and it will be na soon as rural teachers wake up to tin gnat Importance of their work Supt Coatee of Richmond was elected President for the coming year and Richmond may bo chosen as the plate loc melting In case It Is every touch or In Eastern Kentucky tmoliliig a n itt grade school and many other should begin to plan now to attend to Neatly every where we go we can find the blind and we case them with a thought of pity Hut few of us stop to think of the number of the blind and possibly Btlll fewer over think of the cause of blindness or of suoh a thing as its easy pre ventlon We may well be startled then when some one is Interested enough to hunt up the figures that tho census gives us Mere they are more than 04000 totally blind Iu Than 64000 the United Stator And our astonish = mont grows greater when we learn that a largo percentage of this nuui are unnecessarily blindblind ow ling to the carelessness or the Ignor once of some one And If blindness Is duo to carelessness or Ignorance it may be avoided by knowledge and core t ofItldsprevention all much or more than the cure Wo have all hoard of the ounco of prevention but until re oently wo did not think much about It Really It would bt very foolish to devote all our time to the cure of disease and never give any thought to prevention Of course we can matte the cure unnecessary If we can pre vent thiS diseaseA Conception But this all means that we are getting Into our heads a new conception of things Wo are no longer thinking- of our afflictions as being divine visi tations They may be visitations of our own folly or Ignorance and wo ourselves bo to blame or our fellow beings but that Is about as far na wo can go Wo now know too much about the nature of disease to say thct It was Gods will and there fore could not bo avoided And it Is easily seen that wo havo to get this before we can do much to lessen tho worlda bur den of sickness Now If we see a child blind and blind from its early Infancy we do not say that God had a purpose In that blindness but we look for tho human cause and we usually find that it was the Ignorance or neglect of the Doctor or attendant at Its birth It used to be said that children were born blind but that Is the rarest thing In the world It Is to bo doubted If It ever occurs t i FOURTH OF JULY A Hx CELEBRATIONXt from Startto FinishEverything Free I Givertvby the Business Men of Berea PROGRAM ONLYI be made before nine oclock Monday morning with Chas Burdette or at Welchs Drug Store or at Porters t Drug Store EVENTS GREASED POLE CLIMBPrize 2 at top of pole 100 YARD DASHOpen to boys under 12 years First prize Express Wagon given by Welchs Department Store Second prize Pocket Knife given by Parkie Scott 50 YARD DASHOpen to men over 40 years Prize CarboMagnetic Razor given by the Porter Drug Company j 50 YARD DASHOpen to men weighing over 180 Ibs Prize Watermelon given by W H Porter BALL THROWINGOpen to young ladies First prize Six Photographs given by C I Ogg second prize 2 lb box Lowneys Chocolates given by Walter Engle OBSTACLE RACEOpen to all Prize straw hat given by R R Coyle 4 4 SACK RACEOpen to all Prizes undetermined GREASED PIG RACEOpen to all Prize the pig t PLATFORM MEETINGCollege Campus 11 a m i by JAMES WATT RAINE 4iIon BASE BALL Lincoln Field 730 p m Greatest Display in Years I 4 I n Need of Care and of and thought They become blind In a- very short time after birth In so tort a time In fact that they can hardly be said to have seen Due to Germ the blindness Is due to a very natural cause It Is due to a germ that gets in the eye at birth and produces what Is called Babys sore eyes Now every one has heard cf this disease but most people believe that the babys eyes Just bavo to bet sore and some people think that they will usually get well without much care But they arc often very mistaken for this Is the most common cause of early and total blindness the eyeballs are entirely by these germs A Germani 1881 a German dis covered that one drop of 2 per cent solution of nitrate of sliver dropped in each eye Just after birth would kill these germs and entirely prevent the disease while not injuring the eye at all of good standing every where now use this simple means of But there are many that are careless and there are many at birth of children that do not the dangers nor the method of vention As a result whenever there Is neglect In this It is natural to find many who are said to havo been blind from their birth I And the pity of It Think of the this Is a tion It Is to stato number of the blind In but It Is moro than part of the total number In tho UiT Ion From Other Causes Of course there la blindness from other causes and Is possi ble in most of these cases but about these we shall speak in tho future We call attention now to the blind ness of the young or this it Is that an has just been founded In the State to be known as The for Pre r l oIodw 1 Athl rleI vs Men Berea Station t t k Magnificent Fireworks f EVERYBODY INVITED EVERYBODY COMINGYi Jj ILEMONADE SERVED FREE ALL DAY BLINDNESS AMONG PREVENTABLE DISEASES Attention Eyes Infants Children IMore Fun Address sometimes IDut seriously Soraetlnis destroyed Discovery- In physician Physicians prevention attendants theI particular dOIprivation Impossible altenI Kentucky probably Kentuckys prevention ophthalmia neonatorumAssociation Founded- In connection pleasant- to Announce association Association College Faculty Business vsWhite venting Blindness Its headquarters are to be in Lexington and its pur pose will be to disseminate knowledge concerning the cause and cure of blindness to procure certain needed legislation fixing the responsibility1 for neglect to take proper l in the care of the reCtuUonI cooperation on the part of ing at heart the good of humanity The leader in this movement is Miss Linda Neville of Lexington whoi has been instrumental in bringing reoI lief to a large number of boys and girls whom she has taken from the mountains to her home for lreatmentI At Miss Nevilles Dr J Park Lwls a member of York committee for the preventionI of blindness and chairman of the I American Medical Associations com mittee on Ophthalmia Neonatorum Dr S E Eliot a representative of the Russel Sago foundation and Miss Van Blarcum executive secretary of the New York committee cane to Kentucky to be at the meeting which formed the association- Dr Lewis Coming KJ The writer was at the meeting In Lexington as a representative from Eastern Kentucky and took the discussion Dr Lewis has I rorulsI ed to come again and go with hint on a more or less extended tour for the study of conditions which the association seeks to relieve- WASHINGTON Icont front Pint rage I is tonight placed at 1034086441 tho this may not be exactly correct as I some of the late appropriations may I not have been Included However it has been the custom of Congress for years to appropriate at each session 50000000 morel than at the last pta Ious one and so really when the CongressIforty millions or so This saving is i however largely due to Pros Taft I hen1sII exactly tho same that was shown in tho estimates During tho final days of the sess lion much useful legislation has been put thru and it is noticeable that I the Republicans are feeling better I and the Democrats worse than during the early days While all of I Pres Tafts measures have not gone thru and a good many that didIget thru are considerably chan still more red legislation has b nIput ono the statute books than at an r r 4r a to You bring yours f a + c time except the first session of Con gress under Roosevelt It is OIlIYIfair to say that the leaders did not intend this to happen but were fOlcedIto it by the insurgents and the presi i dent but it has happened and thIRepublican party is naturally entlt 1 W t 1nutrather have him there than spoil a good campaign issue And now that Congress Is ready jto have the balance footed up It looks t as It those same Democrats would really need the campaign Issue and any others they can get hold of Iirl IPres Tafts awakening to the facttthat he could depend on the Insur gents a good deal better than on the Standpatters came late but it seems to have been thoro and It is safe to say ho will not stand for any j 1 kind of campaign that does not look A to the success of EVERY MEMBER r OF THE PARTY If Roosevelt backs him in this and there are indicat I ions that he will do so it means that the Republicans will put up a fight that will make the Democrats I look as If they had been thru a grist mill even if they do happen to winhAlready Washington is emptying as fast as the members can catch trains The members of the Diploma tic corps have already gone to the t summer resorts Mrs Taft Is at Be tverly Mass and the president has rihis trunk packed Ho will go day or two Th J Supreme Court hasradjourned Time newspaper nien are starting home The only thing that thermosmeter r- j It is entirely too hot to write any someI 1 ed Till then adieu ilI J z WE BUY 5 1 WOOLHIDESANDFUR lteieDesirn +xfoetltaaslnlexeansissiseotrdeeuRdaesce WoaillslsFteeGeetshipas Wrilckpti elitt- II SABEL SONS yowl s sLeni llf- I i 4 u Citizenvt A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting I M d Published every Thursday at Bern CO Ky IncorporatedI Manager IPAYAJIFIN ADVANCE 1OnYear JIM Months 6a Month JS i tlThr money by roatomce or Kipress Money stamps Draft Registered Letter or one ami two The dale after name on label shows toe Sal what date your aub+criplton It paid Kit It not 7 changed within three weeks after renewal rMtssla numbers will be gladly supplied If we I are notified Finopreralumi cheap with new subscriptions and prompt renewals Send for Premium List Liberal terms given to any who obtain new It subscriptions for us Any one sending us four 1 3 1 1 can recteveTheCllisen fie 11 lorhlrailf for one f Advertising rotes on application t stzrsiEx or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION l Chicago boasts 40 cemeteries all f well patronized kI Speaking of sunshine the more you have the more you want J i bl1II tPayinginterest on the mortgage II- i best cures for automobll t I lousncss fI In the matter of capturIng a bus band the girls should remember that coarse work is fatal 1v r r upir1 poses of replanting N Those New York hens that lay black provfncoINAndnow they are mixing poker and Mbridge The antiadulteration laws should bo strictly enforced P German dirigibles havo been making t flights over Holland This may bo sig nificant for it beats the Dutch Farmers are organizing to cut out the middlemen That old reliable end man tho consumer will hold his job r About this time of year tho univer city alumnus after trying to remom i ber his college yell gives it up as a Y 1r i bad Job I The man who stole a duck and troa realfchase the duck According to a scientist dreams are i the fulfilment of wishes At any rate oftt The college professor who Insists tho dangers of kissing have J JIbeenimmensely overrated is making I II ft strong bid for popularity It lifelI train a champion pnze fighter to put a play on the stage with a largo cast t viewed as peace preservers the new I battleships costing 0000000 each i ought to be put under bonds to fur- bIsh us with 12000000 worth of peace Berlin werklngmeji have taken a 1 pledge not to eat butter for three I months That indicates one place where oleomargarine Is likely to be sold for what It la I Los Angeles school children have been ruining their little tummies b- eating4 too much pie The great Amer- Ican c nation may have to establish a censorshipyA St Louis woman who was dying I baked to have her pet dog poisoned That it might accompany her to the Irit world or probably at least un- tilI sho was safely out of St Louis A Chicago judge declares married men have a right to squander some of their money on themselves if they want to Yes judge but how much Thats the real point The recent cannibalistic perform ances in the South sea islands seem to be a conclusive answer to the old charge that the cannibal natives of that part of the world dont like mis blind singer of Massachusetts q f AAa trip in a balloon in order to a new sensation He mado au 01 new record in ballooning he did not remark when he cane down how strange it was to see the ea- rthIdropping away from under him a According to a New York dispatch t wedding rings are passe and smart ti young matrons no longer wear them Perhaps this is because so many smart young matrons havent room weddingr+ kAnow order of tho treasury department prohibits the importation intq United States of the European putting the bird In the same with the mongoose the English tthoiH and fruiteating bats So tar j i this country Is concerned there the cry of tho starling will be not I cant get out but I cant et 1J ty i a J Of I =Distinguished Kentucky = Judges By A Louise Babbage i J S FORRESTER County Judge of Harlan County Ky In the one hundred and ten counties In Kentucky a king could put hlH crown on the heads of at least a score of reliable just judges who have perfect executive ability and are pleasing the people for whom they aro acting as public servants MOUNTAIN JUDGE- A typical mountain man strong in character honest and upright is Hon B A Fuson Judgo of Bell County Court He stands in the front rank of tho judges of our State Since his election last November he has taken a firm stand for the good of Bell Coun ty and the rights of his people One of the best moves which has been made for this county for years Is the recent purchase of the farm and the establishment of the County Infirmary IFusonsone of the largest revenues of graft known in that section of the state DETERMINATIONNEVER Determination Is the secret of sue cess declares Judge R R Wedding who made two races for the nomina tion of county judge of Ohio County before he gained the coveted dIstinc- tion and his election to the office of county judge came as easy as falling off a log Ho has been prominent In politics for twentylive years and has shown himself eminently qualified in every way as presiding officer for tho Fiscal Court of his home county Judgo Wedding is a lawyer of high standingHONOR IN HIS OWN COUNTY- A prophet receives honor scvo In his own country but Judge Robert lee Stout county judge of Woodford County has proved a fact contrary to this proverb He Is a bluegrass man from the crown of his head to tho soles of his feet having been born and reared in Woodford County which is tho birthplace of his parents Mr and Mrs Robert H Stout who are still living Judge Stouts political career began In 1893 when he was elected city attorney of Versailles the county seat and ever since he has climbed steadily to the throne SOUTHERN COUNTY JUDGES- J C Lovltt Judge of Whitley Coun Ly is a staunch Republican and has always been a leader In politics He was elected county clerk one term and is now serving his second term an county judge One of the best known Republican lawyers of Southern Kentucky is Hon J S Forrester judge of Harlan Coun ty who was elected to that office past November In a years time he will have reached his half century life postBUSY AS A BIRD DOG N H Moss Judge of AdaIr County has been a Republican always and has been as busy as a bird dog hi politics since 188C having served 12 years as justice of peace Mr Moss was born September 1 18CO near Gradyvllle where he lost his wife and five children in tho Big Creek flood which happened there June 1907 His home Is at Columbia Ky Judge Moss is a Master Mason HAD SILVER SPOON IN HIS MOUTHIThe happiest political race a man can win is when he is elected on a ticket without opposition and this was the case of W N Cook county judgo of Allen County who went into otnce last November He went into politics with a silver spoon In his mouth for ho has always been fortunate having been county treasurer eight years in succession Ho got his start as a teacher In public schools He lives at Scottsvllle MAY NEVER SET THE WORLD AFIRE BUT IS ALL RIGHT Judge J Percy Scott who was elect ed county judge of Fayette after a Democratic regime extending almost beyond the memory of man is a na tive of Lexington and is about fifty live years of ago Although a Repub lican he has been regarded as a very conservative one with apparent lit tie Interest In politics until his elec r- I A r A I I F P SEBREE County Judge of Carroll County I A W PICKERILL I County Judge of LaRue County KyI I I JOHN P HASWELL JR County Judge of Breckenridge County who has been appointed as Special Judge In Meade and Gray son Counties tion last fall by a combination of Re publicans and dlegruntled Democrats Even then ha regarded his chances of election so remote that he did but a small part In the canvass For many years he has been in the hemp buying and manufacturing busl ness and has accumulated quite a fortune Judge Scott has absolutely no official training unless his service as a member ot the Board of Aldermen of this city be taken Into considers tion Mayor Thomas A Combs a Democrat appointed him to the posi tion giving as his reason that he needed him as an adviser in tho bust ness and financial matters of the cltra statement that was used by the Republicans for all that it was worth during the last campaign Those who know Judge Scott best claim that hes consecrated to duty and predict that while his administra tion zany not be brilliant it will be honest and conservative He has none of the arts of the politician and Js generally regarded us a cold proposition A FORTUNATE JUDGE Last August Dr J D Fitzpatrick was nominated for county judge of Letcher County over his protest and although he was a strong Democrat and tilt county is GOO Republican majority ho was elected in the November election That was hIs first step into political life for he has always been devoted to his medical profession and has a good practice at Whltesburg- AN IDEAL AND LOYAL JUDGE It will bo a hard matter to say too many good things about Hon A W Plckerlll so think the people of LaRuo County and no one could censure them because he Is truly an extraordi nary county Judge He received the Democratic nomination for county 1 Judge in December 1908 and was elected to said office in November 1909 Judgo Plckerlll is secretary of the LaRtio County Fair Association end In ix great measure has made tho fair a success by his untiring efforts In speaking ot Ju ga Plckerlll the other day ono of his homo people said Judge Plckerlll is a mighty tine all round good man Ho Is an ac tive church member and an interested worker in public schools His daughters aro charming young women who add greatly to the social life of lied gensvllle He is not only a prominent sought after man and an impartial county judge but he Is a prosperous farmerGOT KIN FOLKS BACK OF HIM It aristocracy has anything to do with a mans winning a political Taco that Is one reason Hon F P Sebreo was elected judge of Carroll County Judge Sebree has aristocracy piled up in bushel baskets in his family as his father was an own cousin of Col Rich and Johnson Vice President of tho United States Col Johnson will bo forever known in United States his tory as tho layer of the great Indian chief Tecumseh Judge Sobreo has been largely interested In tobacco but has devoted most of his later years to farming and stock raising Ho Is a popular man and a just judge Misses Frances and Ruth daughters of Judge and Mrs Sobrco are most attractive young women of Carrollton ONIOLD STAMPING GROUND- A judge of rare dignity and Judg ment Is Judgo Georgo William Cou- lter of Danville Boyle County Judo Coulter is In his fiftyeighth year of ago and has spent his life In Boyle County on a farm He is now living on land that was owned by his people when Kentucky was Virginia lie started his political career in 1894 when he was elected deputy sheriff of Boyle County serving in that capac- Ity until 1S 97 when ho was elected high sheriff for two terms then judge of the countythe once he now holds It is said that a county never had a better officer and Judge Coulters po- litIcal success Is attributed to that fact and also the fact that ho always attends strictly to his own business and leaves other peoples business aloneA TO THEIR COUNTY- It is a wonder the people of Brack cnrldgo County have not had their leads turned over the honor and laud- ation given her two citizens lion L L Waggoner and Hon John P Has well Jr Mr Waggoner is county judgo lie Is a very conservative man nnd Is exceedingly well liked by his reoplo Mr liitswcll has been twice appointed to preside as special judgo In Mcndo and Grayson Counties besides having succeeded In getting many other political plums lie Is always giving his people glad sur prises and just what he la going to do next In the way of a political stunt is being watched for with eagerness MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CONTROL Judge Garrett Wall is one of the best looking judges in Kentucky and Is as good as ho looks and as successful His life has been a most interests Ing and useful one and his hometown Maysvllle Is qulto proud to claim such a distinguished son Judge Wall Is sixtyfive years of age lie was elected county jUdge of Mason County la 1S73 and again In 1877 and has been honored time and again with other political offices Judge Wall was appointed a mem ber of the State Board of Control by Gov Willson January 10 1910 for the fouryear tenn Ills home is at Mays vlllc and ho baa three children one son Garrett B Wall who has charge of the real estate department of tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co and resides in Richmond W VB A JUDGE OF PROMINENCE James M Denton the judgo of the Circuit Court for the Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Clark Jessamine Madison and Ppwcll Coun ties Is forty years old and lives at Winchester which has been his homo for twentysix years He Is a native of Madison County and was educated in the public schools ot the county and at Central university at Richmond and received his degree of Tau from the University of Virginia Ills parents still live at the little village of Waco in Madison County Politically Judge Denton Is a Democrat and ho has always taken an ac tive Interest in the affairs of the party In April 1302 he was appointed cir cult judge by Gov Beckbam to fill the vacancy occasioned by the d6ath of Judge Thomas J Scott In 1903 ho was elected to the full term without opposition In 1009 he was renoml nated by the Democrats of his dis trict receiving a majority of 2400 over his opponent and carrying 58 of the GO voting precincts In the district The Republicans gave him no opposi tion at the general election He had never held nor sought any other public office Some ot the most important cases In the judicial history of the State have been tried by Judge Benton His decision in the Beren College case which declares the law to be that no mixed school can be conducted in Kentucky was affirmed by the Court of Appeals and also by the Supreme Court at Washington BORN NEAR THE CABIN OF LITTLE ABE Judge F Boone Rapier of the Nelson County Court was bola on Knob Creek In LaRue County within a stones throw of the cabin that was the only home that Abraham Lincoln ever knew in Kentucky He is a son of the late Hon Nicholas A Rapier His education was received at Gethsc manI and Cecllian colleges When a boy ho was elected page in tho House ot Representatives In early life he was married to a neighboring girl in tho person of Miss Solllo Thompson They moved to New Haven whore they remained until ho was elected county court clerk and removed then to Bardstown where he served two terms Then tho greatest sorrow of his life befell him in tho death of his wife Sho is survived by three sons and three daughters who arc threo of tho most charming girls In that city Ho was elected county judgo last November without opposition Ho Is and has always been a staunch Democrat a Roman Catholic and a hlgtuslasa gentleman NOT DEAD YET A PERFECTLY GOOD MAN Judgo Chelf of Ellzabethtown who was elected circuit judge In the Ninth Judicial District last November has had a hard tight for health and has missed presiding over two or threo sessions of court However Judge Chelf says he is not dead yet and will como around all right His optimism is great lie said It is all wrong for a man to got sick in fact anyone who would do a thing like that should be shot but nature somehow or wordhas so arranged things in this that wo must sometimes lay up for ro pnlrs A SUCCESSFUL POLITICIAN OF GRAY30N Judge C W Clagett who is now serving his second term ot office for Grayson County Is fiftysix years old He was born and roared In the same county and lived on a farm until elected county judgo In 1905 He served the county as sheriff tbrco terms ills first term as judge was most satisfactory to the people and ho was again elected In November 1909 upon the Domocratlc ticket as ho is an un compromising lifelong Democrat Ho is n staunch Cumberland Presbyterian nnd stands high In social political and religious circles W R SHACKELFORD A PLEASURE TO ALL W R Shackelford the county judgo of Madison County was elected to that office in November 1909 and as sumed the duties thereof on January 3 1910 Judge Shackelford being hu man has faults but these are overshadowed by his virtues from know- Ing him ono comes to love him and his virtues stand out so prominently that his faults disappear into nothing ness Ho may sometimes make mis takes of jUdgmentthough his judl cial career furnishes few Instances of such Ho will never be aught but truo and just to a litigant or to ono who has claims of any sort on his consld oration and he never lucks the cour ago to maintain anti defend his convic tions and contend for what ho to loves to be right and just OPERATORSMEET Presidents Report Adopted and Offi cers Elected for Ensuing Year IouIsvllle KyTho tenth annual meeting of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators association was held at tho Seelbach and was attended by about fifty members of the organiza lion The meeting was presided over by I P Bernard of Louisville who has been president of tho association since its formation ten years ago and ho was again chosen unanimously to head the association for the ensuing year The reports of President Bern ard and D Stewart Milter of Owens boro were read to the convention and each of the reports wu adopted Tho meeting was held behind closed doors and none ot the matters which came up for discussion were made public by tho Officers or members Tho meeting closed with the election ot all of tho old officers as follows I P Bernard Louisville president F P Wright Bevler vice president D Stewart Miller Owonsboro secretary and com missioner 6 TO CELEBRATE SILVER JUBILEE Covlngton Ky Bishop ODonaghue of Louisville has consented to come here and preach the dedicatory sermon at the silver jubilee of Bishop C P Moca on June 29 at the cathedral Solemn pontifical mass will be held at 930 oclock followed by the sermon The visiting bishop and the clergy will tender a banquet to Bishop Maes following which a procession will form to be reviewed by Bishops Maes and ODonaghuo and the dally ery of a congratulatory address on behalf of the laity by Judge Tracy and the presentation of a purse by the citizens NEW RAILROAD PLANNED Hydcn KyThe railroad surveyors working under the order of tho Fergu son Construction Co of Cincinnati have completed surveys of a railroad on Middle Fork Beech Fork and Greasy and are now surveying a road up Cutshln It Is reported they intend to build a road up one of these forks in Leslie county and are seeing which one has the best grade GAS STRUCK AT CARLISLE Carlisle KyMuch excitement pro vails here on account ot tho striking ot a flow of natural gas on the prop erty of the Carlisle Electric Light Power Co This Is the second strike made there and the present flow shows a pressure of 20 pounds Tho strike was mado at a depth of 311 feet Richmond The city council raised the soft drink and poolroom license from 150 to 500 It Is Also made an offense punishable by a heavy tins to allow minors In them Disappointments of Our Lives By REV F R MARSH Pastor Flnt Congregational Church ton Text What we seo largely determines what we are The books we read and tho sights we witness furnish much of the foodstuff out of which character Is made Indeed we say broadly See- Ing Is believing and limit tho field of marts activities to the boundaries of his horizon- It is not without significance that 1 tho children of Israel dying from fe ver caused by the fiery serpents were told that everyone who looked should live Surely tho principle Is of wider application than this Isolated Incident It can be truly said that only those who look really live Hero IB a blind man Ho never had tho Incentive tt work that comes to every man at tka sight of thousands of his follows thronging our citys streets Intent upon their business Standing oil some mountain peak ho never saw tho crimson bars falling behind tho king of day never know tho glory of God as skies with sun and star and constellations unfold his mighty acts never felt tho inspiration when the night was passed and on the morning sky clusters of purple cloud began to ripen in tho crimson dawn that man does not know nature nor life nor Cod Vision has value Years have passed You have m been living on tho tower You have plunged in tho valleys You have waded deep waters You have scaled iteep heights Sometimes It has beets hard God knows Down the hIgh- ways of the years you have come struggling crying cursing some times praying but tho ideal has not been realized Disappointment means thu failure of ono of two parties to keep an appointment Tho vision has failed Hte is whcro a prophet on a tower is needed Ho can sco some thIngs which you can not You in tho depths below I You In the darkness behind You disappointed at the appointed place hear what tho Lord God says to Habakkuk on the tower Tho vision Is yet for an appointed time though It tarry wait for It because It will surely come Lifes disappointments are a unl versal experience Some disappoint inonta must succeed the certain de Ius Ions of youth The man higher up has spoken a word to us and our cherished plans have crumbled Ilk a jig saw puzzle Joys we havo sought arc crowded back into the future Stern reality has driven beyond today Into that vast tomorrow blessings that seemed almost within our grasp It Is equally true of the moral life In the darkness of some depression we hays had a vision of what wo might be of what wo ought to bo and ot what we said By the grace of i God we will be But we havent At least I hope wo have not attained that Ideal I say hope so because It we have achieved that ambition it means not that we have made wonderful prog ress but that tho vision was too in significant to have lasting value The disappointments of life bo they in secular business Christian work or Christian character may produce one of two results Ono Is despair Hope deferred makes the heart sick Disappointments are like eggs which brooded over and hatched the serpents of despair WhenproductIbegins to ask Whats tho ought to stop and find out The other effect of disappointment 1 may be to call up reserves of strength e eo and new battalions of energy Within the past year three notablo biographies have been published of an actor a soldier and a reporterIRichard Mansfield autocrat ofdhaughty spirit at the beginning of career was offered an Important In a ploy Ho fainted because he been two days without food partIwas too poor to buy and was diately dismissed Disappointment poverty Tecumseh Sherman forty years old wrote I look upon my self as a dead cock In tho pit noOyrworthy of further notice Disappointed r ambition A little English boy whose father was dead whoso mother had abandoned him ran away i from the poor house drifted to Amer tica fought as a confederate soldier tat Shiloh and eventually crowned die 1 appointments with tho laurels of sue tees Ills real name was John Row lands the world knows him by the grace of tho queen of England as Sir Henry M Stanley Think of the disappointments orkthese men and a host of others who r have endured as seeing an invisible vision Paul wrote We are trou bled on every sldo yet not distressed We are perplexed but not altogether without help Persecuted but not for Mt saken Cast down but not destroyedrThis moans that with a vision to be attained there must also be added a vision to secure attainment This means that with an Ideal there must also be added a force to realize that IdealNow with this added help though tho vision tarry wall for It Do not discard the ideal Do not even cramp i tho ideal to fit the real Grow to Its dimensions Do not shirk the task to lieffortsthe right idea before you make It r your Ideal- Then though It tarry your disap pointment will prove heavens appoInt- ment for a future day and God wilt be on time