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C tit IUAPUILISHINGCO P tNCOJUOItATIWl J r PAULKNIR Manager Entered of the pas6oftc at Iltrta Ky at second class lOamatlt- rl THE CITIZEN devoted the Interests the Mountain People itIVol XII Five cents a copy MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 7 1010 One Dollar a year No 2 t c ctBig uotningaieJu- Iy9to23191011 This will be the greatest Bargain Offering ever made in Berea We are over stocked with Spring and Summer suits which must be sold in the next two weeks There will also be a deep cut iimad on all furnishing goods hats etc R R COYLE Berea Kentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK Careful Study of the Tariff Started Taft Withdraws Public Lands Illlnolt Done with Lorlmer Educa tors Meet In Boston ChltfJuitlce Fuller Dead Johnson Defeats Jef fries Wrack In Ohio TARIFF STUDY BEGUN Three tariff experts are already at work tnt careful Investigation of tho thrift rates = 260000 la available for this study of cost of production In foreign countries an wull as In otir own and of all conditions that affect the tariff l DIG AIRSHIP WRECK The Deutschland the giant passenger air ihlp with 33 itersons aboard was lately east in the tree tops of a i German forest No ono was fatally Injured LANUl1Tartthe last congress and has ordered I 840171 acres of land to bo withdrawn trout public sale This change of po licy may be considered as u rebuke to Mr who Is seeking an Interview with the Proeltjont It is rumored that he will nwlgn BIG POUR WRECK Twentythree are dead and thirtyseven injured as a result of a collision between tho Dig Four Limited und a freight train nea MlddlMboro Ohio the Fourth of July SENATOR LORIMBR DOOMMU rL 1j Illinois Is now fully awake to the graft that lute HO long oomiptdd Its legislature A conference of reiwj imitative citizens at Peorta iMt week has ordered thorough investigation of charges against Lorlmer and haa begun work for Important reforms In tended to prevent the recurrence of such conditions SENATOR DANIEL DBADJobn W Daniel Mnlor senator from Vfr glnlu Confederate soldier orator and statesman bAS paused away As a lawyer he was recognized as an authority and wits the author pf two standard books GREAT GATHERING OF EDUCA IonS More than two thousand members of tho National Kduoutlonal Association from all over the country are now attending the fortyeighth annual convention of the organization In Boston All phases of child educa tion are being discussed and the Lost educators of tho land will address the the convention CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER GONE Chief Justice Melville W Fuller of the United States Supremo Court died of heart failure at his homo in Maine tho Fourth of July Ho was in his seventysixth year Of the eight presiding Justices of the highest tri bunal In tho United States ho has the honor of third rank for length of service For twentytwo years he has been duet justice- NICARAGUAN TROUBLE CON TINUES Affairs In Nicaragua con- tinuo I and financial and commercialI Interests suffer It is causing troublo for the nearby nations and may also I t lend to a change of policy on the part of our State Department though I It Is impossible to say what attitude will be taken a r Continued on fifth pge- r r cV t to of BEREA Bellinger BEREA CELEBRATES Once more the Fourth has come lnd gone The enthusiastic celebration oi ofethe wide awake spirit prevailing among her people It takes work and energy to get up such a celebration and carry it through successfully hut It creates community spirit and in calling attention to our town helps in the plan which all cherish of mak ing Barea the best town in Eastern KentuckyAlthough tho weather was threaten- Ing a good sized crowd began to assemble at an early hour John lIen rys nand In costume created amuse ment along the street About ton oclock tho games began on tho ath letic field of the college Everybody was In for a day ot run and enjoyol every event Tho committee on sports had a good program The 100 yards daih for boys under 12 yours was won by Paul Blckndl and Boss Robinson came second The first prize was an express wagon given by the Weich Department store and the second a knife by Parkle Scott The 100 yards uaih for boys under nine was won by George Kirby and the prize was 100 In cash given by the committee Jsolercreated amusement anti was won by Ulysses Wyatt Ills prlw of 200 In mill was on tho top and the little fellow won It with credit The W yard dash for men over au yours was won by Mr J C Bowman It In easy to see that ho has been an ath lete In hit day and his boys corns to it by right HU prize wits a Cnrbo magneUo razor given by Porter Drug Co The ball throwing contest fur young women failed to nmterlalixo not for lack of athletic young wo men but perhaps because it was so hot The heavy event of the day rtw the race for men weighing over lopounds and tho prize was carried off by Harry Woodall What he did with the watormolon given by W H Porter Is not known The obstndo race was won by George It Shepard and tile prize of a straw hat given by R It Coylo came In good The sack race was won by Simon Muncy the prize was 100 In cash given by tho committee The greased pig wu captured by Leslie Powell The pig was either overawed by the oCcasion or the heat and did not prove a hard victim to catch The ball game between College Faculty and Business Men was called at 2 oclock Doth teams came on the field with determination on their faces The lino up for the Business- Men was Earl Hayes catcher Dr W G Best first base G H Gabbard second base L O Lester third base H C Woolf short stop W C Engle right field Kid Richardson center field J M Field left field nail Charles Burdotte pitcher The College line up was C Bender catcher Ellis Scale first base M L Splnk second base C M Cnnfield third base Geo Dick short stop C D Lewis right field Letcher Gabbard center field Carl Hunt left field and Chester Erwin pitcher The game was on In earnest r a KEEP BUSY It is not money that is the root of all evil It is idleness Idleness leads to poverty Idleness invites disease Idleness breeds crimeEverywhere people are to be found who seem to put but little value upon time They may know the full worth of a dollar but they do not seem to have learned that a column of hours may be addedand the result be dollars Idleness and the pupil drops out of the class Industry and be is at the head- Idleness and there are filth and flies in the house and the weeds hide the view from the window and door Industry and the home ho it be a cabin is a place of beauty and roses Idleness and the fence row encroaches upon the field sprouts take the pasture and the farmer complains that the soil is exhausted and he cant make a living Industry and the fence rows are clean the sprouts give way tp clover and the farmers barns and his pockets are full Idleness and the mind feeds upon thoughts of disease and the disease follows Industry and the heath go in other channels activity proves a tonic and vigorous results Idleness and the weeds grow They only need to be let alone Evil and crime are like weeds and industry proves a good resistant- Is it not sop Look about and see IYes that is the reason Bud Adler is out of schooland no job insight while Willie Brown has his diploma and a good position awaiting And you stopped at the Adler home the other day There were the weeds up to tb porch railing the farm all rundown and the barns empty And there were filth and fliesno screens Farmer Adler had no time and Mrs Adler had no time But you found the farmer sitting on the porch whittling and his wife beside him with folded hands Andwhat about Mrs Burchett She has been having spells of some kind for nearly a year And the neighbors report her very sick but the Doctor is your brotherinlaw and he tells you there is really nothing the matter with her It is all in her imagination The fact is the Doctor told you that nearly half of our ailments are imaginary to begin with Didnt he say three fourths You remember how the Doctor laughed when be told you what he gave Mrs Burchett on his last visit A bread pill He said she didnt need a thing except to get interested in something but if he had told her that she would have sent for the other Doctor So he did not tell her And the Doctor your brotherinlaw at the same time called your attention to Mrs Newgatea little mite of a woman that had never been strongand said that she would have been dead long ago if death had ever found her idle long enough to get her scared about herself But it couldnt When she got the house in order she went to the yard or garden and no weeds could grow there for the flowers And how happy she was and how happy her lamilyl- And you dont have to go out of your own neighborhood t see that idleness leads to crime Look at the Feltiu boys They didnt have to work and their parents didnt see the necessity of keeping them busy so they drifted and the weeds grew and two of them are in the pen and one in the house of reform Busy nowl Get busy and get wealth Keep busy and keep health when a heavy rain came up and end ed the sports for the day An Inning and a half was played and the busi ness men wore In the lead when the game stopMd At eleven oclock the literary ox ercises of the day began A platform had been erected at the foot of the hill on the edge of the athletic field and the People on the side of the hill shaded by trees listened in com fort to an excellent program Rev W P Wllks acted as chairman of the day W C Gamble led in tho singing of America the Declaration of Indepen dunce was read by D O Bowman One of the features of the day was a prize contest by young women for tlje best essay on tho Declaration of Independence Tho cpmmltee award ed tho prize a pair of shoes given by R J Engle to Been Hart Ison second place was given to Miss Etta Moore The winning essay was road as part of the program Tho address of the day was by Prof Jas Watt Rains of Bores College on the subject Patriotism It was a- very excellent address full of good sense and straightforward council stimulating and helpful The speaker said that wo should be honest with ourselves at home nail admit that no place needed patriotism more than Kentucky We have been accustomed to lean too much on our past and ought to awake and be doing Patriotism was characterized as some thing else than parade as something needed to secure the welfare of a nation after It has been brought into existence by war In a greater degree oven than In war Itself Wo are lIv- Ing in an age of machinery but Pat riotism Is personal and needed to counteract the mechanical force of our civilization Three main characteristics of pat riotism were given as intelligence efficiency and loyalty Intelligence docs not mean that all should have a college education but that all should bo wide awake Lincoln had no college course but was educated In the highest sense Alfred the Great had tho highest place among English kings because in an age of barbarism he sought to benefit his people by educationEfficiency demands that men should not only be good but good for some thing Industry and self control are necessary to efficiency No one can be a good citizen who spends his time sitting on a dry goods box when ho should bo doing something No man can bo a good citizen who has not enough self control to focus u purpose In life Continued on Fifth rare 4 COMMENCEMENT BURGLARY It has just been discovered that Commencement night In Berea wna disgraced by an unique and surprising act of vandalism- It has always been Prof Edwards custom to sleep the sleep of the just with his door unbarred and his house unguardedIt that this fact bo came known to a member of the col lego department supposedly a bosom friend of the Model School Dean This Individual In the dead hours of Commencement night when all the Inmates of the Edwards home were deeply buried in the somnolescent state because of the strain and heat of the day on cautious toe with fur the Jean Valjean glance crept in the house and up the stairs It was easy to see that his er land was no common one It was to be a departure from tho burglartc standard His face wus pale his eyes burned the sweat stood on his classic brow as he approached a door anti fifteen minutes afterwards unknown to any members of the household he descended tho stairs and fled with his booty He had stolenA BATH ANNUAL UNION S Se PICNIC The Bible School and members of the Congregation of the Union church I will hold their annual picnic at Slate Lick Saturday the 9th of July Teams will leave Union Church first trip at 830 Second trip at 1000 A good time Is promised There will be an old fashioned spelling bee u base ball game sack threelegged and shoe races needlethreading and ladles nail driving contests and class stuntsALL arc invited to COME AND BRING BASKETS Committees on Arrangements FinanceMiss Helen Kneeland and Miss Lu cy Holllday TransportationMr Mr W C Gamble and Jesse Murrlll Games Mr H E Taylor S W Boggs anti Miss Mary Pickering RefreshmentsMiss Moore Mrs Taylor Mrs Cornelius Mr A P Smith Mr S Muncy and Mr L Brown Begging Letters In London It was asserted at the annual meet ing of the London Mendicity society that the total number of begging letters In possession of the society was 238938 r nt c rr NO DEPOSIT Is too small to welcomed at this bank It Is the frequency deposits that shows character Your State Laws Pjt The laws of our state concerns savings banks have been framed to protect the interests of depositors Good banking laws together with good men in the bank are the best protection the depositor can have If you a depositor in this bank you have bothIGood men obeying good lawsthat the guaranteetwe give our patrons If such evidence of protection and service ap peals you we shall be glad have you deposit here You can begin with I 1 Berea Bank Trust Co W H PORTER President J F DEAN Cashier 4 THE POT SIMMERS It is the political pot and it will soon be boiling It is not like the proverbial pot never boiling because It Is watched The political pot is being closely watched and it is go ing to boil boll as it never boiled beforeOur Washington correspondent has stopped writing because congress has adjourned because presumably there will be no news from Washington but there will be news lots of news Some of It may emanate from the Presidents summer home at Beverly Mass Some of It may come from Oys ter Bay but most of It will come from the country at large for a great conflict is Immanent It will be first and all the time the battle of pol iticians shaping the Issues then there will be the charging and coun ter charging of the spellbinders anti finally the great battle of ballots- It will be a great fight the fight for the control of tho next House Representatives Two months ago six weeks ago the advantage seem to altogether with the Demo crats They were confident that tho next House was theirs And the Republicans In their closets were conceding Jt to them The Democrats had been the Interested spectators thru the year of u split in Republi can councils In Congress and in the party at large They saw the G O P going to the bowwows and were glad There was the spectacle of broken platform pledges There was the spectacle of a president fighting his friends and rapidly waning In popularity And to add to the jubl latlon a chance election In Mass showed clearly which way the wind was blowing Another In Now York emphasized tho revolt of the peoplo They had repudiated tho party that had forgotten its pledges But just hero there was an awaken Ing The fault with the president won at uo tlme much more than a compari son with Roosevelt In method of do- Ing things Ills professions were nil right anti the people believed that his heart was all right Ho was their champion pleading for the redemp tion of the party pledges by a reluc tant congress Ho was that In name and profession and suddenly ho becomes that in fact The attempt of certain great railroads to intro duce a new scale of rapes before the passage of the Railroad Rate law which they feared gave him his portunity They were enjoined They sued for peace and ho gained It on his own terms This action was Immensely helpful to the administration In two ways First it was a proof that there way conviction back of the profession and second It showed the need of the legislation that the president urged and with this lever of public need and pilbllc approval the measure was forced thru And the president had gotten n taste One Important measure wits not enough ammunition for the Tall campaign Others must be passed and were passed until the best of administration program was enacted into law Another thing that contributed to the success of the administration in the last three weeks of congress was tho fact that Roosevelt became a more or less certain quantity The rumors that he would side with theI Continued on fifth rage ra f1n t rI Y I Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern fknowledge is to read a good i 4newspaper fJW 5 d r i be of t as are is s an to to 1 of ed be op the a s IN OUR OWN STATE Heavy Rains Cause Damage Watte r sons Son In JallW R Black Judge In New District Shelby MayiOppose Cantrlll Scabies Quarantine will be LiftedBowling Green Votes Wet- WATTERSONS SON SHOOTS Ewing Watterson eldest Ion of Col Henry Watterson Is held in jail with out bail in Kingston N Y for shoot- Ing a hotel keeper Ills father beilieves him partially insane and will endeavor to place him in a private asylumKENTUCKY Ie GETS TAFTS TIME It has been computed that during the past session of congress Kentucky appointments have taken more of the presidents time than any one piece of legislation It is estimated that President Taft has given over 250 hours to hearings on appointments for the state- McCREARY RECALLS FIGHT ExSon McCreary in talking about the JeffriesJohnson fight recalls un I attempt to pull off a prize fight on Kentucky soil thirtytwo years ago when ho was governor After breaki t- Ing up the fight in one place he the track torn up ahead ot the train and the pugilists and about hi1rlfmen were arrested i W R BLACK APPOINTED Governor Willson has appointed the 34th Judicial District of Kentucsy Hon Wm R Black Circuit Judge ot thedlstrict created out of Knox and lature Whitley counties by the last leSlsIBOWLING GREEN WITIn the recent local option election Bowling Green went wet by u majority of la- The county voted dry about 3 to 1JSCABIES QUARANT19I TO DE LIFTED Agriculture Wilson writes Governor Wlllaon thatIpart of Kentucky may be relieved of the national quarantine against sheep scabies Inside of a month SHELBY TO OPPOSE CANTRILL John T Shelby will be nominated as Republican candidate to run against J C Cantrlll for Congress from the Seventh district Ho will likely accept the nomination and would be a welcome candidate lo ninny in both partiesaCRIMINAL SHOT DEAD Roscoo Caskey while resisting arrest in Wolfe county was shot by an offi cer It is not known which officer shot tho fatal shot- LIGHTNING STRIKES FINE r HORSES Lightning struck some valuable horses on the Elmendorf stuck farm near Lexington Saturday morning killing eight horses and colts and Injuring three others The loss runs well Into tho thousands of dol lars BIG FLOOD LOSSES Extensive ruins and cloudbursts the mtirnlng of the Fourth did serious damage and the number drowned is unknown The vicinities of Salyersvlllc Winchester Paris suffered most Tho Licking already swollen rose to a height of thirtyfive feet The Spelling Clan TeacherSpell coincidence Willie Willie I cant spell it but I can tell r what it mean- sTeacherWelli then what does It I meanTWIllIeTwlnsJudge I J 4 t meassess esr a lldl si- Ihlt 1 0 0 I TTtaiPNCBAWFOBB AUTNOR OF JMAaHfeeA ARETHUM Tlfly I lf117fII1 s7 CRRWFURD WEl SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored et a golden be was prospecting and studyingherbs In the vicinity ot her home In central Asia and revealed to him the locaUon of a mine love her inpiretulrntforostrangeriloosure They were followed to the cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the en trance and drew olt tho water supply Saad leavingherebetrothed attempt datoclimb down a cliff overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car rl his out tunnel and a carryingbagKerns she carry pur cult Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prim a donna became engaged in London to Konstantin Lo a wealthy Greek financier lies Intimate friend was Countess Ieven known as Lady Maud whoso husband had been killed by a bomb In St Peters burg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an American who had become one of the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as soon as he heard of her b truihal lie offered Lady Maud fS000009 for winning charity It he would aid him In the singer from Baraka approached IiOKOthetl at Versailles with rubles to sell He presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and cent It to Venice Ho was visited by Baraka In male attire She gave him a ruby after the American had told her of having seen In the United States a man answering the description of the one she loved The American followed Margaret to the Bayreuth Parsifal festival CHAPTER V Continued Mr Van Torp was fond of music quite apart from his admiration for the greatest living lyric soprano and toBayreuth4 meant to hear Wagners masterpiece and supposed that there would not be any difficulty about such a simple mat ter nor about obtaining no sort of I rooms he was accustomed to in the t sort of hotel ho expected to find whew so many rich people went every other year Any one wno Las been to the holy place of the Wagnertans can Imaglno hli surprise when after infinite difficulty ho found himself his belongings and his man deposited in one small attic room ot a Bavarian tanners house with ono featherbed ono basin and one towel for furniture Stemp said Mr Van Torp this is a heathen town Yes air 1 suppose Im thought close about money continued the millionaire thinking aloud but I call 5 a day dear for this room dont you Yes sir I do indeed I call it downright robbery Thats what I call It sir Well I suppose they call it bus ness here and quite a good business too But Id like to buy the wholo thing and show em how to run It Theyd make more in tho end Yes sir I hope you will sir Beg pardon sir but do you think it would cost a great deal Theyd ask a great deal anyway answered the millionaire thoughtfully Stcmp suppose you get mo out somo things and then take a look around t while I try to get a wash in thatthat teaservice there Mr Van Torp eyed the exiguous basin and Jug with some curiosity and much Contempt Stemp impassive and correct under all circumstances unstrapped a valise laid out on the bed what his master might need and inquired if ho wished anything else There isnt anything else an twered Mr Van Torp gloomily When shall I come back sltT In 25 minutes There isnt half an hours wash in that soupplate anyway Ho eyed the wretched basin with a glance that might almost have cracked It When his man had gone ho proceeded to his toilet such as it was and solaced himself by softly whistling as much of tho Good Fri day music as ho remembered little dreaming what it was or that his performance was followed with nervous and almost foverlsh Interest by the occupant of tho next room in the at tic a poor musician who had saved and scraped for years to sit at tho musical feast during three days E sharp cried an agonized voice on tho other sldo of tho closed door In a strong German accent I know it is B sharp I know it Mr Van Torp stopped whistling at once lowered his razor and turned a mask of soapsuds in tho direction whence the sound came Do you mean moT ho inquired In a displeased tono I mean who whistles tho Good Friday music answered tho voice I tell you I know it is E sharp In that place I have the score I shall show Jou If you believe not lIes mad observed Mr Van Torp beginning to shave again Are you a lunatic he asked pausing aft er a moment Wbnta tho matter with you anyhow Shall IT Well now thats a funny sort of a rule for a hotel isnt IU I go complain of you retorted the other and Mr Van Torp heard a door opened and shut again In a few minutes ho had done all that tho conditions would permit in the way of making hmself presentable and jut as he tuft tho room he was met by Stcmp tho 25 minutes bo ing frust over I am a musician I tell you I am a pianist Its tho same thing said Mr Van Torp working carefully on his upper Up under Ms right nostril I shall toll you that you aro a bar barlan retorted the voice Well that doesnt hurt amawered Mr Van Torts He heard a snort ot scorn on the other side and there was silence again But before long as ho got away from his upper lip with tho razor he unconsciously began to whls tlo again and ho must havo mado tho same mistake as before for ho was interrupted by a deep groan ofpan from tho next room Not feeling very well ho inquired in a tono of dry Jocularity Stomach upsetE sharp screamed tho wretched pianistVan I Torp could hear him dancing with rago or pain See here whoever you aro dont call names I dont llKo It SeoT Ive paid for this room and Im going on whistling if I like and just as long as I like You say you make noises you like cried tho infunated musician Oh no You shall not Thero are rules We aro not in London sir we are in Bayreuth If you make noises you shall be thrown out of the houseVery good sir Ill do what I can Tell You I Know sir said the excellent man as Mr Van Torp pointed to the things that lay about As he went out he recognized the voice of his neighbor who was talk- Ing excitedly in voluble German somewhere at tho back of tho house Hes complaining now thought Mr Van Torp with something like a smileHo had already been to the best hotel in tho hope of obtaining rooms and he had no difficulty In finding it again He asked for Mme da Cor dova Sho was at home for it was an off day he sent in his card and was presently led to her sitting room Times had changed Six months earlier ho would havo been told that thero had been a mistake and that she had gono out She was Mono a letter sho had been wri i lay unfinished on the queer little desk near tho shaded window and her pen had fallen across the paper On tho round tablo in the middle of the small bare room thero stood a plain white vaso full of corn flowers and poppies and Margaret was standing there rearranging them or pretending to do so She was looking her very best ana as sho raised her eyes and greeted him with a friendly smile Mr Van Torp thought sho had never been so handsome before Margaret held out her hand and he took It and though itn touch and her friendly smile wero like a taste of heaven Just then ho pressed her fin gers neither tpo much nor too Httlo and his taco betrayed no emotion Its icry kind ot you to receive me Mlw Donne ho said quietly- I think its very kind of you to como nnd see me Margaret an swered Como and sit down and tell me how you got hereand why Well he answered slowly as they seated themselves side by sldo on the hard green sofa I dont suppose I can explain so that youll understand but Ill try Different kinds of things brought me I heard you were here from Lady Maud and I thought per haps I might have an opportunity for a little talk And thenoh I dont know Ivo seen everything worth seeing except a battle and Parsifal and as it seemed so easy and you were here I thought Id bavo a look at the opera since I cant see the fightMargaret laughed a little- I hopo you will like It sho said Have you a good seat I havent got a ticket yet an swered Mr Van Torp in blissful ig noranceNo The prima donnas sur prise was almost dramatic But how in the world do you expect to get ono now Dont you know that the seats for Parsifal are all taken months beforehand Aro they really He was very calm about it Then I suppose I shall havo to get a ticket from a speculator I dont see anything hard about that My dear friend thero are no spec ulators hero and thora are no tickets to be had You might as well ask for the moon I can stand then Im not afraid of getting tired There are no standing places at a11l No ono is allowed to go in who has not a seat A week ago you might II It Is E Sharp A g I possibly have picked up one In Mun ich given up by some one at the last moment but such chances are jumped at I wonder that you oven got a place to sleep I Well its not much of a place said Mr Van Torp thoughtfully Theres ono room tho size of a horse box one bed ono basin one pitcher and one towel and Ive brought my valet with me Ivo concluded to let him sleep while Im at the opera and hell sit up when I want to go to bed Box and Cox I dont know what holl sit on for theres no chair but hao got to sit- Margaret laughed for ho amused her I suppose yovre exaggerating a little bit she said Its not really quite so bad as that faltT Its worse Theres alunatic in the next room who calls me E Sharp through tho door and has lodged a complaint already because I whistled while I was shaving Its not a very good Motel Who is E Sharp any way Maybe that was tho name of the last man who occupied that room I dont know but I dont like the idea I of having a mad German pianist for a neighbor Ho may get In while Im asleep and think Im tho piano and hammer tho life out of metho way they do Ive seen a perfectly now piano wrecked In a single concert by a fel law who didnt look as if he had tho strength to kick a mosquito Theyre so deceptive pianists I Nervous men aro often like that and most pianists aro nothing but nerves and hair He amused her for sho had never seen him in his present mood E sharp IB a note sho said On the piano its Ute same as F natural someolthing 1 sicians really suffer It ono does that But it must bavo been something rather complicated to have an E sharp in It It wasnt Suwanoo Rriver nor tho Washington Post either I In deed I should rather like to know what it was Old tunes I picked up when I was cow puncbing years ago answered Mr Van Torp I dont know where they camo from for I never asked but theyre not like other tunes thats certain and I like them They remind mo of tho old days out west when I had no money and nothing to worry about Im very fond of whistling too Margaret said I study all my parts by whistling them so as to save my voiceReally I had no idea that was possibleQuite Perhaps you whlstlo very well Wont you let mo hear the tune that irritated your neighbor tho pian 1st Perhaps I know it too Well said Mr Van Torp I suppose I could I should be a little shy before you ho added quito naturally If youll excuse mo Ill just go and stand before tho window so that I cant see you Perhaps I can manage it that wJl- YIlargnret who was bored to the verge of collapse on the off days thought him much nicer than he had formerly been and she liked his perfect simplicity Stand anywhere you like the said but let mo hear the tune Van Torp rose and went to the window and sho looked quietly at his squaro flguro and his massive sandy head and his strong neck Presently he began to whistle very softly and perfectly IP tune Many a streetboy could do as well no doubt and Mrs Rushmoro would havo called it a vul gar accomplishment but the mag nlficent prima donna was too true a musician as well as a singer not to tako pleasure in a sweet sound even If it were produced by a streetboy But as Mr Van Torp went on she opened her eyes very wide nnd held her breath There was no mistake about it ho was whistling long pieces from Parsifal as far as it was pos sible to convey an Idea of such music by such means Margaret had studied it before coming to Bayreuth In order to understand it better she had now already heard it once and hall felt tho greatest musical emotion other llfoono that had stirred other emotions too strange ones quite new to her She held her breath and listened and her eyes that had been wide open in astonishment slowly closed again Longlegs In pleasure and presently when ho reached the Good Friday her own matchless volco floated out with her unconscious breath In such perfect octaves with his high whistling that at first ho did not understand but when he did the rough hard man hlmjnelffaintly and then without them following tho Instru mcntatbn to tho end of tho scene beyond what ho had ever heard Then there was silence In tho dad neither of the two moved for some moments but at Van Torp turned and back I Thank you ho said in a low voiceMargaret smiled and passed her hand over her eyes quickly as if to dispel a vision sho had soon Then shospokeDo really not know what that music Is she asked Really reallyOh quite honestly I dont Youre not joking Youre not laughing at moT n Ho could not understand I shouldnt dare ho Youve been whistling some of Parshtl of the most beauti ful that over was written and you whistle mavollously for Its anything but easy Where in tho world did you learn it Dont toll mo that those aro old tunes you picked up on a California ranch Its all the Van Torp answered Ho told her of tho two foreigners who used to whlstlo together in the evenings and how ono was supposed to havo been shot and the other had disappeared no one had known whith er nor had cared All sorts of young fellows used to drift out there he said and one couldnt tell whore they camo from though I can give a guess at where some of them must have been since Ire seen tho world Thero were younger sons ot English gentlemen fellows whoso fathers were genuine lords maybe who had not brains enough to got the army or the church There were cashiered Pius alan officers and Frenchmen who had most likely killed women out of jeal ousy and Sicilian bandits and brok en society men tram Now York There wore all sorts And thero was me And wo all spoke different kinds ot English and had different kinds ot tastes good and badmostlY bad There was only ono thing wo could all do alike and that was to ride I never thought of you as riding Margaret said Well why should you But I can because I was just a common cowboy and had to for a living Its Intensely Interestingwhat a strange life you have had I Tell me about yourself wont you T Theres not much to tell it seems to me said Van Torp From being a cowboy I turned Into miner and If Hes the Fellow We Used to Call Levi on the Ranch I music room last came said some music true same into more struck a little silver and I sold that and got into nickel and I mado tho Nickel Trust what it Is moro by financing it than anything else and I gat almost all of it And now Ivo sold tho whole thing Sold tho Nickel Trust Margaret was quite as much surprised as Lady Maud had been Yes I wasnt mado to do one thing long I suppose If I were I should still bo a cowboy Just now Im hero to go to Parsifal and since ycu say those tunes aro out of that opira I daro say Im going to like it very much Its all very uncanny Margaret raid thoughtfully I wonder who those two men were and what became of tho ono who disappeared Ive a strong impression that I saw P him in Now York the other day Van Torp answered If Im right hes made money doing Quito well I should think It wouldnt surprise me to hear hed got together a million or soIstories grow more and more Interesting If hos the fellow wo used to call Loyl Longlegs on tho ranch hoa a Russian now Im not perfectly sure for ho had no hair on Ida faco then and now ho has a beard like a French sapper But the eyes and tho nose and tho volco and tho accent are tho same and tho ago would about cor respond Handsome man I suppose youd call him Ills name Is Krnllnsky Just at present and hos found a whole mine ot rubles somewhere Really I love rubles They are my favorlto stones Are they Thats funny Ivo got an uncut ono in my pocket now It youd like to see it I bollovo It cornea from Krallniky mine too though I got it through a frlond of yours two or three days ago A friend of minor Ho was poking his large fingers Into one of tho pockets of his watt coat in search of the atone Mr Logothotl he said just aa ho found it Hes discovered a band some young woman from Tartary or somewhere who has a tow rublos to sell that look very much like Kra huskys This is ono ot them Ho had unwrapped tho stone now and ho offered It to her holding It out In tho palm of his hand She took It delicately and laid It In her own which was so white that the gem shed a delicate pompogranatocolorcjf light on the round admired It turned it ovor with oat finger hold It up towards the window and laid It In her palm again But Van Torp had sat her thinking about Logothotl and tho Tartar girl Sho put out her hand to give back tho ruby- I should like you to keep It It you will ho said I bant forget the pleasure Ive bad in seeing you like this but youll forgot all about I our meeting hore tho atone may just make you remember it sometimes He spoke so quietly BO gently that she was taken off her guard and was touched and very much surprised to fool that she was Sho looked Into his eyes rather cautiously rememborIing well how she had seen something terrifying In thcqj it she looked an Instant too long but now they mado her think of the eyes of a largo affectionate bulldog rra giveItments hesitation but I dont like to accept anything so valuable now that Im engaged to be married Konstantla might not like It But youro BO kind give mo any llttlo thing of no value that you bavo In your pocket for I moan to remember this day Indeed I do I gave nothing for tho ruby said I Van Torp still not taking It from her so It has no value for me I wouldnt 1 offor you anything that cost me money now unless It was a theater for your own Perhaps tho things glass after all Ive not shown It to any jeweler Tho girl made mo take it because I helped her in a sort of way When I wanted to pay for it aho tried to throw It out of tho window So I had to accept it to calm her down and sho went off and loft no address and I thought Id like you to have ItIf you would Are you quite qulto sure you did not pay for IU Margaret asked wo aro going to be friends you IfIplease always bo very accurate Ivo told you exactly what pened said Van Torp Wont you take it nowr Yes I will nnd thank you very much Indeed I lovo rubies and this is a beauty and not preposterously big I think I shall havo It sot as It In uncut and only polished so that will always be Itself Just ai ItIgavo it to me I shall think of the Good Friday music and tho chimes and this hideous little room and your clever whistling whenever I look at It Youro kind today said Mr Van Torp after a moments debate as to whether ho should say anything at all Am n You mean that I used to ba very disagreeable dont you Sho smicd as she glanced nt him I must havo been Im sure for you used to frighten mo over so much But Im not In tho least afraid ot you fowl I Why should any ono be afraid of smilehadwhen a drop was expected withoutlookingTell mo all about the Tartar girl she said Instead of answering his question Van Torp told her BarakaM history as far as he knew tt from Logo thetl TO BE CONTINUED WINE WOMEN AND WAGES By Rev M A Matthew D D Pastor of ChurdaSltI In calling to your attention the per flexing problems included in the title of this sermon you are no doubt willing to admit that It is impossible to give an exhaustive review of the underlying conditions and causes It we aro successful in making you think arrive at a conclusion and form- a a resolution the sermon has accom pushed its purpose In fact It is not the purposo of a sermon to relieve the audlenco of mental exercise Its best work has been done when It createa im appetite for Bible study invest t nation and honest thought when it provokes the auditors to think and forces them to arrive at logical sane spiritualf conclusions Tho work ot this pulpit has always been dune along that line It docs not tty to Inject hypodermic doses of encyclopedia Into the audience It I leaves that work to superficial al leged students If In this sermon you icon be provoked to think to act and to do your Christian duty every ono will bo satisfied Wine women and wages havo been since the catastrophe in the Garden of Eden very obstreperous subjects No man pretends to know everything about them In fact one of thorn is very elusive and perhaps will never bel fully understood until albs reaches I Paradise regained The more elUalva e the subject tho more fascinating the study and the more exciting the pur suit of knowledge- These three problems aro ever with oil and will remain with us and will continue to be serious problems until the end of the ages Many ridiculous foolish and harmful solutions remain unsolved One is prone to think and bellovo tho time has arrived for seri Wus sane righteous efforts to bet made at remedying tim conditions now confronting us Tho harmful effects of Intoxicating beverages havo been apparent to atu dents for the last 6000 years Drunkenness la a crime against God against inan against society against r the home church and child There Is no excuse for It There II no Ibglcal ereason to suntaln It It has been tried nnd condemned before every bar ofc justice before public opinion and by every thinking man who has over lived or who now live Drunkenness must cease If tho man who makes a beast of himself wore the only ono Involved we might become cold hearted and cruel enough to say Let him drink himself to death go to tho dogs and be de voured by tho vultures The man who makes a beast of himself who i destroys bit lifo by strong drink and fwho wallows In the gutter perhaps deserves no more consideration How Involvedthischildren are to bo pitied society Is to bo protected and posterity is to bo ro mted from Inheriting his habits tendencies and diseases Many remedies have been tried for drunkenness Tho man who comes Unto this world cursed by heredity i iwlth a tendency to drink Is to be ipltlcd He ought to have every effort Iimade In his behalf that could pos sibly prevent him from following his inclinations to tho drunkards grave and to the drunkards cell It Is Im possible for a man who dies a drunk ard to be saved No drunkard who dies r ofit 1 ICItizonlhlp of heaven There are no I Drunkards in heaven In order for a 1k1 drunkard to be saved he must turn a from his evil ways glvo up his life jot Mn accept Jesus Christ as his per- Sonal Savior bo regenerated by the holy Spirit and then he can bo saved in this life and from himself his np petites and his passions The man who deliberately contracts the habit of drunkenness deservesi physical punishment ostracism and the Infliction ot every pain that will make him conscious of tho wrong bo- Is perpetrating against his family and society I perhapsr man who disregards his family and shows I contempt for society by deliberately getting drunk ought to be stripped to Iitho waist tied to a public whipping y pot and given 39 lashes on his naked iback once a week for six months If i that remedy wero applied somo of your genteel drunks who are do strayIng their families dissipating their property Insulting society and damning young men would bo Immedi ately and effectually cured L The Idea of a man getting drunk going homo and Insulting his family abusing his little helpless wife terrorizing and cursing his little chil dren Is repugnant to every thought Ills poor helpless wife and little chil dren seem to be without remedy at the hands of your courts because justice is administered by nambypam by men who seem to bo afraid to pun ish a genteel rascal Tho whipping post ought to bo established for wife beaters professional drunks and men who disregard their duties to tholr families their children and society Remember that I said I was deeply Interested in and sorry for the man who Is born a drunkard and by inher itance was cursed with an appetite for demonized wine Such a man if he becomes a drunkard ought to bo tried for Insanity and confined In an asy jum for Hf I 11 iii I jl it t Midsummer Hats IU8T for the heads of youth and loveliness ono of that small com I pany of designers who mako Paris the top o tho world In millinery has given to us these three things of beauty for the summer girl They look so simple And they are in real ity only broadbrimmed leghorn and hemp shapes with plumes and ribbon or flowers and ribbon for garniture But their simplicity Is only seeming It is tho result of a deep study of lines by a gifted artist It Is like tho simplicity of a perfectly plain and perfectly fitted tailored coat a thing difficult of achievement These broad brims droop and lift flowing about the faco and head In lines that mako us wonder end envy not at their own sweet will but by the careful calculation of the mind that planned them They are In deed fitted to tho faco and head They compel us to note how thoy silhouette an exquisite profile or point to the fine line of the eyebrows or play up the depth of the eyes or veil half tho pretty taco In mystery On tho broad brimmed leghorn with black velvet facing a mass of dell cato tullo roses and a curious lily In black velvet are banked against the crown The brim drooping gradually at tho left Is so wide that It throws the entire profile Including the beautiful throat and tho neck into high relief Tho girl who chooses this must possess a profile worth while be cause it will stand out like a stone cameo with such a hat for a back ground Tho hemp hat covered with oddly mounted uncurled ostrich plumes Is of a sort to carry oft tho honors at PRETTY FOULARD WAISTI This simple waist Is of dotted foulard white ground with bluo dots It Is trimmed on each side of the front with a band of embroidery in colors bordered with rolls of liberty Tho full front Is of white silk voile the collarette and sleeve ruffles are ot lace Take Good Care of Your Gloves Gloves ore another Item about which many do not concern thorn solves sufficiently A soiled glove looks as badly as a soiled collar yet no ono would think of wearing the latter whereas gloves that reel with dirt and germs are worn with tho greatest disregard for appearances and hygiene Fastidious women find the chamois glove a delightful substi tute for tho regular kid an It can be washed when suited wears as well as any other and is much more comfort able Gloves like stockings should be mended the moment they begin to show wear in fact every garment requires Constant Inspection to keep it In condition and always ready for use The Delineator I 1 tho Grand Prix where millinery and horses triumphbut mostly millinery It would surely hqld Its own In qny meeting of those whd make dress a study and vlowlth ono another in dis play Happy the bride or bridesmaid who may Indulge herself In Its coun terpart It Is a hat for high occasion Thoro are four long but not heavy plumes more like a soft mass of snow than anything else In nature Thoro Is almost no curl In the long fibers Such a hat never was and never will be out of style Tho third hat is moro distinctly of the season It has a bellliko brim with irregular edge and a fairly tall crown Fuor long plumes are mounted at tho right under a bow that Is more than largo They fall completely over tho crown to the left brim Ono half tho taco IB in shadow from the sharp droop of the brim This hat Is almost universally becoming All these hats aro set on tho head In the proper position It will be noticed that tho pose Is dignifiednot rakish The crowns aro posed as they should bo directly on top of the head It Is the modeling of the brims that gives each hat Its Individuality and makes each extraordinary As studies in midsummer high art millinery they must interest everyone Those who would like facslmlles of anyone of these must consider wheth er their features are of the some class or not and remember that tho rest of the toilette must play up to the hat Such millinery Is Immensely useful for it Is brimming over with good sug gestions which we will do well to follow somo of them at a discreet distance JULIA BOTTOMLEY SUMMER BEDROOM IN COLORS Soft Shade of Green One of the Most Appropriate That Can Be- Deviled A beautiful green room of a sum mer cottage has been produced with green woodwork In ono ot the restful sagegreen tints tho walls papered in a plain cartridge paper with a frieze of stray vines all In different shades of the same cool color The wicker fur niture Is finished In a forest green stain and the carpet Is covered with a green and white rug of fine joint less matting Sheer whlto mull cur tains hang at tho windows with straightfalling draperies of liberty silk of the same color over them A candlesticktourthe bed It is a straight column resting on a square block base tho fluted finish outlined in green It holds a large green wax candle at the side of which Is a little holder for a box ot roomIhlgblightdued tone Black Jewelry to the Fore Black Jewelry Is threatening a return to extensive vogue Whenever any calamity abroad brings a proml nent part of the populace into mourn ing black jewelry Is sure to come around again Persons who remember the death of tho prince consort tell interesting tales ot tho extent to which the craze went at that time Everybody wore black ornaments and jet Jet Is already In high esteem with the powers that direct tho ward robe and has been for a year or moro but tho manufacturers aro getting ready for a still greater demand for It than they have seen for two genera tions at least Salt For Freckles If you aro troubled with freckles try putting a teaspoonful of salt In a basin of water nnd bathing the faco with It Do this occasionally and see how quickly they will fade I PETERS CONFESSION Sonihy Sclool Lena for July 17 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTM tthew 161JK Memory verse 26 GOLDEN TEXTThou art the Christ the Son of the living Qod Matthew 1016 TIMEAutumn of A D 23 PLACE The picturesque rrelon around Caeiarea Philippi at the base of Mount Ilermon About 2S mlle northeast of the Sea of asides- Suggestion and Practical Thought The Disciples Have a New Vision of Jesus as the MslahVs 1317 He asked his disciples after he had been praying alone Luke As usual the great epoch the new work began In prayershowing its importance Ills object seems to have been to draw out the faith of his disciples nnd to reveal to them moro fully his nature and hIs redeeming work Whom do men say that I tho Son of man amt 14 Some say John the Baptist returned to life Among these was Herod Matt 141 2 Some Elias Greek form of Elijah who was tho expected forerunner of the Messiah Mal 45 Matt 1114 Or Jeremlas Greek of Jeremiah a representative of the prophets being the first named In tho Jewish canon Or ono of the prophets Ie that one of the old prophets Is risen again Luke 919 1C nut whom say ye that I am Observe ye plural and by position in the Greek exceedingly emphatic 16 And Simon Peter Tho some what Impulsive nature of Peter made posslblo to him quick insight new visions of truth Thou art the Christ Tho Messiah for whom the Jews were looking for whom the ages had been preparing The Son of the living Cod such a one as alono can be the Savior of the world No mere man however great can be our Supreme Leader and Savior I 17 Blessed ore thou Because I thou bast opened thy heart to tho truth Faith knowledge of Christ as the Son of God almighty to save and infinite in love a heart in which truth finds a natural soil a character in harmony with Jesus broader outlooks into truth are all exquisite blessings Simon Barjona Simon son of John For flesh and blood hatti not revealed It unto thee The New Trust Committed to the Disciples Vs 1820 Although the understanding of the Messiah and his kingdom was very imperfect yet Jesusshowed them how great was the trust committed to them and how heavy the responsibilities laM upon them This was a prfrt of their train ing It would give them a deep Inter est In the subject and lead to a more earnest search after the trnth 19 I will give unto thee ns the representative of all The others were Included as Peter had nothing in kind that the rest did not have Matt 1818 John 2023 In Rev 2114 the 12 apostles are 12 foundation stones of tho heavenly city Seo also Eph 2 20 20 Tell no man Only those who knew Jesus as they did could under stand To present Jesus as the Mes slab would lend some to try to make him a worldly king according to their ideas of the Messiah and repel those who saw that it was impossible for Jesus to do what they wanted their Messiah to do The Now Revelation as to How the Christ the Messiah Must Accomplish- His Work Vs 2123 Jesus now began to tell his disciples what ho must do In order to be the Messiah Ho I must suffer and die for tho sins ot the world There Is no other way 23 Jesus sold unto Peter Publicly before them all Get thee behind me Satan Satan means ad versary the great enemy of all good used In the Saviors time as a proper name Ho did not call his apostle Satan a devil but he looked for the moment through Peter and saw behind him his old enemy who had presented the same temptation in the wilderness The Cross the Way to the Crown for the Disciples as for the Christ Vs 2426 If any man will come aft er me let him deny himself Renounce self as master and accept Christ as master When the heart ac cepts Jesus and chooses God then the whole lower nature all passions alms desires are to be subjected not only to conscience but to Jesus Take up his cross Dally not merely on special occasions And follow me do what 1 am doing live according to my plan and aim The Supremo Example and Proof of tho Above Teaching Vs 2728 Tho life ot Jesus had presented to his fol lowers seemed hard and discouraging They may well have felt as Pliable did when on his way to the Celestial City persuaded by Christians pictures ot its glories to undertake the journey ho suddenly found himself plunged Into the Slough of Despond and exclaimed Is this tho happiness you have told me all this while oU So Christ seemed In effect to say Are you discouraged 1 Do you heal tate to follow me under such circum stances Let mo open the windows of tho Future that you may see how my teaching is fulfilled in your lerder now on his way to suffering and death but you shall see him raised from the dead For the Son of man shall come in tho glory of his Father with his angols and Thor be ome stand ing here which shall not taste of doath till they sea the Son of man coming In his kingdom If we read aright they did see it and he rendered nevry man according to his works 7 if 1835 Berea College im FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS- A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thoso least advanced Samo lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students ArlthmeUo and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Form and Household Management ole Free tort booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young porson for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to got a flrstclasa certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees i Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money received t from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays In This great deficit is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcrea to order that it may train young men and women tea lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except tlioso with parents In Berea live Jn College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses Write to tho Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weathfcr warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week le- the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring fiO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and is returned j when tho student departs 1 Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care ot school build- Ing hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Feo for most 1 students Is 501 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 in ColiC glato courses PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE incidental feo and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments aro as follows FALL Model School VocationalNormal Academy I Colleges Incidental Fee 500 COO 700 Room 560 500 560 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 1 Total for term 2950 3050 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3109 WINTERIIncidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 90P 900 Amount due Jan 4 1911 200t 2109 220i Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 909 900 906 Total for term1 2900 3000 3109 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 1 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 675 Amount duo March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks duo May 3 1911 675 675 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400KREFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fraction of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there ls a large loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the lnstltUtion will refund only onehalf ot the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the mlddlo of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalf the incidental foe paid which certificate will bo received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by tho sin 1 dent in person or a brother or sister it presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is Septqmber 14 1910 The first day of Winter term is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term Is March 2 1911 For information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary WILL C GAMBLE t BEREA KENTUCKY l J jL t I r t I iJj of I 1 1dh tfv JWK 1A uWf L t tf Jr r Everything in A DRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES ANDj t CHILDRENS WEAR 4rrx k I Ic J a EF COYLEYou paYllssor get mere Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES DR BEST11 DENTIST cxrr raexs Ua ernes OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident- Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Plants For Sale Cabbage and celery plants for salo at the college garden or phone J x R Mullett Mr R M Bradshaw the president ot the bank at McKee was in town last weep ou business Mr Ben T Head the president I of the Gadsden Land and Improve ment Co was In Berea a short time ago for a few days L Mr and Mrs C A Fulkerson who have been visiting here since com mencement returned to their home last Friday Large building lot for sale on Prospect Street Apply to W L Flanery Miss Mamie Hunt who has been teaching at Saluda N C came last Wednesday for a visit with Misses Nina and Bertha King She is on her way to her home in Cincinnati Misses Etta Moore and May Harrison entertained their Sunday school classes at a lawn party at Mss Moores homeFriday afternoon Miss Bess Hays returned last week to her work in Gadsden Ala after a visit of several days with her par ents here Miss Cora Marsh left last Saturday for her home In Wisconsin Mr Jesse Huff Is spending a few weeks In Berea For sale or rent one or a halt doz en good barber chairs One hydraulic Also other fixtures necessary to com plete a shop Ro H Chrisman The Furniture Man I Mr and Mrs A E Bender left Monday for Toledo Ohio for a vis It with Mr Benders sister Mr lien der expects to enter school at Ada Ohio this fall and finish a course in Civil Engineering Mr W H Porter was In Louisville at the first of the week Several of the professors wives with their children left today for Lake Qhautauuua N Y to spend a part of the summer WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices- J S Gott Depot Street Mr and Mrs Walter Ellis came Sunday from their home In Dallas Texas for a short visit with homo folks I Mr and Mrs Lucian Cade were visiting at Mr and Mrs B F Van Wlnkles over the Fourth Quite a number of the Berea peo ple attended a convention for the Christian churches of Madison Coun ty hold at Klrksvllle last Thursday Lumber for sale Seven to ten thou sand feet Jas Coyle Berea Ky The Ladles Aid Society of the I Methodist church will give on Ice cream supper Saturday night July 16 Come one and all There will be a box and basket dinner at Valley View on the fourth Sunday In July It Is hoped that till within reach will go with full baskets and something In their purses for an effort will be made to raise enough money to pay off the debt on the Baptist church at that place This Is a good cause and The Citiz en wishes the good people success In this attempt to rid their church of debt Let those who can lend a help Ing hand Rev J W Parsons sends us the announcementR The Furniture Man will retire your buggy with the best rubber that can be had for 14 15 and 16 Mr J B Barber manager of the Spoke factory Is on the sick list this week Mrnnd Mrs E Lr Roberts Mrs Matheny Mr and Mrs McLaren Mrs Marsh with Weir children left Thursday for Chautauqua N Y They were accompanied by Miss Arcy Lowen and Miss Amanda Eversole The Lester heirs sold two lots east of the home place last weok to John Welch W H Bower sold his property In the west end of town last week to Mr Jesse Kinnard Mr Bower has moved Into one of J K Bakers houses Judge L D Lewis of Perry Counties passed thru Be JClrcllit way to Louisville to ut of the Association of Louisville this week Mrs Lewis Is visiting relatives in Berea nowT C Deatherage of Richmond was In Berea last Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs W C Hunt took dinner at Boone Tavern Sunday Prof Robertson will preach at the Union church Sunday Prof J Watt flame left yesterday for Boston where he will attend the Harvard Summer school until the middle of August I have fortythree good secondhand organs all makes and styles some good as new which I will rent or sell on easy payments The next time you are hemstitch lag try rubbing dry soap on the material where the threads are to be pulled They will come out like magic This can be used for the flnetft or heaviest materials without injuring themFrom Womans Home Com panion JACKSONSMITH Friends of Miss Sue Smith were very pleasantly surprised to hear of her marriage last Tuesday in Rich mond to Mr M C Jackson of Nashville After staying over night at Boone Tavern they left Wednesday noon for their home In Nashville Mr Jackson superintended the construc tion of the Cumberland Telephone line Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm bestrdont forget the chinaware at J MRS EARLYS u 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 ofthe most particular people in town come here for these nice things that make up our toilet goods department We would value highly your opinion of them If you have not patronized our perfumery counters we invite you to do so soon There are many dainties there that will please you Porter Drug Company INCORPORATED Berea Kentucky from Mlddledboro to Louisville Mrs Jacksons many friends wish her a long life of happiness Moral Dont Wash Your Fact I wont wash my facet said Dolly defiantly Naughty naughty reproTed grand mother When I was a little girl I always washed my face Yes and look at It Everybodys Magazine VALUABLE READING MATTER FOR FARMERS Tho United States Government Is one of the largest publishers In the country More than three thousand men and women are employed in the big print shop qt North Capitol nail G Street Washington Among many hundred publications Is n list of phamplets called Farmers Bulletins gotten out under the direction of the Department of Agriculture These Bulletins now number more than three hundred Many of them would be of especial Interest to the people of the mountains of Kentucky and all or any of them con be lead for the asking A postal card directed to the De partment of Agriculture Bureau ofII Publications will bring the bulletin by return mallISeveral of these bulletins all of which are compiled by government experts deal with the use and lIre p ration of foods and taken together make an admirable cook book One of these The Economic Use of Meets In the Homo Is being published by private concerns and sold at the news stands and book stores ad Uncle Sams Cook Book Bulletin No 183 Is entitled Meat on the Farm Butchering Curing and Keeping No 170 Is Home Manufacture and Use of Unformented Grape Juice No 16C deals with cheese making on the farm No 131 tells how to detect by simple means oleomargarine and renovated butter No 135 is Sorghum Sirup Manufacture No 128 Eggs and their use as Food No 34 Meats Composition and Cooking No 63 tells how to care for milk on the farm a phamplet of forty pages that would offer many valuable suggestions TI I Special for this week All lOc Canned Goods 3 for 25cts AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE BereaKv THE MARKET lens Prices Cabage new 2 to 4 cents per lb Potatoes BO and GOc old and 100 now Eggsper dozen 15 and ICc Butter per lb 20c BACON Salt Sides 15lCc Breakfast Bacon 202C Premium Bacon 2733c HAMS Country 17lSc Premium 202C Friers on foot ICc per Ib liens on foot lOc per lb Turkeys lOc for liens 8c for gob blers Feathers per hb 30c Hay 16 per ton Corn 75c per bushel Wheat per bu 100 Cracked corn 160 per 160 Ibs Wheat screening 125 per 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per 100 lbs Ties No 1 L N8x7x9 G053c culls SOc to the farmers wife No 74 Is en titled Milk as Food Nos 85 and t3 deal with fish as food and sugar as food respectively No 112 Is Bread and Bread Making This phamplet contains forty gages and takes up the subject In a scientific and thorough manner No 121 Is Beans Peas and other Legumes as Food Butter Making on The Farm Is the tit le of bulletin 241 No 266 Is a cook book dealing with vegetables entitled I The Preparation of Vegetables fur the Table No 249 deals with cereal breakfast foods and contains thirty six pages No 12 tells how to make und handle maple sugar and sirup Besides tho cook books naniMj above titers are others and tho list of all these publications Is given on the last two pages of ouch bulletin You can send for one copy and then run through the list and find what others you desire Tho list covers a great variety of subjects There are bulletins on how to kill rats how to shoe horses horse feeding conservation of Natural re sources feeding of farm animals hog raising In the South corn growing Iin the South Ideal farms meadows pastures planting trees In rural school grounds prevention it disease from Insects use of split log I drag on farm roads Southern hay fauns and so on down the list It In very plain that there is much In those little bulletins to Interest the aver age farmer They are prepared with out a thought of expense and trouble by the governments own employes Write to the Department of Agriculture or to your Copgrueman for any bulletin and It will be forth coming at once- MOUNTAIN VIEW STOCK FARM Having decided to quit farming 1 offer for sale privately my farm of about 800 acres of fine blue grass laud 10 miles south of Richmond four miles north of Berea und one mile cast of Whites Station on the L N railroad This is one of the best Stock Farms In Madison County There are 00 acres In corn about 100 In wheat and balance In grass The Improvement consist of a good modern brick house Eldean Patent Flour lOco a bag cash at WJ Tatums Fresh Groceries North Cor Main St erea Kentucky I TREAT SCOTT CANY YOU see I- THow J 1 I tHt TIMe To PUY I YOUR COAL CytT Rl1N If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to your bin at on- ceHolliday fiUItab Co I Phone 169 and 7 1 erea Ky metal roof eight large rooms IxstddH laundry and cellars Three good stork barns three largo tobacco barns four tenement houses Brick lw house buggy house poultry house wagon sheds corn cribs wood IIOUM and a number of smaller bulhUngIThere are two large cisterns baok door Kitchen sink with attIn Kitchen Fine young orchard good garden The farm is newly ten ced with heavy wire fence and locust hosts around the entire plats The I Richmond and Berea turnpike bounds the farm on the east and Silver Creek on the west The large flouring mill of It L Potts Sun Is only half mile away affording a home mar ket for all grain raised on the farm There are a number of never fall ing spring and a fine pond at the mule shed 10 feet deep and covering half nero of land There are II lots of from one to fifteen acres nearly all with sheds and water In them This IH one of the best improved places In the county This tans Is susceptible of divi sion and about 275 acres or more could be sold with the improvements This farm Is especially ad apted to the dairy business anllrstock raising This farm can bought at a bargain and on easy terms and possession of a portion tof It given the first of September and full possession given on Jan 1st 1911 This Is a rare opportunity for a young active man who wants to make money Come and gee tho farm or address the owner JrW Herndon n D No1 llerea Ky Hot Weather Wearing Apparel- At very Reasonable Prices I AT RHODUS c HAYES i MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY Mens Twopiece Suits Women and Childrens Summer Skirts Mens Straw Hats Women and Childrens Hot Weather Hats Mens Low Shoes Women and Childrens Low Shoes and Sandals Mens Summer Coats Women and Childrens Light Waists Mens White Vests Women and Childrens Blk and Fancy Parasols Mens Underwear Women and Childrens Summer Underwear Come and buy from us and you will get the best i i Have You Tried It thedrugtroubleshavethem out anyhowbeentried CARDUIjWomans Tonic gravetodaywrites KyNothing had thoughtIj Cardul to my friends Your druggist sells Cardui with full Instructions for use on the bottle TtI1IIolorj a NEWS OF THE WEEK from first HIICIIICUlllhluN FIGHT Jeffries thedweight chanlllonBhln t met the Fourth of July nt Itono Nevada Johnson won iff In fifteen rounds A purw of 121 I f 000 was divided In the ratio of tlirit7 fifths and twofifths to winner awl loner Twenty thousand people paid from ten to fifty dollars aplccn fort eighteen Inches of plnu board from r which to view tho great combat It thisiI iwill be tho last great prlzo fight and as was Intended It passed out In a blaze of glory THE POT SIMMERS Continued from Pint rage Insurgents and hood a split In tho party In opposition to the president Ifr1 did not materialize Tho thought one absurd tho largely prevalent was always a party man rand ft Imrmonlxer lie Is a progressive thanrj ation Ho would be In sympathy with r the Insurgents In their progressive i Mlalao but he would whip the recal neturIHowever much or little of the ore dit nary be given to Hoos J just what hnpimned toward thJclose of congress Insurgents and recal 1j citrants joined rather harmoniouslyI- n In passing the administration meas ure and only the Democrats went Made by home blue for they were left with out an Issue They might plead the tariff nail many Republicans are dissatisfied with it but the Democrats have never framed a successful tariff and this Taft tariff Is proving Itselfa revenue raiser which Is much needed nnd besides tho tariff commission has already gone to work to find a baste for a scientific tariff this terribly disappointing congress having vot ed the funds necessary to put It at tho work after everybody concluded It would never do It They might have pleaded Cannon tam but they themselves helped to deprive Cannon of till power that was harmful or obnoxious Without un issue and without a loador want shall the Democrats do Thut Is llw question thoy are asking themselves nettle Meanwhile the pot continues to trimmer nnd it will soon boll even If tho Democrats fall to find their Issue or their leader for tho Republi cans have inavitated front a state of gloom to one of joy while the Demo crats have receded from buoyant hope to despondency Taft Roosevelt and Hushes the great triumvirate Taft Is happy over his sucrose Roosevelt was never In better slate lor battle and HughlHiwewere about to say what a pity that he gives up politics and goes to the Supremo Benchbut possibly the need is greater there for as we write the news cornea that Chief Justice Fuller Is dead and henna nnd Moody Our Flour is Guarded perfectly against dirt and impur ity It is made from the best se lected wheat It is ground in one of the best and cleanest mills in the country The flour is packed at the mill whence it conies direct to you Order a sack today and get flour that is all flour and that of the very best BEREA ROLLER MILLSBerea I ANDREW ISAACS Prop I THEfBankxu No8496 i i lUportof the condition or the 1erea National hank nt lierea In the dale or Kentucky ir at the cloteot bun s June 3O 1U1O RESOURCESVi 0014380 513 34IU S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 820000- H Other real estate owned 310000 Due from approved reserve agents 11831 25 Checks and otherclsb items 203 10 Notos of Banks 150000 I Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 112 fil i LAWFUL Mosul RESERVE IN BANK viz J Specie J7708 80 of tender notes 1547 00 0345 80 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of I circulation 1260 00 r TOTAL 100250 45 LIABILITIES I Capital stock paid in 25000 00 0000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 84 21 National Bank notes outstanding 24780 00 Individual deposits subject to check 100070 24 Cashiers Chocks outstanding 32500 TOTAL 100250 45 State of Kentucky County of Madison 88c I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J L GAY Cashier Correct Attest Wright Kelley S R Baker D N WelchDirectors Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of July 1910c G D Holliday Notary Public F I INTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers Conducted By F O CLARKI IMPORTANCE OF SAVING THE FORESTS The ago In which we live especially demands that our actions be judicial We are living In a period of tran sition and development The growth of our Internal Improvement for the last half a century have been looked upon with wonder and amazement Our dual form of government with Its three inherent powers with its elaborate system of checks and bal ances has given us a century of na tional growth and progress Our orators have gained celebrity at homo and abroad Our peacemakers have challenged tho respect and admira tion of all civilized countries Wo are living In a country that can well boast of her Industry Indeed we Americans are an Industrious people In 1432 when Columbus discovered this country It was nothing but a nines of dense forests Within a few brief decades we have subdued tho wilderness we have built a powerful government we have made ourselves a wealthy people we have become one of the great world powers Hand In hand with our material growth and development has been the rapid con tinuation of the destruction of our forests without much love or res pect for the success of nature an1 absolutely no regard for tho welfare and happiness of a future genes ation During all this period of growth anti development we have been devastat ing our forests at a tremendous rate Willie the forests have been decreas ing the demand has been rapidly Increasing The converse of the decrease and the increase has grown until now our forests ore u great national problem In solving this problem we are only asked to do our duty by preserving the forests of our own state It Is no longer a question as to whether we shall cease cutting our forests but only a ques lion as to how we shall best PRserve them This question affects every one of us In the most vital manner Every true hearted and patriotic Kentuckian should feel a personal responsibility for their care and preservation For thoy are to affect In a very vital manner our descendants who will ha- l old responsible for the times an I condltlonB In which they live If there Is any one duty which wo owe to our children It is to save tho forostti of our own beloved state FO they constitute the first and mot important element In the conservation of our natural resources Any roollIcivilized nation will HO use Its great national assets that the lotion will have their benefit in the luturo Just as a farmer ought I o leave his farm as an asset of in creased value to his son so We bhobld leave our national domain toj our children Increased in value not worn out The farmers of the day have failed and continue to fall to see the lmi ortnnce of forest pre servation i When the farmer Is asked why I he does not save some of his forests for his children he replies I was fore ed to work hard for tho accumula tion of my wealth Let my children do the same A selfish and narrow minded Idea of this kind Is Just as detrimental to our state as it the farmer should say I will not edu onto my children let them educate themselves We can only judgo the luturo by the past Experience has taught us that Jf wo wish to be a progressive state we must keep pace with time and Improve as time goes on Along the line of forest preservation we have been taught some valuable lessons Egypt was once a country noted thru out tho world for are gone Out the party will utilize him throughout most of tho congress ional campaignIThere Is thus no lack of leaders and they are not going to the wastebaskets for issues the partys record of achievement in tho last cou gress is the slogan and already the country Is papered with campaign literature BEREA CELEBRATES Continued from firetpage Loyalty does not consist in wav ing a flag or shouting but rather In devotion to some authority It is the subjection of self to tho welfare of all The speaker made a strong plea for greater loyalty to law to tho spirit as well as the letter whe ther the law be good or bad just be cause It Is law It Is a violation of law to disregard a sign to keep off the grass or to fall to ob serve sanitary regulations as much as to violate a law against shooting Lawyers who think it smart to clear criminals are not good citizens Bringing the matter close to homo tho speaker said ho had been told that Berea was the most lawless town in Madison Co and he could not deny It when tho facts were re ited This should not bo and it would be tho rues patriotism to end its fertile soli but is now practically worn out Palestine a country which I IratRome which was once the metropolis of the world Is now a barren desert In many sections of our state we can already see the damage in tho shape of permanent injury to our forests and river system because ofI reckless deforestation It matters not whether this deforestation Is due to the reckletacutUng of timber it matters not whether it Is duo to the J fires that eventually follow The only thing that can be done at this late date is to prevent further mis chief being done There Is only one way in which Kentucky can carry out this problem successfully and that is by placing some official regulation upon the short sighted people people who are blinded to the future by the desire to make mo iey at the pre sent time The forests can only be protected by the state by the nation and the liberty of action of the individual must be conditioned upon what the state or the nation de termines to be necessary for the com mon safety The lesson of deforestation In China is a lesson mankind should have learned many times already The I soil has been washed off the waste has burled the bottom lands when the soil Is gone men must go an l the process does not take long This ruthless destruction of the forest m northern China has brought aboutv desolation just as the destruction of the forests in Central Asia has aid ed in bringing ruin to the once rich Asian cities just as the destruction of the forests in Northern Africa helped toward Nthe ruin of n region that was a fertile granery in Roman days Pres Roosevelt In his last and most powerful message said The cutting away of the Chinese mountain forests has led to such violence of erosion that reforestation Is imposil ble 1 hope that some immediate action Will be taken before it is too late This message that Pres Roose welt sounded Is not a false or Idle alarm and it will be criminal stupi dlty If our own state neglects any longer to adopt a forest policy ball IntelllgencellWhat right here In our own state and will finally hurry ruin to It If we do not exercise that wise forethought which should bo one of the chief marks of any state calling Itself civilized In attempting to preserve our state forests there are many foes which we have to conquer they may be collectively called tho professional wood J cutters Including such as the tan larkmen the lumber mun the tie 111111Iafter collecting their tribute a lingo but worthless residue And they close InsuNIwork of denudationIHaving conquered and burnt Car thage Scipio passed his plow thru Its site Tints corresponding final touch is given to the deforested moun tale tops by ruin while if the for ests remain their beauty is well H worth the money they would bring but even more valuable than this they regulate the water flow passing ft on into the under ground circulation securing thruout the year an even stream flow which will be of un told value to the manufacturing the agricultural the commercial and Intact all Interests concerned this condition of things- A good citizen should also be loy al to beauty A high tribute wasipaid to the location of Berea tho speaker said that in traveling from Washington to Seattle and from Montreal to New Orleans during the year he had seen but one place Lake George In New York that could com pare with our immediate surround ings It is for us to make this not only the most beautiful but the best town in KentuckyiLastly ofloyal to family Kentucky Is bless ed with large families to its credit We should take pride in our families Children should be seers with theirn parents In church and at places of edentertainment obedience and respect of children for parents should bo ofcultivated such as exists among the sturdy Scotch Loyalty to family demands that facilities of education should bo provided for children In this Kentucky has been backward but Is Improving The speaker made a strong plea for better public school facilities In Berea The people should intoshould have the best public school In the countyd letime r I Announcemenf L ISubscription are now being received for I United States Savings Bank WbiCh1will be established in Berea I The proposed capital of the Bank is 50000 The price of each share of stock is Ioooaprice that will enable people of moderate as well stockboldersI County and Eastern Kentucky been offered such a soundIihighgrade investmentan investment that al- both unquestioned safety and a substantialw jreturn I Applications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea Kentucky DirectorsIare E F Coyle J R Hayes H R Howell + G E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker United States Savings Bank Berea Ky aside Men must not be sensitive about being consulted on everything- but be willing to let those who are able carry out plans for the better ment of all After the address the people scattered over the campus In family par ties for dinner Lemonade In abundance was provided and all seemed to have a good time There was much rain In the afternoon but It stopped sufficiently for the fireworks In the evening and from eight oclock until ten there was a continual display of rockets Roman fountains of tire andballoons An interesting feature of the evening was the attempt to destroy the balloons In air by the rockets So far as learned there were no disorders or Injuries during the day It was an old fashioned celebration but well managed The committee charge deserves credit for the suc The general committee consist of H R Howell and W C Gam ble the committee on sports Chas Durdette and John W Welch the committee on fireworks B H Gab bard C M Canfleld H C Woolf aril Lester Hill the committee on finance W C Gamble II H Chris man and H R Howell the committee on prize essay J R Robertson Mrs M Early and Mrs Dr Cornelius Business men contributed liberally toward expenses and lu offering prizes Because of lack of space we are unable to print in this Issue the itemized report of the chairman of the Finance Committee in charge of the Fourth of July celebration It will be printed in our next issue however The retort shows subscriptions amounting to 12J25 Subscriptions collected 11725 Uncollected but good subscriptions 900 Expenses 11073 Cash in bank 650 The chairman R Howell reports that his state ment in full account books original subscription Monk and all bills are tile with the Berea Bank and Trus Co BABYS SECOND SUMMER During the first year when the sterile milk of the mother Is the exclusive food of the child there Is little danger of the infectious diarrhea that finds its ready victims dur ng the second summer says Doctor Jean Williams In the Womans Home Companion for July There are many reasons for this greater susceptibility For one thins weaning has just been accomplished and the babys system must become adjusted to the more severe strum Imposed by artifical toad then too protective forces have not been n such great demand while the source supply has been shove suspicion The mother In preparing to carry her baby safely over this crisis beware of irregular feeding overfeeding and Improper or poll food The digestive functions must be kept at their highest levul efficiency Food must be kept or made as nearly as may be germ tree Undoubtedly all bacteria are not vicious some are even benign but there must be during the summer months wholesale destruction In or der that none of the especial pernicious ones or their poisonous products so often lurking in milk dur g hot weather shall escape into intestinal tract of the Infant hero to set up the acute infectious commonly known as cho ra lufantum I 4Ift r SOUTHERN FRUIT DISPLAY Cincinnati July IWIthin the next two months there will be placed m the big refrigerators of Cincinnati large consignments of fruits from the South The Georgia peach that worldfamed and luscious product of the Empire State of the South 1 the orange grupe fruit guava and other citrous products of FloridaI i the rosycheeked or golden yellow ap pies that now are produced in a ma jority of the Dixie states with as i great success as ever marked the beut efforts of the horticulturists of thu North together with other products of the orchard perhaps not as exttensively grown as these but just as successfully produced boon will find their way Into the cold I storage plants of Cincinnati theroito remain until called for to offer mute but convincing evidence at the Ohio Valley Exposition of the high class of Southern orchard pro ducts Southern growers are eagerly seizing this opportunity of bringing their fruits to the notice of the Northern consumers They feel that this display will not only open anew market for their products but that it also will attract tho favorable attention of humeseekers to the sec stlons where such excellent results in the line of fruit growing are secured In this way the display will serve a double purpose redounding greatly to the credit and growth of the South fThe Railroads Committee having charge of the Southern Resources r Exhibit which will cover 21000 square feet of space in one of the main buildings will select a section for the display of these fruits which will bring them to the view of the greatest possible number of people iInthe display so that this exhibit al ways will bo seen In its best and truest form The work of collectingttfruttS for this display will be kept up even after tho opening of the Expos Ition so that from the beginning of j the Exposition on August 29 to theIclose on September 24 the best the South can produce in its orchards always will be on view for visitors Interested in either the growing or the consuming of the highest class of horticultural llroductstMILLIONS FOR TEETH A singular benevolence was lately promised to the city of Boston Thos A Forsythe a wealthy resident pro poses to give 2000000 to care for the teeth of the children He plans to give every child from the time of Its first tooth until it shall arrive at the age of sixteen the best den tal service possible without any charge His purpose is to ructevery u building equipped with ap pliance known to modern dentistry and manned by a corps of dentists who will render the best professional service to be found In the country The Christian Herald ORATION Since the foundation of this govern ment wo have met find solved many perplexing problems There are many I yet to be finished and a much larg er number continually arising which demand our Immediate action Wheth er these problems be individual or local whether they be state or natI- onal thoy must be thoroly planned nnd carefully solved for they are ultimately to affect a future genera r tion and not only to enhance our cJwn personal interests f r r J iFThe Citizent A family newspaper for all that Is tight true and Interesting I mblUhcd every Thursday at Beret Icy q BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated- J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos TAYABIB IN ADVANCB One Year Jico bla Months W Three Month u Send money by Penoffice or Kipreu Money Order Draft Reglmred Letter or one and two cent stamp The date after vour name on label shows to- what date ubscrlptloo Iapaid It It Is not changed within three week after renewal notify ua will be gladly supplied If we I are noticed Fine premiums cheap with new subscriptions t nd prompt renewals Send for Premium List I Liberal terms given to any who obtain new subscriptions for ui Any one eadln as four can recleTcThe Clint n free for hlmelt for one AdrertUlne ralei on application F MEMIIKR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION j U Do not tell a boy how bad he Is tho superintendent of a boys ischool No he might get haughty L over having achieved such distinction will continue to raise corn tKnnsasmoney in tho bank without or excited over dia in tho neighborhood ri Railroads are having trouble fixing transportation charges on womens hats They ere not heavy enough to go by weight Why not chargo by the acre Thanks to the California experi reenters it Is now possible to eat cacti and roses JU1 bo long before this prickly fodder takes the place of meat and taters The scientists may prove or dis prove the dangers in kissing but it will take all the kings horses to stop Itand no ono seems to be rounding y rap horses either The Husbands union should Inves tigate the case of tho man whoso wife beat him with her fists a stovo poker t a hammer and then had him arrested for assault and battery An engineer who ran his engine into a train ahead of him says that the Lord ordered hIm to do It thus predicating another case of orders gone awry In transmission School children in various cities are voting against the firecracker and the Insano type of Fourth of July The children see the point when you present it to them in the right way Somebody has found out how to make coffee from dandelion roots but there is no immediate danger that tho dandelion crop will be a failure owing to the fact that a use has been found for It The Ornithologists union of New York has undertaken to try to restore IPIthewild pigeon Perhaps members of the Ornithologists union have nothing else that may be regarded as worth while to do It is an interesting and noteworthy fact that since the promulgation of the law of June 1907 the effect of which Is to simplify the formalities which are the necessary preliminaries to mar riage there have been more weddings In France than at any period since the beginning of the last century with the t exception of the year 1813 and 1872 In the former of which men contracted unions to escape being sent off to fight while in the latter many wed j ding took place which bad been delayed by the war with Germany That submarine vessels can make extended trips is shown by a recent experience with the Viper owned by the United States which In command of a midshipman ran 487 miles from a point off the North Carolina coast to Annapolis Hitherto no such attempt has been made Of course the voyage was made on the surface as submar ines dive only when such action is considered necessary But that the Viper could go safely for such a distance unaccoirij5rinleaiy lihy convoy Is taken to show that such craft are ellscapable of more independent service supposed In Zurich Switzerland the people have a custom of burning an effigy of winter in the streets If It would help to bring winter to an end the custom might well be adopted In other places j China has taken another great step r toward western civilization and the emancipation of its women The daughters of the Chinese minister at Washington have learned to make fudge When the American schoolgirl atmosphere gets Into any home how ever orientalized things ore bound to be changed A Chicago woman will be compelled to explain to the federal grand jury why she refused to talk to a census enumerator What about the old theory that woman Is never able to hold her tongue Chicago quotations show that while till prices of tho too most expensive cuts of moat have dropped a little the 13 cheaper cuts in contrast have increased in price Lets see didnt the- govdrnmentissue recently 1000000f copies ol a cook book showing people plow to MO the cheaper cuts of nreatf t CONFER IN PRIVATE ROOSEVELT AND TAFT HAVE LONG TALK AT LATTERS SUMMER HOME ARE SEPARATED 16 MONTHS Meeting Between Present and Former Executives Characterized by Old time CordialitySubJect of Their Discussion Remains a Secret Beverly MassA smile spread over the face of President Taft Thursday afternoon as he hurriedly left his work in the library of the Burgess Point cottage and rushed to the veranda when the Lodge limousine drove up the honk honk of which was an nouncing tho arrival of former Presi dent Roosevelt They met just outside the door and simultaneously Taft clapped a hand on tho Roosevelt shoulder as Roosevelt seized the presidents hand In a strong gripMr President exclaimed the one and Theodore cried tho other Dy George continued Roosevelt this Is fine I am mighty glad to see you Mr President Thus after a separation of sixteen months Taft and Roosevelt met again at the Taft cottage hero in Beverly with only Senator Lodge and Secretary Norton present all the rest of the world being barred out Those who witnessed the meeting say It was characterized by all the old time cordiality of relations between tho two that there was the Vest of feeling displayed and that the hearty bursts of laughter that proceeded first from tho president and then from Roosevelt as they sat on the veranda and chatted for two hours and a half was strongly reminiscent of tho old White House days As to the talk between themIt covered a wide range of topics and there was a period when the president and Roosevelt drew aside from the rest of the party and conversed in low tones What was said must remain a secret however between them for Taft declined to make any statement after the colonel had departed and Roosevelt would say only that he had bad a most delightful time CLEAN SWEEP FOR HARVARD Crews Defeat Yale Boats In Three Shell Races on Thames River New London Harvards day of vIe tdry on the Thames Thursday culmi nated with success in the varsity eightWith her stroke oar all but col lapsed Yale crossed the line at the New London bridge four lengths be- hInd the Cambridge crew For three and a half miles the shells sped down the river almost abreast first one and then another forging slightly ahead Harvard was nearly a length ahead at the twomile point and her bow showed In front for the greater part of tire way but time and again a gallant spurt brought the Now liven shell on even terms Not until the boats entered the final quarter mile stretch did the Crimson look like a winnerHarvards victories were the most decisive that ever marked the open Ing of her annual rowing regatta with Yale The Crimson freshman eight oared crew beat the youngsters from New Haven by three lengths and the Harvard varsity four bettered this performance a little later by rowing away from Yale In tho last eighth mile of a surprising race and finish Ing four lengths In the lead RAILROADS GAIN A VICTORY Commerce Commission Grant Permis sion to Advance train Rates East of Buffalo Washington Announcement was made by the interstate commerce com mission Thursday that it will not sus pend official classification 3C Involving more than 6000 items which was filed to become effective July 1 This Is regarded as a victory for the rail roadsPermission was granted by the com mission to railroads operating out of Buffalo to advance rates on flour and other wheat products one cent a hundred pounds to eastern destinations For nearly a month the commission has been overwhelmed with protests against the proposed new classifica tion many shippers seemed to believe that the rearrangement of freight clas slflcatlcatlon would result in largely Increased rates The subject was con sidered carefully by the commission a thorough and comprehensive check being prepared oh the entire classifi cation In the items and ratings In volved there are only fiftyeight changes of which twentyeight are reductions and thirty advances the latter including twelve increases In car load weights Named by Prohibitionists Meriden ConnEmil L G Hoh en thai of South Manchester chairman of the state central committee was Thursday unanimously nominated for governor at the session of the Prohibi tion state convention i Two Schooners Burned Richmond MoTwo fourmasted schooners the Henry L Peckhatn and Young Bros and two ice houses owned by the American Ice company were destroyed by fire here Thursday Tho loss is 150010 Tl tv SISTERS BASHFUL BEAU DOESNT CALL AS OFTEN SINCE THE HAMMOCK SEASON OPENED SENATOR JW DANIEL DEAD OLDEST DEMOCRAT IN SENATE DIES AT LYNCHBURG Has Third Paralytic Stroke but Cause of Death Was Cerebral Hemorrhage Lynchburg Va John W Dan iel senior senator from Virginia died at the Lynchburg sanitarium Wednes day night his death being due to a recurrence of paralysis The immedi ate cause of his death was cerebral hemorrhageThis Senator Daniels third paralytic stroke lie Buffered the first last fall while In Philadelphia land tho second in Daytona Fla during the winter having gone to Florida to recuperate lie had not been in Wash ington for several months Senator Daniel was sixtyseven years old With Senator Daniel were his wife and his son Edward M Daniel and his daughter Mrs Fred Harper whoso husband also hero is Senator Daniels law partner The death of Senator John Warwick Daniel removes the oldest of tho Democratic senators In point of serv ice Of tho entire list ho was the only one who could be said to belong to the old regime And as he was the oldest in service he was ono of the most conspicuous In popular favor New OrleansSamuel Douglas Me Enery United States senator from Louisiana suddenly expired at hIs home hero Tuesday from an attack of acute indigestion The senator arrived here Monday from Washington Ho was streaty three years old and death was super induced by old age The senator Is survived by his wife who was before marriage Miss Eliza beth Phillips of Monroe Pa his daughter Mrs Warren B Parker and his two sons Charles P McEnery and Dr Douglas W McEnery of Wash Ington1n all probability Gov Jared Y Sanders will bo chosen by the Louis iana legislature now in session as Senator McEnerys successor It Is thought that the leading figures In state politics have figured upon the aged senators passing for some time but it was not anticipated exactly at this juncture DEMANDS MILLION DAMAGES Ida Von Claussen Files Suit Against Roosevelt and Others Charging Slander and Conspiracy New YorkIda Von Claussen once the wife of Dr William Francis Honan whose coming to America to sue Theodore Roosevelt and other notables was announced from Paris a few weeks ago appeared in the county house Tuesday with a com plaint which she Insisted on filing In the county clerks office Her complaint charges Theodore Roosevelt Robert Bacon ambassador to France Charles Graves minister to Sweden and Mrs Alice Wright G Graves his wife with slander and conspiracy Sho declares that through the machinations of these distin guished persons she was deprived of a royal marriage with Prince Eugeno of Sweden as the bridegroom Wherefore she demands 1000000 damages Loses Eye Making Fireworks Bloomfleld N JFrank Chris tlan 30 years old tried to manu facture homemade fireworks In a shed in the rear of his home here In an explosion which resulted both his eyes were blown out and he was oth erwise terribly burned Ho will die Dixie Population Grows Washington That tho census of 1910 will show the southern states In eludIng Missouri and Oklahoma to nave made a gain in population of 21 per cent since 1909 is the estimate given out by the Southern Commercial congress No Increase on Burlington Chicago A report that the Burling ton road is contemplating an Increase In true pay of Its unorganized employes was emphatically denied by President Miller Thursday TRIUMPH FOR AMERICANS German Campaign of Slander Against the Deutsche Vacuum 011 Company Falls Berlin The long and venomous campaign waged by German newspapers antirival Industrial interests against ono of the Gorman branches of the Standard 011 companythe Deutsche Vacuum Oil company has just been brought t6 a vlcorlous end for the Americans involved- A wellknown Hamburg newspaper for months printed such a series of attacks on the American graft moth ods alleged to have been practised by the vacuum company In the con duct of Its German business that tho public prosecutor of Hamburg felt constrained to make an official Inves tigation with a view to eventual in dictments Tho prosecutor has now concluded his investigation especially of the work of EL Quads Ameri can manager of tho German com panys sales department and an nounces that no necessity exists for pursuing the Inquiry further No evidence of anything warranting prosecution was found against Mr Quarles and the costs of the entire in quiry will be borne by the state The result of the Investigation con stitutes a notable triumph for Amer- Ican Interests in Germany It Is not the first time that Germans finding themselves unable to compete with Americans on ordinary terms have resorted to slander ROB PASSENGERS ON TRAIN Three Bandits Escape After Raid on Oregon Short Line In Ogden Utah Ogden UtahThree masked ban dits held up tho second section of Oregon Short Line train No 1 northbound which left Ogden at 130 Do n in tho northern part of this city All of the passengers were robbed of their valuables and the ex press messenger was compelled to de liver the contents of the sato The exact amount tho robbers obtained has not been ascertained Two passengers and two trainmen were Injured After the train bad been robbed the bandits fired into the air to frighten the passengers got Into their buggy and drove away Sheriff Wilson gathered a small posse and started In pur suit PICTURE SHOW RUINS EYE Omaha Attorneys Frequent Attend ance at Nickel Theater Said to Have Affected Optic Omaha Neb OverIndulgence In moving picture shows may cost Attorney C W Britt of Omaha his eyesight Ho went to Clarkson hospital where an operation was performed on his right eye by Dr Harold GIfford Sunday Flickering of the moving pictures at tended almost nightly for two months by Mr Brttt and members of his tam fly is said to have aggravated former eye trouble A growth under tho lid of tho right eye resulted Mr Britt was totally blind in the right eye before going to thq hospital but hoped that the operation would restore the sight Curtlcs May Fly Across Lake Chicago Glenn II Curtlss fay mous aviator and Inventor of aero planes while In Chicago said bo might be ono of the contestants for the Walter Darlington prize of 5000 for tho first successful flight across Lake Michigan from Chicago during the aviation meet July 2 3 and 4 University Gets 500000 Burlington VtIt was announced Thursday that pledges amounting to 400000 for tho endowment fund of the University of Vermont necessary to secure the 100000 offered by the Rockefeller fund managers have been secured Forest Fires Burn Station Calumet Mich Forest fires Thurs day destroyed tho Copper Range rail road station at Elm River Houghton county Fires are raging all through the upper peninsula LA FOLLETTE SEES ROOSEVELT r SENATOR LEAVES COLONEL IN JUBILANT MOOD Declares Former President Is Great est American Living and Is In Fighting Trim Oyster DayRobert M La Follette United States senator from Wiscon sin spent two hours talking politics with Theodora Roosevelt lie left Oyster Day wearing a broad smile Senator LnFolletto arrived with O E Roe a New York lawyer who was formerly his law partner Colonel Roosevelts chauffeur was waiting for them and whisked them away to Sag amore 11111 The senator had pulled his hat down over his eyes and tried to escape unseen Dut ho was caught fairly at It by a group of newspaper men They tackled him on suspicion although nobody recognized him for his hat hid his famous pompadour Not a word he said Im going ti Sagamoro 11111 but I dont want a word said about ILIt When ho returned Just in time to catch a train for New York ho was smiling his most expansive persuasive snits Its all right boys ho cried jovially Tho colonel says I may talk with you Did wo talk politics he replied to tho first question Wo did We talked of tho legislation of the present session of congress from the attltudo of those members of the Republican party whom the newspapers are pleased to call Insurgents Can you go Into details No I prefer that they come from Sagamore Hill i am very much pleased with tho result of my visit with Colonel Roosevelt very murh pleased Indeed Tho senator paused for Imoment Suddenly the smile left his taco for tho first time and ho said Impressively I want to toll you that Colonel Roosevelt Is the great living Amerl can and he added slowly and sig nificantly ho Is In fighting trim MANY DIE IN CLOUDBURST Three Kentucky Counties Are Swept by Storm and Flood Deaths May Reach Forty Snylorsvllle Ky Fifteen people are known to bo dead fifteen addition al are reported as having died and fully forty aro missing as tho result of a cloudburst in Magoffln Floyd and Knott counties Ky late Tuesday Twelve bodies of the known dead have been secured by the workmen in Saylersvillo and the towns affected by tho terrible cloudburst When late reports came In from sections lying near Saylersvillo It was estimated by the people here that fully forty have been killed In the floods and that forty are missing from their homes Saylcrsvlllo Is tho county sent of Magqfnn county which Is In eastern Kentucky There are no railroads running to tho town and little else than farming Is done In this vicinity Floyd and Knott counties lie adjacent to this county and have several small towns lying directly on tho Licking river and largo crooks which were at fected greatly by tho downpour It has been raining In this section for three days and the rivers and streams were all full of water when the down pour from the cloudburst broke over this section Instantly many houses in this section wore carried from their foundations and were swept Into the streamsMany of the people In theso three counties are homeless The property damage is estimated to be fully 100 000 and the losses In stocks and grains will go to even higher figures RAIL RATES ARE LOWERED Interstate Commerce Commission Takes Action In Cases Affect Ing the Entire Country Washington Reductions In class and commodities on all shipments west from Chicago to the Pacific coast were ordered Wednesday by tho Interstate commerce commission The commission decided that the cap- Ital Invested In railroad property and betterments did not justify tho ad vance In rates to tho point marked In the new schedules med by the rail roadsThe decisions are In what are known popularly as the Pacific coast cases These cases were heard last autumn by tho commission on Its six wcckc trip to the Pacific coast and IntermountaIn territory and had been under consideration ever since then In every Instance reductions In the existing rates wero made Diver Finds Mans Body Ln Crosse VYIs John Murray a diver located the body of the man sup posed to be John Ploln of Waupun in the hull of the steamer J S which burned to the waters edge Saturday night The body was wedged tightly between ono of the boilers and wreck age and cannot be extricated until an other diver arrives It Is located close to where the ships prison was situated Arizona Election September 12 Phoenix Ariz Governor Sloan Issued a proclamation Wednesday fixing September 12 as the date for tho oleo tion of delegates to the convention which will frame a constitution for the new state of Arizona Rolls to Fly In America New York Charles S Rolls the English aviator who flew twice across tho channel a tow weeks ago has en tered both the international balloon contest and the international aviation contest 0tate MUCH DRUNKENNESS HIDDEN English Inspector Under InebrlatoI Act Shows How Little Is Known of True Conditions Although there has been an ac knowledged Improvement In tho general drinking habits of Great Britain says tho London Mall it Is by no means clear that any real advancer Ii has been made toward the suppression of habitual drunkenness tho form of drunkenness that gave rise to tem perance work tho form that causes all the real misery and matters most This Is the conclusion reached by Dr It W Dranthwnlte Inspector un der the Inebriate act Tho large majority of tho population ho says in his annual report are now moderate drinkers who never get drunk or tee totalers but below the surface there Is a small army of habitual drunkards who are hidden out of sight In better class lire or In lower class life lost In tho obscurity of slums prisons and workhouses In tines gone by Doctor Branth waste says tho habitual Inebriate was constantly In evidence in tho strceeta In public houses and In private life Ho was allowed freedom to roam about and display his pccullarlly bOo ing treated with the same toleration as the village Idiot or harmless lu natic When ho became too great n nuisance ho was put still more In evidence by public chastisement in pil lory or stocks In other words every drunkard was then known and seen Today the habitual drunkard in a welltodo private family Is relegated to the skeleton cupboard and prevent ed so fAr as possible from publicly exhibiting his failing Pauper drunkards hide themselves In workhouses shelters or charitable colonies the only places whore they can get food or when they becomo sufficiently insane are Immured In asvlums The man who appears drunk in a play house drunk and disorderly In tho street or who commits a crim inal offense through drunkenness la hurried to the police cell ultimately to prison As a consequence of all thin tho ordinary Individual sees lit tle or nothing of the habitual drunk ards of today and is apt to believe that but few exist It remained for some persons who were Intimately associated with these hidden drunkards some 30 or 40 years ago to point out how plentiful they were how little they had been af fected by orthodox temperance ef torts In the past and how meager was the evidence that any decrease In tho prevalanco would be likely to result from tho steady exercise of such en orgy In the future Throe departmental committees It Js pointed out have strongly recommended that power to commit an Inebriate to control In a retreat on the application of friends should bo given to a properly constituted court Tho number of cases sent to Inebri ate reformatories In 1908 was 2ti2U men and 218 womenas compared with 463 In 1907 but the decrease was principally duo to want of ac commodation for London cases Most of tho people sent to to Inebri ate reformatories are of tho feeble mind class Of the 3032 admissions of the past ten years only about 36 per cent were up to the average men tal capacity As a moderately sound mind is required for success In the struggle to throw off the drink habittthe probability of producing good rOo suIts Is limited- Nevertheless Doctor Brnnthwatto considers that good Is being done In the past ten years C70 Inmates wore released on license before the explra tlon of their terms and In C3 per cent of the cases with satisfactory results retaining their freedom for an average period of seven and a half or eight months without a relapse BETTER EFFICIENCY IN ARMY Colonel Commandant Tells of Im provement In British Service by Temperance Principles Tho following order issued opportunely by Colonel Gatliff commandant of the Portsmouth division of tho Roy al Marine light Infantry is interesting to temperance reformers as show Ing tho steady trend toward temperance noticeable in the British mili tary As most service of fenses arise from having too much to drink tho colonel commandant desires to point out to all whom It may con cern that the beginning of the now year is the best time for making a fresh start During 1909 there has been a diminution In tho cases oi drunkenness as compared with 1908 and there is still room for further im provement Mon who may be incline to excess should formally resolve that under no circumstances whatever wilt they drink too much and all who art not quite sure of themselves aro strongly advised to become teeto talers Men who make these good res olutlons and stick to them will at the end of 1910 find themselves bettor of In pocket in health with Improved prospects In the corps with a great increase of selfrespect and In every way they will be bettors servants of our king and country No soul was over yet saved who was too idle to seek KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH CHILDS SMILES WON PASTOR I Chapter Ina Pretty Romance of Mis lion Work chapterInAdded when Dr E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church filed a petition In court asking privilege to adopt hb llttlo stepdaughter Doris oordon as his own and make her his legal heir Little Miss Doris Is a win some maid and has completely won the pastors heart Doris mother who is now Mrs E iw Powell was formerly a missionary to India from the First Christian hurch It was there that Doris was born Following the death of the father A warm friendship sprung up between the pastor of the supporting church and the missionary In India and upon Mrs Gordons return to this ountry she became Mrs Powell pastorsally bound to tho man who took her fathers place in her mothers heart OFFICERS ELECTED Kentucky Press Association Slate for the Coming Year The officers of tho Kentucky Prow Afwoclatlon for the coming yoar art prusldent treasurer Shelton M Saufloy Twelve Kentucky newspaper woro admitted as members of the associa lion A burinott meeting of the members of the Eighth District league selected the following officers President J P Steam of NlehotafrvlMo vice prosl dent W V Richardson of Danville secretary and treasurer B D Cozlnc of Shelbyvtlle Twentyone of the twentytwo members woro present at the meeting In the ad and newspa por composition competition prizes were won by tho Cadiz Record tho Versailles Sun the Hopklnsvlllo Now Bra tho HopklnsvlHo Kentuckian and the Richmond Climax DUY THE WATERWORKS Recommendation cf Committee of Frankfort Council Frankfort The water committee of the city council has completed a n fart recommending that the city oxen vise its option and purchase tho water works from tho water company The contract tho city has had for 5S years with the water company ox phed July land the city released from any obllontlons It mado 25 years ago on J1250W worth of bonds These bonds must bo transferred to other parties and a now contract arnwn up If the city docs not buy the bonds of tho water company then n reduction will bo asked In the water rates and a filter must bo placed at the reservoir PREVIOUS RECORDS SMASHED internal Revenue Office Showered i b With Coin- IiOulsSiio4 All records of receipts for the Filth Kentucky district depart cent of Internal revenue were broken wben tho IoulsvlIJo office took In n total sum of IGGI MI This smash Ing of tho record was due mainly to the now crporntlon tax On this levy 12010327 was reedy ed The other Items ran just about normal being as follows Boor 090 whisky S43985I cigars 4PSUO toimcc o 790170 special tax 2351 and bottling stamps J4SO Juno was one of the hoariest In the history of the local ofljco and there Is already an excess of 103000 over the corresponding period of June 1909 ONYX MINES Pattern Syndicate To Develop Tract In Barren County Glasgow Thomas A Cromwell of Ttoiton Mass together with others representing tho Southern Onyx com liany of Delaware closed a deal hero for a largo tract of land near Glasgow Junction known as tho W K Poyn ter property and will immediately begin operations on nn extensive scale taking out onyx block In tho rough ztato for shipment to New York Onyx In largo deposits has been dis covered on this property which It Is claimed Is the only place In the Unit ed States where merchantable blocks of i uro onyx can bo obtained all oth ers being Imported LIGHTNING KILLS LIVESTOCK Mt Sterling Ky During a heavy storm In this county lightning struck and killed five mules belonging to Thomas Grubbs and knocked down a cow which was being milked but did not InJuro the negro man who was milking The lightning also killed ten sheep belonging to Jesao Highland InJurCd1the O eaFr r NEW SYSTEM Court of Appeals Decisions Will Bs Printed In September Frankfort KyWith the September term of tho court of appeals under an act passed by tho last general as sembly a new system of reporting tho decisions of the court of appeals will be begun On Thursday of each week tho advance sheets of the Ken tucky reports will bo issued contain- Ing tho opinions delivered the preced ing week tho volumes and pages cor responding with those of tho regular edition to bo Issued In book form A copy of each Issue will bo sent free to each circuit judge common wealth attorney county Judge and county attorney The subscription price will bo 3 a year All opinions published By an order of court the clerk will deliver to tho reporter a copy of each opinion by noon of tho day after it Is delivered to him and tho reporter within two days thereafter must pre pare tho syllabi and deliver tho copy to the printer Tho publication will differ from the Kentucky Law Reporter In that it will come out weekly will correspond in volumes and pages with tho official edition will give the opinions to tho bar the week attar they are delivered and will be an official publication tho syllabi being prepared by the official reporter of tho court and tho other editorial work being done by him It js believed that the publication will be of great service to the bench and publicationsfound of great value SAFE AND SANE FOURTH Firecrackers and Toy Pistols Were Eliminated Henderson A safe and sane Fourth of July was the order hero un der tho auspices of the Womans club whoa firearms firecrackers toy pis tols and other explosives Incident to tho promotion of tetanus in children were eliminated Tho aid of all tho Sunday school touchers and superintendents and public school teachers as well as tho ministers of tbo gospel was Invoked to give tho children a pleasant day devoid of the usual Fourth of July ox plosionsA was arranged for the oc casion and the children all met In Con tra park each equipped with a flag whore thoy sang patriotic songs There wore addresses by local orators anti a big flag was raised while a band discoursed during tho ceremonies appropriate music- MYSTERY SURROUNDS SHOOTING Lexington KYMrs Rose Welch a gypsy wlfo of Joseph Welch and daughter of James Gorman all of Cln cinnati Is In a hospital hero with a bullet wound In her shoulder The woman was shot while In camp with her husband father and other gypsies on the Richmond pike She claims that she was accident ally shot and has declined to say who bad tho gun John White an employe at tho Lexington reservoir near which tho oamp Is located says however that ono of the moon of the camp was shot through tho head Persons living in that locality say that they hoard several shots tired la tho vicinity of tho camp- NONAGENARIAN DEAD Howling GreenW P Mansfield Sr aged 94 years died at his home near Oakland He had been In falling health for several years but sustain ed a fall n few days since which has toned his death Ho was born In VIr- gInia but came with his parents to this state when ho was 3 years of age and had lived in this county since tho Civil Vat- STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING Newport Ky While tho sun was boating down on tho hamlet of Bray vllle Campbell county a bolt of light ning struck and Instantly killed Wil liam Fargo aged 19 years who was at work In a field nearby There were absolutely no signs of a storm when the youth met his death I Kentucky Intelligence Frankfort KyTho tobacco crop In Franklin county for 1909 has all either been sold or brought to the local ware house and rcdrled Tho crop will amount to about 3500000 lbs Mlddleboro KyTho Kentucky State Bar association will hold Its ninth annual meeting hero July 12 13 and 14 Reuben D Slllman of Now York will make the annual address his subject being Our Outlying loe sessions Among tho speakers will bo S D Rouso and W II Mackoy of Covlngton Lexington KyThe commission form of government campaign com mittee at n dinner given In tho Phoe nix hotel formulated definite plans for getting an expression of tho voters of Lexington on tho subject In advance of tho November election when It is expected that It will bo doter mined whether or not this municipal ity shall bo so governed Fulton Ky Fulton and Fulton county are rejoicing over the good for tune of this little city In securing through tho efforts of Congressman Olllo M James a 55000 custom house I w A erAd + + t t+ + ++ fl + + + + I i ROUND ABOUT r THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY TEACHERS INSTITUTES Names of Counties and Places for Meeting Frankfort KyTho State Superln tendent of Public Instruction has giv en out the list of teachers institutes to bo held in tho state during tho sum morAdairAugust 1 Columbia J It Alex ander W J Craig iiowllnff Green Al ChapmanParleJ T C Noo Lexington BallardAugust JB Wlckllffe C W 6UlaMlowMoDouglcRichmondO Winfrey MUdlesboro Uoone July 23 EminenceBourbonAugust frey JllJdlesboro HoydJuly S lat tonUoylcridge RIchmond Bracken August 15 BreathittJulyuulttSeptember oAlorgantownCaldwellAugust Z Princeton C W malurrnyLexlngtnn 8 1 u bank Lexington Carter August 8 Qraysiin B C McDinigle Richmond Ca JexIngtonCiarkAugustiAvis lVesttott Minneapolis Clay Au MCDoUglelUchmondnon C W IllctuinK Princeton Cum WChapmanFredMutchlerMinneapolis CCllftrrI Sandy Hook R C McDouglo Richmond tUIIugut 211 BoattyvUlr JA Sharon Itlrtimond- Fayctto August 30 Lexington J T C JNlemingrburgrioyd August 1 Pmtonburg J A She ron Richmond Franklin See Jessamine FultonJtGrantAugust MayaeidT gust S Irltchllfld T J Coates Klch trJoountpreenuman Iorts PICtllenbelhtown A J Klnnamnn Bowling CNoethlana T J Coates Illohmoml Hart wlInlllellrAugustHeld Hlckman August S Clinton It 1l0pklnAuJfItSernJefersonAuguet r Louisville James Jessaminelktober laJnl8vllleJWinfrey bourvllle T J Coates Rlctimond ASharonLouise M O Winfrey Mlddlevboro Lee August 22 nut vllle J A Shnron DLewisLewisJulyIarls Lincoln July 11 Stanford J W IJVingelonAugustiGIxigan August 8 Huswllvllle R M hlpp Wltiehester Madison July IS Richmond T JPoattw Itlchtnor MsgnUlnHeptember LexingtonamnionSee Mayfieldton Louisa Mnnon August 29 stays vllU K George Payne Richmond J W Ireland Stanford McCracken August 8 1Aducah C W Richards lrlnc ton Cherryhowlingdenburg W J CraJg Bowling Green Mtnlfee August 1 Krenchburg It M Shlpp Winchester Metcalfd August 3U UowllnlCJrelt1MonlcomorAUlulltpit Lebanon Morgan Ju4y 2S Wet Lib arty J A Sharon Richmond Nelson August 1 Banlstown A S NlcholaJulGorrll4e MutehlerLagrange J T C NOt Lexington Owen PayneItlchmnndC D Lewis Beres- iPimdleton August It Falmouth T 8 PikeJulyIIShippWlneheetrrE P MrDougle Richmond Bobertcon July 11 Mt Olivet n S TCubnnk Lexington Rockeastle July 11 Mt Vernon C D Lewis Berea Rowan July 11 Morehcnd no Instructor Run sell August 1 Jamestown A J Klnna man Howling Grcon- Soott Sen Jessnmtne fourcounty Shel by August SS Shelbyvllle n S Kllhnnk Lexington Simpson 5S Franklin Fred MutcliliT Howling preen Spencer CraigBowlingTaylor Iuly I Psmntoellsville J p WIIUs Lexington To ldAunist 15 Elk ton A J Klnnnman Bowllr r Green TrlggJuly 4 Cadiz Rt M Phlpp Win chesterlnlonAugust 22 ITnlontown no In structor Warren August 1 Bow ng Green T J PnMw Richmond WaadratnnTuly 4 Springfield Geo Colvin Snrlngnnld Wayne SeptemlMir 12 Mnntlcello Web srr August 22 IMxon R C MiT nugle Richmond WhltlpyJuJy 4 Wllllams burg T J Coatoc Jlklunond Wolfe July 25 Campton R M Ship Winchester Woodford So Jell mlne four county IN FULL SWING Proctor Knott Chautauqua Has Fine Opening at Lebanon Lebanon KYTho Proctor Knott Chautauqua opened The old governor gave this homo to the association some time Ago and It Is the proudest time In tho sunset of his life to feel that tho CimutauQua is a success Joy Knott was on the street tho othor day In his invalid chair the first time for many months with tho weight of eightysix years hanging heavily upon him I JUDGE DREATHITTS OPINION Decides Act Increasing Salary of State Librarian Unconstitutional Frankfort KyUnder an opinion from tho attorney general tho in creased salary provided for the stato mlnoinspectorsauditor and test suits on agreed state of facts will be filed to determine the constitutionality of the lawa granting the Increase Judge Drcathltt holds as he did in tho case Involving the right of the circuit Judges to an Increase that tho changedduringThe opinion Involves only Frank Kavanaugh stato librarian and the mlno Inspectors who were appointed prior to the new act becoming effec tile The test case will reach tho Septemberterm NEW CROP WHISKY Millions of Gallons Produced In Frank fort District of Kentucky FrankfortThe season for making whisky In this district closed with a total of 81727 barrels or 3621443 gallons being mado by the 11 distil leries in and near Frankfort Tho now season will not open until October and during tho summer there will bo many Improvements made at all of the plants A warehouse that will hoed 30000 barrels is being built now at the Old Taylor plant and dis tilleries throughout the district will generally Increase their capacity dur- Ing the vacation TWO SOLDIERS DIE Owenton KyA G Gross and W II Wllholte two Confederate soldiers and two of the most highly respected and oldest cltlzcts of the county havo passed away Mr Gross was 73 years of age an lamest laborious Christian man and served in tho same company in tho Civil War with Mr Wllholte He leaves one daughter four brothers and four sistersMr Wilhotto was 72 years of ago nnd served tho four years of the war He was married In 1865 to Miss Eliza beth Williams who survives him The Commonwealth I Winchester Circuit Judge Benton appointed Leo S Baldwin ns circuit clerk td fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jonas Bush Baldwin has served a term as county clerk and for some years was chairman of tho Democratic county committee Lexington The Central Kentucky Millers association met here and elected D T Matlock of Winchester president W J Kennedy of Carlisle vice president and B M RennIck ot Paris secretary treasurer A move ment for the holding of a wheat show here In September was launched Covlngton Mayor Craig appointed George Seller nt the meeting of the board of aldermen to be city auditor of Covington to take the place of WIl- lIam S Gould The present auditor has held that position for tho past six years His successor was formerly as sistant postmaster of Covlngton Tho position pays flSQO a year Louisville In a fit of Jealous rage James C Bird a building contractor of this place shot and almost Instantly killed his wife Mrs Tames C Bird As a climax he Inflicted a wound In his throat with n knife that resulted In his death about SO minutes later The tragedy was enacted In the beau tiful home of James C Bird Thirty sixth street Frankfort KyCertain soft drinks will not be permitted to be sold In local option territory In Kentucky under the soft drink license Stata Auditor Frank P James sent out no tires to all of his revenue agents to put a ban on such drinks In local op tlon territory by collecting a liquor license from any person selling soft drinks containing alcohol Lexington KyAn automobile that was stolen In Loulsvllln from the private garage of Adger Stewart turned up at the farm of T J Drown four miles from Lexington Brown saId that three boys none of them over 20 came to his plnco In the machine They said that they were out of funds and offered to sell him the automobile Ho declined to buy It and they naked permission to leave It at tho farm Lexington News reached hero of the arrest of a man giving the name of Thaddous E York for trying to de fraud the State Bank of Chicago out of 5000 by means of an alleged fraudulent certificate of deposit by tho First National bank ot this city The man used a 20000 forged cer tificate in San Francisco to open an account and drew 5325 against It Ortlclals of the Firsts National bank believe that York Is the same man ar rested at Klatnath Falls Ore in April Nlcholasvllle James B Stears ed itor of the Jessamine News president of the Eighth District Publishers league has appointed as members of tho executive committee P H Flckles of the lilchmond Ilegister J B Pax ton of the Lawrenceburf News and 1 0 Sowors of the Valley View Ar sent Palntsvllle KyFour more bodloi havo been recovered from the Licking river making 10 thus far Tho amount of damage done by the flood has beon roughly estimated at 200000 Livestock crops and buildings wore wash crt away I J H zsas LIKES HAWAIIAN PRINCESS Washington Society Finds Delegates Wife Rapidly Adapts Herself to Its Usages Washington Ono of the most striking figures In Washington official life Is Princess Kalanlanaole wife of the delegate from Hawaii Since tho election of Prince Cupid as he Is popularly known to congress ten years ago he and his wife have es tablished a reputation for hospitality and have made a largo circle of friendsPrincess Kalanlanaole to give her tho Hawaiian title never tails to attract much attention at social func lions She Is a fine typo of Hawaiian womanhood and dresses sumptuously in the brilliant colors of which her countrymen are so fond Sho Is un usually tall and carries herself in the Painceash regal manner which is characteristic of her people Princess Kalanlanaole is fond of society and has readily adapted herself to Washington social conditionsBefore marriage to the scion of Hawaiian royalty Princess Kalanlanole was Elizabeth Kahanu Kaauwal daughter of a native chief of tho is land of Maul Her marriage to Prince Cupid October 8 189C was the occasion of great rejoicing throughout the islands Princess Kalanlanaolo was educated in English schools and took a finishing course in France Sho is a thorough linguist an artist of no small ability and an especially fine musician She has been largely instrumental In creating a vogue for Hawaiian music The native Instrument of Hawaii a variety of guitar which lends Itself readily to Kanaka folk music Is frequently hoard in the drawing room ot tho fine residences In Massachusetts avenue maintained by the Kalan Innaoles Former Queen Llllluokalanl of Hawaii the aunt of Prince Cupid Is a much feted guest when she comes to visit her young relatives Princess Kalanlanaole has a fine collection of native Jewelry and curios Among them Is the war hel met of tho national hero Kalakaua I Some bits of pottery which sho pOSe sesses are of untold antiquity and aro highly valued by collectors The hofuka the native dress of the Hawaiian women Is shown In great variety in a collection made by Prin cess Kalanlanaole Tho garment Is a sort of sublimated motherhubbard and is often made of costly fabrics and even ornamented by precious stones The princess possesses by the way some of tho finest Jewelry In Washington HEADS ILLINOIS PHYSICIANS Dr Alfred Cleveland Cotton of Chi cago Elected President of State Medical Association Chicago Dr Alfred Cleveland Cot ton recently elected president of the Illinois State Medical association has been In practise In Chicago for thirty two years For the last three years he has bben superintendent of the Jackson Park sanitarium for babies and for eighteen years ho has been physician of the Presbyterian hospi tal in which institution he Is also professor of pediatrics Dr Cotton was born In Grlggsvllle Pike county HI In 1847 and was graduated from Rush Medical college in 1878 In the civil war ho was a drummer In Company F Ono Hundred and Thirtyseventh Illinois Volunteer Infantry He form erly was city physician In charge of Isolation hospitalsI G I GARfiElD DEfiNES II HIS UTTITUDi EXPLAINS HIS POSITION OR y PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICANISM I I POLITICAL LIBERTY IS AT STAKE Says Those Who Seek to Drive tha Progressives Out of the Republican Party Are Blind to the Conditions find Needs of the People Cleveland In accepting an Invlta ton to speak before the new Progres r sive Republican organization of Cleve land on July 11 James R Garfield former secretary of the Interior and ward of Theodore Roosevelt wroto to the organization defining his atti tude on progressive Republicanism- It Is most timely to consider what the progressive movement means and what action it calls for wrote Mr Garfield Those who seek to drive the progressives out of the Repub lican party are blind to the conditions and needs of our people Such part sans would save the word but kill the spirit After describing the revolutionary N loaders as progressives Mr Garfield continued Today political liberty Is theatened by great special interests who would control our political ac tivities for their own benefit regard less of tho common good There is no halfway ground in the fight of today The special Interests must be driven out of politics and kept out ROOSEVELT DEFEATED Cobb Direct Nomination Bill Put to Death In New York Leg I islature Albany N Y Theodora Roosevelt Is to bo asked to get back in tho harness again His decisive defeat Infboth the senate and assembly by the Republican organization has created a situation which may force him to take an active part In the politics of both the state and the nation The Cobb direct nomination bill known as tho Roosevelt bill was put to death with 25 votes for It to t 19 votes against 26 votes being nit ccssary for it to have passed Col Roosvelts defeat was in no f sense a repudiation of his leadership or an Indication that his power is on tho wane those who stood with him say tFj 41 WATTERSONS SON INSANE C w 0h w ct Waves Pistol Wildly and Mortally Wounds Hotel Proprleto at Sau gertles N Y Saugerties N YEwlng Watter son eldest son of Henry Watterson edlto of the Louisville CourierJour nal who has been suffering from an j 1yearsMartin proprietor of the Market Street hotel The shooting was done in the cafe of the hotel Watterson ran up tho street waving Ills pistol wildly In the air and firing at every one who crossed his He was pathJtin several they fired shots taking effect Watterson was J finally overtaken and captured by a policeman THE MARKETSJ Louisville The market was fairly good and If anything a share stronger Rejections were light Dark prices ranged from 550 to 1175 and burley from 750 to 1950 Total offerings Burley 37 dark 84 original inspections 87 reviews 44- Cincinnati Miscellaneous Apples New 75co150 Early Har- Vest 450 brl transparents 5 brl Dueberrles4 a bu Peaches Geor gin 125al75 a sixbasket crate Po tatoes Louisville 17Sa2 nome grown new 2a225 PeasNew 125 a bu Raspberries Black 325a350 a crate red SaG a crate- Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 625a725 extra 735a7GO butcher steers extra 625a G75 good to choice 550aG belter extra 610 good to choice 525a6 cows extra 535a550 good to choke 450a525 canners 2a3 bulls bolog nas 375a450 extra 4COa475 fat bulls 5a550 CalvesExtra 850 fair to good 650a825 HogsSelnct cd heavy shippers 925a930 good to choice packers and butchers 125a 930 stags 625a725 common to choice heavy fat sows 750aS50 ex tra 860 pigs 110 Ibs and ICFS 915 a960 SheepExtra 4 good to choice 350a390 Lambs Extra 8 good to choice 650a785 common to fair 4a625 yearlings 375a525 Cincinnati Grain WheatNo2 red 105alOS No 3 red 90ca104 CornNo 2 white 67ai67d No 3 white 66a67c No white 63a65c No 2 yellow 62aC3c No 3 yellow G2aG2c No 4 yel low COaGlc No2 mixed C2a62c No 3 mixed 61a62c yellow ear SSaflSc mixed ear 64a66c white ear ClaCCc OatsNo 2 whlto 42tfva43c No3white 41a42c standard wh U 42a 42c No4 whlto 30a41c No 2 mixed 40ka41c No 3 mixed 39a4Uc Bar leyNo 2 spring 72a74c No 3 55i70 No4 G4a65c No 3 spring 70a72o Ryo No2 SOaSSc No3 73a78c No4 GSa 72c Malt Spring barley 80a83eIl y East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho cone pondence published uz1eu ilcned In fun by the writer The Dame It not for publication bat AI an evidence of good faith Write plainly vwvw uww q JACKSON COUNTY UUKKNHAIL- iQrcenhall July 4nnnle Plor son of Beattyvllle Is visiting relatives at Greenhall Miss Gertrude Flanery and Edith Agers of Ucattyvllle are visiting their grandparents The weather continues fine with frequent showers of rain Wheat la being cut 1and is extra good in Stony lanJ Oats are fine the corn crop awl a truck are looking well Since the Hon D C Edwards has been speak ing In Owsley and Jackson Counties there seems to be quite a change in Powers favor Many who have been i silent heretofore are now publicly de claring themselves for Powers The people seem to have no fault with Mr Edwards and are well pleased with his record in Congress He Is just out at the wrong time and against a man he should be for The people are going to stand by and elect Mr Pow elected to of ers who was honestly flee and robbed of iU wrongfully accus ed one of the most vile crimes over committed in the state of Ken tucky cast in jail for eight long years being tried several times Ho spent all his money and estate try ing to get a fair trial The people of this good old state believe in see ing justice dealt to all1lrs Gertrude Holcomb and children of Ohio I are visiting relatives at Nathanton Maulden Mrs Cyntha Flanery iandbegin teaching school at Hickory Flat the third Monday in July Pat rons of the district should see that their children are properly bupplted with books tablets pencils etc and that they enter at the beginning and attend the full termThe Green hall baseball team played the New Hope team Sunday on the Royal Oak diamond at the 9th inning the New Hope team jumped the game leaving the Greenhall team three tal lies ahead and with one batting to 1play Greenhall is far In the lead season Mrs Lucy J Thomas and Bent Piereon and family were i visiting J D Pierson SundayAndy Iierson and family were visiting re latives at Maulden Saturday and SUit dayW N Cook sold a small sow and five shoats for forty dollars Little Finley Pierson ate too much jla and was very sick Sunday evening Mrs W N Hughes sister Llllle 13 expected at Greenhall this weeks TrNIeR Tyner July 3The farmers are all up with their corn crops and are busy harvesting their wheatSchool will begin the 25th with W M Dunigan teacher losers W II Reynolds Jas Hamilton W J Jones and R 13 Reynolds have bought a new thresh ing machine to be delivered July 25 A traveling one armed magician will perform and make violin and banjo music at G W Millers Monday nlghtIr Jim McDowell and Garnett Ferris of East Bernstadt have been visiting in this vicinity the past week The ball game between Tyner and Terrill Creek teams was well attended The score was 4 to 1 in favor of Tyner KKKHV KNOll Kerby Knob July 4A series of night meetings will be held here this week conducted by the Rev Lunsford of Dreyfus Bessie Powell of Kingston and Myrtle Click were guests of Miss Laura Click Saturday nlghtIr Parley Click of Tenn Is making a short visit among rel atives at this place Corn crops look more prosperous since the hot days began Oat crops are fine Elmer Click and flee Williams of this place attended court at Richmond Monday nDBLBY Hurley July 3We are having a nice rain here today and corn crops are looking fine Several from this place attended church at Birch Lick Sunday Mr and Mrs George Mc Collum visited at Horse Lick Satur day night and Sunday Messrs Ben Gabbard and Dennle Johnson went to Bethel Sunday Mr Wiley Ro berts started for Hamilton 0 Sat urday Mr John McCollum visited at South Fork Sunday night School will begin at this place July 11 with Mrs Tillie York as teacherWe are having a fine Sunday school at this placeMr Ned Lakes went to Rich mond Sunday Mr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr visited ut Riley Amyx Saturday night Several of the boys around here are planning on going to Illinois in a few daysNext Satur day and Sunday are our regular church days at Indian Creok- MILDHKII Mildred July 4Most every one Is laying by corn In this community The Tyner Blues played Terrill Creek Browns Sunday evening Score WHYI1 U1892PureSpunAluminum Kitchen Ware Is Better Than Agate or Enamelii Because it is sanitary and saves your t money time and health The genuine spun aluminum ware stamped with the Maltese Cross will outlast any other cooking t utensils and is guaranteed by t hmakers for twentyfive years It is pure wholesome and hygienicrno danger of metal poisoningcannot pnlp 1 into the food because pure SPUN Al num expands with the heat and wif notef f crack scale or peel like the old style wareT Enamel ware is iron coated with col- oredr glass Heat causes the glass 0chip I tnffinto the food in minute hi + t into the stomach is apt to cause r serious troubles including cancer accord ing to some medical authorities 1892 Pure Spun Aluminum Wareis c2m- ade from solid Aluminum throw boutno t coatings of glassand expands i uniformly j- I under heat It cannot crack r like the out of date enameled utensilslHt JJ j IithisYou owe it to yourself and Jcyery member of the household t and better kitchen ware a lraatiyt4est- If it fails to do what is claimed for fyou- get your money back without umjble or I f a cross word I I J f hori p SCOTT Berea S Kentufcky a 4 to 1 in favor of Tynor The Hon J 11 Edwards made a business trip to London last weekSeveral from this place attended church at Bloom ing Grove Sunday Mrs Jane Morris is visiting in Laurel County this weekH C Nantz is offering 100 per day for corn hoers and cant hardly get them at that price Crops are looking very well on an average filnce the warm weather E N 803 ley Is all smllis over the arrival of a fine boy last Sunday night Moore Bros are attaching a saw mill la their water mill to edge plank with A J Shepherd was In town on legal business today Today Is the Fourth of July but there seems to be noth ing doing In this part to celebrate it Every one ought to celebrate in a sober manner CLOSER llOTTOM Clover Bottom July 3 Robert lisle Grover Drew and Mrs Beatrice Drew passed thru here today from visiting Mr Drews mother at Ever greenMr Jack Cruse who has been sick for some time is able to sit up again llnnsford PunIs and Roy Dean while swinging a few days ago fell and dislocated Roy Dean1 arm and hurt Mr Purvis very badly and he has not been able to vworH since Oats are tine In this section and corn is looking well Uncle W K Blcknell failed to attend church today for the first time that your correspondent can remember Church at Cave Springs today with the Rev Messrs Jas Lunsford Stauderfer and Bicknell in attendance itaau Hugh July 4Crops are looking fine In thlsllBrtG M Benge is done laying by corntr Will Parks is some better at this writing Mr R I Hale Mr and Mrs Grover Drew of this place visited relatives at Horse Lick Saturday night Mr Lewis Park and wife are visiting here Hardln Azbill says he lives in a little village of 500 Inhabitants and every one Is for Caleb Powers =Mr Geo Bongo and family were guests of Mrs Benges parents Sun dayold Aunt Mary Eagle is visiting relatives at this placeWe are sorry that the grist mill at this plac has quit grinding OWSLEY COUNTY IUCKTOWN Rlcetown July 2lIad a good shower Saturday Judge Price was hew Thursday Mr and Mrs Henry Seme visited Mr and Mrs C B Gabbanl last Saturday and SundayJames 11 Gabbard spent last Saturday nlgnt with friends at Cow Creek Ballard Huff has returned home from Leslie CountyE E Gabbard who Is stay ing at Buckhorn spent Tuesday night with home folks Floyd Lucas of Duck Creek will teach at EsauCorn- Is very scarce In this section and selling at 1 a bushel Jno Reynolds and wife visited relatives at Cow Creek last Saturday and Sunday It W Minter sprained his ankle very badly The Rev Messrs Perry Roy nolds and Arnold Helton of Brewt hltt County preached at John Gab hards of Cow Creek last Sunday It is said that Powers will get over 70 per cent of the voters of this section TUATELIEU3 ItKST Travelers Roet Crops are looking very promising In this section The Hon D C Edwards delivered an in teresting lecture at this plate June 22nd in behalf of his candidacy for congressman Mr E C White wn has been In Louisville for several months is expected home on a visit next week The teachers of Owsley were contracted to their respective schools last Saturday and many of them will begin Monday July IHh Sunday school at this place every Sunday at 2 p nrThe Wild Dog SirVhijll team lined up with the Njv Hope bOT afternoon Score 24 to 1 In favor otCtJ4JLollelrD- udley Wilson will entertal Mrl r White while vlsltlnprjjome forks next week Horn to Mr and Mrs J C Wilton a fine baby boy June 23d r Y COUNTY- I ram 0i position to give you beUer prices tidyiuallty ftp general mor chandla you jave buys expect ing You are invited to come and see for gejjj y nsl- pi tewart Spfingiree Ky W ba on h nd some UO owing mac tthy which c r t for 125 mile of 3Qdaysjiae y0 t1 tnour gfgcftJJjt W e have al for 12 n ghel tou will f i 1T3u prices tin tUroc lea low Tin elsewliew JJall fand see uner Broak gtore at jhouth of tacks Creek4t 1 l 1D S Slushier Manager lOQRe fd 100 VThe readeft pf tilt Paper will be pleased to tarn that there It atJcst ont headed disease uqjtcience4aabeen able to cure in all iti its HalVa Catarrh Cure U the only ix ciUve cure now known to the medical lratern Gfltarrh being ttutlonal din ease reqiitreiaconntiintlona treatment Halli Catarrh Cure fi acting direct ly upon the Mood and nmpoua nurfacea of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and thcjpatlcnt strength by building up the Constitution and nature in doing work The proprietors have so much faith In iti curative power that they afTer One hundred nollara for an cue that It rail I to cure Send for list of testimonial Address 1 J CIIENIyY k CO Toledo O Takehalllal1y tiMi fye for cotutlpatlc a t I SEXTONS CRKEK Sextons Creek July lCorn la sell ing at one dollar per bubhel in this community and not much for that Corn crops are looking wellJ A Hunter will commence a ten days singing school nt the mouth of Anlr llns Branch Saturday School will Commence hero the 18th Inst with Steve Klcth as teacher Th R v J P Metcalf will fill his regular appointment at Corinth on the second Saturday and Sunday in July MatI on Smith cut about one handrcd and forty dozen of wheat for J A Hun ter in less than two days Oat crops are very goodtln this locality Sarah Saylor of Tan visited relatives here Tuesday unu Wednesday Mary Sparks who has been sick for sometime Is not well yet but some better Mrs Martha Bray has been visit ing her sister Mary Sparks for the past few daysMrs Settle Jenkins is staying with Lizzie Saylor this weekW N Burch will teach tit the mouth of Anglln this year Brad ley Morgan of Cincinnati Ohio huIbeen visiting his parents for theI last few daysP B Hay spoke at the Clark school house Wednesday night in the Interest of an organiz ation of the F armers Unloti T A Becknell will teach at Splvy this year Monroe King will touch it Lower Wolf Cree- kROCKCASTLE COUNTYa- oocuLANU Goochland July IThe Rev T D Mullins of Livingston will preach nt Sycamore the first Sunday In July Hardln Moore and family attended church at the Glades near Berea last Sunday There WitS preaching at Pleasant 11111 last Saturday nn1 Sunday conducted by the Rev D Parker Mrs Floyd Peters Iii 111 ut this writing James W H Jones will teach the school at this placo Floyd Peters Abe Anglin and Richard Wild of thIs place took the excursion for Hamilton Ohio Sunday Crops are looking flue In this part at pro senhrWork will begin on the new bchool house at this place in a short tlmem Marcum and others are logging for J L Jones this week The I O 0 F of Goochiand had a grand rally last Saturday night at the hallMrs J W Phillips was the guest of Stella Sexton SundayA G Phillips Is slckJ F Dooley bought a pair of mules of Willis Johnson for 300J W H Jones has organ ized a Forehand and Wadsworth Lodge at Goochland with six charter members John Young and Liuie Rnymey were married Sunday Jno Witt and wife of Doublollck visited at Goochland SundayLewisto Guire of Kerby Knob section was in our midst first of week on buMneM Lynn Abrams of Big 11111 passed thru Goochland SaturdayStella Sexton of Climax is with homo folks this week BOONE Boone Juno 7lrs Rotta Grant who has been quite 111 is improving Mr and Mrs J Wren visited rela tives at Clear Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs C S Smith wero Berea visitors Sunday lastIr Joe Kjiuoklea who has been sick for some time is- improvingMrs Mattle Gadd of Rockford was in our midst Sunday Mrs B Chasten was visiting her daughter Mrs Mug Coffey near Borea James Thomas railroad employe of Livingood visited relatives here Sun dayMr and Mrs H T Chastmm visited Mr and Mrs A M Cha ten at Snider Sunday Mr Goo Poynter made a hulsnesa trip to Brodhead Sat unlay Public school will begin at I this placo Monday next with Mlw Hattie Poynter as teaoher Mr Henry Gadd of Rockford was In this vicinity Sunday Miss Nellie Grant returned home after a visit with her sister nt this placov Mr Wm Gadd of Rock lord has been working for Mr John Wren and D Grant Mltte Hattie and Battle Poynter entertained a number of youngfolks at their house Sunday I Mr and Mrs Towery of Paint Lick were In this vicinity SaturdayMr I 0 IL Sims and Andy Wren were vlit tors in Conway Sunday I SMDIIll Snider July 4Crops In this vici nity are looking fine after the heavy rain Sunday A largo crowd attend ed Sunday school at Fairview Sun tiny as It was Chlldrens day und had a basket dinner All had a nice time Misses Rena and Mary Smith vU Ited Miss Jennie Chasteon Saturday nlghtlr C H Smith of Conway visited his father and mother Mr and Mrs Robert Smith Sunday Mr Jim rind Mlsn Mary Smith of Brindle Ridge visited friends at this plane Saturday and Sunday Mr Hugh De words la very poorlyMr Army Gadd and family have returned to their home at Straight Creek after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives it Conway MADISON COUNTY ItEtPUH Dreyfus July IThe Rev Taylor Jf Barbourvllle preached here Sntur lay night and Sunday Mr Victor SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allens FootEaw the antlxeptlc iiowdcr It cure aadlnttaonyukahcomfort discovery of the ere Alleni FootEaia mallei tight or uew shoe feel easy It It a certain core lor wiitlntfcallouiiiwollenttrod aching fette tDd4ytoldDont cupt For KKKE trul park- age addrcii Alien S Olmited Le hey N Y Spencer of Indianapolis is In town for a few weeksMr William Lul cue and brother of Lee County are visiting at Mr James Puckctts this week Mrs F M Jones and Miss Maude Baker are visiting relatives Parksville Miss Pearl Young is visiting her sisters Mrs R L RlddfllI and Mrs George Reynolds In lIamll ton OhioMr Jame Lunsford is In Jackson County this week on bust nessMr and Mrs Thomas Baker took dinner with Mr and Mrs Owen Lake Sunday Miss Myrtle Winkler Is staying with her sister Mrs JUt Todd this week Miss Mollle Spark Is with friends at Kingston this week Mr John Lunsford has Just return ed from a trip In Jackson Mr Tom Holland Is erecting a now dwelling house In our little town Mr Ewell Baker who has been sick for quite a while Is Improving Our Sunday school Is still progressing nicely The Methodists will begin a tent meeting here the 5th of July Wo hope to have large attendance mend good order Mr James Lunsford en tertained a number of friends at hIs home Sunday KILVKK CHIIHK Silver Creek July 4Crowe are looking well In this section of the country Mr Iko Johnson who line been living on Mr Armstrong place line returned to Silver Creek baying there is no place like home Mr William Burncll an aged and respected citizen died of the infirmities of old age and was laid to rest near this place Blessed are they who rile in the Lord Miss Flossie host otter has returned to her homo in Ohio after a pleasant visit with the Misses Johnson Miss Katherine Lake daughter of J W Lake spout Sunday night with her brother and wifeMr Bob Harris has sold his farm to Mr Jacob Haley and is planning to go west soon Several from this place attended the Fourth cele bration at B rca Monday Thura was a call meeting at Silver Creek church Sunday In order to select a minister for the remaining year but they failed to select oneMr Pennl man has been holding n successful meeting at Cow Be- llLESLIE COUNTY HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Hydon Ky We do a general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and in dividual thruout eastern Kentucky We arc seeking new business and we are prepared to take care of it A B Eversole Pres T G Lewis Vice Pros Thos L Gabbard Cashier ll YEN Hyden July 2Therc are ton canes of smallpox on Muncys Creek about three miles from Hydon The Comity Board of Health with the aid of the County officers has quarantined all the patients and those who have been exposed art making every effort to stop the spreading of the- disenseFhe County Toechors Inuti tute will convene hero July Sth with C D Lewis of heron an Instructor anti the program includes a merry good time and lots of good things for the teachers and all who attend ThOllIfiRndtloksPress Association at Mlddlesboro and Plnovllle latst weok and la now back home settling up all of his busy new here nnd looking for new fiutir t nu The ThoumiuMlcks plant wan burned here a few weeks kick and Mr Chnppell has decided not to re build The paper will bo mimed very much in this town and It in hoped that some one will start a paixr hero soon Taylor Muncy the traveling repro ntative of The Cittern was here Frldnf getting bub crllxn It IB reported that the Prrabytr IBIIB will rebuild their Academy here and will continue to teach in the interest of Leslie County people They have done a great deal for th people of Hyden and Leslie Counry I only by and we appreciate it very much For tile last few days the political pot In Hyden lies lost interest ns between Edwards and Powers and the Jeffries and Jack Johnson fight has been tho order of the dayTho big celebration planned by tho Hy den people for the 4th was called off on account of the smallpox + CIIAriKII- Chappell Juno 28 Mr M H Far ley Is at Chappell on business v this weekM M Witt Is on tho mend from a bad ubot Corn Is looking line at this place Charley Jackson Is doing well teaching schoolDr Collins and 11 C Valentino passed here on their way to Harlan Glen North massed his too seriously hoeing corn and has gono to Hot Bllrlnsjwo1111 M tn H rllanllrIdge joined tho church and was bap tized- HKITON Helton Juno lOCrolS are doing very well in this locality Cattle are trading reasonably wfJlIlr John Estrldgo of Jackson County has been buying cattle in thla vicinity Ho took off some 10 or 20 head of cattle Tho Hon John L Morgan school teacher of Leslie County was married to Mist Lizzie filunlier Wo wish them much hnppint ps in ilfe t Edwards and Powura both seem to have a good chance to win in this vicinity at election There will be meeting at Bleach Fork school w house Saturday and Sunday Geonje Luster was seriously kicked by a mule recently There are holes hv II will recover Mr T E Rose an1 wife moved from Helton to Svhlttay County where they will wake their GARRARD COUNTY IAINT LICK Paint Lick July 4Rainy weather btlll contlntifB farmers are badly behind with their work July 4th was IJ U B dablmrds COth birthday Ue i had with him 18 Ruobtn for dinner The Rev Bryant filled his regular npiKilntmvnt at Wallaccton baptistIchurch past Sunday Miss Fannie Kldd went to Richmond last Monday and was operated on last Wednesday R IL Soiwr nnd family were the guests of Q E Brook man last Sat urday night Undo Tommy Ballerd is very illMr Blnam Davis and Miss Pearl Bowen surprised their many friends last Wednesday bi uloplng to Jolllco and getting married May joy and happiness ever be theirs Mm Ebb Brocknmn and two children wero the guosU of O U Gabbard and family last Monday night Mica Stella linker is visiting friends and relatives In 1IIInolsIJeff Davis children have got tht measles HARLAN COUNTY IMLAY- Imlay June I0People are JItIlW- rally wtllI In thin section We are INn ing fine summer weather hire now at last and corn crops are looking well last n little small for the tlm v of the year Potatoes and vegetables of all kinds are fineProepeeta ar fine for a good mast Hogs are warce Corn haling and bow hm Ing are all the IOWO have a Sun day school organized at this plae and we hope it will have gold attend anco and good behavior r WE BU- YWOOL HIDESANOFURIieulkalaa trt aI de bttttt fat jQI tillitib K cB miu machos RtlaMce n lank U Ltiitfillt Vft what Weelfli iFitsINtshippersWiltb piu luL II S1JIE1 SONS to IMlIffI ISAVE YOUR FOWLS I Care I reoocnlzcd all theaundanl poultry eppenonGapes Cholera tonp Limber ntck Dlurrttoe and all exltta forma of tIIIu1try tll frreooffromd reaaoaASoebottlemates12guleluneof medicine bealtby Vox nnd tbo treatment of Blackhead and other diseases tn turkeys IIManultcntred to Bourbon Remedy CoI11LulJiCOGAtAII Lacdlna Druaalats 60o pr Bottle Trial Vial Free For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Ecu a Ky OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati Tills College was organized in 1846 nml the CStli Annual Session begins October 4 1010 Three HOBfilonn of seven months each are re quired for graduation This IK the first dental college estnbllfilied in the West It is coeducntlonnl and tins n teaching corps of twenty in structors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the require ments of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring nnd Fall Courses in clinical instruction are also givenFor further information and announcement nddress II A SMITH D D S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio