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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ULS I DENT b OFFICE I3EREA KY X 11jj1IIIlIAIUII Knowledge is power and they t SHINGCOTHE CITIZEN way to keep up with modern Ji Ii J P FAULKNER knowledge newspaper is to read a good Enttrtd at tt rod opee at 01 ciao a at mafltrLJevoted to the Interests of the Mounts is People iVol XII Five cents a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 14 1010 One Dollar a year No3I rl1 t f 1 Big Clothing Sale 4 2 July 9 to 23 1910 l at9 This will be the greatest Bargain JfOffering ever made in Berea We are over stocked with Spring and ummer suits which must be sold in the next two weeks I There will also be a deep cut made on all furnishing goods hatsh etc R R COYLE Berea Kentucky a NEWS OF THE WEEK Prosecution of Trust Officers Wo man for President of National Edu cational Association Company for Aerial Navigation Protests against Prize Fight Pictures AN ADVANCED bTB11t is re ported on good authority that the HDvoromunt proposos to take an ad vanced step In tho prosecution of trust offenders No longer will civil lulls only bo brought against those law breakers but the governmont will I Institute criminal proceedings This conclusion Is reached after the con viction that tho law breakers aro Inclined to wink at civil prosecutions and are often glad to pay their flnos and continue to violate tho I law It Is believed that If thoy are i confined to jail or to tho peniten I tiary they will think twice before continuing tholr law breaking career A WOMAN AT TilE 11EADTho- Nnllonnl Educational Association the greatest educational organization I In tho world has Reeled Mrs Ella Flagg Young president for tho noxt I year During the Bosnian held at Bos ton which has Just closed somo fine I political maneuvering was dono by tho women of tho organization Mrs i Young was defeated before the nomin sting committee but her name was gcarried before tho convention at largo lrofesIFor mal School of Colorado two to ono In her Inaugural address Mrs Young htiggcsts some Important Innovations which she hopes to put through dur I ing her administration Sho Is ono ot tho moat noted educators of tho i country being superintendent of thoI 1 4 Chicago City Schools WANTS TO BE GOVEiLNORMrs- Marllla M Richer a prominent attor 11- 1f ney of Now Hampshire has announ j ced her candidacy for tho Republi trangubernatorial nomination AERIAL NAVIGATION H Is an flounced from St Louis that a com pany has been formed to establish w an aerial navigation line Ships are to btf used that will carry over ono J hundred passengers and make a hundred miles an hour In a forty milo wind It Is claimed that this Is the I result ot a now Invention that Is to 4 bo exploited It Is also announced from Now York that Walter Wollmnn will attempt to cross the Atlantic ocean In tho dlri glblo balloon America This Is tho Mr craft that Mr Wellman was plan ning to use on his trip to tho polo which ho was prevented front making by the announcement of Pearys dis cov- eryI PICTURE MEN PROBABLE LOSERS It seems likely that tho moving picture men who planned to reap such vast fortunes from their films of tho JeffriesJohnson fight are going to be disappointed Pro tests have gono up all over tho coun try and city after city has debarred these shbws r OLD SOLDIERS GOINOIl Is est A mated that ninetytnames are dropped- t t J tflfh day from tho pension rolls and It Is said that the total number ot iitw graves for 1009 reached the enor mous sum ot 608901 Soldiers of tho Blue and Gray aro both vanishing rap Idly Tho last pensioner ot the Revolutionary War was Esther Damon of Plymouth Vt who died In 190C Tlio last survivor of the war of 1812 was Hiram Cronk of N Y who died In 1005 If the soldiers ot tlw Civil war maintain tho same rate of longevity we may expect tho last ooo to dlo In 108- 1KBNTUCKIAN HUNG IN 01110 Carl Etherington of Kentucky was mobbed and hung In Newark 0 last Friday night Kthorington was a spec ial detective employed by tho anti saloon forces and had attempted to arrest a saloon keeper a former IwHconmn who was violating tho law In the altercation tho saloonkeeper was killed and at night a mob battore4 down tiro jail doors led the oung man pleading for land life to a brutal death Governor of Ohio has suspended tho mayor and sheriff of the city and has a special grand Jury empaneled to Investigate tho riot Tho entire country Is pointing to this Ohio town as an example of how violations of the law on a small scale led to tho entire overthrow of government IICl CREAM CONES TO GOUn- I Under tho government puro food laws officers In many places are confis cating and destroying Ice cream cones They are said to contain boric acid and aro very detrimental to health PROMINENT CITIZEN DIES Deep sorrow camo In tho Barber homo last Friday when death took away tho husband and father Mr John Drooks Barber Mr Barber was seriously ill for a few days only before his death which occurred early Friday morning In the Uerwi Hospital I Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon In tho Christian church by tho pastor ROT Mr Wat Bou and tho body was laid to rest In tho Berea cemetery Mr Barber was born In Hopkins County In 1805 Ho same to Benta threo years ago from Nlcholasvlllo und accepted tho position ot manager of the Slake Factory here Thoho lived hero tar a short tlmo only ho won the respect and admir ation of nil his fellowworkers and neighbors with whom bo canes In contact Ho was a man of few words yet tho Influence of his strong and simple Christian life drew hosts ot friends to his side Mr Barber leaves a largo number of relatives and friends who mourn his loss Among his relatives are his mother ono brother and two sis torn In Indianapolis Ind and his wife and six children Lela Halllo and Nina Emil Naoma and John Tho family will remain In Berea and Miss Lcla has accepted tho posi I tion of cashier and bookkeeper of the Spoke Factory Tho entire com munity give their full sympathy to tho bereaved onesrL I y jiv VA t IVf ifT ft I VV r i rfr f K t t lJ J l tio w The opening of school throughout the State this week suggests specialemphasis of that important event No one should fail to read the articles by Prof Lewis on the Teacher and the First Day by Prof Seale on the Opening Day by Frof Dizney on the Institute by Prof Marsh on Industrial Education forthe Public Schools Attention is called tq the following Editorials for this week LENGTHENING LIFE The average length of life in Switzerland has increased from 212 years in the 10th century to 307 in the 20th In other words it has practically doubled in 400 years In Sweden the average life is 500 years in Denmark 502 in France 457 in England and Wales 441 in Prussia 410 in India 230 and in Mass 441 while for the rest of the union it ranges down in the 30u It is estimated that the general average of life in the 10th century was between 18 and 20a little lower than it is now in India but it stands at the present time between 38 and 40 The length of life increases with the practice of sanitation and preventive medicine and in Germany where sanitation has reached its highest development 27 years has been added to the span of life in a century In Massachusetts it is lengthening at the rate of about 14 years acentury Most people desire to live long and there is a way It is the way of cleanlincM or general sanitation We need not wait a cen tury to get the 10 years added If we could eliminate the deaths from consumption typhoid and the other filth diseases we would add more thai the ID years at once And these deaths will cease with cleanliness We suggest this health program No spit no consumption- No flies no typhoid Pure milk and pure water no diphtheria no scarlet fever no cholera infantum no diarrhoea A cold sponge bath every morning in winter and a cold plunge bathevery morning in summer and no colds and less pneumonia BAD BUT NOT HOPELESS Wo have known parents who were satisfied with the Public Schools and justified their indifference by saying They are better than they were in our day Some people seem to forget that the schools should not only keep step with the progress in other lines achievement but that they should be the leaders Comparisons should not be made with the past except to show improvement Theyshould be made with other movements that mark progress andwith schools in other states andcountries If we accept this standard of judgment Kentuckys Educational statistics will be rather startling Here are some of the statements that were published by the State Superintendent about two years ago 1238 districts with one room log houses Even the Blue- Grass has its shacks near farms that sell horses at from 5000 to 100000 One is said to be overlooked by a 10000 monument to a dead race horse 100 districts with no schools at all The percentage attendance in the Public Schools in Ky less than that of every other state and territory but one her rank Gist In High School and College attendancethe lowest 52d And the results As to native white illiterate voters Kentucky fourth from the bottomonly South Carolina Louisiana and New Mexico having more One county reported with one third of its population un able to read andwrite In two years time there has been some improvement of course but possibly the improvement elsewhere has been greater If that should be the case we would have the same ratio of backwardness Efforts have been made to suppress these figures on the ground that the states reputation was being injured but the answer came that the outside world knew them before the state did and even now they are not generally known Wo do not hesitate to publish them though we must cover our faces in shame as we do it They ought to be known by every par ent they must be known by every teacher if the situation is to be greatly improved and in this our Public School number we give them the greatest possible prominence that they may inspire teach ers anti officers to greater efforts at this the very opening of the schools for the year As we see it to put our schools on a plane of efficiency and equipment for the work for which they are intended twelve steps of progress are needed as follows The reading habit in the home Beautiful School surroundings Interior decoration and equipment Proper heating ventilation and lighting Increased Teaching force providing for grades Medical inspection School gardens Fhysicial training- Consolidation of Rural Schools Agricultural training Manual training Domestic Science S S PICNIC The Annual picnic ot the Sunday School of tho Berea Baptist church was held last Saturday In tho beau tiful grove on the Gabbard Farm Just east of town Time day was perfect and tho attendance large After a big picnic dinner there were many games for young and old A number of balloons were sent up and all hail a genuinely good time AU unusual and striking feature was the parade with which tho day began The entire Sunday school form ed In marching array class by class sixteen classes In all and marched to tho stlrlng music ot the College Band from tho Church up Richmond Street to Main Street around the Square and down Center Street to tho Picnic Grounds This Sunday school has an enroll mont ot about 300 and although there were not this many in the par ado there were enough to make a great showing The companies while marching in doublo column extend ed over two blocks Alt the classes z 7 1 ii tii k wore special costumes or carried special colors and carried class banners while in addition everyone in tho parade carried an American flag The first prize for making a fine appearance In the parade was awarded to Mrs W IL Porters class There were somo thirty girls march ing in this class all dressed In white wearing yellow oxfordcaps and carry Ing a daisychain which reached from shoulder to shoulder of each girl The second prize was awarded to Miss Nannlo McWhorters class Tko parade and picnic were both- a great success and are characteristic of the enthusiastic endeavor and en terprise ot this Sunday school Go from Here te Hear News A rug said to bo worth mere than 11100 and the Anent In the world baa been presented to the White House at Washington by a wealthy Armenian merchant of New York This precious rug is imperial silk heavily jeweled with rich pearls turquoises rubles tad ether precious stones It lau been framed aa a screen for the alien of the vYttUeata parlerLad tt Tit lI 1 rJf r ot I oi I NO DEPOSIT Is too small to be welcomed nt this bank I It Is the frequency of deposits that shows character Your State Laws The laws of our state as 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 are a depositor in this bank you have both Good men obeying good laws that is the guarantee we give our patrons If such an evidence of protection and service ap peals to you we shall be glad to have you deposit here You can begin with 1 Berea Bank Trust Co 5 W H PORTER President J F DEAN Cashier u m THE POLITICAL ARENA In the political arena events seem to be taking the direction suggested last week In the artlfcle entitled The Pot Simmers TherfIs news from tho summer there Is news from Saga more Hill the latter rather holding tho stage In point of interest Tho Presidents Callers The president has had many call ers the chief of whom has been Sec Balttnger who came away very much assured it seems and rather defi ant toward nil the critics of himself and his policies The rumor that he cwrkd Msresignation along to hand to tho president must have been all ort At least he did not present it and that seems now to be very far from his thought He says he is In the fight to stay That he is still I very much in the saddle or is though to be Is evidenced by tho widespread belief that another prominent Forestr official is soon to goMr Newell Countrys Verdict I The country has condemned Balling er but the court of Inquiry has not and In all likelihood never will They are too well up in tho game of politics to do so It they ever intend to until after tho fall elections And if tho Investigating committee finally hands In Its verdict exone rating Balllnger tho country is too well onto the situation now to evor feel that Plnchot lost his fight for the people Ho has already won for the administration Is now doing the things for which he contended the president having withdrawn many millions of acres of land from public entry during the past week in com pliance with the new conservation law Mr Balllnger seems to think that these withdrawals vindicate him be foro the country but it will bo long before the people forget that tho law under which the withdrawals are now made is but tho result of tho pop ular demand upon congress which fol lowed the sacrifice of Plnchot e Rivers and Harbors Bill President Taft has had plenty to do besides discuss matters with hU callers Some of the bills passed by congress awaited his signature and ono In particular required a great deal of attention before it could bo disposed of It was the Rivers and Harbors Bill which provides an expenditure of fifty million dollars on certain designated Improvement projects The president does not like the bill and at one time thought very seriously of vetoing it but concluded not to do so contenting himself with severely criticising it warning con gress that ho would never sign an other like It and Indicating the kind of measure that should be puss ed The chief objection to the bill is that there are too many projects Included and not enough money ap propriated to complete ninny of them Congress thus puts Itself In the posi tion of being forced next session to make additional appropriations to save the work already done and In many cases the delay occasioned by the wait for appropriations will en tall tremendous waste Bills of this kind are popularly dubbed Pork Bar rep measures for the reason that much of the money appropriated is handed out by congress as a kind of Itsop to more or less doubtful cpnstltu 1 I +The pre 8to the country s r+ pCoattuut1 on tlflll fF rh1 ft- IN OUR OWN STATE Commission Government for Lexlng ington Deficit In State Finances Bad Flood In Magoffln County Another Victim of PellagraBig- Fire at Mt VernonC- OMMISSION GOVERNMENT AS SURED Reports from Lexington In dicate that the commission form of government that has been agitated for weeks has met with such approval as to insure the calling of an elec tion to vote on the plan It is claim ed that more tharf 45 per cent of tho citys voters have signed the peti tion and it is thought that the scheme will carry in the election v STATES FINANCES IN BJLD SHAPEThe state treasurer an nounces that ale Income for the last fiscal year is much less than during the previous year while the expEnd tures have Increased enormously Thewexact figures given by tho treasurer are G838CS009 for 1909 and fCC57 69803 for1910 a difference a little more than 151000 while the expenditures for the state for 1910 have been J97C0003J more than receipts THE MAGOFFIN COUNTY FLOOD News continues to arrive of the tre rlblo flood In Magoffln County It seems that the first reports were by no means exaggerated Numbers of homes were swept away and farms devastated Six lives were lost and some 450 arc homeless A re cent account desclbes the narrow es cape of the wife of Representative Langley of the tenth Congressional district Only her steady nerve and marked heroism saved her life and that of tho household of her motherJinlaw at Spurlock Floyd governor has Issued a call for aid to the sufferers THE DREADED PELJAGRAPelI- lagra which Is fast becoming a scour has claimed another Kentucky victim In the person of Mary Hall a negro woman of Franklin Ky In con nection with this news Item il Is Interesting to note that a report from North Carolina announces the discovery of the cure of this terrible disease in the form of a blood ser I um It is to be hoped that this report is well founded BIG FIRE AT MT VERNON Last Sunday morning the town of Mt Vernon was visited with a destruc tive fire The stores of U G Baker F Kreuger Son and S W Davis were burned The merchants sustained a total loss of buildings and stock with tho oxceptfon of Baker who saved some of the goods In the store Tho loss is estimated at 35000 but tho Insurance amounts to about 26 000FIGHTING THE DUST Bids aro being let In Fayetto County for oil Ing the roads to allay tho dust nul I lance The work is to bo done dif ferently from last year Only one side Is to bo oiled at a time leaving tho other side for traffic until the 1 oil has taken effect This is only J another movement in the direction of the work of general sanitation 1 TEACHERS INSTITUTE By Prof Disney 4 Do Its fruits justify its onJDoes It deserve to live any What a price should be placed on s l time head of any man or woman who would ralso such a question Well t you are at least half way right But Is it properly appreciated Our Y Teachers Institute Is an old Itfatitu tlonItisa wlsq and beneficial pro 7 j CugllauedonksPeRe W ii1- R 1 CO t 1 ifl 1 dre ltliTF s RUB1BYTA WNCPAWFOPD- c AUTHOR OF vIlHACltlfcJeA R Ttl IWYTRRTIOnc1BY s COPYRJCM907eYnAUOM WAWFt D SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded atran was prospecting and studying herbs In the vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubles hoping that the stranger would love her in return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the en trance and drew off the water supply leaving the couple to die Baraka cousin betrothed attempted to climb down a cliff mine but i the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Baad car lied du his out of the tunnel and a carryingbagshe could cult Margaret DonnendMargaritad Cordova a famous donna became engaged In London to Konatantln Lo rotheU a wealthy Greek financier Her fntlmats friend was Countess Leven sown All Lady Maud whose husbana had been killed by a bomb In St Petersburg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an Amen I tan who had become one the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as soon as he heard of her betrothal lie offered Lady Maud J5000000 for her pet charity It she would aid him In winning- the singer from Logothetl Baraka approached otheti at Versailles with Dies to sell lie presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and pant it to Venice He was visited by Daraka In male attire She gave him a r 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 Mar garet took a liking to Van Torp who pre vented her with the ruby Baraka had given him CHAPTER V Contlnued I never heard such an amusing set of stories as you are telling me today she said That particular one Is Logothetls he answered and he can probably tell you much more about the girl Is she really very pretty Marga ret asked Well saId Van Torp quoting n saying of his favorite great man for Send Potts people who like that kind of thIng I should think that would be the kind of thing theyd like The prIma donna smiled Can describe her she asked Did ever read a fairy story about a mouse that could turn Into a- Uger when it liked T Inquired the American In a tone of profoupd medi tation as If he were contemplating a vision which Margaret could not see No said she I never did I dont think I did either But there might be a fairy story about that mightnt there Margaret nodded with an expression of die pleased interest and he went on Well it describes Miss Barrack to a T Yes thats what I call her Shes put Barak on her business card whatever that means In a Christian language but when I found out It WitS a girl I christened her Miss Barrack People have to have names of some kind If youre going to talk about them But thats a digression Par don me Youd like a description ef the young person Im just thinking How did you find out she was a girl Margaret asked ana her tone ws suddenly hard H was a cueaUon of form illsboIbe said awkwardly Form T Formality I dont vader stand Margaret waa really hustled f w- tl No not Mr Van Torp was actu ally blushing I mean his formor her form Oh her figure T You merely guessed It was a girl In boys clothes Certainly Yes Only you see he had a kind of fitthe boy dIdand I thought ho was going to faint so I picked him up and carried him to a sofa and well you understand Miss Donne I knew I hadnt got a boy In my arms thats all I should think sot assented tho Englishwoman Ta sure I should When you found out she was a girl how did she strike you Very attractive should say very attractive he repeated with more emphasis People who admire bru nettes might think her quite fascinat ing She has really extraordinary eyes to begin with those long fruity eastern eyes you know that can look so far to the right and left through their eyelashes Do you know what I meanPerfectly You make It very clear Go on please Her eyesyes Mr Van Torp appeared to be thinking again Well there was her complexion too Its firstrate for a dark girl Ever been In a firstclass dairy Do know the color of Alderney cream when Its ready to be skimmed T Her complex Ions just like that and when shes angry Its as If you squeezed the Juice of about one red currant Into the whole pan of cream Not more than one I should think See what I meanYes She must be awfully pretty Tell me more His she nice hair Even teethT I should think she had an swered Mr Van Torp with even more enthusiasm than ho had shown yet Mr Van Torps Man Up you you over you you I Theyre as small and even and white as If somebody had none to work and carved them all around half a new billiard ball not separate you understand but all in one piece Very pret ty mouth they make with those rather broiledsalmoncolored lips she has and a little chin that points up as If she could hold her own She can too Her hair Well you see shes cut it short to be a boy but its as thick as a reavers fur I should say and pretty black Its a silky kind of hair that looks alive You know what 1 mean I daresay Some bru nettes hair looks coarse and dusky like horsehair but hers Isnt that kind and It makes a sort of reflection in the sun the way a young ravens wing feathers do It you understand Youre describing a raving beauty It seems to me Oh no said the American Innocently Now If our friend Qrlggs the novelist were here hed find all the right WCMUH and things but I can only tell you just whaP I saw You tell it uncommonly well Margarets face expressed anything but pleasure Is she tall1 Its hard to tell in mens clothes Three inches shorter than I am may bo Im A middlesized man I sup pose I used to be five feet ten la my 1 I shoes Sho muy be five feet seven not more But thats tan for a woman Is IU Mr Van Torps tone ex pressed an innocent indifference Yes Has she nice hands I didnt notice her hands Oh yes I remember he exclaimed suddenly correcting himself I did notice them She held up that ruby to the light and I happened to look at her fingers Small well ahaped fingers tapering nicely but with a sort of firm look about them that you dont often see In a womans hands Youve got It too- Have n Margaret looked down at her right hand But of course hers are smaller than mine she said Well you see orientals almost all have very small hands and foot too small I call themlittle tiny foot like mice Margarets own were well shaped but by no means small The girl is In London you say Her tone mude a question of the state mentSho was there two days ago when I left At least she had been to see mo that very morning Almost as soon as she was gono I went out and In tho first shop I looked into I met Logothetl It was Plnneys the jew elers I remember for I bought a col lar stud Wo came away together and walked some time and he told me the Tartar girls story I asked him to dine today but I was obliged to leave town suddenly and BO I had to put him off with a note I daresay hes still in London I daresay he is Margaret repeated and rising suddenly she went to tho window Mr Van Torp rose too and thought of what he should say In taking his leave of her for ho felt that be had stayed long enough The prIma donna was stilt looking out of the window when the door opened and her English maid appeared on the threshold Margaret turned at the sound What is IU she asked quietly Theres Mr Van Torpa man maam answered Potts He wants to speak to his master at once You had better tell him to come up Margaret answered You may Just as well see him here without go Ing all the way downstairs she said speaking to Van Torp Youre very kind Im sure he replied but I think Id better be go Ing anywayNo go yet plpase Theres something else I want to say See your man here while I go and speak to Mrs Rushmore Send Mr Van Torps man up Potts she added and left the room The American walked up and down alone for a few moments Then the impassive Stomp was ushered in by the maid and the door was shut again Well Inquired Mr Van Torp Has anything happened T Yes sir Stomp answered They have turned us out of the house sir and your luggage Is In the street Where shall I have it taken slrT Oh theyve turned us out have they Why Well sir Im afraid its partly my fault but there must be some mis understanding for Im quite sure I didnt whistle in your room sir So am I Stemp Quite so Go on What happened Well sir you hadnt been gone more than ten minutes when somebody knocked and there was the land lord If thats what he calls himself and a strange German gentleman with him who spoke English Rather shab bylooking sir I thought him He spoke most uncivilly and said I was driving him half crazy with my whis thing I said I hadnt whistled and ho said I had and the landlord talked German at me as It were sir I said again I hadnt whistled and be said I had the shabby gentleman I mean speaking most uncivilly sir I assure you So when I saw that they doubted my word I put them out and fastened tb6 door thinking this was what you would have ordered sir if youd been there yourself but Im afraid I did wrongNo Stemp You didnt do wrong Thank you sir I suppose though that when you put them out they didnt exactly want to go did they No sir but I had no trouble with themAny heads broken No sir 1 was careful of that I sent the landlord downstairs first as he was a fat man and not likely to hurt himself and the shabby gentleman went down on top of him suite comfortably so he did not hurt him self either I was very careful sir being In a foreign country What happened next They didnt come upstairs again and throw you out I suppose No sir They went and got two of these German policemen with swords and broke into the room and told me we must move at once I didnt llko to resist the police sir Its sometimes serious The German gentleman wanted them to arrest me so I offered to pay any fine UK re was for having been hasty and ve settled for two sovereigns which I thought dear sir and Id have gone to the police station rathar than pay It only I knew youd need my services In this heathen town sir Im highly relieved to know that you approve of that sir But they said we must turn out direct ly Itut the same so I repacked your r 1 things and got a porter and hes standing over the luggage In tho street waiting for orders Stomp said Mr Van Torp Id been whistling myself before you came in and the lunatic In the next room had already been fussing about It Its my fault Yes sir Thank you sir And it will be my fault If we have to sleep in a cab tonight The door opened while he was speaking and Margaret heard the last words as sho entered the room Im sorry she said I thought you had finished I could not help hear- Ing what you said about sleeping in a cab Thats nonsense you know Well said Mr Van Torp theyve just turned us out of the one room we had because I whistled Parsifal out of tuneYou didnt whistle it out of tune Margaret answered to Stemps great but wellconcealed astonishment I know better Please have your things brought hero at once Hero repeated Mr Van Torp surprised in his turn Yes she answered In a tone that forestalled contradiction If nothing else can be had you shall have this room I can do without itYouro kindness Itself but I couldnt do that said Mr Van Torp Bring our things to this hotel anyway Stemp and well see what happens Yes sir- Stemp disappeared at once and his master turned to Margaret again Nothing will induce me to put you to such inconvenience he said and his tone was quite as decided ai hers had been Sho smiled Nothing will Induce me to let a friend of mine be driven from pillar to post for a lodging while I have plenty of room to spare Youre very very kind butBut the mouse may turn Into a- Uger if you contradict It she said with a light laugh that thrilled him with delight I remember your de- scrIption of the Tartar girl Well then I suppose the hyena will have to turn Into a small woolly lamb If you tell him to answered Mr Torp Yes laughed Margaret Be a small woolly lamb at onco please a very small one- Kneehigh I to a kitten certainty replied the millionaire submissively Very well Ill take you with me to hear Parsifal tomorrow it you obey Ive just asked Mrs Rushmore if It makes any difference to her and she has confessed that she would rather not go again for it Urea her dreadfully and gives her a headache You shall have her seat What is ItT Dont you want to go with me Mr Van Torps face had hardened till It looked like a mask he stared firmly at the wall and his lips wero set tightly together Margaret gazed at him In surprise while he spoke have counted ten Then he spoke slowly with evident effort and In an odd voice Excuse me Miss Donne ho said snapping his words out Im so grateful that I cant speak thats all Itll be all right In a second- A huge emotion had got hold of him She saw the red flush rise sud denly above his collar and then sink back before it reached his cheeks and all at once he was very pale But not a muscle of his face moved not a line was drawn only his sandy eyelashes quivered a little Ills hands were thrust deep Into the pockets of his jacket but tho fingers were mo tionlessMargaret remembered bow bo had told her more than once that she was tho only woman tho world hold for him nod she had thought It was non sense rather vulgarly and clumsily expressed by a man who was not much bettor than an animal whore women wero concerned It fiasbea upon her at last that what he had said was literally true that she had misjudged an extraordinary man altogether as many people did and that she was Indeed the only woman in the whole world who could master and dominate one whom many feared and hated and whom she had herself onco detested beyond words While these thoughts wore dIsturb- Ing her a little Mr Van Torp recov ered himself hIs features relaxed his hands came out of his pockets and he slowly turned towards her- I hope you dont think me rudeIhe said awkwardly I feel a good deal sometimes though people mightnt believe itThey were still standing near together and not far from tho door through which Margaret bad entered Its never rude to be grateful oven for small things she answered gently Her handsome head was a little bent and her eyes were turned to the floor as she passed Tilm going to the doorIm going to see the manager of the hotel she said Til be back di rectly Itfo no Please let mo But she was gone the door was shut again and Mr Van Torp was loft to hIs own very happy reflections for a whileNot long however lie was still standing before the table staring at the cornflowers and poppIes without consciously seeing them when ho was aware of the imposing presence of Mrs Rushmore who had entered soft ly during his reverie ana was almost at his elbow I f This Is Mr Van Torp I presume she said gravely Inclining her head perhapsIm very pleased to meet you Mrs Rushmoro said the American bow Ing low Ive often heard Miss Donno speak of you with the greatest gratitude and affection Thats nice Mrs Rushmore an swered with gravity and as she established herself on the sofa sho In dicated a chair not far from her It was only proper that Margaret should always speak of her with af fection and gratitude Mr Van Torp sat down on the chair to which she had directed rather than invited him and ho prepared to be bored to the full extent of the bearable I had the pleasure of knowing Mr propertonomiration Ho was sincerely lamented by all our business men Ho was assented tho widow ai she would have said amen In church In tho right place and with much tho same solemn Intonation There was a moments pause dur- Ing which tho millionaire was trying to think of something else sho might like to hear for she was Margarets goodImpressIonpared to hear her speak again before he did and much loss for the subject of conversation she Introduced at onceYou know our friend Mona Logo thetl I believe sho Inquired sud denly Why certainly answered Van Torp brightening at onco at the men tion of his rival and at onco also putting on his moral armor of cau tion I know him quite well Indeed T Have you known many Greeks may t ask Ive met une or two In business at In Surprise Rushmore but I cant say Tve any as well as Mr Logothetl You may think It strange that I ask about at our first meeting said the good lady but Im an Amerroon and I cannot help feeling that a fellowcountrymans opinion of a foreigner is very valu able You are I understand an old friend of Miss Donnas though I have not bad tho pleasure of meeting you before and you have probably heard that she has made up her mind to marry Mons Logothetl I am bound to confess as her dear mothers old est friend I am very apprehen sive of the consequences I have the gravest apprehensions Mr Van Torp Have you asked the mil lionaire with caution but sympa thetically I wonder why A Greek said Mrs Rushmore sadly Think of a Greek Mr Van Torp who was not without a sense of humor was Inclined to answer that in fact he was thinking of a Greek at that very moment But he abstained are Greeks and Greek Un Rushmore he answered wisely That Is true answered the lady but I should like your opinion as one of our most prominent men of business as one who If I may say so has of late triumphantly established his claim to respect Mr Van Torp bowed and waved his hand In ac knowledgment of this high praise I should like your opinion about thIs erthls Greek gentleman whom my young friend Insists upon marrying Really Mrs Rushmore Because If I thought there was un- happIness In store for her I would save her If I bad to marry the man mysolfl Mr Van Torn wondered how she would accomplish sUch a feat Indeed ho said very gravely I mean It answered Mrs Itush moreThere was a moments silence dur- Ing which Mr Van Torp revolved something In his always active brain while Mrs Rushmoro looked at him as If she expected that he would doubt her determination to drag Lo gothetl to tho matrimonial altar and marry him by sheer strength rather than let Margaret be his unhappy bride But Mr Van Torp said some thing quito different May I speak quite frankly though we hardly know each otherr he asked Wo are both Americans answered tho good lady with n grand national air I should not expect anything 4 but perfect frankness of you Tho truth Is Mrs Rushmore that ever since I had the pleasure of knowing Miss Donne I have wanted to marry her myself You I cried the lady surprised be yond measure but greatly pleated Yes said Mr Van Torp quietly and therefore In my position I cant glvo you an unbiased opinion about Mr Logothetl I really cant Margaret Gazed Him While She Might Have CountedI Ten Mrs known should you him that really There Well said Mrs Rushmore I an surprised I While sho was still surprised Mr Van Torp tried to make some running and asked an Important quol tloa May I ask whether as Miss Donnas oldest friend you would look favorably on my proposal suppoilna she were free Before Mrs Rushmore could on ewer the door opened suddenly and sho could only answer by an energetic nod and a look which meant that she wished Mr Van Torp success with all her excellent heart Its quite settled Margaret cried as she entered Ive brought the d1 rector to his senses and you aro ii bavo the rooms they wero keeping fat a Russian prince who has not turned up rTO BE CONTINUED Turn Obstacles to Stepping Stones The block of granltn which was ai obstacle In the pathway of the went becomes a stopping stone In the patty way of the IItroDIoTbolnb Carlyle j I The- Transfiguration Sunday Sclool Ltuoa for July 24 1910 Specialty Arranged for hll Paper UOMtmor1OOLDEN TEXTThli ti my beloved ye1dmMattTIMEAutumn of A D n A week after our last lemon PLACE One of the epura of Mount Herman and a village at Its foot Suggestion and Practical Thought 1 The Prayer Meeting on tho Moun tain TopV 1 Luke 02829 And after six days Luke counts the parts of days before nnd after HICRO six These six Ins were n period of Incu bation of crystallization of tho sud den revelation of tho way Jesus must net his part as tho Messiah and that they must share n cross Instead of a throne which throw them Into the gloom of tho dungeon of Giant Dor spair Jesus taknth Peter James and John It was the same favored three I who n few months Inter wore nearest to him ns ho prayed In Oetlmeniano and otlll Inter were recognized as pil a 4late of tho church Oat 29 Luko 92829 tolls us that Jesus went up Into tho mountain to pray and that tho Transfiguration took place whllo ho prayed What did they pray fort It must have been for light for strength for guidance for help 1 Tho answer Through the Trans N figuration Vs 24 While he was r praying Luke and In answer to his f prayer ho was transfigured before yerAnd his face did shine ns the sun Nothing less than tho brightest and most glorious of nil objects within knowledgeso bright that It destroys tho eye to gaze directly upon Itcould express tho radiant glories of Jesus face when his heavenly nature shout through tho veil of his fleshono of tho few hints as to our resurrection bodies Compare the description of Jesus In Acts 93 and In Rev 116 And hla rnlmont was whlto as the light I e luminously white as no fuller on earth can wblto thorn Mark h e with a supernatural whiteness whlto and glistering LukeThen answered Peter not to any question but to tho feelings tho sconu awakened Lord It Is good for us to be here Peter spoke tho truth The experience was good and would make him a bettor nnd more useful man all I the rest of his life It widened his outlook It gave him a new Idea of tho glory thnt awaited the faithful It exalted his knowledge of Jocus power and glory and gave strength to his trust In him Tho Divine Testimony Vs 68 While he yet spake was speaking A bright cloud revealing tho divine presence an Incarnation of tho met fable light of God veiling Its glory yet making It visible to man as the A clouds that veil the sun enable us who cannot gaze Into his face yet to see his beauty nnd glory And behold n voice out of the cloud The same voice which had bran hoard once before nt his baptism This Is my beloved son Adding tho voice of God to the attestation of tho scene Itself and Interpreting the scone This truth must bo Impressed upon tho disciples so that they should never lose their faith oven In tho J dark times that were to follow and whllo othors were ending Jesus n criminal and blasphemer tho disciples could always see him In his true glory Hour yo him For he Is the ambassador of God bringing the moa sago of lovo from heaven Hoar Implies faith and obedience Some lessons from tho Transflgurn ll tlonl Our richest nnd most leaven t ly experiences como In and through prayer and often from united prayer Tell mo your prayers and 1 will write the history of a soul Doming Down from the Mountain and the Awaiting Thom There Vs 918 On tho way down tho die ciples asked Jesus about a oubject which perplexed them They could not understand how It could bo true that Elijah was n glorified spirit and Jesus tho Mosfllnh and yet the prom tee bo fulfilled that Elijah must como before tho Messiah Jesus explained thnt John the Ilaptlst coming In the spirit and power of Elijah was tho fulfilment of that prophecy tCiJOIIIS forbade thorn to toll the vie 1r ion thoy hall seen Conclusion A lesson on Faith Vs 1920 Then came tho disciples itfJosus apart In the house Mark away from nil that wore curious and faultfinding Ministers sometimes proclaim to tho world tho faults tho church to be overcome when orI should discuss thorn with tho atone Why could not wo cast him out rThey wcro puzzled and disappointed especially ns ho hnd conferred on thorn authority to heal 20 And Jesus said Do ennui of your unbelief r T your little faith Illustration God says to n man do the work of a thousand men Rut thnt is harder thanvto remove moun thins Yot Christian civilization has invented machinery by which nny man can do It The faith on this low plane thnt has worked patiently steadily with Jods physical powers r nnd wrought seeming Impossibilities Is nn Illuntratlon of tho power of spir itual faith taking hold of God And tuba Is moro thnn nn Illustra ties The conquering physical impos sibilities has bOon ono means through which the moral Impossibilities have been overcome Lu1 l lI ldi6 m Summer Finery happy possessor of a touring TilE or tho happier occupant of one who regularly takes tho air in someones else touring car presents herself these days In a bonnet nnd a protecting coat which fastens Into a coatdress This garment Is of pon geo or linen very practical dainty and a protection against tho dust from collar to homoIt Is shaped in such a variety of ways that ono may choose from among tho pattern books the most becoming style The simplest lines remain tho best and the coat- dress should bo plain Urllllantine of tho washable variety Is another choice In fabrics where the wearer has reason to wish to get something other than pongee or linen The bonnet Is made of Madagascar cloth on a supporting veil frame and does not crush tho hair The crown is mado of an oblong piece folded In and the bonnet Is finished about tho taco with shirred taffeta silk Ties of tho taffeta made from plecosllk are fringed out at the ends and hemmed nt the sides Tho frames which support those bonnets hardly deserve the name for thoro Is so little to them The cloth Is a wiry fabric which needs llttlo help to retain It in placo But the bonnet Is designed to bo cool nnd tho wlro supports nro mado to that end It must not sot too close to the hood These pretty head pieces look very simple nnd they areassimple as a sunbonnot which Is not so easy to make successfully ns Its appearance might Indicate Wash silk or suodollslo gloves enable the I nutotst to be always daintily gloved if several pairs aro provided clean gloves aro always on call for thoy may be washed and dried over night It takes a very great beauty Indeed to appear at once charming and- blowsy This summers auto clothes COAT FOR YOUNG GIRL Sorgo or cloth would mako up pret tily like our sketch which has n panel front tbo sides of the upper part are plain while those at lower part arc pleated tho two aro connected by u material waistband which has the right and pointed nnd fastened over on the left cord ornaments and but tons form tho fastening Velvet or satin might be used to face collar and cuffs lint of flan straw trimmed with velvet or roses- Materials required 3 yards 48 Inches wide tb dozen buttons b yard silk or velvet To Insert Ribbon When removing ribbon from soiled corset covers tastes a piece of twine on one end nnd pull through take oft tho ribbon leaving the string In tho corset cover while It Is bolng laun dored Then by tying the ribbon on one end again It Is easily pulled back Into place Many of the smartest now frocks are made with overskirts of all sires from a short apron to A long drapery r t 0 4ty iJ j are tho most practical we have had The roomy coatdress Is complete and covers up n multitude of well protected finery or maybe a klmona no ono can tell Which until the garment is taken off Every one who possesses a lace coat or a scarf or a shawl Is making the most of many opportunities What with tunics stoles overskirts and all sorts of draperies and the universal use of lace every good old piece is having an airing This Is likely to continuo for if tho shadows that are cast before are In any way authorlta tire tho silhouette of tho Empress Josephine seems to bo lengthening across the land abroad and has al ready arrived over seas to us SklrW are narrow to Inconvenience at the bottom and figures suggest that the corset Is about to be forgotten In effectbut not of course In reality American women havo ceased to accept everything Paris chooses to hand out to thorn however and It remains to be leon just how the banded skirts and coats will bo received But there Is no doubt about the liking for soft draperies and old classic models never tall of some degree of wel come The manner of draping fine bits of old Cbnntllly Is shown In tho picture just ns a suggestion tos someone who may own a mantle or shawl or a long scarf Thero are any number of ways by which It may be made to become a part of the costume Shawls nro arranged with tho point fastened to the bodice nt the bust line plaited In at the waist on each side of tho front but hanging free at this point and tacked to the skirt at the sides This Is not the only manner of placing them With trained gowns tho One shawl of old lace may play the most Important part of the com position JULIA BOTTOMLEY I INGENIOUS COAT HANGERS Good Substitute for a Regular Article When Such Is Not at Hand A coat or jacket of any description should be kept on a coat hanger when not being worn If a regular hanger does not chance to be on hand a good substitute can be evolved by making n tight roll of wrapping paper or newspaper nnd tying about the center a string with loops left to bang It on the hook The paper roll It sufficiently thick will keep a coat In shape nicely Most waists are also bettor hung up than laid In a drawer In raveling It Is especially convenient to bo nblo to fashion good hangers with only a few old papers a bit of string and just a moments time and work For traveling the small cases of ex tension hangers aro delightfully com pact and a great convenience These hangers can also be bought separately and a bag of silk or dimity made for thorn to bo carried In A Flounce Finish To finish tho upper edge of a flounce on a delicate white frock there is sug gested a new Idea In n spray of silk flowers A long and trailing tendril made of n milliners fold ot delicate pink satin is tacked along the line of Joining whoro the chiffon or tulle Is fastened to tho skirt Hanging from this at distances of three or four inches aro single rosebuds the smallest Imnglnuble mndo of pink ribbon nnd each one attached to a leaf made of delicate narrow green ribbon Now at wider Intervals and reach- Ing upward from the long tendrils thero appear wandering sprays of the some pink silk fold ending with a tiny pink bud On tho same frock tho sleeve Is finished with a similar hand made decoration and the shoulder line bolow tho subfoke Chamois Cushions With a pattern cut out as for stencil work the chamois covor of a cushion Is lined with rich brown satin or vel vet and finished round the edgo with a brown silk cord A second cushion top of chamois has Its conventional design burnt upon Itory delicately burnt with tho pyrographlc needle because this leather is too delicate for cureless work j tI y Y ov t i t 4 AMUSEMENT ROAD TO HELL I IIBy Dr Charles Bayard Mitchell I Putor Su Jam CMcao M E Church I shall talk about some roads lead Ing out of Chicago which are not on the map These roads take different routes but all lead to the samo awful destinationThere many traveling theso roads who are not fully aware of their destination We should all listen to the warning of Solomon who said Ponder the path of thy feet Thd best travelers are open to mistakes It Is easy to get oft the right road It Is both humiliating and fatal to got on tho wrong road especially when the train never stops and there Is no return ticket Tho tragedy of life is that young men and women who need most wis dom have the least I am standing here tonight as a guard at the station gate warning people against taking the amusement road which leads from Chicago to hell Many young people and older are making the mistake referred to here by Solomonthe mistake in supposing that there la nothing better in life than amusing onos self All thought ful folk value recreation They know that there must be hours of rest and change of thought and employment Body and mind need rest Science is teaching us that even inanimate mat ter gets tired and needs a rest Car wheels and razors alike need rest powerIncules have begun to crystallize and grow brittle God has implanted in each of us an instinctive love for those things which will bring rest to mind and body We need to unbend We need to relax muscle and rest brain Hence the playelement Is our safety valve Wit and humor give rest and relaxation to the mind People who never laugh have poor stomachs and never live out halt their days God intends his chil dren to come to their best Ho wants us to bo fitted for work and we can only be best fitted for work when we have had opportunity for the needed playAmusement is as much a part of Gods program for our life as Is work Tho old notion that a sorrow ful life is a sign of piety and that sanctity is measured by the degree of ones misery has long since been ex ploded Thero is some sarcasm but more truth in the old notion that the Puritans opposed bullbaltlng not so much on the ground that It gave tho bulls pain as that it gave the people pleasureThero are a thousand ways in which God has planned for the happy ness of his children It can be relied upon that the amusements God would have us freely employ ore such as are devoid of these tour things First they must not bo unduly extravagant second they must not bo damaging to health third they must not be detri mental to the mind and fourth they must not be contrary to good morals Those tour principles are fundamen tal and wo must judge all pleasures by them There are many going along the amusement road to hell for fear It they are Christians they will not have a good time Worldlyminded evil minded people do have a good time according to their standard of what a good time Is Many a youth needs to havo his Ideal of pleasure changed and until ho does he will be unable to bo happy according to rational IdealsA may have a good time according to his present Ideal but when he comes to selfmastery he will no longer seek pleasure In such bestial manner According to their tastes wicked people have jolly times But so soon as their lives are trans formed by divine grace they come to loathe the sty ot the swine because they are now Qualified for the refined joys of the palace They who find their pleasures in tho gratification of the fleshly appe tites cannot understand how one can find joy In tho realm of tho mental and spiritual- A Christian can enjoy even far more the legitimate pleasures of the physical senses for they have not been dulled or diseased by satiety Ills mind can the wonders and beauties of tho world with keener vi sion because his powers nro not dulled by dissipation The Christian finds no bar across any pathway of pleasure which does not load to sor row and defeat lIe finds every path way open which leads to the pleasures which bring no sting Tho devil lies when he tells a youth he must be bad to bo happy Any man who will open his eyes can see that It is the transgressor of Gods laws who has tho hard time It is the devils children not Gods who have a hell of a tlmo on earth Many are going down to hell on the amusement road because as thoy say they do not want any check or re stralnt upon them I frequently am told by men and women that they would join the church if there were no restraint upon them if they could do as they please Some churches have tried It Thorn are socalled liberal churches which have required almost nothing in the way of subscribing to a creed and who have required loss in the way of moral restraints on personal conduct I state history when I say that such churches have not grown for 40 years r tc i ir4 1835 Berea College 1910IjI FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOrPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS J Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all l 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 other like himself where he can make most rapid progress j Which Department Will You Enter IT THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecturesjlibrary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arlthmetlo rand the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bibl Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions and I compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork t Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and EarniACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely N finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man i may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lauy in Home Science r ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Eventextra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Oer f man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods withIhighest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a certificate Following years winter and spring terms glvo the culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover firstclassIsary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tees y Expenses Regulations Opening DaysIBerea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women tar lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who mayIbe sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings nnd assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment y PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and I other articles at cost rftorand towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week In 1 the tall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build fogs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for students Is 500 a term 6 in Academy and Normal and700 in mostIglato courses if rVPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are aa follows titModelFALL Sahool Academy College Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Itoom 560 560 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 tI Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 5J Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 915 19 rSIfWINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 9Qa 9OP J Amount due Jan 41911 2000 1 UlO U20 1 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 901 900 900 Total for term 2900 3000 3100 If paid In advance 2850 2950 305 s SPRING Incidental Fee uQO 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 675 675 675 JTotal for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week I On board refund in fulL a On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will only onehalf of tho amount which tho student has paid for tho weeks of the term retundtOn Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term calve a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which be received as cash by Beroa College on payment of term bills by the stu 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 Sprng term is March 29 1911 For Intonmtloa or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY JIo 1 4- cC if I c I J I T L I t VirJ I I 3 1 t I V f t Everything inJf R DRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES ANDw i L CHILDRENS WEARrl I y EFCOYLE J1Youpay lessor get more I i aososososososo 00 ooOaOoOoeO ooooQOd 0 io o Berea and Vicinity It e 0- o eo SOURCESoa 0- I eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeooooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo DR BEST DENTIST CITY PUOKE U3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky FOR SALE House and lot on Walnut Street Cottage of rive rooms well built nearly new For terms call on Mrs Llda Vhylaud Everybody present enjoyed the chain meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Union Church led by Miss Ethel Todd last Sunday evening On account of the bad wea ther the meeting was held Indoors A special feature was added In a duet by Mr S W Boggs and Mr J H Warrington It H Chrlsman The Furniture Man wJH retire your buggy with the best rubber that can be had for 11 SID and 16 Ralph Patin class 10 Is attending summer school at Antioch College Yellow Springs Ohio Miss Corwin Is spending six weeks of her vacation as an Instructor In the Library School at Chautauqun Now York Dulng her absence Mrs Ridgeway Is acting Librarian Mrs Ridgeway Is occupying lobe Taylors rooms at Boone TnemJThe Union picnic held last Saturday at Slate earillJbouti tended and all enjoyed the usual races and games and a fine dinner at noon on the grass A baseball I game between the boys of the school occupied the afternoon The weather man has always favored Mr Burgess for In almost twenty years as Sunday School superintendent his annual picnics have escaped the rain this year was no exception Julia Walker Is cooking at Booue t Tavern for the summer Jesse Murrell will lead the C E meeting of the Union church next Sunday night with the subject The ti Christian use of letter writing It I I the weather Is clear the meeting will be held In front of Lincoln Hall otherwise In the Parish House Every one is cordially Invited Miss Kittle B Ames of Springfield Mass is visiting her nephew Mr Rufus H Church She expects to he in Berea for a month or more Miss Ada M DInkleman expects to leave for a two weeks vacation with Miss Lorena Howard at the home of the latters sister in Wolfe County In a few days Prof Faulkner gave his health lecture before the teachers of the Bell County Institute at Mlddlesboro last Wednesday night and the Whitley County Institute and citizens of Williamsburg Thursday night lie was accompanied to both places by Mr Wm Rogers who operated the lanternLarge building lot for sale on Pros pect Street Apply to W L Flanery Dr M D Settle and Mr Lawrence Powell of Big Hill were in town Mon dayMiss Nettle Oldham left at the first of the week to attend the Teachers Institute for the teachers of Rockcastle County at Mt Vernon Mrs Everett VanWinklo and chil dren returned last week from Ohio where they have been visiting her brother Dr Oren Robe Lumber for sale Seven to ten thou sand feet Jas Coyle Berea Ky Miss Della HolIIday was quite ill at the first of the week Mrs B F VanWinkle commenced her school at Sliver Creek Monday Mrs H C Woolf is making an ex tended visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Carter at their home in the western part of the state Mr and Mrs David Jackson of Richmond were the guests of thoir parents Mr nnd Mrs J H Jackson the latter part of the week WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices- J S Gott Depot Street Mr Tarlton Combs and wife re turned Sunday from a visit of a few days with their daughter Mrs Flora Anderson in Lincoln County Mrs Sallie Adams rend daughter Mary and Mrs J E Comellson left last week for Missouri They were called to the home of their brother Mr Palestine Jarman who is very Ill Mr and Mrs Henry Combs return ed Friday front a visit with relatives at Horse Lick Jackson County Miss Ethel Duncan is spending two weeks at the home of her sis ParisIhalf doz en hydraulic Also other fixtures necessary to complete a shop U H Chrlsman The Furniture Man The President of the Standard Wheel Co was In Berea the latter part of the week to attend the funer al of Mr J B Barber Mrs Sam Caywood and children left last week for Winchester Mr and Mrs H E Taylor left Tuesday morning for a months vacation while away they will visit In Atlantic City their old home in Phila delphia New York and other places Misses Bettle and Ida Lewis anti Miss May Harrison were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Mies Dora Benge at Dreyfus I have fortythree good secondhand organs all makes and styles some good as now which I will rent or sell on easy payments R H Chrlsman News came Monday evening that Mrs Hudson who is with the Berea party at Chautauqua was taken sort ously sick soon after her arrival there Mrs Hudson has not been well for some time and had gone to Chau tauqua for a rest Her condition became so alarming that the Doctors found It necessary to perform un operation Later news we are glad to announce is to the effect that she stood the operation well and is now improving There will be no preaching ecrvlco In the Union Church Sunday morning the 17th but Sunday school will meet as usual Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand- dont forget the chinaware at ti MRS EARLYS FLY TORMENT flHOV TO PREVENT IT I cows I that are bitten and pestered all day by cant do their best You know that as I as we do no wonder the milk yield falls off during the summer How can horses work or travel when they are continually kicking and switching at flies and mos quitoesiHow can feeding stock thrive when they do not have a quiet minute during the day Let us furnish you a preventative Doesnt cost much 25 cents will buy 2 12 gallon of n I ished spray 40 cents buys 5 gallons CompanyI KentuckyIThe friends of Messrs Eben Handy and Gilbert Benge former students of Borea College will bo pleased to know that they have Joined the Urlckmasons Union and are nov working on a roundhouse for the C O R R Co at Russell Ky CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my many friends and neighbors for the kindness shown me nnd my family in our dark hour of bereavement Mrs J B Barber A C Maulden and daughter of Memphis Tenn are visiting Mrs J B Barber of this place Miss Sara Stewart a graduate lathe Berea Nurses Training Course has been called to attend the little son of Congressman Edwards at Lou don Ky Miss Stewart has head quarters at Corbin and Is making for herself an enviable reputation as a competent nurse The Congress mans friends throughout the 11th district will be glad to hear that the physicians express hopes of his sons recovery Mrs Robertson who lens been visiting I friends and relatives in Ohio for two weeks has returned She re ports a most delightful time Inquisition What sort of role does Rounder take In the new drama tOO I An emotional one In the big scene he Is offered a drink which ho has to refuse TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS has been rumored that I have IIt my stock of goods and am going town this is a false retort I have not sold out at all neither do 1 want to sell You will find me ut the same old stand ready to deliver the goods Como and see for your selves Thanking you for nil past favors and hoping to merit a continuance of the same I am as ever your friend P Scott I Richmond Street Berea Kentucky FF f 4 Special for this week All lOc Canned Goods 3 for 25cts TO t I Phone 18 WALTER ENGLE STATEMENT The following is n statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Fourth of July Celebration lelsCSIPrlona- Sy o Nicely 1360 Letter 11111 Jlai- RR H fhrtiinan 600 J Ends 100 J K n ker 250 J I UaI il 0 A H Short im J K KubrrtMii 100 Andrew luici 260 R K Corle 2 SO- WO II Erwin 100 C Regis 280- MrW C Gambia 111 500 Eo L Roberts 100 Jennie B Vluli IOU M I Slpnk 1111 W C lUler 250 J A llurf mi 100 8 1L luker m- O M CuntleM tOO W O Beet 2JO- IorterHowellII C Wolfe 100 Co Soo T A Adams 100 P Cornellin 200 O T Johnson 111 litten OTerall Co 2M I L Shtilolu 101 C1Ogg 100 N J Corle 100 F K JUtheny 100 K B 8crlvn r UO pent Uubbtnl 100 lieU CoMington 1 e0 Porter Drug Co 50- 0AJrank VOK 100 HmUli 100 J W ninimon L110 J K Calve 100 L A Davis 213 I Itonlday5 Co 27fo Ktdl A KoMnion lItO hL K Taylor 1100 W J T tum 250 JB Oarr 1011 J J Ilnnnimin 101 A PPralth 100 P Scott 4511 M T Mitchell 101 J K Haiti 100 FO UUier 110 S W JIocn 101 Ithodus11a ei 100 H Hudion- B 100 Porter Drug Co K ale 100 Inr wiling prlvtlegesonJIlunlettt3nr 511 J W Welch IUO Lemon Sold 10 A L Gott too Total 1179- 3csrculrosra TelcRrun toJ Wan lUInt 118tNational 150TachPlxui on Band Wagon 70 Porter Drug Co Fireworks 6375 Prize Pole Climb 20Prlie loo jranliUihBori under 9 years 1011 1owllllf IIore lPole 1M- PlK for Pic Uace MO Two Laborers on Athletic Field WW IlotllUrlCo mulbsleefortree lemonade 211 Welch A Co Box Lemons 77fo Sugar for lemonade S3I TjpagbssdrirtlsementInlClttien 4M M KlCtion 51eaker a Stand and Ute of Ilorw and Wagon 1M- VM Hand Bllli or loiters 11 Prize Sack ltaro IW Collect Bam Wacon sad Mules for lUnd 93 LDcollecteil Sutiwrliitloiw Oool HW lIalln JulyFund 79J Total 112796 toy it 1910- I respectfully subunit the above re port of moneys subscribed collected and dUlititned In the admlnUtration of the celebration of the FOURTH OK JULY onlitlnllSllhantiall Hills and Statements are on lilt with the Huren llink C Trust Co Sinsnn H R HOWKLL Chairman Finance Committee CLEAN POLITICS Perhaps ninetenths of all persons In the two old partlon will my their Is no clean politics Yet when a way Is pointed out eat one will say YOU cant do It Implying I will stay In the old rotten party I once loved no well Clean Politics Is n weekly paper yet not weak but strong for civic purity which will bo sent any one 40 weeks for 3 c lr copy address John M Jackson Berea Ky MOUNTAIN VIEW STOOK FARM Having decided to quit farming I offer for sale privately my farm of about 800 acres of fine blue grass land 10 miles south of Richmond four miles north of Derca and one mile cast of Whites Station on the L N railroad I This Is one of the best Stock Farms In Madison County There are 90 acres In corn about 100 In wheat and balance In grass The improvements consist of a good modern brick house ii Eldean Patent a bag cash I WJ KentuckyBerea Fresh eNorth Cor Berea fr GREAT GREATS IICANY YOU I see IT j 9I IfHOW 1 not tutf t TO BUY 1 YOUR PAL Jti tt ptSNUtors r CfIfest price of the year buy winters Jcoal nowt 1 If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill lbin at once ItHollidayPhone 1 69 and 71 Berea Ky 1z metal roof eight largo rooms besides lT laundry and cellars Threw good stock ilearns three largo tobacco barnllfjfour tenement houses house buggy house jtoullry houii iwagon sheds corn cribs wood house tljand a number of smaller buildings l There are two large cisterns at fback door Kitchen sink with pump Jff in Kitchen Fine young orchard and good garden The farm is newly fen f cod with heavy wire fence and locust I itposts around the entire place The l Richmond and Berea turnpike bounds the farm on the east and Sllwr y Creek on the west The largo flouring M mill of R L Potts Son is only t iiJ JtIing springs and a fine pond at the mule shed 10 feet deep and covering half acre of land There aro 15 lots of from ono to fifteen acres nearly all with sheds and wator in themtThis Is one of the best improved places In the county This farm is susceptible of divi lsion and about 276 acres or more could be sold with the Improvements 1 This farm is especially adapted r to the dairy business and stock raising This farm can be bought at a bargain and on easy 1- terms and possession of n portion of it given the first of September and full possession given on Jan lat 1911 This is a rare opportunity for tta young acute man who wants to make money Como and see thofarm or address the owneriJ W Herndon R D Nd1 Uorea Ky Cut Prices on Mens and BoysSui- tsForiSDays I f- s1000 Suits Cut to 798 f1250 9 a98a r 1500 aL 11 1198 x li J v i 1t v i i 1800 1 1298 S 1 = t t 2000 i f 0 1498 r 4 2250 1698YI c I e R Come Early and Get First Choice JrJRHODUS C HAYES lrI I I i MAIN STREET I The Quality StoreBEREA KYrI V J t ti I JjI z Ww The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder holy you can remain young or why doTheIyouryouthBy health but stronglookingwomenBut whether you are weak physically or nervously you need atonic and the best tonic for you Is Cardui systemsIt I Take CARDUII lIeJ346The Womans Tonic My mother writes Mrs Z L Adcock of Smith ville Tennlis 44 years old and is passing through the terriblyMyof which she took according to directions and now feelslikeTtIIIIofort THE OPENING DAY BY PROF SEALE There are ninny things Hint tend to make the opening day of time school the most important of the entire year Thu pupils will not learn more geo graphy or spelling on that day than on any other Teaching from books will not begin the first tiny perhaps No lessons have been aligned But each pupil will learn a lesson that tiny that will make success or failure easier for the remainder of the year Each pupil will form a judgment of the teacher and that judgment will IKS determined largely by the teach ers actions on tho opening day The pupils will either pronounce him n fciiocoM put him on probation or do darn him n failure Their judgment will he determined by the tcacherj actions What are some of the things which must bo donti If wo are to make a good beginning First wo mutt know what to do The teacher who begins school r Ithwt n definite plan for the tint day will not make tho best beginning i know It le easier to trust to the inspiration of the moment I know ttatelretii say following a plan malm the work stiff and formal but the atMt ta not always tho heat Indeed It widow in and tho fault Is not II Raring a plan but In not being tamlltar with the plan We frequent ly heir thin crltlclnni on tho minister He MIl his turmoil prepared and Made by read Il True ho read it but the trouble was It was only half prepared If It had been thoroughly prepared he should have needed no manuscript yet every sentence was the result of careful thought So It Is with the teachers plan When tho plan Is formed It is only halt prepared He shoul make It his own he should be free In ItTho teacher must be master of the situation Jut he should not tell the school that he Is I remember n teacher on opening day a man of some two hundred pounds who rain before his school for the first time with this remark I want all of you to know that I am master of the situ ation Actions speak louder than words Let the teacher do just the right thing In every move on that opening day and he will bo master of the situation This requires thought and planning Second time teacher must get ac quainted Now he may not bo good at rcmera boring names and faces but he must cultivate that habit Each little boy or girl who comes to school learns the teachers name the first day and he does not see why tho teacher cant remember him If tho teacher I Is obliged to ask him his name three I or four times on as many different I days ho thinks his memory is poor This does not help any I never let the first day pass with out getting ninny of time names fix Mi and I have worked many schemes YOUR YOUNGSTER WILL KNEEL- in admiration of the flour that produces that delicious bread cake or pie he so dearly loves Mothers who use our Cream of Wheat flour are surprised and de lighted at the heartiness of the childrens appetites and the free dom from ordinary ills Try a sack your self The children will eat a lot more but thats better than buying medicind BEREA ROLLER MILLS IKy J 1 ANDREW ISAACS Prop I Farms Wanted j We have parties desiring to I purchase farms which we iare unable to furnish If 1 I you have any farm property that you desire to sell you should put the same in our hands at onc- ePORTERHOWELL j CO fI If I i Berea Kentucky fr i 1 t 1f a m 17111 u- f to find out tho little fellows name without asking hUn the second time Third the teacher must feel tho Importance of his work- I wish every teacher In the stato of Kentucky might conduct a selfex ami nation on this point Let him ask himself this question If I wero the employer of the teacher in this district would I consider this school worth teaching and this teacher myself worthy of employment Do I honestly believe It would pay the state of Kentucky to employ me to tench this school If he does his success Is assured No man or woman can give himself or herself enthus iastically to a work which Is not felt to bo Important Fourth the teacher must set high standards for Ills work high standards for hlk conduct for his pupils conduct and work Hero again It Is not best to malts r speech of an hours length explain ing these standards It Is enough If he has them In mind day by day for his pupils will feel his hold upon them becoming stronger and they will begin to pro gress Order must grow a teachers ability to teach must become moro manifest habits of study must grow mastery of tho subject must grow This Is the secret of 8UCcesSIFifth every teacher should start an educational boom In his dis trict which will bo permanent Let him Inmglpn he is a rlrl estate agent mid that he has a hundred lots to MH In n certain town How would lie plan the duyofthe sale Ho would study each lot Just how to pro sent Its stroncDQlnta Jicuwould work night and day to make It go But he Is more than a real estate agent He Is an architect sent out by the state to build character citizenship menHow infinitely more important how Infinitely greater time responsibility A lot may go unsold and Increase In value by tho sale of those around It Not so with the child Ho must be taught or his value decreases with the education of those around him A child Is better unborn than un taught THE TEACHER AND THE FIRST DAY By PROF LEWIS livery clay Is a fresh beginning Hnr U slanlnRIIcreA hope for me and a hope for you All the tttft things are past and over abed1sterdaya endbledAte heated with the healing which night has short t 1 thenlCallnelthemonljff hrJKhttIIcrehere are the Ifrnt MIIFB III lulling IIKUtl mornInIJCKfnlllul1lalell Andspite of sorrow and older sinning painTakeTho beautiful thought so beautifully expressed In these lines from In Tune with the Infinite have hound me greatly so I give them to mJ teacher friends who will so sooa very many of them next Monday be Sin a now term of school Wo should nil be young teachers feeling that we are beginning our work no matter how many yeas we have taught To be young means to be able to grow and be enthusias tic and adjust and adapt ourselves to new conditions To bo old mean to lack these powers to see life ur a thing finished The teacher who is old In this sense has no right to stand before a school as teacher It matters not whether his age bo eighteen or eighty See In this present term of school friend teacher a great now opportun ity such a one as you never before possessed for such it is In writing to young teachers then I trust that I am writing to all What will you do tho first day Is a serious question Out of my own experience let mo give a fow sugges tions which may be of value In the first place have a program made out In full If possible be thoro ly familiar with your school by n close study of tho records of the pro Ious year It should show you the number you should have in the var ious grades Have your program made out on a large sheet of paper which you can see halt across the school room De sure that every grade has a class between each Intermission In that way you will at once win the respect of tho school for children admire a teacher who seems to know just what he wants to do In the second place put every one to work at once Make a short talk very short usually and invite your trustee to say a few words but do not insist After this pass paper and pencils to those who do not have them and place a set of questions on the board something as follows What Is your full name What Is your fathers name Whatls your age u J- In what reader did you read last year Did you finish ItDo you like to go to school Tell why you do or do not What game do you like to play bestWhat do you expect to bo when you are grown When you finish these questions study the reading lesson which you canlike best so that you read it wellLet all but the primary class start on these questions and by the time you have had a talking lesson with them your First Reader class will have at least answered the four ques tions In this way every child may bo put to work at once and work Is the surest method of securing good order and interestI- NDUSTRIAL EDUCATON FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOL By PROF MARSH I think we are nil agreed that the leading Interest of Kentucky Is agri culture and as far as can be seen that will continue to be the lead ing Interest In the future On the face of It It seems rather strange that our state should require boys and girls a large majority of whom will spend their lives on farms to attend school six months in the year for a period of fourteen years and In all that time not touch In any vital way upon the vocation which most or them will follow A mere glance ut the text books of our country schools will convince any one that this Is what we are doing at present Tho one excuse for such a course would be that there are no phases of rural life which can be studied with advantage In the country schools Thla is certainly not the case Some of our sister states like Illinois Wits consin Indiana and others are find Ing out by actual experience that there are a great many phases of rural life which furnish just as good material for intellectual training as the exercises which are used In our pro sent text books and furthermore that touch with the actual affairs of life In the class room arouses great Interest and enthusiasm in both pupils and parents and when he really gets ut his Job the teacher Men like Baylees of Ill and Ex Superintendent Harvey of Wisconsin and others who have had actual experience In this line of work all testify to its value and to Its practica bility when undertaken In the right wayi The first great difficulties to be overcome are habit and custom We have all been brought up on a certain course of study In the public schools and whenever any of us come to teach In the public schools the easy thing is to teach tho things which we ourselves were taught Another difficulty Is that ninny parents do not see any problems In agricul ture In gardening or in dairying They have a certain amount of know ledge which has been handed down to them from their ancestors and thla knowledge has enabled them to wlnnI certain amount of success and theI tendency Is to feel that that is all that needs to be known about agriculture or rural life In order toIovercome these difficulties teaching along agricultural lines must be beIgun right and must bo done by a teacher who knows his business So time first point to determine IsJhow to prepare a teacher for thstwork I do trot think that a set of questions regarding agriculture dairying etc put Into examinations whir could be dug out front books and answered on paper would amount to cryI much I think a much wiser way to get at the problem would be for ourInormal schools to Introduce a cer tain amount of laboratory work which would show absolutely how to takeI poor soil and bring it up to the 110lntI wf high productivity which wouldI show how to make good creamery butI ter that would be firm and solllI instead of the soft mushy rolls whicht are dubbed country butter These should not be long exhaustive sclenI tube courses but should take the mores practical points from the shorter agricultural courses such as thosea at Wisconsin University Minnesota and other schools which have takenI up the problem so that in a short course of ten or twelve weeks tlteI teacher would have several practical lines worked out one or more of which ho could put Into operation In the school where he was going toIteach When he came to teach tltlsI work the laboratory method would be the one used It would not be giv ing pupils facts through books and then leaving them the part of the work which Is frequently the most difficult to turn that book knowledge to practical account When we como to name the lines of w rfr which any given normal school would undertake we are swamped by the multitude of important and Interesting lines of work pertaining to country life which present themselves and each school would have to decide tor Itself what names would be best adapted to the community In whlchltls located Soma I hIfii J AnnouncementISubscriptions are now being received for j stock in the United States Savings Bank which will be established in Berea The proposed capital of the Bank is 50060 The price of each share of stock is Exoooap- rice that will enable people of moderate as well as large means to become stockholders Seldom have the people of Madison County and Eastern Kentucky been offered such a sound highgrade investmentan investment that affords both unquestioned safety and a substantial return Applications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea KentuckySome of the men who will act as Directors upon approval of the stockholders of the Bank arefE F Coyle J R Hayes H R Howell i G E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker t j United States Savings Bank Berea Kytschools might take up the matter of pruning budding grafting with spray ing and other problems pertaining to fruit growing Others might start with dairy work others with stock breeding and judging still others with gardening or with the bringing up of poor soils A course in Improving poor soils would be especially adapted to all sections of the country where slate rock exists Others might take up tho culture and Improvement of grains like corn and wheat Some of the most In teresting things presented at the Superintendents meeting of the N E A in Chicago a few years ago were experiments made by an Illinois boy showing how corn is colored Ho planted white and red corn in the sumo field lie found out by actual experience that If he removed tassels from all the stalks of red corn that the corn fas invariably white If he removed tassels from all tho Stalks of white corn It was Invaria bly red showing that the fertiliz ation of the corn from tho tassel determines its color If he left the tassels of both red and white tho result was a mixture In color The amount of corn produced on an acre can be Increased by using Improved seed the quality of corn can ue changed so that corn is now pro duced with a much larger per cent of protein In it than is in the ordinary varieties All of these things not only bring problems which demand intellectual activity and arouse interest but will finally bring results which will add hundreds and thousands of dollars to the various communities and millions to the state as a whole It seems to me that we have gone long enough on the old basis of teaching a curriculum which has no vital hold upon the life of the com munity and that the time has come to wako up to stop wasting to a very largo degree the time which is spent our schools and begin to put those things Into the curriculum which will actually put the pupils In touch with ruraltiaccomplished by introducing in a sane and wise way problems which bear upon the actual life which the pupils are now living and which they will continue to live We have not at all exhausted the subject by the matters already mentioned The possibility of making country homes and grounds beautiful and of bringing In country life through cooperation lecture courses libraries and other which will lift the rural community out of Its monotony and grind all questions which must be- olved before our country communI- ties begin to reap the full advant ges of life which are in store for them In spite of all difficulties let take hold of the problem with faith Telephones trollycars automobiles the rest of the mechanical advantages of the twentieth century are hero to help us out It Is certainly time to begin the work in earnest with the expectation of sure and large results A Nose for the Truth Exact truthfulness had its proper reward in the following instance TeacherNow can you tell me what the olfactory organ Is f Boy Please sir no sir TeacherQuite right Sketch THE POLITICAL ARENA Continued from first page inclined to give the president the credit of delivering a solar plexus blow to this kind of trafffc- ExPreslderjt Roosevelt Watched Oyster Bayhas been closely watch ed during the week1 it tiasbeen ro- c f w- marked that while there have been Itmany callers of both the InsurgenttBallingerhas i wontLast week we characterized Mr Roosevelt as a party man and a har monlzer and this weeks news tends to Justify that characterization He is on the best of terms with the president and the administration while undoubtedly differing widely from them on many minor details of policy He agrees to enter the campaign In Massachusetts for Senator Lodge a t Standpatter and at the same time promises to stump Indiana In the In terest of Senator Beverldge an InsurIgent and a radical opponent of the present tariff Enters New York Politics The greatest Interest however seems to have centered around theiformer presidents entrance Into New York politics The chief measure before the spe cial session of the New York legis lature was a bill providing for direct primaries Gov Hughes had been trying to force the passage of this bill for some time nnd public senti ment seems to be decidedly In favor of It There was however much doubt of Its passage and Mr Roosevelt was asked to give the measure his support This he did in a strong letter to the State Senator whose name the bill 1 bears By Mr Roosevelts advocacy a number of votes were secured but not enough to win and while Coy Hughes after two defeats announces that he will now give up the contest the public Is demanding that Mr Roosevelt make the fight his and the Indications are that he will enIter the lists Mr Taft and the Supreme Court Tho highest ambition ot Mr Taft for years was to become a member of the Supreme Court and he would have been If the urgent call had not como to assume time governorship of the Philippines which put him onI i the road to tile presidency Ho is thus likely never to be atmember of the court but he becomes now in a significant sense the taker of the court No president has ever had the appointment of a majority of the courts members and but few have been called upon to appoint a Chief Justice He has al i a 0 ready filled the vacancies caused bIthe death of Justices Peckham sadjBrewer and now he Is called to name the successor to Chief Justice Fuller Justice Moody Is soon to retire and Justice Harlan Is 78 years of age and his retirement is expected at any timerSecretary Knox has been spoken of i for Chief Justice but many are hop I Ing that Gov Hughes may be select ed for that place Instead of JusticeiIn Justice Brewers place too early yet to tell Just who will re ceive the appointment Possibly not i oven the president knows A distin guished Jurist himself It would seem l that this court crisis would find ready solution at his hands It Is I sincerely to be hoped that he may make wise selections In Democratic Limelight i In this summary of the weeks 1011Itical history we should be to say something about the Democrats We cant say much for they are not giving out much for publication The leaders have not yet been found thetthey may be In the making GovernorIHarmon of Ohio is looming presidential possibility and exGov Folk ot Missouri Is widely spoken of as a winner but of course Bryan must be heard from and we must wall rlV 1 t ii The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is rithl true and Interesting fJubllhed every Thursday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO jtntorlnral Rates and Manager ADVANCIIi Jiea do Three Months uj Send money by Post office or Kiprts Money I Order Draft Registered Letter or one sad two cent stamps The date after name on label shows to- what date your suUcrtptlon la paid If it is not changed within three week after renewal notify us- Milling numbers will be gladly supplied If we are noticed tJoniyearly lubocrlpllonl can CltiaeD for fforoneearAdvertising rates on application MEMBER o- rt KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It must be convenient to have the Japs to blame when anything goo I wrong with drydocks in the Orient ExclusIveness can bo carried toe far Heres a Cincinnati dude who carries his private street car strap That young man who jumped Into the river because his girl didnt love him merely carried Into effect what thousands have at one time or another threatened to do IInMexico City the Mexicans put flowers on the graves of the American f soldiers who licked them to a standstill at Chapultepec War develops some queer sentiments 11ItIs likely that the earthquakes In Costa Rica have an origin like the great earthquake in San Franciscoa settling of tho earths crust No vol canic outburst sufficient to account for the shakes In Cost Rica has been reported The Pennsylvania state department of health Is doing a good thing in seeing tnat dealers In food supplies do not expose eatables to flies Now that we know the fly for what he Is we are bound to consider him more of- An enemy than ever French railroads are reported to have forbidden kissing In the stations 1witha view to accelerating train 0 thats all right Let the trains pull out Most of the oscula tors are not passengers Its a habit and the station the best place to in dulge in it without attracting undue at tention The women of a church In New York are to have a churchgoing hat The ungallant men complained of the big hats which prevented them from seeing the preacher and the women agreed to a reform The men had threatened to quit the church but the I t women countered by leaving them wltbout a plausible excuse Chicago paper says that it Is un whether St Louis Boston or IA will prove to be the fourth in the country In population As Louis was about 66000 ahead off Baltimore and 15000 ahead of Dos ton ten years ago and growing much faster than either this I a cruel kick from an old time rival INine thousand men will be employed In taking the census In Canada next year The department of agriculture does the work over there and mem bers of the party not in power declare that the census means that a fat slice will be divided among the smaller i type of partisans Methods of taking the census on this side of the lino have much Improved in recent years Prob I ably Canada will folow suit In time beentJapan is offering to help Peru In case of war with Ecuador The vigilancev vof our antiJapanese talkers has evl dently foiled the Mikado and since he despairs of getting a foothold In this country he Is Intriguing In South America Since the trouble has shifted f to Ecuador perhaps Mr Hobson and ills fellows will be quiet for a while The United States and Mexico have Ii taken the initial steps toward making International regulations for traffic In the air Certain provisions of the agreement will permit governments torOf treat as smugglers or pirates thoso who fly across the border without due regard for the customs laws Apparently if we are to have ar Uhlps for business and pleasure we must also have aerial war vessels and revenue cutters The latest cotton report shows con t dltlons distinctly improved as com theIsame warmer pre vailing in the south may be counted on to hasten maturity and possibly will Increase the output over even the present estimate Fears of a shortage have had a somewhat serious effect on the market but the slump In prices shows that some speculators at least a have overreached themselves t j M R FIGHTING MAD OVER THE RIOT WILL REMOVE MAYOR ATHERTON- AT ONCE AND SHERIFF LATER GOVERNOR JOURNEYS TO TOWN City Has Been Run By the Las Break ers Evidence Incredible of Belief Before Executive Officers Shadow ed Right In the Capitol Columbus OMayor Herbert Ath erton ot Newark will bo suspended from his office by Gor Judson liar mon and Vice Mayor John M Ankelo will rulo in his stead in that city of riot and bloodshed This is as certain as anything can bo within human probabilityAfter action will como tho suspension of Sheriff William Linke un der tho recently enacted Eubanks law aimed at the extirpation of lynching Atherton will be reached under the section of the municipal code ot 1902 the law which former Attorney Gen eral Wade H Ellis ruled was Inoperative insofar as the bearings of ao cused mayors wero concerned Gov Harmon hastened to Newark directly after his arrival from Charle volx stopping only long enough to gel a blto to eat and remove tho dust of travelAs said upon his return he want ed to view tho scene of the rioting with his own eyes to interrogate the mayor and the sheriff and learn their stories from their own lips It was plainly evident that ho was eminently satisfied with what ho saw and learned On being asked concerning his intentions he replied It would be unfair for me to say anything at this time because I am to be a judge as it were in these hearings I must content myself with tho mere state ment that thero will be action imme dlately WILLENTERTHELONGRACE Wright and Curtiss Monarchs of All Bird Men to Fly From New York to National Captlal New Yorkone of the most Important races In tho history of aviation Is planned to take place in the near fu ture between this city and Washington D C In this contest It is planned to have both the Wright brothers and Glenn Curtiss take part and the aero- nauts who havo the contest In charge are arranging final details The race will be for a purse of 20000 Both Mr Curtiss and the Wrlghts havo expressed their willingness to take part in the contest and have asked that the conditions governing the contest be sent to them at once The race will probably take place early next month the starting place being here Arrangements are being made for stops in Philadelphia and Baltimore with the finishing point somewhere inside the limits of the Federal capital AYSONLY EIGHT SETTLE Mexico City MexDy all odds the heaviest Judgment ever found by a Mexican court was handed down in the decision of the second civil court of the federal district in the case of the Mexican Mine Development Co against George D Barren a New York promoter who has for several years been operating in Mexican mines The amount of the judgment is 23059049 50000000 in Mexican silver which is equivalent to exactly oue half that amount in American gold The deci sion Is final and Barron is allowed only eight days in which to settle This is the last act in litigation which has extended over a period ot 10 years BOY BANDITS WERE CAPTURED Pittsburg PaThree boys none 6l whom has reached the ago of 17 years held up a street car in the real Jesio James story book fashion and fatally shot a police lieutenant who was a passenger Two of tho youthful ban dlts were captured and confessed to their complicity in the crime but blamed their missing companion foi the shooting Auto Skidded Over Cliff Ft Collins ColoW II Allison president of the First National Bank of Boulder was probably fatally hurt and Judges James Garrlgues and Harry P Gamble of the state district court sustained severe injuries when an automobile in which they were rid ing skidded over a cliff at YirgJnladale Hill 35 miles northwest ot here and fell 18 feet Died During Voyage Queenstown On the arrival of the steamer Arabic it was learned that Hev Patrick Lyons an American priest bad died on July C during the voyage from New York Father Lyons was traveling for his health Ten Deaths at Philadelphia Philadelphia With the humidity at 85 15 degrees higher than at any time present hot ware and the thermometer higher than 90 until the sun went down there vero 10 deaths and 100 heat prostrations 1 I THE SONG OF THE COUNTRY How dry I am how dry I am Nobody knows how dry I am INDICTED AS JURY TAMPERER CHICAGO GROCER CHARGED WITH TRYING TO CORRUPT Indictment Furnishes Sensation In Legislative Bribery Scandal Brownes Case Continued ChlcagoA fresh sensation In con nection with tho legislative bribery scandal aroso when States Attorney Wayman Wednesday announced that an Indictment had been Voted charg ing John A Malay a grocer with at tempting to corrupt Oscar T Morford a Juror In the recent trial of Lee ONell Browne Morford his wife and his father Thorough Morford testified before the grand jury Mrs Morford testified that shortly after tbe Drowns jury bad been sworn she went to Maloys grocery within the neighborhood in which the Morfords live Malay she said gave her two cigars which he asked her to give to her husband who had been accepted on the Jury Maloy asked her to use her influence to persuade her husband to vote for the ac- Quittal of Browne holding out as a reward of doing so that Morford would not have to work for a railroad any more as he would get a lump of mosey By agreement between counsel the retrial of the case of Leo ONell Browne charged with bribing Representative Charles A White to vote for William Lorimer for United States senator was continued to July 20 DEATH IN TORNADOS PATH Hits Circus and Shatters Tent Killi Ing One Levels Crops Are Down Watertown S DOno dead and a score Injured the main tent and menagerie tent of Rlngllngs circus in ruins and two horses killed Is the result ot a tornado here The spectators had barely left the tent when the first blast ripped the canvas into ribbons The canvas caught fire from tho lamps and was carried blazing Into tbe air by tbe galeIt was the heaviest hailstorm ever witnessed In the Red river valley- It extended over the northern part of Grand Forks county and across Polk county Minnesota- In some sections the crops were pounded down to the ground and leaves were stripped from the treesI Details aro meager as all wires are down west Reports received from Brocken ridge Minn Grand Forks N D Sioux Falls and Brookings In South Dakota tell of bad storms and much damage Inside the storm belt but details are lacking NAVY HEADS ARE FORCED OUT Captains Veder Wright and Under wood Make Way for Hew Blood Selections Cause Curprlse Washington Plucked from the active list of the navy Captains D W Veder Edmund B Underwood and Edward Everett Wright wero retired The trio of compulsory transfers com pletes the quota of fourteen vacancies necessary In the active list to permit promotions under tho new blood provisions of the naval personnel act The selection made by the board of five admirals surprised naval of peers American Warships at Marseilles Marseilles The naval academy practise squadron consisting of the battleships Iowa Indiana and Massa chusetts with 500 midshipmen from the naval academy at Annapolis ar Ived In harbor Friday from Plpmoutb Rain Stops Ftrest Fires Calumet Mich Heavy rain hero Friday broke the prolonged drought and proved a blessing to farmers whoso crops were ready damaged Tile rain extinguished the forest fires In numerous parts of this district I WRECK DEATHS NUMBER 23 Big Four Officials Place Blame for Railroad Accident at Middletown on Train Dispatcher Cincinnati July 6Threo names were added to the list of killed In the wreck on the C H D tracks near Middletown and the death of two more which is expected by the physi clans will bring tho number up to 25 William Annlngnr of Springfield an unidentified white man now at Mid dletown and Evelyn Lloyd of Round Daytonhospitalwho lost their lives as a result ot somebody blunder Officials of tbo Dig Four say that the cause of tbo wreck can bo found In the fact that train dispatcher Smith of the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton road In Dayton Is alleged to have busted or revoked Tin order giving tbe freight train until 107 p m to make tho siding at Poasttown and Is said to have failed to glvo the passen ger a copy of this order Had he given Pilot Wall a copy of this order the passenger train would have remained at PoastTown until the freight passed it General Manager Gould of the C II D replying to tho statements made here by Wall says the case was something like possltively An eleven manths old baby hurled 100 feet from the telescoped second car of tho wreck was found alive In a nearby corn field many hours after the accident The baby was orphaned by the wreck both parents having been killed In tbo wreck HUGHES FOR CHIEF JUSTICE Governor Will Probably Succeed Mel ville W Fuller At Head of Supreme Cour- tWashingtonWith the death of Chief Justice Melville W Fuller and tho probable retirement ot Associate Justice William H Moody of the Supreme court President Taft will have two vacancies In that court to fill within the next few months- It Is generally believed that Gov Charles E Hughes of Now York who has been confirmed as an associate Justice will bo promoted to chief jus lice and that Lloyd W Bowers of Chicago solicitor general of tho deportment of justice will be appointed Justice in his placo The other alter native suggested Is that Mr Bowers be made chief justice It having been understood here for some time that the president considered him qualified in all legal rcjpccts for the place It Is known however that President Taft has considered Governor Hughes also in this connection so far as his abilities are concerned YOUNG TAFT IS EXONERATED State Commissioners Find That Presi dents Son Was Not Responsible for Auto Accident Beverly Mass President Taft was Informed that the state highway com missioners havo completed their In vestigation Into the accident III which Robert Taft son of the president ran down with an automobllo Dl Oregon duo an Italian laborer Young Mr Taft is completely ex onerated the commissioners deciding that he was In no way responsible for the accident and the president will be Informed that his son may have an automobile license as soon as he cares to apply for It Paris Faces a Railway Strike Paris FranceA general railway strike Is threatened The men who demand an Increase In wages and other concessions Thursday voted to strike In principle pending tho result of negotiations with the com panicsIBuilding to Honor Bill Nye Salisbury N CTho Bill Nye me- morIal committee has decided that the memorial shall take the form of a building at the Stoaowall Jackson Training school at Concord N C SLAYER IS LYNCHED MOB STORMS NEWARK 0 JAIL AND HANGS DRY DE TECTIVE HAD KILLED A SALOONIST Officers of Antl Rum League Raid Near Deer Saloons In Which Man Is Shot and Dies LaterThen Trouble Begins Newark O Battering down the doors of the jail a mob of women men and children Friday took Charles Kthcrlugton an antisaloon detective who confessed to having killed a man here and lynched him In tho public square Tho mob which had been Increasing dll evening at the jail became frenzied nnd refused to listen to pleadings for preservation of order They broko all the jail windows nnd rammed In the outer door taking tho key from the jailer They quickly found Ute prisoners cell on the second floor and then dragged by a rope tbo man was taken up Third street to the Blmro and across the park to the southeast corner where ho was strung up over the arm of a telephone r leThe shooting of Howard and the lynching of Etherington Is tbo cul mination of long standing trouble between the wets and drys here Etherington and twenty others all raid to bo dry detectives canto hero from Cleveland and other places to Ket evidence against near bear sa loons At the first place no trouble arose At the second Charles Rich ards the bartender was handcuffed for over an hour At tho third place visited the troublo started A mob of 2000 gathered and threat ened tho detectives With revolvers drawn the Anti Saloon league officers rpirealed to a hotel The police In terfered there arresting eight of the detectivesAt police station where they worn searched revolvers black jacks and cartridge belts were taken from themThe remaining twelve detectives broke and ran pursued by the howling mob Half a dozen were caught and beaten The police rescued most of them A downtown crowd fell on James Henderson of Columbus and beat him ro severely that ho was taken to tho Newark hospital Ether lngto who fled to the ball park stumbled In his flight and tho crowd set upon him Howard tile proprietor ot a near beer saloon the last place searched by the detectives was In treat of Etherington when the tatter drew u revolver and tired Etherington watt hurried to the jail with a yelling mob at the heels of the police who were protecting him All aft tnoon the crowd stormed about tho place threatening to lynch the detective The crisis came when word was flashed Irom the Newark hospital that Howard who was a former city po liceman had died there of his wound Up to this time Sheriff William Linke apparently bad tho situation well In hand When It became known that Howard was dead an Immense crowd gathered In front of the jail tho windows were smashed the door battered In and Etherington dragged out and strung up- Newark which over a year ago was voted dry has near beer saloons which the AntiSaloon league officials have In the past said they suspected of selling beer Feeling has been high against the Antl Saloon leaguers for a long time- FALLS FAR WITH AEROPLANE Baroness De La Roche Loses Head at Approach of Other Aeronauts Is Fatally Hurt Bethany Plain Rhelms Baroness De la Roche the first French woman aeroplanlst was Injured probably fatally hero Friday by falling from a height of more than 160 feet Baroness De la Roche had flown around the field onto at a height of 80 meters 250 foot when suddenly In front ot the applauding tribunes she appeared to become frightened and confused at the approach of two other aeroplanes She began to de scend but while still 50 meters from the ground lost control of the ma chine The aeroplane turned over and fell like a log The baroness legs and arms were broken Her mangled body was re moved from tho wreckage and taken to the hospital where she Is said to be dying It was found that her skull was fractured While momentarily conscious the baroness said that the rush of air from a motor passing over her head had frightened her whereupon she cut the ignition and lost control of ber machineThis the second fatal accident at this meeting Aviator Wachter hay lug been killed One Killed In a Wreck Mason City laOne person was killed and several Injured when a southbound Illinois Central freight train plunged Into Red Cedar creek near here Friday Fifteen cars went over theMfoot embankment Plnchot to Speak In Kansas City Kansas City MoIt was announced Friday that Olfford Plnchot cxcblef forester of the government will de liver an address before tho Knife and Fork club of this city on too night of I tuly 15 HAS PRAISE FORPOINDEXTER CONGRESSMAN HAS CONFERENCE WITH ROOSEVELT Insurgent Is Candidate for United States Senator From State of t Washington Oyster Ray N Y Ono of Col onel Roosevelts Important conferences was hold with Roprtsentatlve Polndoxter an Insurgent Irma the state of Wnshlngton It can bo stated that Congressman Polndoxter loft Sagnmoro 11111 with strong assurances that bo will have the support of Colonel Roosevelt In his campaign fight for tho United States scnatorshlp Mr rolndoxtor after his visit with Colonel Roosevelt said lie Is the tSsame old president Tho man I have worked with and loved and I am still going to work with Ho It just the same as ever Ho Is n wonderful leader and ho Is still tho leader I am tremendously pleased with my talk with him Ho must toll the details It he wishes of our conversation Colonel Roosevelt and I nnd my associates have always worked together and he assured me that we will continue to gether Congressman Poindexter represents the district from which Secretary Bal linger comes In speaking of the visit of Mr Poln dexter Mr Roosevelt said Representative Poindexter and I went over together tho political shun lion In the northwest lie assured me that ho Is In hearty sympathy with my conservation policies Mr Polndcxtor Is a candidate for the position of United States senator and he Is polit ically opposed to that wing of the party headed by Secretary Balllngcr Mr Polndvxtor Is a tine typo of a manWaebingtonSecretary Ilalllngerot tho Interior department who returned to Washington from Beverly Wednes day referred to a report from Oyster Ray that former President Roosevelt had espoused the cause of Represent ative Miles Polndexter as a candidate for the senate to succeed Senator Piles of Washington and sal If tho published report Is true Mr Roosevelt has been led astray by tbo deception of people who claim to be his friends Ho added that he bad taken no active part In the politics of Washington for a long time rind denied that ho headed the party In that state or any wing of It I do not consider Mr Polndexter a Republican ho continued but a rank Socialist or rather It ha is not ono ho will bo one soon TAFT TO TAKE YACHT CRUISE President Will Extend Vacation Ten Days and Make Trip Along Maine Coast Beverly Mass President Taft decided Thursday that at the end of his ten days vacation he will take a ten days cruise In tho naval yacht Mayflower for tho purpose of resting up The cruise will start on July 18 on which date donning tho uniform of coramandorlncblcf of the navy which by the why Is the same as that of commander ln cldef of the army and president Mr Taft accompanied by his family will board the Mayflower and weigh anchor for Bar Harbor and other summer ports of call on the Maine coast Bar Harbor will be the base from which short trips will be made to nearby points The party will sleep on board tho yacht at night but willrprobably go ashore at various places where the golfing looks good A convoy will probably follow the Mayflower as It Is regarded as too great a risk to have the president 10tto seR without assistance being easy reach In case of accident BEGINS AN INFAMOUS RULE Nicaragua Adopts Reconcentratlon Policy Under Which for Years Spain Governed Cuba Washington Tho state department is Informed that Nicaragua has begun tho reconcontratlon policy which mado Spanish rule In Cuba so Infa mousTho department has tho text of an order issued by Selmstlana Salinas of the departmont ot Granada which commands all tho Inhabitants of tho y t Mombacko Ridge to assemble within twentyfour hours in Granada without distinction of age or sex Persons not complying will be regarded as revolutionists and treated as such That Is If General Salinas thinks fit ho may shoot them or starve them Into submission The people of this ridge are nntlMndrlz nnd they are to be crushed In tbo most barbarous manner Normal Corn Crop In Iowa Des Moines la Secretary of Agriculture i James Wilson who spoke at + j Ames said that Iowa woujd have a normal crop nnd that oats looked safe Carson Will Go Abroad Washington MnJ John M Carson It chief of tho bureau of manufactures jInborIran manufactures Treasury Gets New Building Washington Plans have been com pleted by the supervising architect of the treasury for a now building for iIthe bureau of engraving and printing which la to cost fl75P008 i KENTUCKY GLEANINGS I WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 2 4 THE COMMONWEALTH I t wo n 0 w aKENTUCKYS DEFICIT GROWS Increase In 1910 Revenues Will HIp Pay Indebtedness Frankfort KyTllo recrfyts of the I state for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 1910 show a decrease of 181000 over tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 1909 Tho receipts as totaled In the omco of Stato Treasurer Farley for 1909 woro 083863009 while for 1910 tho receipts wero 665759863 The expenditures for 1910 wore 743977776 which is 97700634 more money spent during this year than was received Tho deficit last year was only 19480621 so that tho present Gottlngrurtherdeficit however Is accounted for b tho fact that tho legislature met thl year and appropriations were made In largo amounts It cost about 1500 a day to run tho legislature It was generally believed that there would ho moro money collected this year than last There will be an In crcaso in revenue however this year ot nearly 600000 over last year and tho largn debt now against the state will bo partly liquidated DEPENDS ON OPINION Attorney General Asked to Decide Ownership of Land jfrankfort KyAtty Gen Brcatbltt has been asked by Mrs Shirley Shack leford of Now York to glvo his opln ion as to whether a land patent grant ed by tho governor ot Virginia and which by mistake never was lied for registration in Kentucky may bo filed pow In tho land olflcc Mrs Sbackleford claims that she i- an heir to tho Alexander Walcott estate among whoso assets was a pat ent for 152000 acres of land In East ern Kentucky under which lies mil- Ilona of tons of coal This land ire fa Lctchcr and the adjoining counties Tho court ot appeals has decided that the land may have been squatted on but that tho Virginia land grants hold good CHILD COMMITS SUICIDc Surrounded by Her Doll and Doll r Clothes Louisville KyLying on a couxh I her room with her doll and doll clothes at her hand 11yearold Laura Dick fired a bullet through her heart and died Instantly Deputy Coroner William Kammcrer after viewing the body pronounced i a trio of suicide There were no eye witnesses and tho family is Inclined tc the theory of accident though clr cumstances support tho vlow ot the coroner Tho explanation of the deed Is that tho child was of an unusually sensi tive nature that sho read and brood ed a great deal and become morbid Sbo having neglected to attend tp Aomo housework her mother had chided her- WILL ELEVATE THE TRACKS Ordinance Introduced and Work Will Cost 300000 Louisville ICn ordinance pro viding for tho erection of olovated tracks from tho C O yards to a Junction of thn I N in Loulsvlllo at a cost of 300000 was submitted to tho board of public works by M I Akers vlco president of tho Loulsvlllo it Jefforsonvillo Bridge Co Several years ago an ordinance was passed by the general council for tho eNC Ion of a trestle connecting tho Big Four lines with the L N Railroad at a cost ot 200000 Work on this trestle lutfc not begun as yet Mr Akers announced that the wor on both projects will begin as soon as the ordinance submitted by him is passed by tho general council APPOINTMENTS TO BE MADE Frankfort Stato Superintendent o f Public Institutions Rcgensteln will soon appoint an Inspector of tho high schools an Inspector of tho rural schools and a secretary ot tho state school Improvement league Dr Wick life Rose secretary of tho general ed ucational board had a conference with Regcnsteln regarding tho matter These men will go from school to school tako notes on tho conditions and report to tho general educational boardLoulsvllloOrdlnances were latro duced at a meeting of tho general council calling for a permit to mergo the interests ot tho various lighting and heat companies of Louisville and the granting of a franchise Tho ordinances provide for tho retention by tho city of 100000 of tho preferred stock of tho Louisville Gas Co with a permanent guarantee of 6 per cent on i itl holdings In addition tho pro 1 moters of tho merger agreo to pay to tho city annually for a period of I 30 years tho sum of 5000 In tho went the franchise Is granted r e I I ti CROPS ARE BEHIND Excessive Rains and Drouths Reported at Frankfort Much Wheat Remains to Be Harvested Corn Outlook Is Somewhat Discouraging FrankfortWhllo most of tho coun tics In tho stato have hid too much rain during Juno thero are some sec tions of Kentucky whore no rain has fallen slnco tho latter part of May and the crops suffered for lack of moisture aut wrt of the state has had more rata iota Is needed and tho crops hard suffered greatly being backward according to tho crop report for tho month of Juno as pro pared by bL C Itankln commissioner of agriculture Tho report shows that for this season of tho year all crops are behind Tho following is the re port OfttsOno of tho beat crop af oats thatpastthlcrope eunshIreandthe farmers will derive more from the forecontage for the whole state of W satinlatepercentClover and AlfalfaClover like ORtS rainsexceptbeexeeptlonally sseecurcdcowwenot realize the great benefits to be de notonlysoil r torer and as a maintainer of soilfertility beentIxmqullemood for It wasIlbackward but about tho 10th of the ddidmuchwitlhliar1s ofthemuchI1l1m thoimanyparts Thewaslnearduring the month of June o compared beIngmore than 3 Inche- sWheatJrhereI 1rnIfUtArItn1 remains much wheat to fairlybutliittle timenotanissomewhatwcathhna r planted corn ootu4derably murnl a svcomltwhJehIIe yearsPritlt warm March beaIngmanyphases btONmalUMIthey nufforlnK moat from tho cllmask changes from which the early np oountt leaves Illikman and Muhlenberg The Jtcihernp reports show about onnlmltof Culdwell Orltttivl n havesand Muhlentwrg counties are good averagepricedozen Poultry ranges from 9 to 15 cents per pourul Hot weather and heavy storm have canted a great destruction throughdiseases horseythroughout Cnttlo pound hogs are still high an average pllCtIUIfYpound I Kentucky Intelligence I Illchmond E Q McWhorter came to Richmond and surrendered after fa tally shooting his brotherinlaw Col partnershipkplace near Baldwin Louisville Through an exchange- of stock the Southern National bank took over tho assets and good will of tho Third National bank Tho deal Involves tho transfer of 2700000 In assets ot tho Third Notional Tho capital stock of tho Southern National bank which now is 250000 will bo increased to 500000 Georgetown Daisy Grahm of So attlo Wash is trying to Interest local heirs of Judgo lanes estate in tho suit brought against tho state of Ken tucky for tho old 500000 capitol site The original deed for this property specified that tho property should revert to the lanes estate should tho capitol bo changed Butler Harvey Huffman United States mall carrier and prominent young man was married to Miss Jes Flo Yelton daughter ot a wellknown citizen of Butler at the homo ot Revt Jackson in Covington Bollevue J W Knowlden arrest cd for passing a worthless chock on Daniel Madden was bound over to tho grand jury Knowlden was arrested in tho Odd Fellows building Clncln natl by Officer Harrold and turned over to Chief Solther and Ofllcor Drcs selhaus Ho agreed to accompany tho omcers to this stato without rcquVil- tlon pacers t0 J i 4hhf +H+U+F43fti 143 4 + lib i t ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY POSSES HUNT FOR BODY Kentuckian Believed to Have Sui clded After Stabbing Children Louisville Ky Posses of citizens are scouring the country in the vicin ity of Jeffersontown In search of tho body of Frank Romlnc a wellknown fruit grower who Is charged with stabbing his daughter and son at his home near Jeffersontown It is the general belief that Romlno has committed suicide Nomine It is said attacked his aged mother with a carving knife because sho interfered when ho remonstrated with his son Mary the 16 year old daughter rushed In between tho father and the grand mother grasped the keen blade of tho Unite and prevented tho blow from striking the grandmother USED REVOLVER AND ACID I Kentuckian Attempted Suicide on An niversary of Wifes Death Louisville Ky Lying across tho gravo of his wife who died one year ego Martin Mearacr 41 shot himself through tho breast with a 38 caliber revolver and drank carbolic acid In St Michaels cemetery Tho man was sent to tho city hospital where the hospital physicians do not entertain any hopo of his recovery Tbo bul let pierced tho left lung and grazed the heart Mesmer left homo with flowers for his wifes grave An envelope was found lying near Mesmor It was seal ed and bore tho inscription- In memory of Martin William Mes merMesmers flvo children are in an orphan asylum- PROMINENT BONIFACE DEAD Frankfort KyPat OBrien the proprietor of tho Frankort hotel died at his room in tho hotel after an Ill ness that lasted for many months Ills flrat serious Illness was early last fall He had some serious kidney trou ble that could not bo cured and after several attacks about two weeks ago his condition became so serious that physicians gave up all hopeI He had been a resident of Vood ford county for several years before ho moved to Frankfort and took charge of tho Frankfort hotel and made for himself an enviable reputa tlon for honesty and square dealing In all his business ventures Ho is survived by ills wife and two sane Ills uncle Peter King to whom he was very devoted died a few days ago In Now York Tho funeral was in Louisville NARROW ESCAPE Lexington KyMrs Bottle Lancfc art and daughter Susie had a narrow escape from death in a peculiar man nero During tho heavy rain Mrs Lanck art heard water rushing into tho cel lar under her residence and with her daughter went with a lighted lamp to reconnoiter There was some carbon In tho cel lar which had been submerged by the water This formed a gas somewhat like mine damp and as soon as tho women entered with the lamp there was an explosion Doth women were stunned and bad ly burned about the head and face The noise of tho explosion however attracted Mr Lanckart and others and the women wore rescued LONG LIFE ENDS Lawronceburg KyTito Hon Wil liam F Bond one of Anderson coun tys oldest citizens died hero from a icomjpllcntlou of diseases Ho was born hero September 23 1826 and lived hero all of his life Ho Joined the celebrated Salt liver Tigers tho heroes of Buena Vista and fought throughout the Mexican warIn 18712 ho represented Anderson county In tho state legislature- In 1849 he was married to Miss Susan Hanks 11 children being born to them ton of whom are living Funeral services wore held at his home after which he was interred in tho Lawrenceburg cemetery LoulEvllIp There was a dan gerous blaze in tho tiinnel under tho Loulsvlllo Nashville tracks and a dozen or more workmen barely es coped with their lives The frame work Ignited and the fire spread to all parts of tho tunne FrankfortAn opinion of Judge Cochran was flied In the Eastern Ken tucky federal court hero In which ho decides that the state must pay the cost In tho suit between the state railroad commission and the Loulsvlllo fc Nashville railroad which was de tided by tho supremo court and was held that the state railroad commis alert could sot Ax the rates for the railroads In Kentucky The cost amounts to 08579 An allowance Is made Samuel H Stone for tho serT ices ho rendered in taking tho deposi tions In the suit I v- t i d t atOri J The Commonwealth Princeton John RIley was placed in jail hero charged with shooting and killing his brother Edward in a quar ref on the farm of John Loulsvlllo Mayor William 0 Head announced that tho exhibition of the JohnsonJeffries moving tight pictures uould be prohibited in Louisville Tho mayor says he fears race riots Lousa KyTwo girls aged about 15 years wore drowned In Big Sandy river at Warflcld Ky One was a daughter of John Ferguson They were boat riding and the boat was upsetLebanon KyMrs Eusebla Phillips aged 73 years wife of the lato J U Phillips died at her home hero of a complication of troubles She had been in poor health for some time and recently suffered a severe attack of pneumoniaFranklin KyJ D Roberson re ceived a message from British Colum bin announcing the death of his brother inlaw W S Sullivan who left this section thirteen yenta ago for Alaska Tim remains were shipped to Macon county Tennessee his old home for burialOwensboro KyWill Hafley aged 4 + years a farmer was drowned in Green river near LIvermore The body was recovered and taken to Island for burial Ills wife and three children survive Hafley was last seen In a skif- fLexhigtonCounly Judge Scott completed tho work of redltrlctlng prednctsseveral weeks Tho new voting map will show 50 preclnts 33 of which will bo In tho city and 17 in tho county This is an Increase of seven in the city and two In the county Hldunan Tho railroad agent hero and tho express agent both refused to ship alp the monster 320 pound boa constrictor snako carried by a car nival company which bOB been show lag here and they were compelled to have him hauled over land by livery stable rig to Columbus their next stop Bowling Green Prof W A White head of tho Stato Normal school brought iult for divorce against ibis areioa a surprise Prof White is teaching in the Chicago university for the sum met while Mrs White Is visiting In tho eaM Lexington George Crawford alias George Wlthmow a negro who escaped from tho Frankfort penitentiary De cember C 1902 was arrested hero and returned to tho prison Crawford was recognized while walking along the street by Detective Henry Baker wtao at tho time of tho escape was a guard at the prison LouisvilleZacharia Taylor Whip pie 64 a veteran rlverman died at tho marine Hospital of Brights die ease Mr Whipple lived here all of his life and for CO years worked on different boats in the Ohio river retiring about a year ago Ho Is survived by a widow two daughters a son and brothe- rIlarrodsburgWilliam Winkle has filed suit In tho Mercer circuit court against tho C N O T P Railway for 2000 alleging that a train of tho defendant company set his barn on fire destroying It The barn It is al leged at the tlmo H was burned ron tamed 300 barrels of corn farming Im plements and a mule Lexington Mrs Mary L Gunn wife of W A Gunn and who was ono of the oldest and best known women of Lexington died at the family real dente 353 South Mill street after a protracted Illness She was 77 years old and only a few months ago sho and her husband celebrated tho fifty fifth anniversary of their wedding Marrowbone At BurkesviHe Carl StaJley a white man and Hoover Bates a negro broke jail and mado their escape Stalley is under indict ment charged with cutting with In tent to kill This is his second escape from jail Ho was captured only a few days ago aftor having made his first escape Tho negro Is charged with attempted criminal assault Ilarrodsburg Tho will of Judge W Con Bell who was killed recently in a street car accident at Seattle Wash was probated in tho county court here lie directs that nil his property be converted into cash as soon as prac ticable and divided onefourth to his mother Mrs T C Boll and three fourths to his wile during tier widow hood Louisville Tottering along the road almost exhausted from tho loss of blood Harold Wright was found by James McAllister a farmer of South Iark Wright was carrying his coat over his stub of arm which ho stated had been cut off when ho fell from a freight train How long ho had been wandering About in his helpless con dition could not bo learned as Wright lapsed Into unconsciousness Little hope is entertained for his recovery Owensboro An rrder has been en tered In the county court for the hold- Ing of an election for coroner of Da vies county In November to fill th vacancy caused by the death of N M Lancaster Tho county Judge will ap point a special coroner during tho In tervenlng tim- eLoulslIIeJudge Evans In tho federal court overruled tho motion of W D Fitch and others for a receiver for the Green River Coal Mining Co The complainants contended that tho minus are being mismanaged Judge Evans said he did not see tho neces sity ot a receiver y 1 iYt k + ib tiy Ot rdfll r REVIEW OF ME From Some Centers Satisfactory Re ports Are ReceivedLack of Buoy ancy In Important Industries Now YorkR 0 Dun Cos weekly review of trade From several ot tho important trade centers very satisfactory re ports oa to general business are received But on the other hand there Is an entire lack of buoyancy In sev eral of tho Important Industries All the markets now pivot on tho crop re portsQuiet conditions in Iron and steol are to be expected at this season in dustrial plants following tho usual custom of shutting down for Inven tortes and repairs during the early part of July In some Instances and par ticularly in the Chicago district steel mills remain open because orders booked aro sufficiently numerous to afford employment through the year Extensive curtailment of produo lion amounting In many Instances to the compete closing ot large plants Is noted In textile lines and cotton manufacturing plants anticipate con tinued shutting down until tho cotton comes to hand or prices fall materially lower The demand for merchan dise at first bands is very limited Spring lines in cotton aro attracting more attention and underwear and hosiery houses are doing a better bust ness In woolen goods buying so far Is on limited scale many agents en deavoring to postpone an early open- Ing to enable buyers to dispose of etocks on hand Dross goods and mens wear mills have curtailed production sharply nnd this is likely to continue more or less whllo the demand for staples is so quiet and unsettled Somo larger shoo orders are placed by visiting buyers In the Boston mar ket No improvement has developed In tho demand for leather Prices gen orally are weak and declining Further declines have occurred in nearly all varieties of hides and tanners are op orating more freely Tho customary midsummer dullnesv prevails at Louisville although fair activity is noted In some directions Retail trade is quite good at Olnclnatl and wholesale houses report remark chic activity In dry goods with a brisk demand for summer merchandise Footwear Is fairly active and most other lines are doing well although quiet continues In pig iron Bank clearings for tho first week of July show substantial gains over preceding years at nearly alt cities and reflect heavy halfyearly settlements through tho banks total exchanges for tho week at all loading cities In the United States being 3022502468 112 per cent larger than In tho corresponding week a year ago The gains are Wen distributed but ore most noteworthy at Philadelphia flat timore and most cities In tho west Losses appear only at Cincinnati and Now Orleans Now York Bradstreets weekly re port contains tho following Business failures in tho United States for the week ending with July 7 were 182 against 196 lost week 182 In the like week of 1909 246 in 1903 185 In 1907 and 143 In 1906 Business failures In Canada for tho week number 16 against 27 last week and 27 in the corresponding week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for tho week ending July 7 aggregate 1563 775 bush against 1531177 bush last week and 1412613 bush this week last year Corn exports for the week are 190072 bush against 114169 bush last week and 47418 bush In 1909 THE MARKETS Cincinnati Miscellaneous ApplesEarly Harvest J75a3 brl transparcnts 225a325 brl Deana Wax 156 per hamper Cabbage Kentucky GOc brl Cauliflower 150 al75 a basket Cucumbers floOa 175 a hamper Cherries 125al50 a box Dewberries Sa325 a hu Let tuceNew Orleans ll25al50 a brl curly7tfo per lb Peaches Georgia M75a2 a crato PotatoesNew 225 2f0 brl DOcaJl bu Michigan 30a35c sweet potatoes Jersey 4 a brl Peas New 125 a bu Plums Sl25al50 s box Raspberries Black 3a325 a crate red 27Ba3 a crate String Beans 7Kc a hamper Watermelons ZEaSOc each Poultry Heavy hens 13e roosters 9c spring chickens HG Ib and over 18c ducks 4 Ibs and over lOc springducks 3 Jbs and over 12a 13c turkeys 8 Ibs and over 16c1 gesse 6a7c Cincinnati Grain WheatNo 2 red L08allO No3 red 91ca105 No4 red Sla9Gc Corn No 2 white 67aG7VjC No 4 white 63t Ja65c No 3 yellow fi2a62yc No 4 yellow 60a61c No 2 mixed 62a 63c No3 mixed 62aG2Mc yellow ear C7a6Sc mixed ear CCa6Sc white car 65aG7c OatsNo 3 whlto 42a42c standard white 42Vc No 3 mixed 39 Aa40VjC BarleyNo3 69a73c No 3 spring 73a715c RyeNo 2 80a83c No3 73a75c MaltSpring barley 80 a83c low grade 78a80c Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 616a715 butcher steers extra 625a675 good to choice 550aG25 heifers extra 6aG10 com mon to fair 3a5 cows extra 525a 550 common to fair 2a425 canners S2a3 Bulls Bologna 375a450 fat bulls 5ar50 CalvesExtra 9 com mon and large 4a725 HogsGood- to choice packers and butchers 920a 925 mixed packers 915a925 light shippers 9501960 pigs 110 Ibs and less 925a3CO SheepExtra 415a 125 good to choice 350a410 common to fair 2a155 LambsExtra 760a 775 good to rholco 625a750 com mon to fair laG yearlings 4a525 stock ewes Jla475 extra 5 C tv cl0 1 yiiJi A f- Cmtlnunl on fifth Pate BARRED FROM NORTHLAN I Alcohol Is Not Allowed to Be Sold I Along the Coast of Many of Its III LabradorI AIcQhoI Is not allowed to bo sold on any part ot the coast on which we are working says Dr Grenfcll a faH mous physician who is working among the Eskimos but sp surely as comes an illicit sale begins ono sees its evil results as qUlckl11 as It instead of alcohol It hadIbeen the germ of diphtheria or smallpox Lying at my anchor in Labrador harbors women havof darksecretlyme for Gods sake to try and prevent Its being sold near them as debauchedand husbands were being and even their girls were in danger I havq seen It come among the EsJ klmos It kills our native as araenla kills flies and it robs them of everyJ thing that would differentiate them aal I human beings from the beasts Wby dont t want to see liquor used at sea Because when I go down fort a watch below I want to feel that the man at tho wheel sees only one lighd I when there Is only one light to seef I that when the safety of tho ship and all It carries depends on the cooll 1 head tho instant resolvo and the steady hand of tho helmsman tharoi is not standing there in place of the man the poor debased creature tbatl all the world has seen alcohol create I have seen ships lost through cola llsion because tho captain had been taking a little alcohol I have had to tell n woman that she fatherlessand that her children were because her husband gentle lov- Ing and cleanliving had been tempted to take a drop of alcohol at sea an had fallen over the side drunk andj gone out Into a drunkards eternity have had to clotho children and feed them when reduced to starvation boa cause alcohol had robbed them of aJ natural protector and all the necessl ties oli life I have had to visit InJ prisons the Victims of crime caused ns directly in honest men by alcohol as a burn is caused by falling into the fire HI have been doctoring sick md- and women of every kind and I havoj found that I can uso other which we knowthe exact action andJ which we can control absolutely with greater accuracy in cases of necessity for stimulating the heart I content we can get just as good results wlth4 out It and I always fear Its power tci J create a desire for Itself It is nod I necessary for happiness for I have known no set of men happier and en Joying their lives more than the crews of my own vessel and the many many fishermen who like ourselves neither touch taste nor handle It l ABSTINENCE MAKES BIG GAINS In No Country In World Has Causes of Temperance Made Better Progress Than England The progress of abstinence from ln toxicants in Great Britain may ba seen in the report of the temperance organizations connected with the Proq Church union Thirty years ago out of 2560 such ministers only 7CO oij I about onethird were abstainers Tot l Iatry 57 were found to be I and 44 of these had never known thoItaste of drink In no country in the world has the progress of total abstU nence among ministers been more marked and moro rapid than in Great Britain where the present arch bishop of Canterbury is an active friend of temperanco In church sO clety and state says Interior Ad4 dressing a recent meeting in Livers pool Lord Charles Beresford from his youth a member of tho British navy and now standing at its head said that 46 years ago ho came to Liver pool with a squadron which tho city entertained Out of 4000 men who went ashore that year not over 300 returned to their ships sober and 1600 were left in tho hands of tho po lice Two years ago Lord Beresford said ho brought a fleet to the same city and out of 8000 men who went j ashore not over throe failed to re I fit for duty when the shore leave 1utedof Christian women who followed withIItheir prayers and temperance ture tho navy round tho world address ot the British admiral standsiin marked contrast with that American admiral who has recently I expressed the fear that sober Amerl cans will prove mollycoddles I Governor Hoch on Temperance ExGovernor Hoch of Kansas is san gulne of the complete success of tern peranco throughout the country At a recent meeting In Chicago he dells ered an address in the course ot which he said There is absolutely nothing to ba said in favor of theisaloon As soon as the Mlddlefleld bill or some other like it gets through j congress to make shipments of liquor I Into dry territory contraband the remaining great obstacle to temperance will be removed e Fdi 4 f friends are prophesying him successSt rIJo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o i East Kentucky Correspondence f- I o 0 i News You Get Nowhere Else IS 0- t 0 no eonespondeacepublished unless itgtied In tall by the writer The nameoG U not for publication bat ti an evidence of good faith write plainly u- e7eoLOLo O eAOSIOitn510710iloSlo71o710110110vt0ilO1l0ito toitokniloilOteo t JACKSON I onEE OOUNTYI Grecnhall July lln and daughter were visiting J N Smith the past week The farmers much behind with their work on Iue of the continued wet weath er We have had a good rain every day for over a week The soil is too wet to nark all the time but growing crops are looking well Arch Chestnut of Chestnutburg visit el J P Wilson Saturday and Sun dryMrs Julie Crouch wife of Steve Crouch who has been In Witchlta Kan a few months returned home I tnndaylt is reported that Luther FiorFcn and wife separated Friday She left the same day for Beattyvlllo it make her homo with her parents Sh was a daughter of Jobe Evans Luther better known as Bunk movecf bee h toehold stUf etc to his fathers h sw After he gets through with I his crop he says ho will go west We are sorry that this should have oc curred School begins at Hickory Flat next Monday with Mrs Cynthia Flan ery as teacher Lcander BIngham pos ed thru yesterday on his way to Royal Oak where he will begin school to dayWet weather yet continues and much wheat Is damaged In tho shock Mrs Martha Short daughter of Har vey Gibson and children will be at East Bernstadt some time this week on her way back to her fathers who lives at Sturgeon The tobacco crops thru this part are looking well W R Reynolds Robert Reynolds J H Jones and James HamiltonI have bought a new threshing ma beIginmore and thousands of dollars savedJ- N Smith Is going Into the hog busi ness arid from the addition to hisI herd the past week we feel sure heIwill be successfulPIUVCTT J Prlvett July 9We had another t tide on the Sth which caused much damage hereThe Rev Mr DeYouag of Chicago will preach at Gray Hawk IfSunday evening July UI1Sevcrat teachers In this vicinity be gin their school on the 11th We wish 1themgood success Messrs Arch fetes and Bob Anderson attended church at Canons chapel Sunday Mr Silas Spurlock has two children J very sick with scarlet fever Mr WIHlo Jones gave a social last Sat- s urday night to a number of friends All report a nice thner and Mrs Blllle Hamilton made a business trip to Birch Lick last week- IIDBLEY July ItThe Rev G B filled his regular appoint 1Hurley Indian Creek Saturday Wilson visited his sister McCollum Saturday night SandGI weeltvisited at Pal Gabbards Saturday t night Messrs Ben Gabbard and Amos Saturday McCollum started for Illinois i ANNTILLK- Annvllle July ItIrs W A Worthington who has been visiting In Chicago Ill and in Holland Mich made her return home last Saturday Every one was pleased to see her back agalnIr D R King Is still very poorly Mr R H Johnston begins his school at Green Hill todayMr D S Smith and Mrs Charley Smith attended church here Sunday Sir Smith preached an Interesting ser rt monMr and Mrs R E Rader I went to Mt Vernon Saturday to at tend the Institute this week Miss Emma Jones and Miss Lucy Dales attended church at Annvllle Sunday Bailer Miss Motile Johnston who has been visiting friends and relatives at Be rca for tho last week has returned homeMr F J Johnston has gone to Breathitt County to see his sis ter who Is slckIr P Cope from Ganger Texas Is visiting his mother near hereMr Max Nelson Is spend- Ing his vacation here this summer with Mr W A Worthington The public school begins this morning with 27 pupils Leonard T Medlock teacher The Christian Endeavor So ciety will meet every Sunday night at the new school building It Is progressing nicely Mrs Max Nelson will lead tho meeting next Sunday night and we hope every one will come Mr Berry Lltle of Moores Creek at tended the Christian Endeavor here Sunday night ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKIORD Rockford July 11 Everybody teems to be working here Wheat Is most all cut but none blacked W T Llnvllles little son Howard is sick with measles Other cases exist In the Tho little EIDaltonvisiting friends Mrs Polly Allman and niece from Richmond are visiting her sister Mrs J W Todd of Rockford There Is much rain In this locality and corn Is getting very little work but it Is growing just the same Daddte Todd is some betI ter It seems natural to see him I come to Rockford for his mall again W J Cbastceu of Dlsputanta was i this neighborhood last week looking woolenInrillMr dayJ J Martins family have measles Robert Bowman has purchased a farm near Conway I A i Bowman and others had a nice race with their hounds Saturday night near Daddle Todds SMDint Snider July llIr and Mrs T F Gulrin were In this vicinity Sunday Mrs Francis Knuckles of Cartcrsvlllo was burled In Fairview cemetery yesterday and a large crowd was pro sentMr C II Smith and wife visited Mrs Smiths sister Mrs Edith Ruoker of HIatt Sunday Mrs N J Myrkle and wife visited Mrs Robert Smith Sunday evening Mrs Jim Taylor and family spent Sunday with Mrs Geo Myrkle Misses Hattie and I Bottle Poynter have gone to Mt Ver non to attend the Institute this week School at this place began last Monday with Hattie Poynter us teacher r- 1IOONK t Boone July 1llr8 W Knuckles died Saturday in the hospital In Be rea Her body was brought horn and laid to rest at Fairview Sunday evening A large crowd attended the funeral services Mr J H Lambert I and Geo Wren made a business trip to Mt Vernon one day last week Mr and Mrs Frank Kirby of Berea were In this vicinity last Sunday evening Mr John Wren was a Be rea visitor one day lust weekMr H T and Arthur Chasteen made a busi ness trip to Bcrea on Saturday last Mr and Mrs J H Lambert and Mr and Mrs Jess Wren were guests Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd near otI ford Sunday Mrs John Wren ited relatives on Clear Creek Sunday Mr Barney Riddle of Brindle Ridge was In this vicinity Saturday There will be meeting at Fairview church the first Sunday In August Mr Geo 1 SomethingNewln Kitchen Ware The 1892 Pure Spun Aluminum Ware ti tpTdJ coming into use for crooking purposes It is taking the place of agate and enamel ware because while its first cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware it ta really much in the long run as is guarani teed for twentyfive jeara and will last practically a life time The genuine 1892 Ware made only from pure SPUN not cast Aluminum will not crack ecale peek break scorch or burn It looks like silyei but weighs only about one quarter as much is easily cleaned and handled and will not rusts corrode or tarnish Absolutely pure nonpoisonous and wholesome i eaves mongyatime and doctors Se aura you aft the origjealr4 cenj- uir war tampd with tbs lotala irll M rewdfalex4p Berea Kentucky I Poynter of Livingood visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dave Grant fs out again after quite an Illness Sunday school at Fal view is progressing nicely with Mrs Daisy Lambert as superintendent Tho small child of Mr and Mrs II T Chasteen who has been quite skit is improving Mrs James Grant who has been sick Is some better Mrs Woodall of Livingston was the guest pf Mrs Daisy Lambert last Satur day and Sunday Corn crops are looking fine In this section CONWAY Conway July l1Ir Eddie Lang ford of Mt Vernon has been visiting his sister Mrs R A Dalley of this plnceI A Bowman and Chris Wood and J II Bowman have been attending court at Mt Vernon Chas Bowman seems to be Improving Mrs Pattlo Brooks baby has been very sick but is some better now Mrs C Cayd of Berea has been via iting her parents at this place Mrs Wm Hayes continues about the same Mr Elmer Williams is visiting his father at Brush Creek Misses Leo Sparkman Rhoda Bowman and Mr Skid Bowman attended Sunday school at Scaffold Cane Sunday Mr J II Bowman has about completed his tobacco barn There will be church at this place next Saturday night and Sunday morning MADISON COUNTY 1IAIITS Harts July 11Mr Daniel Mc Queen and family of Foyette County are visiting Mr J A McQueen Miss Pearl McClure who has been to visit her grandfather In Indiana returned recentlyMr Forest Dowdon has bought quite a nice rubbertire buggy Mr Preston Sexton and Miss Laura Plgg were quietly married at the home of the bride Thursday even Ing at 4 oclock They still remain at JonosIcontemplate going to visit Mrs Da- Is brother In Hamilton Ohio Mr D O Waddle Mr J W VanWInklo Is repairing our school house These improvements help Its looks consider IIblIr J S Swinford and wife went to Berea Sunday to visit friends Mr G T Payne of Dlsputanla hisftobacco He had about five thousand Mrs Geo Ames is visiting MM Baker this weakMr Sidney Van Winkle has gone to OhloTho Rev McKay of Corbin preached at Hans Sunday evening ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST HUANCll Locust Branch July nTho school at this place taught by Mr Elbrldge Oglesby began Monday morning with several In attendance Preaching services were held hero Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night with two additions to the church Both were baptized Sunday morning by Bro Lunsford Mrs Patrick and children from Ohio have been visiting relatives at this place Mrs Patricks old home was at this place and she was one who was baptized here Sunday The other was Mr Benjamin Powell We have 12 pledged for a sing Ing class to be taught here the latter part of AugustWe have muddy roads here now and It still rains almost every dayThere Is lots of work going on In this neighborhood Farming making staves saw milling Wages are fairly good 125 to 150 per dayJno A BIcknell was In Berea last week on business CLAY COUNTY We have on hand some tO sewing machines which can be bought for 25 Inside of 30 days We also wish to call your atten tion to our grocery line We have meal for 125 per bushel You will find our prices on all groceries low er than elsewhere Call and see Slusher Bros Store at mouth of Jacks CreekD S Sliwher Manager SIItlNO CICKliK Spring Creek July iPeople arc behind with their crops on account of wet weather A L lloskins has been sick for two weeks but has recovered and Is able to work again Preaching services are to be held at Flat Creek Saturday and Sunday by the Rev Mr Everett SIzemoro and others and a good attendance is expected Lester Trlber and wife who have been visiting relatives on Red Bird are expecting to return to their home at Kansas City soon SEXTONS CItKKK Sextons Creek July S Rainy weather continues There have been three tides In Sexton this week Mary J Allen and children of Taft are visiting relatives here this week Sunday school was organized at Splvy last SundayJohn Baker is 100 Reward 100 iThe readers of thinpeper will be leaoed to dlealeIhatget and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure U medkalIratemllyate requires constitutional treatment Haifa directtlysystem thereby dentroylng the foundation of bybulldinguptheIn doing its work The proprietors have so otterOnecure Send for list of testimonials OSoldTake halls Family Illli for constipation j I eaaa c x3rurllbtet Rr contemplating n tie job on little Sex ton this fall Andrew Maupln has bought Jas Smiths poplar timber with the expectation of logging ItP- H Ray will speak at tho Clark school to night in the Interest of tho Farm ers Union There are several mon in hero for Edwards s OWSLEY COUNTY itiCl TOWN Rlcetown July IITherc has been a rain every day for a week and farm ers are behind considerably with their work Harry Evcrsole Jr of South Fork was hero Thursday Misses Lucy and Lula Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place John P Gabbard of Cow Creek Is Improving slowly from an attack of typhoid fever Henry Gabbard and wife were at Boonevlllo last Tuesday K W Minters chil dren were at Boonevlllo Tuesday Some of our citizens are planning to go Into the logging business this fall and winter Wm Reynolds and fami ly expect to move to Montana next spring to live Abner Baker of Cow Creek is suffering considerably at present with a felon on his finger B K Gabbard of this place and Miss Myrtle Ward of Buckhorn were married last week also Miss Belle Gabbard of Cow Creek and Samuel Cornett of Hazard We Join to wish the new couples much success and happiness Chester Baker of this place and a student of Bern College In 1900 and 1910 met with the misfortune of falling out of an apple tree Friday July 1st He fell a distance of 29 feet striking on his left side breaking his left arm Just above tho the wrist rendering him unconscious for quite a while A doctor was call ed from Boonevlllo and splinted the broken arm and elnco that time ho seems to be getting along as well as could be expected considering the distance he fell We are sorry that Chester met with such a painful acci dent and hope he will soon be well ISLAM CITY Island City July 8 Farmnrs are beginning to lay by their cropsAf- ine young mare belonging to John Hudson died one tiny lust week Grand Jury returned 93 Indictments last week at Boonovlllu A B Car mack and wife visited friends at Blake Sunday Tircy and Addison who were charged with housebreaking were sentenced to one year In the penitentiary Married at the brides home Win Peters to Miss Flora Blako May they have few trou bles In life SUCCORS to Mr Faulkner and our good newspaper The Citizen IThe little girl of W B Roberts Ml a mulberry trw and broke her arm recentlyLESLIE COUNTY HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Hydon Ky We do a general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and In dividuals thruout eastern Kentucky We are seeking new business and wo are prepared to take care of It A B Evcrsole Pres T G Lewis Vice Pres Thos L Gabbard Cashier LAUREL COUNTY iiosKivrovH- osklnton July G Smallpox is raging In this community There are more than a dozen cases The little Infant of Graften Allen died with smallpox tho other day Tho bereaved family have the profoundest sym pathy of the whole neighborhood Crops are In very bad condition Mr Albert Hosklns just returned from Plntvllle the other day with n load of merchandise for Hughes Morgan Mr Boone Pare has Just returned from Hamilton Ohio whore he has been for the last three months work Ing In a paper factory lie reports that wages arc good In Hamilton The Etlll worm has bitten a great many of our young men and contlni ues to bite them usually on bath day causing ninny drunken car ousals and fights May the time come when this deadly demon shall be destroyed by the strong arm of law and justice NED MCHONE Mr Ned Mcllone the Citizens po pular and well knot n agent Is now out canvassing and doing a general business for The Citizen He will bo glad to receive money for old sub scriptions and also for renewals to the paper When he visits your com munity call on him and have a WE BU- YWOOL DESAN uRi- ef Beaker e ire us to k Utr far ptUifeats K C UMWI aercM eta Xtkretcr MT bark U Uiiiiilk We Santa wish Bags Free U MT tUffcn write fan pries Wt- J1 SABIB 4 SONS tfffij LnWIle If CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothen who yahoo their own comfort and the welfare 01thelrthlidrenshould never bnrllbout box of Mother trays Sweet 1owdcrsf or Children for use throughou I the season They JJreak u p Colds Cure Feredehness Constipation TlCthloll Di TIlISii- POwlSEhtSNEVE1tlAIL Sold by all Drag Bloris KC heat aeceptanysubsUtutb A trial package will be sent KHEEto any mother who will Allen B Olmited Le Itoj H Y r t talk with him If there is any misunderstanding as to your subscription or any other matter ho will have It straightened out for you Wo are well pleased with the work done by Mr Mcllono In tho past and hope that he may make many friends and meet with equal success on this trip TEACHERS INSTITUTE Continued from Hirst Page vision of our educational system It has come to stay till surpassed by something looking tho same way It will outlive tho theories about the inhabitants of Mars or the fuel of the Sun Our Institute has a value that cant be expressed In dollars and cents Tho unregistered good exceeds tho recorded good It Is tho influence put In motion that goes on and on Tho Institute Is tho legitimate offspring ota tho republican principles of our government It suggests a broad democratic citizenship and a broad Christian unity One goal lies still ahead of us In Kentucky along educational lines A goal which when reached will bring in its train untold good and Innumer able blessings I refer to an abstract Intangible substance Still it Is little less Important In education than spirit to the body It Is enthusiasm In popular education I had my eyes opened last November when I visited the Central Ohio Teachers Asso elation at Toledo Three thousand teachers not a required gathering only a part of the state Three speakers from abroad one from tho Uni TorI Have you heard that the Yankee s cold blooded T You would not IHITO thought so If you could have seen and heard the hearty response and applause from that audience Then I turn to the depressing sight and sound of less than 300 teachers assembling last month for the Kentucky State Teachers Asso ciation at Henderson Our education in general and our higher education In particular for years was almost entirely In thoI hands of denominational school Even now most of the educational Interest and enthusiasm centers a round our denominational schools and colleges Each and all have Independent careers with dim eyes and dull ears for educational movements that to not connect In some way with them individually They often show much the SlIme magnanimity as the old man who prayed for Me and my wife my son John and his wife us four and no more Such a con dition Interferes with the tree sisvup of popular education Such condition exist at tho expense of unity In edu cation or a real genuine democracy In educationIn Institutes there U no Jew or Greek no North no South no Hast no West no bond no free Hero we have a little democracy it Is a required gathering It is an open court where Individuals yield Individual notions to the combined wisdom of the organized whole where cooperation unification and nationalization rise above sectional and denominational Interests for a high er Christianity and a broader patriot ismPres Roosevelt In a letter to The Worlds Missionary Conference at Edlnburg a few days ago urged the religious denominations to unite in their missionary efforts In Africa This Idea must win everywhere So this Idea of united effort In educa tion must gain strength as tho years go by Our County Institute Is In line and It has been In lino all tho time It is no fault of tho system that It has accomplished so little The County Teachers Institute re presents tho best we have in education It must bring the strong arm of science and knowledge to tho com mon and skilled pursuits of life We n hall It as a benefactor Teachers are admitted by certificates lit qualification and good moral character In tho Institute Intellectual athle tes meet on a common Plano without t social political or religious handicap local luminaries are softened and ton ed down In the presence of other lumi naries true worth Is recognized thattimight otherwise have lain dormant or wasted on tho desert air and rank and riches find that the angel of des tiny passes by the mansion and seeks a cabin In an obscure place for a boyar girl on whom to bestow spe cial wisdom and grace In the Insti tute Influences start that echo and live and tell days to come In the lIfo and character of tho boys and girls In tho remote corners of 9 county and state In tho In lItutn tho cobwebs aro brushed front they i I brain of the old fogy who believes that tho world Is flat and has four corners and the sun do move In the Institute wo learn tho lesson a broader patriotism and a more genl IDlelor nothing out of the Institute Shame on you Sonic talk too much Too much of address parade The Instruc tor puts his fodder too high Say fellow teacher are you sick Ja your liver out of order Are you inclined to bo grouchy Are you a chronic grumbler Aro you a sorehead who has soured on everything and finds fault but never suggests a better thing to take the place of the thin you criticized Stop your foolishness Take some thing for ybtrr liver Shake off that Inertia translated laziness Get note book Dedicate It to tho Teachers Institute 1910 Milky a note of methods devices experiences storms references points hints and helps of every kind If your Instructor persists in salt ing among the stars have some In nocent fun out of him and bring him back to the earth at tho sane tints That a ten year old sunburnt rustle knew how to do Ills teacher was u Senior In College He was carried away with hit astronomy which he hind just finished that spring IctnrlinghobbYIlstronomyI ing of time stars In the Milky Way This lad raised his hand and asked It ho might ask a question The teacher was pleased to find the boy I no much interested Say teacher has cow got under teeth T The teachIn r didnt know but he took the hint I and stopped talking about astronomy and applied himself to toplon mater the earth Let the teachers attending the Institute keep In mind their own needs and the newls of their wheels and there will be no lack df Interest and few complaints MISS ROBINSONS VISIT An Interesting personal letfr from Miss Robinson who has been In W Va for a few weeks and from whom we published a W Va letter two weeks ago tells of her visit to the homo of the ArchersI who live on a fine farm on the east shore of the Ohio river but a short distance from Galllpolis Borea has bad three representatives from the Archer family in her class es Reginald Ernest anti Blazer and there are now at home three young or boys Vernon Charles and Wetllot The is In sorrow over Dtntho purpose of conveying to them tho sympathy of the school that Mlw Robinson made the visit We are glad to announce that Miss Robinson has been greatly benefited by tho treatment she has been Ink ing while In Charleston Her adclrossIfor tho remainder of the I will bo Wheeler Hall Hanover BumnurI 1 FRIENDS LOOK HERE For the next 60 days I am going to offer at cost every thing in my store except groceries This includes Shoes Hats Clothing Dry Goods Notions and in fact everything found in a general Store r Now is the time to get bargains Dont wait till after theIsale Come at once and get first choice STORE AT MOUTH OF FLAT CREEK J R STEWART Spring Creek Kentucky J I 4 1