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I i CEI VA 04 BEREA PUBLISHING CO Knowledge power and theI pao0nrtljwayto keep up with modern J P FAULKNER Manager knowledge is to read a good Efittrttl at the oiliJHir at terra AVI a tftonu newspaper tlntt MKittmafrr Devoted to the Interests of the 3 oijmtaiii People Vul XII Five cents n copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 21 IfllO One Dollar a year No 4t Big Clothing Sale July 9 to 23 1910 I l I I rIThis will be the greatest Bargain Offering ever made in Berea We arexver stocked with Spring and Summer suits which must be sold in the next two weeks There will also be a deep cut made on all furnishing goods hatsr etc RIt COYLE Berea Kentucky H I WOF THE WEEK Presidential Timber In Ohio and Missouri Cook AgainSupreme CourtJapan and China both our Friends One Mob In Hands of Law JAPAN PROTESTS FRIENDSHIP Tho welcome glean Sea of War Dlokenson who U lnpoeUng onr posts In tho onst on visiting Japan was such as to closo tho mouths of nil those who nro constantly predict ing trouble with the Mikados govern ment Again And again ht was told of the warm friendship tno Jananwe feol for us aril that there are absol utely no grounds for the rumors of approaching MURDER IN IONDONOise Dr Grlpixin an American Is being hunted tho world over fur the murder Itla wife fin nctrM In 1ondon England Jtrl of her oody wore found In tho basement of their house nil Attempt having b tIn niado to destroy It In quick lime This Is n iwrellel to tho recant Charlton murder in Italy but Charle um has been aught and Is nwlrtlng oxtrndltlon BLOW AT CHINA Tho Chit new inlnUtur at Uorltu Is nporUxl V t 1u taking a serious view of tho recent IliiMotJaiiMiGeo Treaty Ho eays- diet It rovorboa tho Open Door po licy und virtually proclaims the ala menilKTinont of Manchuria Chinas only hope ho maintains Is a clow alliance with the United Statue till she can pull herself together and re take that of which she has boon de spollud 18 IT WAILThe Washington Kovornnmnt has been greatly tiled the last ten days by developments In Nlcnrnuga A demand Is being mado iJi by the press ot tho country and from Koine foreign sources that wo stop In anti stop tho dual thure between 1the two factions ON A RAMPAGE Speaker Can non Is on a lecture tour in Kansas and In spite of sunstroke und all tho Dovlls Insurgents proceeds to flay every body who does not think as he does Ho says ho is only a specIal- Ist at playing czar boasts that ho has been Speaker longer than any other man and boldly defies tho so called Independent Republicans N and tho muck raking periodicals SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE The Sheriff of Licking County and th Mayor of Newark 0 have both re signed under tho pressure of Gover nor Harmon and the lash of arous ed public opinion Altogether twenty five of tho rioters have been arrest ed and tho special grand jury is at work It begins to look like there Js a paw that can handle mobs ROOSEVELT AT KNOXVILLE In response to an Invitation convey ed to him by delegation from Tenn former President Roosevelt has promised to attend tho Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville and deliver an address September 7th SUPREME COURT VACANCIES President Taft has announced that he will not fill the vacancies en tho supreme bench until fall At tc I r the culllug of an extra session of the Senate to act upon the appointment sayIONell Brown whoso trial for bribery In the Illinois Legislature resulted In a hung jury Is to be tried again July 26th With amusing effrontery Brown announces that ho will seek tho nomination for another term In tho Legislature It Is claimed that he was one of Senator Larimers chief tools HARMON FOR IItESIDENTGov- ornor Harmon of Ohio who was olect od governor on tho Democratic ticket while Trft carried tho state for tho prosliioncy has been nominated by his party for a second torm This is looked upon ns his first heat In tho race for the presidency And It fs thought If ho wins in November lie will stand an excellent chance for the Democratic nomination for tho rnwldency In 1912 YOUNG TAFT NOT BLAMED Tho Massachusetts Highway Comnils Ion has found that Robort Taft was not to blame for tho Injury of an Italian who was run over by his auto tuobllo recently COOK IN UI MANDIn a suit brought In Germany against Com MHder Pttary to cover damns aou tinting to IOOdO for the alleged iMiEaiiroyriatlon of fuB Dr Cook ra a much needed witness It Is doubted If ho onn be found ANOTHKR ASPIRANT Tho friends of ExGovernor Folk of Mis nourl are carrying on an active cam paign throughout the country In his interest for tho Democratic nonilnu tlon for the presidency The Harmon boom bus scarcely burst the confines cf hU own state yet It Is claimed by Folks friends LOBU FOR COVEItNORWin- Loeb Secretary to President Rooso volt and now collector of tho pott of New York visited President Taft recently It Is said that ho Is to he tho administration candidate for governor of Now York this fall Loeb protests that ho does not want tho lace but It Is Claimed that since Hughes Is no longer in the field Loeb as tho friend ot all tactlonsI particularly tho I President and Governor Hughe ib a suro winner If he will run CHURCH NEARING COMPLETION Tho beautiful and unique building of tho Methodist Eplscoplal Church Is soon to bo completed On account of A dolay in tho arrival of certain mnt erial for the Infcldo finish work on the building has beech suspended for some weeks but tho things which were most needed are now on tho ground and tho work is to be ro Mimed and speedily carried for ward It Is expected that the houso will bo ready for uso by tho tlnv that Conference convenes this fall Joftern end on tho whole will probably be one of tho most beautiful small church buildings In this part of tho state It Is the plan of the church to I serIIccst r G DUE FROM TODAYHAPPINESS Few of us appreciate what today offers In youth we look forward to the better things of the future In old age we draw upiiPtiio put far our pleasure The present offers nothing but dry husks We stuck the bread of life in anticipation or reminiscence But the to morrow of happiness that we seek rarelycomes and the past recalled no more than n dream So life becomes a disappointment hopeless delusion How would it do to o udtict our business upon the same princi pleIIBtI borrowed capital altogether or draw constantly upon a previously accumulated Hurplus f The crash might be postponed for a while but It would coiyo in the end Just HO with the life whose happiness is not the income from todays effort but is sought in the past or the future Hut there is something worse than to borrow hnppinesstrunt other days Icon much more un wllleholV much moro to nay nothing of the fatal consequents that result to let the real sorrow of the past or the imagined troubles of the future mar our today lice us this daji our laity dread r- REAL COWARD THE MORAL ONE There are two kinds of courage moral and physical Mural courage may be the soured of physical courage but the physical CUll uot be said to induce the moral 1Vo shall morn often find the nun of moral convictions ready to incur danger for the sake uf principle than the physically fearltKH man rigid in Iladherence ttt the right The world linn never mi tiered fur the lack of tin phmcnlrv hnivt but the Golden Ago might lung ago hiive hero realized hud those who would resent with violence tlie suggest iuu that they lucked physical courage been tqmilh miMihe HR to the charge of moral cowardiceThe worlds dtiinition ofeouar1hits never been n trail jho dues sot have the courage to do right it hUH always been uric who is too timid to engage in physical cumbiit IIwho Inhere before thin sill of righteousness and duty in somehow thought to have com mended himself as human Who would think of calling such n one It coward f Even mural coward though a limit d and less sting ingepithet according to the worlds rating is not often applied nod when it is it brings ueillitr the blush ot shame nor in it always followed by the loss of lIoclnlHtllllllingwhich alone could put mean ing into the term tutu make it felt mid feared Quit you like tacit be strong The call is for moral courage lint that this should not be accompanied by a nerve that would not Ilinch norquiver in the presence of torture unstothe early Christ inns unthinkable And it wan this union of the two this blending of the moral and the physical this consistency that built the early church The martyrs had courage equal to their convictions moral and religious convictions attested by physical courage The number of the men that art neither physically nor morally courageous IB not great but it cannot be said that the majority of moll follow up the one by the other There ore those who would willingly give up their lives out the battle field in the defense of their country that become its most dangerous enemies III time of peace caring neither for the will of the people expressed at the p011nor for the purityand honor of the homnthe things above nIl most dear if they can be looked at thru th11 trappings und glamour of war Many there are who in the open would run to the rescue of those in danger regardless of their own snftly but who when the worlds hACk is turned would take advantage of the same defenseless poor savingsHundredstwo of their fellows pelt each other with their fists sad they vociferously applaud the onto for giving and the other for takug punishment This is their trip ilo to physical bravery But how many of these hundreds could face a chance to make a thousand dollars crookedly Hud stand up and not tithe the chance f In a western prison thiVn is n padded board to hicha condem wed criminal may be strapped and supported Oil Ida way to the gal lows if his cowardly legs will nut hold him up All through the prison after each pxrcntioii the query goes from cell to cell Did he die gone And the answer is passed along lIe ditd game and his associates are sulitfied If tiny executed criminal should show fin white father the whole fraternitywould feel humiliated and the memory of till culprit would ho execrated It is their glory that the padded board has never been needed lint this is of no significance No Rut it ought to be tre mendously significant If ignorant and bestial criminals can the flame those of us who are not ignnranLaior criminal oiiylit to be able to live lame If the brutal murderer with nothing but unfit behind him and nothing but darkness before can meet his fate with such physical hardihood shouted not wu wilh equal bravery be able to stand up for tin right f Should we not bo willing to suffer seme religiousnnylago for death than they have fonllfe The citizen should be as game in lifo as the convict is gab e in loath Get Ready for the BEREA FAIRIThree Big DaysAugust 4 5 6 Lots of Show Horses Good Racing each day Good Music each day And all kinds of Amusements IDont fail to see the Mule Race in Harness Come Everybody and have a Good Time IiC C RHODUS Pres E T FISH Secy In F r Theres always room at the top in the House of Success The higher you get the less you are I Jostled r A Simple Test c f- P James J Hill has snidIf you want to know whether you are destined to be a success or a failure in life you can easily find out The test is simple and it istiinfallible A re You Mile to Save Monty If not droptout You will lose You may think not but you will 1 lose as sure as you live The seed of success is riot in you h Hundreds of persons are on the road to success through the aid of a savings account with this bank Your first deposit may be 100 Beret Bank Trust Go Established IDOl THE BANK FOR ALL THE PEOPE POLITICAL OUTLOOK Presidents Vacation There Is not much nows from Bever ly The President Is on his vacation a ton days vacatlon nnd It is well j earned But ho is busy A vacation docs not mean that one is to do nothing That would not be rest for most people The best rest comes through a change of occupation That Is about the only way that the mind gets I any rest except during sleep and sometimes It docs not rest during sleep Thinking Out Program Of course tho president has not toppedthrnkTng A good many mat ters are now off of hand and he Is not now thinking much about these Ho is thinking about other things new matters of policy plans for tho future and ho Is having a little quiet In order that ho may outline his program for tho next year And we can imagine with what alacrity ho goes at It It is good to drop the old and take up the new It is a glal day for the child when ho takes up the now book It is a happier day if ho has mastered the old And tho President hums mastered tho oldthe platform pledges have not had to wait four yeors for their fulfillment The partys promises were nearly all fulfilled bJ the emi of the first reg ular soasi n of Congress after the Presidents inauguration thanks to the President himself and now ho looks to the future with a well dono for tho past of his own speak ing upon his lips And moro and more that well done is upon other lips throughout tho country Not Physically Inactive But neither Is tho President physi cally Inactive during his little vaca lion Ho boxes and wrestles Think of it lie Is up and at It early in the morning and then ho Is much at golf It Is awful to be fat and have to work like that because you dont want to bo fat That Is why tho President Is so busy at golf That is why he is up every morning before tho rest of the Tafts and in the basement of the Beverly home In his tights with his boxing master IHo Is trying to reduce his waist band it a pity that some of us have to bo so big and dont like itj while others of us ore so little and dont like It- But the President seems to be happ tho there Is but little prospect of re t during his avoirdupois below 285 It Is good philosophy to be happy and the President is somewhat of a phi loshopher Vacation Broken IntoIBut alas for the vacation It had j to be broken In upon at both ends I Tho political situation in Now York State was causing some concern and I Ohio had to be looked after It Is too bad that the President has to bo I a politician It Is too bad that his political future cannot take care itself A second term Is coveted as orI endorsement and all political must bo kept up looking to that In other words he must do what bo can to force his own endorsement- So Mr Lo tb collector for the port of New York must visit Beverly Mr Loeb tho friend of Roosevelt the fiend of Gov Hughes and the friend of the Administration And for what purpose That is what every bony wanted to know and the reporters think they know ICHitlnuril on firth litt IN OUR OWN stAtEMLawyers Mi ot at Mirdlesboro Great Damage By Storm Pay For h States Teachers Big Robbery t Our Murder Record STATE DAn ASSN MEETS Tho State Dar Association mot this weeit in Middlesboro A number of Interest ing addresses were made by some of the states most prominent lawyeratLelngton will entertain the Asso ciation next year WEEK OF RUIN Farmors and all farming Interests have been great ly set back throughout tho entire I state this wppk by unusually heavy mine floods cloudbursts thundar storms and wash outs Nearly everj community has Its own story of loss LIGHTNING STRIKES CHURCH Just as the congregation was being dismissed In the Silas Babtist church in Bourbon County Sunday a bolt of lightning struck the building and seriously Injured five of the worship pars and knocked a number of others down The bolt came thru tho ceil ing over the pulpit broke the marble slab over the desk and then played around the room A horse in tho yard was also struck i NOT ALL ONE WAYThe election has been rolled to decide whethor Lexington Is to have tho commission form of government but some opposi ion to tho scheme has developed A mass meeting was held last Friday night and tho plan rather severely arraigned by tho speakers Tholr arguments are considered unfair and not well founded however PER CAPITA FOR TIE YEAR State Supt Rrgenfteln has announced that the per capita this year Is to bo the same 1111 last 40 Tho total amount to be paid to tho teachers out of the State Treasury Is 2982 940 Tho census shows 745735 pupil childrenROBBER ON INSIDEt Ausust Ropke for IS years a trusted em 1 ploye of tho Fidelity Trust Co if Louisville had embezzled the funds of the institution to lute extent of 500 000 Later rumors say 100000 hot ting on the stock markets is given as the cause ot his theft Banks and Trust buildings are usually substantial structures with iron bars over their windows to keep the burglars out Most of the thlovns the biggest thieves are on tho In side and catty the keys however JUDGE BENTON AT MIDDLES DOROIn his speech before the State Bar Association Judge Benton spoko of one particular in which tho United States excells all other countries Its criminal record Here it Is v 10000 murders every year Of tho aroIllUnlsheclsolutely free There are Hi times as many murders for every million of ourpopulation as there were 20 years I logo lead the world In crime In I 95 per cent of the murderers lure punished In Spain 63 per cent France 61 per cent In Italy 77 per cent In England 60 per cent LANGLEYS SEAT CHALLENG EDTho Democrats are going to put up a good strong fight against Congressman Langley In the 10th district this fall Attorney A F Byrd of Winchester is now very prominently spoken of os Mr Langley opponent and his friends are prophesying him succes- i HitFifl DivAsVLMAmONCMwrORDI C2AUTHOR OF MACtlEcSfAIllRETHUJAETt17t 1 12LWTRATIOhMY 3fweave ur ioe aY e wra1 SYNOPSIStBaraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herba 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 relatives who blocked up the en and drew off the water supply 1IrIrl the couple to die Darakas cousin her betrothed attempted to climb a cliff overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car dug his way out of the tunnel and tried deserting the girl and carrying of ruble Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pursuit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prIma donna became engaged in London to Konstantln Lo gothetl a wealthy Greek financier Her Intimate frIend was Countess Leven known as Lady Maud whose husband had bun killed by a bomb In St Peters burg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an American who had become one of the richest loveIoffered Lady Maud 5000000 for charity If she would aid him In winning the singer from Logothetl Baraka approached Logothetl at Versailles with rubles to sell lie presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and sent It to Venice Ha was visited by Baraka In male attire She gave him y 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 preIgiven himp CHAPTER VI 1 Margaret took Van Torp with her to tho performance the next day after impressing upon him that be was not i to speak not to whisper not to ap plaud not to make any sound from the moment he entered the theater till he left It for the dinner Interval He was far too happy with her to question anything she said and obeyed her most scrupulously Twen tyfour hours earlier she would have laughed at the Idea that his presence beside her at such a time could be not I only bearable but sympathetic yet seemed natural now The diva tthatthe excowboy the accomplished and the Californian miner t the sensitive gifted capricious worn fanand the ironjawed moneywolf had that they had something inj common Wagners last music affected II them In the same way explainedanot happen again and again before the eyes of those who know how to see which is quite a different thine from merely seeing Margarets sud den liking for the man she had once so thoroughly disliked bad begun when he had whistled to her It grew while he sat beside her In the dark ened theater She was absorbed by the music the action and the scene this second hearing she could the noble poem itself but she r 11followsubconscious of what her neigh He was not so motionless because she had told him that sit still be was not so in tent on what he heard and saw mere ly to please her It was not mere in f terest that held him still less was It curiosity The spell was upon him ho was entranced and Margaret knew it- Even when they left the theater and drove back to the hotel he was silent and she was the first to speak Mar garet hated the noise and confusion of the restaurant near the Festival theaterYou have enjpyed It she said Im glad I brought you Ive felt something I dont understand Van Torp answered gravely She liked the reply for its simplici ty She had perhaps expected that he would summon up his most picturesque language to tell her how much pleasure the music had given him or that he would perhaps laugh nt himself for having been moved but Instead he only told hei that he did not understand what he had felt and they walked on without another wordGo and get something to eat she said when they reached the hotel and Ill meet you here In half an hour I dont care to talk either He only nodded and lifted his hat as she went up the steps but Instead of going to eat he sat down on a bench outside and waited for her there reflecting on the nature of his new experience Like most suncessful men ho looked on all theories as trash good enough- to amuse clever Idlers but never to bo taken into consideration in real life He never asked about the principle on which any invention was founded his first and only question was Will It work Considering himself as the raw ma terial and the theater he had lust loft as the mill he was forced to ad mit that Parsifal worked Presently Margaret came out of the hotel expecting to find him waiting for her within the hall and prepared to be annoyed with him for taking so long over a meal She stood on the step and looked about and saw him sitting on the bench at a little distance He raised his eyes as she came towards him and then rose quickly- Is It time he asked Y sshe said Did you get anything decent to eatr Yes he answered vaguely That Is now I think of It I forgot about dinner It doesnt matter She looked at his hard face curIous- ly and saw a dead blank the blank that had sometimes frightened her by Its possibilities when the eyes alone came suddenly to life Wont you go in and get a biscuit or a sandwich she asked after a momentOh thanks Im used to skipping meals when Im Interested in things Lets go If youre ready- I believe you are one of natures Wagnerites Margaret said as they drove up the hill again and she smiled at the Idea Well he answered slowly theres one thing if you dont mind She Was Aware of His Blight Chang pof Position Without Turning Her W L f my telling you Its rather personal Perhaps Id better not The prima donna was silent for a few moments and did not look at himTell me she said suddenly Its this I dont know how long the performance lasted but while it was going on I forgot you wero close beside me You might Just as well not have been there Its tho first time since I ever know you that Ive been near you without thinking about you all the tinge and I hadnt realized It till I was silting there by myself I hope you dont mind my telling you It only makes me more glad that I brought you Margaret said quietly Thank you he answered but he was quite sure that the same thing could not happen again during tire second part- Nevertheless It happened For a little while they were man and wom an sitting side by side and very near two in a silent multitude of other men and women but before long he was quite motionless his eyes were fixed again and he had forgotten her She saw It and wondered for she know how her presence moved him and as his hands lay folded on his knee a mischievous girlish impulse almost made her the great artist for get that she was listening to the greatest music In the world and nearly made her lay hr hand on his just to see what he would do She was ashamed of it and a little disgusted with herself The part of her that was Margaret Donne felt the disgust the part that was Cordova felt the shame and each side of her nature was restrained at a critical moment Yet when the Good Friday music began she was thinking of Van Torp and ha was unconscious of her pres enceIt could not last and soon she too was taken up Into tho artificial para disc of the mastermusician and borne along in the gale of golden wings and there was no passing of time till the very end and the people rose In si lence and went out under the summer stars and nil those whom nature bad gifted to hear rightly took with them memories that years would scarcely dimThe two walked slowly back to the town as the crowd scattered on foot and in carriages It was warm and there was no moon and one could smell the dust for many people were moving In the same direction though some stopped at almost every house and went it and most of them were beginning to talk in quiet tones Margaret stepped aside from the road and entered a narrow lane and Van Torp followed her in silence This leads out to the fields she said I must breath the fresh air Do you mind Z On the contrary He said nothing more and she did not speak but walked on without haste dilating her nostrils to the sweet smell of grass that reached her already In a little while they had left the houses behind them and they came to a gate that led into a field Van Torp was going to undo the fastening for there was no lock gothroughShe rested her crossed arms on the upper rail and Van Torp did the same careful that his elbow should not touch hers and they both stared Into the dim sweetscented meadow He felt her presence now and It al most hurt him he could hear his slow pulse in his ears hard and regu lar She did not speak but the night was so still that he could hear her breathing and at last he could not bear the warm silence any longer What were you thinking aboutr he asked trying to speak lightly She waited or hesitated before she answered him You she said after a time He moved Involuntarily and then drew a little further away from her as he might have withdrawn a foot from the edge of a precipice out of common caution She was aware of his slight change of position without turning her eyes What made you say what you did to Mrs Rushmore yesterday afternoon she asked About you YesShe asked me pointblank what I thought of Logothetl Van Torp an swered I told her that I couldnt give her an unbiased opinion of the man you meant to marry because I had always hoped to marry you my selfOhwas that the way It hap penedMrs Rushmore could hardly have misunderstood me said Van Torp gathering the reins of himself so to say for anything that might happen No But it sounds differently when you say it yourself That was Just what I said Any how answered Van Torp I didnt think shed go and tell you right away but since she has I dont regret hay ing said that much It was straightforward at all events If it was all true There was the faintest laugh In her tone as she spoke the last words Its true rlgbt enough though I didnt expect that I should be talking to you about this sort of thing to nightThe effect on Mrs Rushmore was extraordinary positively fulminating Margaret said more lightly She says I ought to break off my engagement at once and marry you FaxcrP Thats very kind of her Im sure observed Mr Van Tor I dont think so I like It less and less the more I think of It Well Im sorry but I suppose Its natural since youvo concluded to marry him and it cant be helped I wasnt going to say anything against him and I wouldnt say anything for him so there was nothing to do but to explain which I did Im sorry you think I did wrong but I should give the same answer again Mrs Rushmore thinks that Konstan tin is a designing foreigner because hes a Greek man of business and that you are perfection because you are an American business man If Im perfection thats not the real reason said Van Torp snatch Ing at his first chance to steer out of the serious current but Margaret did notlaughYou not perfection nor I eith er she answered gravely You are famous In your way and peoplo call asIwe are going to be friends we must understand each other from the first as far as we can Ill try to do my share said Van Torp taking her tone Very well Ill do mine I began by thinking you were amusing when I first met you Then you frightened me last winter and t hated you Not only that I loathed youtheres no word strong enough for what I felt When I saw you In the audience you almost paralyzed my voice I didnt know it had been as bad as that said Mr Van Torp quietly Yes It was worse than I can make you understand And last spring when you were in so much trouble I believed every word that was said against you even that you had mur dered your partners daughter In cold blood to get rid of her though that looked as Incredible to sensible people as It really was It was only when I saw how Lady Maud believed In you that I began to waver and then I understoodIm you did So am I Dut she Is such a good woman herself that nobody can be really bad In whom she believes And now Im changed still more I like you and Im sure that wo shall be friends If you will make me one promise and keep It What Is 1tZ That you will give up all Idea of ever marrying me no matter what happens even If I broke Its no use to go on interrupted Van Torp for I cant promise any thing like that Maybe you dont realize what youre asking but Its the impossible Thats all Oh nonsense Margaret tried to laugh lightly but it was a failure No Its very far from nonsense he replied almost sternly Since youve spoken first Im going to tell you several things One is that I accepted the syndicates offer for the Nickel Trust so as to be free to take any chance that might turn up It had been open some tlmo but I accepted it on the day I heard of your engagement Thats a big thing An other Is that I played a regular trick on Logothetl so as to come and see you here I deliberately asked him to dine with me last night In London I went right home wrote a note to him antedated for yesterday after noon to put him off and I left It to be sent at the right hour Then I drove to the station and here I am You may call that pretty sharp practice but I believe alls fair In love and war and I want you to understand that I think so Theres one thing more I wont give up the hope of making you marry me while youre alive and I am not if youre an old woman and Ill put up all I have in the game Includ ing my own life and other peoples If it cones to that Amen Margaret bent her head a little and was silent Now you know why I wont prom Iso what you asked said Van Torp in conclusion You have no right tospeak like that she said rather weakly after a momentPerhaps not I dont know Dut I consider that you have a right to know the truth and thats enough for me Its not as if Id made up my mind to steal your owelamb from you and put myself In its place Logo thetl Is not any sort of a ewelamb lies a man hes got plenty of strength and determination hes got plenty of moneyeven what I chooso to call plenty lie says bo cares for you All right So do I Ho says hell marry you I say that I will All right again Youre the prize put up for tho best of two fighting men Youre not the first woman In history whos been fought for but by all thats holy there never was one better worth not Helen of Troy herself The last few words came with a sort of stormy rush and he turned round suddenly and stood with his back against the gate thrusting his hands deep Into his coatpockets perhaps with the Idea of keeping them quiet but ho did not como any nearer to her and she felt she was perfectly safe and that a much deeper and more lasting power had hold of him than aiy mere passionate longing to take her In his arms and press Ms Iron lips on hers against inn will Margaret was not angry she was hardly displeased but she was really at a loss what to say and she said the first sensible thing that suggested I itself and that was approximately true Im sorry you hue told me all this We might have spent these next two days very pleasantly together Oh Im not pretending what I dont feel Its Impossible for a woman like me who can still be free not to be flattered when such a man as you cares for her In earnest and says OtbIermeM MI dont mean to said Van Torp stoutly It wont be necessary If I never spoko again you wouldnt forget what Ive told youoverl Why should I say It again I dont want to until you can say as much to me If Its time to go hitch the lead to my collar and take mo home Ill follow you as quietly as a spaniel any where And what would happen If I told you not to follow me but to go home and lie down In your kennel She laughed low as she moved away from the gate Im not sure answered Van Torp DontThe last word was not spoken at all with an accent of warning but It was not said In a begging tone either Margarets short laugh followed in stantlyYou said just now that you would not say over again any of those things you have told me tonlcht Do you mean that Yes I mean it Then please promise that you wont Thats all I ask If you are go- Ing to ppend tho next two days hero and If I am to let you see me I promise Van Tarp answered without hesitation She allowed herself the Illusion that she had both done tho right thing and alto taken tho position of com mand and bo standing beside her allowed himself to smile at the futili ty of what she was requiring of him with so much earnestness for little as be knew of womens ways he was more than sure that the words ho had spoken that night would come back to her again and again and more than that be could not hope at present Hut she could not see his lace clearlyThank you she said That shall be our compact To his surprise she held out her hand lie took It with wonderful calm ness considering what the touch meant to him and he returned dls creetly what was meant for a friendly pressure She was so well satisfied now that she did not think It necessary to telegraph to Logothetl that he might start at once though oven If she bad done so Immediately he could hardly have reached Ilayrouth till the afternoon of tho next day but one when the last performance of Parsifal would be already going on and she herself Intended to leave on the morning after that She walked forward In silence for A few moments and the lights of theItown grew quickly brighter You will como In and have some supper with us of course she said presentlyWhy certainly slnco you are so kind answered Van Torp I feel responsible for your having forgotten to dine she laughed IImust make It up to you Uy this time Mrs Rushmore Is probably wondering where I am Well said the American If she thinks Im perfection she knows that youre safo with meI suppose oven If you do come homo a little late- I shall say that we walked borneIvery slowly in order to air Yes Wovo walked home very slowlyI mean said Margaret quickly that I shall not say we have been out towards tho fields aa far as the gateI dont see any harm If we have observed Mr Van Tors Indifferently Harm Not Dont you under I stand Mm Rushmore Is able of thinking that I havo alread1Ihow shall I sayZIho stopped Taken note of her good advice he said completing the sentence for herExactly Whereas nothing couMIbe further from my Intention as you know Im very fond of Mrs Rush more Margaret continued quickly to order to get away from tho danger ous subject she had alt obliged to approach she has been a mother me and heaven knows I needed toIand she has the best and heart In the world nut she Is so anx four for my happiness that she thinks It Is at stake wheneverIat conclusions without the sllghost j reason and then Its very hard to got I them out of her dear old head I I see If thats why she thinks me dllappolnJher j They reached the hotel went stairs and separated on the landing upIget ready for supper 1Torphad been retell aphed from London Anchored off Saint Marks aquar today 330 PD Quick passage No stop Coaling tomorrow Ready for sea next morning TO BE CONTINUBD Drew the Line Mrs CrawfordDid you manage to coax your doctor to recommend a trip to that mountain resort you wished to visitMrs Crababaw Yes but I cant SO for I couldnt get him to add that a few now dresses would do me a world of goodPuck A Paradoxical Explanation Why did Jokem Issue that circular to his customers lie sent out the circular to square himself I Margaret Bent Her Head a Little and Waa Bllent j A Good Example II am a good example writes Mrs R L Bell of McAlcster Okla of what Cardul will do for suffering women I suffered with my head and back for over six years and although I tried everythlnfI never could get any thin to do me any to take CarduiI Cardul has surely helped me and built me up and I am so thankful that I have found something that will dome good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick I q I lake CARDUI The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not sick now at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory so that when you are sick you for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists write tot Udiei Adrltorr Dept Chittiaoot Mcdidat Co OuttaMoef TeaL Sfteiallnitnutlaiu fll tad Mwe book non TrtitatX lor WnaeM tnt POLITICAL OUTLOOK iconlinuetl from tint page 0 There must bo no factions In New York this fall The Roosevelt Influ duce tho Hughes Influence and tilt Admlnlbtratlon luflucnce are necessary j to win It New York this year and Mr Loeb is allied with all lie was Mr Roosevelts secretary he Is an Imiwrtant appointee of Mr Tart and ho has made the right kind of a record as collector In New York It Is to him that wo must give credit for the Investigation Into tho frauds ft tho Sugar Trust and tho subsequent house cleaning of the port It Is thought then that Mr Loeb will bo- n winner with the people so bo J must bo pushed Into line for tho Gov I ernorship and tho President must break the news to him Then ho mustI go to Oyster Bay and Mr Roosevelt j must constrain him for Mr Loeb is not anxious for the job strange to say And this Is where tho matter I rests This Is tho Inside of tho admin trntlvo machine This Is the way Governors are made and later presi I dents But it Is all right and will continue to bo so long as such men as Loeb arc selected I Ohio Hard nut to crack Put Ohio is not so easy Oho tho same Bailey will bo tried Tho situation Is handicapped by the fact that Harmon Is a popular Governor and Harmon a Democrat carried tho State when Tuft a Republican carried It Mr Taft will run for President In 1912 So might Gov Harmon if he is reolcctedxqpvornor this Fall Then the man must bo found that can defeat him however popular ho may bo and regardless of how good a Gov ernor ho may have madeIHut who is tho man that can de feat hlmT Jos It Garfield wants to try It Now Mr Garfield Is the mm of a former Governor of the State and a former President the lamented JaR A Garfield But that IB not all he has to his credit lie has somo reputation of his own lie wus Secre tary of the Interior under President j rRoosevelt a conservationist an anti and now called nn latter thing does not jDalllnglrman some members of the N Made M by Republican machine In Ohio and Mr Garfield may not bo the man how ever worthy ho may ho- So senator Dick Hanni made iwl chairman Kills must journey to Dev and must take quarters near the- 11resldentJust happen to bo close by If they should bo needed And Senator Dick and Chairman Ellis speaking for tho Republican party In Ohio say that Mr Garfield wont do for tho party wants to endorse tho Administration Thrift and Mr Garfield Is an opponent not only of tho thrift but has announced himself the friend of some whom tho administration has been Inclined to consider Its enemies I Who then is the man that can I unite the party and defeat the popular Democratic Governor A grave ques tion Why happy thought What about Congressman Longworth Mr flocse v lets soninlaw Ho Is a Stand I patter and his fatherinlaw has been suspected of siding with tho Insur gents This movement will bring the ExPresident with him a thing very much to bo desired plow necessity constrains to harmony Talk Behind the Curtain Now York Is easy in comparison with Ohio It would bo better to lose Now York than Ohio this fall For Harmon If a winner will be pitted against the President himself two years hence both from Ohio both chosen sons not a very pleas ant thing to contemplate But just a little aside so no one can hear It lIarmon wins let d Democrat also win In Now York Gaynor for Instance and possibly he would be nominated Instead of Harmon Taft would rath er run against the victor for the Gov ernorship In New York than the successful Harmon In Ohio This Is politics tho part that Is played behind hto curtains These are some of the things the IresldentI has to tElnk of on his ten day vaca tion nearly as exciting as playing golf How well he can play the game of politics remains to bo seen Situation In Maine The Maine election comes off In September two months earlier than In the other states and tho result Is usually considered a weathervane 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 MILLSBerea ANDEW ISAACS Prop Farms Wanted- We have parties desiring to purchase farms which we are unable to furnish If Jyouhave any farm property you desire to sell your should put the same in our hands at once- PorterHowell Co Berea Ky a That the wind may bo constrained to blow tho right way tho President has allowed himself to bo slated for tour speeches In the state Dy this means It Is hoped to get a good start Otherwise so far tho President says his activities In tho fall campaign will bo only of a general character and he very emphatically declares that ho will not attempt to read any one out of the party Mr Roosevelt Confronting tho political situation and a little flurry over the Nlcarau gua situation Pros Taft has held the center of tho stage this week but Mr Roosevelt has not been on a Vacation lie has staid at his desk In the Outlook Editorial rooms but has had many callers Including several delegations Ho Is reported to have said that ho Is not taking sides and that ho will receive all alike Insurgents acid Standpatters but that ho hopes to see the Democrats successful If tin Republicans refuse to do right Two speaking tours are announced for Mr Roosevelt one In the South and one In the West In tho early part of tho Fall- Cannon and Pinchot Of but little less popular interest was tho crossing of the paths of Speaker Cannon and Mr Pinchot In Kansas City this week They cast rather suspicious glances at each other shook hands and parted after a few thrusts that had the veil ot friendship thrown over them I Mr Cannon Is on the ChautauQua platform praising the Tariff anl Mr Pinchot is preaching conservation of our national resources EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued on lut pair teachers In town for the Institute which convenes In the morning J T C Noe of Richmond Is tho instructor James Davidson Jr and L C Campbell left Friday the former for Oklahoma and the latter for Louis 111eDr Cecil Young has returned trout Springfield ill whore has has I been on business 0 Letter IHamaltfn IIThe farmers were busy harvesting wheat during the past week Congressman Jas M Cox addressed tho Wesley Brotherhoc of the First M K church last Sun day morning on Thumbnail sketches of Congress Jailor Tom Hill reports for the year ending June 30 there were 375 prisoners confined in the county jail here and of these 108 were womenLast Friday night the Scmcler Milling Co was completely destroyed by fire This is the third time It has been destroyed In this wayThe Hamilton post office for the fiscal year ending June 30 shows the total receipts to have been 87 72832 an Increase of 650360 over i 1909 John Hardwlck went to Cin cinnati Sunday to meet his sisterin law Miss Nellie Davidson of Lowell Ky who Is paying her sister a visit Mr Ceo Moron has quit the gro cery business and Is now working In the bakery trade Dcssle one of the tvIn daughters of Mr and Mrs M Gabbard Is recovering tram an attack jf scarlet fever The corn and oat crop and gardens are looking well owing to the recent rains of the past week Rufus East has been work Ing at the C C Paper mills also Uel Frost and Willie Reynolds of Owsley Co are employed In Hamil tonThe Rev Hatcher of Hazelgrcec Ky gave a lecture at the Christian church hero last Sunday evening tell Ink of his work In the Kentucky hills i Ho paid high tribute to tho mountain iwople and said that any person who slake slightly of these noble loyal und religious people should be ashamed of himself Congersville III Letter Conpersvllle 111 July ISWe all enjoyed a good rain Friday tho first for quite a while Farmers are real LeuIImproving Abner Willis and family wore tho guests of Leo Kelley over SundnyE M Alexander visited at James demons Sunday After go Ing through a serious operation on Wednesday In one of Bloomlngtono Hospitals the wife of Andrew Hol man died on Thursday July 14 Sho leaves n husband mother three sisters tour brothers and other rela tIes besides a host of friends to mourn her loss- CHEAP REFRIGERATOR If milk Is not kept cold it is dangerous food for babies for every mla ute tat it Is much above the tem perature of Ice the germs of dlseu o Increase In it at an alarming rate Very many babies die of summer complaint merely because their milk has been allowed to stand for hours In a warm room Many are unable to buy enough Ire In summer to preserve milk in ordinary refrigerators for twentyfour hours Most mothers however buy 11 five or tencent cake every morn Ing and by following the suggestion at Dr Alfred E Hess can make at home at small cost aa1 excellent milk refrigerator that requires only i 4 1 very little Ice Obtain a box from the grocer any wooden box afoot in depth will answer the purpose Buy a tin pall with u cover ono deep enough to hold a quart bottle of milk and a sllghUy larger pall without a cover Place one inside the other and stand them In the center of the box Now pack sawdust or excelsior beneath and all about them to keep the heat from getting in complete the re frigerator by nailing about fifty lay ers of newspaper to the under sur face of the box cover The refrigerator is now ready for use In the morning as soon as thll milk Is received it should bo placed in the pall and five cents worth of Ice should be cracked and placed abou4 the milk bottle The cover should be replaced on the can and the lid on the wooden box Every morning tho melted lea should be poured oft A full description of the box may be had by addressing Dr Alfred F Hess Department of Health New York city The Survey BIG SHOW AT RICHMOND John Robinsons big shows will ex hibit ut Richmond Thursday July 28 Indications are that a large number of people will attend from here Every body will want to seo this famous show Under the management of Jno Robinson tho 111 It Is enjoying Its 87th year of prosperity und Is ono of the foremost amusement attrac tions of America It numbers nmong Its scenic favor I ites somo of tho best acts and most expensive that can be secured The S Lowundas Brazilian riders aroI known everywhere as the worillsIgreatest horsemen No less other male and female riders are the pick of tho profession 50 real clowns make a world of fun andI more than a hundred other foreign and American features in four rings two elevated stages and a half mile hippodrome track Introducing three elephantsIdaring gymnasts nimble acrobats aud tearless aerialists alwaysIthis year finds the free zoological annex the most complete carried by any show comprising and costly animals prom every raNII tion of the globe A splendid arra animal exhibits will bo seen dally tree in the 500000 street pageant I which takes place promptly at ten oclock This is the only big inde pendent show not In tho circus trust t consequently there will be no advance in prices for scats etc Tho performance will be given afternoon and evening IFRUIT TREE BLIGHT Ior many years pear trees have been troubled with blight In moat parts of our country But this for the first time apple trees havoIblighted badly over a large Writers of high authority say ease Is very similar the pear blight and should bo treated In the same way vlzby cutting off tho affect ed branches several inches below the place on the tree where tho effect of the disease may be seen on the branch by showing on tho bark the progress the blight has made It is very Important that the knife or pruning shearer should be dipped in some strong disinfectant such as a fO per cent carbolic acid solution This should be done utter each branch Is cut or the trimming will result In spreading tho disease ITin Is Poisonous After a series of experiments rela live to the effects of tin taken into the human system a Scotch physician has announced that canned goods con taming two or more grains of the i deIleterlousJ THE AFTERNOON NAP- A nap in the afternoon Is by no means a waste of time if it bo regu larly taken by the busy housemother Sho may feel that she line no light to such an Indulgence and may refuse to yield to indolence claiming that sho Is never tired until tho right time comes for going to beg- at night If as is usual with many ti i farmers wife her day begins at flvj i oclock and Is hardly over before ten In the evening she should by all means lie down In a darkened room and closo her eyes for an hour i in the midafternoon Tho first three or four days sleep will elude her but If she persists drowsiness will tteal over the brain and she will flinl that the oblivion of sleep will give i her new strength to carry her caix3 cheerfully Do not wait until the physicians order you to seek sanitary springs but take your rst euro at homo before you reach tke youutIthe afternoon nap will pulp you pro serve your beauty If you are old It will help to make you young again The Christian Herald I 7 c t u Announcement t Subscriptions are now being received t for 11 stock in the United States Savings Bank which will be established in Berea The proposed capital of the Bank is 50000FThe price of each share of stock is Ioooaprice that will enable people of moderate as wellras large means to become stockholders t Seldom have the people of Madison County and Eastern Kentucky been offered such a soundj I Ifordsr return L l Applications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to VV H Porter Trustee Berea 1 Kentucky AISome of the men who will act as Directors upon approval of the stockholders of the Bank areE F Coyle J R Hayes H R Howell IIG E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker United States Savings BankIBerea Ky I JACKSON COUNTY BANKRe- port of the condition of the Jackson County Bank doing busi ness at the town of McKee county of Jackson state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 3oth day of June 1910 I RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more en dorsers or sureties 3600137 Real Estate Mortgages 316502 v i 4382926Due35576UnitedSpecie 188596 777496 78605CurrentReal Estate Banking House 100000 Furniture and Fixtures s 162600 370132 Total 5 6844735 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash S 1506000 I Surplus Funds 3oooo of Vr Undivided Profits 240465 270465 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 4149270 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 925000 5074270 I Total 6844735 SetCountyI J K Hays Cashier of the above named flank do solemnly swear that the above statement IH true to the best of my knowledge and belief JH HAYS Cashier CorrectAttestvMy Commission expires January 17 1914r I A H PAKRETT J D HAYS V1 AMY D G COLLIER DirectorslyII 0 BEREA BANK TRUST CO I Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK C TRUST CO conducting both a Banking business and a Trust Company busi ness at the town of Berea county of Madison the State of Kentucky at theclosc of business on the 30th day of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more names as endorser or sureties 8333801 Real Estate Mortgages 8544319 Time Loans on Collateral 1882830 13701010 Other Stocks Bonds Etc X Due from National Bauks 597743 United States and National Bank Notes 235000 Specie1130Oii 940048 Overdrafts 447908 Tuxes 5500 Current Expenses paUl including interest 240010 255110 Real Estate Banking House 1332943 s Furniture and Fixtures it il rrrv 3 942 V1 158 5G- jt Total 1 S Wsni 20587 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid iu In Cash onehalf of which is invosted for the Trust business of the Com patty as required in Section 012A Kentucky Statutes 2500000 Surplus Funds S 500000 Undivided Profits 020035 ll20035 Fund to pay Taxes Deposits subject to chock on which interest is not paid exclusive of trust funds 7940777 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 4990458 Cashiers Checks outstanding 12045 Due National Banks 75374 Due State Banks and Bankers Bank Deposits 471048 Total Deposits i 134j9Q902 Total 17129537 STATE OF XE TUCS1lFtf v County of M I W H Porter President of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief W H PORTER President Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day ofJuly 1910 A P SETTLE Notary Public My commission expires January si I9U CorrectAttest t E F COYLE R II CHHIS JAN JK BAKER Directors t The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is tight true and Interesting Published CTtrr Thursday at Bert a Kr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCB Ont Year flee eta Month 60 Three Month sd Send money by r lolIite or Hipreu Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one and two not stamps The date after our name on label show t6- what date our aubuctiptlon la paid If It la not changed within three week after renewal notify us- MIlng numbers will be gladly supplied If wa are notified Pine premium cheap with new robKrlcttont tad prompt renewal Fend for ITcmlum UN Liberal lemon given to any who obtain new for ua Any one sendncus four pearly subscription cau redeve free for himself for one Advertising late on application NIIU11t or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION tte If you have any ground for com plaint dissolve them All signs point to a sky full of fly Ing machines before long A Philadelphia man stole the roof from a church and Fittsburg la Jeal OULSome day this part of the country will get mad and clean up with Medi cine Hat No man n an automobile should regard himself as a licensed killer of his kind When churches select press agents they should seek them outside of theatrical ranks England has Invented luminous golf balls for those who are afraid to hole out In the dark The anti kiss button is all right in principle but so many ladles use eyes IA Chicago man has the last word wife dislocated her Jaw while bawling him out- Nicaraguas revolution continues pegging away in a manner to keep every one feeling natural Paper money is to be made smaller But cheer up It will probably con tinue to look bigger and bigger Beware of pickpockets and hat pins warns the London police thus putting both parties on their guard Llliuokalanl is given to understand that since she has no crown she does not need it- Singing any crown lands to support is proposed in Paris as an Rid In uplifting the morals of young people But how about the old people next door Cook books Issued by the govern ment have proved so Interesting that a bureau of household recipes might be suggested The Michigan Is our fastest battler ship but the medals for the shotput and marathon records have not yet been awarded Generally speaking the main dif ference between the husbands poor kin and the wifes is that his doesnt cost her anything A Nebraska womans hat decora ted with fruit was eaten by a horse But It was of practical use at least while others like It INophotographer who is an artist a patron says a London weekly No photographer who Is ant artist will make a living either eh Indianapolis doctors made a man a new nose from a chunk of his leg He now and be cant smell but otherwise the operation was a sue l caneNew Yorks subway has Improved on Its old straps by putting In cast steel hangers with porcelain handles But the public Is expected to do Its hanging on in the same old style Training for housekeeping Is woefully missing from our school sys tem says an Ohio manufacturer Is this another covert attack on the bis cults of the womans college gradu ate The German emperor keeps up fifty residences some of which he has never seen lie probably wishes to have things prepared in case he Is ever caught far from home late at night Meanwhile It may comfort those persons who think they have had a narrow escape to reflect that It will be seventyfive years before Halleys comet visits this part of the universe again 7 Scientific measurements establish that Yale students weigh more and are thicker In the neck and chest than In 1864 How much larger they are in their minds is not statistically imparted The number of cigarettes which are smoked in this country Is rapidly In creasing Perhaps thl is due to the precaution that are being taken to stop the sale of poisons to Irrespon sible peoplo I y tI I A 1 tl l PLAN UNION OFSTIANS All GHRI LEADERS IN RELIGIOUS WORK ARE SEEKING COOPERA TION PATTERNED ON SAGEFOUNDATION Started by Episcopalians and Does Not Aim to Induce Others to De Episco palians Nothing In Nature of Political Conventions New York Twentyfour American Episcopalians 14 of them residents In this city will Incorporate at Albany a plan to bring about organic union of tho Christians of all the world Protestant and Roman Catholic The Christian Unity Foundation it the name of the society It is patterned upon tho Sage foundation purpos- Ing to place at the service of Chris tianity the same methods that are em ployed by the Sage and similar re search foundations Tho new scheme is unlike the Federal councllorganlzed here three years ago for its backers seek cooperation without disturbing organization The new scheme would sink all means and make simply one big religious body While started by Episcopalians the venture does not aim to Induce others to be Episcopalians The new foundation announces Its plans to be private conferencea with leaders and tho publication of litera ture Nothing of the nature of public conventions will bo held No appeal will be made to the official bodies of any churches Everything attempted will be along individual lines The magnitude of the foundations task is seen when it Is noted that there are 1SG Independent religious bodies in Continental United States Their membership is 33000000 or al most exactly a third of the total popu lation expected to be reported by the census soon to be given out Church property was valued at 1257575800 in 1906 and this is a very big bar to unity when It is con sidered that in almost all Instance thus far when organic unity between bodies has been imminent it has not been theology that has proved the snag but property financial salaries and similar worldly Interests The new foundation does not how ever stop with unity of Christians in America It aims to bring about unity of Christians all over the world or ganic unity The council among other things undertakes to stop over churching in small communities to aid the movement for a uniform law on marriage and divorce to secure united Protestant Influence for one days rest in seven for working men and similar lines leadingtwolooking toward Christian union in the world ROOSEVELT GETS PRESENT TENNESSEE DELEGATION PRE SENTS MARBLE SLAB Col Roosevelt Will Speak at Appa lachian Exposition Knoxville In October Knoxville Tenn When Theodore Roosevelt arrived at his editorial office In New York says a dispatch he found a delegation from Tennessee waiting for him The delegation was headed by Con gressman R W Austin of Knoxvllle and brought with them a slab of Ten nessee marble about two feet square which they presented to Col Roose veil The slab was enclosed In a leather case on which was inscribed In gilt letters Citizen Theodore Roosevelt GreetingsIt originally the intention ol the Tennesseeans to present the mar ble slab to Col Roosevelt at the time ot his return from Africa but at there was no opportunity then they made a special trip to New York In addition to Congressman Austin there were in the delegation W J Oliver of Knoxville president of the Appalachian exposition which is to be held in Knoxville next October George E Helm of Knoxvllln Carey F Spence of Knoxville David G Chapman Capt H S Chamberlain of Chattanooga and Capt William Rule of Knoxville The delegation asked Col Roose Telt to go to Knoxville In the middle of September when tho exposition opens and speak there Roose velt agreed to stop off at Knoxville on his southern trip on October 6 and speak at the exposition on October 7 President Taft already has agreed to speak at the exposition on Septem ber 16 HALF DOZEN INJURED Bolt of Lightning Falls as Benedic tion Is Prpnounced Paris KyHalf a dozen persons were knocked down and seriously in jured at Silas Baptist church 12 miles from Paris when a bolt of lightning struck tho edifice Rev T C Stack house had just pronounced tho bene diction and stepped from the pulpit when the shock came The bolt tore a big hole in the cell ing and shattered into fragments the marble slab on the pulpit desk i y I CANT SEE THAT THIS VACATION BUSINESS IS WHAT IGOL I IT IS CRACKED UP T3 BE r AVIATIONS DEATH TOLL GROWS ERBSLOEH AND FOUR COMPAN IONS KILLED IN PRUSSIA Winner of St Louis Balloon Race Perishes In Accident Rolls Loses Life In England Lclchlinger Rhenish Prussia Os car Erbsloeh the German aeronaut who won the International balloon race at St Louis In 1907 and four ccmpanlons were killed Wednesday when tho dirigible balloon Erbsloeh burst at a height of several hundred feet and dropped to the earth a crum pled mass The Dead Oscar Erbsloeh Inventor and bal loonistHerr Toelle a manufacturer of Dar menEngineer Kranz Engineer Hoeppe Motorman Splcke The craft was of the nonrigid typo 176 feet In length and 33 feet In diam eter The motors were of 125 horsepower and drove the airship at a speed of 28H mires an hour The war department recently purchased one of Erbsloehs balloons The cause of the accident Is a mat ter of conjecture but It Is believed that the bursting of the bag was due to the expansion of gas by the warm sunshineBournemouth England lion Charles Stewart Rolls third son of Lord Llangattock and one of the most daring and skillful of British avia tors who recently made a flight from Dover to France and return met a most tragic death at the close of the first flying machine tournament of the year in England Tuesday- In the presence of a great company of spectators a majority of whom were women and children and many personal friends of the young aviator the Wright biplane on which he was flying fell suddenly with terrific speed from a height of 100 feet It struck the ground close to the crowded grand stand smashed Into a tangled mass and before the doctors and their assistants could reach the spot Rolls was dead ROYAL ARCANUM HARD HIT New York Court Decides Order Cannot Raise Its Assessment Rates Without Members Consent New YorkSupreme Court Justice William J Kelly of Brooklyn handed down a decision In which he holds that the supreme council of the Royal Arcanum cannot raise its assessment rates without permission from the members of the organization- It is believed that the decision deals a hard blow to the order The case was brought to the attention of the court by Samuel Green of Brooklyn who Is a member of the DeWitt Clin ton council R A and who at one time held one of the highest positions In the council In deciding in favor of the plaintiff Justice Kelly declares that the society cannot assume an unlimited reserved power to Increase the amount of as sessment to an extent which might be prohibitive and could only result In depriving the Individual of his mem bership URGES LOEB FOR GOVERNOR Taft Favor Collector New York Port for Gubernatorial Candidate In Empire State Beverly Mass President Taft Mon day urged William Loeb Jr to accept the Republican gubernatorial nomination In New York this fall Mr Loeb is averse to taking up the task and would prefer to complete the work that he has undertaken as collector of the port but before he left Burgess Point he assured the president that If the demand was made he would accept the duty PareAway New YorkAlois Wirschlng In ventor of the stock ticker and many other well known Inventions In the electrical trade died In his home in Williamsburg Friday lie was seventy nine years old Admiral Cbghlans Widow Dead San Francisco Mrs Julia Barber Cogblan widow of tho late Roar Ad mlral Joseph B Coghlan died at the Adler sanitarium Friday after an III ness of but two days from uramlc I poisoning INDICTED IN RISK PROBE Rock Island Jury Return True Bills Against 13 Persons In Insur ance Scandal Rock Island Seven indictments charging 13 people with conspiracy embezzlement and perjury was the product of tho grand jury investigation of fraternal Insurance frauds Those Indicted are Dr A L Craig Chicago former medical director of the Fraternal Tri bunes I C K Hatfleld Chicago- M J Franckel Chicago Margaret McElvain Auburn IMiss Harold A Weld Rock Island former supremo treasurer of Fraternal Trl bunesOtto L Caldwell Springfield ilL M B Garbor Washington Thomas W Wilson Springfield IIL Dr C H Walters Springfield ilL S S McElvaln Auburn 111 George W Kenney Springfield Ill K M Wltham Aledo III former su preme tribune of Fraternal Tribunes The Indictments were returned Wednesday and are against tho four former offlcer of the Fraternal Trl buses prior to the merger with the American Home Circle and the four officers of the American Homo Circle who gained control of the Fraternal Tribunes by means of the merger and by Inducing the officers of the Tribunes to resign their offices against C F Hatfleld who was It Is said the man who brought about the deal George W Kenney who Is said to have se cured money ea fraudulent notes and against three of the witnesses who are declared to have testified falsely before tho grand jury here with refer ence to money received on alleged loans they made to the Home Circle and for which they received payment after the merger with the Tribune Harold A Weld H M Whitham and Doctor Craig furnished ball In the sum of 112000 each- PINCHOT AND CANNON TALK Engage In Extemporaneous Debate as to Who Was Father of Conservation Idea Kansas City Mo Gifford Pin chot and Speaker Joseph G Can non engaged In an extemporaneous de bate upon the subject of conservation before the Knife and Fork club last night While each gave expression to the highest personal regard for the other and both agreed that conserva lion of tho natural resources should be encouraged they differed on the question who was the father of con servation Mr Cannon who spoke first said that the late J W Powell at one time director of the government geological survey deserved the honor but Mr Plnchct asserted that Theodore Roosevelt was the father of con servation COL GUFFEY EMBARRASSED Business Affairs of Democratic Lead er of Pennsylvania Are Placed In Hands of Receiver Pittsburg PaThe business affairs of Col James M Guffey Democratic leader of Pennsylvania member of the Democratic national committee and one of the best known oil and coal men of the entire country were placed in the hands of a receiver Friday The assets of Colonel Guffey are es timated at 17000000 his liabilities at less than 7000000 Inability to realize on his assets which consist largely of coal lands in West Virginia is said to bo the reason cp Mr Our feys embarrassment Crown George June 22 1911 London Tho coronation of King George has been fixed for June 22 1911 Beef Freight Rates Stand Washington The Interstate commerce commission announced Friday that the recently filed tariffs making advances In the freight rates on cattle and dressed beef between Chicago and New York had not been sus pended Corporation Tax Payments Washington Payments on account of the corporation tax are now within A mllllondollars of the assessments made by the bureau of Internal revenue They amount to 20285723 LTe CRlPPEN IS HUNTED SUPPOSED TO BE ON SHIP BOUND FOR THIS COUNTRY CORPSE DUG UP IN CELLAR Killing of Belle Elmore Actress Strikingly Similar to Charlton Case Suspected Husband Well Known In Indian- aLondonScotland Yard Is seeking Dr Harvey Crlppen an American dentist In connection with tho murder of his wife lie Is believed to be on a steamer bound for New York Crlp pen was a native of Coldwater Mich and was educated In Indiana where ho Is well known The authorities Thursday tabled the police of the United States to arrest Crlppon who it Is thought sailed from England Saturday Doctor Crlppen who Is said to be fifty years of age made his homo for some time at 39 Hllldrop Crescent North London Some time ago his wife Belle Elmore a vaudeville actress and treasurer of the Music Hall artists guild disappeared and subsequently a notice of her death appeared In the local papers The fact of her demise was gen erally credited but there was more or less gossip among the women Intimates and this finally reached the ears of the police The latter visited Doctor Crlppen and the Interview appeared to be satisfactory Doctor Crlppen disappeared last Saturday and a search of the Crlppen house was made and the battered body of a woman was found burled In quick limo and was burned beyond recogni tion but the finding of the body to gather with other discoveries has left no doubt in the minds of tho au thorities that tho murdered woman was Mrs Crlppen The case Is strikingly similar to that of the Charlton murder at Lnke Como Italy Porter Charlton was ar rested In Hoboken but In the absence of an extradition treaty between the United States and Italy specifically providing for the return to either country of a citizen of the other coun try who i has committed a crime abroad may go free In the present case no such com plications are probable u tho British American extradition treaty leaves no loophole of which a suspected trim inal may take advantage Doctor Crlppen after attending schools In Indiana and Los Angeles completed his medical studies in Mich igan Cleveland and New York city Ho practised In Detroit San Diego Cal Salt Lake City St Louis and Brooklyn as an eye and ear specialist He married Belle Elmore as she was known on the stage at New York rPITTMAN IS FOUND STARVING Nicaragua President Reported to Have Badly Mistreated American Prla oner Creates Reign of Terror Washington The United States must soon Intervene In Nicaragua or allow peace to be effected there by England and Germany Unmistakable significance attaches to Important reports frrom Its dlplo matic representatives In Nicaragua to the state department Thursday show ing that Madrlz has produced Inten tionally a reign of terror In the west ern half of Nicaragua In which four fifths of the white people of that republic live The dispatches show that William Plttroan an American prisoner In the hands of MadrU was Inhumanly treat ed by starvation and other privations since he left Greytown on July 4 on his way to Managua When he was put In prison In Managua It was In a filthy cell five feet by six and there again ho was starved A prompt protest from Consul 011 vanes at Managua secured the trans fer of Pittman to a better cell and the United States Is furnishing the money to feed him properly and it Is also furnishing the money to take care of the relatives In Nicaragua of the murdered Groce The more serious aspect of the gene eral situation Is that citizens of Ger many and Great Britain are protesting against the reign of terror In western Nicaragua Nicaraguans openly make threats against the lives of American citizens and there Is nothing to prevent an Immediate outbreak of street murders arson robberies etc which will Involve all foreign residents In Nicaragua Killed In Mistake for Another Kendallvlllo Ind Albert Lehr thirtyeight years old was killed by five Italians employed on a section gang while standing on the plat form of the Lake Shore depot Tho fhcotlng Is thought to bo tho outcome of the accidental killing of an Italian by a freight train three weeks ago TwentyFive Hurt In Bridge Crash New York Twentyflvo persons were Injured early Friday on the Man hattan Approach of the Queonsboro bridge over the East river when a crowded car from North beach with a theater party aboard crashed into the rear of a Flushing car Demand for Irrigated Land WaahingtonThe drought condi tions In the west aro reflected In the Increased demand for irrigated land according to Director Newell of the reclamation service 0 START ON NEW BEEF INQUIRYt SUBPOENAS ARE SERVED IN THE PACKERS PROBE jDistrict Attorney Sims Takes Per tonal Charge of the Proposed Jit Investigation Chicago Under Instruction t- hom Judge Landls deputy United j States marshals will call proml V neat Chicago packers to appear before the federal grand to answer i- to the charges which have been made against tho National Packing com pany Subpoenas wore Issued several days ago for different members of tho pack ing firms but they have been hold In rthe office of District Attorney Sims awaiting his Instructions Judge Lnn dls will give the federal grand jury Its Instructions and while ho Is expected to tell them to make a searching In vestigation Into tho methods of the National racking company tho govern ment officials will bo looking for tho men named In the subpoenas Men who are claimed to have viola ted the Sherman antitrust law and tothers who It Is thought will bo able to give tho details of the Inside work ings of tho company will be calledr PORTLAND SWEPT BY FIRE Ten Acres In Oregon City In Waste I Two Men and 150 Horses Die t Portland OreTwo lives at least were lost scores of persons were In jured 150 horses burned to death and damage amounting to half a million wrought In a fire on tho edge of the business district hero Thursday Tho athletic field of the famous Multno man Athletic club was swept by the flames and tho magnificent grand stand destroyed Tho dead are F n Price foreman of tho United Carriage company slit bio and a helper whose name Is Prude Several of the stable em ployees are reported to bo missing The fire Is believed to have started In tho salesroom of the Oregon Brush companyTho district covered approximately ten acres but a large por tion of this area was devoted to the athletic field of the MuVnomnh club The pre started In the old exposi tion building an immense wooden structure on the south side of Wash Ington street extending from Nine teenth street to Twentieth having it length of about 400 feet and a depth of 220 feet i I DOES NOT SUPPORT MADRIZ Emperor William Through ForeignIOffice Declares Germany Will Not t Intervene In Nicaragua Berlin The foreign office Tuesday made public an authorized statement respecting the letter of Emperor Wil liam to President Madrlz of Nicaragua Reports have reached Merlin that at tempts were being made In America to construe this letter as an Indorse ment by the emperor of tho Madrls i party The statement follows Madrlz i gave notice of his election upon undertaking tho presidency to tho em perlor In the usual written form The customary formal reply was prepared by tho foreign office It was not an autograph letter but was simply signed by the emperor The address great and good friend was In accordance with official courtesy Any Intervention by Germany In Nlcara guan affairs neither followed nor Is In tended Germany neither sought nor 0 I designs to seek a coaling station Rumors of Germanys Intention toward the Galapagos Islands are equally without foundation as are all sugges tions that tho German government has In any wise modified the cultiva tlon of friendly relations toward the i United States SHALE ROCK CASES ENDED i Verdicts of Not Guilty Are Ordered t by Judge Against Two Remain Ing Defendants j Chicago Verdicts of not guilty rr qMcGovernmer assistant city engineer werelsigned In Judge Albert C Barnes court Friday the jury acting In obedl ence to Instructions from the court By tho acquittal of the remaining de fendants In the Identical way In which City Engineer John Ericson and For G AWorksbeen eliminated from the case the trial for alleged conspiracy to defraud the city out of 4598420 In payments made for salerock extras In tho Lawrence avenue sewer case came to Itan abrupt end The statute of limitations has run a and there will be no more Indictments President of 3000000 CollegetBrunswick MoProf William T Foster of Bowdoln college has accept ed tho presidency of Rend Institute u v fcollege to bo built at Portland Ore from a fund given by Mrs Amunda Reed and now amounting to 3000000 Man Aged 104 Dies I RIpley Miss Mike Cox a native kie of Ireland said to be tho oldest man In tho south died here Thursday aged t ono hundred and four years He worked ns a farm hand until ho was one hundred years old w f IJ T At +taastw A LESSON ON FORGIVENESS SniJay School Lesson for Jail 31 1910 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper 182146Memory mentheir6HTIME otiThoughtMMntL 18 120 After tho return from tho Transfiguration scene when Jesus with his disciples were together in a house in Capernaum Jesus gave them I some practical teaching and training on how theyshould feel and act In a time of growing opposition from un godly men among whom thoy must live and work First of all they must tease ambi tious striving for place and honor They must fling away ambition by self1tkdid not overcome It their lives would be failures It also tended to awaken hard feelings between brethren Cut off your foot pluck out your eye If you must but hold on to tho spirit of the kingdom Tho second lesson was from their Heavenly Fathers seeking not to de strop thoso who hate and revile and disobey him but to give himself to seeking and saving tho lost S The third lesson was upon tho way spirittowardthem Peters Question and Jesus Answer Concerning the Duty of Forgiving En omiesVe 21 22 The Rabbis who had been the disciples teachers hlth nrto required an offender to go to the Injured party and obtain forgive ness by owning his fault but Jesus disciplesUIOwrongdoer that such humility and love might strengthen his own graces nnd win tho guilty one to contrition Maclarcn J This was a hard saying but by united prayer this spirit as well as every other blessing could bo ob tained Rut wrongs to others real or fancied are very common and Voter naturally asks how long ono must carry out this instruction toward those who keep on sinning and apparently repenting Jesus Illustrates Ills Teaching by a Parable Vs 2334 Contrasting tho debt sinful man owes to Cod with what any man wronging his fellow man owes to the ono he has Injured I If therefore God forgiven freely the certainlyITho Two Methods of Treating the Debtors 25 Commanded him to be sold and all that he bad So In Syria now when the debt grows 11ropInil they possess The same servant wont out From his kings pretence lie acted In the very heat of his own experience of re lease And found one of his fellow servants An Inferior officer Owed him an hundred pence When tho common translation of tho Bible was made tho pennies were all sliver copper pennies not being coined till 1797 Took hint by the throat Literally went to choking him Thus Llvy IV 63 relates how a difficulty hay log arisen between tho consul Valerius and ono Mcncnlus the tribunes put an end to the contest prisoneI G tho few who appealed And Cicero Pro Cluontlo XXI Lead him to the judgment seat with twisted neck collo obtorto Compare Cicero In- C Vcrrcm IV 10Vlncent Fell down at his feet I will pay theo all The very act and words he himself had so lately em played to his creditor And ho would not but went went away and cast him Into prison i lie had reasons In his own mind as 1 that tho man deserved the pun ishment 2 It was his own fault that he was In debt 3 it was not good for the community that such men go unpunished Rub not one of these did ho want applied to himself The Lesson in Dally LifeV 35 1 The Punishment of Those Who Refuse to Forgive Those Who InJuro Them So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you Tho torments must follow to you If yo from your hearts really and not merely In words forgive not every one his brother their trespasses Every such person Is go Ing in the straight road to the tor mentors There Is no greater torment than those conscience and the working out of the laws of nature and of spirit produce In order to make the way ol maybeobey and be saved- SENTENCB SERMONS Forgiveness Is mans deepest need and highest achievement tiushnoll Be yo therefore imitators of God as beloved children An unforgiving Christian is therefore a moral mon star An old Spanish writer says To return evil for good Is devilish to re turn good for good Is human but to return good for evil is Godlike Archbishop Whatcly I have known a man nurse the tins cockatrice egg of unforglveness till It bas burst Into the fiery serpent ol I crime Fnrrar 1 j Jr1 jj O MANY girls aru trying their S hands upon hat making at home that a few examples of those hats which are likely to be most success ful In the hands of the amateur are Interesting just now These are tho hats made of embroidery or lace or Swiss and batiste which have come to be a staple for midsummer and are known as lingerie hats New models this year show many fabrics which have not been used heretofore Fine dimities lawns and mills in fact any sheer pretty midsummer material such as are used for midsummer gowns Is considered available for tho lingerie hat Tho prettiest models show combinations of allover em broidery and the materials I have mentioned The safest designs for the amateur are those made of edgings of lace or embroidery either wide or narrow All tho hats are mado over wire frames which are first covered with very sheer mull or with chiffon This first covering Is either shirred over the frame or made Into a fitted casing for the brim and laid smoothly over the crown A scant ruftlo of wide PRETTY IDEA FOR DRESS I Allover piece embroidery and deep flouncing are used for this the piece embroidery is used for tho princess upper part the seams outlined by ins sertion the deep flounce Is gathered to a strip of Insertion that Is sewn to lower edge of princess part The collar and sleeve bands are of plain cambric The plaited frills of cam brie that finish the puffed sleeves are divided by ribbon Hat of white straw the brim slight Iy turned up In front a wreath of May blossom forms the trimming Materials required about 7 yards embroidery 18 Inches wide 3 yards flouncing about 6 yards insertion 1V5 yard ribbon 13 yard IPCO for edging collar Chnntecler and peasant Influence bolds good In the summer fashions both m color ant line Persian patterns are seen In cotton and silk crepes sometimes they form tho entire garment l edging Is laid about tho brim falling over tho edge about the depth of tho scallop In such a hat the crown Is made by sowing two rows of edging together and making a small puffed crown of them A band and bow of wldo ribbon and a cluster of familiar garden flowers finishes the hat which is quite as satisfactory when made at homo as when made elsewhere- If narrow edging of lace or em broidery Is used It Is sewed rowan row and quite often the under brim is faced with scant runes sewed in tho samo way Very sheer batiste or oth er embroidery Is often laid In a full double ruffle over the brim for girlish wearersyoTho lingerie hat by the way Is worn by maid and matron alike It has been called the baby hat be cause It was first made for little girls when they graduated out of bonnets and took on the dignity of hats built on a frame It Is durable and beautl ful and may be taken apart and the materials laundered Study the lin gene hat for like tho lingerie waist It has tome to stay JULIA BOTTOMLEY WEAR HAT IN HOT WEATHER Important for the Girl Who Has a Dislike for Hair of Different Shades Do you want streaked hair of 17 different shades when next autumn comes around f- It you do not you must make up your mind to wear a hat during the summerA you say Of course Did you ever know anything connected with keeping fresh that wasnt n botherAnd It Is not half as hard as spend ing time ntjd money later getting over the effects of sunburnt hair Too strong a dose of sun acts on the hair by drying natural oils In the scalp and then burning just as a hot flatiron scorches linen If It is Impossible for you to wear a hat oil must be rubbed regularly into the scalp to counteract this drying effectRemember that the most beautiful hair in the world comes from the peasant women of Brltany who keep their heads covered with their little white cops A Summer Coat- A simple but beautiful coat for wear over a lingerie gown in the summer evenings Is of black chiffon cut three quarter length and slashed at the Rides the slashings being connected by taffeta silk tabs The half sleeves are slashed and caught In tho same manner and In frontthe neck Is cut tasiselembroidered In a wave design Inthe silver The chiffon may be mounted over light taffeta silk and net may be substituted as the coat material This wrap may sound difficult to make but it Is not so and with the help of a lucky remnant or two tho expense will bo slight Irish Lace Collars With the return of warm weather the fashion has swerved back to Irish lace collars We will wear more of them this summer than for years The girl In her new suit has mostly Irish lace around the neck For this reason she wears a four Inch Irish lace collar around her coat and a four or six Inch one around her blouse which is collarless This collar dips down for an inch in front and Is finished with a plaited jabot of Irish taco and linen 1 t I I uumumumuumnummnmf JERUSALEM By Pastor Russell Brooklyn N Y- sttutiuuusnsnmsttmssussttsnmsttn I Comfort ye comfort ye my people ealth your Ood Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem nnd cry unto her that her Iniquity li pardoned for she hath re ceived of the lords hand double for all her sineisa 111 i Christendom with united voice ad wits that all of the divine revelation peopleApostle Paul What advantage then bath tho Jew Or what profit Is there of circumcision Much every way chiefly because that unto them wore committed the oracles of Godthe Divine message respecting tho Divine purposes present and to come The Apostle again Informs us that the en tire Gospel message was briefly com prehended In the Creators promise to Abraham In thy seed shall all the families of tho earth be blessed Gal atians III 8 It was the most natural thing Im aginable for the Jewish nation to sup pose that tho giving to them of the law at Mount Sinai through tine medl atorshlp of Moses was tho fulfillment of the promise to Abraham Nevertheless they were mistaken Israels mediator and the sacrificing priests and the sacrifices they offered and their Tabernacle with its holy and most holy and tho temple and all the features of the law Covenant were types or foreshadows of tho better sacrifices higher priesthood bet ter mediator and glorious blessings of eternal forgiveness and reconcilia tion yet to bo accomplished Never theless the period of Israels types was not wasted Not only were the types there given but at tho same tlmo a special class of agents were selected Abraham Isaac Jacob and all the prophets and worthy ones ol that age holy consecrated to God and accepted as agents qualified for the kingdom conditions Of these the scriptures declare They fell asleep They are still asleep In the dust ot the earth awaiting the glorious res urrection morning and a grand share then with Messiah In the work then to be accomplished In their lifetime they were styled the fathers because Messiah was fortold to be of the pos terity of Abraham and also Davids SonBut other scriptures without con tradicting these statements show us distinctly that Davids Son and Ab rahams Seed Is to be lord and fath enof both David and Abraham Thus we read Instead of thy fathers shall be thy children whom thou mayest make princes In all the earth Psalm xlv 16 Davids son Messiah will be Davids father or lifegiver when he will raise David from U e dead Similarly he will be the father of all of those ancient worthies and as Davids Lord and Lord of lords It will bo his pleasure to appoint the Abraham Isaac Jacob and all of the ancient worthies and gloriousgreat Messianic kingdom which he Is about to set up for the ruling and blessing of Israel and all the na tions of the earth Glance with mo at three different statements by the lord through the prophets of Israel respecting Israels double of experience The first an experience of Gods favor the second an experience of equal length without divine favor Turn now to Zechariahs prophecy and note that prophetically he takes his standpoint at the very time when tho second part of the double began His words are Even today do I declare that I will render double unto theo Zechariah Ix 12 Come next to our text and note that the prophet Isaiah stands with us and views the matter from tho standpoint that the double of experience has been fulfilled Speak com fortably unto Jerusalem cry unto her that her appointed time is accom plished because she hath received at the lords hands double two equal parts for her sins It Is our under standing that this double reached fulfillment In the year 1878 A Df and since that date we have been declar- Ing to the best of our ability as the lord gra ted opportunity these com forting words to Israel assuring Gods chosen people that their period of die favor has ended and that they are gradually returning to prosperity that divine favor began with them In 1878 Yea morn than this our sermons which to some extent reflect this feature of the divine program relating to Israels restoration to divine favor are being read to a considerable extent by Hebrews as well as by Christians their eyes are gradually opening al- the scriptures foretell they shall do Israels history as a nation began with the death of Jacob when ho gave his blessing to the 12 tribes The pe riod from that time to the death of Jesus according to the scriptures was 1845 years and a like period of disfavor measuring from the day of Jesus rejection marks the year 1878 as the end of Israels disfavor the time when the message of comfort should go forth However divine fa Nor was only gradually taken from Is reel and altogether a period of 36 years Intervene between the death of Jesus and the utter destruction ol Jerusalem Similarly we should ex pect that the return of favor would be gradual a like period of 36 years and this would bring us to the year 1914 as the time when Gods favor for his people will be publicly and openly manifested t rtet Isis Berea Colleges 1910 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Aspecial teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress j Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectured library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho rlght way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn i ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho 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 may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course aa fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary foa true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Derea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcrca in order that It may train young men and women faa lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Derea live in College buildings and 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 PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring BO 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 ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachersall our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term C in Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments aro as follows J Vocational Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee i 500 600 700 Room 560 C60 i 60 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 3050 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3107 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 9on SOP Amount due Jan 4 1911 i 2000 2101 2201 Board for C weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 90B 901 Total for term 2900 3000 3100 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 tOO 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 G75 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1U5 X1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 675 675 675I Total for term 2360 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 lion of a week Qn board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occa sIonedL by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the student frTheThe first day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 The first day ot Spring term is March 29 1911 For information or friendly advice write to the SecrWL1TI WILL Ce GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY V 1 tJ Ii r L I 4 Y 5 O J t p Everything in ItDRY GOODS NOTIONS LADIES AND I CHILDRENS WEAR rII 0 i j ifr J i I 4 y EIIFUICOYLEYou ar S ososororoeorororoora io oioroAoraeoAoroororoo o i Berea and Vicinity to S I o- o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- o000o000oo000o o aoooooororur reao II DR BEST IDENTISTCITY rnoxK IBS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky FOR SALE House and lot on Wal nut Street Cottage of five room well built nearly new For terms call on Mrs Llda Whylaud l The pastor of the Baptist church Rev W P winks will preach Sunday evening on the subject The Prodigal who did not return The District Conference of the t d Lexington District Methodist Eplsco tf pal Church will be held in Paint Lick Garrard County the second weak inAugustThe Sunday in August is to be known as Moving in Day for the Berea Baptist Church Dr W n Powell of Louisville will preach the sermon at eleven a m Every one invited to Inspect the Sunday school addition and hear the sermon Prof L V Dodge after a months trip in the North is back at his In Berea Prof Dodge can hard 1borne that we have had rain every day since ho left He reports almost none where he has dozIf11 Also other fixtures necessary to complete a shop I n H Chrlsman The Furniture Man T J Coyle formerly of County but now of Canada been visiting friends and 11Judge here since Commencement for his home O Bowman of thla years in the Hospital with typhoid foyer He Is said to be doing well Born to Mr and Mrs Clare Can flelda girl last Sunday the 17th This Is the float girl nail both father 1 and mother are happy r Baby John flower four days old whose mother had Just died and whose father is In the Railroad service a- tIParis was brought over to the Be rea Hospital on the fast train a week ago Sunday The little fellow devel 1 oiled measles soon after his arrival but Is now nearly well He Is likely to become the pet of the Hospital I lorce Mss Roberta Johnson of Barbour I vlllo Is visiting her sister Mrs J P Faulkner this week Mr C D Lindsley and family leave today for a six weeks vacation Their address will be 203 Decatur Street Corning N Y Mrs Hudson who Is sick at Chan tauqua fs reported to be improving rapidlyMiss Nannlo Faulkner of Darbour vlllo is visiting her uncle and aunt Prof and Mrs Faulkner Large building lot for sale on Pros pect Street Apply to W L Flanory Mrs Gilbert Wyatt has been visit ing with relatives at Lexington jlDontfail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimmings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand dont forget the chinaware at t l j j I r L jLmaf k IWANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top Mrs J S pricesIhospital In Cincinnati for a few weeks Is doing nicely and hopes to be home Thursday the 2Sth Mr Gamble nnd daughter Mary lelti Wednesday morning for Chicago where they will visit for a day or two with relatives They will then I go to Alexis 111 and spend Sunday with Mr Gambles parents Thursday they will join Mrs Gamble In Cincinnati Ohio and spend three weeks at Chautauqua N Y I Miss Flossie Shackleford who hug been in Mr Gambles office during I Miss Roesches absence left Monday for her home in Wolfe County j Lumber for sale Seven to ten thou sand feet I Jas Coylo Berea Ky I Mr F W Potter of Memphis Tenn left for his home Wednesday after 1101 few days visit with Mrs J B Bar ber and family I Mrs J W Colston sister of Mrs J B Barber left Monday to visit i her mother In Illinois I Mr O D Barber who was heretl for his brothers funeral has returned to his home in Indianapolis- R I I H Chrlsman Tho Furniture Man will retire your buggy with the I best Ht15 and 11iCMrs S R Baker was In Richmond for a couple of days last week to have her eyes treated Mss Mamie Hunt who has been twoIMrs Sam Isaacs and son Sherman of Valley View spent a part of lust week at tho home of Mr and Mrs J K BakertI Mr J F Dean was in Lexington on business for a part of last week I Misses Lillian Ambrose and May Harrison spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Llllle Chrlsman at her dI= near Speedwell were the guests at the first of the week of Mr and lIrsE M Spence i I Mss Barbara Jackson has been quit I ill for several days j Mrs Geo J McComas of Huntln ton W Va Is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs D G Martin at Boone Miss Ethel Duncan who has been visiting relatives at Paris Ky for tho past two weeks returned honeI Tuesday Misses Nina and Bertha King were In Richmond Thursday to nttned the Iliay As You Like It given at thei jpera house I 1 have fortythree good secondhand organs all makes and styles some good as now which I will rent or sell jn easy payments 11 H Chrisman I Mr G D Holliday was In Lexington Thursday and Friday of last week I Miss Daisy Sponce left Monday for a visit with her sister Mrs Brewer In RichmondiThe Institute for the teachers of this County which is being held at fllchmond this week Is being attend ed by a number of teachers from BoreaIMRS EARLYS JIi nk u m FLY TORMENT HOW TO PREVENT IT that are bitten and pestered all day by cows cant do their best You know that as 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 quitoesHow 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 fin ished spray 40 cents buys 5 gallons Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Mr and Mrs ti L Shdaoln returned this week from a short visit with Mr Shadolns relatives In Pulaski CountyMr Noah May is very successfully Mr Taylors class In the Union Sunday School Mr Jesse Murrell conducted a- very Interesting C E meeting at theIchurch last Sunday on Use of Letter Writing meeting next Sunday night will be led by Miss Louise Prey with thi subject A Life Lived With Christ The meeting will be held In front of Lincoln Hall If tho weather Is good I Miss Katheryn Johnson returned from a short visit at Lexington She will remain In iurea for tho rest of I the summer studying Miss Freda Roesche who has been a months vacation at her home In Carrolton returned to Bo rea at the first of the week to resume her work In Mr W C Gambles ofirice Her friend Miss Mary Golden accompanied her for a visit of several The Rev Howard Hudson will preach at the Union Church Sunday morningMiss Lowen left Saturday for an extended visit with relatives at SpeedwellMiss ettle Scrivner Is the guest this week of her aunt Mrs Dcttle Cosby In Richmond 11 C Woolf left Saturday for Sa lem Ky for a visit with relatives Mrs Woolf who has been visiting there for some time will return with himMiss Maggie Rutherford arrived Fri day from Cincinnati for a two or three weeks stay with home folks herePearl tho little Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J K Baker died last Tuesday at their home on Boone St Tho short funeral services which were held at tho Baptist church Wednesday afternoon wore conducted by Rev Wllki Interment followed In the Berea cemetory The bereaved family have the sympathy of their many friends Special for this week All lOc Canned Goods 3 for 25cts AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE FAREWELL PARTY A number of young people were very delightfully entertained on Friday evening at the Herndon home the occasion being a farewell part given by Julia U nnd Bettlo Moalj Herndon In honor of their vlsltln cousin Miss Glen Adams of El Past Texas who Is leaving tomorrow Rustic seats had been built anon the velvety lawn under the state maples dozens of Japanese Ian I terns sent out streams of soft tin led light among tho trees and nlong the drive giving n most pleasing effect Tho cordial hospitality of Mr and Mrs Herndon Is too well known to require mention Punch and other delicious refresh meats were daintily served Tho Inimitable John henry gave some humorous selections toy Dunn rendered seventh French harp solo I tho young ladles contributed plan music and joy overflowed even 10 time tripping of tho light fantastic for a few rounds It was an evening always to 00 remenitwrcd by nil who participated LIBRARY HOURS There Is a misunderstanding abou the owning of the Library durlnj tho summer some people having thi impression that It Is to be clogfi during August On the contrary an according to long established custon the Library is open at certain hour very day throughout the summer The schedule of opening hours Is w follows From 2 to 5 every day ex cepting Tuesday and Friday On th lIe two days It Is open In tho evening from 630 to 830 These evening hours are especially for the conven lance of those whoso work prevents their using the Library during the day COMBINATION SALE We will hold a combination sol ut tho curlier of Center and Mali streets In Uercii Ky on Saturday July 30 1910 at 2 p m to sell anything the people may have there to ell- i We have booked to sell ono goal buggy 1 goal surrey 1 good workhorse gentle to drive ono good sad die mare 6 years old with mare colt by side one mule colt ono good milch cow 7 years old with calf by Bide 2 weeks old one good milk cow 2 years old calf by side 2 months old giving 2V4 gallons per day W P Prewitt Auctioneer Berea Ky MOUNTAIN VIEW STOCK FARM Having decided to quit farming I offer for sale privately my farm of about 800 acres of tine blue grass land 10 miles south of Richmond four miles north of Berea and one mile east of Whites Station on the L N railroad This la 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 b good modern brick house metal roof eight large rooms besides laundry nnd cellars Three good stock barns three largo tobacco barns four tenement houses Brick too Beren Ky I Eldean Patent Flour 70c a bag cash a- tIwjTatums Fresh Groceries INorth Cor Main St KentuckyI ICRCAT YOU SCOTT IT I JJow is THE ten To BUY You COAL coon tg pt1N If you want to secure the lowest price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at on- ceHolliday m Co Phone 16 and 7 1 Berea Ky house buggy house poultry house wagon sheds corn cribs wood house and a number of smaller buildings There are two largo cisterns at back door Kitchen sink with pump in Kitchen Fine young orchard and good garden Tho farm Is newly fenced with heavy wire fence and locust posts around the entire place Tho Richmond and Berea turnpike bounds tho farm on the east and Silver Creek on the west Tho largo flouring mill of n L Potts Son IB only half mile away aflording a homo mar- I ket for all grain raised on the farm There are a number of never fall lag springs and a fino pond at the mule shed 10 feet deep And covering half acre of land There Are 1C lots lot from one to fifteen acres nearly I all with sheds and water In thom This Is ono of tho test Improved places iu the county IThis farm Is susceptible of divi ales and about 275 acres or more could be sold with the Improvements This farm Is especially ad apted to the dairy business and stock raising Tills farm can bo bought at n bargain and on easy terms and possession of a portion of It given the first of September and full possession given on Jan 1st JT 1911 This la a rare opportunity for a young active man who wants to mako monoy Come and see the farm or address tho owner- J W Herndon R D No1 Berea Ky Cut Prices on Mens and Boys Suits r For 1 5 Days I fJIA- i r 1000 Suits Cut to 798 I L l 1250 ff Tf 998 j f ff t 1198y- s f 1500J r I If j 1800 t y 1298rJ 2000 tj 1498 jr 2250 ft 1698 Come Early and Get First Choicer RHODUS C HAYES MAIN STREET The Quality StoreBEREA KY KENTUCKY8 e GLEANINGS IWHAT IS GOING ON IN SECTIONS OF 4 4 TIlE COMMONWEALTH XXVaXtXSWSVX9 BANK CHIEF EXPIRED W H Edinger Was Interested In Many Big Enterprises J Louisville KyAfter an Illness of two months W H Edinger aged 66 president of tho German Insuranco bank one of tho largest financial in stitutions of this city died at his resl dence of acute Indigestion Two months ago whllo seated at his desk at tho batik Mr Kdlnger collapnod He had been under medical care since but never rallied Mr Edlnger was a lifelong resident of Louisville and a prominent figure in local financial circles Fourteen years ago Mr EdInger was elected president of tho bank Since that time his financial operations had Increased until his interests In some of Ixnilsvlllos biggest enterprises were exceedingly largo Besides two brothers Mr Edlngor is survived by hIs wife who was Miss Barbara Peter one daughter Mrs William Richard and two sons Edwin and Walter Tho latter Is a wellI known actor who as a boy starred In tho title role of Mrs Burnetts play Lord Fauntlcroy FOR MILITARY INSTRUCTION Kentucky State Guard Officers Are Or dered to Ft Benjamin Harrison Frankfort KyAdJL Gen Johnston issued orders for the officers of tho Kentucky Stato Guards who will go to Ft Benjamin Harrison Ind July 17 to receive Instructions Tho fol lowing officers Will go LleuL Col Nelson J Edwards Covington MaJ John A Webb Capt George T How ard Capt William C Stair Capt James F Catron CapL Henry G Wad dell Capt J Frank Hazelrigg MaJ George T Smith CapL Low F Chap Than Capt Frank L Rutledge Capt George T Smith Col J Embry Allen MaJ C W Longmlro MaJ Henry II Donhart Capt Chastln W Hayncs Col Jouett Henry Maj Walter Pow ers MaJ Frank B Rub Capt John W Boston Capt James M Deweese CapL William Cave CapL W E Crutcber Capt Edward C Walker First LIouL Lester C Franks CORPORATION TAXES Government Received 19731638 From Fifth District Louisville At the close of business in tho local United States Internal revenue office at tho cuatom house all of the corporation taxes for the Fifth district of Kentucky had been col lectedThese taxes hare been collected from corporations In this district do log business during the calendar year of 1909 and amount to 19731638 This tax is collected by tho govern ment from corporations whoso earn- Ings during a single year show a not profit of 5000 or more The Internal revenue collections amounted to 46 94966 FAMOUS POOL SELLER Joseph T Burt Was a Prominent Fig ure Among Turfmen Louisville Ky Joseph T Burt known as Urcle Joe Burt and one of the most famous sellers of auction pools In Louisville In tho days when this cdjunct to tho turf flourished con stanlly died at his homo Burt was 06 years of age Back In the seventies and eighties when Louis ville was the undisputed turf center or tho United States Hurt was ono of tho chief figures in tho group of turfmen who conducted tho turf exchange and other Interests devoted to the race horse- CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT Louisville Ky August Ropke for many years assistant secretary of the Fidelity Trust Co and a wellknown financier of Louisville was arrested at his hotel charged with embezzlement of funds Ho was taken Into custody on a warrant taken out by John W Barr president of tho com pany Although the amount stated to havo been stolen is 6000 it is said the defalcation will be many times that much For moro than a week export book examiners of Chicago havo Wen quI- etly at work checking up Ropkos ac count with tho stated result that many peculations were found WAS ELECTED COLONEL b Winchester KyCapt Charles E Bush of thli city was elected colonel of the Second Regiment Uniform 1Rnnk Knights of Pythias for a term of four years to succeed Col Hyman of Lexington F B Lecromoot Ford was chosen lieutenant colonel C H Bowen of tills city will bo adjutant of the rtglnnnt Tho Second regiment Is composed of tho companies of Pitts burg Ford Winchester Jackson Paris Lexington and Cynthiana NEGRO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL Ohio College Purchase Realty In Kentucky for New College Lexington Ky Lexington is soon to have a large negro industrial school to train tho colorbd youth of both sexes In the practical trades and arts The conclusive steps In tho establish ment of this college hero were taken when President O L Murphy and Dr W H Stevenson acting for tho Be thesda Industrial college of Columbus 0 purchased of the trustees of tho Good Samaritan hospital the old hospital building In East Short street which they propose to convert Into the proposed school Tho price paid for tho property was 14000 and pos session Is to bo given at once I Kentucky Intelligence 1 FrankforL County Judgo Hleatt ape pointed A W Macklin live stock Inspector of Franklin county Franklin Arch Chatman an aged citizen of Franklin was stricken with paralysis and is in a critical condl LionOwensboroMrs M Raddlsh died of stomach trouble after a short illness She was 6G years old and leaves a husband and three children Paducah S D Penn city attorney of Bandana and a prominent poli tician of this end of tho state died suddenly hero He was 64 years old Carlisle Blue Bill Baker was shot and ncrlously injured by Wil liam Sears In a freoforall fight near here After the shooting Marlon Col ston was arrested for making threats against Sear- sLouisvilleThat John W Barr Jr president of tho Fidelity Trust Co was not requested to resign the presl dency but that ho voluntarily offered to tender his resignation immediately after lllo discovery of August Ropkes peculations is tho statement made by John Stltes chairman of the board of directors Frankfort Secretary of State Bmner having refused to accept tho amended articles of Incorporation of the Inman Furniture Co changing tho name of the company without paying the orisanlgatlon tax J R Dunn of Ixjulsvllle has given notice that ho will file suit If ho wins the state will lose thousands of dollars which it now collectsOwensboro The 25th anniversary of tho pastorate of tho Rev A T Me Connell of St Stephens Catholic church was celebrated by the mem bers of his congregation A solemn high mass was followed by a ban quet at tho Rudd hotel at which the priests were in attendance A recep lion was later held at tho homo of Father McConne- llFrankfortA trip to a ball game prevented warrants being Issued by Gov Wlllson for Oscar Pendleton and Graves Ponillcton wanted In Tennes see Gov Willson had received a requisition for the men from Gov Pat tvrson but ho went to the ball game end when he returned decided ho would not issue tho warrants It is al leged they violated pooling contracts Louisville Ralph Campbell was arrested as ho stepped from the gangplank of the steamer City ot Louisville of the Cincinnati Packet Co on which ho came to this city Campbell is alleged to have struck and killed Page limes an employe oJ the Louisville Nashvlllo railroad Ho was arrested on information re- ceIved from the detective department at Cincinnati Louisville In toe case of J 14 Keen against the Brotherhood of Rail road Conductors in which tho plain tiff asked that the organization be en I joined from ousting him from the chairmanship of the adjustment com mittee of that body now In session hero Judge Kirby of the circuit court refused to interfere saying the brotherhood has a right to adjust such matters The case Is now in the hands of tho committee and Keen must abide by the decision Frankfort The stale board of cdu cation fixed the bonds of the book com panics which will supply books to the county high schools Tho bonds range from 500 to 2000 The board also approved a course ot study for the rural schools and agreed upon a unl form diploma for county high school graduates which will admit holders to nil the colleges and universities with out examination FrankfortThe heaviest windstorm of tho year played havoc hero with chimneys shade trees and small buildings There was a stampede among the mules at work on the Cap itol grounds and they ran off string ing pieces of carts from South to North Frankfort The wind blow over a carriage occupied by a boy in front of tho Capitol but he was not Injured Several buildings were part ly unroofed Tho damage amounts to thousands of dollars Louisville Mrs Booker T Wash ington wife of tho noted negro edu cator spoko before a mass meeting of tho National Colored Womens as sedation Sho told of tho work that was being accomplished by tho col ored womens clubs of Alabama in ed ucating the delinquent negro children of ho state- Mtyflold Mrs Susan Darnell died in Marshall county after an illness of several months Sho was 60 years of ago and left a husband and several children Sho was a sister of Mrs J R Lemon wife of J R Lemon editor of tho Mayfield Messenger I M t l tJ+ t 41t tff 1 + fl+ l4+S ROUND ABOUT THE STATE 61 MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKYI ++ttot ++ ++1 +o REFORM IN BANKING Secretary of State Bruner Will Have Banks Examined Frankfort Ky Although there IB an absence of a law in Kentucky provid ing for tho examination of state banks Secretary of State Den L Bruner shocked by the reports coming Into him from some of the banks in Ken tucky has determined to use state bank inspectors and will have a good many of tho banks examined Ho will call for voluntary subscrip tions from the banks and be finds that there are a great many who are urging him to begin tho regular exam ination of the banks so that they can get some of the postal deposits Mr Bruner stated too that he did not Intend to charter another bank in Kentucky until he had personally made an examination of the condition of tho men who propose to officer tho banks v There have been five banks to fall since the legislature adjourned this spring He has Just completed the ex amination of tho bank of Ucnshnr and says that ho finds that one officer has borrowed as much as 22000 from the bank which has a capital of 15 000 when tho law states that he should have not borrowed more than 4500 HP proposes to upset somo big cal culations In bank circles in this state beforo he has examined many banks SCHOOLS ON UNIFORM BASIS Same Course of Study In Every School In State Frankfort Ky Rural schools of Kentucky are to be placed on a uni form basis and tho course of study will bo tho same In every school in the state This was determined upon at a meetings of the state board of education It was also determined to have a uniform certificate or dl ploma for tho high schools of the state and all diplomas in the future will bo issued by tho stato superintendent of public Instruction instead of by the county authorities The high schools have been standardized bul no provision had been made for issuing diplomas to the county high school graduates This was covered by tho action and the graduates of line county high schools will get the same diplomas as graduates of any other high schools The action of the boad of education in adopting a uniform couse of study fo the rural schools was the most Important action In some time as it means that tho schools of the state will teach the same thing no matter whether the school Is located in Hickman or Pike Mile NEW BRIDGE OVER OHIO Three Roads Join for Control of New Structure Txmlsvllle KyAn agreement whereby a new company is organized to control tho new bridge to be built in place of the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Cos present structure was filed in tho county clerks once by the Bal tlmoro Ohio tho Monon the South era and tho K I The agreement states that the three railroads have caused to bo acquired the property formerly owned by the K L and that a company has been organized to bo known as the Kentucky and In diana Bridge and Railroad Co to con duct the business over the now bridge Tho agreement will be effective for 99 years and authorizes the issuance of securities to tho extent of 10000 000 It Is provided that no other railroad except those controlling tho bridge under this agreement may usq the bridge except with the consent of five directors FEMALE HOLY ROLLER Too Much for Kentucky Officer and Posse Is Sworn In Georgetown KyDeputy Sheriff Mig Fleming was thwarted after having traveled almost to the Harrison county line to arrest Mrs John Reed en a charge of insanity Fleming claims that the woman and her husband resisted arrest and that the whole family whom hI says have become members of tho Holiness re liS Ion and are known as Holy Roll ers joined In tho affray The woman is alleged to have fired from the community a preanher of Muddy Ford throwing a water pitcher at him A posse and two deputies will attempt to arrest Mrs Reed Harrodsburg After being unable to speak for six years Mrs Sarah Prewitt who resides near Nevada in this county has just had her power of speech restored At tho time she lost her voice she had undergone a very severe attack of grip Shelbyvillo Con Sullivan 43 for mer city engineer died of lockjaw which developed from a rusty nail which penetrated his foot a week ago Ills condition was regarded as hopeless from the first and death was has tened by convulsions Just preceding the end t CHILD IS ATTACKEDI Negro Pursues Little Girl Harrodsburg I yAn unidentified white man attacked Mary Ashford a 12yearold child near Mundays land ing The child hud gone to the rural mall box several hundred yards from her home and tho man called to her lo come to him saying that he had something to tell her When she approached him ho attempted to outrage herThe child fought heroically and in the struggle all her clothing was torn from her body Her cries attracted a colored man who hurried toward the scene Seeing the negro approach ing the man Jumped the fence and escaped into the Kentucky river cliffs the negro firing three shots after him as he ran A posso is scouring the cliffs in search of the brute If captured he will be lynched WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC I Two Persons Held to Grand Jury for Promoting Delinquency Frankfort KyLeah Bell proprie tor of a resort and lames Collins a train butcher were presented in po lice court in connection with tho al leged white slave case recently un earthed by tho police when Miss Le tltia Wright a 19yearold girl of Bar bourvllle Ity came to the city on tho alleged request of the Bell woman After hearing the evidence Acting Judge Gocke held Leah Doll and Col lins over to the grand Jury under bond of 2000 on the charge of promoting delinquency of a female minor Leah Bell was held to the grand Jury on an additional charge of Keeping a disor derly houso and tho bond in this in stance was fixed at 200 HEID UP BY JAILER Ute of Court House Denied e Gov ernor and Mayor Frankfort KyGov WllllSOn and Mayor Iolsgrovo and 400 negro citi zens of Kentucky were refused tire uso of the court house by Jailer Mace Lu cas Its custodian for a public meet Ing to lie held under the auspices of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows ne- gro In Kentucky Coy Willson and Mayor Polngrove had been scheduled to deliver addresses of welcome to the visiting delegates Jailer Lucas is an old confederate soldier and gained a good deal of noto during the last campaign by haying on his card Mace Lucas candi date for Jailer Morgans old horse thief These credentials won him a victory of 600 votes The Commonwealth 1 Frankfort Gov Wilson reappointed Judge C R McDowell of Danville Democratic election commissioner for the state and appointed T J Blur play police Judge of Fancy Farm Hopkins county Ho also received a re- quisItion from the governor of Ohio csklng for the return of Abo Garrett wanted in Ohio on tho charge of nun derOwensboroJoseph Ij Blandford pleaded guilty to the charge of haying embezzled 15000 from the West Louisville bank a branch of tho Owensboro Banking Co and was sen tenced to two years and a half in tho penitentiary Blandford is the third bank official from Davless county to be sent to the penitentiary within tin past six months- Loulsvl11eMandamus proceedings to prevent the payment of 125 aq July salary to William J OConnor title attorney In the citys legal department were instituted by City At torney Clayton E Blakey in the name of the city of Louisville against Mayor W O Head City Comptroller- S M Wlllhlte City Auditor Adolph Scbmltt and William J OConnor Frankfort Tho officers of tho court of appeals elected to serve for tho next two years are James Smith Cyn thlana sergeant at arnis R W Check of Taylor county Claude Hazelrigg of Montgomery and S R Hopkins of Henderson assistant sergeant at arma Judge T R McBeath of Louisville court reporter and Miss Anna Nourse of Elizabethlown assistant court re potterJlendersonA deal was consum mated here in which the Corydon Coal Cos properties In this county were transferred to an Alabama syndicate acting under the firm name of tho Cahaba Coal Co tho president of tho company being R C Middleton of iJlrmlngham Ala This deal Involves in addition to the coal shaft and ap purtenants several thousand acres of coal rights in the immediate vicinity Henderson T bL Jenkins one of Hendersons most venerable and well known citizens died after an illness of only a few days He had been a resident of this city for 50 years and was for tho greater part of that tlmo busInessI 35 a wellknown farmer of the Whites Run neighborhood committed suicide by shooting He was ill of typhoid fever and it Is believed that his mind hail become unbalanced and in his de lirium he ended his life PnducahL H Downs a promt font business man of Frcdonla is dy- Ing at the Palmer house from a stroko of apoplexy Two physicians are at tending him but they have no hope for recovery His wife arrived to be at his bedside Downs formerly was connected with the Irvington Produce Co at Irvington REVIEW OF TRADE Hot Weather Helped Distribution of Merchandise In Some Lines and Retarded It In Others New Yorkn G Dun Cos week ly review of trade says Business In all its branches watts on the outcome of the years crops In tho meantime the leading Indus tries are experiencing something more than tho customary midsummer dull ness and curtailment of production and price concessions continue There is however an improved demand In footwear The hot weather has helped the distribution of merchandise In some lines and retarded it in others Retail trade as is pointed out bone of the largest mercantile houses in the United States is much bettor than wholesale trade which has been largely demoralized by the price sit nation This indicates a fair con sumption of merchandise making fot sound conditions at the bottom With the advent of fall a general awakening of interest is looked for In Iron and steel- Production of pig iron continues at a good rate but uncertairfty as tc prices is a deterrent influence and ao cumulated stocks have a depressing effectAdvices from the Plttsburg district indicate that the railroads are in somewhat urgent need of various forms of equipment and are expected to enter the market as active buyers before long while in most directions the structural trade gives promise ol a good future business Iron bars are only fairly active and prices are not firm but steel bars continue in good demand Tho outlook as regards the fuel situation hat slightly Improved and there has been some contracting for the last half al an advance of lOc to ICc over quota lions for spot coke Dry goods buyers are coming to thtI primary markets more freely and mans of them will attend the semi annua meeting of tho Wholesalers assocla tlon this week High cotton and low priced goods still force a very mate rial curtailment of production Some export trade was booked for China and Red Sea delivery at values based on 12c cotton and miscellaneous export trade holds steady The openings 01 mens wear lines for spring aro under way and the leading producers an showing their new styles Failures and Exports New York Bradstreets weekly re view says- Business failures in tho Unite States for the week ending July were 202 against 182 last week 206 I the same week of 1909 258 in 177 in 1907 and 188 in 1906 Buslnesi failures in Canada for the week numbered 24 which compares with 16 last week and 36 in the same week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending July 14 aggregated 1190 248 bush against 1563775 bush last week and 1468108 this week last year For the two weeks ending July 14 exports were 2754023 bush again 2880721 in the same period last year Corn exports for tho week are 94751 bush against 119072 last week an 100113 bush in 1909 For the twc weeks ending July 14 corn exports art 284829 bush against 147531 bush last year MARKETS Cincinnati Miscellaneous Poultry Heavy hens 14c roosten 9c spring chickens 144 Ibs and ovci 17c ducks 4 Ibs and over lOc turkeys 8 Ibs and over 17VjC toms 17c geese 6a7c EggsPrIme first X6Hc firsts 14c ordinary first 13c see onds 12c Butter Extras 30c first packingHarvest 3a350 brl transparents 350 a4 brl Beets 20c a dozen Beans CabbageKentucky50c al75 a hamper CurrantsS3 a crate Dewberries 3a325 a bu Huckleber ries 375al25 Parsley 20e a doz PotatoesHomegrown 2a210 brl Louisville 175al85 brl PeasNorth- ern I a bu Pepper Green J150a2 a Raspberriesmack275a3 a crate Rhubarb 15a20c a doz String Beans 75c a hamper Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 6a7 butcher steers extra Ca650 common to fait 32ia5 heifers good to choice 525u DS5 common to fair 53a5 cows extra 525a550 good to choice 450a525 canners 2a3 Bulls Bologna 4a450 extra 460a475 fat bulls 475a5EO Calves Extra 850 fair to good 650 HogsSelectedmixed packers 865aSSO stags 550a 650 extra 675 common to choice heavy fat sows 650a775 light ship pens 91 a923 pigs 110 Ibs ani less 9a925 Sheep Extra 385 Rotd to choice 310a375 common to fair 175 a3 mbsExtra 715a725 good to choice 575a710 common to fair 4a 550 yearlings 375a5 stock owes 4a 475 Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red 107HallO No 4 red Sla91c CornNo2 white 67a 674c No3 white 6Sc No 3 yellow 63 a04c No4 yellow C0a62c No2 mixed 64a64c No4 mixed 59a61c yellow ear 70a72c mixed ear 69a71c white ear 68a70c OatsNo 2 white 45a 451Jc standard white 44alRr No 4 white 40a43c No 2 mixed 41a42c No3 mixed 40 a41c UarleyNo 2 spring 72a74c No 3 No4 66a 70c RyeXo 2 80a83c No3 73a75c No4 65a72e Malt Spring barley 85 i90c low grade 85c t BISHOP BURGESS ON LIQUOR Saloon Is Greatest Enemy of Horns and Cause of Much of Our Do mettle Infelicity In a recent address before tho an dual Episcopal convention of the din ccso of Long Island held at Garden City the RL Rev Bishop Frederick IIfIt Is not because the church hates tho workIngman or his wife or his family but because tho saloon is the greatest enemy of the home because it moro than anything else accounts for the Fearful congestion of our cities where human beings have to herd at night like beasts because it sends the manfhome at night with no money in his pockets and with no sense of shameIwith cursed in his mouth and even in his heart Mako the blessing from tho saloon as great as you can and It will still remain that It is more responsible than anything else for domestic Infelicity and that its influence Is against that loveliest of human traits which Saint Paul taught and which the King James translators consciously or unconsciously rendered Into the noble rhythm Husbands love your wives and be not bitter against them- I believe that Christian people stand reasonably on the law A prom inent Judge on the Supremo court bench of New York said to me not long ago You cannot galvanize these old Sunday laws and put life Into them That is true if they are really dead A law dies the moment It ceases to accord with a strong minority of the people It is of no use keeping it on the statute books for all It does Is to become ono of the richest sources policement favors the open Sunday then by all means let us wipe out the law against it so that it may no longer confuse tho mind of the public- I think the attitude of Christian people in New York has greatly changed toward the Sunday and that our Sunday laws need restatement We no longer look at exercise or recrea Lion as wrong upon Sunday nor do wo constantly talk about the Sabbath we realize it is not an unholy sight to see a lot of young men playing ball on Sunday afternoon or riding or Christdknows totboIapprove of the opening of museums Iicbraries and the increased facilities for travel on the Lords day yet It will not approve of the opening of theaters or the exhibition ball the jThoother hand is in my opinion a mis take There should be one temper perkhapcities The introduction of one of tho ioealpoliticSIt arouses wrangling and leads often times to hard feelings which would have been avoided had the outlook been wider It brings each village clergyman into undue prominence and explaintoof habits or else be stamped in an un favorable way by their fellow citizens EMPLOYERS RULE ON DRINK British Corporation Issues Restriction to Employees During Spare Time and at Lunch It is becoming more and more evN dent that employers of labor are every where coming Into line In tho matter of demanding sobriety among their workmen and prohibiting their drink companysbusinessLions have recently been issued to tho employees of a great Gas Light and Coke company operating in the Me tropolls of Great Britain that they companysbusiness About 800 men are affected The heads of tho departments are called upon to see that the injunction Is scrupulously observed It is pointed out that it was issued in the best Interests of the men as well as with a view to maintaining the companys sparetlmomany of whom were accustomed to resort to tho public houses In tho vicinity during such time Russians Banish Vodka The rations of the Russian soldiers have hitherto Included a certain quan tity of vodka distributed after mano euvres parades regimental celebra Lions and other special occasions Dis patches state that the Military coun oil has now decided to replace tho vodka allowance by light wine beer or an Improved quality ot food ac cording to climatic and other condi tions The sale of vodka ant other spirituous liquors will be prohibited at the canteens and in general whether in tlmo of pence or war the sot fortmedicinal 1u l o1i0 You Get Nowhere Else 0 IINews nameopublished nnleu signed In full by the writer The 8bnot for publication tilt ai as etldtnte cf toed faith Write plainly g Oil0il0il0il0A0il0ilOSe0110i10i10ie0ttOtt0it011p OAOAOAOAOAOIe0A0A0A0AJACKSON ANXVILIK Annvllle July ISMrS Hiram In gram has been gone to Hamilton to i nlslt her SOil for tho last two weeks Mr S Max Nelson spent Sunday In McKce Mr J H Short called ou the merchants here today and he and Mr Walter Mcdlock have gone on tt drumming trip this WOOIIlr 1Yani W King and his brotherinlaw W- Ieneslr from Bristol Totm hay f to Hydun on business Mm I Jessie King Is visiting her grand Mr and Mrs E Penning 1IlIrent9a few daysMr 1hee Hell visiting In Annvlllo Sunda afternoon and attended Christian But rteavor service Sunday nlghtI Wm A Worthington preached at Green Hill church Sunday afternoon KVKKGHKU- NHvorgreon July 11Crops are fins I In this country Owing to so much rain fanmtrs are not done plowing t lien Gabbard and Amos McColluni left for Indiana to make their future Drew killed a large c pi t which had crawled t JhomeAlex School began here to will teach at Pine ear We are glad to have 1 such a good teacher Mr and Mrs Henry Conilw of Iteroa have Iran her visiting Mr Kdwnrd Lake for tile 4Ilast wMkfr T A Campbell Is building a nloe dwelling hauto which will add greatly to his convenience KKItHV ttNOu- I i1erby Knob July liTho RoC filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Baptismal services were hold Sunday morning Our school has been Ins j session since July 4th with Miss Urn ma Garrett as teacher Born at tho home of Mr and Mrs Walter Williams July 6th a nneglr1lr Wit hams has Leon quite slckon ac- count of so much rain people are pot thru laying by cornoat crops are Y good and now ready for harvesting but It Is feared they will be damaged by so much wet weatherour Sunda school will bo held on the Durham Rldgo for the remainder of this quar terMr Frank Hatfleld Is quite ill and has had a third operation per formed for appendicitis 11ILiIli1Tl y Prlvett July 1GIt has been rain Ing for the last twelve days and peo ple have ahnobt given up their corn cropsWheut is seriously damaged Mrs Blllie Smith Nancy Culton and son Charllfhave returned frost Ohio to Mr BrocK and Mr Hoary from Mudison County have been In our country this weotc buying cattle and paying fair prices It looks as If cattle prices aro taking another rise again Blackberries ana utmost a failure this year They nw telling at ten cents a gallon and there lire hardly six gallons to the family f IIUHLB Hurley July 17Thum is a bt 0 tide In Indian Greek today Miss 1 Maggie McCollum has boon viiltlng her brother George for the past week t Mr John Fowler was In this port last week on business Mr W M Baker of Clay County visited at Nel- I Gabbards Friday nightMr IlolitI Callahan Is building a house on his 1 plaoe for his mother Meesrs Dave and Georgo Gabbard are going Into Icarpenter work on Horso Lick Mrs Lizzie McCollum Is very poorly Mr John McCollum vU C ited at South Fork Sunday night One week of our school has pawU und we think that we have a line 1teacherOur Sunday school at this nicely with Mrs York our school teacher as superin tendent Mr Dennie Johnson went I to Loam Sunday UUKKMIAM Greenhall July 18 Charley Cecil I of Travelers Rest sold to Chas Smith of Egypt the J D Ilerson farm Mr Smith will move to this farm in the near future and put in one of the most rip to dato stock of goods in tho county He is now in the goods business and has been for several yearn at Egypt Levl Crouch visited relatives at Strlngtown the past week 1 We have had a good rain every day In July but two the ground being too wet to plow all the time Corn crops are looking well but have not been worked good Oats are better than they hove been in several years IAItltOT Parrot July 17 Farmers are be hind with their crops on account of BO much wet weatherMr Phee lid lard and sister Eliza attended church at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs R M Robinson of Peoples visited Mr and Mrs Blllie Adklson Sunday School began at the mouth of Pond Creek July 18 with Mr Chas David son as teacherMr and Mrs Levi Gabbard and daughter Eva visited 1Mrs Gabbards mother of Middle Fork Sunday Miss Nora E Price be f J jji gnn hor school July lSthMr an Mrs Oscar Cornelius visited Mr nnll Mrs J G Nichols Saturday nlght Mr and Mrs Stephen Gabbard hay returned from Hamilton Ohio Hur rah for Don C Edwards for congressman j SAND OAr Sand Gap July 1owlng to the wet weather people of this vicinity are behind with their workCrop of all kinds arc looking fineSun-I day school at this place Is progress ing nicely The Rev P Hacker fit led his regular appointment at Kerb Knob Saturday and Sunday Schoo i began at this place tho eleventh Ins with J G Durham as teacher C S Durham of Happy Heights was thru here surveying land lust woek County Attornoy C P Moore pusso thru our vicinity SaturdayC Jt Baker merchant at Foxtowii wont thru hero twit week going to Boreix 011 business Mr and Mrs Mack Me- Kiney and little son Earl of happy Heights have been visiting Mrs Me Klneys fattier Dlllard Durham ol this IIlacolr and Mrs Alltn Clem mons are visiting relatives at Kerb Knob Maggie Durham begun her school at Foxtown last MondayEd wards Is gaining votes ovary day In this neighborhood NATIIANTOX Nathnnton July SMIl Louisa Tluchor is visiting G W Tlncher tills week Sovornl from this place are planning on attending the association at RocK Spring Tho congress ionnl race between D C Edwards and Caleb Powers Is getting very warm In this partJ F Tlo ther Is planning on going to Ohio In near future School begins at tide place July 18th with Wm Cope ni teacher July 7 was tile largest tide Big Sturgeon has had for several oorslrs Robert Wilson Is recov ering Georgo Tlncher has got his furniture in and seems to like it fine MADISON COUNTY UK 11111 Big Hill July 18 Sunday school at this place Is held at 930 a m Everybody welcome Preaching at T J McKeehans next Saturday night Crops are looking fine considering the many ralnsIr S C Carrlor and family spent Sunday last with the Roy R L Ambrose Mr Sherman Collins and wife and Mrs Ed Hazelwood are visiting Mr J Reeve this week Oat crops are looking fine hereRouben Gabbard and wife visited Mrs Kate Greens Sunday Mr Dan Skinner Wife and daughter Sollle spent Sunday at Mr John Mc Houcs Miss Stella Abrams and Mag gie spent Sunday evening with Lucy Hayes Mrs Joe fleece visited rela Lives at Pauola and Richmond last weokIrs McNorva Richardson li err sick l alRYits Dreyfus July 28Miss Maud Plot her of Clay County who has been iislting relatives here returned to her home Saturday Mr and Mrs Jno Blcknell of Korby Knob visited Mr ind Mrs Column Kindred Mrs Liz ito Kimberlain made n Uuslness trip to Richmond Tuesday Mr and Mrs lames Gentry visited Mr and Mrs Charles Davis at Beattyvlllo this weekMr anti Mrs 1otnr Galns + r if Boron Were hero recently MSw America Klmbflrlaln will leave tomorrow for Lexington YobTho Rev Uinsford mad a business trip to Kerby Knob Tuesday riic Methodist ire holding 0110 of the bOlt vevlvala that has ever been known in tills vlclnUylIIr Bert Lunsford Is erect HE a new blacksmith shop I KINGSTON I Kingston July 19 News has lust reached hero from henry County 9f the marriage of Mr Willie Powell I to Miss Myrtle GarrVtte Mr Powell Is the oldest son of Mr and MM Abe Powell formerly of this place nd Miss Gariette Is one of the moat mndsome young Idalcs of that County Tho people of this community send lest wishes to the young couple Miss Susie Flanery of Berea is the liuest of Miss Ora and Ethel Flanery this week Miss Sarah Rucker of Richmond spent the last of the week with Miss Margaret CrookeMr and I Mrs Jim Gilmore are rejoicing over i the arrival of a glrlour school began last Monday with Miss Tempest Terrlll as teacher Mr Walker Flan ery and sister Bertha of Lancaster visited at tho home of Curt Parks I last wlOkWo have had BO much rain here tho farmers are very much behind with their cropb Brothers Combs and Vanderpool are conduct Ing a Methodist meeting hero this week Mrs Geo Sparks of Dreyfus visited relatives hero the first of tho week Mrs G W Moody is visiting relatives at Paint Lick this week Miss Neva Rena of Louisville camo Saturday to spend a few days with Ora Daniels Mrs Ellen Powell and daughter Martha were In Richmond Monday on business qISlitll RILVKlt OIiE tit Silver Creek July 17Grolls In this section are looking well consider ing so much rainMr Jack Johnson an aged citizen died last Thursday and was laid to rest near this place To tho relatives and dear friends w would say weep not for ho has fough a good fight nut Is now crownet with tho glory of GolllIss Minnie Lake who is teaching school non Big Hill passed thru enrouto to via It homo folks and attend tho Instl trite at Richmond Mlllard Klndrei lof Dreyfus passed thru enrouto to Boron Sunday Jlr Wllllo Pulllns of Conway visited Mr and Mrs W it- i Lake Sunday Mr Caleb Johnson hall a fine mule to die recently School began at this place last Monday with Mrs Mattie VanWlnkle all teacher Miss Magglo Anderson visited Miw Nora Harris Sunday Mr Houutoi Turpin is visiting Mr W A Johnson Ike Johnson who has been work Ing at Wlldlo has returned home Miss Katherine S Lake was In our midst Friday NED MCHOKE Mr Nod McHono Tho Citizens pc pulnr and well known agent Is now out canvassing and doing a goners business for The Citizen Ho will be glad to receive money for old sub Borlptions and also for renewals tc the paper When ho visits your com munlty call on him and have stalk with him If there Is any mlsunderutandin ns to your subscription or any other matter ho will have It straightened out for you We aro well please with the work dorm by Mr Mellon in the past and hope that ho may make runny friends and meet with equal success on this trip LESLIE COUNTY YDEN CITIZENS BANK Hyden Ky We loa general banking bu8liw and solicit accounts of inns and individuals thruout eastern Kentucky Wo are stekfng new business and N are prepared to take care of It A B Eversole Pros T a Lewis Vice Pros Thos L Gabbard Cashier II 11Tox Helton July 11Mr and Mrs H C Farley lost their little baby It was only 13 or 14 months oldDorn to Mr and Mrs Alex Nantz a fine glrlUorn to Mr und Sire Blllie SIzomore a tine glrlA large crowd attended meeting on Big Branch Sun day Beach Fork school will begin July IS with Laura Morgan asteachei W L Morgan of Hosklnton was at tending R L Wilsons tho latter part of last week Bottle Wilson vlslt td her grand father the first of the weokMrs Lydia Gross is visiting home folks this week II111IHyden July 1GJudge L D Lewis add wife are In Wayne County this week The Judge is holding a special tarn of Circuit Court at Montlcollo Mr R B Roberts tho hustling Co Yttorney of this County Is having anew fence erected around the Public Square this week A great Janof he schools began on tho lltli of this month The attendance fbr the weed was very tow The writer was Inform Hi by a teacher touching u school of 133 pupils that ho only had six prM ent This shows how much more in reet the parents take In their corn than in tholr children Shsm on tha nun who KOCIM his child out lit ichool to din around a stalk of corn titer school logins On July let all Mtrons should be ready to send heir children to school Ir- H 11 Brook Is back home after a wo weeks danvasa in U 9 western and of the llth Congressional Dlj rlct in the Interest of Caleb Potvera His address at Montlcollo was nttoirl ad by S50 votes besides women and hlldron wlu cheered tho speaker ns- he wont over tho Issue of the oonw tignMr Thomas L Gabbard baa old out his bank stock In tile Hyden Citizens Banit and will resign his losltlnn as cashier Ho will take shargo of a bank In Florida Mr W S Eversolo will take his place rt- 9ashlorMr D B Pace has purchase a lot in Hyden on Main Street and vlll erect a hotel on same The cou ilderatlon was 1300 IIJIY Dims July 18Cotn crops look well at this place Lloyd Howard line been sick for the past weekSchool- s progressing nicely at this plaw Miss Slnda Hoskins is teacher Mr lohn D Howard has been visiting nt Hugh Morgans for the last few lays Powers Is In the lead in this ounty In the congressional raH So new cases of smallpox have OOil reported for the last week 100 Reward 100 The reader of thin paper will be pleated tc learn that there la at rat one dreaded dlneai that Kience hal been able to cure In all III ita pea and that U Catarrh Haifa Catarrh Cure h the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional ill ease require a cotutltutlonal treatment I tall a CatarrH lure in taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and niucou auracra of the a stem thereby destroying the foundation of the dltease and the ilrenRth by bulldlnKUpthecoiltitutionandaMiiitlneiiaturinave much faith In III curative power that they ode One Hundred Dollar for case that to cure aendorliatorleallrnonialsA- ddreea P J CIIKNNY ft CO Toledo O Sold bv all 75C Take 1raJlslallilly Pills for con llpatloo I btt ICLAY COUNTY somo 40 sewing machines can bo bought fOI 25 Inside of 30 days WO alto wish to call your atton tlon to our grocery line We have meal for 125 per bushel You will find our prices on all groceries lower than elsewhere Call and se Slasher Bros Store nt mouth of Jacks Creek i ID S SlURhor Manager IIUIOIITHIIAD- iBrlghtshade July JGCIO1s Atoe looking well in tide section of tho rountry Mr Frank Boston vslti this place on business Tho rogula church meeting takes place at th Mud Lick church July 1C and 17th Public School begun at this plac July 11th with Mr Floyd Wagers t- oleacherMr Honey Mills vlsUe Manchester last Monday Born to Ir and Mrs Anderson Snmllwood Jr n fine girl HOOKIMt Hooker July 11Ve are havln un nbundanco of rain toad crops ioN locking well A largo crowd attends church at Hooker school house lac Saturday and Sunday On Saturday church was orgttnlzud and named tllt United Bnptlut church Mt Levl Dow ling returned to this placo from Haml ton Ohio with his small child wh dlod there It is to te buriwl in th family grave yard Wi5 extend ou sympathy to tho grieving relatlvt Mr W L Muncy is still Improv ing slowly Mlis Florence Burehel Is Mpcctfltl to begin her school Moss day the lltk bnt few are ready to attend for a vrhlle Tho Rev flat Phllphot will preach at the Hook i ichool house Saturday end Sunday ulHn Dory July 13Mrs Mary Spars paved thru here this week Born tc Mrs Maggie Ray n flue boyMr Jests Spark of Lexington I visit ing bents folk at iHenent Mr II Buroh and wife visited Kll SlngletiHM Saturday ami Sunday Mr Ilnrann fildgleton made n frog trip to Ida may lat ee kMies Stella IK anti Willie Murray visited friends nt Cool Spring Sunday Mr 11 B Singleton fcas bought a fine graiihophonp lr David Allen will begin school at Cradle flow Monday Miss Fnnnic Gibson visited her grandfather Sun dnyMr GrtMil aid Bertie Singleton visited at Mr W M Byrds Sunday Miss Jessie Brewster visited her gran mother last wokMr Joss Allan ol Tflgcs got his house burnt last Su- nday4t largo crowd attended church ut Sadlor last Sunday and two were IrabtlzPd There win bo church nl Ells Branch Sunday IIcamAlger July Illt has been so rulnj that all the farmers are very much behind with their workMr Prank Allen preached at Daid Bowman Friday night Miss Molllo Allen of i Tuges visited Callle Wuods Friday Saturday and SundayMr Jas Kelle passed thru here Monday Mrs Martha Bowman visited her daughter Mrs Sophia Sandlln Saturday and S- udeyEr C C Clark and wife from Vine vlited Mr Clark sister Mrs Maud Clark Saturday und Sunday Kr ifarton Hounehell and wife pass ed thru here Satunlny evening going to Mr Robert Clarks Mrs Rachil Spenee Is no better Mit Ollle Browi will bnhl her school at Cool Sprhpc tho 11th ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CON WAY Conway July 18Mr S S Dalley has returned from a trip to Fact Bornstadt where she line been visit ing hor daughter Mr Frank Coyle and wife and Mr Oscar Hayes of He rat visited hero Sunday with Mrs Win Hayes Mr Ulmer Wlllains Is not very wullC Bowman Is uomc batter Mr Sam Dalley of Oklahoma Is visiting his parents at title place Jasper Anderson left Sunday for Boondvllle H H Dalley line had many boarders the past wook Schoo began at this place July IS with Mr J 11 Bowman as tencherv Mr Jim Brooks is moving his mill from tits pluco to Copper Creek Mr Skid I Bowman made a business trip to Rockford SundayJ II Bowman at tended tho Institute at Mt Vernon HIM NK Boone July 18Mrs Jas Grant visited Mrs Mottle Godd near R- ockPVOE U- YWOOLi HIDESANDRUR BeLlkakrs 4 Wt tie M letter to pa tin atestr K cemoiufa nediitt Rcltreict 117 trek U LniiTille We fuibk Wool Bm Fin ti ou stiffen Write far ftu list 1K sABFL lSONS r Vwfc4 Losinillt I DONT GET RUN DOWN DiadIago of Mother Oraya AUSTltA LIANtKAPTth ruant betb care Itnever falli Websvem Umonlala from people who have used orgaalwAsklforMolheronyeAuaatrsllnLeal at or Yang ddrcMTbo Mother Gray Co LeRoy Ny 1 1 ford Sunday Miss Bottle 1oyntor of I this Place is teaching near Clear Crcok Mary Levett has been sick but is somo butter Mr and MrsI Lee Wren of Clear Creek visited ro lathes near this place Sunday Mr W K Grant railroad employee ol I Winchester was In this vicinity a few days last week Wllllo Coyli of Rockford visited friends and re lativcs hero Saturday and Sunday I Mr A D Wren made n business trip to Madison County ono day last ylsIM 1oyntor and K L Knuckles railroad employees of Llvlngood visited homo folks hero Saturday and Sunday OUIANDOo Orlando July ISIrs Jack Mu tins Is very low with fever Mr Wit Ho McNow line returned homo from Oklahoma where ho has been for a short tlmlIr Thomson was In Orlando Friday on business Mrs ltoh Nosbltt was In Orlando Iuesday m business Mr Jim Miller hue beer very sick for u few days but Is bet torMlsa Mlnnlo Scott wns In Mill line Station on business Monday Crops are tooling flno owing to tin wet wenthorllr J A Wood of Con wny was in Orlando on buflness Thovlnfnnt of Mr and Mrs Mat Me New Is very sic- kGARRARD COUNTY PAINT IIUKi- 1nlntI LleU July 1G1The Itov Tus my prflnchod at howl Green ohurcl Sunday July 10th at 9 oolook The largest crowd for some time was out to hear him Ho also prcaahed Sunday morning and night at Wnllitcos ilmiMl Curt Holland who lies boon working for State llalcomb has gone wok to Fordn Sam Udvn who tan been sick so long Is some hit terMr John Cade Who line JMWII In Oklahoma for the pant threo montrta returned July SCorn is worth froiu l0 to 400 per barrel Hoys 000 to 1000 Igor huiidrml Miss Lucy Cade entoi talned quit a number of her friends at her home Init Friday night All had a dollfihtful time Unolo Tom Ballard died at tile home Saturday July 1G Ho leaven n wife nnd two chlldion who hnvo tho sympathy of the entire community OWSLEY COUNTY VINCUNT Vincent July 19Mr Isaac Car mack of Blake was the guest of W H Tenable last Thursday Corn crops In this sectlonn uro looking prosperous lUll promise a full cro- PJrho wheat crops thruout this viol nity are reported to bo the bt known for yentaW U Tenable was nt Heidelberg lust Thursday on bail nessMrs Brown Bowiuun Is still very voorlyT B Vonablo nnd lln fus Jackson wore nt Beattyvlllo a day or two last week ou rwilostato busi aossTho X Roads babebuil nine played the Vincent boys a match panic last Sunday The scum stand ing 12 to 20 In favor of the Vincent tnom Brown Bowman was over at Boonevllle Saturday on temporary buslnoM Hogs and oattle an sama thruout this section and prlotts mire higher than has been known for ywira The oongresilonal race In becoming very warm thru this section but from nil prospect Iowera will carry Owe ley County by one of DM blgyt majorities that any man over got In this County Sunday school at Via tout every Sunday at 110 po ra4Mr Dan Gallagher of tills pleas has Just returned from a weeks visit with friends and relatives In and around Bonttyvlll Sticcew to Mr Fnulk nor our now editor ur1mowN Rlcetown July IGrORts art being harvoeted also hay lu being cut but tho people are going slow on account of so much ruin Several ot our farm ers are not yot done laying by their corn crops Morodlth Reynolds of 1Eversolo 1lotA Gabbard and Allen Davidson wont to Irvine ono day last week on busy ness Msses Nancy acid Rebecca MeIIntosh spent Sunday with Lucy Gab bardMessrs James R Gabbard and Henry Barrett spent Saturday und Sunday with friends and ralaltvua at Buckhorn Tho Rev Frank DoWitt 1II are teaching school at Grassy lucl1sIf I Davidson Is nsslBtnnt Floyd will teach school at tho Lower school V Ion Indian Creek Will begin tine IS I W Huff was at Duckhorn Saturday I and Sunday I Tltt111ILEltn IOST Travelers Rest July 1C Owing to tho continued rains pcoplo nro got Ing far Ixthlml with their work In this vleinltySunday school nt tho Irtt bytorlnn church at 2 oclock p m cvory Sunday Born to the wlfo of Stint A Cnuilill a fine baby boy on July 13th The Grays achieved nn othor victory ovor tho Crocs Roads nine Sunday Score 30 to 13Misses Haiti and Mettle Cuiulcll from Stan ton wore 1 lUiiK frlehds nod relatives at t1t1e plnM last weekMrs Scary Jolimwn of Kvclyn Is visiting her I rather Mr M Usher lisle wePk11t folloKlng schools Imgnit Mfludny July lltb Trawlers test District S i- aulell I t oaehfi Moore School A 1 CrHcb Umehr Big SprttiR li trlct S P Ccuidell teciclierI ESTILL COUNTY ITtTiN 0111t- tntloll Camp July I1Also Kau Hayiira of lirwklnrlilge County Ky It tWting her purontfl Mr and Mrs J le Kelley of Vagorallto and other relatives and bloods of Wng r vlllo and Station Cnniji Mrs Joe Inrk of BMttUrllle Is visiting her dauglU Mre Cub lUBe and family of Iter CnrnpA number of lleolJe Dug Hill KHtlll Counlr attended cbtirrh at Station Canal satlayrA I prntmeted mefltlng at Station Camp I church will oommonco on the second Sunday the Hth of Aug It will be conducted by the Rev Anthony of Irvine livery one InvitedD M Click of Korby Knots visited C H Click and family froth Friday until Sun day laet John Sparks of West Va t Who recently carne to Ida IIrothlraJas of Station Camp In 111 I IB Improving a little Mm Jane I Ilratchrr of Kerby Knob visited rel RUns on Station Camp last week LAUREL COUNTY HOMIAM- HoHlmm July 8The rvgitlar meet COIHO There u muoh tale In th tI part of tho Congees taco between D C Bdwiinla and Mr Iowwrs Mr M wards seems to be In the lead Tli w area few In this nelgtiborhood for Mr lowers Wheat crops In title I neighborhood look flueOld yract r Tompleton who has haunt kick so low Is slowly ImprovlnK Mr K Cetiham a IB lnrlnlC to go to Illlnoto neat fall + PERRY COUNTY mIzt ills Hnanrd Jul 17 Married July 5J B C Cornett of this plncn and Bell OabUml of lluekliorii both tuarhPii Our best wishes go with IhJnII rrV Coupe Ifwrllttt rrldajr from I trolt Sikh where he luw been looking after some land contraeU Thnro Is an epliieinte among the oJtlUlren at our town but the doctors are hot Bgrcod ns to whether it rs nearlet fever or Hurnmn mensles B U Brash tier uric been nick fol tho l alt week Austin nml Martha Fields tact week bought out the general store ol Camp bull nnd Baker Thoro are many ICoMtlnnnl nn fifth pass 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 I Now Is the time to get bargains Dont wait till after the sale Come at once and get first choice STOE ATaMOUTH OF FLAT C EEK J R STEWART Spring Creek Kentucky 7- L 1