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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOKIMHIATKIIJ J P FAULKNER Manager Enlerol at the Pottfffict at lltrta Ky at irnnd malterI THE CITlZENDevoted the Znterests the Mountain People Vol XII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY AUGUST 4 1010 One Dollar a year No 0 IF YOU HAVE NEVER Worn garments from shop we urge you to investigate their merits You cannot do yourself a favor than to learn whatI ecorrectly fitted clothes feel like and be able to note what a difference they will make in your appearance When you wear them you will real ize how much goodness is where you cant see it The fine materials and tailoring which are the foundation of all FRIEND MADE CLOTHES keep them in shape until they are worn threadbare guarantee relieves you of every element of risk R R COYLE Berea Kentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK John G Carlisle dies In New York Vatican in Trouble Change In Taftt PlansOhio Conventlon Tennessee In Throes Wlreleti Aids Detectives BHKAK lIbWRRN SPAIN AND TilE VATICAN Spain almost tho Inst of tho faithful natlone tins rnI contly bccomo restive under Catholic domination from Rome Tho now Spanish mlnUter Cunolejai has born endeavoring to treat with tho Vatican authdrltlos looking to a more liberal attitude toward nonCatholic organizations Ills efforts havo prov ed futllo It scums and tho Spanish envoy to tho Holy Sea has been re called Spain Is simply following InI tho footsteps ot Franco and It Is to bo haled that sho as a nation will Ultimately escape religious thrnllI ilomTAFT CANCELS ENGAGEMENTS President Taft has cancelled all of his trips and engagements to spoak for the Summer and Fall Tho reason given Is that tho executive business that Is piling up will demand nil of j his time until November It Is an I nounced that ho will visit Panama three weeks In November There may be enough work to keep the president at homo but It Is thought that I his decision neither to travel nor to speak Is duo to tho trend of politi cal affairs since It follows BO closely upon his announcement that tho e president should not engage In poli tics and that his speeches should not be partisan PINCHOT FOR GOVERNOR Gif ford Plnchot Mr Roosevelts chief forester Is being boosted by his many friends for tho governorship of Now York and ExPresldont Roosovolt has been askid to support his candl dacy All that can bo said that Roosovolt seems to bo InterestedI but ho carefully avoids any state ments that would commit him to any candidates Between Loeb and Pln chat as possible candidates If a Republican Is to be elected it would seem tho would not fall Into bad handsIj BROWSE ON TRIAL AGAINLee ONoll Browne Democratic minority I loader of tho Illinois legislature faces trial for a second time on the chargo of having bribed fellowmembers tho legislature to voto for atI Lorimer for tho U S Senate will bo remembered that tho Jury In tho former trial after being out 115 hours failed to agree GUTHRIE THE CAPITAL Tho recent fight In Oklahoma between Guthrlo and Oklahoma City as toIwhich should be the state capital been decided In favor of Guthrlo b1Ithe Supremo Court of the This decision however Is contingent upon the legality of tho recent t election which Is yet to be determin ed by tho court All the state offi cers except tlm governor tho courts decision says must return to Guth rie but the governor may GO ho pleases provided his wberoI purport to come from GuthrleiContinued on fourth page l to of our IN OLE FERGINNY Prof Robertsons Second Letter On the C O to RichmondIn teresting Sights on the WayDe scription of the City Again Li brary and Archives Chief Attrac tion Important Historical References n Richmond Va July 30 ltO Kdltor of rhot Citizen In accordance with tho plan ot my trip Richmond tho second objective point was reached Wednesday after noon It guts protiy hot down here In Vir ginia and the mercury climbed up to loo degrees thut day Tin rldo over tho Alleghanlea however was tine Wo iHsaed over In the morning und everything was cool and fresh Tho highest elevation we inched was about 5J3 feet- Tho trip wad of added Interest because of tho company of tho State Historian of Went Virginia MrI Lewis who also wished to do some work In tho archives Many objects of Interest were pointed out that i would otherwise have been missed We passed the While Sulphur Springs and were ublo from the train to gain some Idea ot tho beau ty of this famous resort to which people coma from all over the world Tho valley of tho Shenandoah Is a veritable Harden spot The soil resembles the Kentucky Dluegras + und tho farms Indicate prosperity Fruit trees are loaded with fruit and I havo rarely seen finer peach es or apples than aro on tho mar ket here at least at this season of tho year x True to their name tho Blue RhtI o mountains appear In their blue haw In tho distance Soon wo left the Greenbrier which winds In and out among tho mountains until It joins with another stream to form tho Kanawha 1m Its place we got glimpses of tho Jack son which also winds in and out until It becomes with other streams tho JamesIIn Richmond we are really drinking In tho James River for that is the source of water supply and when filtered It docs very well Front tho Blue Ridge mountains for a considerable distance lies tho Piedmont region elevated consider ably above the tidewater land Tho character of tho country Is much like that on the edge ot tho Bluegrass As wo have passed through Char lottcBvllto wo realized that not very far from tho station but still out of sight was Monticello the homo of Jefferson and tho University of Virginia the mother ot Stato Univer sities At Castlo Rock near Charlottcavlllo lived Dr Thomas Walker a name to be remembered In the beginning lof Kentucky A friend of Jefferson and prominent In tho affairs of his limo ho became the explorer for tho Loyal Company which was to open up the west to settlement- An expedition to Kentucky in 17CO Is recorded In a diary of great In terest and value to the student who CHIEF OF BANK EMBEZZLERS Two weeks ago we published an editorial entitled The Real Coward the Moral One We intended to put into it some food for thought aud we thiuk we did In another column we made some remarks about the thieves that are hard to bar out those who carry the keys to Banks aud Trust CompnnieHutul understand the combinations that unlock the vaults It really makes no difference how strong how large or how beautiful a building is or how stroug its safes aud vaults It all depends up on the character of the titan that handle the funds We hear a great deal about safe blowers bank robbers but banks and their depositors lose very little from these professional rob berg The losses come chiefly thru trusted employes and officers of the concerns respectable educated thieves men who are sharp enough to the accounts so as to hide their peculations for years These are the real cowards nod real thieves Thinkof a man like Hopke who has stolen a million four hundred thousand from the FIDELITY Trust Co in Louisville ever having been trust edwith anything A man who loses no sleep end has no worry over the companyHe board because his legs could easily carry hint to the gallows he has phys ical courage no doubt in abundance but he is n MORAL WRETCH so despicableIt what punishment will be meeted out to this chief of embezzlers Of coprse he will have kept enough of the companys funds to employ expert counsel If here a poor man arid ignorant and had stolen a liars we could entertain no hopes for him But since he could steal on such n magnificent scale he will pos sibly get an easy sentence and be able meanwhile to live in luxury sayPossiblykind of father and motler he had n hut acme influences totichtd him the kind of schools he attended and whether the church and Sunday school ever reached him Think on these things and see whether there are any homes in your community that are manufacturing Ropkes avid then readour article this week on The Character of Our Schools OTHER EMBEZZLERS There are embezzlers of power as well as embezzlers of moneyWe confide to men the interests of the people in time Administration of an office and they betray the trust We trust men with the keeping nut investing of our ntomieymud they appi jirihte it to tleir own use Which is the more recreant Y A few sly ignorant men slip into our barns and steal our corn or into our smoke houses and take our bacon Hndu hunt Hum down and give them the limit of the law and the ban of public sentiment They never again can gain the confidence of the community But we are lenient with the big and respectable thieves especially the embezzlers of We vote for them again and again when we know that they are Felling us out or will sellus like so many sheep That is what loyalty to a party means nowa dajB distinguished honor rotifer red upon certain lenders otherwise the privilege to betray us for hoodie And alltie pet is time ficiufl for the listiufiiinlictl honor And why should we vote for this man or that Y Because he is am bitious tond wants an office Because he has a grievntire aid wants vindication Y Because he is an adept in besmirching the character of his opponent or tickles our fancywith1 his vulgar campaign stories Y Because lie whines and begs our support timid makes great promises Y Not at all Let us beware of men slick of tongue who think the people owe them office Let us beware of men who Lure not already made a record for integrity and uprightness in other alkof life and let us rather seek men for the office than have the men seeking the office A vote is our most cherished heritage In casting it let us not look to the interest of any man It is not n personal nor a selfish smatter We are nut conferring an honor we tare imposing a trust Let us take the measure of the men who demand our votes to see whether they are worthy of our confidence It is time to inquire what kind of voters and office holdets the homes and schools are manufacturing as well as the kind of Bank Clerks and Bookkeepers Is Interested In mowing how things begin Ho named the Cumberland Gap and mountains for the brother of King Georgo and tried to give to time Kentucky river tho name of the Dukes wife Louisa But tho fine old Indian name Ken takee or tho broad meadow fortunately survived On the Cumberland RIver Wal ker and his party built a cabin and planted some corn and some peach stones sufficient to fulfill tho re quirements of occupation by the Loy al Company This Is supposed to he the first houso in Kentucky and was In use until recent times anti perhaps Is etTho editor ot The Citizen should know as It was located on tho Faulkner farm near Bar bourvlllo In passing through Hanover tho days of tho civil war were recalled by tho battlefields of tho Wilderness campaign where Grant decided to fight It out If It took all summer to end tho war There are still some earth works visible and occasionally a ruined building tho remains of which have not yet been removed Tho growth of small pine timber Is much as It was then and suggests tho name of tho battle The route by which wo como along tho C O railroad through the mountains follows closely tho old trail which the pioneers of the west took In tho early days and was all of great Interest and profit to ma Richmond Is an Interesting city There Is evidently a great deal ct business done but tho city Is so spread out over tho wldo plain that It does not show There are some very fine build I Ings ot modern stylo being erected but there aro etlll plenty ot tho old Not far frog my stopping place Ie the Ford Hotel noted In its day Ut Johns church where Fartlck Henry The house iii tint standing but a mall mound marks the place of the chimneyEditor made his famous speech still stands and other of tho old churches The Hollywood cemetery contains the re mains of several presidents and is a beautiful resting place Statues of noted men are found In many places The Equestrian statue of Washington Is one of the great pieces of Ameilcau art A statue of H Clay Is on tho State house grounds Statues as will as portraits of Lee and Jackson are abundantThe point for me how ever Is tho State House square on which Is located the building of the Virginia Historical Society where most of my time Is spent From maps and pictures one can take In tho history of Virginia very quickly and pleasantly A largo collection of books Is a source of help But tho chief attraction Is Its collection ot man uscripts A few typical ones are displayed In cases but tho collection Is carefully kept In charge of the archtvcst Dr Eckenrode A couplo ot pages from the account book of Washington In his own hand writing records his advances to tho Contentlonnl Government In Revolu tlonary days Washington was not ed among Southern planters for his business methods and this would sure ly bo a credit to any business man today so neatly and carefully Is doneA ItI bill of expenses of James Madison as delegate from Virginia to theIContinental Congress must surely estimated In the terms of Continental money or how could he incur aI barbers account of 1700 and a liquor bill of over 3000 in six months The Inventory of tho estato of Patrick Henry contains a detail ed list of his slaves with their I unique An namesIiccord of Burgesses ut Raleigh Tavern whenIContinued on Fourth Page Opportunity Opportunities make money Were all after em They come to all men many times Some men make use of them and profit thereby and others do not We call the former lucky The truth is in order to seize opportunities when they come you must have some ready cash on hand Are you one of those although shrewd enough see the money making possibilities in many propositions have to sit idly by and watch the other fellow gather in the profits because you have no money work with Turn over new leaf now save ever little Put away two every week in this bank Keep it up make a habit of it and ycu will soon be on the way to larger success Berea Bank Trust Co Established 1001 TilE BANK FOR THE PEOPLE DARK CLOUDS Lull in Politics in New YorkChangeI- n Presidents PlansOhio Convention and the Outlook UglyCon troversyCannon Flays and Flayed There is a lull In the political situation New York oven former President has little to say Speculation however has been rife as to Republican candidates for tho governorship Gov Hughes will not attempt to dictate nor even suggest his successor The news a few weeks ago was to the effect that both Roosevelt and Taft were In fa vor of Collector Loeb of the port of New York The only suggestion that Is new Is that Gifford Plnchot may become a candidate another col umn we hnvo suggested that tho state would not be In bad hands with either of these gentlemen if the Re publicans should bo successful In electing their man Little from Beverly For the last ten days has also been a dlrth of news from the presidents summer home It is true he has been on a little cruise up the Maine coast has landed a few and traveled Inland mak ing a few speeches but there Is a decided change in the attitude the president Suddenly he has announ ced that tho president should not engage In politics neither should ho deliver partisan speeches and ho seems to be endeavoring to practice what he preaches for his speeches In Maine were not of a political nature and certainly could not said to plead the cause of the Republican candidates In that state Further evidence of a change In the presi dents attitude Is In tho cancel lation of his speaking tours for the summer and fall All this Is no duo to the chaos Into which tho party seems to havo within the last two weeks I Ohio ConventionI There was a lull In Ohio but It was the lull before the storm or fore the battle The Ohio convention partyI I on Ohio convention That convention has had a double effect upon tho country It has produced much rejoicing President Taft Is reported to have expressed delight Its action but later It Is evident that most the rejoicing comes from tho Democratic press the country It is plain that tho President did not havo his way altogether neither was the action tn accord with Mr Roosevelts wishes Some Republicans rejoice that Boss Cox was defeated Others mourn be cause ho controlled tho convention rejoice because tho resolutions strongly commend the Aldrich and President Taft Some find cause for rejoicing tho claim that it was the Garfield Influence that de feated tho Cox candidate Judge Brown and turned the tide In favor of Editor Harding others are mourn ling the Insurgents were turned down all around Tho gloom if Is gloom and there seems to be Is due to tho fear on the part ot tho Republicans that cannot fut Harmon and that his own de eat possibly carries with It the defeat of a myjoilty of Ohios can CongressmenContinued on 6fth page Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge read a good newspaper KENTUCKY Our manipulate to that who to to a Begin to if so a dollar or well ALL In Roosevelt possible In News there political Beverly times of be found doubt fallen be Even at of of Some tariff In because there Harding de Republi Is to IN OUR OWN STATE Lincoln Statue in State HouseTaft Will not Visit KyNight Rider i ActivityWendling Caught I LINCOLN STATUE IN STATE HOUSEA life size statuo of Presi dent Lincoln costing fifteen thousand dollars Is to bo placed In the rotunda ot the first floor of the new capitol building at Frankfort The statuo will ibe given to the state by Mr Jamcsl B Speed of Louisville and will bTj 1 n1the work of the sculptor who ed tho statue of Lincoln erected athlHodgenville which Is one of the best ever made of Mr Lincoln Mr Speed is a nephew of Joshua F Speed who was a close personal friend of Mr Lincoln ACCIDENT AT BIG SHOW A section of the seats of the John Rub inson show at Richmond last Thursday fell seriously Injuring a half dozen A hundred or more narrowly escaped Injury Damage suits will possibly be averted by the willingness of the management of the show to settle nil claims out of court TAFT WILL NOT COMEIt has been expected for some time that President Tuft would visit Kentucky In November and bo present at tho governors conference at Frankfort Along with the cancellations of nu merous ether trips and dates It Is announced that he will cut out the visit to Kentucky alto This will tit a great disappointment to the Blue Grass state and her guests tho governorsNIGHT RIDER ACTIVITYAxel treo Cooper a tenant on the farm of Milton Oliver whoso home has been guarded by state troops for some time was killed last Saturday afternoon by night rider sympathizers Oliver Is a confessed night rider and is held as a witness for the state ut coming trials The outbreak has been expected against him for some tlmo this shooting of his tenant is land upon ac a beginning of hoe The murderers have been ar rested and measures taken to pro tect Oliver WENDLING CAUGHT Joseph Wendling accused of the murder of Alma Kellner last December after being trailed across the continent has been captured in San Francisco He was run down by his pursuer and found under a sink in u boarding house He expresses a willingness to return to Louisville and laughs at the Idea of his being the murderer of the little girl It Is thought that he wlU be taken to Frankfort as feeling Is said to be pretty high against hint In Louisville SPECIAL NOTICE Tho committee of the Union church elected to secure information look Ing to the choice ot a new pastor desires to announce that tho pulpit of tho church will be occupied on Sunday Aug 14 by Rev Geo B Hat field of Toledo Ohio Mr Hatfleld will preach at tho usual morning hour and It Is hoped that all members of the church who consistently cnn do so will attend At night he will give an address upon the Puritans All our friends are cordially In vited ii 1 I 1 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting t Fnbllnhra every Thursday at Bern Kf BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABI4J IN AOVANC8 One Year fiM- Cx Uonthi do Thrte Monthi u Send money Pot oMce or Kiprcu Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one end two tnt stamps The date otter your name on label shows to what date ubocrlptioD Is paid U It Illot hanged within three weeks alter renewal motlly u- Missing numbers will be ttadljr supplied If w- arc noticed Fine premium cheap with new subscriptions and prompt renewals Send for Premium Lilt Liberal terms given to any who obtain ntw for us Any one endID us four yearly subacriptlonscan redere The Citizen free Ir for one Adrertlsinr rates on application UBMItUR OP ItJJNTOC1CY PRESS ASSOCIATION That Texas man who has adopted dollar bills as his calling cards will probably find the folks at homo at anytime The back tothefarm movement is very popular with those who could not go If they would and would not go It they could In hot weather too the iceman has an exasperating habit of tailing to see the card placed conspicuously in your front window The sultan of Sulu will vlclt the United States bringing = 250000 worth bf pearls Hed better bring a bod Ward while hes about It Showers of sandbags and money wrenches will mark the course of ala lion The pedestrian suffers at every turn from every Innovation Reckless aeroplanists may yet rur down innocent automoblllsts leaving 1them helplesa and bleeding on the f The world do move i Wnlle it may be cruelty to ml V i crobes tho human society announces that there will be no prosecutionsI jjTSgalnst bakers who wrap their bread i Correspondent asks anxiously why RO many weddings take place In June Because in this season the contracting parties arent so likely to have cold feet That was a Solomon of a market reporter who stated that eggs have receded one cent a pound lie neg lected to nay how much sugar was a dozen New York makes It unlawful tot catch more than ten pounds of trout In one day This Is farcical Who could catch 48 trout in New York In one day In the interest of public health those who are determined to make way with themselves are requested to j keep out of the lakes that supply the people with drinking water v- Y The queen of Bulgaria asked for a cigarette and the French ambassador didnt have a single one In the house Being a diplomat he restrained him pelt from offering her a nice five ceni Cigar 4 A society has been formed in New York which proposes to reform the calendar We trust it will be able U February and May from l Iprevent places up In this section oi A steamship which Is to bo nearlj 900 feet long has been launched ii Germany Owing to the fact that II Is not to be a war ship It will not be for England to hasten to 1lallnch a larger one l A Milwaukee woman Is to get a bequest of 100000 If Shu marries and only the Interest from that sum It she remains a spinster Her decision may depend a good deal on the rate of Interest the money It drawing A Tibetan hootookatoo who was be headed by mistake three years ago Is to bo reincarnated by Chinese Im perlal decree That is easy as falling off a log when you know how They just take an Innocent baby and ap I point It to fill the vacancy A Milwaukee girl according to the terms of her mothers wll Is to get 110000 provided she wins a husband Of course that Is a terrible handicap but she may be able to find some assumeIcake I A hotel porter at Helena Mont found a quarter and latghed so hard over It that he died If It had been a 1 tip be would probably have grum bled because it was so little The south has resented the Intlmn tlon that tho hookworm disease is ex ceptlonally prevalent In that section and practically unknown In the north Now that a pronounced cast of hookworm ailment has been found In Phil adelphla some of tho southerners will be inclined to indulge In I told you so comment WENDLINS CAUGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO HIS FORMER FIANCEE UNCON SCIOUSLY ASSISTED THE OFFICERS IN HIS ARREST DRAGGED FROM BENEATH SINK Protects His Innocence But the Police Claim They Have Enough Evidence to Convict Him Arrested In Lodg Ing House San Francisco Dragged from beneath a sink In tho washroom of a Third street lodging houso in this city where he had been hiding for 24 hours Joseph A Wendling accused of tho murder of Alma Kellner In Louisville Ky was arrested by Detectives Burke and Ryan of tho local police department Wendllng admitted his identity but protested his innocence of the crime A few hours after tho arrest Cap tain of Detectives Carney of Louis vllle arrived to learn that his 11000 mile search for Wendllng had been crowned with success In his relentless pursuit of the rip posed murderer Carney many times lost tho trail but tho secret of the whereabouts of his quarry always lay with Mrs Cora Mucna a milliner of Hume Mo who unconsciously be traced him Mrs Muena met Wendllng at the home of her aunt in Houston Texas and before she returned to Hume sho was engaged to the dashing young Frenchman who dazzled the aunt with tales of his wealth In France which would come to him with the death of his aged father Before Mrs Muena left Houston she grew to fear Wcndllng and after her return to Hume sho broke the engage mentCarney went to Rio Vista but the man had fled leaving behind him however his name on the pay roll of a company which was building jetties along the Sacramento river Then the trail again became so cold that Car ney determined to visit Mrs Muena at her homo in Hume Ho reached there Just In time to prevent the destruction of a postal earl which gave tho address of Wcndllng in Vallejo Cal When the address was flashed to San Francisco a detective was at once sent to Vallejo In the possession of Alice Miller with whom Wendllng had been living ho found the rug tives photograph and a complete set of burglars tools Wendllng soon was traced to this city but the detectives were thrown off the track by a strange double who left a suitcase in a deserted house in the North Beach foreign quarter Tho death by his own hand of this suspect two days ago again left the detectives without a scent but they caught It again when Captain of Detectives Wall received a tip that the fugitive was in a Third street rooming house The owner of tho house declared that a man answering Wendlings description had been there but had left a few days before The police made search and when Wendllng was dragged forth he did not make the slightest resistance and when the bullet wound in his hand and the tattoed ship on his arm were exposed by his cap tors ho readily admitted his identity Wendllng protested his Innbcence of tho Kellner murder declaring that he knew nothing of It until he read of the finding of the body He maintained that he had adopted the name of his mother to avoid his brotherin law Louis Arnold who had pursued him from France to make him marry Mad cline Arnold According to Carney the evidence against Wendllng Is very strong The strongest link was tho discovery of some of the girls bloody clothing in a closet In Vend ling home Wendllng says he left Loulsvlllo on January 18 four months before the mutilated body of the child was found because of a quarrel with his brother fuIaw Louis Arnold but he refused to say n word that would In any way connect him with the death of the childI did not know Alma Kellncr and to my knowledge never saw her said Wendllntf The story that I saw her enter the school on the morning she disappeared and followed her Into the building is without foundation I wish I was as sure to escape the wrath of my brotherinlaw as I am of freenK myself of a murder charge he declared Wcndllng left In the company of Captain of Detectives Carney Tuesday to face the charge that rests agalufti him in the city from witch be fled l Ut January Ho is anlxous to return and hIs confident manner In expressing Ida desire to taco the murder InJlit ment find have the thing over has all the finnnrks of sincerity Mrs Wendllng Makes Statement Louisville KYMrs Lena Wend ling who was held In jail on a charge of accessory to Alma Kellners our der for a week after the body was found in the basement of St Johns church on May SO said- I dont believe that Joe killed the girl When they bring him home 1 am going to see him at once Some one else killed that child not Joe 1 always was anxious to find out where he was My conscious is clear and 1 think Joe Is innocent TEMPERANCE NOTETHE WEST HAS GONE DRY BRYAN LOSES OPTION FIGHT NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO ADOPT LEADERS PLANK Commoners Battle Against Liquor Vain Despite Great Speech on the Convention Floor Grand Island NebNebraska Dem ocrata Tuesday night delivered a blow to William J Bryan when by a decisive vote they registered their un belief in his county local option plan Mr Bryan had labored hard In the committee In an effort to have his Ideas written Into the platform and after being defeated In the committee ho appealed to the convention and In this appeal made the speech of his life to a convention already Instructed against him He pleaded to his old friends begged them not to repudiate him un less they found him untrue to Democratic principles ho threatened state wide prohibition if county option was defeated he denounced those Democrats whom ho charged with being subservient to the liquor Interests and he cajoled the uninstructed dells gates to vote for him and his plans And then standing aside he listened to the most bitter words directed at him that he has over heard No attack made against Bryan by Republicans or others In any of his campaigns was ever so bitter as were tho attacks made by Bryans old friends against their old leader As a member of the committee on resolu tlons Mr Bryan returned a minority report on the county option plank This minority report signed only by Bryan himself was short and to tho point saying simply We favor coun ty option as too best method of deal ing with the liquor question- It was In defense of this report that Mr Bryan made the speech which will bo called the greatest effort of his lifeThe sentiment towards Bryan was shown when for more than an hour the convention called upon different leaders to address It but not a single one was mado for Mr Bryan When the final vote was taken Bryans plank was turned down 645 to 195 and a direct ant county option plank Inserted REPORTS AMERICANS SAFE Commander Hines Sent to Nicaragua to Protect U 8 Citizens Sees No Danger Washington American lives and property In northeastern Nicaragua were asserted to be In no danger according to the state departments version of n dispatch from Comman der HInes of the gunboat Dubuque The dispatch was sent after the return to niuedelds of the gunboat Ta coma from a trip along tho coast north of that port where danger was reported to Americans Tho state department claims to be entirely Ignorant officially of the pres ence In New York of Dr Modesto Bar rlos and Dr Sebastlna Salinas com missioners from Madriz to restore friendly relations with the United States TROOPS FIGHT FOREST FIRE Company of Montana National Guard Are Dispatched to Aid of Stricken Town Helena MontIn response to an urgent request from Libby Governor Norris had Company L Montana National Guard detailed to assist in fighting forest fires at that place Forest fires of serious proportions have broken out In the Dig Snowies forest reserve At Kallspell there is little change In the fire situation Rain Is being prayed for all over this region Battle Fought In Honduras New Orleans La Tho first battle in the Honduran revolution was ought In the outskirts of Celba 100 being killed and 200 wounded on both sides according to advices brought here by the steamship John Wilson Kaiser Denies Aid to Madriz Berlin Germany has declined to entertain the request of President ladrlr that this government use Its friendly offices to put or stop to what Is termed the Interference of the United States in the affairs of Nicaragua Suicide a Friend of Horses Seattle WashGeorge E Hall a pioneer of Washington who blow his head off with dynamite last week bequeathed 15000 to tho Seattle Humane society to better the condition of working horses SAYS CHIEFS SPLIT LOOT Former Car Inspector of Illinois Central Road Testifies In 1500 000 Fraud Case Chicago High officials of tho 1111 nols Central railroad who were Interested In carrepairing plants entered Into an agreement among them selves to divide profits grafted tram tho railroad Theso profits amounted to as high as 40 per cent of tho total amount paid by the railroad com pany That is the charge made on the witness stand Thursday by Harold A Sims in his testimony concerning the grafting from the Illinois Central railroad Ills testimony was given before Master In Chancery Mason In the suit of the railroad to recover 1300001 from the Memphis Car company Ai though ho was on tho insldo and knew In detail tho method used to rob the railroad Sims says that he real Ized only 760 for his share In the work Illinois Central lumber was used to repair Illinois Central cars and then the road was charged for the lumber was another of his charges Cars loaded with material were shipped to the Memphis Car Repair company and It was the practise to charge for repairs made on tho cars whether they were made or not the witness said and more often they were not- STRIKE AFFECTS 28000 MEN Chicago Trades Council Calls Out All Building Workmen Except Car penters 37 Structures Affected Chicago A general strike of building trades was decided upon at a conference of thirtyseven unions Thurs day which met In a final effort to ob tale a settlement with tho Otis Ele vntor company It Is said the strike order will at feet 28000 men Tho only union not affected by the order Is that of the carpenters The cause of the strike Is the refusal of tho Otis Elevator company to remove machinists from elevator con structlon work tho American Federa tlon of Labor having held this line of work to belong strictly to elevator constructorsIt company has contracts on thirtyseven buildings now In the course of construction here and that work will be stopped on all of them Following the strike order business agents representing their respective unions hurried to buildings in which the Otis company has contracts for elevator construction for tho purpose of notifying the men of tho decision taken at the conference ADOPT LOCAL OPTION PLANK Iowa Democratic Convention Denounces Tariff Bill as Masterpiece of Injustice Ottumwa laAfter a bitter wrangle In the resolutions committee the Democratic state convention Thurs day adopted a local option plank thereby putting the liquor question which has been a thorn In the flesh of both parties for years squarely up to the people Jerry D Sullivan of Des Moines former candidate for governor acted as temporary chairman and scored Theodore Roosevelt unmercifully In his speech The platform adopted denounce the tariff bill as a masterpiece of in justice Involving remorseless exac Lions from the many to enrich the few Tho nomination of Claude It Iortor for governor was ratified Justice Moody to Retire Magnolia 111 Justice William H Moody of tbo United States Supreme court Friday definitely stated that he will announce his retirement from the bench prior to the expiration of tho enabling act passed In his behalf by the last congress This act expires In the middle of November Justice Moodys health Is improving Poison Victims Number 102 Joplin Mo Twentytwo now cases ol ptomaine poisoning were reported- to the board of health hero Friday making the total number reported In the week 102 Two deaths have rev gutted and several victims are In dangerous condition Physician Dead New YorkDr Frederick Llllcn that ono of the leading German phy slclans of this city and a pioneer Socialist died at his country estate 1L the Catskills Friday JOHN Ge CARLISLE- CLAIMEDBYDEATH PUBLIC CAREER OF NOTED KENTUCKIAN EXTENDED OVER TWO DECADES WAS SECRETARY OF TREASURY Gained National Fame as an Able Statesman When Called Upon to Forsake the Dar to Guide the Dei tlnles of the Nation New York After making a valiant fight against tho occasional attacks of acute indigestion which have pros trated him periodically for years John G Carlisle who was tbo dlstln guished secretary of tho treasury un der Grover Cleveland in tine latter second administration as president died In the Hotel Wolcott at Firth avenue and Thirtyfirst street lie was 7G years old At his bedside when ho passed away were Mrs W II Carlisle his daugh torsln law and two granddaughters There was a sharp turn for the worse In tho condition of Mr Carlisle and tho physicians then announced that ho could not possibly survive an other 24 hours although this had been said to him on previous occasions when his extraordinary vitality pulled him through the crisis John Griffin Carlisle was born September C 1834 in a log cabin near Key West Ky on the Independence pike about 16 miles from Covington tho houso being utilized as a country store Ills sons Will and Logan Car lisle are dead Mrs Carlisle died a few years ago In Now York the re mains being still In a vault there Ho is uurrlvcd by two brothers and three sisters Rev N H Carlisle ol Covington Logan Carlisle of Kenton county Kentucky Susan Mulllns ol Perry 111 Martha Met calfo of Carroll ton Mo and Miss Jane Carlisle Tho family from which Carlisle descended was during tho latter part ol the last century prominently known In the American settlements west ol the Allcgbanles OR HrH CRIPPEN CAUGHT Alleged Wife Murderer and Girl A- complice I Arrested by Officers on Steamship Montreal Quebec A real detective story the plot of which has never yet been conceived by a Too or a Doyle but which has been told in tho newspapers day by day comes to its last chapter with the arrest of Dr Harvey H CrIppen and Miss Ethel Lenevo by two provisional police and Inspcctoi Dow of Scotland Yard on a charge of having killed Mrs Crippon knows on tho stagO as Hello Elmore in Lon donrho Identification of the long sougb fugitives on board tho fog ehrdnded steamer by the English detective who had raced across the Atlantic ahead of the Montrose marked the culmina ion of one of the most sensational flights In recent criminal annals Accompanied by two Canadian offl COTS ho boarded the vessel and both man and girl were locked In thcli state rooms Crlppcn broken in spirit but mentally relieved by the relaxed tension the girl garbed In boys Clothing sobbing hysterically They were no longer the Ilev John Robinson and son as booked from Antwerp on July 20 In charge of Inspector Dew they will be taken back to England for trial on tho steamship Royal George leav ing Quebec on Thursday next NEGRO KILLED BY OFFICERS Sioux Falls 8 DThe shooting and wounding of a policeman by a negro the wounding of a special officer and the final killing of the negro by a well directed shot from the revolver of another policeman were events which kept the central part of this city In a state of excitement About a thou sand men assisted In tho search for the negro after tho trouble began many of them demanding that ho be lynched If caught Pleading on the part of the local officers and cooler heads among the mob prevented an attack being made on the homes ol inoffensive negroes Charlton Likely to Go Free Washington Porter Charlton confessed murderer of his wife at Lake Como Italy some six weeks ago Ilikely to go entirely free yof punish men The time limit within which extradition may be asked for will shortly expire and It does not now appear probable the Italian govern meat will take tho necessary steps tc demand of tho United Slates tho re turn of tho young man to Italy Shot From Ambush by Mexicans Harllngcn Tex Two state rangers J W Carnes and T II CraIghead and Deputy Sheriff F W Lawrence are victims of an ambush committed by Mexicans near Hnrllngen Ono Moxl can was killed Carnes was killed out- rIght Negro Killed by Posse Mobile AixWill Walker nesrc assailant of Mrs Nettle Gibson war shot to death by a posse Walker tabbed Mrs Gibson then crhnlnall attacked her Comet Salad Soak onehalf box of gelatin In one half cupful of cold water for five minutes add onehalf cupful of mild vinegar tho julco of one lemon ono pint of boiling water onehalt cupful sugar and ono teaspoonful of laltIStrain and when beginning to sot add one cupful of finely shredded cabbage 1 two cupfuls of celery cut In small pieces and onefourth can of sweet red peppers finely cut Turn Into a mold and chill Servo on lettuce t leaves with mayonnaise or J cut in dice and serve In cases madoIof red or green peppers or tho mix ture may be shaped In molds lined with pimentos This Is a delicious ac companiment to cold sliced chicken or veal f Escalloped Corn Butter a baking dish and In the bottom of the dish put a layer of rolled cracker crumbs a little salt popper and dots of butter then a layer of can ned corn salt pepper and butter then cracker crumbs salt pepper and but ter and so on Have cracker crumbs for last layer salt pepper and butter then over all pour plenty of rich milk as the crumbs absorb a good deal Hake threequarters of an hour In tJmoderately hot oven until n light brown This Is a delicious dish and a ono can of corn will servo ten people Rice and Cheese t Ono teacupful of rico to four cup fuls of hot water Roll rapidly for 20 7 minutes On bottom of buttered ba king dish put layer of bread crumbs then n thick layer of rico and grated cheese another layer of rice another of cheese Finish with bread crumbs on top Pour over all a cold mixture of ono egg ono cupful of milk two tablespoonfuls of melted butter ono tnblcspoonful of salt onefourth tea spoonful of dry mustard Hake 20 min utes In a quick oven This Is delicious as a luncheon dish or ns n substitute for potatoes with meat Quantity and Quality Teacher Willie have you whis pered today without permission T Willie Yes wunst Teacher Johnnie should Willie have said wunst Johnnie triumphantly No maam he should have said twist Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children and see that it Bears the- Signaturo of t In IThoI a ss rOld Lady What are you crying abollt my little man 1 KldNothln Old Lady Nothlnl KidYes Me teacher set mo what I was doln an I told her nothln and she said I ought a been doln sumthln an give me a llckln The Ready Theorist You see explained the scientist house Men are dangerous because they carry germs on their feet Ah exclaimed the ready theorist then the remedy Is simple All you need to do Is to make them wear overshoes and leave them on tho porch when they come in HungryLittle Folks find delightful satisfaction in a bowl of toothsome Post ToastiesWhen lunch this wholesome nour ishing food is always ready to serve right from the package without cooking and saves many steps for mother Let the youngters have Post Toasties superb sum mer ood The Memory Lingers CerealPostum Co Limited Battle Creek Mich t Lii i ROUND ABOUT IIII THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FRbM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY r NAMES PRESS DAY 1Offlcerl of State Fair Write to K P r A of Plans I tRichmond Ky Editor A D Miller E this city president of tho Kentucky T Press association Is in receipt of a I letter from the officers of the Ken tacky State Fair association of Louis S r yule advising him that Thursday r September 15 had been set aside as Press day and Good Roads day and that ho had been selected as chair man of tho press committee to arrange the program for that day and for him to select 25 other newspaper men throughout tho state to serve and assist him on the committee Those whom ho has named ale T H Pickles Richmond Desha Brock bridge Lexington Louis Landrum f Danville Harry McCarty Nicholas vlllo M A Thompson Georgetown Wallace Brown Bardstown h C Ltttrcll Owcnton Chas Metcalfc Plnevllle W J Denhardt Bowling Green Jas Allen Cynthlana E A Guillen New Castle T C Under wood Hopklnsvllle Harry Sommers Kllzabcthtown L W Qalncs Trnn ton G F Frlcl Ashland D T Peake Bedford Paul Moore Earllngton they Woodson Owcnsboro Green Kel ler Carlisle W S Downtalne War saw Lewis F Chapman Catlettuburg D M Duncan Brandenburg John D Babbage Cloverport C C Howard Hodgenvlllc and B B Cozlone Shel byvllle LOWLANDS ARE LAKES Little Creeks Transformed Into Rag Ing Torrents Owcnsboro Kyrom reports re celved In Owonsboro from the storm stricken counties of tho Green river district the estimate on the amount of damage made earlier was far too conservative Tho crops on farms havo been wiped entirely away and horses cows hogs sheep mules and buildings have been carried to destruction by the sweep of the raging waters Increasing every hour In vol ume and velocity Another violent rain fell but there was little damage In Davies and Han cock counties from tho fact that the recent storm had left little In Its path Later a hard rainstorm visited the western part of the county and the few crops that had been saved were put under several feet of water For two days trains on the Illinois Central branch road have been unable to reach Owcnsboro The tracks for many mllos are entirely under water It Is believed that the Louisville A Nashville trains will bo unable to reach Owen boro FENCE UNEARTHED BY POLICE Gang of Thieves Is Raided With Pay Ing Results Lexington Ky Three patrol wagon loads of stolen property were brought to police headquarters by local detectives Tho plunder runs from bicycles to cooking utensils and rugs It represents the pilfering of an or ganized sang of night prowlers that linn been operating hero for the past two month Two loads of the stuff were found in rooms In tho old Good Samaritan hospital building on East S Short street now occupied as a ten tmrnt for negroes The rooms from which the goods were is ken had been rented to n negro named Robert Mack who formerly lived at Georgetown The remainder of the goods como from a room In tho homo of Macks mother on Winslow street Scores of people went to police head quarters during tho afternoon and Identified articles that had been stolen from them POP BOTTLE EXPLODED Portion of Boys Face and an Eye Torn Away Louisville tytn the presence of a merry assemblage gathered at a lawn fete church social William Kohl a 12yoarold boy was hurled to the ground and suffered tho loss of an eye when n pop bottle exploded tearI- ng nway a portion of his face With tremendous force tho shattered glass like fine shot were driven Into the lads fnco The right eye was torn away and tho whole right sid of the face lacerated Tho right fore head was scraped to the skull Kold Is the son of a gardener who Is a member of the church and had vol unteered his services for tho evening MOB WAS FOILED Greenup KyChaa Lusk charged with criminal attack on Bculnh Ham ilton 12 was slipped out of jail hero by the officials nnd taken to Urnysnn Ky to avoid a lynching by n threaten ing mob from tho town of Russell Lusk was brought back here from Graynon for examining trial before Judge Woniock and the case was i continued until August 2 Tho defend nnt has n family of Hpnt ehlMren and always was considered ono of Russells best citizens 1- I HEROIC STATUE OF LINCOLN GIFT Of J B SPEED WILL BE SET UP IN ROTUNDA OF NEW CAPITOL Sculptor Who Modeled the Lincoln Monument at Hodgenville Has Been Commissioned to Com plete Work by Oct 1 1911 Frankfort KyDy October 1911 a statue of Abraham Lincoln the gift of J B Speed of Louisville will bo placed in the rotunda of the now cup itol Gov Wlllson has been In com munication with Mr Speed for several weeks but nothing was given out until tho contract for the statue was let It was awarded to A A Weinman of New York who modeled the Lincoln monument at Hodgenvllle It wilt cost 15000 and will be of hereto size made of bronze Gov Wlllson wanted a monument of Lincoln for tho capitol but he wanted the best that could bo made He sug gested the matter to some of his friends in Louisville and Mr Speed heard of It He decided to present the state with a monument to Lincoln that would be worthy a place in the handsome capitol He talked to tho governor about it and decided to present the state with a monument cost- Ing 15000 The statue has not been formally accepted by the capitol commission but they have all expressed themselves as delighted with tho idea of getting the splendid monument Under tho contract the statue is to bo completed by October 1 1911 Just before Gor Wii eon goes out of office Mr Vein man will come to Frankfort and look at the proposed location for tho statue before ho starts work on It and will also consult with Mr Andrews regarding the site of tho statuo and the pedestal on which it rests It if de sired to have a statue that will ha large enough to be looked at from bo low but which will also look well on n level with it as It will be seen from the second floor of tho building Mr Weinman promises to have oven a better statue than tho one of Iiicoin in Hodgenvllle When the statuo Is In placo hero it will bo dedicated with Imposing ceremonies and it Is probable that many celebrities will b- In Frankfort at that time The Commonwealth I Frankfort Four prisoners William Turpin Hen Carey Jake Drool and Taddy Shoats tried to escape from jail Jailer Lucas found they had nearly sawed their way out of the steel cageMt Sterling Albert Botts 19 son of Mason Botts this city was thrown from horse ho was riding at the fair grounds and dangerously hurt The boy was thrown against a tree break- Ing three ribs and Injuring him Inter nally Ho is resting easily Lexington It was announced hero that Benjamin Hay of Cincinnati has decided to sell out his trotters and his Abdallah park training ground at Cyn thlana Tho park which contains 74 acres and the trotters are to bo auctioned September 3 There are about 70 head of horse- sLexingtonFrank Miller while working in the local postofllco as a special delivery messenger 15 years ago laid 14 in bills In one of tho windows A puff of wind came along and tho money was sucked Into a ven tilating shaft Workmen tearing down the foundation in tho process of enlarg lug and roroodellng the building found the money damp and decaying Frankfort Pursuant to tho call of Commissioner of Agriculture Rankln the live stock sanitary board met hero and decided to institute a school for tho county live stock Inspectors nt the state fair In Ixnitdvlllo this year The inspectors will be lectured by experts from the national government and tho state university Another letter was sent to tho county judges urging them to help pay for the lectures Ixsbunon At the election of general officers at Lorctto academy this county Mother Kraxcdes who has held the ofllco of mother superior for 14 years was unanimously reelected Mother Wilfred was elected vlcaress the second highest ofllco of the In stitution Up to the time of her elec tion as vicaress she was mother of novices a placo sho filled with em inent satisfaction Frankfort Tho state board of edu cation was called upon by Miss Martha Barnett and T J Fletcher both of Mngolfln county to decide wheth or Fletcher or M F Patrick Is tho chairman of tho county board of edu nation Ilotcher had been elected chairman but moved to Seattle nnd monthsIteacher however Fletcher returned to Kentucky and demanded that ho bo recognized as chairman of the board Tho board decided in favor of PatrickrankfortArthur Hopkins of Louisville state revenue agent tiled suit in the Franklin court to collect the corporation license tax from tho Standard Sanitary Co capitalized at 7500000 tho Baptist Book Concern capitalized at 60000 nnd tho National Ico Cream Co capitalized nt 100000 The alleged amount of taxes due is fixed at about 3000 Frankfort Miss Fannlo 3 Rawson of Louisville was elected the permanent chairman of the state library commission at the first meeting of the commission which was recently appointed by Gov Willson The Laborers in the Vineyard Sunday SeLool Larson for Aoj 14 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT Matthew 20110 Mem- Ory verses 8 7 GOLDEN TEXT Many that are ant shall be last and the laat shall be ftntiMatt 1930 TlMEMarch A D 90 a short time before the crucifixion PLACE Pereo beyond Jordan Suggestion and Practical Thought 1 Tho Parable of the Laborers and Its Meaning Vs 115 For tho king dom of Heaven is like unto a man that Is a householder the owner of a farm or an estate The householder represents Christ who Is the visible representative of GodWent out early In the morning to hire laborers The Vineyard represents the world In which God has planted the true vine Thin Is set forth with peculiar power by Isaiah ch5 He compares the nation of Israel to A vineyard plant od by God the well beloved who had loved them with everlasting love Ho did everything possible for them that they might bring forth the best fruits obedience sincere worship righteous living the beauty of boll ness love joy peace and all the fruits of the Spirit Intelligence noble character and missionary work among tho nations lie placed them In tho best country In tho world for the purpose Ho hedged them round with laws and divine Institutions and with his own loving care defended them from all enemiesBut expected fruit was not borne on these vines He looked that It should bring forth grapes and It brought forth wild grapes grapes of gall bitter clusters Gods Garden In 1 Cor 39 Paul tells the Christians at Corinth that ye are Gods husbandry which oldfash toned word seems to have little mean Ing to us Tho Revised Version helps us to see Its meaning Ye are Gods tilled land The twentieth century New Testament calls It Gods bar vcstfleld It Is a farm an orchard a garden in its larger meaning There too God wants laborers each In his own garden to make It yield aU graces all virtues all Beatitudes tho Ten Commandments the Fruits of the Spirit You are to be part of the church as described in Acts 2 and of tho redeemed earth and of Heaven pictured to us In tho last chapters of RevelationTho are all those who are helping to do Gods work on earth who for him and with him are labor- Ing to make the world what it ought to be full of all the fruits of the spirit transformed into the kingdom of God There Is no such privilege In the world as to bo laborers with God 37 He went out about tho third sixth ninth eleventh hour Several times the householder went after laborers for there was more work to bo done than the first ones called could do Why stand yo here nil day Idle They an swered that no man hath hired us No man would stand all day In the marketplace Idle unless because he wanted work and could not get It Exp Ok Test Call the laborers and give them their hire They received each one a penny whether they had worked one hour or twelve The first supposed that they should receive more since they ad borne the burden and heat or the day tho scorching heat Having dono more they felt that they ought to have larger pay and they complained to tho steward of their unfair treatment Their very complaint showed that they were not truly the first and best The Last First and tho First Last V 16 This saying with variations was repeated several times by Jesus so the last shall bo first and tho first last sightInbeen overmastered by the spirit of loveThis is true of nations as the Jew Ish nation were first In time first In opportunity but they did not makq use of their advantages and Christianity which was last has become the first The Call for Laborers There are two ways of Increasing tho number of laborers One is by adding to their IncreasingtheThere Is a call for workers In the fields white to the harvest in every community in every Sunday school In every church If people realized the value of the penny a day God gives the blessing of personal work for especiallythey would beg for the opportunity preachersIsrealized tho blessing and the opportunity God had conferred upon them joyIa minister of Christ During the late war in Ashantco the chief officer of tho Scotch Guards when reviewing this splendid regl meat asked who among them would volunteer for the Ashantce expedition When ho looked again ho saw the regi ment precisely an he had seen it be tore nil in unbroken line What said said ho the Scotch Guards and no volunteers Another officer replied They have all stepped forward and volunteered consider what It would mean If every member of our great church should In this coming year I take but one step forwardI Over Land and Sea I ECONOMIC LOSS FROM DRINK United States Has Passed Million Dollar Mark In Describing Damage Now Billionaire Of our more than eightythree mil lions of people about twentyflvo mil lions ore wage earnere and ont less than two millions are captains of In dustry and their salaried lieutenants The average wage Is about 156 6s per day but the product Is worth at least 2 to the employer who must have a profit and at least as much to the nation said Rev Wilbur F Crafts Ph p In a speech to the Twelfth In ternational Congress on Alcoholism hold IP London Onetenth of that for 300 days means 60 per year for each workman and a total for all wage earners of 1150000000 230000 000 In the United States we have passed the period of millions in des cribing the damage from drink for alcohol has become a billionaire Wo are not dependent on laboratory experiments for proof that even a mod- erato use of alcohol Impairs efficiency Benjamin Franklin in the eighteenth century observed as a printer what Dr Aschaffonburg has just proved by tests that sober printers do more and better work than drinkers That Is why 51 per cent of a representative list of American employers questioned by the United States Bureau of Labot some years since reported that they discriminated in all or a part of their work In favor of abstainers as em ployees The athletic records and the tests of soldiers In marksmanship and marching all tell tho same story that even moderate use of Intoxicants decreases efficiency When we turn to the captains of Industry and their lieutenants from whose ranks life In surance has obtained most of the test cases that have shown that total abstainers other conditions being equal live fully 15 per cent longer than even those very moderate drinkers who are allowed to insure we see that tho losses in valuable lives must rise to millions more The loosening of the tongue and drugging of judgment and conscience and the shortening of a life worth 10000 a year becomes a very costly matter when the man Is tho manager of a great business or the leader of an army or the arbiter of a nations politics In this age of keen competition national as well as Individual It Is the fit that survive and succeed Many Japanese gave up sake during the war with Russia that they might contribute the money thus saved as a patriotic offering to the nations war fund In Britain Ocr many and other lands patriots might well abstain for a patriotic reenforce ment to the nations efficiency by which the supreme Industrial battle of the nations shall be ultimately decided DRINK OUTLAY is LESSENED Liquor Provisions of British Budget Bring In Less Revenue but More Sobriety George B Wilson secretary of the United Kingdom alliance states that tho drink bill of England for 1909 shows a decrease over 1908 of 6 897997 29476000 On spirits the decrease was 4800000 24000000 with a decrease in consumption of I 7022775 gallons On beer the do crease was 1186000 5940000 with a decrease in consumption of 645396 barrels On wine there was an increase of 93000 465000 with an Increase in consumption 01 103744 gallons Mr Wilson believes that the Increase In the price of spir its and beer due to the budget was largely responsible for the decreased consumption He declares that it there had been no increase In prices the reduction of tile total expenditure for 1909 would have been 11147997 55739900Mr estimates that the liquor drinking class is about 65 per cent of the total population Accord- Ing to these figures the per capita expenditure is approximately 3050 per year Twothirds of the total drink bill or nearly 2000000 10000000 a week Is said to bo spent by the working classes If they aro above the poverty line says Mr Wilson this wasted expenditure tends to bring them under it If they are under It the waste aggravates their difficulties Drinkcaused pov erty Is tho worst kind of poverty bo cause it docs not make tho best of tho available resources and is inva rlably associated with moral and phys ical degradation The burden of the drink evil falls heavily on tho wom ani It crushes the child Mr Wilson believes in tho efficacy of repressive legislation to diminish the drink evil However he admits that the diminished consumption of acohollc liquors is to some extent the result of a continuous change in the habits of the peoplea change he remarks that seems likely to bo permanent Poor Mans Club Tho saloon is tho poor mans club but tho saloon keeper Is tho one who wields It Two Kinds of Whisky There are just two kinds of whisky tho ono Is bad the other Is worse 1835 Berea College 191 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blbl 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 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 BO that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even A part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gear man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses witH use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn 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 got a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary 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 Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends paInwho are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women tar lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protest 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 Berea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex penses Writs 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 Cooperatlve other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week 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 teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 6 in Academy and Normal and 700 in Colic glato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL Model School VocationalNormal Academy College Incidental Fee 600 600 700 Room t 560 560 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 946 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 21910 945 945 945 H Total for terra 2950 3060 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 GOO 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 900 900 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2001 2100 220t Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 900 900 Total for term 2900 3000 3109 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3059 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 676 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 675 676 676 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leavo by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes amid the Institution will refund only one baif 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 celvo a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by tho sin dent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is SoptQmber 14 1910 The first day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 1911 For laformatloa or friendly advice writ to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE U BEREA KENTUCKY t c v MIDSUMMERI Clearance Sale f July 30 August 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 ij COYLESDRY YOU PAY LESSOR GtT MORE Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VAR ETY OF SOURCES DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONK lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECKI Fire Life and Accident- Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Miss Lillian Ambrose returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with her sister at Whitehall Mr and Mrs D B Chandler of Mt Vernon were the guests of MrI and Mrs J W Evans last week Miss Lorena Howard returned Fri day from Compton where she had i been spending two weeks with her sIsterWANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices- J S Gott Depot Street Miss Nell Shockley was taken to the hospital last week with typhoid t fler1IIss Theresa Johnson has been the guest of Mrs Bert Coddington this weekGene Thomson who has a position I with the Belknap Hardware Co at Louisville is at home this week t for a short vacation t Mrs E C Seale and children are visiting relatives In the mountains this week Mrs Bess Racer Ott who has ty phoid fever wabrought to the Be rea hospital last week from LaFol lette Tenn to be cared for Her mother and brother the Rev H M J Racer are here with her Miss Bertha King was pleasantly entertained from Thursday until Sunday at the home of Mr and Mw U M Burgess at Paint Lick I have fortythree good secondhand organs all makes and styles some good as now which I wiH rent or sell on easy paymentsR Chrlsman- Mr and Mrs Pal Lewis spent last week at the home of Mrs Marlon lUll near Kingston Mrs Florence Ridgeway Is spend ing her vacation at her home in Highland Ohio Misses Etta Gay and Etta Moore left Tuesday for a ten days trip to Nlagra Falls Lake Chautauqua Tor onto Canada and several other placesMiss Margaret Moore of Newport came Sunday for a two weeks visit with Mr W 0 Moore and family at their home near Paint Lick Mrs Ella Brannaraan Lyon of Ash land is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J J Brannaman J O Bowman is in town again Miss Pattie Moyers who was teach ing at Red Lick is ill with typhoid feverFor sale or rent one or a half doz en good barber chairs One hydraulic Also other fixtures necessary to I pleto a shop comI n H ChrIsman The Furniture Man I Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand- dont forget the chinaware at ILumber for sale Seven to ten thou i sand feet Jas Coyle Berea Ky i I Andy Ross and wife have moved on Mrs Rosss farm near Lelpslc Ohio They say Scotty Is making an uptodate farmer Donald Edwards William Bowman Thomas Culbertson and Charlie Long are spending their summer vacation at Battle Creek Michigan where they have employment with the Battle Creek Sanitarium Jonas Dolch who has been a stu dent In Berea College the past five years is working in the Big Four ticket office at Cincinnati as steno grapher He will not be in school next year R H Chrisman The Furniture Man will retire your buggy with the best rubber that can be had for 311 15 and 16 Roy Eastman a graduate of Berea College after studying law in Yale and in Ohio State University pass ed the Law examination and wasD admitted to the bar He is practicing with his father In Ottawa OhioCIMr Frank Vose foreman bricklayer and mason has gone to Boston Mass for an extended visit among old friends a- Miss Barbara Jackson who has boon III for the past week is sufficiently recovered to be out again Tho last letter from Professor Ellis tells us that he Is improving Bat tie Creek treatment with no doping is repairing him for his coming yearhi In Berea classes on Rev Howard Hudson left Tuesday lor Niagara Falls and Chautauqua He expects to bo away for a week Mr Roberts Supt of the Printing Dept returned with his family TuesIn day from a months visit to Chau lauqua and with his parents In North H castern Ohio The second Sunday in August Is tl be known as Moving In Day lot the Berea Baptist Church Dr W IPIPowell of Louisville will preach the sermon at eleven a m Every one invited to Inspect the Sunday school addition and hear the sermon The Berea Public school will open Monday August 15th The following are the teachers Miss Etta Gay Miss Etta Moore Mrs Maggie Van Wlnkle Mrs John Dean and Miss Edith Early FREE HOMESTEADS from 40 to 160 acres land in Ala Ark Fla La and Miss GIVEN AWAY by UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT to successful applicants Send 25o for information and application form DIXIE HOME FloridaI visiting stu Leslie Perry and Letcher counties for the past ten days He Is now in North Carol ina on invitation of some of the boys that became attached to him during the last year I Prof Edwards has returned from Ohio He was the guest during his absence of a number of former Be i rea students and friends of Berea He also attended the Ohio State Teachers Association at Cedar Point Mr Osborue was in Richmond Mon day j MRS EARLYS FLY TORMENT HOW TO PREVENT IT Ieows that are bitten and pestered all day by flies cant do their best You know that as well 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 CompanyI INCORPORATED Berea Kentucky I Miss Ada M Dlnklemon who left a couple of weeks ago to vis- It Miss Lorena Howards sister at Is now in Kennedy Heights Ohio She expects to teach in Georgia next year Mrs flame Mrs Calfee Mrs Todd nd Mr and Mrs Hudson are the present occupants of Berea Cottage- atChautauquaMrs Gene and Wilson Mr McLaren and family returned from Chautauqua Wednesday morning John Henry and Jack Warrington returned from a successful trip which they have been giving entertainments of a literary and musical naturel J Mrs Bourne of Livingston ami Miss Barker of Lebanon are visit Mrs Wm Galloway LOSTA bunch of keys by Dan Brock in Berea Finder please hand to Dr Davis and receive a re wardBro Jas Madison Combs will at the Union Church next Sunday Aug 7 at 11 a m FOR SALE House and lot on Walnut Street Cottage of five rooms well built nearly new For terms call on Mrs Lido Whyland I Mr Martin Best of Adams Mass Is visiting hIs son Dr Wm 0 BestMrs Anna IL Fay entertained Mr and Mrs Chas Hanson Mr and Mrs Will Hanson and Miss Anna Hanson at Boone Tavern Tuesday night i FOR SALE Grocery store In voice about 100 Best location in Be rea See W O Laccfleld Miss Annie B Murray left last Saturday for her home in Massachusetts She expects to teach next yearIMr and Mrs C F Emerick of Northampton Mass visited tho I college a couple of days last week Miss Fern Slnkey writes from Ohio that she expects to return to Berea this fall and bring a friend with her The last word from Mrs Taylor Isj that she Is no better and that I crisis has not yet been passed r CREAM FLOUR ECONOMY JARS t AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea Ky I 1MIss Anna Fay Hanson who has teaching art In tho Nebraska Wesleyan University at Lincoln Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson She expects to return this fall to Lincoln Easy It is always ensy to retain your con fldenco In your own superior wisdom by deciding that the man who dociui agree with you Is narrowminded 01 a fool- IIIN OLE FERGINNY iContimicil frollllinllgcl Independence was decided and another contains a draft of tho consti tution for the new commonwealth The western section of Virginia is nlso represented for among the pap ers is a petition from Kentucky In Lehalf of two of tho early settlers who had been disabled by their fights with Indians Daniel Boone endorses the petition as a worthy cause On tho wall is the ordinance of secession with tho names affixed Much could be said of the pictures on the wall but space will allow mention of but two Gov Alex Spots woodland his Lady Sllotwood was the energetic young governor who took about thirty of his companions with him to the top of the Blue Illdgo mountains in 1716 and looked Into the valley of tho Shenandoah and tho Alloghanlea beyond To each of that company he gave a miniature horseshoe with the motto Sic Juvat transcendent mon tea NEWS OF THE WEEK I Continued from first page DISTINGUISHED KENTUC1UAH DEADJohn G Carlisle a noted name In Kentucky politics died in New York Sunday night Mr Carl t Islos former home was CovIngton i Ky where ho was born in 1S35 Ho is last but one of the surviving mem bers of the Cleveland cabinet and Is being referred to as the last of the Democratic party Mr Carlisles greatest service to his country was his stand against free silver whllo Secretary of the Treasury in the last Cleveland administration lUll position made him very unpopular with his party In Kentucky On ret- irIng from public life he went to New York where ho has been engaged since In a lucuratIve law practice The funeral is to be held In Washing ton and interment will be in Coving ton Ky- THE OHIO CONVENTlONTho Ohio convention which was in session as wo wont to press last week quick ly completed Its labors and has become party history Tho platform resolutions strongly endorse thu Aldrich tariff and Preldcsnt Taft Warren U Harding editor of the Marion 0 News WAS nominated as tie Republi can standardbearer In the fall campaign for the governorship TENNESSEES FATETennessee e fate for a number of years will he decided Thursday Sho is now in the throes of the most exciting campaign of her history Incidentally the con test is for a free judiciary tho Rep ublicans and free Democrats having united to support independent candi dates for the supreme court in opposl Eldean Patent Flour 70c a bag cash a- tWJTatumsI Fresh Groceri- esII Cor Main St Ierea Kentucky I I GREAT SCOTT ICANT YOU SeE IT 1rrm to Uy YoUR COAL iCAt1 1rIIf 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 o- rHolliday i fib Co Phone 1 69 and 7 1 Berea Ky tlon to the administration candidates The real fight however is against the domination of tho governor in the entire official machinery of the state and for tho enforcement of tho liquor laws The writer has just returned from a trip in Tennessee and ho has never known a people so stirred over an election CRIIIEN ARRESTEDDr H II Crlppen accutcd of murdering his wife In London after eluding tho po lice for two or three weeks was dis covered on the steamship Montrow In midocean by wireless as he was endeavoring to escape to this country Ho was accompanied by his steno grapher Miss Ethel LcNevo who was dressed in boys clothes and travel Ing as a son of Dr Crippen who bad assumed the name of tho Rev Dr Robinson On being arrested both tho accused acknowledged their Identity They are now in jail In Quebec await ing transportation to London where they are soon to be tried MOSQUITOES EXTERMINATED Dr L O Howard of tho Bureau of Entomology has just returned from a visit to Italy where he has been observing the warfare of the Govern ment on mosquitoes Ho reports that the Campagna once a death trap ow ing to the pests Is now the homo of a happy healthful and prosperous ixjople It was In this district that tkesfront the fact It was concluded that the deterioration of tho Roman race wry ii tn irnnrla Cut Prices on Mens and Boys Suits- FJ tt f i or 15 DIfk ti iiIili 1000 Suits Cut to 798r1 I I I 1250 998r j 1500 1198 f fi 1 1800 1298 2000 C f 1498 2250 1698ICome Early and Get First Choice RHODUS 1 HAYES MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY I I Made by GrippeI and thank you for what Cardul has done for me writes Mrs Sarah J CIIInbadtrouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it onlythreedoctors or than any other medicine I ever took Take CARDUIcam =J 42The Womans Tonic theGripbuilds strength steadies the nerves Improves the appetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health Cardul is your best friend If you only knew It Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardul has youRememberIngredients in any other they are not for sale In any drug store except In the Ctardul bottle Try CnrduL Write tot Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Teno for Setttut Instructions and 64Pue book tome Treatment toe Women teat tree STANDARDS fOR OUR SCHOOLS The Demand of Both the Well Regulated and Poorly Regulated Homes I Ideas Vary Most eoplo like to have their children attend good schools but ideas tart as to whut constitutes a good fcliool Thow whoso notions of what constitutes hone government are ra ill defined as to allow tho authority of the parent In tho homo to becoma n mere nothing and whoso childmn must look clowhcrti for tho train ing and culture that only thu homo ought to be expected to give thougn they ore the ones who are most in need of good school advantages aro not always tho best judgia of those advantages nor tho most ready to help maintain them Concern of Faithful Parents Tho character of a school is a mat ter of tho gravest concern to thoso who fully appreciate tho responsibili ties of tho homo and who have discharged tho duties of parents therein most faithfully Tho child coming CroDIII the fireside where no righteous authority Is enforced und where no cut ture Is Imparted and entering n fchool of any standing has nothing to lose but the homo trained on l home cultured child has much that can be lost and may easily become a prey to tho evil influences that school surroundings may offer Whllo tho school should most certainly be n help to tho IMS favored clnss of students It should no less certainly not bo a hindrance to tho more favored In other words It should bo of tho most exalted character Effects of Poor Schools It Is not an Infrequent occurrence that young mon nont from a religious homo to gain the culture of th schools though hundreds of dol1a aII may have bun spent on them re turn ever afterward to be only n mortification to their parents unit friend And girls often return from tchool not only not having learned that which makes them moro attract Ire and useful but having acquired poaltlvelyS I r FioiiRi I I pasIIIlblyverify these statements from observa tion but to deny that tide Is a truo representation or to claim that it IsI would to thoI boIhindmon knowledgIA school or college then which may und should be the greatest factor In I comImunlty bo subversive of tho very interests It Is thought to conserve and foster I Instead of taking up and carrying on tho work Intrusted to it by tho parents at the fireside Instead of be coming tho supplement to the homo I life tho college may poison the foun Lain that supplies It with material High Standard Demanded If the school or college IH admitted to be a factor in character building if It is allowed that true manhood and true womanhood are tho chief alms In life and that purity and llrtuo aro Ideas necessary to the other then what of theIstandard of the school That the standard should be a one Is admitted by all and yet somoI parents I was about to say erage parent care as little sometimes even less what the associations of their children are in school what the character of tho man or woman lIs who may chance to bo their teacher as they do what may bo tho disposi tion of the man who has charge cf their cattle and horses Governed by Family Ideals What of the standard of tho school to which you expect to send your chit drcn nnd to which they In turn may send theirs These observations alon compel the statement that It is next to the family in sacrodncsj and tint by tho Ideals of tho family it shouldIbo regulated It should be so sake of those whose training been begun aright it should be so toIu YOU KNEAD THE DOUGH made with our flour about half along s as you take with ordinary brands Thats a saving of labor It takes mnch less of our Cream o Wheat flour to make a loaf or a cake than it does of many other flours Thats a saving of money It takes less time to bake too Thats a saving of time You need our Cream of Wheat flour BEREA ROLLER MILLSBerea ANDREW ISAACS Prop Bargain inaFarm Boones Gap Ky j 150 acres50 acres in cultivation StoreiPrice Only 105000i r Onehalf in cash Balance to suit purchaser r This farm offers splendid value for the money This price is made for fifteen days only Call or write at once PorterHowell Co Berea Ky- I make up as far as possible what Is I lackIng In the training of others and It should bo so prominently because it has so much to do both In preparing for this life und tho life to come How Am I Helping Let every one who reads this ask himself whether ho agrees and if ho finds that he does and ho Is apt to let him look to seo whether ho has done and is doing all ho can to otherIDoes ho exercise tho right to vote on school questions and does he vote In the Interests of tho best school houses tho best trustees and tho best teach ers or Is he manifesting more interest In his stock- SCHOOLS AN INVESTMENT More than a year ago a Rochester manufacturer wns seated in his otfliw when a telephone message came from tho chamber of commerce asking him to convey to Plttsburg the citys Invitation for the 1910 Play Congress Ho at onco replied that he was too busy to think of making the trip A few moments after while walking a round hIs workshop he noticed a now taco Upon inquiring lie found that tho workman had recently como up SouthI to como all tho manufac turerWell said tho workman I thought of my three children I wanted to give them all the advantages I could possibly afford The schools In my small southern community were not as good an I wished in RochesI good deal of a sacrifice for 1 loft a foremans job in Georgia to work at the bench here But when I think of what it means for the future of my children tho sacrifice Is forgotten and I am glad I clime It took scarcely a moments reflection to lead tho manufacturer back to his office and his voice was soon traveling over the telephone wire to the Chamber of Commerce saying that he would go to Plttsburg to try and secure the Play Congress for the benefit It would be for nil Rochester children Tho Survey DARK CLOUDS Continued from Pint raget Double Fight On It can easily be seen then why the Interest for a few weeks has boon focused on the Ohio situation The Republicans have two things to do in Ohio They have to defeat Harmon for Governor this fall In order to defeat him for the presidency In 1912 and they have to elect a Republican for governor In order to elect Republican congressmen and hold the party Iln power In congress the next two I Doubt as to Candidate Many Standpatters thought that Congressman Longworth was tho man who could accomplish these things Tho Insurgents and all Democrats if the Democrats thought anybody could i do It believed that Garfield was the man and the truth remains that tho Democrats were only fearful ofi an Insurgent platform because an aIDemocratsebut because tho Democrats are begIn nlng to stand for the things that the progressive Republicans are ad vocating Ugly Controversy- In tho midst of this diversity ol opinion an ugly controversy is deve loping Boss Cox was defeated but turned his defeat Into a victory OB most political bosses are able to do at the last moment for It was Cox HamiltonfCox did it quickly after ho found that Senator Burton and Mr Garfield would never stand for his man Brown It was thought that after tho first skirmish Coxs influence would go to Longworth for it is generally ad mitted that Longworth has held his plnco In congress only by permission of Cox but Cox seems to have rem embered the blow struck at his au thority by President Taft five years ago and he was also mindful of a I eulogy pronounced upon him by Hard Ing about the same time and so seems to have concluded to pay two debts at once He would secure Hard Ings nomination making him hIs second choice when his first Judge Brown could not win and at the same time get revenge on President Taft by his failure to support Long worthThe controversy which bids fair to add to the impending disaster is between Cox and Burton Cox is up bradlng Burton for not fulfilling an alleged promise to turn his Influence to Brown and comes out with an at fidavit purporting to have witnesses j to the effect that Burton had made such a promise Burton emphatically denies and withal the Democrats laughConfronting the Ohio situation how could tho president afford toI make political speeches and why should former President Roosevelt not bo silent Cannon Raises Storm But tho Ohio situation Is not the only disturbing factor In Republican councils Tho clouds began to rise when Speaker Cannon began his ram page in Kansas two weeks ago It is admitted on all sides that he broke out of the traces It was his first ex I perience on tho Chautauqua platform and for the hopes of the president and the success of tho party ho had better have stayed off It was thought that Cannon and Cannonlsm could be deflected and not made an issue in the fall campaign It was generally known that the reason tho Insurgents i did not carry out their plan of deposing Cannon at the close of the last session of congress was that they thought a virtual promise had been secured from him that he would not stand for reelection next sesIsion It is reported that a Standpatters VlcoProsldent Sherman and Senator Crane of Mass for InstancerealizIng the gravity of the situation urged Mr Cannon to an pounce that ho would not again become a candidate for the speakershlp and while he did not definitely pro mise that ho would not they thought that he was sufficiently impressed at least to keep mum as to his inten tions But no sooner had he mount ed the platform in Kansas than hoI virtually announced his candidacy the opeakershlp and began to flay I as only Cannon can flay the Incur gents of the middle west ImmedIate- ly hornets began to buzz All at onco Congressman Murdock Senator Cum mlns and Senator Bristow were on his trail and Cannon and AldrIch and the tariff have had a constant and sufficient airing by these ablo InsurgentsLooks Like Defeat It is this as well as developments in Ohio that make the outlook oml nous A few weeks ago we thought of Taft and Roosevelt as in the saddle and harmonlzers and of an undivid ed party in the campaign in the fall but now it looks as if the party were doomed to failure in Ohio and the split in the middle west beyond rev pair What the future has in store no ono dares to say openly Thera Is but ono thing certain and that IsI that only the Democrats can muster up courage enough to smile Let us hope for brighter skies but accept no compromise with dishonor j GLADES SrSr CONVENTION The District Sunday School conven tion was held at the Glade ChrisI tian church Sunday July 31st proved to bo a very enjoyable and profitable meeting After some inspiring singing theI devotional services were conducted by Mr T J Osborne then welcome and kindly greetings were extended by Mrs T J Flanery Supt of the Glade Christian Sunday school The subject How to Create Inter est in tho Sunday School was dis cussed by Mr J M Combs and Teaching Methods was Illustrat ed and discussed by Mr W H PorterMr Howard Hudson took up the subject of The Splrtual Work In tho Sunday School and tho question Does tho Sunday School Pay was ably answered by Mr J W Herndon Rev Mr Wills pastor of the Baptist church gave a talk on General Work in the Sunday School and ChurchThe addresses wero highly appre ciated by the largo nudlenceIThe singing in charge of Mr Geo Dick and volunteers tho solo by Miss Lillian Ambrose all helped to make the gathering ono of profit nnd inspiration to all Sunday school workers and I do not hesitate to add that tho cordiality extended by the friends of the Glade church to the visitors contributed largely to the success of the convention The officers elected for the ensu- Ing year are Jas A Burgess W H Porter and J W Herndon After a fine report from the School and the announcement of tho County convention to be held in tho College Chapel Aug 27th the convention was dismissed with the benediction by Rev Mr Wllks Jas A Burgess A FLYER AT- ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLANIC EXPERIMENT- Our rates are rightthey- let people know your goods and prices are right Run a series of ads in this paper If results show other conditions being equal speak to us about a years contract s K s THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY ICopJrIbl1 hr WC U Announcement Subscriptions are now being received for stock in the United States Savings Bank which will be established in Berea The proposed capital of the Bank is 50000 The price of each share of stock is loooa price that will enable people of moderate as well t as large means to become stockholders Seldom have the people of Madison County and Eastern Kentucky been offered such a sound high grtde investmentan investment that afi fords both unquestioned safety and a substantial return r Applications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea i Kentucky Some 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 G E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker United States Savings Bank Berea Ky IINTENSIVE FARMING European Farms and Farming Methods some of which should be Helpful to our Mountain Farmers Letter from F O CLARK rGeneva SwitzerlandJuly The Citizen It has just occurred to me that I promised The Citizen some letters this summer but when I think of all the strange and grand things that I have seen it is hard to decide which to attempt to descrlbo I am to start on a trip up the snow capped Mt Blanc in thirty minutes BO I must limit this letter to that time I shall write only of the coun try as It Is that feature of Europe that interests me most Holland and Belgium are quite alike and I shall discuss them to gether View from Channel As we approach these from the English Channel countrlesI thing that attracts our the long line of dikes which are so high that only the red tiled roofs of the houses beyond may be seen ThoIcountry is covered with a canals upon which may bo seen many long low flat boats two or three of which are drawn by one tug The canals roads und fields are all marked by long rows of tall poplar trees These like nearly all other trees in this section have been planted byi the people and are cared for like the gardens Large herds of beautiful Holstein cattle are seen in the fields with here and three a flock of sheep Industry of the PeopleITho grass Is very 01 children ant men and women with wooden shoes are working putting up the hay Every foot of ground oven the dikes Is In use The farms and fields arc very small but groat quantities of vegetables and dairy products are produced Horses and Dogs Draw Loads IThe horses are almost like elephants weighing from 2000 to 3000 Ibs One horse will draw a load equal to a four horso American load I saw a carload of lumber put onto ono wa gon and drawn by one team The freight cars here are not as largo as those In the States As you go into the titles and towns you see small wagons drawn by one two and some times threo dogs which are hllchellI under the wagon A woman man pushes the wagon so as to help the dogs They sell tho milk vegetab les or fruit that they have brought from the country In these dog carts Tho prices are about the some as In Kentucky I IFruits and Vegetablesi The most common fruits on the market now are cherries strawber ries and gooseberries the vegetables about the same as we have in Ken tucky with some new kinds that JI had never seen be How CoreIIn France the land is higher and not quite as rich and well cared for as in Holland und Belgium but much better cared for than in our country Industry Defeats Rains I It has rained so much this year that the crops are not as good as usual The wheat and huy are flat on the ground and in many places under water but the farmers are all at work cutting and carrying out the crops by hand and drying them on the high places I am afraid we Ameri LbaI f they have nothing elso ou which to live i Yesterday I came from PariIFrance to Geneva u distance of nearly 400 miles and as It was almost the first day in weeks that it had not rained thousands of people were in the fields Like and Unlike Ky Hills As we go south In France the land is more hilly and in the southeast pro part the hills are about like the roughest part of Kentucky But the hillsides are covered with beautiful vineyards and orchards and on the top of the hills the trees are protected They do not just plant the trees themj cultivating them and spraying them to keep the Insects and fungus dis eases off No Gullies Every one seems to expect a good crop this year for the rain does not harm the hilly fields They keep the soil from washing by building stone walls and leaving strips of grass around the hills I did not see a single place where the gulleys are washed In tho fields as we have in Kentucky I believe a farmer hero would sit up all night if it was necessary to keep the soil from washing away IFine Roads above all that I must mention is the fine roads every where We could look upon the mountain sides and see people rldng wheels and others touring the country In automobilesNational Holiday Yesterday the 14th was the great French day that corresponds to the American Fourth of July and every hIsIyou can not Imagine tho feeling that we had when we looked away up the mountain 500 feet above the train and saw four great automobiles flying the American flag and higher AlpsIDelivering Milk We reached Geneva about eight oclock In the evening and after supper went down to the lake and saw some tine fire works Early this morning I heard the sound of little bells and as I looked out of the v lmlow I saw a flock of about 20 goats They were delivering milk Each person that wanted some sat down and milked a goat and paid the driver There were eight customers milking at one time iAIr thirty minutes have expired I goI but a day or two in a place letter will likely be from Germany I will attend the Passion Play July 24th Vltb bist wishes to my Berea friends Francis Clark USE ALLENS FOOTEASE The antiseptic powder to be ahaken Into the boes U yon hare tired aching feet try Allen1 FootEaie ltroslalhfeet andmake netrortight beet easy UeltnnIs eta Dont accept Aft lubmtutt For KlIEB trial package addreu Anon S Olmated Le Roy N Y I 1 Mfle DIVAPLJB1IIj RloNClMwrODDAUTHOR Or vIlHACltlc3f 7hU I i I z LUCTRATJOCMY sQ WEII CQPYHJCHT WT 6Y ffl flOft CKAWfOXO SYNOPSIS Caraka a Tartar girl became enamored o t golden bearded stranger who was piupecllng and studying herbs In theI vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine ot rubles hoping that the would love her In return for her dllcIosure They were followed to the cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the entrance and drew off the water supply leaving the couple to die Barakai cousin Bead her betrothed to climb j down a cliff overlooking the mine but the traveler stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car rll dug hll way out ot the tunnel and departed desertln the girl and carrying a of rubles Baraka gathered all the I pms the could carry and started In pur suit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous donna became engaged In London to Konstantln Lo rothetl a wealthy Greek financier hero a intimate friend WILl Countess known as Lady Maud whose husband had been killed by a bomb In St Peters burg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an Amert cn who had become one the rIchest wen In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London aa coon as he heard of her betrothal He offered Lady Maud J5000000 for charity If she would aid him In winning the singer from Logothctl Baraka ap proached Logothetl at Versailles with rubles to sell He presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and sent It to Venice He was visited by Baraka In male attire She gave him a ruby after the American hsd 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 garetnre given him Count Krallnsky a Russian arrived at Bayreuth Van Torp believed pursuingDarakacharge of stealing from Pinney a jeweler the ruby sbe had sold to Logothetl Two strangers wer the thieves ICHAPTER VII Contlnuod But after ho was gone Spiro was heard calling loudly though not rude ly or violently from hIs place of con finement JMrman come speaklI e and asked what he wanted In his broken English ho explained very clearly that Baraka had a friend in London who was oue of the great of the earth and who would certainly prove her Innocence vouch for her character and cause her to bo set at large without delay if ho knew of her troubleWhat Is tub gentlemans name inquired the policeman Tho name of Barakas friend was Konstantln Logothetl and Spiro knew the address of the lodgings he always kept in St James place Very well said the policeman Til speak to the officer at once- I thank very much sir Spiro answered and he made no more noise whenij Queer case this ho observed Heres tie thief appealing to the owner of the stolen property for help and the owner is one of those million afro financiers and the thief Is u jove I f girl In Inns clcthes By the by Sampson till Mrs Mowle to get out aqne womens slops and dress her t4saeuUr while I see If 1 can flail Mr 1 J = r Logothetl by telephone Theyll be likely to know something about him at the bank It hes not at home and he may come to find out whats the matter It Mrs Foxwell should look In and want to see the girl let her in of course without asking me If shes in town shell bo here before long for Ive telephoned to her house as usual when theres a girl in trou bleThere was a sort of standing un official order that In any case of a girl or a young woman being locked up Mrs Foxwell was to know of It and she had a way of remembering a great many sergeants names and do- Ing kind things for their wives at Christmas time which further dis posed them to help her in her work But the London police are by nature the kindliest set of men who keep order anywhere in the world and they will readily help a man or wom an who tries to do good in a sensible practical way and if they are sometimes a little prejudiced in favor of their own perspicuity in getting up a case let that policeman of any other country who Is quite without fault throw the first stone at their brave goodnatured heads Logothetl was not at his lodgings in St James place and from each of two clubs to which the officer telephoned rather at random the only an swer was that he was a member but not in the house The officer wrote a line to his rooms and sent it by a messenger to be given to him as soon as ho came in It was late in the hot afternoon when Mrs Foxwell answered the mes sage by coming to the police station herself She was at once admitted to Barakas cell and the door was herI on the pallet bed calico skirt and a I I She Grasped Lady Maude Arm loose white cotton Jacket which Mrs Mowle had brought and had insisted that sbe must put on and her mans clothes had been taken from her with all her other belongings She sat up forlorn pale and lovely as the kind visitor entered and stood beside her Poor child I exclaimed the lady touched by her sad eyes What can I do to help you Baraka shook her head for she did not understand Then she looked up Into eyes almost as beautiful as her own and pronounced a name slowly and so distinctly that it was impos sible not 10 hear each syllable Konstantln Logothetl Tho lady started as well she might for she was no other than Lady Maud who called herself by her own family name Mrs Foxwell in her work amongst the poor women of LondonBaraka saw the quick movement and understood that Logothetl was wnll known to her visitor See grasped Lady Maudt arm with both her small hands and looked up to her face with a beseeching took that could not M misunderstood She wished c Logothetl to bo informed of her capS tivity and was absolutely confident that he would help her out of her trouble Lady Maud was less sure of that however and said so but It was soon clear that Baraka did not speak a word of any language known to Lady Maud who was no great linguist at best Under these circum stances It looked as If there wero nothing to be done for tho poor girl who made all sorts of signs of dis tress when she saw that the English woman was about to leave her in sheer despair of being of any use Just then however the sergeant camo to the door and Informed tho visitor that the girl had an accomplice who spoke her language and knew some English and that by stretching a point he would bring the man if Mrs Fox well wished to talk with him The result was that in less than half an hour Lady Maud heard from Spiro a most extraordinary tale of which the did not believe a single word To her plain English mind it all seemed perfectly mad at first and on reflection she thought it an out rageous attempt to play upon her credulity whereas she was thoroughly eonvlnced that the girl had come to grief In some way through Logo theft and had followed him from Con stantinople probably supporting herself and her companion by stealing on the way Lady Mauds husband had been a brute but ho know the east tolerably well having done some military duty in tho Caucasus before he entered the diplomatic service his stories had chiefly Illustrated tho profound duplicity of all Asiatics and she had not seen any reason to disbelieve them When Spiro had nothing more to say therefore she rose from tho only seat there was and shook her head with an air of utter incredulity min gled with the sort of pitying contempt she felt for all lying in general She could easily follow the case by the help of the sergeant and the police court reports and she might be able to help Baraka hereafter when the girl bad served tho sentence she would certainly get for such an im portant and cleverly managed theftI The poor girl implored and wept in vain Lady Maud could do nothing and would not stay to be told any more insane stories about ruby mines In Tartary She called the sergeant freed herself from Barakas despair- Ing hold on her hand and went out And when she thought of what must have gone before and of the part Lo gotbeti had almost certainly played In the girls life her anger was roused and sho sat down and wrote to Margaret on the impulse of the moment She gave a detailed account of her experience at the police station Including especially a description of the way Baraka had behaved in trying to send a message to Logothetl I tell you quite frankly Lady Maud wrote in conclusion that my friend Mr Van Torp has begged me very urgently to use any friendly in flucnco I may possess to induce you to reconsider your engagement because he hopes that you will accept him Instead You will not think any less well of him for that A man may ask his best friend to help him to marry the girl he Is in love with I am sure I told him that I would not do anything to make trouble between you and Logo It I am making trou ble now by writing all this it is therefore not to help Mr Van Torp but because the impression I have had about Logo has really frightened me for you I made such a wretched taU ure of my own married life that I have some right to warn a friend who seems to be on the point of doing just the same thing You have a right to be sure that the man you marry is quite free and that you wont sud denly meet a lovely eastern girl of 20 who claims him after you think ho Is yours and your friend has a right to warn you If she feels sure that ho is mixed up in some affair that isnt over yet- I dont know whero Logo is but If bo were near enough I should go to him and tell him what I think Of course ho is not In town nowno body is and Ive only stayed on to clear everything out of my house now that Im giving it up I supposo he is with you though you said you did not want him at Bayreuth Show him this letter It you like for Im quite ready to face him if hes angry at my interference I would even join you in Paris if you wanted me for I have nothing to do and strange to say I have a little money Ive sold almost all my furniture you know so Im not such a total pauper ns usual But in any case answer this please and tell me that I have done right or wrong just as you feel about Itand then we will go on boo- Ing friends or say goodby whichever you decide Lady Maud signed this long letter and addressed It to Miss Margaret Donne at Bayreuth feeling sure that it would be delivered even without the name of the hotel which sbo did not know But the Bayreuth post office was overworked during the lim ited time of the performances end it happened that tho extra assistant through whose hands the letter passed for distribution either did not know that Miss Donno was the famous Cor dova or did not happen to remember the hotel at which she was stopping or both and it got plgeon holed under D to be called for The consequence was that Margaret did not receive It until tae morning after the perform r ance of Parsifal to which she had taken Van Torp though It had left London only six hours after him for such things will happen even In ex tremely well managed countries when people send letters InsufllcIeLtly ad dressedFurthermore it also happened that Logothotl was cooling himself on tho deck of his yatch in the neighborhood of Penzance while poor Baraka was halfstifled in the police station For the yacht which was a very comfor tablo one though no longer new and not very fast according to modern Ideas was at Cowes waiting to ba wanted and when her owner parted from Van Torp after promising to dlno on the next day but one It oc curred to him that the smell of the wood pavements was particularly nasty that It would make no real dif ference whether he returned to Pin neys at once or in tw days or two weeks since the ruby he had left must bo cut before it was mounted and that ho might just as well take the fast train to Southampton and get to sea for 36 hours This he did after telegraphing his salling master to have steam as soon as possible and as he had only just time to reach tho Waterloo station he did not even take the trouble to stop at his lodgings lie needed no luggage for he had everything he wanted on board and his man was far too well used to his ways to be surprised at his absence The consequence of this was that when Barakas case came up tho next morning there was no one to say a word for her and Spiro Mr Pinney identified the rubyto the best of his beller as the one stolen from his counter the fact that Baraka had been disguised In mans clothlug was treated as additional evidence and she and Spiro were sent to Brlxton jail accordingly Spiro protesting their innocence all tho while In eloquent but disjointed English until he was told to hold his tongue Further Lady Maud read the police court report in an evening paper cut it out and sent It to Margaret as a document confirming the letter she had posted on the previous evening and owing to the same insufficiency In the address the two missives were delivered together Lastly Mr Pinney took the big ruby back to his shop and locked It up in his safe with a satisfaction and a sense of profound relief such as he had rarely felt in a long and honorable life and he would have been born fled and distressed beyond words If he could have even guessed that ho had been the means of sending an Innocent and helpless girl to prison One thing more which concerns this tale happened on that same day Two well dressed men drove up to tho door of a quiet and very respectable hotel In tho West end and they asked for their bill and packed their belong- Ings which were sufficient though not numerous and when they had paid what they owed and given the usual tips they told the porter to call two hansoms and each bad his things put on one of them and they nodded to each other and parted and one han som drove to Euston and the other to Charing Cross and whether they over met again I do not know and it docs not matter but In order to clear Barakas character at once and to avoid a useless and perfectly trans parent mystery It is as well to say directly that It was the young man who drove to Euston on his way to Liverpo and New York who had Logothetls ruby sewn up in his waist coat pocket and that tho ruby really belonged to Margaret since Logothctl had already given it to her before he bad brought It to Mr Pinney to be cut and set But the knowledge of what is here imparted to the reader who has already guessed this much of tho truth would not help Baraka out of Brlxton jail whore the poor girl found herself in very bad company Indeed even worse perhaps than that In which Spiro was obliged to spend his time CHAPTER VIII Margaret received her friends let ter and the account of Barakas trial by the same post on tho morning after she and Mr Van Torp had been to hear Parsifal together and she opened the two envelopes before read I Ing her other letters though alter MS surlng herself that there was nothing from Logothetl She read the newspaper cutting first supposing that it contained something flattering about herself for she had been a little short of public admiration for nearly a fortnight Ba rakas caso was reported with the rather brutal simplicity which harac terizes such accounts in the English papers and Logothetls name ap peered In Mr PInneys evidence Thoro had been the usual laughter dulr noted by tho stenographer when the poor girls smart mans clothes were produced before the magistrate by the policeman who had arrested her The magistrate had made a few stern remarks when ordering tho delinquents to prison and had called Baraka hardened because she did not burst Into tears Tat was all and there Were barely flve and twenty lines of small print But the prima donna bit her hand some lip and her eyes sparkled with anger as she put the cuttlnjr back Into the first envelope and took tho folded letter out of tho other The girt had not only stolen a ruby but tit was Margaret ruby her yery own tho one Logothetl had given her for her engagement and which she had insisted upon having set as a ring though it would cover more than half the space between her knuckle and the joint of her third finger Further it had been stolen by the very girl from whom Logothetl had pretended that he had bought it a tact which cast tho high light of absurdity on his unlikely story It was natural enough that sho should have seen it and should have known that he was tak- Ing it to Plnneys and that sho should have been able to prepare a little screw of paper with a bit of glass inside to substitute for It The im probabilities of such an explanation did not occur to Margaret who saw only the glaring fact that the hand some Tartar girl had accompanied Logothetl between London and Paris dlsgulshcd u a man and had ulti mately robbed him as he richly deserved She had Imposed upon Torp too and had probably VaI sell him the very stone she had from Logothetl and tho one she had made him take as a gift was nothing but a bit of glass as ho said It might be for all ho know She devoured Lady Mauds letter In a few moments and then read It twice again which took so long that Mrs Rushmore sent Justine to tell Potts to ask If Miss Donne did not mean to go out that morning though the weather was so flue Great singers generally develop n capacity for flying Into rages even If they have not been born with hot tempers It Is very bad for the voice but It seem to be a part of the life Margaret was very angry and Potta became as meek and mild as a little lamb when she saw the storm signals In her mistress face She delivered her message in a pathetic and op Was pressed tone like a child reciting the collect for the day at a Sunday school The prima donna Imposing as a young lioness walked slowly back wards and forwards between her win dow and the foot of tho iron bed stead There was an angry light in her eyes and instead of flushing asher cheeks did for any ordinary fit of temper they were as white as wax Potts who gas a small woman seemed to shrink and become visibly smaller as she stood waiting for an answer Suddenly tho lioness stood still and surveyed the poor little jack al that served her Ask Mrs Rushmoro It she can watt half an hour she said Im very angry Potts and Its not your fault so keep out of the way Margarets wrath did not subside quickly and ns it could not spend Itself on any Immediate object it made her feel as If she wero In a raging fever Her temples throbbed her hands trembled and were as hot as fire her lips were drawn and parched and when she caught sight of Leraof in the she MW t a that she was quite white and that her eyes wero bloodshot But she was really a sensible Eng although she was so very IIsbflrl This Is ridiculous I she said aloud with emphasis I wont be so silly And she sat down to try and think quietly t- It was not so easy A Tartar girl cIndeed More probably a handsome no wonder that they had sue ceeded in deceiving her for a while the two orientals together I They had actually made Rufus Van Torp be lien their story which must have been a very different matter from ly- Ing to a credulous young woman who had let herself fall In lovel But for her friend Lady Maud she would still be their victim Her heart went out to the woman who had saved Los from her fate and with the thought came the Impulse to send a massage of gratitude and the first fury of her anger subsided with the Impulse to de so By and by it would cool and baden to a lasting resentment that would not soften again liar hand still shook so that she could hardly hold the pen steady while she wrote the telegram grateful It can join me here will gladly wait for you Must see you at onto Do coma She felt better as she rose from the table and when she looked at herself In the mirror she saw that her face had changed again and that her natural color was returning She rang for Potta remembering tat the balf hour must be almost UD Potts Margaret said Ive been in a rage but Im only angry now DC I look like a human being ugatnT Yes maam answered the maid Inspecting her gravely You are still She Saw TfgafSho Quite White IIhot lookingglass GreekIt Unspeakably a bit pale urn aw and your eye Is a trifle wild I may say A motor veil perhaps if you are thinking of going out maam- I havent got such a thing have IT I payer motor now Potts smiled the smile of tho very superior maid and moved towards a perfectly new leather hatbox that stood In tho corner- I always put In two for Ilea maam she said You wore one J when we crossed tho channel the last time It you remember Potts youro a treasure Yes maam Iotts answered vaguely In her meek voice as she dived Into one ot the curious secret pockets of tho hatbox That la maam sho said correctng herself I mean Its very kind of you u say so TO BE CONTINUED English Jew In Hlo Position Herbert Samuel who was recently nand as chancellor of Lancastetiwith a seat U the cabinet first Jew to attain to that distinction In England WEAK KUWaSS WEAKEN THE WHOLE BODY No chain la stronger than Ita weak est link No thanhiswork colds strains etc weaken the kid wholebody sUghteltkldner DoansKldnor especiallyfor LajOle saysImyformermore than a few minutes at a time My rest was broken and my nervous system shattered Had Doans Kidney Pills not come to my attention 1 firmly believe I would be In my grave They cured me after doctors had 4Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers CO cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y THE LIMIT r lAndladyMr Hall Roome Is about tho meanest man I evor mot Mrs SlowpayWhats the trouble LAndladyWants mo to reduce the prlco of his board because hes lost two teeth SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD NOT SLEEP I write to tell you how thankful I am for tho wonderful Cutlcura Rem edict My little niece had eczema for five years and when her mother died I took caro of tho child It was all over her face and body also on her head She scratched no that she could not sleep nights I used Cutlcura Soap to wash her with and then ape plied Cutlcura Ointment I did not use quite half tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment together with Cutlcura Re solvent when you could see a change and they cured her nicely Now she Is eleven years old and has never been bothered with eczemallnceMy friends think It is Just great the way tho baby was cured by Cutlcura I send you a picture taken when shn was about 18 months old She was taken with tho eczema when two years old She was covered with big sores and her mother had all the best doctors and tried all kinds of salves and medicines without effect until wo used Cuticura Remedies Mrs H Klcrnan CC3 Quincy St Brooklyn N Y Sept 271909- Merely a Prevaricator- A doctor relates the following story I had n patient who was very 111 and who ought to have gone to a warmer climate so 1 resolved to try what hyp notism would do for him I had a large sun painted on the coiling of his room and by suggestion Induced him to think It was tho sun which would cure him Thu ruse succeeded and he was getting better rapidly when one day on my arrival I found be was deadDid It fall after all then f liked one of tho doctor hearers No replied the doctor he died of sunstroke A Protection Against the Hut When you begin to think Its a per sonal matter between you and tho sun to see which Is the hotter buy your self a glass or a bottle of CocaCola It Is cooling relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink At soda fountains and carbonated in bottles 6c everywhere Send 2c stamp for booklet The Truth About CocaCola and the CocaCola Baseball Record Book for 1910 The latter contains the famous poem Casey At The flat records schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball Information compiled by au thorities Address Tho CocaCola Co Atlanta Ga He Knew the Kind Little Edward aged four was an only child lie was anxious for a baby sister and was talking of it one day with a friend of the family In the friends family was a baby girl of one year The lady said Edward you may have my baby she Is pretty and sweet Oh said Edward I dont want an old baby I want a bran new one wlf nomn on but tncum powderRed lien IElbert Hubbard on Suffering Elbert Hubbard editor of the Philis tine says Most of tho suffering In this life comes front too much work or too little Ho could have left off that too little and he would have left It off had he referred to washday suffer ing There has been too much work on wash day for tho women but now wo have Easy Task soap that does the work easily quickly cleanly and suro lyand docs half the work all by It self It is the cleanest purest white laundry soap made and sold at five cents a cake i OWR often why woman members of a burlesque show require dressing rooms KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH JURY 18 COMPLETED Retrial of Negro Whose Crime Nearly Caused a Race Riot Franklin KyAfter exhausting a venire of 100 men In an effort to so euro a Jury to try Rufus Browder charged with tho murder of James Cunningham of nussollvlll a Jury was finally accepted by both sides Browder who Is a negro shot and killed James Cunningham a farmer of Logan county two years ago nearly causing a race riot at tho time A mob formed and went after Browder but finding that he had been removed to Bowling Green hanged four other no greet incarcerated In Ilussellvlllo Jail charged with being members of a so trot negro order Browdor afterward was sentenced to hang by a Logan county Jury but the court of appeals granted a new trial after which ho was granted a change of venue STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Electric Light Plant Is Put Out of Commission Hawcsvllle KAn extremely Deere electrical rain and hall storm began hero and lasted for one hour and a half The rain was almost equal to a cloudburst Bridges Were swept away over many creeks which are all out of their banks and the damage to crops will reach up into the thou caiHs Many of the streets here are Inundated and cellars art filled with water IJghtnlng put the electric light plant out ot commission and tho town Is In total frkncss DENIED A DIVORCE Granted Order of Separation and Cus tody of Child Lexington KyIn the case ot Louise Pcrln Bottom vs Fern K not tom Judge Watts Parker In circuit court denied a decree of dlvorco but granted an order of separation from bed and board directing that ther daughter aged 7 bo given Into tho custody of Mrs Lillian DoBaun a sis ter of tho defendant who resides In Mercer county Attorney for Mrs Bottom excepted- to the ruling and will supersede the judgment regarding the custody of the child and will take an appeal Mrs Bottom brought tho action on the grounds of cruel treatment The df tendant answered with a charge ot Improper conduct on tho part of tne plaintiff and asked that he bo grant ed divorce Many depositions were taken In the case Bottom making an oltort to establish his charge that wife frequented the Latonla taco track- and other places of pleasure In and near Cincinnati In company with men SPRANG FROM A BUGGY Covington KyAn unfortunate ac client occurred that cost the life ot George Aufdcrheldc aged GO employ ed by Merchant J It Coppln also of this city In company with Brlnkmann Aufderhcldo was drivin over one of the thoroughfares of for mer Latonla The horse became frightened and ran away Aufdcrheldc believing the vehicle was about to collide with a telegraph pole and seeing danger ahead sprang from the wagon falling on his head and fracturing his skull Brinkmann grabbed the reins kept the horse from colliding with the pole and aftct ringing It to a standstill ran back to where his companion lay and found him a corpse Coroner James Wise viewed the remains and returned a verdict accordingly Aufderheldo made his home on the Coppln place THREE KILLED BY TRAINS Central City KyAs Charles Mar tin a negro barber Jumped off a freight train the side of his head ant ight arm wero ground off While Joseph Dougherty car in- Spector and repairer was at work his bead was cut off In the Illinois Central fards As Doughertys body was being car vied to the undertaking establishment t telegram was received announcing nat Kennedy Mains the 19yearold ton of John T Mains of Render for mer president of the United Mine- Workers of America had been ground- to a pulp by a freight tram bound for Louisville RIPPED HOLE IN BALLOONI Louisville KyAfter ascending 2GOO feet In a balloon near lllvervlew t Park Jack Castle tho balloonist tried to release the valve on tho gas bag but instead ripped a hole In it and the balloon dropped suddenly to the ground He landed on a sewer cap on Broadway and the balloon fell on top of him He would have been smothered to death had not some near by workmen pulled him from under the wreckage Ho escaped with a few alight bruises ii Kentucky Intelligence I I FrankfortThe board of agricul ture forestry and Immigration will meet In Louisville to consider mat ters connected with the state fair Only routine work will bo considere- dFrankfortSenator Conn Linn of Murray resigned as a member of the board of regents of the Western Kentucky I normal school The resignation i is effective September 1 No succes sor has been appointed Georgetown S S Orfutt Co a grain firm with extensive interests In the south assigned The liabilities are given as 140006 and the assets as half that sum The firm was founded 2b years ago Carlisle The confederate veterans of Bracken Robertson Harry son Pendleton Grant Nicholas and other adjoining counties are prepar- Ing for a big reunion which will beheld at McKcnncysburg Ky July 30 Whltesburg Mrs Edward Seals 48 formerly of this Letcher county a member of tho Cook family of Rock house died at Norton Va east of here after a brief Illness of scarlet fever She leaves a husband and several childre- nIondonAs tho result of an acct dent Luther Warren 18 years old shot and killed his friend Lewis Stewart aged 15 years at Pittsburg three miles north of here rho ball went through the boys era and en tered his abdomen Horse Cavo Wind and rainstorm at Censer IB miles east of here blew down tho Methodist cvhurch Tho cXthnngoIng across them Barns and other buildings were damaged OwensboroA M Allen one of the oldest citizens of this county died of old age at tho home of his niece Mrs N B Cooke Ho was 84 years old and Is survived by four daughters lie was one of the pioneer merchants and tobacco dealers in this county Richmond When n section of stats collapsed during a performance of John Robinsons circus hero five per sons wero seriously hurt and scores of others scratched and bruised Tho fallen Bcctlon contained more than 200 loplo and It Is nothing short of miraculous that some wero not killed Owcnsboro Eugene E Pools a young man serving a ninemonths sen tence In the county Jail on the charge of having robbed the malls while a mall clerk on the train between Hop klnsvllle and Nashville condo an ef fprt to end his life In his cell by tak ing six powerful headache tablets WinchesterTbe highest record price over paid for Kentucky blue grass seed was paid when the pooled crops of Clark Bourbon and Montgom I cry counties wero purchased by tho Ohio Supply Co of Cincinnati at 9161 per bushel for August delivery and means a price of 3 per barrel for the cleaned seed In October This is duo to the short crop i Klkton Milliard Monroe 16 acci dentally shot and killed himself at hU homo near Allegree north of this place lie was playing with a shotgun and blowing Into the barrel as though it wore a horn when the weapon was antennasrhie wound from which death was in btantaneousNlcholasvllle Mr and Mrs Chas Burgh received a telegram stating that their oldest son Milton Elliot Burgtn of Company M Thirteenth United States infantry was killed In a wreck at Tuscoe Mont lIe was about 23 years old and enlisted nearly joygIng In the near future Hlckman John Wright stabbed and killed Charlie Poole a negro Poole it Is alleged bumped Into Wright on the sidewalk and this started ue trouble The negro threw stones at Wright it Is alleged striking him in the head and cutting his head severe ly Wright then started after the ne gro the affair coming to a handto hand conflict with knives London Clarence 1 Slppla who has been doing a wholesale and retail business In grain feed groceries lum ber buggies wagons etc under the name of tho laurel Feed Co and also running an Ice cream factory livery and training stable has been adjudged a bankrupt orders to that effect haying been entered In the office of the clerk nt the United States district court hore- Dawson Springs A cloudburst struck this place accompanied by a brilliant electrical storm Much dam age was done to growing crops A bridge at St Charles was washed away resulting in the loss of one life Uoldle halo 11 was driving in a buggy with two other children and attempted to cross the tottering bridge When close to the middle of the span the structure gave way and othersILawrenceburg The case of the commonwealth against the distillers of Anderson county was decided here quarterlyJudge Morgan In his decision held that the storage on whisky was in come and not property and therefore not taxable Frankfort Requisition on the ROT ernor of Kentucky from the governor of Mississippi for the return to that state of John Brown tho negro who wholisreceived here I THE MARKETS II Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red U02 a103 No4 red XbaJOc CornNo z white b8kaUUc No 4 white bbab7ykc No V yellow CTaoTVfcc NO 4 yellow 4atiic No 2 mixed biaoTVic yellow ear ova toe mixed ear bbatiic whIte ear boa Gtr UatsNoS white lual6l c new 43c stnaard white 4oa4lic No 2 mixed ioaUVic roo a mixed 42a43c BarleyNo 2 spring 7aaV4c JNO 3 70800 RyeNo 2 aOaSic No 4 C5a 72c Mall Spring barley tjoaauc low grade h5c Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 61Va7 butcher steers extra fblUaCU good to choice JSlOaf heifers extra 55U common to fair 275aJiiG cows extra ff a5it good to choice f425a4HO canners lite i bulls extra 4Ga4UO fat bulls 4fi5a52C Calves Kxtra 875a9 fair to good 7aS50 Hogs Selected heavy I 58i3aS46 mxled packers jftJUasby stags Ca common to choice heavy tat sows f 2Ga7 light shipper 91Ua 920 pigs 110 fibs and ess S85a92i SheepExtra 410a42 good to choice X2 al stock owes 4a47G Lambs Ijxjra G7CaC8G common to fair 4nG0 yearlings 4a4Tb Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 294c firsts 28c sec ands 26c fancy dairy 21c dairy No1 OVic dairy No i 20l4c Poultry Hens 14 I2c roosters 9c spring chick ens 2 Ibs and over ICs ducks spring 3 Ibs and over 13al4c under 3 Ibs lOc turkeys 8 Ibs and over 18c tom- athc2 geese Ca7c Eggs Prime firsts- lElfe firsts IGc ordinary firsts 13c seconds 12c Apples Pippins 2a4 a brl Cabbage Homegrown 40aGOc a brl Cucumbers Jl5Ual75 a hamper Cantaloupes Indiana Gems l2GalGO a basket Currants 65c a basket Huckleberries 37Ga426 IcttuccHomegrown lGOa2 n brl Onions Dry G0a75c a bu Parsley 20c a doz Peaches Alberta fl2Gal75 a crate Potatoes Homegrown flSOa2 brL PlumsWild Gooso llnlGO a bu abundant 75cal2G n bu Damsons 160 al75 a basket crate Sugar Corn 12l4alEc a doz String Beans 10a2Gc a bu Tomatoes Homegrown J150a3 1 bu TRADE CONDITIONS BETTER Indications That Recent Wall Street Depression Had No Bearing on Business Situation New York R Q Dun Cos weekly review of trade wll say Tnere is no lack of evidence that the business situation is much better than the recent depression in Wall street would Indicate A notable Im provement in business confidence took placo in tho latter part of the week duo to recovery In security prices to advices that much needed rains woro falling In crop sections anti to the excellent quarterly report of the lead lug steel producers That conditions in the Iron and steel trade during recent months have been more satisfactory than generally be lieved in evidenced by tho report of the United States Corporation for tho Second quarter Production is at a fair rate and re ports of cancellations are not borno out by facts Business Is brisk In steel bars and the minimum price is 145 Plttsburg Shading continues in sheet products ot from f2 to 94 per ton Buyers are more numerous In the primary dry goods markets and trrd ing Is slightly more active for staple prints blenched goods and duck while miscellaneous export fabrics are in better call with values held steadier Sales at Fail River were equal to a full weeks output for the first time in a number of weeks and trading Is quite general In all lines of odd goods Mens wear for spring and dress goods have been opened by a large corporation orders on plain staple worsteds increased steadily but con servatively Yarns are tlrmer and In better inquiry Silks In fancy weaves and In tho gray for converting pur poses sell steadily Shoo buyers still operate conserva tively following the recent buying In Boston and hold off from placing further orders of account until crop re suits are determined Footwear values are again about 2UJ per pair lower all around There U no snap to leath er trading but the demand Is more steady than a month ago Large buyers are said to be short of supplies and though they operate more or less from hand to mouth ap pear desirous for Immediate shipments Further clearance sales by largo Cht sago packers of back salting hides at about the prices accepted on previous largo sales havo served to impart a much setter tone to the domestic hide market Business Failures Now York Bradstreets will sayr Business failures In the United tUnIcs for the week ending July 28 were J98 against 215 last week 223 In the like w + tk of 1909 27G In 1908 142 In 1907 and 1701n 190G Business failures In Canada for the week num ber 41 whlzh compares with 32 for last week and 34 for the like week In 1909Wheat Including flour exports from the United States nnd Canada for the week ending July 28 aggregate 1246 745 bushels against 1047247 last week and 1079652 this week last year For the four weeks ending July 28 exports are 5018013 bushels against 5493741 in the corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 22S31 bushels against 141 lill last week and 149901 it 1909 For the four weeks ending Jut 23 corn exports are 449471 bushels against 329527 last year There are 12000 saloons in London tf iLrmozi- rsFertilizersIncrease the yieldImprove the qualityEnrich the soil Every harvest proves itsCan you afford to risk your wheat Be saf- evfrmours Fertilizersgrow the biggest crops Ask your dealer Armour Fertilizer Works ChicagoR01 AN INSURANCE EXCEPTION I Now said the chronic quoter aI man is known by the company ho keepsSay Im an Insurance policy hold enl Please dont class me with the company I keep- The1Good Old Times There Is a lot of talk about the good old times There werent any good old times If you are talking about wash day or house cleaning Those tasks meant red hands and headaches and backaches and trouble Easy Task laundry soap would have made them good old times indeed It docs halt the work in washing and cleaning it drives the dirt out and not in It doesnt shrink flannels or streak linens and it hasnt any rosin in it to rot the fabrics If your grocer Isnt living In the good old times he sells Itlots of itl- There Should Fritz the gardener was a stolid Ger man who was rarely moved to ex traordinary language Even the most provocative occasions only caused him to remark mildly on his ill luck Not long ago he came back from the city In the late evening after a hard day in the market place He was sleepy and the train being crowded the bag gageman gave him a chair in his roomy car- Finally the train reached Bloom field Fritz still slept as It pulled In and his friend had to shake him and tell him where he was- I tanks you said Fritz as he rose slowly to his feet The open door of tho car was directly In front of him He walked straight out of it The baggageman sprang to look after him Fritz slowly picked himself up from the sand by the side of the track looked up ut tho door and said with no wrath In his voice There should here be some steps St Paul Dispatch Wife and Country Paul D Cavath the noted New York lawyer said at a luncheon at the Lawyers club Vacation time Is here and already that dreadful song about the wife gone to the Is being resurrected nut a countryI to the song was furnished by versation I overheard the other night I Hello Smith said one man to another Im glad to see you back at the club again old fellow Wife off to the country eh f No growled Smith Shes got back H Know How To Keep Cool When Summers sun and daily toil heat the blood to an uncomfort able degree there is noth ing so comforting and cooling as a glass of IcedPostum I served with sugar and a little lemon Surprising too how the food elements relieve fatigue and sustain one The flavour is deli ciousand Postum is really a food drink Theres a Reason POSTOM CEREAL CO Ltd Battle Creek Mich In the Night School Teacher of night school What do you understand by tho terms life sentence Give an example of one ShaggyHaired PupUI pronounced you husband and wife Chicago Trib une errnproreblldrenBunmatluaallariutlnciirMwlDdcoUe Xcai Wt A nagging wife makes her husband forgot his other troubles u FREEFrco Send forIof Paxtinc Better and more I r8X than ALL liquid eeonomlea1I Gives one a sweet breath dean germfree teeth antlsepllcally mouth and throatpurifies the after smoking dispels all d hlf1 Iperspiration and body odors preciated by dainty women A remedy for tore eyes and catarrh I Cure Coa j Side A little Psxtine sla soled ina glass wrier makes a delightful antiseptic so lution bW ing power and harm leu Try a Sample sac a large box at or by mall THE PAXTON TOILET Co BOSTON Mass Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the Erer Si right the rtomach wl bowel are right CARTERS LIVER PILLS IsellllbutErmIco dohiduty Upation Indigestion RILLS and Distress after Eating I small Pill Small Doe Small Price IB xUu Signature Millions Say millions of people use for years a medicine it proves its merit People who know CASCARETS value buy over a million boxes a Its the biggest seller be cause it is the best and liver medicine ever made No matter what youre try CAS CARETSonceyou taC- ASCARBTS lOc a box for a weeks sellerIsn- nh fReaders DAISY FLY KILLER tkii M your WHEELS liteon started ncaltlI postal powder cleansing pouetsin and ibtolutely Uggij1I LITTLE Headache When month bowel using furl ClMUuu CUIM te4OWN WORLD in Dagg Trlm lea TopDUllg pJ CARTERS ITTLEIv IGenuine So aiiing of eperdeI ILYinada1110WI ails It NwawWMNrut urrqw ctrlywarWOtuuN rnrrlelwlpnldaaamama U oIaIHu 1 IVonxXM IPARKERSN IrateTr JOo IPotu I OVER vacation outfit Top- and ruing nod Poles sr TH Runaboutete Writ furcate prlcuIrt nr Clwluutl 0 m Agents to sell hocwboM swxli and ozlIO Thompsons Eye Water Iw N U CINCINNATI NO 32190 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrtipooaeccepuMlitieannltii dined la full by the writer The name ii not hr publication bat M an erldenw of good faith write plainly 5e okotto7so5soleoto olsolsoleokolsoi o7eolsoesoatoalo7eoetoleoato7eoaso 0 JACKSON COUNTY PARROT IParrot July 31Mr and SlrsHon ry Cornelius were the guests of Mr J e and Mrs R O Cornelius Saturday night Mrs John Callahan Is sick Born to Mr and Mrs Frank Corn elius a fine boy Elijah Cornett has purchased a fine organ from Sears Roebuck and Co of Chicago Wiley Baker Jr attended church at Ann vllle SundayThe Rev and Mrs A B Gabbard attended church at Ann vile last weekDelbert Cole and I Scott Tussey are hauling logs for Davidson and King Prank Kink will soon be ready to move his saw mill to Tenths Creek Sunday school Is held at Seven Pines every Suns day evening at two oclock OKAY HAWK Gray Hawk July 30W R Engle our hustling merchant has gone tot idamay this week on business W M Anderson preached at Gray Hawk SundayJohn D Robinson has N Gently moved Into the house of C F Robinson known as the Geo Tln cher houseL J Robinson who mov Ed to Laurel County about three weeks ago has moved back again Thomas Brumback and family have recently moved to Hamilton Ohio where Mr Brumback Is to work Everybody Is picking blackberries at present PRIVET Privett Aug IThe Rev Will Anderson preached an Interesting ser mon at Gray Hawk Sunday Mr and Mrs Andy Cook were visiting at t Birch Lick Saturday and Sunday The little Infant of Mr and Mrs E J A Ramsey died the 28th Wo ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family Married on the 2Sth Mr Frank Fox to Mrs Mary Begley Bob York and Sherman 1Spurlock were visiting at Big Spring i SundayJohn Yarber from Irvine has been visiting his uncle L J Peters for the past week Garrett Mason is moving back again to Jack son County from Laurel Victor Madden has gone to Valley View to work for a while Miss Smith has taken charge of the Sunday school at Gray HawkJohn Fields going into the picture business in near future 1the HCBIKY Hurley July 31There was a big tide in Indian Creek Saturday Mrs Perry SlcCollum visited friends Saturday and SundayW M Gabbard and Dan McCollum are In Madison Coun ty seeking a location for a home There was a shooting match held i at Chris Roberts Saturday and J L Lakes and John Harrison each won two sheep Daniel Johnson and Frank Roberts who went away to work last Sunday came back last Thursday They report that little work Is to be had Martha Howard Is visiting her aunt Miss Lottie McCollum this weekJacob l H Gabbard attended the old sol v 1dtersmeeting at Berea last Saturday Rev Jas Lunsford of Bear P Wallow preached a very fine ser- I mon at this place Sunday- OUKKNHALL Greenhall Aug IThe Maulden baseball team played Royal Oak yes terday on the latters diamond The score stood four to three for Royal Oak There was a large crowd out and every one seemed well pleased vlth the gameLuther Pierson and v lfe are now In Hamilton Ohio Bud Thomas returned from Hamilton SaturdayJ D Smith writes from Redlands California that he has bought a nice homeThe school at Hickory Flat Is making good pro- gressI under the management of Mrs Cynthia Flanery Charley D Smith of Egypt is moving Into the J D Pierson propertyJ JJ Smith Co have sold their stock of merchandise to J D SmlthJ N Smith will 4 for Redlands California about lstU C Hughes Is at Boone 1leaveon business W N Hughes has returned from Cincinnati Ohio where he has been the past week buying merchandise Tho Oak Grove school District will begin the erection of a graded school soon The Sunday school at Royal Oak Is do Ing nicely under the management of J H LongThere have been sever a sheep and hog buyers in this vici nity the past week They are paying high prices hilt are not finding much stock for saleCaleb Powers is far in the lead In Owsley and Jackson Counties and it Is thought that he will be elected by an overwhelming majority EYE ROREItx Evergreen July 30on the 29th a cloud burst did considerable damage here Irish and sweet potatoes on low lands were washed away and corn was washed down and piled In drifts Thad Lake has come home from Ohio to stayB1I1 Lake has gone to i r w Yr Y Y Y Illinois for a short stayT J Lake has just returned from Richmond and is sick with neuralgia Crops are looking fine Rufus Calahan is atI home again after a visit to Madison County Mrs Sarah Maupln Is at home again after being at Louisville under treatment of some doctor there She is btlll In a dangerous con ditlunJ W Fowler and Robert Thimas of the firm of the Livings ton Lumber Co were here last weot looking after some logging business There is a good tide In Horse Lick today Several of our citizens are planning to attend tho Berea Fair Mrs John Martin Is visiting her mother near Carico Mrs Martin Is in very viol health BIDS WANTED For Jackson County School Houses Sealed bids will be received from now until Sept 1 1910 for building School Hpuscs in SubDistricts No 8 Alcorn and No 14 Pond District In Educational Division No6 also one in SubDistrict No 10 Morris in Educational Division No4 Size of each house to be 24 by 30 feet and 10 feet from floor to ceiling Roof to be made of VW Crimp Galvanized Iron Roofing Not less than 9 good solid dressed stone foundation pillars Three good solid oak foundation sills extending the whole length of tho house Solid oak sleepers 2 by 10 Inches laid 2 feet apart Each of said houses to be celled with good pins lumber well seasoned and well dressed Weatherboardod with first class poplar lumber well seasoned anl well dressed to be E Inches wide and laid not more than four and onehalf Inches to the weath er All studding sleepers and rafters must be well braced tied and support ed Said contractor to build a first class flue of stone or brick from tho lower part of the ceiling to 2 feet above tho comb of the roof Each of tiald house to be painted with two coats of first class paint well mixed and Well applied One Blackhoard extending all the way across the rear end of the house to be 6 feet wide well blacked with tho proper material Three windows on each side of the house regular size and good shutters for sameFloor to be laid double of No 1 pine lumber 1 by 6 Inches wide Two doors made of first class pine lumber well hung and furnished with lock and keys All of said work to bo done In good style and first class workman shipSaid bids must be sealed and sent to J J Davis Chairman of the County Board of Education The said County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by order of the County Board lof Education this 30th day of July 1910 J J Davis Chairman CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom Aug 1Deposl tlons were taken in the case of Sim Laura Smith against the chairman and secretary of Educational Division No 6 and others at Kerby Knob for three days last week Mr A W Baker represented the plantlff and Mr J R Lewyn the defendant C M Az blll S V Azbill and Denis Abney who have been sick with typhoid for some time are improving James Cruse is slowly recovering from a case of typhoid feverEb Azblll Who has had typhoid for some times not improving any His grandfather S W Bicknell has gone to take care of hlmlIra Alice Cruse is very low with an abscess on her hip Dr Settle lanced it yesterday and she seems to be some betterD I Powell Deputy sheriff arrested Dudley Bicknell a few nights ago Dudley Is charged with an attempt to set fire to tho Jail at McKeeA C Bicknell and wife visited Jas and Jack Cruso yesterday and report Jas to be In a fair way to recover but Jack is not improving muchNora Powell of Shirley Is going to stay for some time with Mrs Lucy Dean Leslie Bowles Is selling out his crop and other things expecting to move to Hamilton 0 soonII N Dean is getting along tine with his school and having a large attend ance ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HNJun Snider July 31Mrs Ollle Mober ly of Berea Is visiting friends and relatives in this vlclnltyoscar Sims who is working at Winchester was at home Saturday and Sunday e H Smith went to Brindle Ridge Sunday Mrs Joe Levett and Mrs Susan Wren visited Mrs TIf Chas teen Sunday Wesley douse and Miss Laura Patterson were quiet ly married at the home of tho Rev J W Lambert last Monday night Mr David Martin and Mr C H Smith made a business trip to Mt Vernon Monday Mrs Mamie Watkins of Berea was In this neighbor hood a few days last week Mclvin Sims continues in very poor health Rube Cornelius has returned from Morgan where he has been em ployed in railroad work ItOONK Boone Aug 1Mr and Mrs W SI Kirby made a business trip to Mt Vernon Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd of near Rockford visited the home of Joe Levett SundayMrs Flora Chasteen Is sick this week Mrs Kate Green visited relatives here one day last week Mrs J J Martin passed away quietly at her home near Rockford last Thursday Her body was laid to rest at Scaf fold Cane Friday She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss The family have our deep est sympathy T J Chasteen went to Berea Saturday on business Mr and Mrs E Wren of Lincoln Coun ty visited relatives hero a few days last week David Grant has recent ly moved to property belonging to the Railroad Co near Snider Jess Wren Is contemplating moving to Winchester soonMrs Jessie Smith visited her mother Mrs Suns last Sunday Mrs J Mohcrly of Berca visited friends and relatives hero n few days last week Mrs W Wat kins of Berea visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday ItltCKtOUIt Rockford Aug 1Measles are causing much worry In this neighborhood There have been four deaths up to this time Roy E Martin son of J J Martin died Friday July 22 with the disease and one week later July 29 his mother died of tho same disease They leave a host of friends to mourn their loss Their remains were placed In the old Scaffold Cane cemetery The Odd Fellows conduct ed the funeral of the Mrs Martin J J Martin who has been very low with measles and at the same tlmo had to witness the death of his boy and companion has been In a very nervous condition but Is some what better nowThere are other cases hero at the home of W H Lln vllle I L Martin J F Sins and J W Todd Everett Todd is able to be out again after a severe cas- ee II Todd after being Informed of the Illness of his sister hurriedly came from Dripping Springs but was too late to see her alive CONWAV Conway Aug 1W SI Hayos went to Berea Sunday to see Sirs lIayesA flni horse belonging to B Sheldon died last Sunday Cyn thia Wood has gone to Clear Creek to attend school Arthur Dallay and wife are visiting at Sit Vernon ehas Bowman and sister Rhoda have returned from Mt Vernon where they have been visiting Bart Ambrose and wife of Berea visited at Henry Bowmans Sunday We were sorry to hear of the death of Sirs John Martin and her son Roy who died a week ago with the measles Roy Martin was only JS years of ago mad his mother 92The rest of tho family are also seriously ill with the measles and they have our heartfelt sympathy In their bereavement I A Bowman and son Skid have gone to Richmond with a drove of cattle Prof Smith of Richmond is building upon the Harrison Branch Sam Dalley has left for Oklahoma A P Gabbard Is getting along nice ly with his house June Fowler of Berea was here SundayRegular church service will be held next Sunday night OWSLEY COUNTY TRAVEMKIIS REST Travelers Rest Aug IThe teachers of Owsley are holding their Insti ute this week at Boonevltlo with Pro C D Lewis of Berca College as Instructor This Is one among the best institutes Owsley has ever hadMr Hargua Phillips and Miss Bertha Begley were quietly married at this place Thursday July 2Sth Elder J B Rowlett officiating The Grays lost a game to Idamay Sunday by tho score of 11 to 9There Is only one man In this vicinity who will acknowledge that he Is for Edwards Charles Cecil has bought the Sam Peters farm near hero for 1200 and will probably move on It this fall Sir and Mrs B B Botner and Sirs Rolo Venable were the guests of Mr and Mrs W T Cecil Sunday 100 Reward 100 The reader or phis papcr will be pleaed to learn that there la al leant one dreaded dlseae that science haa been able to cure in nil its ala Kea and that Is Catarrh Ilalla Catarrh Cure lathe rx itlve cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease require a conttitiilloiial treatment Ilalla Catarrh Cure la taken internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the ylenl thereby destroying the foundation of bybulldlnlIn doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Ita curative power that IhrrolrerOne Hundred Dollar for that cure Send for list of testimonials Address I J CHKNNV CO Toledo 0 jcTakefor constipation MADISON COUNTYK- INlST4 Kingston Aug 1Mrs Sllnnlo Curd of Burgln has returned homo after a visit with her brothers Will and Davis Slunday Billy GablJartlI and Dan McCollum of ed at the homo of J C Powell the last of tho week Several from hero attended court at Richmond Monday Minerva Soper was the guest of Ella Ballard Saturday night and Sun dayMr antI Sirs Will Rucker eni tertained a number of people at their I home SundayDr H G Sandlin and family L C Powell and wife and Sir and Mrs Lewis Sandlin were the guests of J C Powell Sunday I P Bartley visited friends hero last week The farm of the deceased W SI Butncr was sold last week to W G Slunday and Isaac Bowman for 170 per an acre mo 11111 Big Hill Aug 1Mrs Minerva Richardson mother of J B Richard son of this place passed away last Sunday morning at 11 oclock at tho age of 74 years She watt burled at the family graveyard In Estill County near Station Camp Sirs Richard son was i member of the Methodist church and loved by all who know her She leaves eleven children to mourn her lost five girls six boys and a host of grandchildren and friends Sunday school meets at 10 oclock Mrs A J Wilson Is Supt Sirs Mary Coyle and daughter of Hamilton were hero at the time of tho death of Mrs Coylus mother Sirs Richardson Beck Richardson I also of Hamilton was hero tooIIJ F Dooley anti daughter few days with Sir and Sirs J n Richardson this week Mrs J B Richardsons brother Sir Philips and two sisters from Frankfort are ex pected at J II Richardsons enroute to Rockcastlo CountyHoward Harrison of Berea is visiting his grand parents Sir and Sire Philip Hayes this weekAunt Clnda Baker of Jackson County Is not very well A serious accident recently happen ed to T J Robertson while ho was out raking hay The horse he was driving suddenly for some unknown reason gave a Jump and jerked Sir Robertsons fret from under him It Is thought that his collar bono Is broken nurwrsD- royfufl Aug 1Mr Ervo Jones and son Estlll were In our midst over Sunday of last weuk Mlssas Ellen and Maggie Hurley of Ohio are visiting their father and mother Misses Bessie and Trosslo of Fayetto and Miss Julia RilidollI Kingston visited Miss Dora Saturday and Sunday Tho meeting which has been going on here for tho past three weeks doe ed Sunday afternoonW E John ton And Chas Preston have begun building the new school house itA IITt Harts Aug 1Tho Rev David Williams preached here Sunday The wife of J J Martin of Scaffold Cane died early Friday morning She took measles the day herI son Roy was burled and only i one week after she was taken Mutt The rest of the family have also taken the measles T J Lake was In our midst the first of the week Salllo Rachel and Maggie Barrett otI DInt Lick are visiting their sister Sirs J P Hawkins Sirs Salllo STorgan and daughter have moved to tho Ponder house near Scaffold Cane Hill Sidney VanWinkle and family contemplate going to Dayton Ohio this faUc G Baker took a wagon load of passengers to Richmond Thursday where they took in the show SIIVKK GIIKKK Silver Creek Aug 1 Farmers In this section are about done laying by their cornMr and Sirs Dlllard Mulllns visited the latters parentllI jiiift Hallett Johnson to Wlldlo to do some hauling Some people from here attended the Rich rnn1 court Slonday Ike Johnson Las gone to Richmond to work There will be preaching at Sliver Creek Sunday Aug 7th Everybody to come outMr Willie hVIttllI is in bad health Is living Burdctte mountain hoping the change may help him- ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp Aug IThe farmers are aiming to thresh thefr wheat this week A number of them are planning to sow much wheat this allMrs Kate Haynes of Union Star Brncklnridge County who has been visiting friends and relatives WE BU- YWOOLHIDESA FUR BlujQnlas we ut do- kttttr tat fH Uii licit K wmmiuioa moduli Rtlaecct tir ink U Lninill We fwibk Wool Baja Free u iv skippus Wiitt far pkt lilt N SABEL SONS Guimese UtiTilk Ij a1L tho last month has routrned home Turner Kelley Mrs Haynes broth er went home with her to spend a j few weeks visiting Sir and Sirs Kelley and little daughter JooI of Sllddletown Ohio who have visiting hero returned to their homeI last SaturdayA great many of our people attended Childrens Exercises at Thomas School house near Panola last Sundays There seems to be nn epidemic of cold and lagrlppa in our neighborhood Sir anti Mrs Wade Park of Wagcrsvllle are re voicing over the arrival of another girl in their homeMr Sutton a young man just out of the Medical College of Louisville has located nt Wagcrsville and is practicing In Es till CountyDr Frank Sillier has just completed his course In tho Louis villa Medical College and has lo rated at WlBcnwntown Charley Ills lo and WTO Black were buying cattle hogs and sheep hero last week Tho many friends of Zion Parsons of Slid dlctowii Ohio but formerly of Sta tion Camp learned with tho deepest regret of his tcrrllo death which oc curred last week In one of the machine shops of Sllddletown Sir Parsons was caught In the machine and killed In I stantly Ho leaves a wlfo and one son and a great many friends both in Ohio andv Kentucky to mourn his loss orrs Hymer recently from Hamil ton Is working for Lewis Hymer Evan Richardson is soiling out to go to OklahomaDont forget the pro tracted meeting which commences hero the 14th of this month Everybody Invited to attend CLAY COUNTY iiircroii Hector Aui 1Tire most Import ant talk of the day Is who will win Aug C for trustee of this plan The candidates are Brock Hacker Hume Henslcy and C A Smith There was an Important meeting of teachers of Educational Division No 2 called together at Elk Creek school house July 29 by the County Super intendent for discussing a new course of study prepared by tho new State Superintendent 11 teachers of the Division were present and a very Interesting discussion of the new course of study took place Thy voted to hold the next mooting fIt their association the next Saturday in Aug at Stud Lick Tho Teachers Institute will bo held at beginning August 18th IQnehesterI boon some good showers hero the past week and the people who failed to finish saving their grass are very busy this week LESLIE COUNTY IIYUEN CITIZENS BANK Hyden Ky We do a general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and Individuals thruout eastern Kentucky Wo are seeking new business and we ire prepared to take care of It A B Eversole Pres T G Lewis Vice Pres Thou L Gabbard Cashier 1I1J1TClSIHelton July Charley NanU many others are at work on the railroad Born to Sir and Sirs John J Napier a tine glrlJ D Wilson I Is having a water mill put In on Sim Branch Esther Wilson Is visiting I her son and daughterIn Crab Orchard this week Laura Morgan Is at Hy I den this week to attend the Institute Nervy Wilson has not been well j of late but is Improving now IIsiVcstle Wilson and daughter were visiting at R L Wilsons 8tIunlay Berry Wilson Is now carry Ing the mail Smallpox is raging here 1fIIiS Hyden July 31The Leslie County Teachers Institute closed Friday evening and It was the unanimous vlslItor I ever den This speaks well for our new County Superintendent Miss Mary Hosklns and the able Instructor Prof Scale who Is a teacher in Berea ColI lIege and a very promising young as he Is an Owsley County pro duction it will inspire time teachers of Leslie County to emulate hlmThyI lor Sluncy representing The Citizen i attended the Institute A C Rhino heart land man from Hazard Is inI town contracting land anti says he has a big land deal on foot It looks I like a boom for Leslie CountyProf Dlzncy of Berea College was here Slonday ROll Tuesday and gave a lecture Slonday night to the Insti tute Frank Black a traveling sales man was hero this week Misses Bet tie Morgan and Maggie Pace of London are visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity H C Chappell will leave Monday for Somerset where a position awaits him There were two tides in the Middle Fork this week and a good many logs were floated down tho river to tho boomsThcI school bonds that were on day for the purpose of building a school house for tho town were carried by an overwhelming major- Ity only two citizens voting against tho issue to raise the money needed for tho work The following resolutions wero pass t ed at the close of Institute here yes terday Resolved that wo approve of the SuperIintendent cd In the cause of education Resolved that wo feel indebted to Prof Scale for the able and effici ent manner in which ho has con ducted this Institute Resolved that we appreciate the lecture given by Prof Dlznoy of Be lOa College on the Mountain People and Their Feuds Resolved that wo extend our many thanks to Miss Cornelius Miss Martha Morgan Miss Minnie Lewis and Sirs Calvcrt for the music they have given us during tho week Resolved that wo are very grateful to tho Baptist Church people for the use of their building In which our institute was conducted Resolved that wo appreciate time hospitality shown us by the citiz ens of Hyden while we were In their midst Resolved that we are Indebted to Judge L D Lewis II SI Brock R B Roberts the Rev Yandoll Dr Collins 1 rot Humflcct J G Begloy and II C Chappell for tho active tart taken In our Institute Resolved that we condemn in un compromising terms that part of the late common school law which refers to employing teachers ami we ask that the next General Assem bly of Kentucky repeal same Other Resolutions Resolutions adopted by the Leslie County Teachers Institute On this tho 29th day of July 1910 the Teachers Institute of Leslie Coun ty Kentucky being In session and while tho same was resolved Into a Committee of the whole to consider certain resolutions the following were adopted for tho government of a committee to bo known as the Stu dent Aid Fund Committee First Resolved that the County Superlntncdrnt of Schools be and she Is hereby authorized to tax an nually the salary of the Superinten dent tho sum of Five Dollars nrOO and each school district the sum of One Dollar flOO exempt graded schools which are to bo taxed Ono Dollar 100 for each teacher there- In employed to bo paid over to the Chairman of tho said Student Alit Fund Committee by the County Superintendent on tho first day of Jan nary each year Second Resolved that time sail Committee skull receive and deposit upon Interest all sums that may bo collected from this source or that may fall Into their hands from donations or otherwise nod use the same for tho purpose of aiding time first three poor nerdy deserving students of five years bona fldo residence in Leslie County who finish a four year college course In n reputable college of time United States of America Third Resolved that the money pal1loertcrest at tho end of the first half of his last Collegiate year and tho remainder to be paid when he pro seats to the Committee a diploma showing that he has finished his wild College Course t Fourth Resolved that tho aforesaid assessment shall continuo for a period of ten years at he end of which time time saM Committee It no one qualifies for the benefits hereunder shall pay out tho money with accrued Interest for tho best in rci1ItheImay mineFifth Resolved that the said Com mlttoo shall determine all questions of differences which may arlso out of the work and proceedings of carrying this matter into execution and shall have a wide discretion In set tling all disputes and controversies Sixth Resolved that the accounts of the said Committee shall be and lied by the raid Leslie County Teach ers Institute each year and such Mims of money as may be expended as herein proved shall be ac counted for by receipts or vouchers showing amounts paid out and tho purpose for which It Is expended Seventh Resolved that tho Treas urer of said Committee shall execute a bond with approved security pay able to tho County Teachers Insti tute of Leslie County undertaking to Indemnify the said Institute against all losses or harm that it may sus ala on account of misappropria lion or wrongful use of tho said und said bond to bo executed anti filed In the office of the Count Sup erintendent on or before the day the first installment is paid by the teachers Eighth Resolved that the said Institute next before the paying out of the money to a bcnlflclary hereunder shall have the right to designate and determine the party to whom the said benefits shall be extended Luella Sluggard Secretary Leu lie County Teachers Institute