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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x BEREA PUBLISHING CO t INCOIUOIIATKD I J P FAULKNtR Manager Entered of She Pod offike at Ittrca Ay o itcond eau mattmatter THE CITIZEN Devoted the Interests Mountain People II Vol XII Five cents a copy MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 18 1JUO One Dollar a year No 8 i II H IF YOU HAVE NEVER Worn garments from our shop we urge you to investigate their i bmerits You cannot do yourself a j 7 greater favor than to learn what i correctly fitted clothes feel like and r differenceOri When you wear them you will real whereNr you cant see it I 11 The fine materials and tailoring which are the foundation of allt i FRIEND MADE CLOTHES k keep them in shape until they are I worn threadbare Our guarantee r relieves you of every element of 4 risk R R COYLE Berea Kentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK Political Combination In TennRltey Sick Discoveries Florence Night Ingalo Dead Gaynor on Road to HealthRoosevelt and Taft TENNESSEE POLITICS As ro iwrtcd In our lost week lasuo tho Independent candidates for tho Judi ciary in Tennesaco wero elected l y an overwhelming majority This ns suit was brought about by an under wstanding with tho Republicans who agreed to vole for the Independent Judiciary candidates provided tho Indc pendent Democrats would support tho nominee for Governor this Full Tho State Republican Convention Is now belloweded and by thu help ot tho Independ ent Democrats elected next Nov in tills manner all tho good peoplo ot Tennessee have determined to bring to an end tho Iniquitous rclju of Gov Patterson TUB HOOSIER POETS1C1Jas-S Whitcomb Rlloy commonly known ixe tho Hoosier Poet Is suffering from a serious stroke ot paralysis Ono side of his body is affected and his speech Is impaired Tho doctors however give out hope ot his recovery and It is thought that his habitual cheer fulness will add to his chances Ho Is receiving many letters of sympa Jhy from all over tho country ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERIES Two rather Important astronomical 0dlscoerl08 have teen reported within t itho last week Ono ot them Is by n If4 Louis astronomer a Catholic priest who is said to have discover i ed a sun spot from 60000 to 70000 miles wide This spot Is only viol I ble thrw the toloseopo Tho other I dlicovory Is reported from Cambridge Mass the Harvard Observatory In this cnso aleo a minister is tho dlu lirOcr1r and his annouucoinent is relative to a now comet The course ot the comet has not yet boon map pod out nnd it is not stated whether it will over bo visible to tho naked eye J CITY SINKING Tho inhabitants i of Stanton W Va havo become 4 thoroughly frightened over tho sink UNlrIcity The house known ns the Fire Houso is now sinking and a Public w School building is threatened also a two story residence The back yard of this residence Is reported to lavo sunk 30 feet It is believed that the sinking Is caused by an underground streamIFlorence Nightingale tho welt known Angel of tho Crimea whose shadow tho soldIers wore reported to have kissed as sho passed by their couches died a few days ago in London She celebrated her 00th birthday on the 12th of May last Her death brings to mind again the terrible struggle of 1854 out oC which sho emerged easi ly tho most conspicuous figure hav ofII OPTINGWELLEvery Continued on fourth page t l1 to of the BEREA h VOICE OF THE WEST Outline of the trend of Political Af fairs during last two weeksAd I ministration being force l toward the Progressive Camp by popular clamor Outline of Former Article Tho Citizens outline ot tho Poll Lien situation last week was crowded out by other important articles and to for this week tho doings of two weeks confront us The last article was headed Dark Clouds and lit It tho Ohio Convention was considered and the campaign of Mr Cannon in Kansas In opposition to the Insurgents The situation in Ohio was character I used as tile Lull after the Storm and Iresldent Tafts activities or inactivities were oulllncd also former President Itoosovelt received the usual amount of attention In tho conclu sion ot tho article tho nervous fern of tho party was reflected tho tOOl I that tho wrong candidate had boon selected in Ohio that the platform would prove a stumbling block an genorlrtwo weeks it can not IA salt tint the fear has entirely subsided or that there to bollovo that those fears worogroundlcsR I Ohio and Minnesota vs Kansas I Two weeks ago Ohio and Minneso ta had been heard from and both had voiced the doctrines of the Standpatters Since that tlmo Kan sas and Iowa havo spoken and spoken loudly H Is now Ohio and Minneso ta versus Kansas Dud Iowa and it Is not a difficult matter to see whlcnI has created the greater sensation It Is admitted now on all sides that tho speaking tour of Cannon in Kan sas was a great mistake Many lu eXIIIl1KSfthomore tine in tho State that ho might have covered it thoroughly claiming that if ho had their victory would- have been moro complete Tho two Standpat Congressmen would not have been elected as they think But it has seemed to tho party in general that tine victory was swoop ing enough Kansas has only eight Congressmen and two of thorn we f0liealready Insurgents These gentleman had no opposition In the lato prim mary Tho other six Congressman woro confronted by six Insurgent op ponents only two ot the StandPat I ters winning out in tho Primaries So ot tho eight Congressmen from the State at tho next session it tho Republicans aro successful in tho fall election six will be Insurgents and two Regulars Iowa Convention In Iowa tho primaries havo not yet been held and wo can only re port on tho Convention but its senti ment was pronounced enough The two Senators from Iowa aro Insur gents and they easily controlled tile Convention Tho present tariff tvas denounced not so much as a tarn simply but beacuso It did not fulfill tho pledges of tho National Platform Noted names in Republican history were mentioned and vociferously ap Continued on last page ITS UP TO THE PARENTS Sow an net nnd reap a habit Sow n habit and reap character Sow character and reap destiny Childhood is the habit forming age and fence it is the time for establishing character and fixing destiny Seeds grow easily and quickly in good soil and childhood is the best soil In good soil something will grow It will not do to leave it alone any more than it wijl do to BOW bad seed If left alone it be comes rank and foul with weeds The oil must be cultivated not so much to help the growth of the good seed as to kill out the bad Every parent knows that a child can bo spoiled by indulgence and petting before it is six months old Every parent ought to know equallywell that it is just as susceptible to right training before that time In a letter to a friend not long since was this declaration To teach a child not to place food inits mouth with a knife is more im portant than to teach it the multiplication table If one is to be neglected let it bo the latter In other words it is better to lose intellectual training than character training It is better to lose the influence of the school than that of the home And yet the home is failing in nearly all of its duties and hop ing if it cares at all that the school or church will do its work for it The editor has been in thousands of homes but in very few of them has ho found the children really receiving the training that the home in supposed to give But to know the home one need to be in it The home puts its stamp uponevery child The children are the indices of the homo life ad home conditions It is only necessary to see them and know them to know the home and the parents Suppose one sees a little girl as the writer did recently away from home and at a table with strangers at eight years of age and finds her self possessed using correct language properly handling napkin knife fork and spoon and partaking temperately of the vari ous foods offered What would bo the inference as to the parents f On the other hand take tho case of a little boy a year older at his own homo who used only a spoon never having been allowed the use of a knife and fork and who constantly used his thumb to push his food into the spoon The only thing that this description of the boy fails to toll of his parents is that they are welltodo TIm first time a child is allowed to use any article at the table or elsewhere it should bo taught to use it decently and rightly And so as to language and other things Then fewer bad habits will be formed and there will bo less trouble in store for parent teacher and child in the future Aroitheflo things worth while f They are worth all They are marks of character ant character is destiny Is there anything that cant be taught in the lane f The Sun day School is a monument to tho conviction that religion was not be ing taught in the homo but not of course that it couldnt bo The Sunday School had to bo established for the saving of society and it has done ante doing a groat work but it cant do enough only hav hug one hour per week in which to do it And it is to be feared that the Sunday School is being mate an excuse for much parental neglect parents acting upon tho principle that they cant teach religion in the home They cant teach dogma nnd doctrine but they can teach religion If parents neglect their children and they become discourteous use vulgar and profane language lie and steal but later come in contact with Sunday School and Church and are converted they are expected to givo up all these bad habits and do it suddenly That is called becoming religious Now parents may teach children to bo courteous and kind to use pure language not to lie nor steal and to do from early childhood all the things they will be supposed to do after conversion and they will have obtained the results of conversion What is that but teaching religion and teaching it in tho home f True citizenship like true manhood and womanhood will come because we work ItIIn early When we train for It we hall have 1itand not before FRANCES WiLtARD Work citizenship in early Train for its And whose is the duty to train for citizenship f All tho forces andorganizations that stand for rlghteousnels but first und chiefly the tome the parents Last week we said that there is but one problemthat of the homo The home is established for time children and its first obliga tion is to the children It owes them trainingright training The homo is n school and it novel fails to train It may be the best or tho worst school What it should give of right training is hart to get elsewhere What it usually does give of wrong training is hard to supplant by teaching elsewhere bale ou the parents who set their children a bad example and lot them drift IN OUR OWN STATE Judge Saufley Passes Away Leba non Wants SaloonsMore Rall roads for Kentucky Standpat Convention Robberies 1CIRCUIT JUDGE DIES Judge M C Saufley of tho 13th Judlcal Dis trict died at his homo In Stanford url last Friday morning of heart disease Judge Saufley was a ron ffocrato soldier and was ono ot Mor gans men At tho time of his death was serving his third term as C ircult Judge- SALOONS AGAINn a local op lion electron held in Lebanon last week tile wets won Tho saloons now go back after being debarred for three years NEW R R FOR ItYThero is much comment in Railroad circles about tho proposed extension of tho C Ii D railroad Into the Kentucky mountains Jt is reported that the road will cross the Ohio at Ash land and will extend to Plko Co a distance of 147 miles IOST OFFICE ROBBED Tho postofflco at Barbourvlllo was robbed last Friday night Tho ufo was blown upon with dynamite and ell its con tents taken Dlood hounds wero used to track tho robbers but they es caped On Sunday night a storo was robbed at Emanuel la Knox Co REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Tho Republicans of tho 6th District held their convention this week in4 Louisville Thdl platform endorses the Tariff Taft Gov Wilson and Senator Bradley R W Bingham a democrat was nominated for Judge of tho Court of Appeals and J W McGee for Congress to oppose Swa gar Sherley tho present congressman from that District Mr Bradley In tho conventions key nato speech took occasion to roast tho Insurgents anti praIse the Stand patters of which ho is one DEATH OF WP PREWITT Many wero surprised and grieved to hear of the death ot Mr W P Prowitt the auctioneer at his home i at Slato Lick last Saturday Ho was 09 years old and had not been very well for some time Mr Prewltts homo was in Klrksvllle but ho has been living at Slate Lick for three years on account of iris health The funeral Was held at Klrksvillo Sunday by the Masons and tho body taken to Richmond for interment Berea will miss the genial smile and hearty hand shako of Mr Prowitt and extends her sympathy to tho family in their be reavement Mr Prewitt is survived by three sons and four daughters all of whom except one live in Kansas City They all arrived in time to seo their father SPECIAL SERVICE Revival Services at tho Church of Christ aro now going on Have you heard tho sweet solos and large clloI rust Ask the Irish Evangelist a ques lion and hear the answer- J A Watson Minister ispowerand to keep is to good newspaper Opportunity Opportunities to make money Were all after em They come to all men many times Some make use of them and profit thereby and others do not We call the former lucky The truth is that in order to seize opportunities when they come you must have some ready cash on hand Are you one of those who although shrewd enough to see the money making in many propositions have to sit idly by and watch the other fellow gather in the profits because you have no money to work with Turn over new leaf now to save ifever so little Put away dollar or two every week in this bank Keep it up make habit of it andyou will soon be well on the way to larger success Berea Bank Trust Co Established 1001 THE BANK FOR ALL THE PEOPLE MOVING IfDAY BEREA BAPTIST CHURCH ILast Sunday was a history making day in the lifo of the Baptist Church in this city At ten oclock in tho morning the Sunday moved into the splendid new addltonloI tho Church now nearly complete There was a debt of 1800 resting on thla structure when they moved tn Two hours later this had been entire ly wiped out and the building dedi cated free of debt to Gods work and the work of the Church Of this amount VCOO was subscribed by the different classes of tho Sunday School and tho balance by members and others at the vigorous and effective solicitation ot Dr W D Powell during tho Sunday School and Church ServicesTho addition is on the east end of the church It is two stories high and contains eleven teaching Tooms for tho use of tho Sunday School classes Every room is well lighted with ono or more windows and each room as well as the main Church auditorium will bo furnace heated These rooms will fill a long felt want There are thirteen classes in this school which has a total mem bershlp of over three hundred and has had an evorago attendance during tho last two months of over twp hundred Last Sunday there wero 302 present Of course it has been Im possible for tho teachers to do ef active teaching with so many class and pupils in ono room With tho separate class rooms now provided it Is expected that thero wilt bo a great Improvement in tho quality of the work done ill the classes Alterations aro being mado in the platform pulpit and choir loft that wlljl greatly Improvo tho general appearance of tho church and increase its seating capacity After these Im provements have all been completed and tho Church has been carpeted as it will bo by tho ladles this will bo a thoroughly and attract ive church plant 1 Knowledge the way up with modern knowledge read a I meor possibilities a Begin a a i AT m address of the day was mado ITho W D Powell ot Louisville is Corresponding SceretAry of Board of Kentucky Dr Powell was for sixteen years a misI sionary under tho Baptist Church in Mexico and there had ninny thrill I ing experiences more than once be Ibg in danger of death at tho hands of lawless Mexicans Ho has for three years occupied his present office as Secretary In his address tho subject of which was The Glory ot The Latter House Shall Bo Greater than tho Former which was greatly en joyed by all ho said among other things that the Sunday School Is the strongest factor in the work of bringing new members into the Church fully 85 per cent of tho increase In the Church coming thru the Sunday Schools Ho likened the Bible School to the High School poInt- Ing out that as it would be impossi blo for a modern High School to bo conducted in ono room with all the various classes bunched together eo it is equally impossible to do effi dent Sunday School work under the same conditions Among several rca cc 1DRW D POWELL C 11 es complete I sons advanced as to why money contributed to tho building of new quar ters for tho Sunday School is a good investment ho stated that moreipeoplo aro reached for Christ un tho Church between tho ages of nine and twelve than at any other period He said that in order to bo success ful In their work and to grip the boys and girls of their classes and to lead them to Christ it is necessary i that tho teachers get a grip on God themselves by much prayer and Bi ble study Ills last injunction was that as a Sunday School and a Church we should stand together heart to heart and hand to hand and that with faith In God wo jyould be ablo to go on with Gods blessing to greater and greater victories Continued on fifth page M J fir s rI- r tt 1 u I II IMAm NCnAwcoRD AUmof KdIRACIIYf5PArauJtlRETIIIMIlnr I ILLUcYTIlATJJlJY stlWE foPYRICXT lpo7 Y fPJgRIWY CRRIVVRO i SYNOPSIS i Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was propoctlng and studying herbs In the vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubles hoping that the stranger would Jove her In return for her disclosure 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 Barakas head her betrothed attempted to climb down a cUlt overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger wan revived from a water gourd Saad car red dug his way out of the tunnel and deserting the girl and carrying departedt rubles Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pur suit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous donna became engaged In London to Konstantln Jorotheti a wealthy Greek financier Her Intimate friend was Countess Leven known as Lady Maud whose husband had been killed by a bomb In St Petersburg and Lady Mauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an Amart taD who had become one the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as noon as he heard of her betrothal He offered Lady Maud 3000000 for her pet charity If would aid him In winning- the singer from Logothetl Baraka approached Logothell at Versailles with rubies 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 had told her of having seen In the United States a man answering the description of the one she loved The American followed Margaret to the Bayreuth Parsifal festival Margaret took a liking to Van Torp who pre vented her with the ruby Baraka had given him Count Krallnsky a Russian arrived at Bayreuth Van believed him to bo the one Baraka was pursuing Uaroka was arrested In London on the charge of stealing from a Jeweler the ruby she had sold to Logothetl Two strangers were the thieves Lady Maud believed that Logothetls associa tions with Baraka were open to suspi don and so Informed Margaret Van Torp believed that Krallniky was the cowboy h had known In his young manhood CHAPTER XIII Continued t I should have thought you were more used to riding said the Amen I canAh yes The indifferent answer In a peculiarly oily tone r1hough the pronunciation was perfect was in the cavalry before I began I to travel Dut I walked over 2000 miles In Central Asia and was none the worse for it Margaret was sure that she was not going to like him as she moved on with him by her side and Van Torp walking with Mrs Rushmore was quite certain that he was Levi Longlegs who had herded cattle with rim for six months vets long ago CHAPTER IX LogoUiotl reacned his lodgings in Bt James place at six oclock in tho evening ot the day on which ho had promised to dine with Van Torp and the latters nota of excuse was given to him at once tIe looked out ot the window glanced at again grid threw It into the wastepaper basket without another thought He did not care ta the least about din ing with the American millionaire la fact he had looked forward to it ratti X as bore pleasure Her MW I iIl r atAlAwK + 2a1rrerPittsy on his table with his lotters a flat and almost square parcel which the addressed label told him contained the Archaeological Report of the Egyptian Exploration Fund and ho had heard that tho new number would contain an account of a papyrus recently discovered at Oxyrrhynchus which some now fragments ot Pin dar had bARn found No dinner that could bo devised and no company that could be asked to meet him at It could be half as delightful as that to the man who so deeply loved tile ancient literature of hIs country and ho made up his mind at once that he would not even take the trouble to go to club but would have a bird and a rooms Unhappily for his peace and his an ticipated feast ot poetry he looked through his letters to see if there were one from Margaret and there was only a colored postcard from Bay reuth with the word greetings scrawled beside the address In her large hand Next to the card how ever there was thick letter ad dressed in a commercial writing he remembered but could not at once identify and though it was apparent ly a business communication and could therefore have waited till the next morning when hIs secretary would come as usual he opened It out of mere curiosity to know whence It cameIt was from Mr Pinney the Jewel er and it contained a full and con scientious account ot the whole affair of the theft from the moment when LogotheU and Van Torp had out together until Mr Pinney had locked up the stone in his safe again and Baraka and SpIro had been lodged in Brixtori jail The envelopo contained also a cutting from the newspaper similar to the one Margaret had rec- eIved from Lady Maud Logothetl laid the letter on the table and looked at his watch It was now a quarterpast six and old fashioned shops like Plnnoya close rather early in the dull season when few customers are to be expected and the days are not so long as they have Its a Grand Ruby He Said I read It It a than a a ys a a gone been In the latter part of August In London the sun sets soon after seven oclock and Logothetl realized that he had no time to lose As he drove quickly up towards Bond street bo ran over tie circum stances In his mind and came to the conclusion that Baraka had probably been the victim of a trick though he did not exclude the bare possibility that she might bo guUty He found Mr Pinney in the act of turning tho discs of the sato before going homo and leaving his shopman to shut up the place He smiled with grave satisfaction whoa Logothotl entered I was hoping to see you sir he said I presume that you had my let ter I wrote out the account with i Croat care as you may imagine but I shall be happy to go over the story with you It there Is any point that is net clear k 1 ot P2U LogotheU did not wish to hew It he wished to see the ruby Mr Pin ney turned the discs again to their places stuck the little key into the secret keyhole which then revealed Itself turned it three times to tho left and five Umes to the right and opened tho heavy iron door The sato was an oldfashioned ono that bad belonged to his father before him He got out the Japanned tin box opened that and produced tho stone still in its paper for it was too thick to bo put into one of Mr Plnneya favorite pill boxesLogothotl undid the paper took out the bIg uncut ruby laid it in the palm of hIs hand and looked at it critically turning it over with one finger from time to time He took it to the door ot the shop where the evening light was stronger and examined it with the greatest care Still he did not seem satisfied Let me have your lens Mr Pin ney he said and some electric light and a sheet of white paper Mr Pinney turned up a strong drop light that stood on the counter and produced tho paper and a magnifier Its a grand ruby he said I see it Is Logothetl answered rather curtly Do you mean to say asked the surprised jeweler that you had bought it without thoroughly examin ing It slrrou who are an expert No thats not what I mean an swered the Greek bending over the ruby and scrutinizing it through the strong magnifier Mr PInney felt himself snubbed which had not happened to him for a long time and ho drew himself up with dignity A minute passed and Logothetl did not look up another and Mr Plnney grew nervous a few seconds more and bo received a shock that took away his breath This Is not my ruby said Logo theta looking up and speaking with perfect confidence Not your ruby I Mr Plnneys Jaw dropped But He could get no furtherIm LogotheU said calmly Im very sorry fr several reasons But Its not the stone I brought you though Its Just as large and most ex traordinarily like itBut how do you know IlrT gasped the JewelerBecause Im an expert as you were good enough to say Just now Yes sir But I am an expert too and to tho best of my expert belief this Is the stone you left with me to be cut tho day before yesterday Ive examined it most thoroughly- No doubt answered the Greek But you hadnt examined mine thoroughly before if was stolen had you You had only looked at It with me on the counter here That is correct sir said Mr Pin ney nervously That is quite true Very wolL But I did more than merely look at it through a lens or weigh it I did not care so much about the weight but I cared very much for the water and I tried the ruby point on it in the usual way but it was too hard and then I scratched it In two places with the diamond more out ot curiosity than for any other reason You marked It slrf Theres not a single scratch on this one I Merciful Providence Merclfnl Providence Yes LogotheU said gravely The girl spoke the truth She had two stones much larger than tho rest when she first came to me in Paris this one and another They were almost exactly alike and she wanted me to buy both but I did not want them and I took the one I thought a little better in color This Is tho other for she still had it and so far as I know it Is her legal property and mine is gone Tho thief was one ot those two young fellows who came In Just when Mr Van Torp and I went out I remember thinking what nicelooking boys they were He laughed rather harshly for he was more annoyed than his considera tion for Mr Plnnoy made him caro to show He had looked forward to giv ing Margaret the ruby mounted Just as she wanted it and the ruby was gone and he did not know where he was to find another except the one that was now in Planers hands but really belonged to poor Baraka who QuId certainly not sell it at present A much larger sum of money was gone too than any financier could lose with equanimity by such a peculiarly disagreeable mishap as be- Ing robbed There were several rea sons why Logothotl was not pleased- I am deeply humiliated said the worthy old Jeweler I have not only been tricked and plundered but I have been the means of sending Innocent people to prison You had butter be the means of getting them out again as soon as pos- sIble said Logotheti And you must also make an effort to trace those young men who stole tho ruby I most certainly shall ropllid the Jeweler and if it is not found we will make it good to you sir what ever price you set upon It I am deeply humiliated but nobody shall say that Pinney Son do not make good any loss their customers sustain through them Dont worry about that Mr Pin ney said Logothetl who saw how much distressed the old Jeweler really was 80 they went out and hailed a han som and drove away It would be treome to tire a de- xaarx4t J i tailed account of what they did But lice It to say that tho prlscners were set at largo Mr Pinney restored the ruby to Baraka and all her other belongings were given back to her oven Including the smart gray suit of mens clothes in which she had been arrested and her luggage and other things which the manager of the hotel whore she had been stopping had handed over to tho police were all returned and when Spiro appeared at the hotel to pay the small bill that had been left owing he held hIs head as high as an oriental can when ho has got the better ot any ono and that Is pretty high Indeed Furthermore Mr Pinney Insisted on giving Logotheti a formal document by which Messrs Pinney Son bound themselves to make good to him his heirs or assigns the loss ot a ruby approximately of a certain weight and quality which ho had lost through their carelessness- On tho day following Barakas liberation Lady Maud received Marga rets pressing message begging her to go to Bayreuth The message reached her before noon about the time when Margaret and her companions had come back from their morning walk and after hesitating for half an hour she telegraphed that she would come with pleasureand would start at once which meant that evening She had Just read the omclal account ot the ruby case In Its new as pect and she did not believe a word of the story To her mind it was quite clear that Logotheti was still Infatu ated with the girl that he had come to London as fast as he could and that he had deliberately sworn that the ruby was not his but another ono In order to get her out of trouble If it was not his it had not been stolen from Plnneys and tho whole case fell through at once It she was declared Innocent the stone must bo given back to her he would take It from her as soon as they were alone and return j It to his own pocket and being an oriental he would probably beat her for robbing him but would not lot her out of his sight again till ho was tired of her Lady Maud had heard from i her late husband how all Turks beI llcvcd that women had no souls and IIandpers This view was exaggerated but I Lady Maud was In a humor to recall It and accept It without criticIsm and she made up her mind that before leaving town to Join Margaret sho would mako sure of tho facts No friend of hers should marry a man capable of such outrageous deeds So she went to Logothetls lodgings and asked to see him as regardless of what any one should think of her If she were recognized as she had been In the old days when she used to go to Van Torps chambers in tho Tem pIe in the evening She was told that Logothetl was out of town Where The servant did not know that The lady could see the secretary who might perhaps toll her lie received every one LogothetlShe went up ono flight and was ad witted to a very airy sitting room simply furnished The Swiss secretary rose ponder ously to receive her and as she did not sit down he remained standing Ills vast face was fringed with a beard of no particular color and hIs eyes were fixed and blue In his head like turquoises set In pale solo leather- I am Countess Leven she said and I have known Mona LogotheU some time Will you kindly toll me where ho 1sT I do not know madam was the answerHe not In London T- At present I do not know madam line be left no address Do you not forward his letters to him No madam I do not forward his letters to him Then I suppose he Is on his yacht suggested Lady Maud Madam I do not know whether he Is on his yacht You dont seem to know any thingPardon mo madam I think I know my business That is all I know Lady Maud held her beautiful head a little higher and her lids dropped sllbtly u she looked down at him for he wee shorter than she But the huge leathern face was perfectly Im passive and the still turquoise eyes surveyed her without winking She bad never seen such stolidity in a human being There was clearly nothing to bo done and she thought the secretary distinctly rude but as that was no reason why she should be she bade him goodmorning civilly and turned to go Somewhat to her surprise he followed her quickly across the room opened tho door for her and went on into the little hall to let her out There was a small tablo there on which lay some of Logothetis hatB- and several pairs of gloves wore laid out neatly lJJeforo them There was one pair of a light gray very much smaller than all the rest so small In deed that they might havo fitted a boy ot seven except that they looked too narrow for any boy They were mens gloves as to length and buttons but only a child could have worn themLady Maud saw them Instantly und reriembered Barakas disguise and as she passed the Wg umbrella Jar I Ito go out she saw that with two of Logothotls sticks there was a third fully four inches shortbrl Just a plain crook handled stick with n sliver ring That was enough Baraka had cert- aInly boon In the lodgings and had probably left in thorn everything that belonged to her disguise The fact that the gloves and tho stick wero in the hall looked very much as If sho had come In dressed as a man and had left them there when she had gone away in womans attire That she was with Logothetl most probably on his yacht Lady Maud had not the least doubt as she went down the stairsThe Swiss secretary stood at tho open door on the landing till she was out of sight below and then went In again and returned to work over a heap of business papers and letters When he had worked half an hour he leaned back In his leathern chair to rest and stared fixedly at the bookcase Presently ho spoke aloud In English as If Lady Maud were still in the room In tho same dull matterof fact tone but more forcibly as to expression S IAfter Hours He Come It is perfectly true though you do not believe me madam I do not know anything How the dickens should I know where they are madam T But I know my business That is all CHAPTER X f The Erlnna was steaming quietly down the channel In a fiat calm at the lazy rato of 12 knots an hour presumably In order to save her coal for she could run 16 when her owner liked and ho was not usually fond of going slow Though September was at hand and Guernsey was already on the port quarter the sea was motion less and not so much as a cats paw stirred the still blue water but the steamers own way made a pleasant draught that fanned the faces ot Logo thoU and Baraka as they lay In their long chairs under tho double awning outside tho deckhouso Tho Tartar a and Jacket of dark bluo yachting serge which did not fit badly considering that they had been bought readymade by Logothetla man She had little white tennis shoes on her which were crossed one over tho other on the deck chair but instead of wear- Ing a hat she had bound a dovecol ored motor veil on her head by a sin gle thick gold cord in tho Asiatic way and the thin folds hung down on each side and lay on her shoulders shading her face and the breeze stirred them Logothotls valet had been sent out in a taximeter provided with a few measurements and plenty of cash and commissioned to everything that a girl who had nothing at all to wear visible or In visible could possibly need Ho was also instructed to find a maid who could speak Tartar or at least a little TurkishAfter five hours he had come back with a heavy load of boxes ot all shapes and sizes awl the reauJred maid You can find anything faa great city If you know how to look for tt and ho had discovered through an agency a girl from Trcblzondo who had been caught at 13 years old by missionaries brought to England and educated to go into service sbo spoke English very prettily and had not altogether forgotten the lingua franca of 1 Asia Tho consequence of her presence was that Baraka was dressed with great neatness and care and looked very presentable though her clothe were only readymade things bought by a manservant who bad only her height and the size of her waist U guldo him Logothotl watched her delicate energetic profile admiring the curves of her closed lips and the willful turning up of her little chin She was moro than very pretty now he thought and ho was quietly amused at his own audacity In taking her to sea alone with him almost on tho eve of his marriage It was cape chilly diverting to think ot what the proper people would say it they knew It and to contrast the Intentions they would certainly attribute to him with Five Had Back 1 I girl woro skirt feet buy the perfectly honorable ones ho enter I tallied As for Baraka It never occurred to her that sho was not as safe with hku ns sho had been In her fathers house In tho little white town far away nearly three years agu and besides her steel bodkin with tho silver han die had been given back to her and sho could feel It In Its placo when she J pressed her left hand to her atdo Logothetl has been first ot all pre occupied about getting Baraka out of England without attracting attention at i and then for her comfort and recov ery from tho strain and suffering of the last few days As for that she was like a healthy young animal and as soon as sho lied a chanco she had fallen so sound asleep that she bad not waked for 12 hours Logothetls Intent was to take her to Paris by a roundabout way and establish her under somo proper sort of protection Margaret was still in Germany but would soon return to France and he had almost made up his mind to ask her advice not dreaming that in such a case she could really deem anything he did an unpardonable offence Ho i had always laughed at tho convention alities of European life and had paid very little heed to them when they stood In his way TO BE CONTINUED Wit Often an Affliction Wit Is an affliction unless used with discretion and good sense The habit of being Invailably amusing will bring you into great disfavor Tho sharp tongued woman who will have her little laugh at tho expense of her neigh bore usually pays dearly for her fun It is as much an art to bo quiet and Beltpossessed as to be vlraclou and entertaining and the woman who can adjust her moods to the occasion is the one who nnds herself usually tAr most popular memger of Uu tow mually twiiiNiiiTw ot lfrmrileIlJay rns ICriisin L W lowers Career Insulted by a Judge the Man Who May Become a Supreme Court Justice Nearly Abandoned the Practise of Law Now that Lloyd W Bowers the so licitor general ot the United States Is being talked ot ns a probable Taft 1 nomination for the Supremo court Inn reminded ot an Incident In Mr s Bowers career which furnished the crisis of his life and of that Incident I havo personal knowledge remarked a lawyer of national fame who once was very close himself to becoming a Supremo court justice I think I am cote In saying con tinued my informant that there Is not at tho bar ot the United States and never has been a man of greater delicacy of sentiment or ot more con stant and perfect recognition of tho rights and feelings ot others than Mr t Bowers Ho also has a high sense of personal honor and It was due to the combination ot these characteristics that there arose the crisis In his life of which I speak- Following his graduation from the i Columbia law school ho had been for some time managing clerk of a lead ing law omco In New York city I There he was highly esteemed and a great career was predicted at the bar ak for him And there ho appeared one day displaying every evidence of a 1fr sense of humiliation the manner ot a man who had mot with a grievous per sonal Insult i Ills friends flocked around him what was the matter they asked l Then In effect Mr flowers told them j that ho had that day had such an un happy experience In court bo had de sided to abandon forever the profes yt lion of tho law He had appeared In 1 court bo sold to ask that a long pending matter bo decided by the j court stating that It was of no real consequence how the matter was de clded but that It was Imperative that tho decision should be made that tho accounts In question might bo settled f and money necessary for tho living ex pen Ie of hU client bo released Rut no sooner had ho made his statement j Mr Dower went on to say than tho court visited Its linger upon him shocking and humiliating him lO he had decided to abandon tho hatI because he did not wish ever to be placed in such a position where ho could bo Insulted whllo at tho same time It would be Impossible for 1him to resent the Insult Y Mr Dowers was perfectly sincere ssIn his expressed purpose to give up I career as a lawyer despite tho bright future that was before him and I rt General Broke Down Fearing He Would Lose the Battle of the Unless Discour t aged Soldiers Were Paid 4 A year or so before tho venerable tCC Clarke now In hIs eightyeighth year retired In 1900 ns vlco president of tho Now York Central railroad ho called mo Into his office and pointed to a paragraph in a newspaper contain ing some reference to Robert Morris tho financier of tho American rovolu g + tlon k In tho late thirties when I went to college In Geneva N Y said Mr Clarke I made tho acquaintance of a man of tho namo of Brown who had 3 for years been postmaster of tho vII k lage and who was then well along in tho eighties In tho course of this ac qualutunco I found out that he tad been a clerk In tho office of Robert I Norris at the tlmo when ho was ex hausting his fortune in behalf of the i- ffighting colonies and many an hour I tho old man listening to his anecdotes of tho great financier And then one day my aged friend told mo this story of Robert Morris and Georgo Washington which I have never seen In print One afternoon shortly before tho Battle of the Bran ywlne which took place In tho fall of 77 said Mr Brown General Washington unat tended como to Mr Morris office Ho seemed to bo In great anxiety and ho hastened to explain to Mr Morris that unless he could have some money with which to make at least a partial- r4payment to his soldiers he did not ber have that It would bo possible for him many months without pay They had endured many hardships Their priva tions their dire need of money had in a measure demoralized and die couraged them j + And right here and all of a sud den said Mr Brown General Wash r ington broke down completely lIe put s his hands to his taco so that he might + hW emotion but I saw tho t tears trickling down between his hands lie was completely overcome and I was so awestricken at tho spec table of the commanderln chief of the Continental army in tears that I stood ai though I were transfixed to the il to seek a livelihood In some other way Ills friends realizing his sin cerlty attempted most earnestly to dissuade him from his purpose They asked him to como to no decision un til ho bad given very careful thought to the matter at last they gained this concession from him and I have al ways believed that it was this advice that finally persuaded Mr Bowers to abandon his purpose to leavo the law uuuuuuunnnnnunn of Old Baseball1 Senator Bulkeleys Discovery of Little William Barlow Who First Dem onstrated for the Hartford the Value of Bunt Ono day In tho early spring ot 1874 when Morgan Bulkeley now lien ator tram Connecticut was backing almost singlehanded tho Hartford Conn baseball nine which two years later just missed winning tho championship being only two games behind the Chlcagos ho took mo to seo a game between the Hartfords and a semiprofessional club Wo sat In the scorers box- I havo brought you here said Bulkoley tho most enthusiastic fan I have ever known that you might see at work the now youngster I found playing with the old Atlontlcs ot Brooklyn lies out there at short stop now and I want you to keep your ego on him I dont mean that you should keep your eyes glued on him while bo Is playing shortstop al though be Is very good In that pOll lion But when bo comes to bat dont take your eyes off of him Pretty soon the youngster In ques tion slight of build and only a few inches over ftvo feet came to bat Now cautioned Mr Bulkeley you will sec something that you have never seen before I dont know whether its right or not according to baseball rules but ho does Itand there you are Tho boy stod at tho plate with tho bat oustretched directly In front of him like a musket at present arms Thus holding tie bat he let tho ball hit It squarely after one or two balls had been pitched Immediately the hall dropped jumped In front of the homo plate and Barlow was within safe striking distance of first base beforo tho pitcher could recover tho ballMr Bulkeley beamed all over Now he shouted above tho uproar you will see the captain of the other nine making vigorous objection Sure I When Washington xisBrandywlne approachingX hconceal Story Days Cried tk- I floor I looked at Mr Morris to see how he was affected and found him trylifg to relieve tho situation by appearing to bo busy arranging some pa pen that had been spread before him prior to General Washingtons en trance Then as suddenly as ho had broken down General Washington regained his composure and went on to say that If Mr Morris could find with in twenty four hours sufficient money to pay each man In the army a little of what was duo him this payment would do much to revive the armys courage and morals and this were accomplished there was little doubt but that the British would be held In checkFor a moment Mr Morris was si lent then ho replied that ho himself was without funds that ho did not know where bo could raise oven the Dumb Sense Humor Two Incidents that como under my observation in the zoo seemed to show that birds and animals havo a keen sense of humor which comes to the surface when they are not worrying about tho next meal said an observ log woman There were several women and men In front of the bear den The big grizzly looked at them for a while and then went to the pool and rolled about until his shaggy coat got full of water Mo then sidled up to the bars until within a few feet of the visitors Thon he shook himself as a dog does and drenched the raiment of the women Naturally they screamed and tho bear appeared to chuckle over his joke and repeated tho performance ana new crowd half nn hour later flamingo In the big flying cage provoked laughter by his clownllke feat of walking or rather running on the surface of the water The water in tho pool is about three feet dpep Starting from the bank he would run across the pool his long legs going like those of an ostrich Looking at his legs only you would think he was running on tho water Looking high er you would seo th t his wings car nod him over He seemed to know be was foolingt Anyway soon alter the Incident in the courtroom occurred Mr Bowers wont to Minnesota and in a little while became counsel for the Chicago Northwestern railway system Within ten years he was general coup sel In Chicago for the whole system Now ho Is solicitor general In the department of justice and in all probability will bo named within a few years at the most as an associate jus Ice of tho Supremo court Yet you see how narrowly he missed the dIll tinguished career ho has made as a lawyer Copyright 1910 by E J Edwards nuuuu G If A enough vigorous protests were made but without avail Again in his proper order the youngster stood at tho homo plate But this time Instead of holding the club rigidly In front of him he tossed It at tho ball just before It was over the plate That swerved tho ball so that It rolled rather slowly towards third base He will get to first base before the third baseman can pick It up announced Mr Bulks ley confidently And tho youngster did I looked at Mr Bulkeley In wonder In all my baseball days I had never soon anything like the batting of this lad Mr Bulkeley smiled enthusias tically They call that a bunt he said Some baseball players think that It is all right Somo insist that it isnt fair It is an entirely new freak in baseball and this boy has in vented it Ills name is Barlow In these days when tho scientific bunt Is one of tho Important features of tho national game It is probable that Morgan G Bulkeley senior sen ator from Connecticut when things grow a little dull In the senate cham ber recalls with a considerable degree of satisfaction that It was with his first Hartford baseball nine that little William Barlow demonstrated fully tho value of tho but In baseball to the player who knows bow to employ It skillfully This Barlow did In less thn one season for a serious Ill nose did not permit him to play long with the Hartfords Yet In the short while that he was with the team he taught the secret of tho bunt to his teammates and It was one at the tricks that speedily made Jtbo Hart ford club one of the countrys best for a few years- Copyright 1910 by Eo J Edwards Poetry Interpreted WillyWhy Is It tho shades of night are falling fast Nllly Because tho girls inside are going to bedYole Record small amount asked on such short notice but that he would do the best he could adding that ho did not feel jus tilled In encouraging any hope In Gen eral Washingtons breast that the money could be secured General Washingtons reply was simple I know that you will do all you canas you have done already ho said Then he took Mr Morris hand hold It for a moment and went away without again speaking I never knew whether Mr Morris secured the money or not Mr Drown added I do know that he went out of the omco Immediately after General Washington had departed Two days later I think It was tho Battle of Brandywlno was fought General Washington was defeated and tho British occupied Philadelphia Maybe It was all because Mr Morris was not ablo to get for General Washington tho little money that be needed so badly for his soldiers But I cannot say for a certainty Copyright 1910 by E J Edwards V ro of the onlookers and kept on doing his stunt until the visitors caught on to the fraud and stopped laughing Bitter Miss Anna Held at a tea on la Prov once praised tho French The only French quality I dislike she said Is cynicism and sometimes I think French cynicism is preferable to AngloSaxon sentimentality The mushy AngloSaxon Idealiza tlon of stage hero or book here is In my opinion falser to human na turo than the cynical French womans remark Nothing equals the skepticism of a married woman unless Indeed it be the credulity of an unmarried- one ProductionWorlds Wino Last year the production of wine in the world wag halt a billion gallons less than in 1908 The chief reductions wore scored In Austria Bulgaria Hungary Italy Portugal and Spain The United States kept pretty well up Algeria producing six times as much as this country gained Greece and Servia gained Chile produced 50 per cent more than this country 1 If j I JacobsWrestling With God By Rev W H Carwtrdlne Humboldt Park Methodist Church Chlcaco I will not let Thee go except Thou bleu me Qeneili K28 Two brothers have been separated for twenty years said Rev Mr Carwardlno They parted In anger Esau the elder vowed to slay Jacob the younger for robbing him of his birthright It was a bad affair But time had wrought a change Tho elder brother had become the head of a wild roving and Indomitable race of people The younger brother had been a wanderer but had gathered about him by industry and shrewd trading a largo fortune Now with his herds servants and family he Is moving back to the country of his early days News Is brought that Esau Is coming to meet Jacob and In fear tho latter imagines that there is still hatred in his heart Ho seeks to pro pitiate his brother with magnificent gifts sends his flocks and family ove tho brook and beside the still waters of Jabbok he has the struggle of his lifeJacobs wrestling with tho angel Is the strugglo of a soul with his God Jacob was a racemaker Ho had suf bored In many ways by his fraud per petrated on Esau But Jacob was the greater man of tho two and by right of character and intellect was better fitted for the birthright and the prestige which it gave him than was Esau The result was an Illustration of the survival of the fittest Man must suffer for the evil he has done but ho can rise superior to the mistakes and blunders of his youth If there had been no hope for Jacob after tho duplicity and deceit of his earlier life largely the result of an overweening fondness of a mother for her favorite child then there would be no hope for a vast number of good men In this life But there must come the time of struggle with its bitter tears and Its fear and anguish Through deep waters of mental and physical anguish mans better nature coulee to tho front and he rises to a higher Ideal All souls that have wrought good to the world have had the storm and stress of struggle Woo J + the man who has evaded this strug lIe whose courage failed him at the crucial moment who ran from tho angel of his better self and let slip the golden opportunity to rfn the self victoryEvade tho struggle and degenera tion sots In Degeneration Is a terri ble force as Inevitable as the laws of the universe The uncultivated field returns to weeds Flowers and fruit degenerate If not cared tort The change consoQuent on neglect Is al ways for the worse What we call the dregs of society contains men who once bad a chance and have settled to tho bottom of tho social mass If neg lected physically he becomes dehu manized If neglected mentally he lapses into imbecility If neglected spiritually he becomes hardened toward God and things divine It is not the dreamers and seers of visions who have played the great part in the worlds drama It Is rather the strug glers and wrestlers who havo wrought out tho great things for humanity When on tho morrow Jacob had fought his battle and had halted upon his thigh he had crossed the Jabbok a now man He had crossed his spiritual Rubicon and had buried the bridges behind him and went out to a new life Tell mo thy name cried this man In the night struggle to tho angel It was the demand of the soul for an answer to the mystery of deity and things holy It is the mystery of all things that touch on Immortality and the eternal verities What Is the an swer to tho demands of the soul What is the answer to the Inquiry of my heart and my Intellect as con corning the things that Ho out so mysteriously beyond the ken of human conception All men In greater or less degree have this demand of the Inner nature for an answer to the deep rid dIe of life and the future The answer to Jacob came by pray er Physically he was crippled for life but his loss was his strength In his weakness he had received the greatest blessing of his life When man battles truly with God he will be defeated as to his pride and his self glory but he will bo victor In the soul strength that makes for a nobler life Better to lose some things than to lose ones spiritual power There are some scars that are worth having Either the devil will inflict scars or God will Better to carry about you tho scars of tho Almighty than those of the evil one The old veteran who marched in the parade last Monday may havo had the wounds of battle on his body but they were honorable wounds and gained In a just struggle Out of the scars and smltlngs of lifes struggle comes the beatification of noble upllftlngs Necessity drove this man to his knees When we feel that the aven ger Is on our path when tho precipice yawns beneath our feet when the 90 of a lifetime Is about to be reveale when hope dies out and out last re source Is cut off then It is that some men think of God Sorrows and afflic tions drive many men to God There was a time when we loved to choose our own way and did not pray that God should lead us on Thank God then that He bears our prayer Not all men aro led this way But some are and It is good to know that the ear ot the eternal Is not deaf to our entreaty nor Ills arm shortened the lln cannot help 1 ISjS Berea College mo FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 state 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 liksV himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enteri THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and General advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful lite CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo 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 Ge man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses With use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern mothods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a first claso 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 tees i 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 expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoplerwho are supporting Beroa in order that It may train young men and tar lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who maybe alck the College provides doctor and nurso 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 ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex pense Writ to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta 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 ot 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 Cello Glato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows I FALL Model School VocationalNormal Academy IIncidental Fee GOO 600 700y Room 5CO 660 669IBoard 7 weeks 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2960 3050 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room t 600 600 600 Board C weeks Don 900 900 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2001 2100 2200 Board for 6 weeks duo Feb 15 1911 900 900 901 Total for term 2900 3000 3100 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3058 l SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 400 v 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 676 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1676 1775 Board for 5 weeks duo May 3 1911 675 675 675ITotal for term 2360 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of aIterm receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for tion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle ofa term will receive a certificate for onehalt the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the st dent in person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms t The first day of Fall term Is September 14 1910 l The flat day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 Tho tint day ot Spring term Is March 29 1911 For IntonnaUoa or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEI 4 BEREA KENTUCKY 0 J I l i pedQyss3hoe- i bends with your foot- IL Does this look like a I 1 I shoe comfortIYet hundreds of women say II I I never knew such comfort Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 5 I I I E F COYLE1 You pay lessor get more II Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES DR BEST DENTISTC1TT OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky if WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices J S Gott Depot Street t Dr W G Best and father were in Lexington last Thursday to attend the I fairMiss Bettlo Hardin was detained from her work at the exchange last week on account of Illness Remember to go to the Box Sup per at the Berea Baptist church next nightI Will Isaacs have been having as their guest for several weeks Miss Beavln a sister of Mrs IsaacsMr E L Robinson attended the I Lexington fair last Thursday 1 Prof and Mrs Rumold who have been spending the summer in Kansas returned to Berea Friday FOR SALE House and lot on Wal nut Street Cottage of five rooms well built nearly new For terms call on Mrs Lida Wbyland On receiving word that Mr John Gabbard who has been in the west f for the past two months for his i health was very sick his wife and brother B H Gabbard left Mon l day morning for Roy New Mexico where he has been staying The annual reunion of the John t son family and their relatives took place Monday at the Big Spring on Mr Squire Johnsons place One of the leading features of the day was i a ball game between Blue Lick and 5Silver Creek teams Rev W1T gave a very Interesting talk J to tho company in the afternoon It goes without saying that there was a bountiful basket dinner on the groundsDont forget the Box Supper J tho Berea Baptist church next rtI day night Aug 23rd Mr T J Kinnard and Mr James McDaniel of this place attended tho fair at Lexington last week Miss Mattle McGuire ot Paint Lick f IB visiting friends in Berea this week Miss Bettlo Lambert returned Sun day from quite a visit with friends near Paint Lick A crowd of young people went to Robes mountain last Friday for an all day picnic and report a fine tIme Mrs Hardin Golden visited at the It home of her son Mr Will Golden last I Wednesday and Thursday in Lexing ton- That Box Supper next Tuesday at Berea Baptist Church will be the biggest ever- WANTEDe Reliable energetic man Itosell Lubricating oils graeses and paints In Madison and adjacent coun t ties Salary or Commission inII laces embroideries braids trimmings j dress fabrics and the very best i and latest in linens shantungsand donfforget the chinaware at- rI i9w uc Jc 1 f Mr Harrison Coldlron who has l een very low with typhoid Is 1mI provingMessrs U S and John A Wyatt were in Lexington Friday Miss Stella Cravens of Lexington is the guest of Mabel Dlcl ell this weekRev H M Racer known to many Berea people has resigned his pas torate at Lafolletto Tenn where he has been located the past four years He expects to take a needed rest with relatives and friends in the north before taking up his work againMiss Laura Duncan is visiting her brother Will at Norwood Ohio Mrs Pat Kearns and children of Paris visited home folks last week Miss Eva Duncan left Saturday noon for Cincinnati to attend the Fall Opening- The Rev Geo B Hatfleld of Toledo preached at the Union church Sunday morning and at the Baptist church Inuthe evening A large crowd was Inrattendance at both churchesJ Iiimeetinglost Sunday night with the Gods Guidance In Our subJectI meeting was very helpful Gabbard leads next Sunday Subject Duty under mtUculUesIEverybody old and young are in I vlted to the Box Supper at Be aIBaptist Church next Tuesday is Prof LoVant Dodge will preach in I the Union church house Sunday next I Aug 21st from the text Thou shalt in know hereafter Miss Dora Ely who is teaching atIBobtown was in town over Sunday Dr W 0 Powell of Louisville who delivered the sermon Sunday at tho V InDaythe home of o P WilksInhomo in Pulaski County last weotet Both havo been students lu Berea = College for several years They will live in Berea this fall and early win ter with Mr and Mrs L L Shadoln Mr Huff Is working with Mr Henry Lengfellner In February he will again take up his engineering course at Ohio State University and complete it in a few months Mr and Mrs Huffs many friends wish them good luck and happiness Mr and Mrs E L Stephens of Salyersvllle stopped over a few hours last Thursday to visit with Mr and Mrs Noah May Mr Stpehens was Mr Mays first teacher when he left home for the first time No very definite word has been received in regard to Mrs Taylor for several days A letter from Willard Bozarth wrlton Monday says that ho was at Atlantic City to seo her and she was then better but the date in not known LaterA telegram tells of slight Improvement Excursion Rates to London Fair Aug 23 to 26 Ticket good to return till Aug 28th Fare 140 On Aug 26th a special train will leave Berea for London at 724 a m and returning leave London at 445 I MRS EARLVS r o v TWaua FLY TORMENT HOW TO PREVENT IT cI ows 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 summerIIHow can 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 I Porter Drug Company INCORPORATEDI + Mr S Q Lalnhart and Prof L Dodge are In possession of two reg soldiers buttons each found by Mr F M Durham of County when making a vis to the Missionary Ridge battlefield looking very old they have remarkablyI thinks of the probable experience of their wearer they seem a grewsomo but deeply Interesting relic Mr L L Johnson of New York City visiting his sister Miss Llnna Johnson of the Hospital Mr Chas Barton Is visiting friends Berea At the Republican convention for this the Eighth Congressional district hold in the Opera House at Danville on the 9th Inst Prof L Dodge was made both temporary I permanent Chairman Col R Ewell formerly of Laurel but now f Jessamine Co was placed in nomination for Congressman Ho ta to many Bereans times hero very acceptably havingI FROSTS FISHINI HlmselflWhile Antiquities of Great Interest and Value President Frost has not been able to pursue any arduous occupation while abroad not oven travel but ha has looked through the great libra rice museums and book stores as fisherman goes through the nI and will bring homo many thln which will lend interest to Baron classrooms in all departments There will be pictures for the great corri dor of Pearsons Hall and the pub lic rooms of other dormitories Ho has somo specimens of old English carving for tho woodwork department and old English printing for the Printing Department And the classes in History and Literature will be greatly helped by several hundred volumes for tho Library somo of which like the Breeches Bible SerI CREAM FLOUR ECONOMY JARS I AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea Ky time are exceedingly valuable The President will have lectures upon Bunyan Carey and Spurgeon the great Baptists whose homes he has visited as well as upon the Wes bye and the great reformers of tho old world And ho promises abstracts of these lectures and other articles for The Citizen the homing year Wo shall hole also that Mrs Frost will give further accounts of things seen and heard In England ICE CREAM SOCIAL There will bo an ice cream so cial at the Glades church Saturday evening Aug 20th Everybody Invited NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Ilnt raKe tors for the last week In Mayor Gay nors case has been favorable Ho Is habitually cheerful has a good uppo Ute and his pluso and temperature nro also good It Is thought now that theIIhysicians ROOSEVELT STUDIES FARMING Last week formbr president Roosevelt surprised tho newspaper men by quite an uncxp t ia sociological trip among the miners of Pennsylvania This week he studied farm conditions I In Long Island We have always known that Mr Roosevelt was a many sided man and wonder what lIe will undertake next No doubt his obI 1 servaUons and conclusions will bo forthcoming In the Outlook of which ho Is a contributing editor HAS HEARD A VOICETho Insurgents of tho west havo lilted up their voices and It Is believed that j Ires Taft hiss heard them It Is re that ho has finally concluded canIIthat ho Is j lion NEW HAMPSHIRE LETTER I Hanover IAug CharlestonlWest mathematics who is widely known as an export his own department of study and a versatile genius in many other lln So far removed is ho from tho specialist that he has assisted InI making a geological survey of I State of Now Hampshire and has collected and mounted all our native birds At present five years from the retiring age he is director of the Summer School teaches three four hours every day presides lrI all functions of the Summer and spends time every day In public service as Judge of the Police i Court lie finds time to work In his I garden now and then to feed his i chickens and to carry some choice i eerrIwherecheer This is a beautiful country I am 11n I very much enjoy the neatness thrift which are everywhere seen Tho other day I was up In the lower j In the College park and could see over the country all around Hanover The hills prevented a distant view but I could see nothing but wellkept Eldean Patent Flour 70c a bag cash at WJTatumsFresh North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky L 1AN 1frH To wY YOUR COAL yMt lt1o cow I If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at orr- sHolliday fib Co Phone 169 and 71 Berea Ky eroIroom I have walked through nil this little town searching for signs of poverty or distress for lack of moans and have not discovered any evidences ot grinding toll or bitter poverty There seems to bo more work to do theISitting at my window In ono of the College dormitories 1 see beautiful green lawns noble trees and stately and substantial buildings Tho fine stone chapel is opposite and Its north transept Is covered with J1artlcultlrI areIall Its top fresh green twigs showing growth Ono is dying at tho top tho other growing at the top I want my young Kentucky friends to IKJ like the second tree and bo growing ut tho top The way to do it is to keep in school to keep on study to keep on thinking ling week I shall go to my own and have tho inoxpresslblo pleasure of seeing my own kindred onco more My address there will bo Meredith N H and I shall hope to hear from my leer friends who may road this letter which I send to Tho Cllliun fo that all may know that I hold them In affectionate romcmberanco Josephine A Robinson ANOTHER SALEWe Have Decided to Have Another Sale and that Will Be on Dress Shirts FOR 10 DAYS BEGINNING AUGUST 13 Dont Buy Any Shirts until Saturday and then You Will Get BargainsIi 200 Shirts Cut to 159 100 Shirts Cut to 79 150 119 50 tit 39 Come in First and Buy Yourself Half Dozen RHODUS C HAYES r MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY t II IIA I I IIIItUIIIIOoiiiJ TJ I i S- l 0 Failed in Health RuthWardchildren I had never been strong and this with the shock of meI all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had the painsAhad done her so much good so 1 commenced to use it and now 1 am in good health Take CARDUIJ 44The Womans Tonic Womens pains arc relieved or prevented and womens strength is quickly restored by Cardui the womans tonic You yourself know best need H or not If you do need it do not May but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the hill Dont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Writ lot nadirs Advisors Dept Outttnoon Medldne Co Chattanooe Ten for Setelal tnttnutiom and Mpajo book Home Treatment for Women tent free MOVING IN DAY tConnnu6 rom ant psgc Good leadership sessential to thI success of every enterprise In Mr W II Porter this Sunday School has a I Mr W H I competent and who to use a slang always on the job thusiastic leadership seven years this to Its present was brought out In Sunday School Glade Church tho School and this Is would have been tho loyal cooperation fof efficient and v seams to tho writer PorterFLOUR lit factor In tho school Is to bo found meeting of tho rI c y cabinet meeting as it wore of tho Sunday School Hero tho lesson for I tho following Sunday is studied Under tile leadership of tho Superinten dent and ways and means of increas ing tho efficiency of tho work aro discussed Experience has shown that organiz ation is a great factor in tho successful I conduct of Sunday School classes A number of tho classes in this school have organized and havo elected officers and different com mittees to push the various depart ments of tho work of thu class and other classes are planning to organ I The most illustration comIllosed loncherIThisforty an average about twentyfive Tho Young Mens Itaraca Class Is another class under the leadership of Mr JohnIWelch as president and Its thusiastic officers is making excel lent progress The class now has an tiycrngo attendance of twenty young men and Is taught by Mr II 11 Howoll In this class emphasis is laid upon tho cooperation of nil members In4 all the various depart monte of class work and free open discussion of tie lesson as well asI all other matters is encouraged On Tuesday night Aug 23rd this class In order to raise tho amount pledged i toward Uio now building give with tho assistance of tho WI11el then class a box supper on the grounds Tho town and country peo plo of all churches and donomlna i YOU KNEAD THE DOUGH I made with our flour about half as lopg as you take with ordinary brands Thats a saving of labor It takes mnch less of our Cream of 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 MILLS B ftlKy I ANDREW ISAACS Prop I lions are Invited ThoBaracas plan to mako this tho biggest thing of tho kind over pulled off In Berca Wero proof needed to demonstrate tho value of tho organized class wo havo but to study tho growth of tho i Baraca Movement Twenty years ago j the first Baraca class was organized I by a young business man named Mart shall A Hudson of Syracuse New York The success of his methodsi was so great that many other Sun themII a town or city of any slzo between I tho Atlantic and tho Pacific that has not ono or more Baraca classes Over ten thousand Baraca classes aro now members of the World Wldo Baraca Union Years ago there was a feel ing prevalent among men that the Sunday School was all right for tho women and tho children but was hardly tho placo for full grown men This is entirely changed today Tho Sunday School is getting to bo a mens movement and wo find engaged In the work many of tho most suc cessful then of all callings A feature of tho recent World Wldo Sunday School Convention held In Washington was tho parading around the capital ot tho nation of over 10000 young men all members ot organized classesI School Movmeent it self is not more than a Century old yet today there are In tho United States In round numbers 150000 Sunday Schools with fifteen million pupils In tho world at large there aro over 250000 Sunday Schools with two and a half million teachers and a total membership of about 27000 000 In this brief period tho Sunday School has proved itself tho greatest agency of tho Church In spreading tho knowledge of tho Gospel and in tho salvation of souls At tho evening service a crowded houso heard tho address ot tho Rev G D Hatflold of Toledo Ohio a guest of tho Union Church of this city on Tho Puritan and tho Puritan SpiritA impetus was given to tho work of this growing church by the coming of tho Rev W P Wllks to strongII Rev W P Wilks also a popular pastor and is making many friends Mr Wllks Is ad A D graduate of Howard College of Birmingham Ala and a few months ago received tho Degree of Master Theology from the Southern Baptis- Theological Seminary of Louisville Under his leadership tho attendance upon tho Church service has greatly increased and all the work ot tho Church has taken a great forward step It Is noteworthy that the ca pacity of tho Church auditorium Is frequently taxed at tho Sunday night services which aro designed especially for tho young people Tho accomplished wife of our pas tor who by the way Is a daughter ot Dr Powell Is doing well her part In this great work under the leader ship of our ablo and fearless prel1che- rThis church should accomplishgrelt things In tho cause of Christ EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from last page LESLIE COUNTY ItY11EN- Ryden Aug 13H M Hona ly has moved with his family to Dell Point Kentucky where ho will have charge of the Bell Point Lumber Co The people ot this county regret very much to havo Mr Hensely leave as ho Is a very wealthy man and fur nished much work for tho laboring people here Mary Hosklns tho County Superintendent is very ill with fover Quite a number of our boys and girls are contemplating going to Berca to attend school this fall and a larger number after tho holidays Squlro Bentley of the Hy den Precinct has put tho lid on mis demeanor offences It Is a common thing for Squlro Bentley to halo from five to ten cases to dispose of any Saturday and we say this tq Mr Bentleys credit that It Is hard for tho guilty to go free also It is very easy for tho accused who have been proven not guilty to come clear In his courts Wo need more officials like Mr Bentley John Gilbert traveling salesman of Bush Laurel Co was hero tho first of tho week talking to our merchantsTho farmers are through working their corn IIKITON Helton Aug 31Crops are look Ing fine owing to tho wet weather Tho Rov Silas Saylor preached to a largo congregation Sunday at Beech Fork school houseU L Wilson has not been well of lato but is improv ing nowJ B Wilsons baby has not been very well for tho last tow days Martha Morgan visited her sister Friday and Saturday Vlnsey and Ellen Howard attended meeting on Beach Fork SundayMrs Pear lie Taylor of Layman vUlted her father and mother the latter part of last week Laura Morgan Is getting along very well with her school WOOTON Wonton Aug 13Corn crops aro damaged considerably on account of rain and tho farmers are delayed In getting thru with themW B Muncy began teaching tho Wooton school Monday nearly fifty wero present oven tho farmers are not thru with their crops This shows that the people of this community havo a little Interest in education Sam Feltner and Emily Wooton wero married Sat l urday evening A social was given later at Sam Begleys which every body seemed to enjoy Mrs G A Steels and Llzano Napier left for Hot Springs for their health last Sunday They will probably be gone several months OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Sturgeon Aug 15Mrs Pleasant Strong who has been sick for sometime is better Frank Carmack and wife have gone to Oklahoma to mako their future home Janlo Hartsock and Lllllo Whicker will start to Vir ginia to visit relatives and friends also to a camp meeting In Lee Co Virginia tho 19th John Hughes and Iitcommences at Pack Spring Sept 2nd HARLAN COUNTY INCLINE Incline Aug 13Crops of all kinds look goodA now railroad Is now being built up the Cumberland and up Poor Fork to tho Creeks and work is progressing rapidly It Is thought that a railroad will como up tho Middle Fork to tho mouth of Greasy and up Greasy to tho mouth w 400in Improvements We are spending 40000 in grading and building Hillside avenue from Prospect street for onequarter of a mile through the Prospect Addition Although this property is only one block from Boone Tavern and the College Campus and in the finest neighborhood in Berea we are offering 18 lots in this addition at 150 to 300 These lots are all 65 five feet wide and range in depth from 153 to 187 feet all well drained i Prices are to be advanced 20 per cent when improvements are completed Go and look this prop erty over consider its many advantages and you will agree with us that these lots at our present prices are the greatest bargains ever offered in Berea Terms 10 per cent cash balance 10 per month without interestor taxes or on such terms as suits purchaser Dont delay act at once Write for printed matter about property free of cost PORTERHOWELL COr BEREA KENTUCKY 11 LI- II A itIl n a A AnnouncementiSubscriptions are now being received for stock in the United States Savings Bank which will be established in Berea c The proposed capital of the Bank is The price of each share of stock is Sloooajprice that will enable people of moderate as well as large means to become stockholders Seldom have the people of Madison County i and Eastern Kentucky been offeredsuch a sound highgrade investmentan investment that af fords both unquestioned safety and a substantial returnApplications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea 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 I Baker United States Savings Bank f r Berea Ky of Big Sine This will be a great benefit to the people heroA PROPOSED ORDINANCES Berea Ky July 19 1910 The City Council met in adjourned session Tuesday July 13 730 p m In the directors room of the Berea Nation al Hank Members present were Mayor JI Gay J W Fowler E C Seale Ambrose A Isaacs J K linker The following was proposed as an ordinance and readP- ROSOSED ORDINANCE Accepting and confirming the report of the street committee accepting the sidewalks constructed of concrete on Center and Adams streets InUerca and apportioning the cost thereof to the fronting or abutting property Be it ordained by the Board of Coun cll of the City of ucrcu jsi That the report of the street committee made to the Board of Council accepting the sidewalks constructed of concrete on Center and Adams streets In Berea Ky be and the same is hereby confirm ed and said sidewalks are hereby accept ed by this Board The total number of lineal feet of said sidewalk on Center street so con squarefeetcents Cost per square foot Is 133 cents Total cost of said walk on Cent er street 23625 Total number of tin eal feet on Adams street 164 Total number of square feet 820 Cost per lineal foot of sidewalk in front of Mrs Mary Preston property 50 cents Cose per square foot 10 cents Cost per lineal foot of the sidewalk In front of the property of D A Preston 6jcents Cost per square foot I33 cents Cost per lineal foot ofthe sidewalk In front of property of Bowling and- GDLPofr65cents Cost persquare foot 13 cents Total cost of sidewalk so constructedon Adams street 9282 Be It ordained by the Board of Council that the total cost of said sidewalk so constructed on Center and Adams streets be and the same Is hereby ap prol1ert sidewalks on Center and Adams streets and owned by the following parties respectively Mrs J W Hall property fronting 100 feet on said sidewalk on Ccnterstreet Number of lineal feet 100 Number of square feet 500 Cost per lineal foot 67 cents Cost per square foot 133 cents Total cost of said sidewalk f6750 6750 Is hereby assessed against the property Mrs J W Hall fronting and abutting 100 feet on said walk on Center street In Berea Ky and the constructor of said walk Louis Ballard Is hereby given a lien upon said proper ty to secure the payment of said 6750 and the city clerk Is directed to issue to said Louis Bollard against the above mentioned property of Mrs J W Hall an apportionment warrant for the sum of 6750 Mrs Mary Prestons property fronting 100 on south side Center street in Berea Ky Number of lineal feet too Number square feet 500 Cost per squarefootwalk in front of the property of Mrs Mary Preston 6750 6750 Is hereby assessed against the property fronting and abutting on said sidewalk and own ed by Mrs Mary Preston and the con structor of walk Frank Maupln Is hereby given a lien upon said 100 feet of property to secure the payment of herebydirectedconstructor an apportionment warrant for the sum of 6750 against the said property of Mrs Mary Preston- R D Cooks property fronting 50 ft on the south side of Center streetln Berea Ky Number of lineal feet 50 perlinealfoot 133 cents Total cost of side walk in front of property of R D Cook 3375 3375 is hereby assessed against the property D Cook fronting and abbuttlng upon said walk on south side of Center Street in lierea and the constructor of said walk Louis Ballard is hereby given a lien upon said property to secure him in the payment of said 3375 and the city clerk Is hereby dl rected to issue to said Louis Ballard an apportionment warrant for the sum of 3375 against the above property of R D Cook Mrs J M Harts property fronting 100 feet on the Center Street Number of lineal feet zoo num her of square feet 500 Cost per lineal foot 673c Cost per square foot z33cI Total cost of said side walk in front of 6750fG750property of Mrs J M Hart fronting and abutting too feet on said walk on side of Center Street in Berea Ky and the constructor Louis Ballard is propertytoand the city clerk Is hereby directed to issue to said Louis Ballard an apportion ment warrant against said 100 feet oftproperty of Mrs J M Hart for the sum 6750 Prestonfronting squnrefeetper square foot loc Total cost of the side walk In front of the property of Mrs Mary Preston on Street in Berea Ky 5000 5000 is hereby as sessed against said property of Mrs Mary Preston fronting andabutting upon said walk on Street and the constructor of said walk W L Adams Is hereby given a lien to secure him In the payment of said 5000 and the city clerk hereby directed to Usueto said W L Adams an opportionment warrant against said property for the the sum of 5000 frontinglinealfeetCost per lineal foot i UJc Total cost of sal walk In front of the property of D A Preston on North of Adams Street 3275 3275 is hereby assessed against the property of D A Preston fronting and abutting 48 fton said walk on north side of Adams Street and the constructor of said walk W L Adams is hereby given a lien upon said property to secure him in the payment 3275 and the city clerk Is hereby directed to issue to said constructor W L Adams an ap portionment warrant for the sum of 3375 against the above mentioned property of D A Preston The property of M D Bowling front ing o3 feet on said side walk on Adams Street Number of lineal feet zo3 I perlineal i 13c Total cost of side walk In front of property of M D Bowling on Adams i n Berea 682 682 Is j hereby assessed against the property M D Bowling fronting and ofIo3 feet on said side walk on side of Adams Street and the or of said walk W L Adams is here j hp given a lien upon said property of M D Bowling fronting ioj on Adams Street to secure him In the pa I ment of the 682 and the city clerk is hereby directed to issue to said constructor an apportionment warrantIagainst the above property of M D Bowling for the sum of 683 The property of G 11 Poll fronting N 5 feet on south side of Adams Street Number of lineal feets number of periinealfoot6zci i PolY on Adams St in Berca Ky 325 325 is herebyasseued against property G M Port fronting theIabutting 5 feet on said side walk Adams Street and the constructor ofsaid walk W L Adams Is hereby given a lien upon said property to secure him In the payment ot said 325 and the city clerk is hereby directed to Issue to said constructor W L Adams an ap portlonment warrant against above men boned property of G M Poff for the 325Said warrants Issued in pursuance to this ordinance shall bear interest at the rate of 6f er an num from Nov ist z9o9runtil paid and shall be a lien on the fronting and abutting property by virtue of the pro visions of the law In such cases made and providedIFollowing ordinance way offered ORDINANCE Be It ordained bv the Board of Coun ell of the city of Berea Ky That a curbing be constructed of concreted made according to specifications fur nished by the street committee said curbing to be constructed abutting the r property of Berea College Beginning at West side of Main Street and ex tending on both sides of Main and Chestnut Streets to the Junction of Chestnut and Ellipse Streets If said curbing is not constructed by Sept 15th 1910 the City Council will proceed to let contract for the same and assess the abuttingApproved MayorE r F 1 The CitizenI newspaper for all that It IRA l I IjljlamIlJ true and Interesting fitrr Thuraday at Berea Ky ri BEREA PUBLISHING CO i Incorporated I J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVAHC3 Ono Year a 6U MfiBtbi M Three Month 3J- i I i + Send money Foiloffice or Kipreia Money U Order Draft RegUtered Letter r one sad two t lent atampa The date name on label show toaflfftourwhat dale la paid It It II no lf haned withlm three weeks alter rtoewa anfy ut Ulaalnr lumber wilt be gladly aupplled it- are w noticed Fin premium cheap with new aubtcrl tlnDI tad prompt r new li send for Premium Un K Liberal tents gives to any who obtain new for ua one DdID ui four yearly auhscriptioncanredereThcCluaenfree ler for one Advertising ate on application UKU fR or UUtXOCJCY PRESS ASSOCIATION The noblest study of mankind weather Evidently the law of gravitation ba not been repealed For 50 cents row you can buy either a melon or a doyen lemons There are fow joyriders back of the i lawn mower or mowing machine this u year Last year Great Britain cut Its liquor bill 54000000 yet nobody died of thirstIt- it Keep cool and be cool The mental tt attitude has much to do with physi cal condition Bowling has been Introduced into 1r England It will now become popu Jar at Newport I Since the comet has departed peo pIe have to charge up to sun spots whatever they cannot understand Regarded merely as a peril it Is j much easier to dodge a coming aero plane than it is to dodgo a motorcycle It Is said that a subsUtute for ra Idlumhas been found Some druggists contrary a substitute is not allays something Just as good Music an aid to dairy manage k menU Thats an old story Was there comic without variaopera a 1chorust the merry merry milkmaid I An airship passenger service be tween London and Paris is being talked of People who expect to take that route should go to the trouble of first earning to swim And now they say that either a phonograph or a pretty singing milkmaid furnishing music in the stall makes a cow give more milk The cows r artistic discernment is apparently not highly developedIi It is estimated that over 15000000 1wordswere spoken during the recent session of congress All honor should be shown the stenographers whoI stayed at their posts and listened to every one of them An expert at the National Educa tional association convention in DosI ton says that children are naughty when they art ilL Will the old eayI IngJiavo to be revised to read Spare the castor oil and spoil the child 1 The northern Michigan dairyman who claims to have discovered that music sweet and low from a phono 1graph wooes milk rom his cows for ice cream by giving his Idevoted animals the cold shoulder j The dean of Norwich indignantly denies that King George ever had a morganatic wife and adds King George Is a man who with a wife of like disposition to himself has been wont during his leisure to sit In his garden with his young children round mightdothe dean mlgLt have told us how the kings tomatoes are coming onI The poor should be remembered thisIhot weather for their sufferings considerable Ice often means healtitIto the sick and puro milk life whichII their more fortunate brethren to supply them There should also be gen erous public support of the various 1 fresh alr enterprises which do sot much toward ameliorating the condi lion of the poor in a larva city during the heated term The discovery of defective armor plate on the battleships Utah and North Dakota after the ships had been commissioned has caused agitation in the navy department favorable to a plan for the inspection of the plating y of every battleship In service It is t fair to assume that if two battleships could be provided with faulty plates without discovery until the ships were in active service there may be other IIeSCalJedI i yr r j +i f 4 1 i I It M tIIa40Ior aT l BREAKS AIR RECORD AMERICAN AVIATOR ESTABLISH ES WORLD ALTITUDE MARK AT C7BO FEET FEAT ASTOUNDS EXPERTS Claimant Lands Safely Near Farm house 12 Mllea From Lanark Scot land After Two Hours Adventure Sensation of Scotch Meet Lanark ScotlandJ Armstrong Drexel the American millionaire avla tor Thursday night attained the worlds altitude record by ascending o760 feet according to the official an nouncementHis Lm will be submitted to the experts of the Kew observatory In London who will determine tho accuracy of the measurements Drexels flight was tho sensation of the aviation meeting Ascending at seven oclock in the evening he shot up Into a bank of clouds and dlsap peared from tho gaze of the anxious crowd Ills airship landed about two hours later 12 miles from Lanark Aeronauts aro enthusiastic over Drexels feat He made his attempt breakA his success excelled even the expecta friendssgasoline became exhausted Asbury Park N J Benjamin Prinz a balloonist was dashed to death at the dose o4 the program of the aviation meet at Intcrlaken field when he lost his grip on his trapeze and his life line broke Ho fell 6000 feet Into a tree Ten thousand persons saw him plunge His body was horribly mangled The accident was due to tho youths own carelessness Before swinging off the ground under the huge hot air bal loon in company with his team mate James Flemming Prinz forgot to buckle his safety belt to the trapeze bar of the parachute He was scheduled to make what Is known as a double parachute drop When the first parachute opened after a fall of 100 feet the Jar of the sudden check was so abrupt that the boy was thrown from his scant perch and came hurtling earthward simultane ously with the second parachute which he cut loose In his agonized en deavor to grasp the bar Asbury Park N J Walter A Brookins the aviator and seven spec tators were seriously Injured at the Interlaken field Wednesday when Brookins In a new typo of Wright biplane attempted to effect a landing in a high wind after making a sensa Uonal flight George Burnett fourteen years old living at Spring Lake N J was pinned under the wreckage and is dYe- Ing at the Long Branch hospital as tho result of a fractured skull dislocated hip and Internal injuries UHLAN IS TROTTING KING Son of Blnjjen Makes a Record of 168 In TrlaLAgalnst Speed at Cleveland Cleveland OUhlan 168 king of harness horses trotters or pacers was the title hung up at the North Randall grand circuit meeting Friday The black son of Blngen trotted the mile track in 168 without a falter all the way and without the aid of a windshield Uhlan was followed to the three quarter pole by a runner hitched to a sulky John Dickerson driving the runner closed the gap of two cart lengths as they rounded into the stretch and then came along fast Not till two strides from the wire did Driver Tanner touch the gelding Then he laid on his shot whip In four or five quick short flicks The Ume by quarters follows First quarter 29 second 69 third 129 mile 158 TRAIN HITS AUTO THREE DIE Two Women and Man Killed Another Person Fatally Injured In Crossing Accident Logausport JndMrs John Enyart and daughter Agnes and chauffeur C C Lambert were killed and Mrs John Kelp probably fatally Injured Friday when the tatters automobile Was hit by a Lake Erie Western train at a crossing near Rochester FOUR KILLED IN COLLISION Passenger on Western Pacific Crashes Into Work Train at Oakland Cal Twenty Injured San Francisco As the result of a collision between a Western Pacific passenger train with a work train in Oakland Friday night four persons wero killed and 20 Injured Immigrants Arriving In July 52727 New YorkIn the month of July 62727 citizens of foreign lands entered the port of New York and of this number the Ellis Island records class 12985 as Illiterate The number barred was 1127 The Immigrants brought 1637794 in money Promotion Slow Fireman a Suicide Newark N J Frederick J Hebrlng a Newark fireman committed suicide Thursday at the homo of an aunt because of his failure to win rapid promotion 4 t r z y riUiC1 IVACATION DAYS I POLICE IN MUTINY QUIT RANKS IN COLUMBUS WHEN ORDERED ON STRIKE DUTY- THIRTYFIVE ARE IN REVOLT Night Patrolmen Rebel When Mayor Requests Them to Ride on Street Cars to Prevent Attacks All Will Be Dismissed Columbus Oopen mutiny manl tested itself fa the ranks of the Columbus night police detail Thursday night when 35 of 140 patrolmen stopped from tho ranks on being ordered T y Mayor Marshall to board street cars for duty against the strik ing motormen and conductors The mutineers Mayor Marshall announces will bo dismissed from the department Included In the thirty five who refused to board tho cars are some of the oldest and best known men on the force As reasons for their rebellion the officers did not advance fear Some said they had been warned by grocers and butchers that If they rode on cars they would bo refused provisions Others said they bad belonged to unions and others that they might wish to Join at some future time BUTTER BLENDERS BARRED Product Produced by Machines Is Pronounced to Be An Adul teration Washington Commissioner Cabell of the Internal revenue bureau is hot after those persons using butter mer gers or blenders to Increase the but ter supply of the country He is sending to collectors and oth er agents of tho internal revenue a circular branding as adulterated but ter within the terms of tho law the products of these machines The merger machines claim to make two pounds of butter from one pound of butter and ono pint of milk DISASTROUS FIRE IN BOSTON Property In Business Center of the City Valued at 2600000 Is Destroyed Boston Driven by a strong south west gale flames destroyed property valued at 2000000 here Tuesday night and for a time seriously threatened to wipe out tho business and manufacturing part of the city A general alarm called all the fire apparatus In the city to the scene and later a call for help was sent to Brookline Cambrldgo and Somerville and all the available fire fighting apparatus in those towns was rushed to the scene of the conflagration ADVISES PEACEFUL WARFARE Don Jaime Tells Carllsts Leaders to Resist Radicalism But Not to Use Violence San Sebastian Spain Don Jaime the Corllst pretender to the throngs Issued a letter Friday addressed to the leaders of the Carllsts in which he advised his followers to resist with all their force the rising tide of radical ism but not to have recourse to violence The pretender says that he docs not propose to depart from pacific methods unless the existing regime is threatened Ship on Last Voyage Port Townsend WashThe Amer- Ican ship Alexander Blgson Capt F E Southard which has carried tho American flag for more than thirty years sailed for New York Friday on Its last voyage It rill be dismantled Shoots Husband Kills Self Streator III Alleged neglect by her husband Is believed to have been the cause which led Mrs L W Me Daniels to commit suicIde Friday after having shot and mortally Injured her husband no ho claims I m I NEW TARIFF MAKES BIG GAIN TREASURY FIGURES SHOW ADVANCE OVER BANNER YEAR In First Twelve Months Act Produces 75000000 More Than In 1907 Washington The PayneAldrich tariff law has produced In its first year a revenue larger by 76000003 than the sum collected in any twelve months In the countrys history ex cept the banner year 1907 according to treasury department figures Issued MondayDuring the first full year ended last Saturday night tho total ordinary receipts including customs ordinary in ternal revenue corporation tax and miscellaneous aggregating 678850 816 exceeded disbursements by 20 214029 These ordinary receipts were larger by 15000000 approximately than during 1907 and the 1907 re ceipts exceeded those of any other year of record by almost CO000000 Although there was a deficit of 58 734955 In the ordinary operations of the government In the fiscal year end ed Juno 30 1909 there was a surplus of more than 20000000 In the year which ended last Saturday according to tho department The corgoratlon tax revenue was 27090934 which is only 207000 less than the amount assessed BEEF OFFICIAL IS INDICTED Manager of Armour 6 Co Accused of Giving Perjured Testimony Before Grand Jury Chicago Thomas G Lee manager of the dressed beef sales department of Armour Co was Indicted for per jury by the federal grand Jury Thurs day A bench warrant was Issued for his arrest The grand Jury sent a report to Judge K M Landis In which It was charged that stenographers notebooks of Armour Co containing Informa tion which the grand Jury wanted had been destroyed The report also severely arraigns A It Urlon chief counsel of the packing company and president of the board of education with other officials Judge Landis Issued an order com manding A R Urlon George M WII litts assistant office manager and W W Shaw and W A Helonder em ployes of the concern to appear before him and answer tho charge Attorney Urlon Is charged by the grand Jury with saying that there were no books and that If there were none Edmunds could not get them Lee is charged with perjury in his testimony before the grand Jury on July 28 He Is said to have made false statements regarding weekly meet Ings of representatives of the packing corporations at which the grand Jury declares prices were fixed and agreements were made regarding the quan tity of fresh meat each company was to ship In interstate commerce JAP FLOODS KILL HUNDREDS Lower Sections of Tokyo Are Inunda ted and 30000 Houses Are Submerged Tokyo The devastation wrought throughout many districts by Jhe recent floods Is appallingIWhole villages and towns have been washed away and hundreds of lives have been lost In the lower sections of Tokyo alone 30000 houses are submerged The monetary toss amounts to millions of dollars Wendllng Is In Louisville Louisville KyJoseph Wendling arrested in San Francisco on the charge of murdering Alma Kellner ar rived In Louisville Friday and wasI quickly taken to the city halt There was no demonstration Baseball Kills Choir Boy Washington Struck behind the ear by a ball In a game at Cornfield Md Thursday Howard Layer a twelve yearold member ora camping party of choir boys of this city died in stantl I I GORE BARES LOBBY SECRETS AGAIN REFERS TO SHERMAN IN LAND INQUIRY McMurray the Alleged Promoter Shown to Have Operated a Cam palgn of Telegrams McAlester OklaSenator T P Gore at the Investigation of the Indian land deals Tuesday Introduced and had rend to the special committee tele grams In which tho names of Vice president Sherman and Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas were named One of tho telegrams read With McMurray there to state our claims with Mr Curtis and Mr Sher man who understands better than anybody else what wo want and with the assistance of our president It begins to look like we are coming Into our own Its relation to Senator Gores charges of having boon offered 25000 bribe to put through congress the 30000000 McMurray Indian land deal senatejIt of the McMurrny Interests at Washington said Senator Gore Dy offering this evidence I do not wish to reflect either on Mr Sherman or Mr Cur tis said tho senator Do you mean that as an exonera lion from you of Mr Sherman T asked Dennis Flynn attorney for McMurray It Is merely to state that If the names of these men were taken In vain at one time they may Have been at another replied Mr Gore McAtcster Okll1Slx hundred In diana assembled at a war council at Sulphur Okla and using up almost an entire bottle of ink wrote their signatures Individually to the McMurray i land contracts Although informed that J F Mc Murray holder of the contracts would net a profit of from 2000000 to 3000000 In attorneys fees the In dians were advised that the contracts afforded the quickest way to realize on their land estimated to be 450000 acres In extent and valued at 30 000000 to 40000000 In addition to tho land contracts McMurrnyn agents had the Indians sign contracts for tax cases against the government at a stated tee for each case Tho land fee was 10 per cent contingent upon the kale of tho land James H Godfrey a Chickasaw In dlan by Intermarriage gave this testimony before the congressional in vestigating committee Wednesday Godfrey said ho Induced tho Indians to assemble at Sulphur to persuade them to sign the contracts almost 10000 of which McMurray previously had obtained McMurray he said had been successful In previous litiga tlon for the Indians and the Indians believed If they paid him 10 por cent attorneys fees he would be able to urge tho authorities at Washington to expedite the sale ILLINOIS MINERS FIGHT ON President Lewis Is Hissed at Opening of Special Convention In Indianapolis Indianapolis JndThe fight over the Illinois compromise agreement began before the special International convention of miners At the opening session President Lewis counseled harmony in a speech Thomas L Lewis to the delegates Ills report on tho strike situation In the entire country brought hoots and hisses when ho mentioned the recommendation to the Illinois strikers to pay all over 134 cents a ton of the cost of shot firers Secretary Perry of the minors came out as an opponent of President Lewis and recommended that the convention make the Illinois strike the main Issue of the International union to be fought until all tho demands of the proposed Peoria agreement have been accepted by the operators Drowns In Sight of Mother South leaven MichThomas H Harrod son of J H Harrod of Little Rock Ark was drowned Friday while bathing In Lake Michigan Ho sank In sight of his mother whom bystanders restrained from plunging Into the lake- Human Bird Falls May Die Charlerol elglumlI Lesnyn an aviator tell Friday fromjjls aeroplane from a height of 100 feet and received injuries that probably will prove fatal t SEAMEN ARE DRINKING LESS Increased Sobriety aa Result of Work of English Society Among Men of All Nations Some Interesting Incidents relating to temperance work among sailors of the British navy and among seamen In general have been recently given out by Secretary Matthews of the British and Foreign Sailors society the headquarters of which ore established In tho British metropolis This organization has over ninety years work to Its credit and stands as one of tho most active and successful agents In promoting sobriety sailors admlneIn furthering its purposo of istering to tho social Intellectual and religious needs of seamen afloat and ashore the society comes Into helpful touch with largo numbers of foreign sailors Including Japanese Greeks Scandinavians French and Spanish seamen as well as with those of na tive birth nnd by providing rest and reading rooms and healthful and f wholesome recreative Interests and en vironment during their period on shore are able to materially offset the temp I tation or tendency toward drinking habits This good work is further extended to the ships themselves where ocean loan libraries have been established with other oVgortunltlea for Improvement and recreation apart from the influence of intoxicating drink Records of the work of the past year show that over 600 meetings were held on board ship during 1909 which wero attended by more than six thousand seamen More than seven thousand meetings were held on shore which were attended by 336146 sea men and during the year 1342 tern pcranco pledges were taken All this In addition to the long story of ships lodginghomes hospitals and prisons visited and the great work of distrib uting helpful literature Branches are now established In 116 ports and the work Is still extending The results of these Influences show well from a temperance standpoint and are Indicated in the testimony of admirals and navaj officers Lord Charles Bercsford on tho eve of leaving for his short cruise and before hauling down his flag wrote the secretary I am well aware what a benefit the Rests of your society are to the men of tho Royal navy and sailors In general and tho Immense good they do in the maritime community In promoting sobriety and general wel fareSir Percy Scott vice admiral com manding the Second Crusler squadron has also written n tribute to the work stating that during the visit of the squadron to Monte Video tho local or ganization of the British and Foreign Sailors society was of the greatest assistance to the men while ashore on leave working with others and WAS highly appreciated- As an Instance of the growing sobriety of the British sailor It may befadded that on the occasion just mentioned there were 6800 men ashore dally for eight days and not an odd police case nor n single case of drunkenness occurred One fact like this speaks volumes and Is worth as to tho character and conduct of the men often under trying clrcum tAnces of treating etas volumes of theoriesAt same time on tho other side of the Great Panama at Buenos ATrescsome thousand British merchant seamen were taken by train on a New Years picnic The local press In reporting tho outdoor sports and the thirsty weather etc said Not ono sailor or fireman was seen tho worso for drink No ono can doubt that much progress socially and morally and especially from a temperance viewpoint baa been made all along the line of the societys work for son men Stamp Out Alcro- hollem Servla The rising tide of popular send ment In favor of temperance appears to be spreading eastward over Europe with marked results and now even the little kingdom of Borvla la affected Tho Medical Society of Ser via In common with those of surIoundlng countries has been fronted by the over Increasing evilsIof alcoholic drinking among all classes of tbo people and the mom bers have entered upon an active campaign to stamp out the blight The question of the use of alcohol In medical practise came up for much discussion at the general meeting of the society and It was unanimously decided to address a petition to the minister of the Interior asking for a permanent commission to study the question of alcoholism and tho best means to employ In wiping out the evil in Servla Public Houses In Europe A Gorman writer gives tho follow ing statistics concerning the numberiof public house liquor licenses In some European countries Belgium 1 license for 33 inhabitants Franco 1l1cens for inhabitants SwIUerld 1 license for 143 11 Italy license for 170 InhnbltantsIIHolland 1 license for 200 Inhabitants Austria license for 201 inhabitants Germany 1 license for 24C Inhabitants Denmark 1 license for 531 inhabitants TTt ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY TO FIQHT GLANDERS State Live Stock Board Can Handle Situation Frankfort Under an opinion given by Judge James Brcathltt attorney general the state live stock sanitary board can tako charge of the glanders 6 outbreak which has started In Wet1 era Kentucky and can kill the animals affected and also can establish quar antinesIn of the Questions which have been raised regarding the handling of animals with glanders tho following opinion of the attorney general will be of interest to the farmers of the state Without going into detail wo are of the opinion assuming the facts to be as stated in the letters herewith inclosed that Mr Mutter tho live stock Inspector of Livingston county Kentucky had tho right to establish the temporary quarantine and that It Is now tho duty of the state livo stock sanitary board to tako charge of said quarantine and manage it as their best Judgment shall dictate Said board would have the right under the act to kill the animal or animals quaran tined but this should bo dono only as a last resort and after a competent veterinary surgeon had prescribed this as tho best means of eradicating the disease and then only after the act had been strictly complied with in regard to tho appointment of apprais ers and the valuation of the stock to be killed OARD MEET Will Name County Election Commls Istoner August 25 Frankfort Ky Napier Adams clerk of tho court of appeals and chairman of the state election commission has called a meeting of tho state bone of election commissioners composing Judge C R McDowell of Danville Democrat John T Shelby of Lexing ton Republican to meet here August 26 to appoint tho county election com missioners Adams only acts as referee In case of a disagreement Adolph Wells secretary of the com mission has addressed a letter to the chairman of the stato central and ex ccutlvo committees both Democratic end Republican requesting that a typewritten list of names bo sent to tho state commission from which to mnko their appointments Three men must bo recommended by each party from each county from which to select tho county commie stoners BANKERS FAVOR INSPECTION Plan of Secretary of State Bruner Is Approved At a meeting of the bankers of tho Eighth district at Lawrcncaburg res olutions were adopted declaring in favor of tho plan for bank Inspection which has been determined upon by Dr Den 1 Druner secretary of state Tho bankers all thought Inspection of the stato banks would be a rood thing for tho banks and tho fact that the banks will be Inspected voluntarily will do much to hold confidence of the depositors But only n few banks k havo shown any disinclination to bo Inspected and the great majority like the plan proposed by Dr Druner lie Is sending out circular letters explain leg tho system of banlclnspcctlon and tho contract which Is to be signed by the banks agreeing to pay the cost of inspection of their Institutions These will bo made public later so that tho public will know what the bank in spectlon is nnd what It means CLAIMS BLOODY CLOtHINO Wendling Then Refused to Talk Upon Advice of Attorney- I i Louisville Joseph Wendling Indict ed on the charge of murdering Alma Kollnor is now in tho Jefferson county jail awaiting trial at tho October term ot court Upon his arrival hero Wendling was taken to the office of Col II Watson Llndscy chief of police and thoro shown tho bloody clothing which are supposed to havo been worn when the murder ot which ho is accused was committed Wendling identified several of tho articles as having belong ed to him but when his attorney J C Reginald Clements arrived ho advised Ills client not to talk any further to l the police This sealed tho lips of the prisoner TO HELP FLOOD VICTIMS I Money Is Donated by Owensboro Citi zone at Mass Meeting OwensboroA mass meeting was held hero to ralso money to aid tho people who have been made destitute In Daviess county as a result of tho recent flood A largo amount of mon ey has been subscribed and no one in the county will bo allowed to suffer It Is estimated that fully 3000 acres of land has been flooded and probably 600 families were thrown In a suffer Ing condition 4 I PARIS BANKER BURIEDI I L Harris Laid to Rest by Knlghta Templar and Masons Paris Tho funeral of Earnest U Harris the Paris banker who died la- St Josephs hospital Lexington from the effects of a gunshot wound in tho abdomen caused by the accidental discharge of a shotgun at his home was held at the family residence and tho body taken to North MIddletown for Interment The services and burial wero under tile auspices of Coeur De Lion Commandery No 2G Knights Templar the Odd Fellows Masons and others of which he was a member part- icIpating i I Kentucky Intelligence I Elizabethtown William Purpcell n farmer was accidentally drowned in the Nolan river in tho southern part of tho county near Webbsmill Ha was In bathing at mo got beyond his depth Milton Tho big peach crop of Trimble county is now being gathered and shipped to market at the rato of from 3900 to 4000 bushels a day Much If tho fruit weighs from seven to nlno ounces and is bringing from UO to 250 per bushel The will of John O Carlisle was filed for probate In Washington VH lIam J Kehoe Is named as executor and tho estate Is to be divided ne tween three grandchildren It Is cs tlmntod to be worth about 90000 Bedford E King had 23 acres of wheat which turned out more than 40 bushels per acre The wheat crop in Trimble Is good this year The av orngo will bo over 20 bushels Oafs yield about 30 bushels Corn in good conditionElizabethtownLightning played a strange freak upon Mrs A E Nacke of near East View this county A bolt ot electricity struck her molting tho loft rim of her spectacles which sho was wearing and burning her left tsar but otherwlso unlnjurlng her except slightly stunning her Milton Tho reunion of tho Fourth Kentucky confederate soldiers will be held here Thursday September 29 for one day only William Crabb of Emi nonce is president and William Turner of Turners Station secretary of tho association Dr L O Center has charge ot local affairs aided by the Commercial club Frankfort Typhoid fever has In vaded the home of United States Senator Thomas H Paynter Mrs Payn ter is 111 with tho disease Pollock Paynter tho senators son is also down with It and his granddaughter a llttlo girl from Louisville a daugh ter of Morton 1C YonU Is also ill with It Impure milk is blamed Catlcttsburg Tho body of a finely dressed woman about 35 years ot age was found in tho Ohio river A ropo was attached around tho body Tho police authorities of Huntington W Va stated that tho body was that of Mrs Henry Hall who disappeared a week ago having with her 41G Them was no money found on tho bod- yOwensboroAs the waters ot the recent flood leave the fields ot Davlcss county millions of fish are being gath ered by tho farmers It Is said that In some places tho fish were scooped up with a shovel Many of the fish were dead and local fish dealers ex perienced much trouble over tho sale ot spoiled fish by country residents Glasgow Frank L Eubank aged SS years of this county died near hero ot diseases incident to old age Ho was ono ot the pioneer settlers of Monroo county but removed to Darren county many years ago where ho made a large fortune In growing tobacco and corn lIe Is survived by ono daughter Miss Sarah Anderson Eubank Milton Arrangements have been completed for the Trimble County Farmers Institute which will be held two days in the courthouse at Bed ford Friday and Saturday August 26 and 27 Tho official program has not yet been announced but several prom inent speakers from over tho state will bo present besides the local speakers Owenton Albert Karsner Jr tho 20yearold son ot Allio Karsner near here took by mistake a teaspoontul- or aconite in a glass of water which had been previously been prescribed by his physician as a throat wash When tho mistake was discovered medical aid was summoned and the young mans life was saved by dill gent effort- Sergeant Pennsylvania capitalists are negotiating for a 5000acro coal and timber tract on the headwaters of Cumberland river in this county It tho deal goes through it is understood that tho company will open develop ments at an early dato Thousands of acres are changing hands in that sec lion and all things point to a great in dustrial awakening for the Upper Cumberland river during tho next few yearsPaducahMorris Brennon tho 15 yearold son ot I W Bronnon a farm er living at Now Columbia 111 fell into a thresher and was BO badly In- Jured that ho died shortly afterward Tho boys left leg was ground to a pulp to tho knee and ho never rallied from tho shoc- kRussellvilleMiss Mallle Hardy of this county died in the Western Ken tucky Lunatic Asylum at Hopkins vllle and the remains brought hero for burial She was burled at the Hardy burying ground sear Walnut Grove church iKs u RULE CANADA Duke of Connaught Likely to Be Governor General Popular Brother of the Late King Edward Is Reported to Be Slated for Head of the Dominion Government Ottawa CanIt tho present program is adhered to tho next gov ernor general Of Canada will be tho Duke of Connaught brother ot the late King Edward Such was tho de- sIre of tho deceased monarch and the probabilities aro that tho new King will not oppose the program Can ada appreciates the distinguished hon or of having at the head of her gOT ernment as the representative of the mother country so eminent a member of tho royal family Never before has one of the royal family occupied such a position though Queen VictorIa daughter a sister of tho duke was for years a resident of the Dominion when her husband tho Marquis of Lome now the Duk of Argylo was governor general At the same tlmo the Canadians appreciate that society affairs at RIdeau Hall or Government House as it is sometimes called the official residence ot his excellency at Ottawa will be upon a much grander scale than in the past and that it will cost a pretty penny for those who try to be In the swim Ottawa more than ever will become tho social center The Duke of Connaught Is the only surviving son of Queen Victoria and is GO years old Her majesty had nine children of whom the eldest was Princess Victoria mother of Emperor William she died in 1901 The second child was tho late King Edward The Princess Alice Maud Mary mother ot the present Czarina of Russia died In 187C Alfred Duke of Edln burg died In 1900 Leopold Duke of Albany died in 1884 Beside the Duke of Connaught there survive Helena Princess Christian of gchleswlgHol stein Louise Duchess of Argyle and Beatrice now Princess Henry of Bat tenberg The Duke of Connaught married Princess Louise of Prussia In 1879 and has three children His eldest daughter Is Margaret wife of Gus tavus Adolphus of Sweden His son Is PrInce Arthur Patrick and his younger daughter Is the beautiful arid do cidedly Independent Princess Victoria PatriciaNo In Europe han given such evidence of having a will of her own as has the Princess Patricia Over and over again has a husband been selected for her by those wise in statecraft but she has bundled these suitors off with slight ceremony and has repeatedly declared that she will have a husband of her own choosing or none at all She Is the most popu lar princess In England and was a favorite of her uncle King Edward Her name which Is a compliment to Ireland alone makes her popular with the people of that part of the empire Tho British government has a pur pose in sending to Canada a prince of the royal blood It Is believed a governor general so close to tho throne would tend to forward the empire movement and bring the Dominion in closer sympathy to the mother count try The governor general as a mat ter of fact has very little to do with the government of Canada He has the power of veto but never exercises that right Did he do so there would be as great a commotion as would occur if the King in England should sot himself actively in opposition to the elected government But nevertheless he has a tremendous Influence though It is operative only through social and diplomatic channels Ills salary Is 50000 a year with an executive resi dence Those governors general who have been most popular and Influential have been those who havo really come to love tho Dolmnlon and its people for themselves and have developed a deep interest In their welfare Wheth er the duke and his family can forget the life in England to which he has been accustomtd remains to be seen SHERIFF SAVES MANS LIFE Had Kllleo Two Men Who He Said Had Robbed Him In Vacant House Ed wards Jlle JIJTo the fact that David Jones of Edwardsvllle Sheriff of Madison county owns a big touring car John Burton of Alton owes his life Burton admits that ho choked to death In a band to hand struggle Leo Wentz and Lewis Walbrecht Relatives of tbo men say that feel Ing was so Intense at Marino where the killing occurred that Burton was In Imminent peril of being lynched When advised by phone of tho trag edy the sheriff did not wait for day light but ordered out his big motor car and with two deputies went after the man With Wentz and Walbrecht he spent a portion of the afternoon and evening at a saloon At 11 oclock the threo left tho saloon Wentz saying he would glvo Burton and Walbrecht lodging in a vacant house belonging to his mother The threo entered tho house and a few minutes later William Reynolds who lives alone two blocks away was startled by the appearance of Burton who he knew slightly- I have been robbed said Burton and I killed them both CAR BARNS DYNAMITED Alleged That Explosive Was Thrown from Adjoining BuildingNo One Injured and Little Damage Done Columbus OAII a climax to the Innumerable depredations which have been committed during tho past threo weeks of tho street car mens strike dynamite was used to wreck the South High street barns i Tho charge was either too small to complete tho Intended work or tho parties handling the explosive hurr- Iedly performed their task According to the police the charge was thrown from a threestory build- Ing to the south ot tho barn A halo a least twenty feet In diam eter was the result and large timbers supporting the root besides heavy Iron girders were splintered and twistedThe explosion In the neighborhood was deafening That the explosive was thrown from the building to the south Is vouched for by tenants They claim that shortly before tho shock windows on the third floor were heard to slam as If closed hurriedly No ono was found who witnessed any suspici ous persons leaving tho building Wreckage from the barn was thrown against the adjoining building causing considerable damage MAYOR GAYNOR GAINING Surgeons Are Posltve No Blood Pol soning Has Developed New YorlcSteadlly gaining In strength and tree so tar from any taint ot blood poisoning Mayor Gay nor put another day behind him and Is one etep nearer recovery from the bullet wound Inflicted by James J GallagherHe well spent a satisfactory day took nourishment at Intervals with satisfaction hal his wuond dressed early and was pronounced looking flno by physicians and was resting easily During the day his average temperature was 99 deg so near normal and so devoid of fluctuations that hIs sun goons are positive that no blood poi son has developed BULL NEARLY KILLS MAN Big Ring In the Animals Nose Proves to Be Lifesaver Topeka KanAn enraged bull at tacked K L Overton in n pasture and tossed him into the air threo times Inflicting painful wounds on the man body lacerating his flesh and stamp Ing on him with his front feet While In the throes of great pain from his injuries and lying almost unconscious Ib front of tho bull Overton noticed that a big ring hung In the nose of the animal He had strength sufficient to reachI up and grab hold of the ring and twist it forcing tho animal to retreat With nbleITho mangled man was alono and crawled 40 sods to a neighbors houso where ho was cared for and attended by physicians who say ho will sur vivo the ordeal Fire at Worlds Fair Brussels The White City of the worlds fair ns tho Belgians have called their 1910 exposition is a mass ot smoldering ruins A spark falling Into Inflammable material in the tele graph building burst In flames which driven by a high wind swept rapidly In all directions Soon the Belgian English and French sections were de stroyed Gasoline Freighter Burned Louisville KyTho Billy gaso line freighter caught fire in mid stream while on the way to Louisville and the captain and crew had a bar rowing experience before tho boat had finally landed In shore Stock Burned to Death Columbus O1lllrty head of horses burned to ileath In a fire which de stroyed tho frame stable of the Crys tal Ice Manufacturing Co Loss is 14000 of which 6500 is on the horses JESUS ENTERING JERUSALEM Sunday School Leuoa for An 28 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew 21117 Mem ory verses 10 11 GOLDEN TEXTHosanna to the Son of David Blessed Is he that cometh la the name of the Lord Hosanna In the hlKhesLMntt U9- TIMESunday April 2 A D 30 the daysbeforePLACE On the west slope of the Mount of Olives toward Jerusalem from Bethany then In tho streets of Jerusalem and In the court of the temple Suggestion and Practical Thought The Triumphal Entry of tho King Into the Capital ot the Nation Vs 111 And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem This phrase includes the journey from Jericho to Bethany John 12 1 where he arrived Friday eve ning the supper on Saturday evening at the close of their Sabbath and the leaving Bethany on their way to Jeru salem Sunday morning the day after their Sabbath And were come to Bethphage house of figs or fig towna village not far from Bethany houo of dates toward Jerusalem on the northern road over tho mount of Olives which was the Park of Jerusalem the gardens and pleasure grounds for the city Tell ye the daughter of Slon one bill of Jerusalem representing the city Behold thy King cometh Jesus was the Messiah the true king of the kingdom of God which was now about to be established And a very great multitude ftather the most part of the multi tude for there wero some cold and scowling critics Luke 19 39 40 There wero crowds of pilgrims from all parts of the country coming up to the Passover festival By a census taken In the time ol Nero It was ascertained that there were 2700000 Jews present at the Passover Spread their garments in the way kingOthers was a recognized act of homage ThIsI cut down branches The Imperfect tense denotes continued ac tion As Jesus advanced they kept themnndCried saying Hosanna Hogan na Is a rendering into Greek letters of the Hebrew words Save we prayTo the son ot David the natural heir to the throne the Inheritor of tho promises to David 2 Sam 7 1218 1 Chron 17 1014 Cometh In the name of the Lord Sent by God In dorsed by God as hIs representative Hosanna In the highest In the highest degree in the highest strains In tho highest heavens- A Note of Sadness Ono touching Incident by the way is related by Luko only 19 4144 At ono point In the descent when the procession was amid wheat fields flowers and olivetrees at a turn of the road tho great city of Jerusalem suddenly burst upon their vision Here Jesus wept over the city which was soon to reject their king the only Saviour who could prevent Its destruc tion and tho fall of the nation Jesus went into the temple his fathers house and went about his fathers business He found the courts of the temple turned into a market place for the sale of animals for sacrifice and for the exchange of moneyWith this excuse traders made the houso of prayer a place of business and a den ot thieves for thoso who for gain will defraud religion of Its worship ore likely to defraud man of his dues For the dealers the splrl of wor- shIp was lost Instead of praying they were bargaining Instead of worshipping they were making money Dishonesty In connection with religion does much more harm than else where It creates unbelievers It un dermines tho power of religion It turns men away from the truth The court of the Gentiles was the place of prayer anti worship for Gen tiles It was the only place where they could worship In the temple It was missionary ground It was the place for reaching tho masses All this was destroyed by the noise and confusion and distractions of the market place Worship was out of tho question prayer was Interrupted And the very object of the temple was sacrificed to tho greed of gain Kingly Work for and Through the Children vs 1517 The children boys saying Hosanna to the son of David They caught the enthusi asm from their elders and entered with great zest Into tho praises of the Messiah They the chief priests were soro displeased Perhaps they dreaded lest the Roman garrison In tho adjoining castle of AntonIa should hoar them and fear lest the praises of tho Son of David as king should be regarded as treason against Rome Hcnco they asked Jesus to put a stop to these loud praises Luke 19 39 40 Ills reply was that the very stones would cry out if these held their peace The church should tako the best caro that the children should Join in the services of praise They should arrange their services and build their edifices so that tho children havo part They should encouragoI childrens meetings where tno young aro trained in the work they will be calleet to do for the church of God The older people will find that thus praise is perfected The Gospel preached in so direct and simple a manner that children can be uplifted by they will most help the largest number of neoplr S ITHE MARKETS IiCincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 31c Ib firsts 30c fancy dairy 21c PoultrylIens 13o Ib spring chickens 15c spring ducks I2c turkeys 19c EggsPrime firsts ISVjC doz firsts ICc Apples Pippins 4a5 bbl wcathy I425a475 Cabbage Homegrown 75a90o bbl Huckleberries 3a350 bu PeachesKentucky 125a225 bu PotatoesHomegrown S2a225 bbl sweet 375o4 bbl Pears Bartlett 250a3 box Plums Wild Gooso lal50 bu abundant 75cal25 bu damsons SlCOal75 6basket crate Sugar Corn10a12 beans 10a25c bu TomatoesHomeigrown GOa75c bu- Clndinnatf Grain WheatNo 2 red lnlOU No 3 red 91a98c CornNo 2 white 67a- G7Jhc No3 white 66 jaG7c No 3 yel low 66a67c No 2 mixed CeaGGc No3 mixed GSyjaGGc yellow ear 65a C7c mixed ear G4aGGc white ear 65a 67c OatsNo2 white 37a38c No 3 white 3Gu37c standard white 37- a7c No 2 mixed 35a35c Hay Now No1 timothy J18al850 No1 clover IIl50al250 old No1 timothy S19al950 No 1 clover mixed J17a 1750 No 1 clover Sllal2 Barley No2 spring 72a74c No3 75a80 Rye No2 75a77c No3 72a74c Malt Spring barley 87a90ICincinnati Live StockICattle Shippers 6a685 butcheristeers extra 625a650 good to choice 525a6 betters extra f510a525c good to cholco 425a5 cows extra r S450a475 good to cholco 4a460 Bulls Bolognas 385a435 fat bulls 435a5 lvesExtra 9 fair to good 5675a876 HogsSelected heavy f825a850 good to choice packers and butchers S860a870 mixed packers S850o8G5 common to choice heavy fat sows 525a7 light shippers 910a 920 pigs 110 Ibs and less 9a920 fiheep Extra 425 good to choice 3ROa415 Lambs Good to choice SGaG90 yearlings 4a5 TRADE SITUATION BETTER Weather Conditions Improved and Crop Prospects Are Brighter NowI Than at Beginning of Month New YorkR G Dun Cos weekly review of trade says The situation Is undoubtedly better than most ot tho records for the month of July now appearing indicate For ono thing weather conditions have im proved so that tho crop prospects are brighter than tho outlook at the boo ginning of the month This is responsible for some Improvement In business confidence although of course purchases In nearly all im portadt branches of trade are conduct ed on a conservative basis operations for immediato needs being moro Im portant than for future requirements The volume of transactions Is still large in spite of tho admitted ton traction in iron steel and other lines Although contraction In Iron and steel continues tho trade conditions are generally regarded hopefully and tho monthly statement of unfilled or I ders by the leading producers shows a decrease during July less than was expected and there Is no important change in prices The comparative activity In wlro and pIpe products is maintained In dry goods curtailment ot output and firmer values aro tho features this being duo to the high cost of produc tion and the conservative purchasers although buyers are numerous In tho markets More Interest and business are reported in tho shoe trade Values in cotton goods are distinct ly firmer and are well maintained notice having been given by one largo I reducer of an intention to hold priced on staple ginghams on their present level until Oct 1 30 days later than tho notice of May 14 indicated Ketallers Mid Jobbers aro still pursuing a con servatlve policy in the purchases for late shipments but tho daytoday trade is steady Yarns are higher and firmer In mens wear the demands for worsteds aro broadening while wool goods for spring are not doing so well as a year ago Dress goods aro still adversely affected by tho strike in tho garmentmaking estab lishmentsA r satisfactory volume ot fall I crders is noted in tho shoe trade andtmore interest is shown for spring l The leather markets are not strong rand active as hides but there is some I improvement and tanners aro less in r dined to grant concessions on most descriptions Further sharp advances have been realized this week in almost all varieties of domestic and foreign j hides and tho demand is active for late salting stock whlcllIis about the best quality ot the year Business Failures I Now York Bradstreeta Review r saysBusiness I failures in tho United States for the week ling August 11 t were 231 against 166 week 219 In tho samo week of 1909 249 In 1903 147 In 1907 and 1431n 1906 Business failures in Canada for tho week number 20 which compared with 97 for last week and 24 in tho corresponding week of 1903 Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for tho week ending August 11 aggregate 1226214 bushels against l27o730 last week and 1785755 bushels this week last year For tho sIx weeks ending August 11ovports are 7549 957 bushels against 8714011 bushels in the corresponding period last year Corn exports for tho week are 190671 bushels against 419154 bushels last week and 139400 bushels In 1909 For the six weeks ending August 11 corn exports aro 1906296 bushels against 027504 bushels last year 4- t East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corteipondtnce pubUihcd unless signed In uU by the writer The name evilenee of rood faith Write plainly ii not for publication but u an JACKSON COUNTY KYKIiaitEKX I I Evergreen Aug 12Thcre is much II Iworkhero now for laboring men log I glng cross tics and tan bark all of which adds to our property fcchool at Plno Grovo Is progressing I k with Geo Sparks as teacher IDiedon the 6th Inst Mrs Robert j Maupln Sho had been sick over since an operation was performed In Louisville February 10 She leaves a husband and three small children to mourn her loss Wo extend our sympathy to tho bereaved fatally ii Married 5th inst Whitfield Rose to j Miss Eugenia Rose Several from t here went to Bcrea fair and report Juan Azblll off a fine time Mrs t Kingston Is here with her daughter n J Mrs T J Lake and says she expects t to make her future homo In I tho mountains where sho can get plenty of pure water and enjoy the R fresh alrA C Hart of Big Hill was here this week looking after 1soma real estate buslnessJ W J Jones is having a new dwelling house 1 terected riUVKTT- Prlvcttr Aug 14 School In the Huff District is progressing nicely f with I A Bowman as teacher Tho Institute at McKee will begin Aug 22ndMrs Sallie Collier is visiting I BIDS WANTED jForJackson County School Houses Sealed bids will bo received from now until Sept 1 1910 for building School Houses In SubDlsCrlcta No 8 Alcorn and No 14 Pond District In Educational Division No6 also I 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 I ceiling CrimpJr 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 i feet apart 4 E IEachof said houses to be celled pine lumber well seasoned and well dressed Weatherboarded I with first class poplar lumber well seasoned and well dressed to be e inches wide and laid not more than four and onehalf inches to the weath cr I I All studding sleepers and rafters 4 tmustbe welt braced tied and support I Said contractor to build a first flue of stone or brick from IIclasslower part of the ceiling to 2 d feet above tho comb of the roof i Each of said house to be painted two coats of first class paint 11withmixed and well applied Blackboard extending all theI way across tho rear end of the house to be 6 feet wide well blacked with tho proper material Three windows on each side of tho I house regular size and good shutters for same to he laid double of No 1 1Floor 1 by 5 Inches wide made of first class pine I tf lumber well hung and furnished with Ilockand keys of said work to bo done hi good style and first class workman I ship Said bids must be sealed and sent to J J Davis Chairman of the County Board of Education Tho said County J Board of Education reserves tho right to reject any and all bids Done by order of the County Board t of Education this 30th day of July 1910 i J J Davis Chairmant i her brother Silas Flancry this week George Tillcry and son James havo been visiting relatives at Richmond the past week Several of our pupils are planning to take tho August examination The Congressional race Is very warm in this vicinity Mr Powers seems to bo in tho lead HOU1ILKL1CK Doublellck Aug 13Grant Isaacs of Valley View visited his aunt Rena Witt at Doublellck Wed nesday until Thursday A protracted meeting will begin Aug 19 tit Old Clover Bottom Willlo Miller vis ited Shlrdle Witt last Saturday night and SundayMrs W J Hayes Is visiting her son at Richmond D C Edwards seems to bo In the lead in tho Congressional race in this com munity Crops are needing rain very much IICRLHT Hurley Aug HThero IB much sickness In this community among the smaller chlldrenR L Thomas and J W Fowler were here last week giving log contracts for the Livingston Lumber Co Road working has been In full progress for the last two monthsJohn McCol lum went to South Fork Thursday Mrs Louisa Gabbard and Dona Phil ips visited friends at Horse Lick Sat urdayJake Gabbard was elected Trustee for this school John Morris of Middle Fork went to McKeo MondaySeveral from Birch Lick attended church here Sunday Thero were two additions to tho church Sun dayMr and Mrs James Seals of Parrot visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs Neddie Lakes is very IliMr and Mrs Jim Cllllds of Owsloy County visited at Ned Gabbards Saturday night Miiimrn Mildred Aug Hold Aunt Tom my Stubblefield is Improving In health Baptizing at Flat Lick was conducted by the Rev Culton Sun day and a largo crowd attended th church Saturday and SundayMr- and Mrs Green Morris visited Mrs Morris mother Saturday night and Sunday Neal Moore attended church at Flat Lick Sunday Mrs Rebecca Bailey visited her friends and rela Lives Saturday and SundayW F Jones visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday Thos Dunlgan is in the Stave business Mr and Mrs Geo Lester of Lilly are visiting Mrs Lesters parents this weekMr and Mrs John Morris of Middle Fork at tended church at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday Moore and Vaughn Lumber Co have torn up their mill Mr Moore has gone to Lexington for repairs The Rev S D Rice made a business trip to Vine Clay County SundayJ G Morris attended Sunday school at Conway Sunday evening PAIIUOT Parrot Aug liiPress Shepherd Harrison Edwards and A B Gabbard are holding a revival meeting at the homo of A B Gabbard Wright Arnold of Jolllco Tenn and Joa Black of Laurel County were hero Sunday Nora Price bought a nod saddle horse for ninety dollars of G B Gabbardv Lewis Holt a former citizen of this place but now of Adair County has been visiting friends here Lucy Price has been with her sister Mrs Andre Corne lius of Laurel County who Is very 111 Edward Wathen loft yesterday to Join the U S armyJas Tim mas a former citizen of this place hut now of Speck Adair County has been visiting friends for tho last few days Adam Price has bought land of Davidson and King and will begin to build immediately David Gabbard has returned homo I I PresiIlil Hyden Citizens Bank- I Hyden Kentucky j Leslie Countys abundance ofCOAL and TIMBER I 1 and the close relation that exists between the owners this bank naturally places our business on a unsurpassed for strength and safety While our l 1 Iandamount of wealth is now lying dormant we every reason to believe that in the near future I county will be the center of developement and prosperity Money will not only be plentiful but our will know how to take care of their wealthI t 1citizens for the benefit of the people we are using effort to teach our customers the real value of money and the safest way to use it Begin business with us now and help to make a bigger and better LESLIE COUNTY I We are always glad to serve youI 1 f i I W S Eversole Cashier C W Hosklns Ant Cashier I t I l I jt tI I t 1 h 9 i 7 r G IilIi1NrD from Hamilton Ohio Tho teachers are preparing to attend tho Insti tuto at McKeo next week Several from hero aro planning to attend tho Laurel County Fair at London next week Frank King has move his saw mill to Turrits Creek to work James Davidsons timber PERRY COUNTY 1IUCKIIOUN Duckhorn Aug 12Excolstor seems to be the motto of tho little village of Buckhorn Each day we see now plans and ideas of progress working out thru tho onward match ot Its inhabitants Gross Ii Gross and- S J Burns have recently consolidat ed their establishments and will hereafter continuo the merchandise business at tho Gross Ii Gross stand T S Ward has about completed the new residence ho is constructing for S J Burns It will be one of the prettiest homes in Buckhorn Mr Ward will then occupy the present residence of Mr Burns Tho Summer anti Fall term of Wlthorspoon College is how in session Tito attend ance Is not so largo but promises fair to Increase Everybody seems toI he pleased with the progress school Is making this year Anna Blackburn has arrived front Missouri to take charge of the Primary Depart ment formerly conducted by Asbury Johnston Elmer E Gabbard has been teaching this week in the absence of Prof Murdock who with his family is taking a vacation on a tour to the Blue GrassGross Ii Burns have entered Into an extensive logging business on Oter Creels a few miles from Buckhoni Dr Gross has charge of tho business Fllmoro McIntosh was shot and seriously in jured when his arrest was attempted by John A Bargcr Tho shot may prove fatntThe Buckhorn baseball club was defeated last Saturday in a hotly contested game with Boonovlllo on the tatters ground The score 7 to 1lJohn Sandlln is erecting a building which ho is planning to use as a barber shop and In which he will sell groceries Chas Rlley has a position as fireman on a freight train in Kansas City Mo GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK Paint Lick Aug 14Riley Rcnfro of Middlesboro was the guest nf Stove Halcomb and family last wool Charley Rogers and wife of Frank fort were the guests ot their daugh ter Mrs II U Stowo from Thurs day to Saturday of last week Their little granddaughter Katie Stowe re turned home with them Chas Gaf ney has been suffering severe pair with two big boils on his neck Tho Rev Combs filled his regular appointment at Wallaces Chapel last Saturday and Sunday The Rev W D Powell of Louisville gave an In teresting Sunday School lecture at the Baptist church at Wallacoton last Sunday aftornoonl wish to correct a mistake made two weeks ago concerning the notice of the death of Uncle Tom Ballard It should have been Uncle Tom HlgRlnLothaui instead CLAY COUNTY IIUIININO SfUINfiS Burning Springs Aug 12Mr and Mrs Harry Smith ot Laurel County are visiting their kinfolks hercv Mrs Thomas Robinson and family of Bo rca are visiting her sister Mrs Sor ada McDanlel Bertha Robinson o Berea Is spending a much needed vacation with her aunt Mrs J S Rawllngs Gilbert Rawllngs has on tered n Commercial College In Louisville to take a business course before practicing lawLucy Rawllngs is visiting at PeunltiRton Gap VnIMrs John Howard of Laurel Croats visited friends here last weekMr Imrlo of Berea College gavo ono of his Interesting chalk talks to n largo audience In tho chapel last lghtA party ot tourists from to Oneida The fourth division to Onedla Tho fourth division educational meeting which met rt Bengo recently was well attended A very careful study was made of keeping of records and tho grading of schools on a uniform basis The Behoofs hero are well attended Tho primary enrolls sixty with almost a perfect attendance thus far There was much interest manifested in tho recent trustee election Elms Smith and Luther Webb were the candl dates Tho latter won with a majority of five votes Mr Webb Is un energetic popular man and his many friends expect him to mako this school among tho LostA son of Lee Abner is quite 111 with lover rDr G G Maggard Is building an addition to his house When com pleted bo will have one of tho molt 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper learn that there U at leant one dreadedlIsease- at science has been able to cure In all Its im pel and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure U the positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dls ease requires a conitltutlonal treatment haul Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting direct ly atrmthereby oflobyilldtnguptheIn doing ila work The proprietors nave so much faith In Its curative powers that offer One Hundred Dollars for cue that It falls to cure Send for llstiof testimonials Address CIIKNNY CO Toledo O llJSold by rake Stalls l+amilyIi111sforcoustipatloe I attractive homes In townTho Rev I Mr Hughes of Pulaski is holding a series of meetings in tho chapel ONKI1M Onedla Aug 11 Everybody Is getting ready to attend the Institute The new postofflco building is near Ing completion Dr Hergot ImstorI of tho 9th Street Baptist church of Cincinnati is hero for the balance of the summer with a number of other visitors L M Honsley Is out drum ming this weelcIEnough money has been donated by good citizens of this place and others to build a now hos pital Clldo Burns who has been very 111 with consumption all sum mer Is not Improving allyTho baby boy of tho Rov A J Burns who has been very 111 for the last month la improving rapidly II L Hatton Is at Jacks Creole this week on bust ness Robt Daniel is at Big Creek on business Tho gasoline launch has been very busy running this week Robert Carnahan Is planning to moo back to Louisville lie has been spending tho summer hero at his now summer homoJ II Walker David Walker Abncr Cress and Will Cobb are getting ready to go to Niagara Falls during the week of InstituteROCKCASTLE COUNTY JUIINKTTA Johnetta Aug 16Several from hero attended church at Clear Crook Saturday and Sunday Susto Gad who has had typhoid Is out again Toy and Walter Ballingcr of Cin cinnati visited their grandfather last week School election was held on tho Cth and Jack Abney was elected trustoolda Mulllns visited homo folks at Withers Saturday and Sun dayJas Drew Is at Ml Vernal on business this week Undo Elijah Abney is with relatives on Druid CreekThere will ho meeting a- New Hope next Saturday but float on Sunday on account ot a funeral sermon which Is to bo preached nt Corinth Laurence Hampton who went to Straight Creek to work re candy took very sick and was brought back Sunday by David Abncy Tho Dig Hill Coal Co is hero drilling for coallJorn to Mr and Mrs Wai Balllnger a girl CONWAY Conway Aug 1riRhoda and Skid Bowman visited Ilarvle Bowman nt Hlatt Saturday and Sunday Will and Lloyd Dowcll visited Sheridan Bowman Sunday Mrs Darker and daughter of Ohio are visiting atIJim Bracks Florence Bury and Alexander worn quietly married lit dnY1Woing her parents at Hlatt Prof Smith made n business trip to Richmond last week GOOC1ILANI I Goochland Aug 12 Regular church services will bo hold at Sycamore Sunday John C Phillips was at Big Hill last week on business The I Hammond Gray Eagle belonging to J L Jones took second prize In the Roadster ring at Boron fair last SaturdayW A Phillips visited ut Mom Angllns near Dlsputanta last Sundl1yJloyd Peters and Ale Ang lin returned from Hamilton Sunday Hiram Collins of Roblnct Is hero among frlondsR II Phillips attended i tho fair at Berea Saturuay j We congratulate our trustees and chairman for placing tho school house at the head of Roundstone James Garrett sold a three year old mulo last week too Dick King for 100IMillard Anglin and Geo aro In the cross tie business for W S Jones Frank Morris of Home LlcK was in Goochland Thursday i Darn to Mrs Mary Shouse a fine girl Aug 7th Johnetta coal mines are still booming Abnay Bros have moved their saw mill to Clear CukIFrank Cocks was on Roundstono Crock Friday on business Tho Dap tlfits of Goochland are repairing their church house this seasonWm Saul mon will not go to Oklahoma as was reported some time agoI OIDIXIClimax Aug G Rector are all smiles over tho I arrival of a fine boy August 2nd Doth mother and baby aro doing nicely Caty Balllnger is staying with Mrs D G Rector I Rector and Grant York are doing carpeu tel work for Geo ThatcherThos and John Clark of Illinois were hero last week to visit their brother Bar low and friends They returned homo Monday Mrs Sarah Rector who lias been sick so long is slowly im proving Mrs Isaac McCrackens tOn who hits had fever is improving J M and D G Rector are engaged in tho cross tie business Chas For sytho has returned from Richmond where ho went to seek work Ho re ports that work is scarce Coons and ground hogs aro doing some damage to corn crops YOU JAN CURE THAT BACKACHE generalbnltllorrnALIANLEA1 for Kidney Urlnal1 troubles Whn you feel run down tired weak and without cncrgr you need a few loses ot this plcatantbcrh cure Aa a regulator It has no equal ilother Grays Auntrnllanl nf ls sold by Urn llt or sent by moll for 60 cents UryItoy L z = t OULANI10 Orlando Aug 13rl1nk McNow had his arm badly hurt in a saw mill near hero Thursday Mrs Madlo RI- der is very low with typhoid fever Mrs Martha Singleton and MlfSI Mlnnlo Scott were In Mullinsvlllo Thursday shopping School is pro greasing nicely with Cora Griffin M teacher Several from hero nttciidoJ church at Corinth Sunday Miss M T Singleton entertained a large nuns her ot friends Saturday afternoon Crops are looking tinoE Williams who has been In bad health so long is getting much better Slat McNow returned homo Friday from London where ho has been working FOR SALH 1GO acres land near Dripping Springs SO acres in culti vation well watered and good build ings New stock barn and good orchard one mowing machine and rate und other farming tools ID stacks of hay For further information call on or address C H Todd Crab Orchard Ky MADISON COUNTY tNlIViU CllKKK Silver Creek Aug 15 Farmers in this section are thru with their crops and aro now ready for other work Several from hero attended tho Johnson Reunion at Johnson Springs Monday Mrs Jess Moor and Pearl Robinson visited tholr par enta Mr and Mrs George Anderson Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe VanWInk lo are rejoicing over tho arrival ot a 12 pound boyJohn and Roy Gadd visited Bradley Lako Saturday night Majorlo Johnson who died of con sumption near Lowell was brought item Monday for Interment In tho Johnson graveyard Iva and Maggio Anderson visited Gertrude Lake Sat urdayMrs Jesse Murphy and daugh ter visited tho formers sister Mrs Dr Williams in Borca Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Johnson went to Whites Station Saturday to see Will Parks who Is very ill ut this writing Minnie nnd Kutli critic Lako passed thru curouto to Big 11111 Monday Joo Lewis Is weatherboarding his dwelling which adds greatly to its appearance Mr and Mrs D C Pulling of Borca via ited tholr daughter Sunday Continued on fifth page VOICE OF THE WEST Continued tram first page c plauded but Mr Tofts noino WitS ignored Tho platform of the Con vention alto denounces tho thrift and pleads for further revision Cranes Mission A few days before tho results in Kansas were known before the as sembling of tho Iowa Convention President Taft had sent Senator Murray Crano Massachusetts west to opart on tho political situation nnd It was evident that tho President was much worried over his fallow and tho falluro ot oxPresident Roosevelt to bring about a condition nt harmony in tho party If It was Senator Cranes purpose to report tho conditions in tho west the Proal dent got a report before the Senaj I tor returned for tho Insurgents nf Kansas spoke In unmistakable to mis also tho Insurgents In tho Con vontlon In Iowa Senator Crane has now returned and presumably reported to tho President std ho has later vis ited Mr Roosevelt and frequent con foronora have been hold between the two at least by messenger BalllngerI claimed at the time that one ot the puriosed of Senator Cranes visit to tho west was to overtake and interview Mr Balllnger and the claim lips been persUtont that the President wishes lit Uulllnger to resign Ho however elfrlaclares that he never will- Speculation 1 Tic newspapers have Indulged in much speculation during the last ton lays but it is safe to say that when isIvery much that is of supremo Interest Much that is not now known has been done behind the cover and will not bo known for some time Certainty However there in much that is certain Tho Insurgents surely havo the car of the people and they know It and are taking advantage of that fact It is believed now also that they havo tho car of President Taft and it has been thought all along that Mr Roosevelt sympathizes with them He however persistently re fuses to announce his views Aldrich on Griddle Not the least Interesting nor the least Important feature of the sItu- ation has beon the charge of Senator Brlstow of Kansas against Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island Ho claims that tho reason Senator Aldrlch was anxious to have crude rubber on tho free list is that Aldrich himself la a member of a firm largely Interested in tho importation of crude rubber For tho samo reason ho was equally anxious to havo the tariff on manufac tured rubber articles Increased from 30 to 35 por cent Senator Brlstow shows that slnco rubber is admitted free of duty and nt tho same time tho tariff increased on tho manufactured rubber articles the Aldrich syn dlcato has reaped a great harvest in dividendsIneffectual Reply These charges have had n great ef fect upon tho country and ills evi dent that tho leaders ot the party have been very much disturbed about them Immediately after Mr Craiioo return from his western trip ho was sent by President Tnft to Interview Senator Aldrich The Sonator has boasted in recent months that no criticism or newspaper report ever annoyed hint enough to causo hint to explain his actions but these char ges wore so furious and woro likely to affect the partys Interest In tho fall to such an extent that Mr Taft thought It worth while to urge thru Mr Crane that Mr Aldrich natty A reply After some time a reply Wi forthcoming but such a reply Prac tically everything that Mr Brlstow said is admitted Tho only real dental Is that the company In which Mr Aldrich Is n partner Is not a real trust but a holding company and much Is made ot tho statement that ho was not Interested In changing tho status ot rubber raw material but allovnid It to bo admitted free of duty as U was under tho former thrift The tx cuso offered for raising the tariff OIL manufactured rubber articles Is that officials of tho Treasury Department recommended It In order to she them less work It Is easy to see why Mr Aldrich did not oppose the raise Ills own pocketbook sided with tho Treasury officials Senator Brlstow has taker up tho reply of Senator Aldrich and Is making much of it and tho country far und wide is deeply aroused Balllnger Popular at Home In any summary of tho doings ot tho last ten days tho action of Uio Republican party Convention of the State ot Washington should not bo Ignored inasmuch as It has consider able bearing on the status ot Sec Balllnger Ualllngor at toast seems to + ifthothe thrift and Taft ijeccivo tho unani mous endorsement of the party plittiforma Clamor for House Cleaning Tho situation is a complicated ono and no lose interesting than It is complicated What the outcome Is to be Is simply a subject ot specula ton Tho voluntary activity of Can non the dragging of Senator Aldrich Into tile situation by Senator Brls tow and his reply that didnt satis fy and the rather flamboyant declar atlona of Mr Balllngor on his trip to his homd Stato trays all tended to excite tho public as it has not been exalted In years The result ot all this Is a practically unanimous clamor front rostrum for tho elimination of CannanAldrlslar mid Balllngor trout Republican councils for tho present and from huh lie life In general Tho olanior Is so pronounced and f o persistent that the prayers have taken It up and report on It as if It were the established policy of the administration It Is now sported that President Taft has both hoard and aeon and has come to a con elusion It Is declared tnaC victory lfor tho party in the tall campaign Is absolutely Impossible It tho party continues to bo encumbered with its present load jr Reconstruction Progra jTime President then is crodltedlWUh rI 4a reconstruction program for thg I l ombrslbs II Sept 16 assures tho retirement of Senator Aldrich at the end of the noxt session of Congress and it promises that Mr Cannon althoushlho may bo reelected to Congress will not stand for reelection to tha Spoakorsblp Program Clears Skies If tits program Is carried out it In thought that the Dark Clouds will disappear and it is believed that time Republicans are reasonably sure of electing enough Congressmen to have time control of the next Congress The significant thing In all this is that tho Insurgents havo won and 1 that they havo won tho President It is pointed out that tho country tt can not afford to trust tho DomocrnI tic party It should only bo trusted if there is no hope of Limo ultimate i triumph of the progressive clement in tho Republican party nnd tho pain clples for which this element standsV r WE 8U- YWOOLi MIDESANOFURDdsDeakrs e we aseltec be JN Ikai i etht ot cwnmuwa nmtkate Reference tar kink la Lotmtille We faith Waal Sags Free to sea shippers Write be fcfce M LSASEL tt SONS z uVwi4 Lwrilfc Kr f I e I1lf