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BEKEA PUBLISHING CO iNconIouA1Jn J P FAULKNER Manager Dnteralatt4Ibd opleeat DomKyassecond dace naafbnatto the the I Vol XII Five coats a copy BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 25 1010 One Dollar a year No 0 IF Worn garments from shop we urge you to their merits You cannot do yourself a greater favor than to learn what S fitted clothes feel like and be able to note what a difference they will make in your When you wear them you will real ize how much goodness is where you cant see it The fine materials and tailoring which are the foundation of all FRIEND MADE keep them in shape until they are worn threadbare Our relieves you of every element of risk Kentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK I War Russia and Italy Smitten r with CholeraInsurgents In Golden pState DEFRAUDING TUB INDIANS Tho Congressional committee appoint ed to investigate tho charges of Senator Gore of Oklahoma is in ses Iulon and after examining many wit = has laid baro an extenslvo scheme for defrauding tho Indians Tho committee docs not find however r any ground for believing that Senator Curtlss and Vlco President Sherman were in anyway connected with the scheme ROOSEVELT AGAIN SNUBBED I At tho Instance of his friends Mr I teml1or1ary in Saratoga In September He simp ly said that ho would act if chosen and his announcement was hailed ar a harbinger of harmony between tho Insurgents and Standpatters But the rejoicing was of short duration for the committee composed mainly of 1metman instead and consternation PhyslclauBIrI Iirolnt and will now Boon be well He is to go to the Adirondacks for com plete recovery It neoniB that the wouldbo assassin only succeeded in kicking tho mayor up stairs ONE BY ONEUnder the lash of public sentiment and In the hope of personal favor from their constttu ants ono after another of the hitherto Standpat congressmen are announc ing that they will not yoto for Mr Cannon for tho Spcakershlp if they are elected this fall Congressman Longworth of Cincinnati Mr Room enllghtlnIedWAR NEARING END Reports which seem to be authentic have boon received from Nlcarauga to tho effect that tho Revolutionists are at last successful and tho war is soon to end City after city has fallen before them and their victorious armies aro now at tho gates of the capital Managua The brother of tho Revolu tionary general Estrada Is declared President it Is reported CHOLERA IN RUSSIA AND ITALY A The world Is Just now realizing the extent of the ravages of cholera in Russia and Italy The outbreak is comparatively recent in Italy and con fined to the southwest portion of tho peninsula but the disease Is wide spread in Russia The number of cases reported in the later coun try to date la 112985 with 60JS7 deaths In Italy tho king and queen are going to the infected district to have personal direction of tho work of prevention and cure PATTERSONS OPPONENTThe Republican Convention which was in Continued on last page 1 THE CITIZEN Devoted to Interests of Mountain People YOU HAVE NEVER our investigate correctly appearance CLOTHES guarantee RR COYLE Berea CharresRoosevelti HOMEWARD BOUND Dr Frost Writes When NearlngHom Shores Ships Makeup of Helpers Crew and PassengersSunday Ser vicesInteresting Observations and Acquaintances Expect to be Home Soon On Board R M S Adriatic August 18 1910 Dear Friends of Tho Citizen Your pilgrims are returning Wo embarked at Southampton at 11 a m Aug 10 and found that tho 160 men who shovel coal Into tho great bolt ers of the Adriatic had struck Some how wo got out into tho harbor and a boat came alongside with 100 poor wretches who had been picked up to take their places It soon appeared that they could not keep the engines up to their best work Wo touched tho coast of Franco and tho next day Irleand where CO more stones came abroad Ten Irish women also camo aboard with baskets of Irish lace and other fancy articles for sale Then came two days thru cold tog but on Sunday wo were able to have n service In tho cabin and I preach ed for the first Umo In many months using a text which I have often used in Kentucky and which seemed to bo cqunllyjeffoctlvo hero Tho steamer carries about 600 work etewanlssetennd 460 first class passengers tOO second class passengers and 1600 third class passengers all very com fortablo and well fed It Is wonderful to think of the varied Interests which havo brought these 2600 passengers together or this voyage We havo not been very forward to get acquainted but havo yet mado somo acquaintances who Illustrate tho nature of tho company Hero arc two ladles who knew Dean Dinsmoro at Columbia University and two who knew Mrs Frost years ago in Wisconsin Six ministers met Ito arrange our worship on Sunday a Baptist from California returning Conferlenco Nova Scotia and another from Wis consin a Congregatlonallst from Chi cago and myself a plain Christian from Kentucky Tho passengers have amused them solves in many ways There is a li brary and au orchestra on board Sports wore organized on deck and Cleveland will be able to show tho Berea students some new stunts that ho has learned here Twlco there was a tug of war between England and America ono by men and ono by women the Americans winning both times and showing themselves rather unsportsmanlike in tho way they boasted over it As a matter of Tact the peopld who pulled for America were mostly American citizens who had been naturalized but who were native Swedes English Irish and Scotch There are many of these foreign born Americans on the steamer who have prospered In the United States and havo been back to visit their home lands They all say that they come back loving America more than Continued on fourth page Show me the back windows of a mans dwelling and I will tell you hist character The rear of the house only Is sincere The attitude of de ception kept up at the front windows leaves the back area defenceless The Luck of a Roaring Camp p 249 Bret Harte It Is the back yard that tolls the tale Bret Harte was pretty nearly right If you know what kind of a view a man or a woman or both will put up with from their back windows or doors you will know a great deal about the man and woman Wo ore speaking now of the people who have beautiful front yards We would not havo thorn loss beautiful Not at all There is but one more pleasing thing about any honlo than a well kept front yard and that is a back yard equally well kept The front yard shows tho estimation we want others to put upon us The back yard shows what estimation we put upon ourselves The difference between the two comes dangerously near being the dif ference between the real self and wbut we want others to think WH are Those poor souls who have neither a beautiful front yard nova clean back yard are more honest than their neighbors that boast of the former but there is no virtuoin their honesty for it is duo to laziness There is something wrong with people who can endure weeds and filth The Ancient Persians would have called them sinners irreligious The Ancient Persians believed in a very good Godand n very bad Devil They culled their good God Ahura Mazda and their bad Devil Ahiram or Ormuzd When the Hebrews were carried away captive to Babylon and Babylon was conquered by the Persians Ihe Hebrews came in contact with this intensified conception of the warfare of the good and evil and it had its influence upon the devolopement of their religion But as is the case usually with individuals they were more ready to borrow the evil than the good The bad Devil among tho Persians was believed to be the author of all weeds poisonous plants and noxious insects The good God of course was hold to be the author of the beautiful and useful whether of plant or animal What then was more natural than that the followers of Ahura Mazda should show their loyalty by fostering the beautiful and good and by waging relentless warfare upon the noxious and bad Isnt it a pity that the Hebrews failed to borrow this admirable idea f If they had adopted we have had a Jewish religion not only insisting upon ritual cleanliness but real cleanliness If they had adopted it we might have bad a Christian religion insisting that Jesus didnt quite pay it all and recognizing some vir tuo in a clean shave a hair cut a bath occasionally and wholesome quarters clean backyard as well as clean front yardin other words sanitary conditions and moral cleanliness as well This isnt to say that the Christian religion doesnt uphold and insist upon these things Then is plenty of New Testament sanc tiou for them that is plain to those who bare eyes to see and ears to hear But judging from the fact that most preachers areonly inter ested in saving humanity from the oraih to come and not like Jesus from sickness and disease in this life and never mention these things ono would think that there are but few that are able to see and to hear The editor is Darn Persian neither does he believe In the Per sian God or Devil but he hates weeds He hates them for a reason that might not be called religious by acme He hates them because he loves the beautiful and weeds are not beautiful Hear then the conclusion of the whole matter Weeds are in the back yard weeds aro in the front yard they line the streets they are along the roads they darken the school house windows they are rank in the church yard not because everybody is irreligious nor be cause anybody loves tho weeds but because many people do not love the beautiful Yes But it is never too late to learnto kill weeds BEREA COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS SEPT 14 Tho students who return to Berea this Fall wilt see great Improvements In many lines- Howard Hall has been remodeled Steam heat and electric light havo boon installed and tho building refit ted thruout Pearsons Hall will be open and is ono of tho finest dormitories in the stateThe largest fall term attendance the college has ever seen is expected and those who are planning to enter should arrango at onco and select their room- President Frost will be hero for the opening day and will have a message for every student that none should miss hearing Several teachers of the college havo been abroad this year and will come back full of good things to tell their pupilsIt expected that this will be tho best year in tho history of tho col lege For list of expenses and other in formation see advertisement in an other column or address Will C Gamble Secretary BOX SUPPER Tho Box supper given at tho Berea Baptist Church Tuesday night by tho Baraca and Philathca classes of thut church for tho benefit of the new Sunday School Building Fund was a great success The attendance was large and everybody had a splendid time About J76 was realized Tho prize for tho finest box a gold locket and chain was won by Miss Jessie Smith A box of can dy was awarded Miss Hilda Welch for having the box that brought tho highest price lien box was sold for J975 In the Cake Contest Miss Ruby Smith was voted the most popular girl Miss Viola Blcknell was her nearest competitor Tho Baraca and Phllathea classes desire to thank tho public for their generous support and cooperation I MRS DINSMORE WRITES Summer Home DescribedInterestI- n the Post OfficeProf Dlnsmon Fishes and Writes a BookSoon- Be Ready for Another Years Work Cedar Lodge La Polnte Madeline Island Wis Aug 8 1910 The Citizen which has Just arrived contained such interesting articles from Dr Robertson and Mr Francis Clark that Im tempted to see if I cannot break into print and tell our Normal students as well as any other friends who may care to know something of our experience during this vacation Wo reached here the sixth of last month and thus far have enjoyed every minute of our stay Madeline Island is 14 miles long and throe and one half wide is the largest of the Apostle group and has some historical interest Father Marquette once had his home here where he is said to have built a catholic church which stood until a few years ago when It was destroyed by fire It contained a rare old painting fe puted to be by Rubens but it also was burned Cedar Lodge tho cottage we occupy Is owned by two Nebraska friends who asked us to share it with them this summer and we expect them to Join us tomorrow It stands on a high bluff sixty feet from the waters of Lake Superior and wo never weary of watching the passing boats The living room is eighteen by twentyfour feet has long low win dows on three sIdes a great fireplace In which often burns a drift wood fire walls covered with birch bark and everything very artis tic Our room is Just above the same size and opens on a bal cony which Mr Dinsmoro has con verted into a study spending most of the morning working on ILls new book Tho nearest houses In sight are at Continued on fifth page Knowledge powerand newspaper Certificates of Deposit J 4 t We issue Certificates ofDeposit at any time payable at a certain fixed date on which we pay 4 per cent interest t Many of our patrons have purchased these Certificates and those now in force amount to over 5000000 You will find this a splendid form of investment j I S li Berea Bank Trust Co J MORE BREAKERS Both Factions Want HarmonyNeith er Likely to Give inTreatment- of Mr RooseveltForced Into In surgents CampSpeculation as to Future Is Harmony Possible All predications of harmony In Re publican councils seem to be very shy of tho mark That Mr Taft wants harmony and Is now energetically working for It Is evident It may be however that he has awakened to the seriousness of the situation Juut a little too late It may be conceded also that both parties to tho split want harmonyboth the Regulars and Insurgents but possibly both would claim that they do not want harmony when It entails dishonor Admitting that both sides embrace many men with honest convictions that would have to be conceded History of the Split Looking back calmly over the atti tudo of both sides since the break it seems that any impartial observer might have to admit that the Insur gents have been rather tho more tem perate and the more Inclined to mako concessions It may be recalled that they were very patient with Cannon and never exerted their full power against himthat they might havo deposed him if they had chosen to do so and that when they Curtailed his power depriving him of the right to appoint the committee on rules they did not seek for themselves places on that committee It will not be forgotten either that they support ed loyally all the Administration measuresthat it was largely duo to their advocacy that they were put thruRegulars Not Temperate- On the other hand It will be recall ed that neither Cannon nor the Ad ministration was at all temperate In attitude toward them Cannon want ed them hung as traitors andsUr ferent members of the Administra tion proceeded to read them out of the party But although they have been called Democrats and Populists wolves in sheeps clothingthey have refused to admit that they are any thing but Republicans and claim rather that they are the truo representatives of the partythat they are fully In line with tho traditions of the partyInsurgents Exasperated But while they have been the more temperate and tho more ready to mako concessions the constant drubbing they have received from the so called Regulars has driven them to tho point where they have decided to stand by their guns And they are not and have not been without- a following Their slogan has been all along The People against the Interests and they have caught the popular ear They were sufflcently strong in Indiana to make tho Ad ministration sit up and take notice They sought recognition in Ohio but were squelched They swept Kansas and thundered from Iowa They only needed a leader in Michigan and tho latest is that they have completely trIumphed in California Not Like Free Silver Craze What is to be done with them Will It do to say that there Is a craze like the free silver frenzy and that it will subside as soon as the people have time to think Hardly Continued on fifth pare is the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good IN OUR OWN STATE Kentucky IntentorMoney for Militia Distinguished Educator Dead Possible Election this Fall Fight Near Pinevllle ELECTION THIS FALL Tho Democratic State Central Committee appointed a committee of lawyers some time ago to determine whether according to tho Constitution tho election should be held this Fall to fill the vacancy caused by the resign ation of State Supt Crabbe Tho de cision of tho committee is to the ef fect that it should be held this Fall It this is the case it will interfere lat least with the expectations of Supt Regenstein who accepted the position with the thought of filling out tho entire unexpired term FIGHT IN DELLIt is reported from Pinevllle that two men were fatally shot in a row at a ball game Monday Their names are Gus Hen drickson and Alfred Jones NOTED EDUCATOR DEAD Prof J J Rucker of Georgetown College one of the oldest und hest known educators and temperance workers In the South died at his homo In George town Monday Prof Rucker has held the chair of Mathematics in the collego for flftythrco years and it is said that he taught In the same room the entire time KENTUCKY ATRSH1P It Is announced from Newport Kentucky thatt a young man by the name of 1lorrlI son has Invented and has already pat ents on a monoplane that surpasses anything In the nature of flyIng craft hitherto seen It Is claimed for his machine that it will adjust itself to any currents of alr and if its en gines fall to act It will settle to the ground easily like a bird on the wing FOR STAr S MILITA All the States of the Union except Nevada which has nomlllta get a portion of the government appropriation tot the armies of the country Kentucky has Just received tho first installment of her allotment for the year which is to be spent for ammunition and general supplies The amount is 25000 INTERURBAN LINE OPEN The now Interurban lino from Louisville to Shelbyvillo was opened last week Cars leave each end of the line for the other every hour and from travel indications already great success for the line is predicted Why not have trolly lines between our Mountain towns The venture would certainly payKENTUCKYS OLDEST FAIR Tho fiftieth annual exhibition of the Shelby County Fair was opened Tues day of this week This is said to be tho longest uninterrupted record of any Fair Association in the State It is claimed for the management that they have never failed to meet ansfobligation Their fiftieth exhibition program is in the nature of a cele brationBREATHITT FEUDIST KILLED John Abner known as one of Breath Itt Countys feudists was assassinated in Jackson Monday night He was shot twice through tho head and his body when found was by the side of the road at the north end of tho bridge that leads Into Jackson The assassin has not been found according to the latest reports i MH I 1 Ik rMA1mJN GRAWLo1Thc8- AUTIOROf t RQCIMftS f JIlIETHUJAEll I JLLJJTi ATOJc5Y i7L YR1C1TI9 7 tiefMRRION You Will Never Understand She Said SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the her home In central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubles hoping that the stranger woul dlscloaureTheygirls relatives who blocked up the en supplyleavingBaad her betrothed attempted to climb sown a cliff mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd lad car tied dug his way out of the tunnel and departed the girl and carrying ft rubles Baraka gathered all thegems shecould carry and started In pur MargaritadaCordovaengaged In London to Konstantln Lao HerintimatehusbandhadIntimatefriendcan who had become one the richestmen In the world Van was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as loon as he heard of her betrothal He winningtheproached Logotheti at Versailles with toMargaretbyDarakaotl1avlngehe10vedMargrretrented her with the ruby Baraka had bellevechimBaraka was arrested In London on thecharge of stealing from PInney a jew LogoettTwoMaud believed that Logothetls associa tions with Daraka were open to suspi VanTorpcowboy he had known In his young man hood LogotheU secured Barakas re guestwentCHAPTER X Continued He had been on deck a long time that day but Daraka had only been established in her chair a few min utes As yet he had hardly talked with her of anything but the neces nary preparations for the journey and she had trusted him entirely being sworn out with fatigue and bodily dis comfort that oho was already half asleep when he bad at last brought her aboard late on the prevIous night Before the yacht had sailed he had re ceived Van Torps telegram Informing him that Krallnsky was at Bayreuth for his secretary had sat up till tw- In the morning to telegraph him th latest news and forward any meesag- that came and Van Torps had bee amongst the number I have something of importance to tell you Logotheti said Baraka prepared herself against be traying surprise by letting her lids droop a little but that was all Speak she answered I desIre knowledge more than gold You are wise said the Gree rarely No doubt you remember the rich man Van Torp for whom I gays you a letter and whom you had eea ofl the day you war arrested Val Tory BaraM pronounced the name distinctly and sodded Yes 1 remember him well Ho knows where the magi U whom I seek sad 4- t he wrote the address for KG I have It You will take me there In your Ship and I shall find him If you find him what shall you say to hint Logotheti asked Few words These perhaps Yo dleft me to die but I am not dead am hero Through me you aro a rich great man Tile rubles are my mar- rIage portion which you bare tape Now you must be my husband The Is all Few words It Is your right Logotbetl an swered But he will not marry Then he shall die replied Bara as quietly as if she were saying that he should go for a walk If you kill him the laws of t country may take your Ute objected theGreekThat be my portion the girl answered with profound indifference You only have one life Logotheti observed It is yours to throwaway But the man you seek is not in th country Van Torp has telegraphed me that ho is much nearer Nevertheless if you mean to kill him I wl not take you to him as I Intends- t0 do Barakas face bad changed though she had been determined not to betray surprise at anything he said she turned to him and fixed her eyes on his and he saw her lashes quiver You will tell me where he is she said anxiously It you will not take me I will go alone with Splro I have been in many countries with no other help I can go there also where h- Is e You will tell me Not if you mean to murder him said Logothctl and she saw that he was in earnest But It he will not be my husband what can I do If I do not kill him t She asked the question in evident good faith If I were you I should make him share the rubles and the money with you and then I would leave him to himself But you do not understand Ba raka protested He is young he la beautiful be is rich He will take some other woman for his wfe If I leave him You see he must die there Is no other way If he will not marry me It Is his portion Why do you talk Have I not come across the world from the Altai by Samark Englande to h glnof rl precious stones that any strong thief might have taken from mot Is the danger nothing The travel nothing Is it nothing that I have gone about like a shameless one with my fat uncovered dressed In a mans That I have cut my haIr my beautiful nothingk tooT a That I have been called a thief I have suffered all these things to find him and If I ome to him at lest and Ire will not re my husband shall he live and take another woman You 70UdoFrank otter aU That Ilttle maid you I have brought for me would under stand me better though she has been taught for six years by Christians She is a good girl She says that 1 all that time she has never once for gotten to say the Fatlheh three times a day and to say el hamdu utah to herself after she has eaten She would understand I know she would But you never I The exquisite little aquiline tea turAs wore a look of unutterable con tempt If I were you said Logotbetl smiling I would net tell her wha you are going to do You scat cried Baraka almost an grlly You do not understand A servant Shall I tell my heart to my handmaid and my secret thoughts to a hired man I tell you because you are a friend though you have no un derstanding of us My father feeds many flocks arid has many bondmen and bondwomen whom he beats when it pleases him and can put to death mmaje Shim and when he desires gold ho takes one to Tashkent or even to Samarkand a long journey and sells it to the Russians Ho is a great man If he would bring a camel bag full of precious stones to Europe he could be one of the greatest men Ii the world And you think that my fathers daughter would open her heart to ono of her servants I said well that you do not understand I Logotheti looked quietly at the slim young thing Jn a readymade blue serge frock who said such things as a Lady Clara Vere de Vein would scarcely dare to say above her breath In these democratic days and he watched the noble little features and the small white hands that had comedown to her through generations of chieftains since the days when tho primeval shepherds of the world counted the stars In the plains of hat He himself with his long Greek descent was an aristocrat to the marrow and smiled at the claims of men who traced their families back to the Crusaders With the help of a legend or two and half a myth he could almost make himself a far descendant of the Tyndaridoe But what was that compared with the pedigree of tho little thing in a blue serge frock Her race went back to a time before Heslod before Homer to a date that EIQPtbutliana of human history No he said after a long pause I begin to understand You had not told me that your father was a great man and that his sires before him WIThis polite speech delivered In his best Tartar though with sundry Turk sometd her little head backwards and upwards against the top of the deck horsekIf d to European skirts oho stuck out one thhae d she indiscreetly showed a paleyellow silk ankle round which she could have easily made her thumb mebt her second finger Logothetl glanced at itYou will never understand she said but her tone bad relented and atshe made a concession If you will take mo to him and If he will not be my husband I will let SpIro kill him LogoWedtl o was quite sure that Spiro would never kill anybody If you will take an oath which I shall dictate and swear to let SpIro do It I will take you to the man you seek What must boo must be Baraka said in a tone of resignation When he is dead SpIro can also kill mo and take the rubles and the money That would be a pity observed the Greek thoughtfully Why a pity It will be my par Lion I will not kill myself because then I should go to hellfire but Splro can do It very well Why should I still live then- Because t you are young and beau tlful and rich enough to be very hapI py Do you never look at your face In tho mirror The eyes of Baraka are like the pools of paradise when the moon rose upon them the first time her waist Is as slender as a young willow sapling that bends to the breath of a spring breeze her mouth is a dark rose from Gullstan =But Baraka Interrupted him with a taInt smile- Y u speak emptiness she said quietly What is the oath that IImay swear IU Shall I take Allah and the prophet and the Angel Israflt toI witness that I will keep my word Shall I prick my hand and let the drops tall into your two hands thatIyou may drink them What shall I do and say I am ready You must swear an oath that 811I fathers swore before there wire Chris tians or Mussnlmen In the world greatta you like Is it a very solemn oathT It is the most solemn that ever was sworn for it II the oath of 1i1I gods themselves I shall gjve it t9 you slowly and you must try to Pre nounce it right word by word holding out your hands like this with the palms downwards I am ready said Baraka doing as he bade her He quoted la Greek the oath Ural 7 f Hypnos dictates to Hera tn the Iliad and Daraka repeated each word pronouncing as well as shot could I swear by the Inviolable water of tho Styx and I lay one hand upon the allnourishing earth the other on the sparkling sea that all the gods below may be our witnesses evea they that stand round about Kronor Thus I swearl As he had anticipated Baraka was much more Impressed by the Im unl self by any oath familiar to her I am sorry she said but what Is done Is done and you would have it so She pressed her hand gently to her left side and felt the steel bod kin and sighed regretfully- You have sworn an oath that no LogotheUer kill pigs on the graves of his fa ther and his mother than break itI shall keep my word Only take mo quickly where I would bo Logotheti produced a whistle from his pocket and blew on It and a quar termaster answered the call and was sent for the captain who came In a tow moments IUead her about for Jersey and Carterets captain said tho owner The sea Is as flat as a board and we will land there You can go on to the Mediterranean without coaling can you noUN The captain said ho could coal at Gibraltar It necessary Then take her to Naples please and wait for instructions Daraka understood nothing but within two minutes sbo saw that the yacht was changing her course for the afternoon sun was all at once pouring In on the deck just beyond too end of her chair She was satis fled and nodded her approval When shall we reach that place she asked lazily and she turned taco to Logothetl herI Allah knows he answered She had been so well used to Questions she thought nothing of It and waited awhile before speaking again Her eyes studied the maws face almost unconsciously He now wore a tea Instead of a yachting cap and it changed hIs expression Ho no longer looked In the least like a European Tho handsome red toll glowed like blood In the evening light and the long black silk tassel hung backwards with a dashing air There was some thing about him that reminded Ba rnka of Sand and Saad had been a ehcome thers house with hIs blue eyes and golden beard But Saad had only seen her unveiled face once and that was the last thing he saw whoa the ball from the Mauser went through his forehead I mean she asked after some time shall we be there tomorrow or the next day I see no land on this side Is there any on the otherrNo Logotheti answered there Is no land near Perhaps far off we might seo a small island Is that the place Baraka began to be interested at lays Tho place Is far away You horn patience All hurry come from Satan T am not impatient the girl an swered mildly I am glad to rest I your ship for I was very tired tired than I ever was when I was child and used to climb up the foot hills to seo Altai better It Is good to be In your ship for a while and aft er that what shall be will be It IB Allah that knows That Is the truth responded Greek Allah knows I said so Jae now But I wilt tell you what I have decided It you will listen I listen It fs better that you should res several days after all your wear ness and the man you seek will no run away for he does not know you are so near But he may take another woman Baraka objected growing earnest at once Perhaps he has already Then there will be two Instead of one SpIro said Logotbetl with perfect truth would as soon kill two as one I am sure for he is a good servant It wilt be the same to him You cal me a great man and a king I am not a kIng for I have no kingdom though some kingdoms would like to hero as much ready money as I But hero on tho ship I am tho master not only because it Is mine and because I choose to command but because the men are bound by English law to obey me and if they should refuse and overpower me sad take my ship where I did not wish to go tho laws all nations would give mo the rlglitI to put them all into prison at once for a long time Therefore when say Go to a certain place they take the ship there according to their knowledge for they are trained to that business and can guide the vessel towards any place in the worldI though they cannot see land till they reach It Do you understand all those thingsI T understand Baraka answered smiling But I am not bound to obey you and at least I can beg you to do what I ask and I think you wilt do itHer voles grew suddenly soft and almost tender for though she was only a Tartar girl and very young and slim site was a woman Evo bad IYou Ara Wise as Well as Great Baraka Said I not had long experience of talking when she explained to Adam the properties of apples Logothotl answered her smile and er tone- I shall do what you ask me but I shall do It slowly rather than quick ly because that will be better for you in the end If we had gone on as wo wore going we should have got to land tonight but to a wretched little town from which we should have had to take a night train hot and dirty and dusty all the way to Paris That would not help you to rest would ItrOh no I wish to sloop again in your ship once twice till I cannot sleep any more Then you will take me to tho place That Is what you shall do To tha end I gave orders this afternoon greatsThey left the rail and walked slowly forward side by side without speak honBarakaIng with him thore yet something an byhisthe company of a lovely Tartar girl whose language he could understand whettthat Margaret would surely think the be ought to feel very miserable th thtful and this little antlphono 0 fotsome time till It occurred to him to stop tho duo by explaining to Baraka probablylIpthrough the arm of the man with whom she was walking on the deck of a yacht because there was generally a little motion at sea and she would thenlwould do the same thing by force of habit But Baraka looked at such be havior quite differently That would be a sort of dance sho said 7 am not a dancing girl I dancIngtogetherand other people in France It Is rile gusting I would rather go unveiled among my own people Which may Allah forbldl answered LogotheU devoutly nut A11aI4 retie and the boys and girls dance together I have done worse said Daraka for I have dressed as a man and If woman did that among my people notburledAWQtromwas leaving me there to dial wIshtotried to compass your death I ca understand that you should dream of bedr to marry him Is known to the wlsdos of the blessed ones You never saw him Daisies an Hwered with perfect simplicity He is a beautiful man bis beard Is like the rays of tho morning sun on a ripe cornfield Ills eyes are bright as an eagles but blue an sapphires He is much taller and bigger and stronger that you aro Do you not see why I want him for a husband Wily did ho not desire me for his wife Am I crooked am I blinded by the smallpox or have I six fingers on both hands and a hump on my shoulder like tho Witch ot Altai Was my portion a cotton shift one brass bangle and a horn comb for my hair I gave him the riches of tho world to take he would not I do not un tderetand Am I an evil sight In a mans eyes Tell me the truth for you are a friend You are good to see Logotheti answered stopping and pretending to examine her face critically as she himanot you to speak for yourself returned Baraka I wish goTman may see me What would they say In the street If they saw mo now as a wom sat That is what I must know for he eatsaye uaprayrthat I speak the truth Logotlietl answered It wereydon and I met you by the bank of the river I should say that you were the prettiest dark girl in England but that I should like to see you la a besteface was troubled and she anxiouslyIBefore 1 moot him I must have more clothes many beautiful now dresses It was shameless but It was easy to dress as a man after I had learned for II was always thd same the difference was three buttons or four buttons 01 muoLAlsogarments as the Mussulmans do the left over the right but I often see 1Hinduswomen another religion than the strangeLogotheti had rtall serer noticed the rather singular tact which had struck the born Asiatic al once TO BE CONTINUED OliomdeWith us the crime U not In fleteo tlon Its la admission All sorts ci anddand you can bluff them out but when tentwtNh I I Ti4jw NEWS L OF YESTERDAYBY0 EdUlordJ I r r A I How Lincoln electedlfjHarry Vanderbilt Obtained Nearly 300000 to Pay for tho Campaign- by Personal Appeals to Wealthy Men In the East As a remarkable Instance of bow 1vtis possible for a man to accomplish a work regarded at the time as of Bupreme importance and still remain In comparative obscurity the case- y of Harry Vanderbilt a nephew of Commodore Vanderbilt who died recently In New York city at a green eld ago aftnr making a fortune for himself as a manufacturer Is of es pedal interest For this Vanderbilt on tho authority of his lifelong friend DJ Jayne who earned a name and a fortune for himself in tho seven ties by uncovering a nest of great customs frauds should be accredited with the honor of having made it pos Slble for Abraham Lincoln to secure bis reflection to the presidency In 1864 For some years prior to tho outbreak of the Civil war said Mr Jayne who la now almost eighty years of ago tarry Vanderbilt held responsible position in ho Ports mouth Now Hampshire navy yard but when Salmon P Chase became Lincolns fret secretary of the treas ury Mr Vanderbilt went to that department as appointment clerk re- mainIng there for more than ten years or until the middle of Grants administration It was during Lin colns first administration that dr Vanderbllts ability as a trusted po IIUcal worker was discovered and proved on rev ral occasions by the party chiefs It Is well known that following Lincolns renomlnatlon the party leaders in charge of the campaign greatly feared that Mr Lincoln wouH fail of reelection on account of the inability of the national committee to obtain funds sufficient to carry o a thorough and aggressive campaign It was at a very anxious period of the war The draIn on the resources ot the nation had boon exhausting and BO immediate relief was In sight Taxation had reached what appeared to bo tbo limit of safety and all de sands for money for political pur poses were mot by sullenness or ab solute refusal The national committee seemed to be powerless to fad a way out of the uncompromising situation Its chair man hoary J Raymond the distin guished newspaper editor was not an adept In the art of raising campaign funds and ho had a profound distaste for ordinary political methods of get ting money for campaign purposes I in Illustrated by the Impulsive Manner In Which the Boil Bought Some Property He Wanted to Add to Country Estate When William M Tweed who is no orlous in the history of American graft as Does Tweed was at the height of his power In New York city when In other words the metropolis of the New World practically ate out of his band hd lived the greater part of the year not In the city that he and his ring were robbing right and left but la the town of Greenwich Conn Tnere Tweed bought a farm In LEGS It Is now tbo country home of Mrs A A Anderson who Is well known throughout the country as a woman ot great philanthropy In the farm as It was when Tweed bought It there were forty acre and upon the place Tweed began at once to spend a large amount ot money The barn which he built cost 40000 a largo sum for such a building In those days and it gained national notoriety About flvo years later Tweed decided that ho would like to secure an adJoIn- Ing piece of property and add it to his country home This was a tract of twenty acres owned by the late Fred trick Mead who in his time was a prominent merchant and banker In New York city Tweed was very anx ious to obtain possession of Mr Meads acres because he felt that they would round out and complete his own place Whatever else may be said to Tweeds dishonor this must be said In his fa vorbe was a man of a good deal of artlstlo taste and had a keen eye for natural beauty What will you sell that twentyacre tract forT Tweed said to Mr Mend one day Liquid air and la oxygen are now commercial products of some Im portance A French engineer George ClaUde reports that plants for pro- ducIng liquid air now exist in several European countries and the United fltatea has one at Buffalo The chief product la oxygen usually com I pressed in cylinders The cost of liquid oxygen averages about a cent a J Gov Eo D Morgan of New York his predecessor in the national chairman ship bad collected upward of a hun dred thousand dollars to conduct Lin coins first campaign but it was es timated by the party leaders that con siderably more than double that sum would be required to reelect theIr can didates To whom should be allotted the herculean task of obtaining is Immense sum It was at this trying moment that the name of Harry Vanderbilt was suggested as that of a man who knew many prominent men In the money centers Who put forward his name Mr Vandorbllt never learned but immediately thereafter ho was asked to undertake the raising of the campaign fund and with characteristic mod esty ho replied thathe would do his bet to get together the badly needed fundsQuietly and with his mission known to only a few Mr Vanderbilt began the task of trying to raise at least two hundred thousand dollars and as much as three hundred thoQ sand dollars if possible Tho first city that ho visited as I now remember It was Boston There he made personal Lecture Beecher ForgotAbout Newspaper Accounts of the Sullivan I Ryan Prize Fight Caused the Preacher to Be Late for Engagement at Divinity School The well nigh universal Interest that was being taken In a certain event scheduled to take place In San Fran cisco on July 4 has served to remind mo ot tho lecture that great and pow BeechorI I was BO characteristic of Mr Beecbor Is the late Prof Johnson T Platt of the Yale Law school Mr Beecher was always a favorite lecturer nt Yale before tho divinity school said Professor Platt You may recall that ho delivered several Bvrlos of lectures on tho Lyman Beecher foundation named after his father and at other times be also leo tured beforo tho school Well on tho afternoon of the par titular Beecher lecture I have In mind tho hall was packed to tho doors with students and others eager to hear i hIm The hour set for the beginning of the lecture was three oclock but when It arrived there appeared no Tweeds Methods Business J I dont think I want to sell It at all was the reply Well said Tweed think It over and If you can decide upon a price let mo know Several weeks later Tweed meeting Mr Mead at tbo Greenwich railroad station its they both wore on their way to Now York city pressed the latter to put a price upon his twenty acre Tweed in fact was Insistent that Mr Mead should do so but the merchant as steadily insisted that his place was not for sale But you will sell if you can get your price wont you Tweed finally asked You will certainly soil the property for a Tweed price What do you mean by a Tweed price asked Mr Mead Why was the reply a price that i Tweed will be willing to pay Mr Mead laughed Well I would sell that twentyacre lot for 55000 he said still laughing That Is 2750 I an acre You would not be willing to pay that for it Instantly Twed turned to the eta tion agent Look here he said lend I mo pen and ink will rout At the same time be pulled out a check book opened It seized the proffered ink and pen wrote out a check for 55000 on the little shelf before the ticket agents window and banded it to the aston ished and nonplussed Mr Mead Now that I have paid you Mr Mead he said you can send me the warranty deed at your convenience A high value upon the property at that time would have been 600 an acre Today a high value upon It would probably be a thousand dollars an ac almost twothirds less an acre than Tweed paid in the heyday of his notoriety Cooyrlcht 1119 by E J Edwanta 1 I Liquid Air a Commodity Ipound The necessity ot compressing in cylinders and shipping make the price of oxygen high to consumers and use at the place of production would erect a great saving It Is pos sible to utilize liquid oxygen at the same time for three purposes re frigeration cooling and chemical en ergy Of the many actual applications of the cylinder oxygen the principal 7 r t 44 appeals to men of wealth who were of the Republican party and at last secured from them either In actual cash or pledges 8000 Next he can vassed Philadelphia where he also secured a largo sun then New York and several other cities In nono was his mission known to or even inspected by any one on whom he did not call and In this manner he at last got together a fund that totaled close on to throe hundred thousand dollars to the great delight and relief of the national committee Then having been assured by those in the secret that be bad performed a great service in behalf of the Union Mr Vanderbilt went back to his duties as appointment clerk in the treasury de partmentJust Mr Vanderbilt induced the men he visited to contribute to the campaign fund no one ever knew exactly added Mr Jayne All any one ever learned from him was that be made personal appeals He never boasted about the Important part ho played in making possible the reflec Uon of Abraham Lincoln I am one of the very few men with whom Harry Vanderbilt ever talked about this feat of his and I am certain that I am tbo only one now living who knows personally that It wash who raised the Lincoln campaign fund of 1864 Copyright U10 by E J Edwards st Henry Ward Boecber to the mild surprise of the professors In charge for hitherto Mr Beecher had never been tardy In appearing in the hall But when It got to be nearly half after three and still no Beecher the sur prise and consternation were great and after a hasty consultation a professor was sent to the hotel where Mr Beecher usually stopped to get trace of the missing lecturer if pos BIble Yes Mr B echer was stopping at tho hotel tho clerk Informed tho pro lessor who thereupon hastened to Mr Bccchcrs nom knocked upon the door and was told to come In which ho did at once But before bo could frame even a how do you do Mr Bccchcr spying him let outan astonished I declare followed It up by hastily pulling out his watch and looking at It and exclaiming In die may Why Its going to tour and you have boon waIting for me all this time at the divinity school Ho grabbed for his bat Then as ho was reaching for his overcoat he turned On the professor with a quaint smile Ob well ho said 1 might as well make a full confession When I left my home in Brooklyn this morn ing I bought copies of two or three morning newspapers There was something in them that Interested me greatly and I Intended to read all about it on my ray to this city put after I got seated in tho train a friend came along I shared my seat with him and be talked to me all the way here so that I did not have an opportunity to read my papers Dut as soon as I got to the hotel I saw that I would have an hour of leisure before the lecture began so I slipped sip here and began readIngand do you know I found the reports of tho event so graphlo that I actually forgot all about the lecture Its in the AngloSaxon blood to be Interested In such an event doctor I was reading about the Sulllvan Ryan fight which took MississippiForlooked the professor of divinity squarely in the eye Then ho reached over and dug that gentleman In the ribs And now that I have made my confession ho said laughing Im go wouldberead the report of that battle wltB bare knuckles this morning before you went to the divinity school Well Mr Beecher replied the professor I might as well confess too I did get up a little earlier than frontdoorcome so I actually waited at the door until the boy brought It Then I sat down and read the report of the fight before breakfast Mr Beecher beamed on his com panion In wickedness Come he said and linked arms with the other And that shameless professor afterwards told mo that the lecture which Mr Beecher delivered a little later was the best he ever hoard that gifted orator make on any platform Copyright 1910 by R j Edward Luck is something wo blame when we fail and deny when we succeed ones seem to be In metallurgy for welding and cutting metals by the oxyhydrogen or pxyacotyleno flame and It Is also used in producing fused quartz vessels For medical purposes oxygen must be of special purity Talking Shop Criminal Lawyer with the gout grlmllye doubtless violated some lar of nature doctor Eminent Physician a student oi psychology Ahl Then well simply prove an alibi and thereby effect e cure t 0 Nature of Divine- Forgiveness By RileyDetroit 1 have blotted out ai a thick cloud thy transgression and aa a cloud l- h111baftz Our best approach to this subject is by way of inquiry into the results of sin There are two penalties attached to sinthe outward and the Inward One looks to the external conse quences the other points rto tho In ward feelings and affections One refers to the visible punishment the pain and suffering that Is felt the other has to do with the guilty con science the closed heart of God and the separation from him External penalty embraces all the evil consequences that are left behind and make themselveo felt in the life Internal or subjective penalty Is the alienation of Gods affection a disturbance of the personal relation between God and man God Is grieved and right oously angry with sin and he wIth- draws his approval Now forgiveness Is the restoration of this broken personal relation We are apt to fall Into mistaken notions regarding the consequences of sin and to grieve more over the punishment than over tho lack of Gods approval Yet tho worst penalty of sin is to be separated from God by our own sinful desires and actions To booutof harmony with God is really the death of deaths To be an agent in the reversion of the moral order of the universe is to be against God and to be separated from him This is a terrible status as between Creator anti created Yet It surely fol lows sin Your sins have separated between you and your God Children have keener eyes and truer hearts than we have What Is it that makes the childs face fall and the tears come to the eyes Is It the fear of punishment or tho look of trouble In the fathers face The child sees tho real penalty dreads the fathers closed heart The slave would fear the rod alone tho child dreads the unhappy relation with his father counts n moments chastisement small beside an Indefinite period of offended withdrawn love The out ward consequences of sin may be terrible but It Is worse to have n heart in which no trace of tho Divine ape proval can be found Recall also the danger both for this life and the life to come of alienation from God The Internal penalty la the worst Now which of these penalties does forgiveness do away with Not the external for tho sufferings in most cases remain David was forgiven but that did not exempt him from pun- Ishment Whatsoever a man sowcth that shall be also reap He will reap it In his memory in his con science In his weakness of wilt often In his worldly position in his reputa tion sometimes In his health and in many other ways To say that God cannot remove these consequences Btatement1Withoutmoves the penal consequences of sin But while such remission may accom pany forgiveness It Is not at all an essential clement therein Forgiveness is tho undisturbed communication of tho love of God to sinful men It restores the offender to his former po sition of acceptance and favor Legal pardon contains but a poor analogy to this inward experience The civil magistrate may grant a pardon but not forgiveness Ho Is not required to exercise a personal rela tion with an offender The Bible In no Instance uses legal analogy In speaking of the Divine forgiveness It cannot be the mere remission of the penal results of sin Deeper than that wo must look What again Is the real penalty As we have rea soned It is the closing of the heart Then the real forgiveness Is taking the wanderer back again to the heart In ether words it Is a fathers forgiveness Your heavenly father will forgive you your trespasses In all the passages of Scripture that treat of forgiveness It la either spoken of as the Fathers forgiveness or If these words are not used then the fact for which fatherhood stands namely the love of God Is cmpha sized Now a father closes his heart against and sternly holds an offend- Ing child aloof waiting for an expres sion of sorrow Lost without the fa thers love and earnestly desiring to regain it the child expresses sorrow Forgiveness Is complete when tho fa ther says Come you are my child again But It one trace of disap proval remains or one fragment of the fault stands like the timbers of a dam to block the stream the child Is not forgiven lies forgiven when the last thin film of mist between him and his father has faded away And the Heavenly Father seals his pardon to us when he declares I have blotted out llkea thick cloud thy sins ID tho parable ot the prodigal son wt read And ho foil on his neck and kissed him Forgiveness Is tho open heart of God receiving the returning prodigal Soul Shining Tho pure in soul shall see the splendors of the divine In this life as well as In tho future life Each one of us by shining within can help to make this world a river of light which shall Illumine all dark places and condi Lions There is a candle In every soul but it must be lighted by our Heaven ly Father in order to glow with a brilliant flame Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your Father which is in heaven 1835 Berea College m FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students frott 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like kimself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will YouEnter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free teal books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Form Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The moat practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for on honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eves a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses witM use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Slngingfree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moaeymaking institution All the money re calved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School spends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays la This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea Inorder that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sIck the College provides doctor and nurse wIthout extra charge AH except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train fag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex ponies Writs to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and 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 136 a week lathe fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tog of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a termG in AcadCmy and Normal and 700 in Colic giate 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 College Incidental Fee 500 f 600 700 Room 660 660 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 I I Amount due Sept 14 1910 0 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 3060 3160 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER Incidental Fee 600 600 700 Room 600 600 8Q0 Board 6 weeks 900 90P 909 Amount due Jan 41911 1l 2000 2101 220 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 90JI 909 101 Total for terra 2900 3000 3100- It paid In advance 2850 2950 I30C SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 400BoardI Amount due March 29 1911 1675 1675 1775 Board for 6 weeks due May 3 1911 675 675 675 ITotal for term 2350 2350 2460 If paid In advance 2300 2300 f4JO X REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion of a week On board refund in fulL I On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term win re ceive a certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the ttafr tent in person or a brother or sister If presented within tour term A The first day of Fall term is September 14 1910 a The first day of Winter term is January 4 1911 The tint day of Spring term Is March 29 1911 ftor Information or friendly advice wrtto to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE- r BEREA KENTUCKY t rs K 0 + r edCossShoe I bends with your foot Does this look like a comfort I 1 shoe f r 1 t Yet hundreds of women say I I I never knew such comfort Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 S I E F COYLEYou pay lessor get more JBerea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES DR BEST DENTIST dry PHONE 183 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices J S Gott Depot Street Bessie Maulden who is sick with typhoid fever In the hospital Is Im proving Mr Henry Combs and wife left Saturday for a visit with relatives In Jackson County Miss Lillle Chrisman of Combs was the guest of her sister Mrs W U Best Saturday and Sunday Mr John Spence has been visiting here at the home of his brother lIr- E M Spence for the past weekIMr H R Howell was In Richmond SaturdayProf and Mrs L V Dodge left Tuesday for a two weeks visit with relatives In eastern Tennessee Mrs E M Spence is visiting thisI week with her daughters at Speedwell and Richmond Mr D O Bowman who has typhoid Is doing very nicely and expects to be out soon Miss Abble S Merrow who hasI been spending her vacation In NewI Jersey returned to Berea last week Mr Howard of Bell County was InJ town last week on business Miss Hallle Hill who works with a Telephone Company at Cumberland Gap Tenn Is at home for a vaca tionMr and Mrs Oscar Hayes are rejoicing over the arrival of a son at their home last week Miss Esther Favlllo and mother of I Norfolk Va were the guests of Prof and Mrs C D Lewis and MrsI Lydia Whyland last week FARM FOR SALE acres 25 acres in woodland 25 in cultivation IPriceor write W J Blanton Berea KtMr John Gabbard In company with Mrs Gabbard and B H Gabbard whof were called to New Mexico last week on account of his illness returned homo Sunday nighttMr and Mrs David Fowler and children left last week for Station Camp for an extended visit withi1 relatives there Mr Urmston Lewis who has beent taking a course in Pharmacy at HIIJ1f land Park College Des Moines Iowa has returned to Berea aud has ac cepted a as in Ther Porter Drug ColMrs C P Dick and Mrs L N Dick mother and aunt of Geo O Dick from Hamilton Ohio have bucnI spending n few days with Mr Dick and family They returned home SaturdayMiss of Lexington Is vla Ring Prof and Mrs Dodgo this week Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand dont forget the chinaware at iIQIC 1 tA Io Fall Term opens Wednesday Sept 14th Get ready Mr and Mrs Geo G Dick and daughter Katherine his mother and aunt the Misses Pierson and Miss Myrna Walker took a moonlight drive to Richmond Wednesday night to meet Miss Walkers mother and sister who were returning home from a visit with relatives in Day ton Ky Excursion Rates to London Fair Aug 23 to 2G Ticket good to return till Aug 28th Faro 14G I Mrs Charley Hanson entertained Saturday night In honor of Miss Anna Hanson who Is now at home on her vacation Miss Hanson Is a teacher of Art In Lincoln Neb The guests were Miss Hilda Welch Messrs Bur rett Fee Charley Barton Lester Hill and Jack Warrington Mr Burrett Fee of Clarksburg Intl is visiting at the home of S G Han j sonMr Fay Hanson formerly ot Berea is sick with typhoid fever at Lon donTreasurer and Mrs Osborne are attending the golden wedding of Mrs Osbornes father and mother at Say brook Ohio Rev Mr Stevenson and Mrs T S Burnam spent Monday looking over Berea Mrs tBurnams husband is I one of Bereas trustees On Aug 2Gth a special train will leave Berea for London at 724 a m and returning leave London at 415 p mMr and Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Geo G Dick and Mr Dicks mother and aunt the Misses Pierson and Miss Myrna Walker took a trip to Brush Creek caves last Tuesday returning home by way of Big Hill Mr Horace Jones of BIrmingham- Is visiting at the home of S G Hanson Mrs Frost Cleveland and Edith irrived Tuesday noon President Frost nrlll remain in the East for sometime jn business Prof Robertson whose letters wo lave been publishing came in from trip through the Virginias and to Washington last Thursday Sec and Mrs Gamble kayo returned from Chautauqua Mr W H Whitlock of Illinois nine several days ago to watt for the opening of school He expects 0 enter the college department Jesse Murrel returned Monday Iron short vacation Word comes from Mr Taylor that Irs Taylor is still improving and bat he expects to be back by the or second day of September Mrs Pierson and daughters Mae nd Elvero who have been visiting Ir and Mrs Roberts for the last en days returned to their home at It Charles 111 Tuesday Mrs Richard Thatcker of Hamilton Ohio and mother Mrs Lain of Be ea were the guests of Mr and Mra I A Logsdon of Panola last week Miss Laura Duncan returned recently from an extended visit with her rother Will In Ohio Prof Matheny Is moving into the house occupied last year by Regent Ems Mr C C Rhodus has left town for a few days to attend the London fair MRS EARLYS I FLY TORMENT HOW TO PREVENT IT that are bitten and pestered all day by Cows cant do their best You know that as as we do no wonder the milk yield falls off during the summer How can horses work or travel when they are continually kicking and switching at flies and mos quitoesHow can feeding stock thrive when they do not have a quiet minute during the day Let us furnish you a preventative Doesnt cost much 25 cents will buy 2 12 gallon of fin ished spray 40 cents buys 5 gallons Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Mr George Faulkner who has been for some time a typesetter in The Citizen office left Tuesday JOT Irvine where he will work for a while The temporary offices of The Lin coln Institute of Kentucky are now located in the rooms over the Berea Bank and Trust Co Read the announcement in another column of tho big Sunday School Con vention in Berea Saturday Special train from Richmond and other points Basket dinner and fine speechesLet lend a band to make the convention a great success Dr A F Cornelius of Hyden arrived In Berea yesterday Mr J A McDermott of Barbour vllle representing tho Barbourvllle Brick Manufacturing Co was in Bo rea Wednesday Ho was a pleasant caller at The Citizen office Miss Grace Cornelius returned this week from quite an extensive visit with friends in Clalrfleld Tcnn During her absence she also visited her brother Dr A F Cornelius at Hy den Ky and spent a week at n pleasant house party In Manchester The Rev P N Taylor of Barbour vlllo has moved to Berea to tend Mi children to school He occupies the house of E C Holllday on Center Street Prof C D Lewis Is at McKee thin week as the Instructor of the Jackson County Institute- C H Burdette Is spending a few days In Illinois this week Prof Jas R Robertson will preach at tho Union Chruch Sunday morning Miss Gladys Johnson of Barbour vlllo is on a two weeks visit with her sister Mrs J IV Faulkner Mrs J C Coyle who was called to Indiana by the Illness ot a sister is expected home this week U S Mayors Is now comfortably located in his new homo in the west end of town Mrs S R Baker left Tuesday for Cincinnati to attend the Ohio Valley Exposition and incidentally to lay In her fall stock of goods She ex pects to be gone a week or ten days Mr and Mrs W H Bower are re joicing over the arrival of a fine girl Monday night tt FLOURT trCREAM F 4 T ECONOMY JARS Jt AT f vj T r l Phone WALTER ENGLE BercaKY1 A Dr Williams will movo his family to Richmond this week v Mrs W C Hunt who has been nc companying her husband in extension work arrived homo Monday Mr Clare Canfield is spending his vacation with friends in Ohio Ho made tho trip to Ohio on his motor cycleA joint meeting ot tho C E societies will be held at the Congrega tional Church Sunday evening at ClB Mrs Faulkner ot the Congregational Society will preside A paper will bo SOIelctlcsSUNDAY SCHQQUONVENTION Madison County S S The annual convention of the Sun day Schools of Madison County will bo held at the Berea College Chapel on Saturday the 27th The exercises begin at 9 a m and continuo dur ing tho day A good program has been provided There will be plenty of good music speakers from Rich mond Bores Lexington and Roanoke Alabama The State Secretary of tho Sunday School Association Rev Goo A Joplin from Louts vlllo will be here Let every one give up the day to tho Sunday School and have a pleasant and profitable time Bring basket dinner and bo ready to entertain a guest at dinner If neces saryA special train bringing people from Rodhouso Richmond and other points along tho way will arrho at 830 a m leaving Berea at 430 p m TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Teachers Association Educatlonil Division No3 Bcrca Christian church Saturday Sept 3 1910 I ProgramDevotional Exercises Rev Wllks lusJc Welcome AddressRev Watson Response Supt Noland Music Address Prof Coats Consolidation of Common Schools lrs1 K Flanery Teachers Influence In the Com munity Mrs Mattie VanWlnkle and Miss Ruby Smith My First Experience In Teaching Miss Mary Tatum and Kato Logsdoa Address Prof Chas Lewis What the Common School means for our County Mra A E VanWlni lo and Miss Etta Moore Noon Basket Dinner Music Educational Values In Geography Mrs Sallie Blcknell and Miss Mlnnlo LakeAddressProt T A Edwards Common School Diplomas Mlsa Kt ta Gay Bereas Need of a Graded School W HI Porter- AddressProf J A Sharon Miss M Adeline Fox Vice Pres Mrs L K Flanery Secretary HOMEWARD BOUND Continued from Viral rage ever Their children look just like ny other Americans And it Is Interesting to find so many of these foreign born Americans now fast friends of Temperance From all parts of the United States hey tell the one story of towns and counties going dry And all of them tell with prido of how their children are going to Eldean Patent Flour 70c 1 1 a bag cash a- tWJTatums f Fresh Groceries it North Cor Maint e IBerea eatuslcy RCAT SCOTT CArh You SEE IT NoW z rl TIM ro BUY YOUR COAL IIfyou want to secure the low price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at orc- rHolliday fib Co Phone 1 69 and 7 1 Berea Ky school and college and advancing ineducationOf there are sad histories among such a crowd There aro two young women coming to America to be actresses they seem to bo girls who might have done something more worthy And hero Is a woman lout of all her family stricken with con sumption and flying to Colorado In the hole of delaying the handot deathOne other Kentuckian haa appear ed a young lawyer with family connections In Richmond anda gradu ate of the defunct college there Wo wish moro Kentuckians could travel and see the progress and foci tho sentiment of the great Christian world It lots certainly cheered And encouraged us Wo expect to land Friday morning and that Mrs Frost Cleveland ind Edith will spend Sunday in Washing ton nnd then start for Bcrca After visiting trustees and friends In the East I hope to see Berea about Sept 1 and to greet our great army of teachers and students at opening of Fall Term Sept H With love and good wishes to all- Faithfully yours Wm O Frost FOR SALE OR RENT Two of the most deslrablo residence properties In Berea Situated on Chest nut Street with cement walks Onus six room house with cistern andScellar One a nine room house cistern and largo collar Room for garden or chickens For terms apply to Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Derea Ky r v For Good Clothing Mens Womens and Childrens Shoesir Mens WomensandChildrens Furnishings BUY FROM ri L s 4 RHODUS C HAYES MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY I x Q f r y 113 1II1i r1 411 Have You Tried It 7 thedrugIf not we urge you to do so before troubles have obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive themoutEven now it may be nearly too late But try It any helpedIntried In vain Why should It do the same for you Take CARDUI J45The Womans Tonic gravetodaywrites KyNothing had taken Cardui had sent for the doctor when I thought of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had taken four doses she became all right I often recommend Cardui to my friends Your druggist sells Cardul with full instructions for use on the bottle Write to Ladles Adrlsory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcna for Special Iiutntcttoiu and C4page book Home Treatment lor Women tent free MRS DINSMORE WRITES Continued from ant page Bayflold three miles directly across on tho mainland but wo kayo some neighbors not moro than a quarter of a mile away Tho most exciting event of tho day j ti going to tho postofdco down at tho village of Lalolnte a mile 1T taut Tho presiding genius of dlsII office is a cannny Scotch woman has taken mo into her affections be i causo of my ancestry and we aro already Intimate friends She told tno that while sho kenned well my namo sho always thought of mo us Maggie Campbell and alter that I could javo refused no request of hers The other day slur confided to me the story of her life and If tan McLaren had willed tuo his lit erary ability I could have rivaled Beside tho Bonny Brjer Bush This old friend it grieves mo to state has departed from the teaching of her forefathers for sho thinks that most ministers aro hypocrites and while not required by law to do so Keeps the postortlco open on Sab bath in order that tho may sell ice cream and soft drinks The only serious drawback to Ma deline Island Is the scarcity of food Almost no rain has fallen this sea son so gardens are a failure and milk is all wo can buy Bay field Is uur base of supplies and It Is a novttf experience to go marketing by ferry By so doing Ive discovered a dlstaut relative of my mother who keeps a very good grocery Mr Dlnsmoro spends most of his uparo time down on our dock trying r 1 Made by not I I FLOUR ZIo to Inveigle flak from the lake has surprised us all by his Inge nutty which has furnished us many a good breakfast Melissa Ballard io quite as ardent a fisherman and la storing up wondreful stories to ro late to her friends Her chief am bition Is Io take homo with her a gulls wing but In thIs wo fear sho IfIshehopes that tho Berea people who havo an artlflcal lako In mind will soon get to work Sho is constantly ro minded of John on tho Isle of Pot mos and the gorgeous sunsets ap splendorito give us a glimpse of tho glory of tho Heavenly City Last week wo took an all day trip on tho Barker a boat that goes out to gather up the spoils of fishermen and serves a most delicious fish dinner Wo cruised about among tho Apostlo Islands and were to delighted with all wo saw that wo are tempted to take this ride every dayThere aro many Indians on tho Is lands hnlf breeds who aro supported by tho Government and as a con sequence are lazy and wlthbut am bitionTho rest and quiet and bracing air wo find most refreshing to weary brains and bodies and next month wo hope to go back to the work no dear to both of us with renewed strength and enthusiasm With kind regards for nil friends Sincerely yours Margaret Campbell DInsmore YOU KNEAD THE DOUGH made with our flour about half as long as you take with ordinary brands Thats a saving of labor It takes much 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 MILLSBerea ANDREW ISAACS Prop I IN OLD FERGINNY Second Letter of Prof Robertson from RichmondAmong Old Books and Papers Kentuckians and Their Petitions InterestlngNames Found Thereon and What They Show Richmond ya Aug 6 1910 Editor of The Citizen A second letter comes to you from Richmond where there baa been to much to claim my attention that it has been impossible to get farther as yet Only the spare moments can now be spent In exploring tho city and Its surroundings My days aro mostly spent in the room at tho top of tho Library building whero old Vapors and books are piled up and whero tho precious archives are kept My window looks out upon tho beauty ful Stato house grounds thero is a cool breeze blowing from the sea and 1 am happy turning over old musty and weatherstained papers Tho object of my visit to Richmond was to learn something about tho early beginnings of Kentucky Every one knows that the student of western history must come to Virginia for tho starting point Virginia to a greater extent than any other of tho colonies appreciated the value of tho western country Through Virginia largely camo tho movement of population that settled Kentucky It has been my fortune to find some very valuable records which are not much known and on them my attention is centered Before 1790 while Kentucky was still a county of Virginia tho settlers wero accustomed to make their wants known by an exercise of the right of petition This Is one of the inalienable rights of a free people nnd our forefathers in Kentucky used it to the limit It Is extremely fortunate they did because to tho ctudent of today their petitions aro invaluable in a reconstruction of tho early times From them we learn all sorts cf things Tho early Kcntucklans for example were tho originators of the policy of conservation of resources for in 1777 they complain that tho In Individuals who own land containing salt springs do not work them and suggest that tho government should mako them public property But tho dignified House of Delegates rejected tho proposition- It is interesting to read in these petitions tho movement to establish towns and to divide counties as tho population increased There are many requests for the establishment of ferries and inspectors of tobacco We learn that tobacco was tho standard for commercial transactions and taxes were paid in that commodity There pro appeals for aid against the lu dlan Incursions Thero is much com plaint about tho encroachment of land cpoculatora Thero aro many requests for help on the part of settlers who have lost their land by failure to conform to the laws passed by tho Houso of Delegates either because of Ignorance or because tho strenuous conflict with the Indians mado it impossible to conform Several pets tlons deal with escheated lands which by law should go for schools A glimpse of the old time customs is found in the request of the trustoos of Transylvania Seminary to permit them to havo a lottery for the raid Ing of necessary funds Ono man bringing slaves to Kentucky neglected to lako the oath required by law and ho petitions for the right to hold his property Lon petitions go to tho Houso of Dele gates for and against tho creation of a separate state In fact on mauy subjects there are counterpetition Ono petition has 734 names Of especial valuo to students of Ken tucky aro tho lists of names which theso petitions furnish From these it is possible to construct a fairly I large and a representative census the pioneer builders of Kentucky ctj InIstructlvethat the early settlers were an edu cated people Some of tho signatures aro full of character and strong while many of them are very beautiful examples of penmanship It is true tho names aro spelled In all sorts of variation but in going carefully over such lists it Is possible to Indentify the family in spite of Its different garb Of particular Interest however is I tho light which such a list of names throws on the racial composition of our early population The ScotchIrish clement is seen In such names as tho McDowells the McClungs tho McNabbs McClures and many more rho Dutch and German clement is seen in the Van Meters the Van Cloves tho Steins Pretzels and Troutmans Whllo the English element seems to predominate and may be seen in such names aa the Chealh ams the Cradelpaughs Mcrlweathers Madisons Hathaways Osborncs etc Among the names are to be found some distinguished ones such as Knox Cromwell Bunyan and Spur goon and soma quaint ones euch us Goodnight The number of English names Increases as the years pass to 1790 Many Bible names then ap pear on tho list evidence perhaps of the Puritan and dissenting char acter of much of the population- In reading the list over It seems al most like a roll call of tho population of Berea and many other communities I suppose Wo find there names long connected with Borea such as Bur lotto Stevens Ogg Chrlsman Rob inson Maupin Thompson Wright Elder Rawlings Davis and many moro that might be mentioned- I suppose to an older resident of Kentucky it would be possible to distinguish between tho families who have taken a prominent part fn tho affairs of tho Commonwealth and those who havo not but to a new comer they are Just names and the same name may designate the in habitant of a mountain cabin or the owner of a city mansion or bluegrass farm In fact the suspicion is rapidly growing upon tho writer from a stu dy of these names and their recurrence In various sections of Virginia and Kentucky that in origin our population Is pretty much the same but that opportunity has brought ad vancoment moro rapidly among some than others- Another set of papers of equally great interest and Importance aro the records of Gee Rogers Clark Thero Is much of general interest in these papers but hero again it is the names that havo attracted mo Pay rolls of tho companies that wero formed from the Kentucky settlers from 1778 to 1783 are here It seems al most like a draft en masse of tho population I havo Just read the list that went into the battle of Blue Licks in 1782 an account of the battle In a letter of Daniel Boone to Gov Harrison and a claim for tho property lost by the settlers In tho battle It surely makes It very real Another list Is the company of Simon Kenton It will be the work of four or five days Just to copy the names but it is a list to be pre served and framed in gold In these sets of papers there aro many other things of interest There is for example a sketch map of the settled section of Kentucky in 1782 mode by Mr Johnson a surveyor There is a petition asking for the site of Lexington In 1781 with a ImprovementsIl t We are spending 40000 in grading and building Hillside avenue from Prospect street for onequarter of a mile through the Prospect i Addition Although this property is only one block from Boone Tavern and the College Campus and in the finest neighborhood in Berea we i are offering 18 lots in this addition at 150 to 300 These lots are all r 65 five feet wide and range in depth from 153 to 187 feet all well drained Prices are to be advanced 20 percent 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 it prices are the greatest bargains ever offered in Berea Terms 10 percent cash balance 10 per month without interest or taxes or on such terms as T suits purchaser Dont delay act at once Write for printed matter about property free of cost i rYPORTERHOWELL CO J BEREA KENTUCKY I C I O Announcement Subscriptions are now being received for stock in the United States Savings Bank which will be established in Berea The proposed capital of the Bank is 50000 The price of each share of stock is roooa 1 price that will enable people of moderate as well k as large means to become stockholders Seldom have the people of Madison CountyI I and Eastern Kentucky been offered such a sound Highgrade investmentan investment that af fords both unquestioned safety and a substantial return Applications for stock and all inquiries should be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea Kentuckya i Some of the men who will act as Directors upon approval of the stockholders of the Bank areE F Coyle J R Hayes H R Howell G E Porter A W Stewart R H Chrisman Andrew Isaacs W H Porter J K Baker United States Savings Bank Berea Ky sketch of the proposed town and tho adjoining settlements There Is a lint of the men who constructed the fort and the wages paid at the rate of 50 a day There are accounts of pro duco bought for tho armies from the merchants with the range of the prices then prevailing There aro drafts for payment of troops and orders for various kinds pertaining to the conduct of affairs In tho revolution ary period- It can readily be seen from this brief account that this is historical material of the greatest value It ought to bo published In full The Virginia peoplo would bo glad to do so but are hampered at present from lack of funds Is there not some one of means In Kentucky who would undertake this for the honor of tho fine old Commonwealth and by doing so benefit every student of western history even to the shores of tho Pacific Ocean1 James R Robertson MORE BREAKERS Continued from Pint rage The free silver clamor was for the creation of something out of noth Ingthe fiat scheme of production in the interest of the people The watchword of tho Insurgents is con servation of the peoples resources tho carrying out of the popular pro gram of the Roosevelt AdmInistra- tion Roosevelt Not Committed And the Insurgents claim Roosevelt But he has so far refused to declare himself for either party In the strife Ho Is the warm friend of tho Presi dent The President was one of his best cabinet officers and ablest ad vIsors Mr Taft In fact was Roose velts choice as his successor Mr Roosevelt then would help the Taft Administration steer clear of all breakers He would thoroly study tho situation before declaring himself Roosevelt the Only Hope That he has done and thero is nothing standing out so clear in the political history of the last three months as that the only hope of reconciliation between the two factions of the Republican party Is thru Mr Roosevelt But now that hope seems blasted Mr Roosevelt has not pushed him self upon anybody or any party Ho has been interviewed and importuned by everybody and by both parties and there has been but one thing manifest from what ho has said and donethat ho would not give him self or lend himself to any person or party or faction that would in any way compromlso his relations either with the peoplo or with the AdministrationTrapped and Turned Down And it comes about that ho is asked if he will allow his namo to be suggested for tho temporary chairmanship of the Now York State Re publican Convention He replies that he will if they are sure after know- Ing his attitude that they want him Ills name Is presented to tho com mittee and tho old guard prompt ly get busy and promptly turn him downturn him down for VlcePres Sherman the embodiment of all that the Regulars or Standpatters stand for Forced Into Insurgents Camp So Mr Roosevelt Is forced into the camp of the Insurgents and tho Admlnsltratlon is deprived of tho only power that could have diverted factional disaster The Regulars controlled in Ohio and that in all probability means that Ohio Is lost to tho Republican column this Fap Tho Regulars will control In New York and that will mean the loss of New York and the possible loss of a Republican majority in Congress for tho last two years of the Taft Administration and that spells nothing more nor less than disaster the usual result of home swapping In the middle of a stream Prophecy But what of 191211Ir Roosevelt when asked to say what he proposes to do replies that ho will take no part in the New York campaign Ask ed as to his position on national affairs ho says Walt for my speeches on my Western trip And we shall not have to watt long for his Western Journey on which he is to make fourteen speeches began Tuesday What of 1912 If the C 8 A crowd refuses to get out and aro determined to rule or ruin if they continue to dominate the Taft Administration and wreck it as they seem likely now to do then Roosevelt in 1912 What better fortune could await the nation Insurgency is not going to die for it Is of the people and Roosevelt Is for the people Let Us Hear Him But let us hear his speeches and pray for a better fate for the Taft Administration than seems impend- Ing MORGAN COUNTY LETTER What energy and Interest Can Do InSS Work West Liberty Ky Aug 14 10 Dear Editor- I am Just reminded that I promised myself to write Tho Citizen a let ter this summer My work on the farm this year has been pretty largely keeping in out of the rain Some times I think the driest placo we havo is in the creek But after all tho sun did come out and I can now boast of a good set of muscles and a nice brown skinI planned with Mr Ward the teacher to organize a Sunday school here Just as soon as the Public school opened We were very fortunate in having the Invaluable services of Mr S W Boggs We advertised our meeting by putting out posters and telling the school children Many wero Incredulous saying It was next to Impossible It Is a commun ity whero years ago there had been a Sunday school and regular church services held but Interest had waned the house was poor and most every one felt that it was no use to try longer Wo were optimistic however and held our meeting with an at tendance of about sixty To our sur prim as well as delight everyone was anxious for a Sunday School and a contribution to buy literature was taken up amounting to 276 We have three classes and need another badly I had the good fortune to be chosen as teacher of a class of twentysix beginners or pri mary pupils The house is so small and stuffy that I take my lltle flock out into the shado and tell them of how Jesus stopped to bless little children two thousand years ago Our attendance has run up to seven tyfive the awakening has Just be gun and I am planning now to have a Sunday School PIcnic and also a Decision Day before I leave for BereaSincerely yours for Christian ser vice in a humble sphere H Ia Henry The Citizen family newspaper for ell that la rlial true and Interesting Fvbuthed every Thursday at Bun Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Ratesr rAYABUt IN ADVANCE One year f1 Meta Momtht Three Months ss Bend money b roitoSicc or Biprtu Money Order Registered letter ar one and two Mat tIpsThe dte name am libel how to- what 4110 anertour is paid It It la sot hiBftd wilhU tbrce wctka slur renewal m Ufy al- KIaaIrJ nuaben will be gladly supplied If we ere sobbed vine premium cheap with new ntocrlptinni MM prompt nnewali Bend for Premium IAn Liberal urns flvem to say who obtalo sew for ua one ndlnr ui four wearly wlacrlptlonacanreclneTheCttientry IrY1mac1I for one Advertising rates on application MKUBKK OF KBWXOCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Just bottle up your weather groucc and strike a temperature average for the year on the 31st day of next De cember It may soon podaibletelephone i to England from the United States Very well but how about getting mon Aeythat way Still there Is an abiding of optimis tic faith that it will prove easier to dodge an aeroplane than an automobile or motorcycle i It would eeera that more people are giving their lives to tho perfection of the aeroplane than to any former scientific achievement In twentyseven years the Kimber ley diamond mines have yielded 420 000000 worth of diamonds Still our western cornfields do a lot better than that j Tho man who Is earning his own liv ing In these days however mildly ho may be going about It Is truly enough earning his bread by the sweat of his brow ilraoroJs males who are frightened at tho way womeu are Invading mens occupations should take heart at the success some achieve In trimming hats Going down to the sea In ships was the ancient Idea of peril But It was common place safety beside going up in the air In the most modern style of ships Ten or fifteen deaths among the comparatively few aeronauts anti avia lore in the last few months are not only depleting their ranks but showing up air flights as mighty dangerous pastiming In printing the new passenger tickets to be used on airship lines care should be taken to have It specified that stopover privileges may be had 1 when necessary without the signature of the conductor Counterfeit buttermilk Is being sold In some of the drug stores in the east and the health authorities say it is very dangerous Will It never be pos sible to get a good thing that the coua lettellers cant counterfeit Farmers after experiment report that the cows yield their milk better when the phonograph is kept going in the barn at milking time This seems to offer a grand scheme of relief In the form of moving all the phonographs to all the cow barns The oii burning torpedo boat de ttroyer Roe reached a speed of 31 knots an hour in a test oft the Dela ware breakwater although the contract requirement was only 28 knots and is now acknowledged to be the fastest exclusively oilburning torpedo boat destroyer in the United States navy The American shipbuilder has the reputation of cultivating a margin of safety and turning out boats which exceed the maximum requirements of contracts When the automobile collides with the locomotive it is seldom that the 4 latter has to go to the repair shop The work of a contributing editor Is sometimes made difficult by the friends who insist on coming around during office hours to talk politics and tell hunting stories Having all the news about the hot spell that was fit to print and some that was not news it seems that we might have a lltle cool weather for variety in the news columns After planning your Christmas shop ping better figure on how sanely you are going to spend the next fourth The prize cow at the Missouri agri cultural college produces 110 pounds of milk a day But with our cook on the job there wouldnt be a half ounce of cream In It If the analysis of hokypoky Is con rect we are unable to understand how the flies that gather upon the cones manage to stay so long without oIMI- tInJ to be ovsjcomr AUTO BURNS AND- CREMATES FOUR ENTIRE FAMILY MAY BE WIPED OUT A3 RESULT OF GAS TANK ON MACHINE EXPLODING CAUSE OF ACCIDENT UNKNOWN Father and Son Were Thrown Some Distance Away But Mother and Three Daughters Were Caught Under Wreckage Plttsburg PaA mother and her threo daughters were cremated when an automobile driven by tho father was blown to fragments in an explosion of a 20 gallon tank of gasoline on tho rear of tho machine The father William Faith a retired oil operator of Masontown Pa and Ms son William Jr were seriously Durned and may die The dead are Mrs Ellen Faith G8 rears old Catherine Faith 23 years DId Annie Faith 20 years old Ella Faith 16 years old What caused tho explosion no ono knows The injured are in such con dition that they can not talk The car is entirely wrecked and what damage was done by the force cf the explosion resulted from the flamesThe father and son were thrown some distance from the machine while tho mother and daughters were hem med in and their bodies wero burned while they were unconscious from the shock of the explosion Tho nolso of tho explosion was heard by farmers who hurried to the scene The flames at tho moment were BO hot no one could get near tho ma chine It was not until the fire was almost out that the wouldbe rescuers saw the charred forms of the mother and her three daughters lying in the road where they had fallen when the automobile collapsed FIRES AR GETTING SERIOUS Wallace Idaho Half Burned By Con flagratlon Started by Flames From the Forest Fires MIssoula Mont The forest fires in Western Montana and Idaho aro sweeping over a vast area driving hundreds of fugitives before them snuffing out the lives of scores of settlers destroying small settlements and wiping out of existence millions of dol tars worth of property The situation is serious in Wallace Idaho where it is believed that nearly half of the city wil be burned Com munlcatlon with Wallace to the west has been poslble at intervals but east ward it is entirely cut off It Is known that the entire cast half of tho town about Seventh street has been burned West of that a hard fight Is being made and with an improvement in the water supply there is more chance that tho flames may be driven back A newspaper reporter wires Thirteen lives lost property loss one million fire still threatening TEN PEOPLE INJURED Series of Accidents Marks Opening of Weeks Celebration Clinton Park N JA series ot accl dents in which ten people were Injured marked the opening of the weeks celebration of the German Volksfest here A grand stand in which 600 people were watching a bal loon ascension collapsed and nine pee pie were injured threo aco seriously that hey had to be driven to the hos pital Then the balloonist Eugene Ray mond descending in his parachute landed on top of a gas tank and sus tamed a fractured skull and cusslon of the brain nIB balloon being emptied of its gas tore oft the roof of a house in its descent The collapse ot the grand stand oc curred about C oclock The park held between 5000 and 6000 people and when the balloon ascension was an nounced as many people as possible crowded into the grand stand THIEVES TRAVELED IN AUTO Three Hold Resident of Town at Bay While Fourth Works illlllngton IllThree bandits held practically the entire population of this place at bay for an hour while a fourth robbed the office of the Milling ton Elevator Co of 75 A big touring car drove up to the of flee of the company and a few townspeople who noticed the presence of the car fearing that an accident had happened dressed hurriedly and went into the street A greeting of flying bullets sent them pelt mell back Into their homes The residents returned the fire As far as known no one was injured Dog Saves Boy Rimer Pa Elmer Klause 10 was saved from drowning In the Allegheny river near here by hie dog a large calf shepherd half Newfoundland ani mal When the animal was a puppy about three years ago tho boy saved It from being drowned by crying so hard on the river bank that the farmers boy who had been given the pup pies to drown gave the Klause child ono The boy fell into a bole in the river bed The dog swam to him and when his master caught hold of his collar ho swam to safety with him TURNS ON CANNON LONGWORTH AFTER CONFER ENCE WITH TAFT AND OTHERS MAKES STATEMENT WILL NOT VOTE FOR SPEAKER Bonln Law of Roosevelt Declares Ha Will Not Again Support Danville Man for Presiding Officer of House Beverly Mass The fight of the Republican party reorganization against Speaker Cannon was opened by Con gressman Nicholas Longworth of Ohio eon in law of exPresident Roosevelt- In a statement which he issued Thursday Mr Longworth declares that having voted for him In caucus on four different occasions he has supported Cannon for the speakershlp for the last time and that when the proper time comes namely the meet Ing of the Republican caucus at the assembling of the next congress he will oppose Uncle Joe to that position Mr Lonjrworth makes it clear that in his view harmony in the Republican ranks and party success depends upon Cannons elimination I am absolutely convinced he he says that Cannon cannot be again elected speaker The importance of the Longworth statement lies not only In the fact that the Ohio congressman a long time friend and supporter of Cannon Issued it but that it was not given to the public until after a series of con 1IRepresentative Longworth ferencea with Presldeht Taft and other leaders that have called here and that the president was acquainted with the context of the statement In advance of its publication and that VicePresident Sherman likewise was ot the contem apIprovalwith Longworth as speaker of the next house and there Is no room for disagreement touching this matter between Representative Longworth and myself said Speaker Cannon Thursday after reading a statement by Representative Long worthIf any Republican candidate for congress feels that his position on the Republican ticket would be strength ened by pledging that be will not support me in a Republican caucus I have no objection to his making the pledge Mite Born to a Farmer Duquoln A baby girl weighing one and onehalf pound and lelll than twelve Inches In length has been born to Mr and Mrs Charles Wallace who live on a farm east of town The infant Is so small that a match will hide one of her fingers while her head Is about the size of a hens egg American Gift ta Mexico City of Mexico Americans In Mex- Ico will present a 50000 peace memorial monument to the people of Mex Ico as their contribution the centen alai of independence celebration next month Oklahoma011 Fire In Tulsa Okla Approximately 1150 000 worth oC oil sad tanks in the Oklahoma fields were destroyed by fire Thursday during a heavy electrical storm according to advices received here v ii 1iIio PRESENT STATUE TO FRJMCE BRONZE IMAGE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON DEDICATED Virginia Gift to French Republic la Placed in Napoleon Hall at Versailles Versailles France With appropriate ceremonies the bronze replies of Houdons celebrated statue of George Washington was dedicated in Napoleon hall of the Chateau of Versailles In the presence of the French minister of war General Brun the French ambassador to the United States M Juieerand and his wife and the American ambassador Robert Bacon and Mrs Bacon the marquis do Lafayette the members of tho French mission which presented to America the statue of Rochambeau now at Washington and formerUnited States Senator Nathan B Scott of West Virginia General Blroo who presided spoke of tho statue as the greatest work of tho greatest French sculptor of the eighteenth century CoL James Maaa chairman of the Virginia commission delivered the speech of presentation State Senators Don P Halsey and F W King of Virginia also made ad dresses on behalf of the state of Vir giniaAmbassador Jusserand In the absence of the French minister for tor sign affairs M Pichon accepted the statue on behalf of the French govern ment He declared that the friendship of General Washington and of the Americas people constituted one of the glories of France It was therefore singularly appropriate that this statue the third erected on French soil by our ancient allle should be placed in the palace consecrated to all our glories- CALIFORNIA IS INSURGENT Hiram W Johnson Exponent of Anti Machine Doctrines Wins Guber natorlal Nomination In Primary San Francisco California la In argent In Its Republican politics Hi ram W Johnson leading exponent of anti machine doctrines has awept the field In Tuesdays primaries winning his partys nomination for governor by a plurality that will border on 60000 when all returns are In Just how great was the extent of the disaster to the stalwarts cannot be known until outlying districts have been beard from but every Indication points to a cleancut declaration by the party for Insurgency and against the political activities of the Southern Pacific railway- It is asserted that the progressives have carried to victory two new In surgent nominees for congressmen William Kent In the Second district and W IX Stephen IP the Seventh CRESCEUS TIME IS BEATEN The Harvester Trots Mlle In 202 and Makes Four New Worlds Records tiuffalo N T Sensational rac- Ing marked the secesd day of the Grand Circuit at the Fort Erie track Several worlds records were made In the final heat of the 207 trot when The Harvester driven by Ed Geer covered the mile In 203 cutting a quarter ot a second from the worlds record held by Crescous for nine years The 202 mile also gives The Harvester a worlds record for five yearold trotters a worlds third heat record stallloas mares or geldings a worlds record for stallions The track horsemen said was two ruin ntes slow Big Dam Near Completion WahlngtonJThe earthwork on the big Belle Fourche irrigation dam In South Dakota which is one of the largest earth embankments la the world practically has been com pleted according to advices received here Friday by the reclamation serv ice Cotton Mill Closed Lawrence Mall The Everett cot ton mills were closed Friday and will reopen September 6 About 1200 oper atives are flfrtctad tit+ r iJiV IIC STORM BREAKS THREE FORMER OFFICIALS OF ROAD ARE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY MORE ARRESTS WILL FoLLOW Charger of Conspiracy to Defraud and of Confidence Game Placed Against Harriman Ewing and Taylor In Car Repair Frauds Chicago The Illinois Central rail way graft scandal storm broke Friday with tempestuous fury when three former high officials of that road were arrested on charges of conspiracy to cheat and defraud the road by false pretenses More arrests are to follow and the names of others said to be Implicated will probably be revealed at tho trial of the men already under arrestThose arrested are Frank B Harriman former general manager of the Illinois Central sys tem Charles L Ewing former general superintendent of the Illinois Central lines north of the Ohio river John M Taylor former storekeeper for tho Illinois Central The men wore taken before Muni cipal Judge Druggemeyer who released them on 20000 bonds each Both Harriman and Ewing made statements after their arrest There Is absolutely no truth In the charges and I have nothing to fear said Harriman My record as gea eral manager of the Illlnol Central lean open book Nothing will be proved against me I deny the charges said Ewing and I will be proven Innocent I have done nothing to be ashamed of Certain men identified with the conspiracy will bo glveaan immuni ty bath aa a result of confessions they made They will turn state1 evi dence It Is said and they already have promised to take the witness stand and tell the Inside story of the frauds its origin its growth Its con tlnuatlon and the names of the men who benefited The history of the car repair frauds tie alleged fraudulent transaction between the officials and railroad em ployes and the like also will bo told on the witness stand Harriman as general manager of tho entire system was the next man to Ira O Rawn tho vicepresident who resigned to becomo president of the Monon road and who was killed with his own revolver in his Wlnnetka home Harrlmri resigned his posi tion in March tho public announce meat being mede March 16 C L Ewing resigned as general su perintendent of the northern lines at Chicago soon after the first exposures wore made in connection with the dis covery 01 wholesale fraud Taylor resigned as general storekeeper May 1 at the time when Presi dent Harahans office was being rood ed with resignations from officers of high and low rank MAKES FLIGHT TO LONDON Daring American Aviator Travels From Par and Capture the 29000 Prize LondonThe youthful American av lator Molssant accompanied by his mechanician Albert Wednesday made a remarkable flight In a biplane from Paris to Londrn across the English channel It was the first time this feat was ever accomplished although often tried- Molssant accomplished his remarkable flight from Paris to Calais and across tho channel In company with his mechanician Albert By making his remarkable flight he captures the cup that a London paper offered and the proceeds of the sub scription raised in England for Graham White wblch the unsuccessful competitor In the London Mancbester flight offered as an award in the ParisLondon competition Hubert Latham who started from Iy a suburb of Paris to race Mole cant to London met with a series of accidents the last at Amiens cul urinating in tho wrecking of his ma chine as he was preparing to resume the flight Latham escaped unhurt but ras out of the race The last stage of Molssaats flight the trip across the channel was ac complished la a strong channel breeze the wind being so high that experi enced aviators looked upon the start ac foolhardy It was such a wind aa repeatedly deterred Bleriot La tham end other aviators from at tempting the passage of the straits Paris FrancelL Le Blanc the aviator arrived at hay In the suburbs of Paris at 645 L xa Wednesday and la tho winner of the crosscountry flight which started August 7 The distance of the race was approximate 11 485 miles The prize is 120000 of fared by a Paris newspaper Le Blanc the winner covered the circuit la 116569 He used a Bleriot monoplane Strike May Delay Ohio Fair Columbus O Governor Harmon is devoting his energies to settling the street car strike here before the state fair oPens August t 29 Entries for the state fair will open Saturday and there Is fear that if the strike is con UnuejLthextalr will be postponed Fifteen Soldiers Killed MalnEGermany Fifteen soldiers are ported to have been killed Fri day by a premature explosion of Synamlto In maneuvers at Bechethelni I erberg r A 11 1Q TEETOTALERS WANT A DRINK Varieties of Beverages Do Not Meet Demand for Refreshment With Bite of Spirits During the recent summer weather Londons cafes and restaurants made tentative displays of the stereotyped nonalcoholic beverages However It was not warm enough to make many people sufficiently thirsty to drink them though the fact that they wore once more in evidence caused many teetotalers to complain that they wore at a loss as to what to drink In winter Tho trouble with temperance drinks n manufacturing chemist Inti amately connected with the trade said is that they are either browed and so contain alcohol or concoctions of Incongruous materials dissolved in water mechanically aerated and there foro necessarily lack distinction acid characterIt probably be news to many nonalcoholicII 4Homone buys at country refreshment cot tages frequently contains more oleo hol than bitter beer does Having dismissed such drinks as being alcoholic there remains only the gassy bottles of variously flavored water to which different fancy names are given or lime dial and lemon squash both lower to the system if too freely consumed No one Is really satisfied with these concoctions but the trouble Is that It has not been found poaalblerto evolve anything betterrThe fact IB no substitute for alco hol has been invented and until some one discovers a substance with the bite of spirit but without its Intoxi a eating qualities the problem will remain unsolved For tho man who can invent a pals 1v table teetotal drink a fortune walt nor will the brewers be able speaking generally to compete against him by t making and imitating his product For example a tremendous quan tity of ginger wine is drunk In thus r col1ntr1r Fo The taste for this has survived from the time when every household lfIn England made Its British wines 11 but now owing to the massing of the people In the towns and the want of accommodation for such work It Is manufactured by old firms and much t of it Is sold to the brewers to be re tailed In their tied bouses- Notwithstanding sr the quantity of t this brewed beverage that la drunk i the brewers do not make It them selves Tho Inland revenue authorities would impose many restrictions and t- In moat cases tho articles of associa tion of the brewing companies restrict F the business carried on to tho brewing of stout and beer Orange wine If another British wins that has an enormous consumption In tho smaller towns In tho provinces tyet the brewers do not make It British wines pay no duty though J they are often as strong as bottled beerOne firm registered at Somerset yproblempublic of unfermented fruit juices principally those of various grapes rR Fruits aro the fluent and purest natural foods the managing director fslId for they contain grape sugar albumen and various valuable salts it These are all retained In the fruit Yendthem would be Injurious for the sugar Is converted to alcohol and the albu men Is destroyed when fermentation jI takes place w Leader of Temperance In the Army United States Secretary of War 1exampleGrant In publicly declaring himself on tho side of total abstinence He write I believe in everything that encourages voluntary abstinence both within and without the army The man who abstains Is better QuaIl led to be a useful and lawabiding citizen and to promote his own hap illness and that of his family and friends One of the greatest burdens upon our country Is that of crime which Is the direct result of drink When the Romans achieved their greatest success they were water drinkers Drink Ip the Subarctic Writing on conditions In Labrador Dr Wilfrid T Grenfell the noted missionary physician of the coast states A careful study of the health con ditions of tho coast by the doctors of our staff all these years has shown that there is no need for liquor whatever in these subarctic climates that on the contrary the first man- n go down in hard physical condi tions is almost always the drinking nan Among men on tho sea tho dangers from its uso are enormously enhanced It la always easier to talk of the di vine plans than it is to do them It is better to learn to still the spirit within than the storm without it I R 1i KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON INDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH ATTEMPTED KIDNAPING sStranger Tries to Steal Child of Mrs Thomas Eads StanfordMrs Thomas Eads vrlfo of a young farmer of this county fought so desperately for possession 1 Aofher yearold son that tier assailant was forced to leave without tho tiny bit of human booty sought and to seek hasty flight In a big automobile which was waiting nearby with a man confederateYoung and his wife reside about five miles from Stanford Kads had been away all morning looking after his tobacco and had left his young wife and their baby alone at home While Ibo was lulling her In- Pant to sleep an automobile containing a men and woman passed soon after the woman came to her door and ask ed permission to sit down while her f husband attended to some business down the road She soon left and Mrs Kads put the child on a bed and went Into the kitchen to prepare the noonday meal tearing a faint creaking of tho screen z door In front and Instantly realizing that some one was opening it she hastened out and confronted hnr wom of a few moments before 1Glibly tho woman explained that In putting tho baby on the bed a hand some diamond pin had probably bet come faencd In his little dress and she had comO bath to look for it i Tho mother went with her Into tho room where the child lay asleep The stranger picked tho baby up and as she did so began to glance hurriedly from one door to another at tho same time quickly fumbling in a handbag which hung on her loft arm The mother became alarmed at hernctlons and reached for the baby and caught its dress I The strange woman pulled a small Vial out of her hand bag and as the mother caught hold of her child a sec cad tlmo the stranger dashed the full contents of the bottle Into her faco The pain was severe and Mrs Eads could hardly see but In a frenzy she pulled tho baby away from the stranger and in agony ran through the kitchen out tho rear door of the house to the cabin of a negro couple some distance away Not until tho colored womans husband returned home about an hour later was the alarm given and assistance summoned to the Injured woman Mr Eads came quickly but no trace of tho would bo kidnappers could be Been Tho woman had evidently hur rled away tho Instant that she saw her plan tolled by the mother 1URAL SCHOOL INSPECTORS i Southern Educational Board to Pay for Two for the State Frankfort Plans for tho appoint u ment of rural school Inspectors In Ken tucky wero discussed by Prof Els worth Rcgenstcln superintendent of to public instruction and Dr Wlckllffe Rdso secretary of tho southern edu 1 national board Dr Rose has charge or the work of education by the board a which relies for its funds largely on proposeditpay for two able inspectors line to look after the high schools and the other tho rural schools of the state How best to carry out tho plan of in spection and aoloct competent Inspectors was tho purpose of Dr Roses conference with Prof Rcgensteln and they went over the details of tho now movement carefully The inspectors will be teachers as well and It will bo their duty to show whore faults can lie corrected Tho whole purpose is r to build up the rural and high schools of the state ADDED PREMIUMSb r Glasgow Fair Makes Attractive Offers for Exhibitors OlasgowGreat preparations aro being made hero for the fair which will be held September 28 to October 1 Glasgow boasts of the oldest fair in the state this being the annual ex hibition without missing a year Toe association this season has added something llko 1500 for premiums on S tobacco alone and as a result many are now growing special crops for this exhibition Following tho close of the fair a great tobacco show will beheld at tho Planters Loose Tobacco ware house This show will bo held Octo ber 15 T INJURED IN RUNAWAY Frankfort August Wober a well known citizen of this city was per haps fatally injured in a runaway ac i cident lie was driving a team of miUes down the steep new road which leads to tho Leestown road when the animals became frightened and began to run Mr Weber was dragged some distance before tho mules were stop pod Mr Weber sustained a broken back and ankle and la Internally in jured Ii e BRUNER NAMED COMMITTEE Business Men and Danker to Pall Upon Qualifications of Examiners Frankfort Secretary of State Druner announced the names of the five business men and bankers who are to pass upon the qualifications experience anti adaptability of tho state bank examiners The commit tee is composed of three Democrats and two Republicans Sam P Jones Commercial Dank and Trust Co Louisville B O Witt Ohio Valley Banking and Trust Co Henderson Charles Russell Merchants Bank and Trust Co Ashland Allen H Points Salt Lick Deposit bank Salt Lick Caps Ed Farley Citizens Savings bank Paducah and state treasurer The committee will be called upon to pass upon the qualification of some of the appointees Dr Bmner announced that at least two of the ex aminers would go to work tho 1st of September He said ho believed that practically every honk in the state would sign up the agreements Wm S Taylor Injured Indianapolis William S Taylor formerly of Kentucky who is engaged In the practice of last in Indianapolis slipped oft a desk while trying to low or a window In his office and suffered severe injuries He was able to reach his home without assistance but will bo unable to return to his office for several days Ills tack was wrenched No bones were brok- enKentuckyI Intelligence I Evansvlllo Buildings designed as the center of a Model City where there was to bo neither poverty nor graft promoted by J A Drown on tho Kentucky side of the Ohio river opposite Evansvllle were attached fn court hero by Drowns creditors to se cure alleged claims amounting to 50000 Glasgow All previous records of people being bitten by mad dogs were broken in this section when the road stone owned by J A Dulworth nnar Camp Knox in the edge of Green county was applied to tho sixth pen son within tho past ten days A con pleto cure it is claimed was effected In each case Cadiz Felix Wallace son of lieu ben Wallace deceased of the Trigg Furnace neighborhood eight mUes west of here was killed while cutting Umber lie bad cut a tree and as it fell a limb flow back and hit young Wallace in the forehead crushing his skull and killing him instantly II was about 21 years of age Lexington Maj Thomas J Carson has made arrangements to dispose ol his Dlxlana stUd thoroughbreds in Ar genUne Republic and on August 21 will ship 58 head including the etal lions Sclntlllant II and Ormlcant and a number of mares and yearlings to Buenos Ayres They will go under the hammer tho last week in September Now Castle As a sequel to tho find ing of the body of Will Wllholt floating in tho Kentucky river several days ago Ezra Wllholt brother of the dead ran and Mrs Helen Johnston Harp were brought hero and locked up on charges of murder A hole In the heM apparently Indicted with some heavy Instrument gave rise to the murder Investigation Owcnsboro Richard Lanham a farmer and for halt a century a real dent of DavTess county died of In firmities of old ago He was 83 years old and leaves his widow and five chit dren Mrs Sam Braahcar of the Redd neighborhood died of a complication of diseases following several weeks Illness Her husband and four chil dren survive Ixdlchfleld David Drewcry 24 years old a farmer living three miles from this place was fatally stabbed It is alleged by fill Hazlowood who started to run but turned when a few yards away and returned to his victim pulled the knife out and then loft the scene Ho was overtaken later by the sheriff and placed under arrest but broke loose and escaped PaducahClaudo Sullivan a widely known young man of Livingston coun ty was run down by bloodhounds at Berrys Ferry opposite Oolconda III nnd was lodged In jail at Smlthlond on tho charge of attempting to rob Mrs Lucy McCancllcss at her home 10 miles from Smlthland Sullivan is under Indictment for allowed housebreaking Tho bloodhounds are the same that traced the negro assailant of Anna Pelley at Cairo J1L a few months ago- Pittsburg Pa Henry Mead with his wife and live small children to cether with Robert Mead his brother and wife were given shelter In a Pitta burg police station having walked 10 miles from the Hlnton mine of littler county Tim Meads aro from Louisa Ky and report to the police that they left there some time Hgo at the solid tation of an employment agent who promised them 9A to 350 per day in the Hlnton mine They were not told that there was a strike on The de monstration of strikers was so great that the tamltyfted- LexlnKtonPhl1lp Scanlan son of A C Scanlan of Madison county won the diminutive Shetland pony that was given as the Childrens day prize at the Blue Grass fair Hired men from the Scanlan farm were sent in an AUto- mobile to get the pony Coming out of the fair grounds gate the automo bile was turned suddenly and the pony was thrown out and lie neck broken Young Scanlan is heartbroken Lexington A preliminary education congress of the Disciples wllljiold s congress at Lexington the last of February 1911 to inaugurate an ethics lion association of the Disciples Ostrich FeathersI There seems to be something irre sistibly attractive to women in the fluffy nodding plumes of the ostrich and if this great bird could not be bred on ostrich farms his race would become extinct Like ninny another wearer of fine plumage tho goddess of fashion would pursue him to the deathAlthough good ostrich plumes are as costly as ever they are in wider demand than in all the history of mil linery Everyone wants plumes and other ostrich feathers in all the va ned beautiful mountings which the artists make them up There Is a wonderful variety to choose from Tho Introduction of willow plumes that is those having the flues lengthened by tying on extra pieces has brought out all sorts of color combinations and plumes of verybeautifulunpleced plumes In buying high priced ostrich feathers the French plumes with long slightly curled flues are by far the best liiVestment They r JNEW TOUCH IN JEWELRY RecentlyMadeWelcomed Jewelry at any rate in our loose acceptance of the term lor no stones are visible In this pretty fancy I havo spoken of the gold lace pins crocheted with lace Now farseeing manufacturers have wooden orna ments in i1manner of sorts and shapes collar pins hat pins bolt buckles cuff links slipper buckles all to be covered with this crocheted lace One may have a whole setof them for an afternoons work and they make the daintiest of gifts for brides and next Chrlstmasers If crocheting Is not In your line fine lace can be darned around these wooden foundations of dotted or figured net may be used instead Whatever material is used they are as quaint and pretty as the lacecovered gold pins which is saying a great deal Exchange CHIC TUSSOR FROCK This illustration shows a simple but good looking frock for a young girl made from Tussock silk and trimmed with spotted satin foulard and Oulpura collar The belt of suede matches the ground of trimming con be cleaned and recurled at a com paratively small outlay and may be bought on a guarantee from tho dealer that they will stand wear Moisture doesnt do them any permanent harm On tho other hand the willow plume cannot be guaranteed to wear Those in black are especially fragile some thing in the dye causes them to come untied or to break off when the air Is damp The white and light colors wear better than black When one does not need to think of economy there are beautiful effects to bo wrought out by using plumes with pieced flues which are well worth the price Three fall hats are Illustrated here showing the simplicity and richness of ostrich used for trimming They are mounted in groups of three or more toward the back of the hat as a rule Nothing else is needed on the shape and the addition of a band and bow about the crown Is a matter of choice for a shape bearing a full tuft of plumes Is amply trimmed JULIA BOTTOMLEY J PRETTY FANCY OF FASHION Jeweled Laces Are Marvelously Beau tiful Though Only for Those With Long Purses The very newest thing In Jewelry is tho reproduction of old and priceless laces In tiny pearls and diamonds mounted upon gunmetal platinum or diamond net The exact pattern of tho lace is copied and the whole is formed into a jabot or a lace fall for the collar Sometimes there is n bow above composed of some colored stonesemeralds or amethysts or ru bles set in solid This new and wonderful work has revolutionized the art of the jeweler since the workmanship has become quite as valuable as the stones them solves These laces of jewels are of course ruinously expensive but they ate such marvels of beauty that a woman might well dispense with all oth er ornament for the sake of possessing one of them The SwanLike Throat This is to be a great season for col larlcss frocks But one pretty neck is often harder to acquire than the dozens of chemis ettes we may have done away with A good neck depends much upon the general health but considerable maybe done that Is of direct benefit Many an otherwise lovely neck Is ruined by an awkward poise of the head The best cure for this is to sit or walk each day with a book on the head Do not stiffen the muscles to hold this weight Manage it by balancingThinness of tho neck should be an easy fault to overcome Plenty of sleep and an abundance of milk with raw eggs beaten up in it should help considerably Tho neck should be washed well every night with warm water followed by a cold spray and massaged afterward with a cold cream LowCut Neck Edging A readymade dress of dark bK roundDutchthe edge of a fine hemstitched hand kerchief The effect was cool and dainty and the handkerchief had paint on It anyway said the bright originator Bracelets Over Qloves Few women seem to realize that bracelets over gloves are almost or quite as bad as rings over gloves If one wears a bracelet with long gloves at all it should be worn under them but if possible it should not be worn I Two Parables of Judgment SoJiyScWl Lesson for Sept 4 1910 Specialty Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT Matthew 21044 Memory versEs 45 46 GOLDEN TEXT Therefore say I unto you The kingdom of God shall bu ta ken from you2 Matthew 2143 TIME Tuesday April 4 A D 30 Two days after the triumphal entry PLACEIn the courts of the temple Suggestion and Practical Thought Sustaining tho Faith of His Disci plea which was so Boon to be tested to tho utmostMatt 212021 Mark 112025 Tho fig tree on which the curse for fruitlessness rested on Mon day morning was found withered as Jesus and his disciples passed by it Tuesday morning on their way to the templeThe Authority of Christ Challenged and Christs Answer Vs 2127 Mark 1122733 Luke 2018 The Pharisees came to Jesus and demanded by what authority he took upon himself to drive out the moneychangers and the cattle and the dealers In them from the temple What authority had he to call himself the Messiah and to oppose those who were the divinely appointed leaders In the ritual of a di vinely authorized religion and tem ploTIt was useless to answer them by any statement of fact They would have denied his authority and made his claims a means of bringing him before the Roman court Ills deeds and teachings were known and they could have learned his authority Jesus therefore refused to answer but said unto them I also will ask you ono thing not to puzzle them but to lead them to answer their own question in answering his 25 The baptism of John whence was it from Heaven or of men That Is tell mo what was Johns authority for his teaching represented by baptism and I will tell you what mine is for both aro from the same source The rulers wero afraid to express their opinion and said they could not tell They could not do so without making trouble for themselves or an swering themselves the question they asked Jesus They were mere politi clans and not statesmen or patriots Jesus therefore refused to answer their question and they could not com plain It was very wise and true action on the part of Jesus Tho Parable of tho Two Sons Oood Resolutions Versus Good peedsVa 2832 But what think yet He would not answer their question but he would give them a parable to think of a mirror In which they could see their own characters and be led to re pentanco A certain man represent ing God our Father In Heaven had two sons Compare Luke 1611 The First Son represented those who made no pretension to the service of God but stood opposed to it in doctrine In character and in life The Second Bon represented those who had in form at least been carry Ing on the work of their Father repro sented by the elder son In tho parable of the Prodigal son This class Included the Jewish leaders and all those who joined with them as repre sentatives of the kingdom of God in the world as his professed servants In upholding his true religion They were particular about ritual and form And outward observances They sat- In the chief seats of the synagogue To both sons was given the same command to cultivate their fathers vineyard All Gods children are sent Into this world to make It bring forth the fruits of the Spirit to make it a kingdom of Heaven in their own souls and lives and In the world as a whole The first son refused to obey Ha answered I will not Their whole conduct said I will not And this continued for ages But after ward he repented and went The second son answered and said I go sir and went not Those whom this son represented had said by their ac lions and professions HI go sir Then before they saw the appjlca Uon Jesus asked them to decide Whither of them twain did tho will of his father The only possible answer was The first Then Jesus made the application and they saw themselves as In a mirror The Parable of the Vineyard and tho Husbandmen Vs 3341 Tho Vine yard represented the kingdom of God which was entrusted to the Jews planted by God with tho rich and fruit ful vines of the knowledge of God his commandments the institutions of religion and his revealed word They Slay the Son Their Only Hope Because they wanted to keep their places their honors their wealth their own pleasure The Result was that they lost all They killed that they might possess but it was the shortest road to entire loss Those who reject Christ in order that they may keep possession of themselves their pleasures and hopes have taken the shortest and surert way to lose them LIVE WIRES The parables may seem far away from us but from them there come live wires conveying living truths to our souls and to our nation today To go on in sin against all the moral laws of God Is to be like a grasshop per before a mowing machine The laws of God will crush ui unless we got out of their way by obedience to his will- Though the mills of God grind slowly yet they grind exceeding small Thou with patience he stands watt with exactness grinds ha rt ITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 31Hc lb firsts 30c fancy dairy 213c PoultryHens 12c lb spring chickens 14c spring ducks gsPrimoApples Maiden Blush J375a4 bbl wealthy 350a4 Huckleberries 3a 350 bu Peaches 2a250 crate Po tatoes Homegrown 2a225 bbl sweet 350a376 PeatsSeckles 450o5 bbl Plums Wild Goose Jlal50 bu abundant 75ca125 damsons 150a 175 basket crate Sugar Corn lOa 12Hc doz String Beans 75c 2bu sack Tomatoes DOcafl bu Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 576a650 butcher steers extra 6a625 good to choice 4S5a590 heifers extra 535a550 good to choice 9450a525 cows extra l60a476 good to choice 4a460i Bulls Bolognas 375a435 fat bulls 435 a5 CalvesExtra 876 fair to good t6COaS50 Hogs Selected heavy 840a870 good to choice packers and packersS65a8S5sows 550a725 light shippers 910a 925 pigs 110 Ibs and less S85a925 SheepExtra U good to choice 310 a390 IambsExtra 675aC85 good to choice f550a6G5 yearlings 375a 475 Cincinnati Grain WheatNo 2 red ll01al03 No 3 red 93cal CornNo white 67a68o No 3 white 67a67t c No2 yellow 665 a67c No 3 yellow 66a66c No 1 mixed 66aGGYac yellow ear 66a68c mix ed ear 65a67c white par GGuGSc Oats No2 white 36a37 4c No3 white 35a36c standard white 36a36c No a mixed 32 4o33c No 3 mixed 33aS4c lIayNo1 timothy 19al950 No 2 timothy 1750a18 No 3 timothy l6a1650 No 1 clover mixed 16a17 No It clover mixed S15al6 Barley No 2 spring 80a83o No3 70a75c nYBNo 2 76a78c No373a75c Malt Spring barley 87a90- cSENTIMENT IS IMPROVING Basic Condition Underlying Trade Situation Appears Stronger Says Dun In Weekly I Review New York110 Dun CoVweek sa1BI continues conI vails in most departments of the iron and steel market there has been prac tically no further decline in quotations The general opinion appears to be that the lowest point has now been reach ed and that any change occurring from now on will be toward a higher level Production of pig iron is in about the same volumo as a week ago but buy ing shows a further contraction al though at tho expense of a reduction in stocks in the hands of the fabricate ing Interests while new orders in Eomo lines of finished steel aro said to exceed those of the same time in the previous month and when fair sized orders were placed for calls The tone of the dry goods markets is better especially with jobbers and selling agents but business is still of limited proportions with buyers show- Ing little desire to operate beyond well defined requirements Cotton goods and cotton yarn hold firm with buy Ing showing more breadth The weeks sales at Fall River reached 360000 pieces 6r double the amount of the restricted output of print cloths while sales of 2500 bales of standard drills for India was the largest business with the far east China markets being dull and present prices above tho views of Red Sea buyers N Business on wool firsts and worsteds is of a morO limited character although there is moro agreement regarding values The trend of the production in still much below nor mat and there is a general desire on tho part of producers to avoid accumu lationsMany shoe manufacturers havo completed contracts on fall goods and now are doing little owing to lack of supplementary fall orders Most of tho New England factories aro still running on part time and the local job bing trade continues to Improve owing to the approaching opening of the schools The bide market is less ac tive and tho advanced prices demand ed of late have checked the demand There Is some Improvement in leather and increased sales havo been made in certain descriptions but the situation on tho whole is still far from satisfactory and In n number of In stances further concessions havo been made in prices in order to effect business 4 Business Failures i New York Bradstreet review saysBusiness failures for tho week end log August IS were 222 In the United States against 231 last week 183 In the like week of 1909 236 In 1308 153 in 1907 and 155 in 1900 Business fail ures for the week in Canada number 26 which compares with 20 for last week and 20 In the corresponding week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending August 18 agree gate 1497514 bushels against 1228 414 bushels last week and 2379619 bushels this week last year For the seven weeks ending August 18 export are 9047471 bushels against 11093 C2 bushels in the corresponding pen od last year Corn exports for the week are 48 53T bushels against 190071 bushels last week and 168385 bushels in 1909 For the seven weeks ending August 18 corn exports are 1J56S33 bushels against 695889 bushels last year East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No coneipondence puUtibed unless signed In full by the writer The nape Is not for publication but n an evidence of good faith Write plainly Nei OytJeaId JACKSON COUNTY rniVETT J Prlvett Aug 21A good rain rj tho 19th did much good In this vlclnl tyThe Royal Oak team player the Maulden team last Sunday Scon stood 32 to 16 in favor of Maulden Mrs Stephen Farmer is very sick I L J Peters visited his daughter Mrs Harry Brandenburgh at Heldel burg this week Silas Spurlocks ba by is very sick Will Simpson and family hero moved to Garrard Coun tyTavo Carr and Arch Peters were at Travelers Rest on business last Saturday Dr Anderson and wife from Barbourvllle are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Will Anderson The Hon Caleb Powers will speak at McKee the 2Cth of this month Bob Ramsey and family from Rich mondaro visiting frlendu and rela lives in this vicinity Bob York and Sherman Spurlock left for Doyle County to work for a while ETHEL Ethel Aug 18Corn crops are not looking wellThere is much sick tress in this neighborhood UncU John Bingham is very sick with t what seems to be heart dropsyMar I rled at the home of the bride John Anderson to Leona Rico July 7th Marlon Neeley Is all smiles over the i arrival of a bouncing boy Mother and t i baby are both doing wellMr and EMrs Silas Bingham of London are the formers lather John Bingham who is very sick School Is i progressing nicely with D G Wood t us teacherStave haulers are doing an excellent business Mr and Mrs J n Anderson visited the latter a uncle H E Metcalf last Saturday night and took dinner with their cou sins ilr and Mrs N J teeley Sun dayMr and Mrs John Q Rico are both slcltIl is reported that Mrs R P Marcum had her arm k broken recently by falling from n wagonMrs Mahala Neoley whoso arm was broken same time ago is getting along nicely HUGH Hugh Aug 21 Willie Ramsey and sister Emma Farmer and two little children of Gray Hawk are visiting IrelatlvesMrs Elizabeth Hale Is i Btlll in poor health W n Benge sold a fine yoke of cattle last Satur day at four and three quarters cents per poundR I Hale and G Drew went to the Kentucky river last Sat urday on a fishing trlpWIll Parks is at Whites Station and his health BIDS WANTED For Jackson County School Houses t Sealed bids will be received from now until Sept 1 1910 for building School Houses In SubDistricts No 8 Alcorn and No 14 Pond District in Educational Division No G also Ii one in SubDistrict No 10 Morris in Educational Division No4 + Size of each houso to be 24 by 30 feet and 10 feet from floor to ceiling Roof to be made of VW Crimp Galvanized Iron Roofing Not less than 9 good solid dressed stone foundation pillars Three good solid oak foundation sills extending the whole length of tho house Solid oak sleepers 2 by 10 Inches laid 2 feet apart- Each of said houses to be celled with good pine lumber well seasoned and well dressed Weatherboard 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 er All studding sleepers and rafters must be well braced tied and support edSaid contractor to build a first class flue of stone or brick from the lower part of the ceiling to 2 feet above the tomb of the roof Each of said to be painted with two coats of first class paint well mixed and well applied One Blackboard extending aU the way across the rear end of the house to be 6 feet wide well blacked with the proper material Three windows on each side of the house regular size and good shutters for sameFloor to be laid double of No1 pine lumber 1 by 5 inches wide Two doors made of first class pine lumber well hung and furnished with lock and keys All of said work to bo done in good style and first class workman shipSaid bids must be sealed and sent to J J Davis Chairman of the County Board of Education The said County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by order of the County Board of Education this 30th day of July hfllO F J J Davis Chairman i100 t t seems to bo worse than it has ever I been Acle Parks of Kingston Is cutting and hauling postsJas Bong and wife of Bercu spent tho day al W n Bongos Tuesday Mrs Mar tha Hudson from Texas has been vls itlng John Hudson Most every ono here is for Caleb Powers CLOVER 1IOTTOM Clover Bottom Auk22J Robin son of Crawford has been vlsltlm friends and his old homo plnceA fine rain for the last two days has done much to improve crop coudl dons Tho Congressional race is warming up In this section and Is about equally divided between Mr Powers and Mr Edwards A C Blcknell Is planning a trip to Indians soonJ S Blcknell and family have gone to Illinois to stay until Christ masAll who have been sick with typhoid for so long are now able tc bo out again among friends This Is Institute week at McKee and a num ber of our teachers are planning tc attendJoe Flanery was arrested h Deputy sheriff D I Powell and taker before Squire Engle a few days ago and an examining trial set for Sept 3rd Ho is charged it is said with stealing meat from the widow Rogers M G Cruse has been appointed con stable to complete the unexpired term of A M Powell who resigned It is hoped that the people will think carefully in this congressional race and not let their sympathies over run their Judgment and vote for n man who will injure our party WI should elect men in a contest such as this without a stain upon their characters I1URLBY Hurley Aug 22our school has dismissed for one week for the Insti tute Several from this place will attend the association at Oak Grove Friday the 26th The Hon Caleb Powers will speak at McKeo Friday the 26th at 1 p mJesso Gabbard Bennie Johnson and Charlie Gabbard attended church at Bethel Sunday Wm Gabbard bought a mule from Ned Lakes for 90Frank Gabbard Is back homo from Woodford County where he has been working Mr and Mrs Wm Hurley Jr visited the latters parents at Egypt Saturday and Sunday GRAY HAWK Gray Hawk Aug 22Dr J E Anderson and wife of Flat Lick are visiting the formers father until after the association W B Metcalf had a working the other day and had his house coveredmil B Bingham and J F Tincher have been to Livings ton this week on business Work has on the Methodist churchcommend Hawk and every one who will is invited to help out in the work Those who have signed the contribution list are urged It possible to pay at onceMr Adkins who was shot is getting better A card of thanks to the good people of Ethel for the love and kindness that they showed to our dear father John M Bingham thru his last illness and death He died of heart dropsy and his remains were laid to rest in the Union cemetery He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss but we hope our loss will be his eternal gain J B Bingham EOCKCASTLE COUNTY SNIDER Snyder Aug 22Henry Gadd and Jennie Chasteen were quietly married at the home of the bride on Aug 7Oscar Sims has tho mumps Mr and Mrs V S Benge were in terea one day last week on business Quite a number attended the fair at Broadhead last weokW Kirby has gone to Mt Vernon on business Marlon Chasteen and Charley Smith were In Berea SaturdayMr and lira Rollle Kidwell of Livengood were- n this vicinity visiting friends and relatives last weekMrs Geo Lamb has been visiting at the home of Joe Levett for the past week Rube add who is working at Winchester- was at home Saturday and Sunday Marlon Chasteen is having a new louse erected near Snyder DO ONE Boone Aug 22Mrs Dave Grants slckJllrs Geo Lamb of Duluth who has been here visiting the past week returned home SaturdayHen ry Gadd of Rockford and Jennie Chas teen of this place were quietly married of the brides parents Wednesday Many congratulations and good wishes to them Quito a lumber attended the fair at Broad head last week Hattle Poynter and Lydia Levett were Berea visitors iaturdayrMr and Mrs Sam Alcorn were in this vicinity Sunday John add of Rockford left for Hamilton 0 SundayJohn Chenault of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs David Martin Saturday Nath Welch of Jerea was in this vicinity a few days t agoM Poynter and brother Goo railroad employees of Livingston visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Sunday school is progressing nlcol with Mrs Daisy Lambert as supt Oscar Sims Is quite sick With mumps Willie Gadd and A D Lovett vie ited relatives near Rockford Satur day and SundayW 1C Grant of Winchester visited home folks Satur dayJ H and J W Lambert and Geo Wren went to Mt Vernon one day last week on business The small child of Mr and Mrs Geo Wren who has been quite sick is much bettor Arthur Coyle is out again after quite an illness Dr Chats Robinson of Berea has been attending tin sick of this placeCONWAY Conway Aug 22 MrsW M Hayes has returned from Berea but is uc better Mrs Nancy Dalton has returned from Jackson where she has been visiting friends Hubert Dalton has returned from Ohio Julius Hack er of Jackson has been visiting nt A P Gabbards Mrs Drew Mrs Carpenter and Mrs Martin all ot Jackson have been visiting at Jno PowellsMr and Mrs Theo Mur ray of London visited at tho homo ol I A Bowman last week Tho Rev Malnous filled his regular appolntmen In our town Sunday Several ot our people attended the Broadhcai ralrMrs Belle Dalley has been very sick for the past few daysR A Dalley and wire are visiting at Mt Vernon Tray Dalley went to Mt Vernon on business SaturdayLogan Gabbard has returned from Jackson where he has been hauling lumber MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Aug 22Mr and Mrs Davis Munday spent Friday of last week with W G Munday Tho Rev Messrs Williams and Anderson have been conducting a revival at the Baptist church It will close Wed nesday night Mr And Mrs Waltr Green of Laurel County are visit ing at the homo of Mr and Mrs Chat LambJ C Powell went to Jackson County last week on business Florence Yates of Berea Is spending several days with Mrs Jim Bales Mr and Mrs Geo Young visited relatives at Paint Lick Saturday and Sundayora and Ethel Flanery en tertained at their home a number of young people Friday night and with many good games played and recita tions rendered by Mr Murray and Miss Ely all enjoyed a good time Mr and Mrs Ben Been spent Satur day with Mrs Boons parents at Dig HIllMr and Mrs Sunny White are visiting at the home of Arthur Riddle this week Mrs Jim Turley is sick this week Bertha Ogg of Lex ington and Nina Ogg of Richmond are visiting their mother this week Mr and Mrs May Lain visited at Mrs Lalns parents Saturday and Sun day Chester Parks has returned homo after spending two weeks In Cincinnati OVlckle Alexander and brother Bradley from Illinois are visiting friends in town this week The Box Supper at Bobtown Saturday night was a success 1G was raised for the benefit of tho school- DREYFV Dreyfus Aug 22F M Jones made- a business trip to Richmond Mrs Matilda Nash and daughter Ella vis ited at the home of James Lunsford Saturday and Sunday Mrs Npra Floyd of Texas spent part of last week with relatives Mr and Mrs Kenith Lunsford left last Sunday for Ohio where they will make their tome Mrs Harve Johnson and little daughter Gladys have been vls tlng Mrs Johnsons parents Mr and Mrs James JonesLovl Klm Jerlaln and little grandson Earl Ire visiting the formers daughters In Jackson this week The Rev P N Taylor who has been holding a ser- Ies of meetings at the Baptist church luring tho past week closed with 4 additions CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek Aug 20John Blng iam of Ethel died yesterday His remains will be laid to rest in the bury ng ground at UnionsWin Steward who was reported sick last week In ouch betterWright Sparks Andy Hurt and Eva Singleton are sick D Stapleton has returned home from near Lexington W N Burch spent Thursday and Friday at Manchester Attending the Clay County Institute He reports a good Institute Ho also sports five cases of typhoid foyer In townJ A Hunter will commence a singing school at Union to- day1Irs Nancy Hunter has been visiting relatives on Cradlebow Mar lIn Burch and wife and their son Noa 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at lout one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its al- Rea and that is Catanh Halls Catarrh Cure Is- the only positive cure now known to the medical Catarrh being a constitutional dis- altrequiraaconslitultoneltreatment lullsCatarrh Cure directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the destroying the foundation of bybulldlngupIn doing Its work The proprietors nave so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One hundred DollArs for cale that to- cure Send for list of testimonials Address P1 C1IBNNY lit CO Toledo O Sold by all Drustiatasc- Take Mails Family rills for constipation t are visiting J II Edwards of Jack son County Nathan Hunter is als visiting relatives in Jackson Leo Hunter and Jack Bank have gone to London on a visitI- tVnSING SIRiNOS Burning Springs Aug 20Mr and Mrs J S Rawllngs gavo a most de llghtf ul lawn party last Saturday over ing in honor of their guest Miss Ber tha Robinson of Berea Mrs Joo Rico of Illinois is visiting at tho home of Jack IUcelJr and Mr Robert Clarkston of Rader ore vie ling at the homo of Mr Clarkston parents Steve Clarkston has return ed from a very successful business trlpMrs Jack Rawllngs has ben III but Is convalescing now Tho RV Millard Hughes and wife who hate been holding a series of meeting here have returned to their bom In Pulaski CountyThe politics meeting hold here last Tuesday nigh in honor of D C Edwards result in a great landslide for Powers Me and Mrs Mare of looker are viSit- Ing at the home of Mrs Hornsby Tho M E members are beginning Ute MeIDanielarmyMr and Mrs Jeter Jarrct have gone to Illinois to Und a new home We wish them successTl1o recent County Institute has been thu most successful over held in Clay Every teacher was present It was under the leadership of our efficient Superintendent Prof McDugal of tin Richmond Normal School and Pro Ireland of tho Stanford schools Mlssess Burchell and Potter gar those attending the Institute a very pleasant picnic Thursday evening A reception was given the Berea stu dents Wednesday night after the lec ture Mrs Simpson the caterer nor trod delicious Ice cream and cake Among the visitors wore Prof Burnt of Onrdla Prof Jones of Lexington Mrs Eubanks of Lexington Mr Imrl of Berea and Dr Manning Ale Clarkston took sick very suddenly and is now under tho Drs care Coo McQueary the paralytic is now able to move the paralyzed limb and his many anxious friends are ox pectlng his cntlro recovery from the accldentof last winte- rLESLIE COUNTY WOPTON Wooton Aug 21Thu Witt and Cornett Tie Co began work In this section of the county last week They are paying high wages to work menCorn and a few other crops ar not doing well Their failure being duo to the bad season during the earThe proposed Wooton Graded school was carried by a vote of 3J to 8 for the common school to become Graded This shows that tho people of Wooton are interested in educational affairs The graded school will open up next year It is being taught by W B Muncy this year Ho la having a fine attendance and also seems to be doing splendid work The people hero are almost unani mous for Caleb Powers for Congress Several speeches have been made on both sides but still they say send Powers to Congress It Is thought that he will carry the county by a largo majority OWSLEY COUNTY TUAVELLEU8 REST Travelers Rest Aug 18COrn crop ire said to be a little short in this irlclnlty The teachers of the Third Educational Division will meet in an nual association at New nope Satur lay Aug 20J C Botner and son it Vincent are closing out their entire stock of goods Tho ball game played Sunday at Idamay between Joonovlllo and Idamay teams resulted In a scorn of 17 to 3 in favor of Joonovllle Isaac Botner Is visiting friends and relatives in Virginia for a few weeks Pearl Venablo of Mld llesboro was tho guest of Mr and firs A J Cecil last week Edessa White is visiting friends in Estill County this weekThe trustees in Educational Division No 4 met Wed nesday Aug 17th at Vincent and elected S B Caudlll chairman and J J Combs secretary IHLANI CITY Island City Aug 19A good rain ell hero to day and crops are look- Ing fine Graded school is progress- Ing nicely at Oak Grove with ono hundred and soventceen students One of the most valuable moonshine distilleries ever found In the mountains was recently captured by P P Elliot G J Gentry and Dave Bow nan three miles east of McKee lu Jackson County Near this distillery O J Gentry found a bunch of gln eng which weighed 6 ounces It had 105 berries on the top and the root was 38 inches long Ho sold the root alone for 75 centsEsther Gentry rho has been visiting her lather for the past two months will leave In- rr few days for her home in Berea irthur Bryant who has been sick for tho past six weeks is out agalnW SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Wens FootBale the antUepUc powder It cures takeetilecomfon discovery of the age Allens FootEase hakes or new snoe feel easy It li a certain feelAlwastampsUmttgel address Alba aOlmated LeRoy N Y B Roberta is Improving rapidly the feverCaleb Powers will tromIt the people of Owsley County Court House In the town of Boone I vllle Aug 27th Island City Aug 12Graded school began Monday at Oak Grovo with a largo atondanco Miss Drown from Burning Springs and Mr Williams of Richmond are teachers Arthur Bryant who has been sick with fever Is Improving Hurst and Anderson have their saw and grist mill In operation and are doing a fine busl ness Sovcrnl of our boys left Mon lay for Idamay to work on tho rail roadEmery Peters and Jno Chad well visited at Blake Saturday and SundayMrs Eliza Mooro who has been 111 for tho past tour weeks con tinues In poor healthRobert Beck nell went to Idamay Saturday on business P M Frye County superb ten dent of Owsley County visited hero Saturday Association begins at Walnut Grovo Sept IW II Ven able of Vincent passed through this neighborhood Wednesday Dr A II Glass of South Boonovlllo III years old is in very poor health nt present A moonshine distillery was recently captured after a succcssfu raid by Wm Mays Chas Reynolds of Louisville Davo Bowman and G J Gentry at Horso Fork Station Camp It was a 75 gallon still CO gallons of beer and 4 gallons of whiskey were taken Tho distillery was said to be worth 100 dollars IIICKTOWX RIce town Aug 20lIad a good rain Thursday and crops are look- Ing well Mary Evcrsolo is visiting Mae Mlnter Iaines Marcum of Beth Bowman Branch was hero a few days agoMrs Martha Wilson has returned to Cow Creek after spending a week with her sister Mrs Lucy Gabbard Supt Fryo met tho newly elected board of Trustees Thursday Dick Eversole was elected chair man of the division John L Gab bard spent Sunday with Uel Wilder A debating society was organized last Thursday night at Grassy Brand Margaret and Lucy Wilson of Win Chester are visiting relatives on Cow CreekFanny Thomas of Hcldel burg Is visiting friends and relatives at Cow Creek School will begin at the social Presbyterian col logo on Cow Creek next Mouday The people of our town are trying to get a graded school Mrs Lizzie Moore and daughter Flossie of Boone rlllo visited John L Gabbard and family last Saturday night and Sun dayPleas Evans of Berea stayed over Tuesday night on his way homo with some stock He reports having bought 26 head Tho little baby of Mr and Mrs Floyd Lucas Is sick also Helen the baby girl of Mr and Mrs C B Gabbard Mr Lucas it Monica father of Floyd was call ed home Friday on account of the babys sickness Rlcetown Aug 13Crops are looking fine Alfred Huff has been spending a few days with his bro ther Ballard Some of our citizens were at Boonevlllo Saturday on busl nessDertha Seale visited Mrs C B tabbard Saturday and Sunday Floyd Lucas has moved to this place and 18 now teaching Albert Gablard was sleeted trustee of tho Lower Indian Creek schoolE E Gabbard anti wife of Buckhorn visited relatives Saturday and SundayJames It Gab- bard was at Boonevillo last Batur layilattiu MInter who has been ttcndlng school at Richmond is homo visiting her father Mrs Marisa Wilson of Cow Creek is vlalt ng at R W MlntersThos Gab Lard who moved to this place a few lays ago left Monday for Florida to work In a bank Jeremiah Roberta who was shot a few weeks ago on luffalo Creek Is very low and not expected to live Tho Powers Edwards contest Is discussed a great eal in this vicinity Mr Powers is apparently far In the lead ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp Aug 22Tho pro meted meeting closed last Sunday with four additions to the church Mrs Willie Wagers of Richmond Is visiting Mr and Mrs Ambrose Icrlvner and other relatives at Sta lon CampMr and Mrs Jeff Scrlv ter of Irvine ore visiting friends tort few daysHardln Kldds two sons from Wallaceton visited their grand parents Mr and Mrs Anderson le- tersJrs Bell Parsons from To- DR is visiting Mr and Mrs Clay Moore and other relatives Maud urner of Irvine Yula Oliver of Richmond Sherman Garrett and Thomas Christopher of Irvine were the guests of Dr J F Scrlvner and family last SundayMr and Mrs Stone Todd of Irvine have bean visiting relatives the past weekMr- and Mrs Harry Scrivner and family of Richmond are visiting Mr and Mrs S Hamilton of WlsemanCbwn Mrs O D Gray of Missouri Is visiting friends and relatives at Station lamp and Wagersvllle Mrs Anne IcCord of Richmond is visiting Mr and Mrs Clay Moore Elliott Camp bell of Missouri is visiting A 1C Pagers and other relatives In thin vlclnftyMrs Donna Hull of Berea is visiting Mrs Armllda Moore and- famllyrMrs Estella Wartord and son of Bcrca are visiting friends and r relatives hero for a tew daysMr and Mrs L C Marcum and daughter Polly of Witt visited in our town last Friday till Sunday Wm Isaacsjand Jeff Hosktuc recently returned from Owsley County with a nice lot of cattle Nat Brandenburg and Cor die Smith of Fox passed thru our I town last week with a nice drove of r cattleAttorneys Hugh Riddle and Robert Friend of Irvine attended 1 Squire Newtons court last Saturday on Red Lick Bernls Oliver of Jinks Is running the blacksmith shop r in our townA protracted meeting icommenced today at Wlsemantown conducted by tho Methodist people of Joe Warford is very ill with typhoid NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first Iaeasession as we went to press I quickly completed its work Captain Benjamin W Hooper of Newport is tho partys candidate for Governor It is expected also that the Indepen dent Dcruocntswhom tho Republicans Joined n few weeks ago In the election of tho Independent Judiciary Candidates will make Mr Hoopir their choice for Governor thus mak ing his election sure FOLLOWING KANSAS In the Republican primaries held last week In California tho Insurgents were completely victorious in nominating their men for Stato offices pram Johnson the Insurgent candidate lucked by tho LlncolnRoosovclt League is said to have won the no nation by a plurality of GOOOO It I Is thought also that ho carried thro with him two congressmen and United States Senator who wus mere aIly given an advisory vote CANNON ODDURATE In splto or his growing unpopularity and the re ported efforts of those in close touch with tho administration to got Speak er Cannon to declare In the Interests of harmony In tho party that ho will not again be n candidate for tho Spcakcrshlp he refused to ncedo to their wishes and openly announces his Intention to stand for reflection NEW JURY FOR BROWNE Af ter combating the Jury fixers for three weeks the twelve men who are to sit In Judgment upon Leo ONeil Browne accused of paying a legisla tor 1000 to vote for William Lori mer for U S Senator of Illinois have been chosen from the 800 venlrcmen summoned The Court has strictly charged tho Jury to be on their guard against the fixers They will bo carefully watched by officers DISARMING TilE INSURGENTS The PayncAldrich Tariff II now a year old and it begins to look a little like It Is going to quietly rob tho Insurgents of their thunder They havo been claiming that it is a re vision upward instead of downward as was promised by tho party plat form but the figures from the treas ury department indicate that its schedules are at least four and a half per cent lower than the Dlneley law Moreover It Is proving to bo a great revenue producer making a showing of 6000000 a month in excess of tho Dingley law- DISASTROUS FOREST FIRES Great territories in Montana Idaho and Oregon are being swept by fires that are supposed to be of incendiary origin Many lives are reported lout sad a number of towns wiped off tho map United States troops uro being detailed to hulp fight tho flames TRADE MORALIntroducIng the buyer to the merchant Is the purpose accomplished by our advertising columns The in 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