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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t DIP2A PUBLISHING co I1INc0rt1OIIATEU J P FAULKNER Manager r pained at the lofInJlre at llfftt1 Xy as rrond elaa IIIGUmalttr THE GITIZEN Devoted the Interests the Mountain People Vol XII Fivo cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 1010 One Dollar a year No 10 J i i IF YOU HAVE NEVER Worn garments from our shop we you to investigate their merits cannot do yourself a favor than to learn what 0correctly fitted clothes feel like and be able to note what a difference they will make in your appearance When you wear them you will real ize much goodness is where you cant see it The fine materials and tailoring which are the foundation of all FRIEND MADE CLOTHES keep them in shape until they are worn threadbare Our guarantee ofIR R COYLE Berea Kentucky Promising Outlook for Coming Year in Berea College President Frost Will be at His Post AgainFew Faculty Changes Improvement in Courses and Many Material Improvements Tho outlook for tho coming college year is most promising in all departments j In tho first place President Frost after a year absence for rest will bo again in command and all know what a splendid commanderlnchicf I ho Is In tho second place there will bo very few changes in tho teaching I force Tho student body both oMI and now aro to bo congratulated on this for a toiuqwhnt permanent tncIulty Is tho best asset of a hut In a faculty of severity or more somo retirements must bo exlK1Cld and great care has been taken to get experienced teacher In the placo of those who have resigned- In tho third place tho various courses In almost every department havo been strengthened and several now courses will be offered During tho summer vacation the professors have been busy making preparation for their work and will greet their classes with new material and tub Jects presented a new view pont In tho fourth place not a few mate rial betterments lava been mado on campus and In buildings Tho grounds never wero better kept or looked more Inviting Tho now In front of tho library Is a fine model of land Ecapo gardening Somo been made In tho majority oi public buildings tho rapajrer tho Ialnter tho paperhunger have been busyPearsons Hall tho best dormitory In the state will bo tho homo first of tho young men in tho college department and second for advanced students in other departments Everything in connection with this beauti ful building is now and modern Ueam heat electric lights lavatories shower baths etc Each room far to of n urnlBhod with chairs tables boor shelves clothes closet bed and ted ding steam and electricity and all tit a cost to the student so low to seem almost absurd in a northern institution Former students will hardly recognize Howard Hall This building which bears tho name of a great general of tho Civil War add a thorloughlis set aside specially for students of the academy and wo predict It will bo filled Steam and electricity have been Installed in part of Ladles Hall and will be in the remainder so soon as necessary funds can be cecured Boone Tavern has uplifted its head another story and gives to tho cor ner block a much more imposing ap Itearanco Mine Taylor now ex Pacts to be able to care for all his rapidly Increasing patronage Tho library is to bo enriched by IIIRJtIVItNT 1ROST from lawn have Host the addition of a thousand dollars worth of now books Besides these Prcs Frost during his foreign travels has picked up some rare volumes not to be found In many American librariesUnder tho personal supervision of Mr Faulkner superintendent of the I extension work this department has Specialii I academy or college work The out look for increase in attendance in these departments la especially encouraging and tho other departmentsI have by no means been neglected Taken all in all wo expect tho coming i year to ho a record breaker In point of attendanceAll should remember thatI classroom work begins at 740 Wednesday morning September HanlI 15 MINUTES OF FRIENDSHIP AND THE RESULT A boy was sitting between two corn rows holding his knees in his clasped hands He was very tired for the field where be was working was a new ground a bill side and rough A few rows above the boy sat a mun on the beam of his bulltongue plow They were the only persons to be seen in the field or any where in the mountain hollow It was nearly noon but they bad not seen much of each other since early morning for the rows turned round the hill and the boy hoeing nnd the man plowing most of the time they were out of sight and out of hearing of each other Each had been busy with his work and his thoughts The boys thoughts took the form of dreams daydreams but his dreams never got beyond a mountain cabin a crop of corn a horse andu sled To become a man and be the possessor of these was the end of his ambitionThe man had been thinking about the boy He was neither his father nor his brother but his interest in him was no less than if he had been either the one or the other And it was this interest that led him to stop plowing and take his seat upon the plow beam What do you expect to make of yourself f asked the man Haint thought much about it said the boy There was silence for a few moments and it seemed hard to go on but it was the mans turn and finally he continued Thinking anything about school f UNot much was the answer School will soon begin and the corn will be laid by and there wont be much to do about the plnce so I think you ought to go to school the farmer And after a moments petite he con tinuedYou can spell and readnow pretty well but you ought to have Geography and History this Fall nnd you might begin Arithmetic I think if you would study harddo as well at that as you do at hoeing cornyou might get a certificate in two or three years and teach a little school This would help you to go away to a good school and you might become a scholar What do you think of than I guess Id like Itwas all the boy had to say for it all seemed too big for him They went to work and soon the boy beard the 1 gee and the haw of the farmer around the hill but it was a different boy that wielded the hoe He was dreaming it is true but the cabin and the sled were no longer in his thought His dreams were of the school house and the certificate Faster and faster run his thoughts and faster and faster went the hoe He was traveling anew and road It was the road to the school Louse and to college TEN MINUTES MORE AND ITS RESULT Six years have passed and the boy stands behind the counter in a village drug store He has taught his little areala ftur months school but his money6150is gone for board and for clothes before he received it and his health is poor No more school ing for him Not that he is satisfied but the road is too hard and too long He is going to make a rlfuggist He will stop there That is better than the cabin and the sled But what about his dreams f Thev Imuut him still A cU8tomer comes in and makes a purchase He is in no burry takes a seat nbout midway between the counters and engages the clerk in conversation Going to make n druggist f That is my intention How old are you f I SeventeenDont think it would pay you to go to school some more before settling upon your life work f Yes But I cant go to school I have no money and no QUO to help mo and my health is poor have had to give up all thought of further schooling Oh not Dont say that I am sure you can have as good health in school as in a drug store And as for the money if you will make up your mind to go to school I believe we can find the way Would you be willing to workout of school hours to pay your wayCertainly That is the only way I could go at all for I havent the money and I couldnt take a gift Good Male your arrangements to get out of the store as scon as possible for know where there is a place for you And ho did and in a few years he had won a degree in College the A B degree should plan accordingly They should plan to reach town Monday or Tues day noon in order to get settled havo schedule of studies made out and work assigned so far as possible The college and its officials will extend a most cordial welcome to all students upon arrival and will bo glad to do all they can to make their stay both pleasant and profit able Young people of tho present day cannot afford not to go to college It is tho best possible of both time and money and for very llttlo money Berea College offers advantages in training tho hand tho head tho heart Department Class work to begin September 14 The Profitable Vacation Spent by Professors Each will bring new Ideals and Metho3 Into class rooms Increased Attendance for the Department Wo are pleased to announce that there will bo no changes in tho faculty of this department Each teach will bo found in his recitation rI and ready for class Wednesday morn Ing September 14 They will also bo on the ground for consultation Monday and Tuesday and may bo found at their recitation rooms at certain hours which will be posted on the bulletin board Miss Welch returns from a summer abroad spent mostly in Germany tho study of German literature InI In touch with tho everyday Ufo this great people Her subjects will bo college Greek and German Prof flame has spent tho summer in study I and original Investigation at Harvard I University Ho will again teach Psy chology and will offer new courses In English literature Prof Rumold has spent his vacation In the West and will be found in his laboratory and classroom In Science Hall Prof Robertson has spent some tlmo in travel along tho Wilderness road and in making historical investiga tions in Kentucky Virginia and Washington a rich fountain source of much of our American his tory Ho has already some articles and gathered much valuable material for uso In his classroom rear lUllS Aulgnlag Officer Collegiate Department Prof Robinson spent a few weeks in visiting friends in the Southland and then wont to Dartmouth for further study in her specialty She has completed tho necessary work for the Ph D degree in Mathematics Prof Ellis was reelected assigning officer for tho coming year and will be1 glad to advise as to courses of study etc With President Frosts re turn he gladly relinquishes tho honor of tho regency and will again re sume the teaching of his specialty Continued on fifth page modern IJ superior prepared We Acknowledge It iiWe 1 admit it frankly the Berea Bank C Trust Company wants your i business can assure you also that in return your business this bank offers courteous and efficient ser vice such accommodations as are consistent 6 with good banking and unques tioned security for every dollar entrust ed to our care We would like to number you among our depositors c- J Berea Bank Trust Co uu NEWS OF THE WEEK aI Corea no More The Kaiser Hits SnagGaynor Nearly VlcePresldents WbllTheI velts Western Trip Tariff END OF ANCIENT KINGDOM Monday tho 29th witnessed tho end of the Kingdom of Corea As the outcome of the UussoJapaneso War and by treaty agreement the Emper or of Corea issued a farewell state ment to his people and resigned the government entirely to the Japanese Jpan has mado an announcement oJ her policies and seems to bo acting in good faith toward all concerned I It is not now thought that there will be any International I RIGHT Tho BY DIVINE or of Germany has stirred up a horI nets nest by a recent speech which ho asserts his right to rule the German people is by Divine Commission The Germans have been I for some years rather proud of the I fact that they are a constitutional j monarchy and they assert that the I Kaiser holds his crown by act of Parliament Tho speech is considered another of the Emperors impol ltle utterances that may bear much I uture1Tfires In the west arc now practically i under control but the death losses I are not yet fully known and proba bly never will boo The number of known dead is now a little above 200 The monetary loss Is practically inestimable Tho States enduring tho greatest loss are Washington Idaho and Montana GAYNOR LEAVES HOSPITAL Mayor Gaynors physicians Lave allowed I him to bo taken to his home Ho Is sufficiently recovered to walk but tho exertion was too much for him and he finally fell from weakness s He is thought now to be entirely out of danger I TAFT FIXES BLAME President I Taft has Issued a ringing statement in which ho completely clears himself I of any connection with the snubbing of Col Roosevelt In his utatcment ho publishes a telegmmI which shows that ho was In connected with the movyto the ExPresident but on the shelvoI trary advised tho VicePresident to consult with him freely Tho entire blame for the unfortunate affair now i seems to bo laid at tho door Vicepresident who is keeping silentI It was a purely selfish movo on his port and underhanded which has resulted as it should have in dis crediting hlajself and greatly in creasing tho popularity of both tho President of whom ho sought to mako a tool and Mr Roosevelt whom he sought to Shelve ROOSEVELT THE SAME Mr Roosevelt is now on his western trip which is one continual ovation Ho Is tho same earnest advocate of pub lic righteousness and opponent cf political and business thievery ands finding the same enthusiastic au diences every where He Is a halo fellow well met with tho farmer with tho bronco buster with women and children with tho labor unions and even with tho politicians espe cially if they are of the Cummins DolllverBrlstow type with every body but tho mayor of Milwaukee Continued on Jut age I t r Knowledge is powerand they way to keep up with is to read a good newspaper KENTUCKY 1 urge You how improvcmentu suggested delightful I I investment College We1 for complications knowledge ilN OUR OWN STATE Rankin for CongressRoberts Re tires In Good HumorNew Judge In Thirteenth District Extension cf SaloonIRANKIN FOR CONGRESSThe Republican Committee of the Seventh Congressional District has nominated Secretary of Agriculture Rankin for Congress in that District A few weeks ago there was much excite ment in the District over the Democratic nomination Campbell Cantr111ktho present incumbent lover State Senator Thomas of Paris There seems to be much dissatisfac tion In the ranks of the Democrats + with Mr Cantrtll and it is believed that Mr Rankin will give him a hard p raceNO SAYS ATTORNEY GENER ALIn an opinion handed to Supt Rcgcnstcln by Attorney General Breathltt It Is said that tho office of Supt of Public Instruction is a State office and that an election canJ not be held to fill It this Fall as there is no election for State officers this Fall It would seem from this 4 that the Attorney General would hold that tho members of the Court of Appeals are not State officers In tho Constitutional sense EXCITEMENT IN JACKSON Tho Coroners jury which inquired into the murder of John Abner in Jack son last week has rendered its ver dict and charges Jason Deaton John Davidson and Hacker Combs as principles and Tom Davidson as an accessory All the accused have been arrested with tho exception cf Deaton There is great excitement in the town the factions being lined up for trouble and the mllltla company Is being held in readiness to be called out if there should be need ROBERTS SETS GOOD EXAMPLE Mr S J Roberts who has been Internal Revenue Collector of the Seventh District for more than 12 years has been succeeded by Field Contrary to tho usual ColfMr Roberts retires ungrudgingly not only BO but ho is to give a fine banquet in honor of his succes IIJUDGEi recently Tho appointment has been severely criticised by State Auditor James on tho ground that tho act I lJOUtlcsIIIIchtion considered In the selection u of Mr Walker was the fact that ho- is a Bradley adherent Governor Cox rtplltrt that ho appointed Judge Wal h because ho was the best man for tho place J L E TO EXTEND The L k E Railroad has amended its articles of Incorporation so as to permit au Increase of Indebtedness from four tot ten million dollars It is tho expressfed purpose of tho company to ox tend its line from Jackson on thru the mountains to the Virginia line and there make some eastern con I 4nectionWHAT THE SALOON STANDS I- iFORAn attempt was mado last week to blow up tho homo of Judgo Plummer of Carlisle who has been very active In his efforts to secure 4 tho enforcement of tho local option laws Tho culprits havo not beenItfound but the deed Is freely attribut ed to the whiskey clement I a i sI13VIHA NCluffonD= AUTHOR Or VlftACJMeA ARETHUW lLLWTRATIONY s 7WEIL i COPYAJMT 907 OYffilfUOSt CXAWfVKO SYNOPSIS I Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored- of oa golden bearded stronger who was respecting and studying herb In the vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed Ito him the location of s mine of rubles hoping that the stranger would love her In return for her disclosureI They were followed to the cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the en I supplTleavlniSaad her betrothed to down a cllll overlooking the mine but I the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad carried dug his way out ot the tunnel and departed deserting the girl and carrying a bag of rubles Uaraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pur suit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous prIma donna became engaged In London to Konstantln Lo gothetl a wealthy Greek financier Her Intimate friend was Countess Leven known as Lady Maud whose husband had been killed by a bomb In St Peters and Lady Mauds most Intimate frond was Rufus Van Torp an Amerl can who had become ono O the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed tI London as soon as he heard of her betrothal He Lady Maud J5000000 for her pet chary would aid him In winning- the singer from Logothetl Daraka ap proached Logothetl at Versailles with rubles to sell lie pneented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp btight a yacht and sent It to Venice lie was visited by Daraka In male attire She gave him a ruby after the American had told her of maniMargarettogaret took a liking to Van Torp who presented her with the ruby DarakaI given him Count Krallnsky a Russian arrIved at Dayreuth Van believed I pursuingt3arakacharge of from Plnney a I LogothetlTwoMaud believed that Logothetls associa I I suspicionTorp believed that Krallnsky was theI cowboy he had known In his young man ood Logothetl secured Barakas release and then with her as his guest Went to sea on hi yacht Ertnnl1 Daraka explains her plans for revenge on the man who had deserted her and left her moderatingbar CHAPTER XContlnued I But this womans dressing Is very I difficult to learn Baraka went on leaning back upon the rail with both elbows and sticking out tier littleI white shoes close together Without the girl Maggy whom you have found for mebut her name is Oula and she is a good Mussulman without her Allah knows what I should dol I could not on these things for myself alone I cannot take them off When I was like a man buttons Two three four twentywhat did it matter All the same way and soon done But now I cannot tell what I am made of Allah knows and sees what I am made of Hooks eyes strings little bits one way little bits the other way the rigging of shipsthose Turkish ships with many mall salts that go up the Bosphorus you remember And it is all behind as if one had no front Oula knows how it is done But if I were alone without her help Allah is my witness I would tie the things all round mo decently and sit very for fear they should come owl That Is what I should dot Ttv Creek thought ker extremely amusing She punctuated her expla nations with small gestures Indicative of her ignorance and helplessness You will soon grow used to It he said But you must get some pretty things In Paris jefore you go to meet the man It would also be better to let your hair grow long before meeting him for it Is hard to wear tho hats of the Ferlnghl ladles without hair- I cannot wait so long as that Only to got pretty dresses only so long I will spend a thousand pounds or two Is that enough T I have much money in Paris I can give much You can get a good many things for a thousand pounds even In Paris Logothetl answeredIBaraka laughed It will not be what I paid for the first clothes after I ran away she said I did not know then what the stones were worth A little ruby to one woman for a shift and an tunic a little ruby to another for a pair of shoes a little ruby for a veil and a headblanket all little ruble 1 For each thing one I did not know the women did not know But at Samarkand I sold one for money to a I good Persian merchant and what gave me was enough for the hI for me and the old woman hired there till we got to Tiflls for tho Persian merchants everywhere gave mo letters from one to another and their wives took me In or I should have been robbed That Is how I reached Stamboul after many many months more than a year The Persian merchants are good men All fear them because they are wise In their dealings but they are honest men They do not lie but they are silent and shake their beads and you must guess what they mean and if you do not guess right that is your fault not theirs Why should they speak when they can hold their peace But this is all emptiness I We must talk of the fine dresses I must buy In Paris and of what 1 must put on my head The barbers In Paris sell wigs I have seen them in the windows very well made ot all colors even of the I II What Hat Happened She Cried Are You III Dear real put like still over Khenna color I shall wear a wig so that the beautiful Ferlngbl hat will stay on I shall perhaps wear a Khon nacolored wig- I should not advise a wig said Logothetl gravely certainly not one of that dye You know and you are a friend When I feel rested we will go to Paris and you shall take me to all the richest shops and tell them In French what I want Will you I shall do all I can to help you answered tho Greek wondering what would happen if his friends met him piloting a lovely barbarian about between tho smartest linen drapers and the most fashionable dressmakers establishment In the Rue de la Pair The two dined on deck with shaded lights but screened from the draught of the ships way The evening was cool and the little maid had dressed Batata In a way that much disturbed I c nww+ a+w r JrT 1Pher for her taper arms were bare to tho elbows and the pretty little ready- made French dress was open at her ivory neck and the skirt fitted so closely that she almost fancied herself in mans clothes again But on her head she would only wear a largo veil confined by a bit of gold cord and she drew one fold under her chin and threw it over the opposite shoul der to be quite covered and sho was glad when sho felt cold and could wrap herself in the wldo traveling cloak they had bought her and yet not seem to do anything contrary to the customs of a real Ferlnghl lady CHAPTER XI Lady Maud found Mr Van Torp waiting for her at the Bayrouth sta tionYou dont mean to say youve como right through The inquired looking at her with admiration as he grasped her hand Youre as fresh as paint Thats rather a dangerous thing to say to a woman nowadays sho an swered in her rippling voice But mlno wont come off How is Marga retHer tone changed as she asked the questionShe showed mo your letter about Logo answered her friend without heeding the question and watching her face to see If she were surprised She got into the carriage ho had brought find ho stood by the door waiting for tho porter who was get ting her luggage She had no maid with her Im glad you have told me she answered though I wish she had not You probably think that when I wrote that letter I remembered what you said to me in London about glv ing me money for my poor women No said Van Torp thoughtfully I dont believe I do think so It was like me to make the offer Maud It- was like the sort of man Ive been aBi youve known me But It wouldnt have been like you to accept it It I wasnt exactly lowdown of me to say what I did but its so precious like lowdown that I wouldnt say it again and I suppose Im sorry Thats all Ills rough hand was on tho sldo of tho little open carriage Sho touched it lightly with her gloved fingers and withdrew them Instantly for the porter was coming with her not very voluminous luggage Thank you she said quickly 1 understood and I understand now They drove slowly up the Babnhof strasse through the dull little towh that looks so thoroughly conscious of its ancient respectability as having once been tho resldenz of a duko of Wurtemburg and of its vast Importance as the headquarters of Richard Wagners representatives on earth See here said Mr Van Torp rye almost persuaded them all to run down to Venice and I want to know why you wont come tooT Venice Lady Maud was surprised Its as hot as Tophet now and full of mosquitoes Why in the world do you want to take them there Weli answered the American taking plenty of time over the monosyllable I didnt exactly mean to stay there more than a few minutes Ive bought a pretty nlco yacht singe I saw you and shes there eating her head off and I thought you might all come along with mo on her and go home that way or somewhere and what I want you to decide right away Is whether youll come provided they wlllror I dont suppose you and I could go mooning around In the yacht by ourselvesAnd suppose returned Lady Maud mimicking him ever so little that If they decide not to come you will have time for a long cruiseNow thats not fair objected the American I didnt intend to put it in that way Anyhow will you come if they doT Thats the point Really it depends a little on who they are Do you mean only Marga ret and that nice old friend of herMrs Patmore isnt shoT I never met her Rushmore said Van Torp correct- Ing her Then theres the Russian Count Krallnnky Ever hear that nameNever It sounds Polish He might bo anything Sometimes Im absolutely sure hes a man I used to know out west when I was on the ranch and then again theres something quite different about him Something about his legs or his eyes I cant tell which I dont quite make him out They reached tho hotel and Van Torp went off promptly leaving Mar garet to take Lady Maud upstairs and Introduce her to Mrs Rushmore Ap hour later the two young wom en were together in Margarets room while Potts was unpacking for Lady Maud in the one that had been lie cured for her in spite of all sorts of difficultiesTho donna was sitting at her toilet table turned away from tho glass and Lady Maud occupied the only possible chair there was a small low easy chair apparently much too small for such a tall woman but less uncomfortable than it looked Are you going on Mr Van Torps yacht asked Lady Maud suddenly He spoke to mo about it on the way from the station and asked me to come in case you accept- I dont know Will you go If I do That might make a difference Ir + t r i Lady Maud did not answer at once Sho wished that she knew how mat ters had guns between Margaret and Van Torp during tho last few days for silo sincerely wished to help him now that sho had mado up her mind as to Logothctis real character Nevertheless her love pf fair play made her feel that the Greek ought to be allowed a chance of retrieving himselfYes she said at last Ill go on ono condition At least its not a condlUon my dear Its only a sug gestion though I hato to make one Dont think me too awfully cheeky will you Margaret shook her head but looked very grave I feel as If I were getting into a bad scrape she said and I shall be only too glad of any good advice Tell me what I had better do I must tell you something else first as a continuation of my letter for all sorts of things happened after I wrote It Sho told Margaret all that has been already narrated concerning the news that Baraka had been set at largo on Logothetls sworn statement that the ruby was not his and that ho had seen It In her possession in Paris and sho told how she had tried to find him at his lodgings and had failed and how strangely the leatherfaced secretarys answers had struck her and how she had seen Barakas gloves and stick In Logothotls hall and finally she said she bad taken it Into her head that Logothetl had spirited away the Tartar girl on his yacht which as every one In town had known through the papers was at Cones and in commission For Logo explainedhisthe fact that he had been off in the Erlnna for two days out of reach of newsMargarets face grew darker as she listened for she knew Lady Maud too well to doubt but that every word was more than scrupulously true and the deduction was at least a probable ono She bit her lip as she felt her anger rising again I What do you advise me to dor she asked In a sullen tone Telegraph to Logo and prepay an answer of 20 words Telegraph to his I rooms In St James placo and at the same time to his house in Paris Telegraph anything you like that really needs an immediate reply Thats the important thing If he docs hot answer within 21 hours cay 36 at the most he Is either on his yacht or hiding Excuse the ugly word dearI dont think of any other It you are afraid of the servants Ill take the message to the telegraph office and send It for you I suppose you have some way of signing which the clerks dont recognize If you sign at all Margaret leaned back in her chair in silence After a few seconds she turned towards the glass rested her chin on her folded knuckles and seemed to be consulting her own ro flexion It Is a way some women have Lady Maud glanced at her from time to time but said nothing At last the prima donna rose with a sweep that upset the light chair behind her one of those magnificent sweeps that look to well on the stage and are a little too largo for a room She got her blotter and pen from a shelf brought it back to the toilet table picked up the chair In a very quiet and sensible way as If she had never beta on the stage ic her life and sat down to write- I shall take your advlco dear she said opening the blotter and placing a large sheet ot paper in the right po sitionLady Maud rose and went to the window where she stood looking out while Margaret wrote her message You neednt write it out twice she said without turning round Just put duplicate message and both ad dressesYes Thank you Margaret was already writing Her message said it was absolutely neces sary that she should see Logothetl directly and bade him answer at once if he could come to Bayreuth if important financial affairs hindered him she herself would return im mediately to Paris to see him She was careful to write financial affairs for she would not admit that any other consideration could delay his obedience While she was busy she heard but scarcely noticed an unearthly hoot from a big motor car that was pausing before the hotel There must have been something In the way for tho thing hooted again almost at oucc and then several times In quick succession as It a gl gantic brazen ass were beginning to bray Just under the vIndow The noises ended In a sort of wild tri umphant howl with a furious pulling and tho motor took Itself off Just as Margaret finished She looked up and saw Laay Maud half bent as If sho had been struck sho was clinging with ono band to the flimsy chintz curtain and her face was as white as a sheet Margaret started In surprise and rose to her fuel so suddnly that sho upset the chair again What hat happened 7 she cried Are you 111 dear T The delicate color came slowly back to the smooth cheeks the thorough bred figure in black drew itself up with elastic dignity and the hand let go rILady Maud aa wered Did I frighten you It was nothing and its quite gone I assure youYou looked dreadfully Ill for a moment Margaret said in a tone of concern Wont you let me send for somethingIcedto eat or drink for hours How dis gracefully thoughtless of mel She was Just going to ring but her friend stopped her Noplease she cried Im all right indeed I am The room la a little warm I think and Ive been shut up In that stuffy train for 30 hours Have you written your telegram Ill put on my hat at once and take it for goodWheretell me downstairs Dont bother Walking always brings me round no matter what has happened Sho spoko nervously in disjointed phrases In a way not like herself for there was generally an air of easy calm In all sho did as If nothing really mattered In the least save When she was deeply Interested and hardly anything Interested her now except what she had made her work in all that belonged to that she was energetic direct and quick Margaret was sure that something was wrong but let her go since she insisted and Lady Maud folded tho written message and went to tho door Just as she was going to turn the handle Margaret spoke to her If I have no answer to that by tomorrow afternoon I shall accept Mr Van Torps invitation- I hope you will go Lady Maud said with sudden decision for if you do I can go with you and Im dying to see the now yacht Margaret looked at her In surprise for it was only a Httlo while since she had seemed much less ready to Join the party and only willing to do so If at all In order to please her r lend She saw Margarets expression Yes she said as It in explanation Ive been thinking It over in tho last few minutes and I want very much to go with you all I shall be back in less than an hour An hour Say half an hour I want a good and tall in her mourning Lady Maud went down tho stairs of tho hotel As she was going out the hall porter raised his cap and sho stopped a moment and asked him which was the nearest way to tho telegraph office Ho sttvod ou tho doorstep and pointed in tbo direction she was to follow as he answered her you tell me she asked whoso motor car it was that passed about ten minutes ago and made so much noise Count my lady the porter answered for he spoke good English and had the true hotel por tern respect for the British arlstoc racy abroad Igo was t with the T big fair beard 1 suppose Yes thank you She went out into the dull street with Its monotonous housos all two stories high and she soon found the telegraph office and sent Margarets duplicate message She bud not glanced at It but the clerk asked her questions about words that were no quite clearly written and she was obliged to read It through It occurred to her that It was couched in extremely peremptory terms even for an of fended brideelect but that was none of her business She resumed her walk not knowing whither and not caring always at the same even pace and hardly noticing tho people who passed her of whom a good many were in twohorse cabs some In queer little German motors and a few on foot and she thought and wondered and tried to under stand but could not At all events she was glad to be alone she was glad not to have oven Van Torp with her and she was quite Indifferent to the fact that time was passing and that Margaret was beginning to woa der where In the world she was My dear child Mrs Rushmore said when the prima donna expressed her surprise those English people are all alike when they are once out on a road by themselves They must take a long walk They never know when to stop walking I cannot un derstand what they can see In It Per Imps you will kindly touch tho bell my dear and I will send the tea away It can be brought fresh for her when sho comes Thank you Margaret But she will not come In till it Is Just time to dross for dinner Mark my words my child the countess will be Into for dinner All English people are Have you hoard from Mons Lo gothetl today Not today Margaret answered repressing a little start for sho was as near to being nervous as she over was and she was thinking of him Just then and the question had come sud denly Sent Margarets Duplicate MenageI walkStraight questionCan Krallnskys gentleman I think It Is time you heard from him said Mrs Rushmore her natur al severity asserting Itself I should think that after those very strange stories in tho papers he would write to you and explain or como himself By tho by perhaps you will kindly pass me the Herald my dear What did you once tell me was tho name ot his yachtTho rluna Margaret answered handing Mrs Rushmoro the sheet Exactly I I think that means the Fury Ho told mo It was the name of a Greek poetess Margaret observed TO UK CONTINUED Peculiar Family Reunion There Is a man in New York a brilliant writer who twice divorced Is now living happily with his third wife Last year he gavo a dinner to his three wives and ho said U wa really a delightful reunion i r the and t Reprinted from an article ar rewdore Itooult In The Outlook by epeelat arrangement with The Outlook of which Theodore nooeevelt la Contributing Editor Copyright 1110 by The Outlook Company All Rights Reserved BELIEVE that Governor Hughes has been support ed by the bulk of tho wlsi set and most disinterested public opinion as regards most of his measures and positions and I think that this has been markedly tho case as regards direct primary nominations I know that many honest and sincere men are on principle opposed to Governor Hughes on this point and I know also that the proposed reform will very possibly accomplish less than Its ex treme advocates expect while I am well aware as of course all thinking a men must be that tho worth of any such measure In tho last resort de pends upon the character of the vot ers and that no patent device will ever secure good government unless the people themselves devote sum dent energy time and judgment to make the device work Finally I i freely admit that hero and there iwbere tho principle of direct nomina tions has been applied In too crude ahapo or wrongheadedly It has while abolishing certain evils produced or accentuated othersIn certain cases tar instance putting a premium upon the lavish expenditure of money But while I freely admit all this I nevertheless feel In the first place that on the fundamental Issue of di rest primary nomination the flower not is right and In the second place that as tho measure finally came ups for action In the state legislature It was woll nigh tree from all objections save those of the men who object to It because they are opposed to any change whatever In tho desired direction The bill provided only for direct popular action In the primaries in relatlvoly small geo graphical and political communities r thoroby making the experiment first where there was least liability to serious objection sad avoiding or deter e ring the task of dealing with those big communities where the difficulties and J dangers to be overcome would be y greatest Moreover while guarantee i ing full liberty of Individual action It also piovldcd for the easy nmlnto i naanco of party organization and thereby avoided some very real danr gers among them that of encourag t ing the use of masses of the minority party In any given district to dictate I tho actions of tho majority party In other words tbo proposed bill while It marked a very real stop In advance was tentatively and cautiously tram ed and provided all possible Safe guards against abuses If In practice It had failed to work In any particu lar there would have been no possible difficulty in making whatever amend ments or changes were necessary Tho Republican party was in the uuuuu IDEAS ABOUT THE RAINBOW N Notions Held by People of Different Countries Regard ing the Bow In many countries the rainbow Is spohon of as being a great bent pump or siphon tube drawing water from tho earth by mechanical moans In r parts of Russia In the Don country and also in Moscow and vicinity It is known by a name which Is eQulva lent to the bent water plpo In y nearly all Slavonic dialects It Is a known by terms signifying tho cloud siphon and in Hungary It Is the pump Noahs pump and The Malayan natives call It by the same name that they do their manded water cobra only that they tdd boba meaning doubleheaded the equivalent In our language being the doubleheaded watersnake They tell you that the bow is a real thing of life that It drinks with its two mouths and that the water is transferred to the clouds through an opening in tho upper side of tho cen tre of tho great arch In the province of Charkav Russia the rainbow is laid to drain tho wells and to prevent this many ore provided with heavy tighl fitting stone platforms- In the province of Saratov tho bow n Not Then DaconI see a patent has been granted for an attachment to rocking Chairs to operate a fan to cool tie And when a man goes into the dark room and stubs his too igalnst tho rocker we do not think he new attachment will cool him off any Yonkers Statesman The Common Notion 1 Whats your Idea of success Getting 50 for a nickels worth of rock or tr Theodore Roosevelt Governor Hughes Legislature Primary Reform t fundamentally 0Queer o- dtopump KcupantsEgbert majority in both houses of the legis laturo which refused to carry out the Republican governors recommenda lions and although It was only R minority of tho Republican members which brought about this refusal the party cannot escape a meaureof re- sponsIbility for the failure but it li only just to remember that a clear majority of the Republican members of each house supported the bill whereas three fourths or over of the Democrats opposed it This Is one of the cases where It Is easier to apportion Individual than party respond bility Those who believe that by their action they have definitely checked tho movement for direct popular prI- maries are In my judgment mistaken In Its essence this is a movement to make tho government more democratic more responsive to the wishes and needs of the people as a whole With our political machinery It Is es sential to have an efficient party but the machinery ought to bo suited to democratic and not oligarchic customs and habits The question whether In a soif governing republic we shall have selfgoverning parties is larger than the particular bill Wo hold that the right of popular selfgovernment Is Incomplete unless It Includes the right of tho voters not merely to choose be tween candidates when they have been nominated but also the right to determine who these candidates shall be Under our system of party gov ernment therefore the voters should bo guaranteed tho right to determine within the ranks of their respective organizations who the candidates ot the parties will be no less than the right to choose between the cand dates when the candidates are pro seated them There is no desire to break down the responsibility ot party organization under duly consti tuted party leadership but there is a desire to make this responsibility real and to give tho members of the party the right to say whom they desire tc execute this leadership In New York state no small part of the strength of the movement has come from the popular conviction that many of tho men most prominent In party leadership tend at times to forget than In a democracy the function of a political leader must normally bo to lead not to drive We tho men who compose the great bulk of the community wish to govern ourselves Wo welcome leadership but we wish our leaders to understand that they derive their strength from us and that although we look to them for guidance we ex pect this guidance to bo In accord anco with our Interests and our Ideals THEODORE ROOSEVELT Is said to be under the control of three angels one of whom pumps the water tho second feeds tho clouds and the third sends the rain Many im probable and Impossible things would happen if you could only get In reach of tho now The little Turk is told that If he would have a sliver head with gold teeth and ruby eyes he has but to touch the orange stripe In Greece they say that tho person so unfortu nate as to stumble over the end of the how will have his or her sex imme dlately changed Only Classified- I confess to being rather particular about my pajamas said the fastidi ous man and I had an experience last week that nearly gave me nervous Iirostretlon until I saw tbo humor of the situation I was staying In a little country town down In Maryland and it walt necessary to send some soiled clothing to the laundry the one laun dry of which tho village boasted Judge of my surprise when my stuff was returned to me to find that my pajamas had been heavily starched with decided creases Ironed dorm In front I was not only en raged but mystified as well until In looking over tho bill I came to this itemOne tennis suit35 cents Had a Native Gift for It Artist Ah Giles good morning I want you to come and give me H few sittings some time I suppose you can Iitt Giles Can I sett Lor yes like an old hen A Plunge Into the Prosaic See tho beautiful sunset colors on the water said the poetic young womanIm glad to know what they are replied the nearsighted man I thought tho bathing suits had faded O- fh I tTHE MARKETSCi- ncinnati 1 Miscellaneous Butter Extras 32c Ib firsts 31e fancy dairy 21 He Poultry Hens icl- b spring chickens 13c spring ducks EggsPrimoApples Maiden Blush 3 bbl fancy 1 medium 150a2 Huckleberries 3a 360 bu Peaches 175a2CO crate Po tatoes Homegrown 22ua235 bbl sweet 275 bbl Pears Seckles 460a5 bbl Plums Wild Gooso lal50 bu abundant 75ca125 damsons 150a 175 6baskot crate Sugar Corn lOa 124c doz String Beans lal26 2bu eartc Tomatoes 90cal bu Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 6a7 butcher steers extra Sja625 good to cnolco 475a590 rs extra 485aC good to choice 435a475 cows extra lCOa47fi good to choice 4a460 Bulls Bolognas 32Ca425 fat bulls 425 goo47a875885a9 good to choice packers and packers9a910sows 576a765 light shippers 910a 925 pigs 110 Ibs and less 87Ca 925 ShopExtra 410a425 good to Lambs Extra 6753685 good to choice 550a6C6 yearlings 4a5Cincinnati Grain WheatNo2 red lal02 No3 red 93a9c CornNo2 white G416a yellow No 3 mixed 624aG3c yellow ear 62a 64c mixed car GlnCtc white ear 62a 64c OatsNo2 white J5a36c NO 3 white 34V4a35c standard white 35a 35c No 2 mixed 33V4a34c No 3 timothylS2IiaI93 timothy 15al560 No1 clover mix ed 15alC No2 clover mixed 13a14 Barley No 2 spring SOaSSc No3 70a 75c RyeNo2 75a7c No3 72a74c MaltSpring barley 87n90c POLITICS RETARD ACTIVITY Business Confidence Is Being Strength ened as Harvests Are Being Gathered New YorkDuns Review says Crop prospects are Improving Bust ness confidence is strengthened as the harvests are being gathered and tho period of the midsummer Inaction draws to a close On tho other hand renewed political activity makes for that uncertainty that tends to retard enterprise That there has been and Btlll is contraction in a number of Important lines cnn not be denied maInlyInIn the cutting allot transactions for tho future Thcro still remains tho great business of supplying current needs and reports from leading trado renters indicate that this business is beginning to expand as the tall sea son approaches and the harvests are assuredIn dry goods notwithstanding the moderation displayed by buyers In rurchases for tho future there are signs of expansion among the Jobbers as the result of a better retail trade The footwear and hide and leather trades are unsatisfactory Low prices on steel billets and sheet bars have brought out considerable Inoulry in the Ilttsburg district and several sheet and tinplate plants are reported to have covered their requirements on sheet nnd tin bars for tho balance of the year Slight concessions in prices which first developed last week In the west- on low and medium grades of foot wear are now being made quito gen orally but business on the whole is still quiet and unsatisfactory Bank exchanges this week at all leading cities in tho United States ag gregate 2201115297 n loss of 202 per cent compared with last year and of 212 per cent compared with 190C This poor comparison as In earlier weeks continues to be due to the marked decrease In the volume of ex changes nt New York City where ex treme dullness in the speculative finan cial mntkcts has a pronounced effect on bank clearings Compared with last year most cities outside that con ter reports gains although decreases at n few Important points result In small net tosses In this respect the comparison with 1906 is more favorable for although seven out of tho 13 cities reporting show more or less decrease the large gains made by Tlaltlmore Fltteburg Cleveland Chicago Kansas City and San Francisco produce an Increase In the total outside New York of 10 per cent Dullness Failures New York llradstroots says Business failures in the United States for the week ending August 2t were 235 against 222 last week 201 In iho like week of 1909 22G In 1908 1C7 In 1907 end 138 In 1906 Business failures in Canada for the week ending with Thursday last number 25 which compared with 26 last week and 32 In the corcspondlng week In1909Wheat including flour exports for tho United States nnd Canada for tho week endIng August 25 aggregate 293914 bushels against 1497541 bushels last week and 2934M3 bush els this week last year For the eight weeks ending August 25 exports are 10341365 bushels against 14028203 bushels In the corresponding week last year Corn exports for the week are 139 1C9 bushels against 48537 bushels last week and SSG03 bushels in 1909 For tho eight weeks ending August corn reports are 2099002 bushels against 734492 bushels last year THE KINGS- MARRIAGE FEAST Soadijr School UIIOD for pl111010 SpeeUllr Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew SM Mem ory verse II 9 GOLDEN TEXTMany ere called but few are choien Matthew n1f- TUIETuuday April 4 A D ifl Three before the Crucinxlon PLACE Tbe Temple court at Jars alem Suggestion and Practical Thought The Kingdom of Heaven Like a Wedding Feast Vs 1 2 And Jesus answered the unspoken needs desires and questions of the people By para bles the most picturesque method compelling attention but not antagon istic The enemy could not easily at tack it while to those who wished to know It was full of light The kingdom of heaven the new order which he came to establish on earth In which each citizen lived ac cording to the laws of heaven Tho king represented God The son was Jesus Christ This feast represents all the bless lags which God has provided In his gospel enjoyed In large measure here and perfected In heaven The em phasis Is on the marriage the union between Christ and his people It Is the highest ideal of love and friend ship It expresses intimate fellowship with God the mutual love and delight In one another the protecting care on the one hand and perfect trust on the other the unity of purpose of char acter of hope the abiding forever In one perfect home all of which belong to the union of Christ with believers Tho Invitation Vs 3 4 And sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden Literally to call the called to summon those who had previously been Invited because they bad no timepieces and the hour when the feast could be ready was very un certain This custom Is not now observed very strictly among the com mon people nor In cities where west ern manners have greatly modified the Oriental but In Lebanon it still prevails If a sheik begs or emeer In vites ho always sends a servant to call you at the proper time These having refused to come ho sent forth other servants who were not merely to Invite to but to command the feast with a view to create a desire Behold I have prepared my dinner my oxen and my fallings i e smaller animals as lambs calves specially fed for the occasion All things are ready come How the Invitation Was Received Vs 3C They refused without giving any reason they would not come They almply did not regard the invitation as worth attending to They treated It with Indifference They plead other interests Their farm duties their business gains weighed more than their kings service and good will Others displayed active opposition The king was wroth Any ordinary earthly king would be angry at the insult and indignant at the fol ly of those that refused and would feel tile necessity of punishing those who openly rebelled in the act of re fusing There was no other way of preserving his kingdom Gods anger is never passion never desire to harm even the worst of beings but a burning Indignation against wrong Go yet therefore into the highways Or tile partings of the highways the crossroad tho places where great numbers meet the broad well trodden ways of the world Gather together all both bad and good whoever was willing to come and by that very act showed I that they wanted to be good The fullness of the time had come Tho preparations were complete Everything was prepared for the redemption of manheaven love the atonement the strongest motives tho power of the Holy Spirit The world was In the best condition for the com ing of Christ Never before or since has there been so fitting a time one government one language peace roads synagogues of the Jews everywhere The slaying of the animals Is an allusion to sacrifice Only when the Lamb was slain on Calvary were all things ready for the marriage The long preparations for the Gospel were completed the forerunner had done his work Jesus himself had come from Heaven and had taught the Jews the divine message The leading Jews had very much at staketheIr country their holy city their temple their synagogues their rank aud wealth their leadership of the people They were so busy with these they were so afraid they would lose them if they accepted the humble Nnzarene as their teacher and obeyed his precepts that they were unwill ing even to consider his claims The kingdom of God was trans formed from the Jewish nation to the Gentiles The Jews henceforth Instead of being the people and kingdom of God would be a more Semitic nation ality Many of them then and since belong to the kingdom of the Messiah The Messianic kingdom Is today the mightiest power on earth There has never ben a king on earth with a tithe of the power and Influence and of the number of sub jects which King Jesus today pos sessen The world Is still full of excuses for not coming many of them mere ex cures but WI must look much deeper for the real reasons And we should bo far mOre careful to understand and remove tho reasons than to try to an swer their excuses It Is for this rea son that much of the arguing with Irreligious men Is so useless It is like scraping the furred tongue but lear log the fever ISis Berea College 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 str Beats fro 27 states I Largest college library IB Kentucky NO SALOONS + A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others lilc himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blblfc Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Manajrajnent etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork + Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn t ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young maa may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Erea 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 German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltM uso 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 first claM certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and ratnmg necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berca College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re- ceIved from students la paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcrea in order that It may train young men and women fur 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 alck the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except tlioso with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train L Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win 1 IpenlctPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beettbut as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coop eraIlive store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights washoIlag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 coats 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 buildiIngs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for moss students is 500 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colic giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows FALL Model School VocationalNormal Academy College I I Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 560 560 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 946 V Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks duo Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 3060 3160 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 v WINTER Incidental Fee 500 1 60J Room 600 600 Board Ii wsako 90ft 900 700II E Amount due Jan 4 1911 2001 = 2101 2 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 901 900 100 Total for teme 2900 3000 f3 tOO SPRING If paid In advance 2850 2950 3051 I Incidental Fee i 500 1 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 6 weeks 675 675 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 675 676 675 Total for term 2350 2360 2460 I It If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 r REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fraoILion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occa cloned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalt of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining r weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re calve a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berca College on payment of term bills by the sta tent In person or a brother or sister It presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 14 1910 4 I a The first day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 1911 For Informatloa or friendly advice writ to the Secretary c4WILL Ce GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKYi y r J t l NEW FALLC- OMING GOODS I IN EVERY DAY EVERYTHING FOR LADIES r t COYLES DRY GOODS STOREYou pay less or get more 4 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE IDS OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H BRECK Fire anti Accident InsuranceI Phone 505 Richmond Ky t i WANTED All the fresh county butter Top prices i J S Gott Depot Street Mr and Mrs H W Osborne of Chicago 111 are visiting Mr and Mrs T J Osborne Miss Edith Fairchild of New York a granddaughter of former President Fairchild Is staying at Boone Tavern and visiting friends this week Several dishes were left at the Tabernacle last Saturday The owners can get them by going to MrsEarlys storeMisses Zoda Greenlee and Mary Pickering and Letcher Gabbard en tertalned a nufnber of young folks at Boone Tavern Friday night A conservation game In which Mr U B Davison took the prize as the best talker and Indoor football were playedFARM FOR SALE SO acres 25 acres in woodland 25 In cultivation Good bouse good barn plenty of water A mile and a half from Berea Price 800 dollars For particulars see or write W J Blanton Berea Ky I The Rev A E Thomson will preach next Sunday at the Union church After the sermon communion services will be held Miss Beulah Young of Baldwin came to Berea to attend the Sundry school convention last Saturday and visitedover Sunday with Miss Helen Dizney She will return to Berea for school this Fall Prof and Mrs Rlgby returned last Wednesday from their vacation spent in the west with relatives Mr R T Avon Burke Washington D C in the employ of the Geolog ical Survey spent several days In and around Berea making observations I Mr Burritt Fee who has been vie Iting relatives and friends in Berea for some time returned to Clarks- burg Ind last Saturday 4 Mrs Anna H Fay entertained Mr and Mrs H B Jones of Binning ham Ala Miss Anna Hanson and Mr Burrltt Fee at Boone Tavern last Thursday night Miss Nettle Oldham who is teach ing at Rockford was in town Sun day fora short time A note from Mrs K U Putnam says she expects to be in Berea Sept 9th Miss Helen Kneeland and Miss Webster of Lexington took supper at Boone Tavern Sunday night Miss Ruth Putnam arrived last Sat urday night from Northport Mich and Is spending a week at Boone Tavern in rest and study She takes a position this fall as teacher off Latin and German in the Sue Ben nett Memorial at London Ky 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 I I I =FOR SALE Eight room house about one acre lot good well and lIarnI 1000 W H Bower Miss Bess Marsh returned last week from Washington where she spent a year She will be a Senior this yearMr C 1 Garrett of Great Falls Montana arrived Monday to enter school lie will be in the academy The joint C E Meeting at the Con gregational church last Sunday night was well attended Mr Jesse Murrll Miss Etta Lewis and the Rev M K Pasco gave interesting talks on various phases of mission work In Asia Mary Pickering will lead the C- Eo meeting next Sunday night at the Union Church with the subject Christ Our Savior Mrs J W Evans and son Frank are spending several days with Mrs Evans parents in Rockcastle County Mr and Mrs J Burdette went to Hugh Sunday to see Will Parks who is very sick Miss Ida Lewis spent last week with relatives near Kingston Mrs Calfee and Clelland returned last Saturday from Chautauqua Dr Mr Isaac Hacker after teaching for two months in the pubic schools has returned to Berea for the Fall term Mrs A E Thomson went to Cincinnati Monday for treatment She was accompanied by Miss Click of the Berea Hospital Mr and Mrs Caleb Robinson are the proud parents of a son born tlona lay Mr and Mrs J J Brannaman left Wednesday morning for French Lick Springs where they will remain for ten days after which they will vis- It friends in Ashland Ky Mr Burt Holder who has been visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J M Early returned to his home at Roanoke Ala Aug 27th Oscar Clark who has been working in a printing department In Louis ville is visiting in Berea for a few days He then expects to go to Colorado where he will attend school the coming year Regent Ellis returned last week rom his vacation spent in Southern Michigan with friends His health which was somewhat impaired by the hard work of the past year has been greatly Improved by the real rest which he has had Mrs E F Coyle was called to Wlldle Saturday to see her mother who is very ill Mr Mat McCollum who has been serving in the United States Navy for the past four years returned to Be ret last week Edgar Brockman of Big Ulll was In town Monday on business Henry BIngham was in Berea over SundayE Wyatt Isin town for a vis it with home folks Mss Lucy Holliday has been spend- Ing several days with her friend Bet tie Herndon at her country home Charley Allen left Monday for the home of his brotherinlaw in Okfa homa where he expects to work for the next few years Miss Louise Frey left Thursday for a visit of several days with her parents at Llnnle Ky MRS EARLYS FLY TORMEN- TI TO PREVENT IT Ieows that are bitten and pestered all day by flies cant do their best You know that as well as we do no wonder the milk yield falls off during the summer How can horses work or travel when they are continually kicking and switching at flies and mos quitoes How 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 Quite a number of our Berea cltI zens attended the fair at London last weekMrs Thomson has returned from Cincinnati where she was joined byi Thomson They were accompanied WashingtonIrsJohn Gabbard was in Richmond last Thursday to see the Doctors Gibson Mr Wm Duff and father left this week for a visit with relatives la Clay County Mr Walter Wyatt who has been for severalyears la at homo Ira a visit with his parents Mr and Mrs T P Wyatt Rev Galyln who has been conduct Inr a revival meeting at the Christian church left Monday for Cln cinnati Miss May Harrison left Monday for Fairfax South Dakota where she will teach in the city schools for the coming year Mr and Mrs C A Moore and daughter Lizzie attended London fair Friday Mr Elijah Tankcrsley a former resident of Berea and well known to many here Is visiting old friends again His home is in Galveston Texas Mrs Racer and daughter Mrs Bess Ott who recently came from the hospital from an attack of typhoid fever were suddenly called to their home Monday at Colmbus Ohio the illness of Mr Racer byI Mrs Will Haley and son spent last week with Mrs Haleys I mother at Paint Lick Little Verde Cornett is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Noah May Verde was an interested caller at The Citizen office Tuesday Misses Arcle Lowen and Amanda Eversole returned Friday from Chau tauqua where they have been spend- Ing the summer Mrs S R Baker has returned from Cincinnati with a fine lot of Fall goodsDr A F Cornelius who has been practicing his profession In Hyden for some time has now moved to Berea His office will be with his father Dr P Cornelius 1 f CREAM FLOUR ECONOMY JARS i AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE BereilKy The little friends of Thelma ChurchJ were pleased to receive the invitation on Monday morning On Tuesday next I will be eight So come and help me celebrate On August 30th 1910 Please come and see your littlo friend Thelma Church Of course they helped her celebrate and all reporta delightful time rCf cream and cakes were served Pres Frost will arrive In Berea Thursday noon after almost a years absence in Europe lie has regained much of his old time vigor and health from his fears rest and the college I expects soon to feel his inspiration and push again Mr a C Rhodus and W O Hayes of the firm of Rhodus and Hayes arc in Cincinnati this week on bulsncss Treasurer and Mrs Osborno returned from their vacation Wednesday noon They were at Chautauqua for a while and from there Mr Osborne went to meet Pres Frost in New York Later they visited Mrs Os bornes parents in Ohio Mr and Mrs Gamble planned a pleasant surprise for Mary to cola brato her fifth birthday Tuesday afternoon she was sent from home until her little friends had gathered and were hidden from view When Mary returned the children stepped out from their hilling places and Mary clapping her hands with delight said Im five recognizing at once the purpose of their com- Ing Then the little people spent n pleasant afternoon playing games un der tho trees In the yard Refreshments pleasing to the children were servedThe Phllathca class of tho Beoa Baptist Sunday School wilt give tin Ice Cream supper Saturda at 7 oclock on tile church groundsIMr and Mrs M V children are spending a few In Berea visiting Mrs RobertsweeksI ents Mr and Mrs Ambrose Mr F O Clark expects to I in Philadelphia from his European trip Sept 3rd and In Bcrea about the 10th Dr and Mrs Cowlcy arc now fit few York Mills N Y with Mrs Cowleys parents They expect to re turn to Berea Sept 9thI Dr and Mrs Cornelius made a short visit to Louisville this week Mr Ben Gabbard of Sand Gap was In Berea at tho first of tho week COUNTY FAIR The Sunday school class of Mrs W H Porter will have a County Fair on the lawn at Mrs Porters residence on Friday evening Sept 9th beginning at 7 oclock Tills promises to be the most unique affair over attempted In Berea Further notice will be given In our next fs sue of The Citizen and posters will also bo distributed IT IS THE TRUTHNOW THE TIME TO BUY COAL There has been a 25c rise in the price of coal in the last ten days That Is the amount of your loss There will be another 25c rise Inn few days Will that represent your losaT See Holllday the coal man FOR SALE OR RENT Two of the most desirable residence properties In Berea Situated on Chest nut Street with cement walks Ones six room house with cistern and Eldean Patent Flour TOc- a bag cash a- tWJTatums Fresh Groceries SteNorth Cor Main Berea Kentucky 6REAfSCOTT I CAPIV You SHE ITR 1frm To BUY YoUR COAL l tTtiN t 1C s I If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at o- rHolliday em Co Kyigarden or chickens For terms apply to Mrs Jonnlo Lester Hill Bcrea Ky SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The annual meeting ot the Sunday Schools of Madison County wu held last Saturday in the Colloqo Chapel Tho day was R fine ono and the attendance was large A special train brought delegates and visitors from the northern end of the county t and over section was well represented j Tho following took part during the day by addresses or In devotional Mr Ices from Louisville Goo A Joplin Secretary of State Sunday school Association from Richmond Arthur Stevenson R E Barnes Prof Booth 0 W Crutchfleld Mr W B Smith and Col Samuel Scott from Boron J A Watson W P Wilks and Miss Lllllo Moore Good music was provided and din ner was served by tho ladles cf the churches In the Tabernacle Tho largestIyears and tile prospects for the fu ture of the Sunday School In Madison County Is bright The follow ing were elected officers of the County for the ensuing year President J 0 Crabbe Richmond Vice President U A Stangur Richmond Secretary and Treasurer W C Gam ble Bcrea I On Friday evening Mr Joplin gave his lecture on the subject la tho Boy worth Saving a lecture well worth hearing r iiIIL 4 IJ r I I r For Good Clothing 4 Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes k- Mens Womens and Furnishings fi i 1BUY FROM ti 1 fRHODUS C HAYES MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY1 r tj Era I fl 1I At I v II v e +nm T The Secret of Youth- Do you ever wonder hoW you can remain young or why other women older than you look wordsPreserveThe secret can be In a few your youthBy health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking- women are nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for you Is Cardul It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves Take ARDUI-I 46 The Womans Tonic My mother writes Mrs 2 L Adcock of Smith vile TennlIs 44 years old and is passing through the She was Irregular and bloated and suffered terribly My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardul took according to directions and now she is up able to do her housework and says she feels like a newwoman Try Cardul in your own case Writ to Laet TRTvUorr Dept ChittiBooj Medicine Ca CbatUaoon Tees tor Sptelal InttraOtwu and Mwse book Home Treatment lot Women tent tree PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR COMING YEAR Continued from lint IIIEC Latin ho will offer n special one hour courso In mythology the tint semester Indications point to substantial Increase in tho enrollment Nearly all last years undcrgraduatus will return j and the Incoming freshman cliisa will probably bo tho largest in the history of the Institution nearly all who were graduated from tho Aca demy last Juno will march on Into college and their number will tJeI augmented by high school and I emy graduates from various parts I of tho country The Academy Three Courses OfferedStrong Fa cultyThe Need of Academy Train ing for Thou Who Teach Study Law Etc The Academic Department has three distinct courses Tho Classical which prepares stu I YU14I t Vlt r IOooIl I dents to enter the Freshman year inI tho classical college course In Berea College or any other first class college It requires four years to complete TROl MATHKNV Dean of Academy this courso after the Grammar school has been completed The Scientific course which pro pares students to enter tho Fresh man year in the Scientific course This courso has more science and no Greek and requires three years for Its completion PIANO TUNING Prof Rigby is a well equipped experienced tuner and all work is guaranteedSpecial Rates 250 till Sept 15th After that 3 four tunings within one year 5 This is the best way to care for a piano HOW CAN HOME BE HAPPY when the food is not of the best Try a sack of Cream of Wheat flour and know the joy of eating fine bread biscuits cakes etc all your other food is as good as that baked from Cream o f Wheat flour you certainly are to be envied Order a sack today- and be sure it is Cream of Wheat BereaiI The General academy courso which Is intended for those who are not able to take a college course This Is courso is intended for those who are moro advanced in years and prepares students to study tho professions and for life It requires two years for Its completion Tho following are a few of tho advantages of our Academy- A strong Academy faculty each teacher being a specialist in the subject he teaches a largo body of enthusiastic young people who are studying the same subjects equipment that a small school cannot afford tho uso of a large library literary societies Christian organizations and many lectures and entertainments by noted people thruout the country It you are planning a college course you must first have a good academic course It you aro planning to teach In tho high schools you should have n good academic course It you are planning to study law medicine or agriculture and cannot tako a college course you should at least have an academic course If you I plan to hold county or church office you should havo an academic course Docs this mean you Remember Berea offers the best at tho lowest expense The Normal Department Bereas Professional School for those expecting to Teach and Teachers Longer and Shorter Courses and their Advantages How one can Teach In the Fall and at the same time Take a Regular Course In Berea Why should teachers take special courses to train them for their work Tim answer is a simple ono tho there are many who still teem unconvinced of tho need of such training- In the first place the teacher should see the branches ho is to teach in a light wholly different from tho person who alms to enter upon lifes duties in another field To him they are the tools by which he must fash- Ion tho characters ot future citizens out of the raw material furlshed by tho homes For this reason tho teacher must not only know tho sub jects which ho Is to teach but fco must know how to make those sub jects become active for good in the lives ot the children whom he is co teachFurther than this ono must know in order to teach some of tho simple but fundamental laws ot mind ot Instruction and ot school organiz ation In order to help do this great work which cannot possibly bo done at pre sent In Kentucky by all of the schools In existence Berea College maintains a Normal Depart ment which is wholly given over to this work For those who wish to review and become masters of the common school branches tho First Year Is arranged In it not only thoroughness is secured but every teacher tries to show how teach ing should bo dono to accomplish tho greatest good Kentucky is demanding moro of her teachers however each year and not ono in tho profession should rest no worthy member will rest until much more training has been therare especially suited to those who expect to spend their lives working in tho rural schools These are known as tho State Certificate courso ot 41 weeks winter and spring terms Dlplot and spring terms of three years This arrangement is made for those who must teach in tho rural schools during tho fall For those who can spend tho en tire year in college the longer course given In two full years with op portunity to tako a number of elec tives Every rural teacher should take one of these courses and can it the need is tguly felt For the more fortunate and more ambitious the completion of one of these shorter courses means but a stepping stone to enter tho longer IrROIcourse loading to the professional role logo degree This four year course gives a splendid training for High School teachers for whom there is such a demand today and should bo taken by every young man and woman who wishes to get the greatest good from life and render the highest service tp humani- tyDepartment of Music Opportunity for all to Learn Music Much of the Teaching without extra Charge Harmonia Society Tho OrchestraThe Band Free Music Much pt the music best suited to the needs of Bcrea students Is free Classes In singing and sight reading are regularly held All model school students get free Instruction- In singing reading music breathing expression etc Prof rugby has been studying with the best and most noted school music teachers In tho United States and Is prepared to glvo the latest and best methods The Harmonia Society is a select body of singers open to all men and women who are able to sing parts and read music The Oratorio The Messiah by Handel will be given for a Christmas concert and other music equally good for the spring concert- A mens glee club will be con ducted for the benefit of those who have the talent and ability to lo IPROfDirector KIGIIV such work A jolly time is assured in this club Tho orchestra has grown and im proved from year to year until it has become one of the most popu lIar of the musical organizations It- lone plays any instrument he should not fail to see the director and find FARMS FOR SALE 1 BOONES GAP KY 150 Acres Good dwelling store and out buildings This is a beautiful place and a bargain at our price 1050 Terms onehalf cash balance to suit purchaser I GARRARD CO KY 60 Acres fine blue grass land 6 miles from Paint Lick Ky Good dwelling and barns Price 50 per acre on easy terms PORTERHOWELL CO BEREA KENTUCKY tt piII r iJII 4ttT I AnnouncementI 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 zoooap- rice that will enable people of moderate as well i as large means to become stockholders i r Seldom have the people of Madison County land Eastern Kentucky been offered such a sounds ir highgrade investmentan investment that af fords both unquestioned safety and a substantial r return I Applications for stock and all inquiries should t be addressed to W H Porter Trustee Berea Kentucky Some of the men who will act as Directors 1 t approval of the stockholders of the Bank areIE 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 r Berea Ky l out what can be dono for him Under the direction of Mr Can field tho band has grown better every year until it is not only one of the most enjoyable but also ono of the most necessary of all musical organ izationsAll the above is without cash expense all that is required is to be ablo to do Instrumental Music Miss Helen Wales a graduate ot Oberlln Conservatory of the class of 1908 will teach organ and piano lessons Miss Wales comes to us with splendid recommendations from tho best musicians of Oberlin and wo wish to say for her that after hav ing heard her play sho needs no further recommendationVocal The head of this department has been spending a part ot the summer studying with one ot the best teachers in Chicago and will begin his years work with new inspiration and enthusiasm The Model Schools Unusual Advantages Offered In These Schools for Young People in the Lower GradesSloyd Cooking Sowing Music and Drawing I No department of Berea College otters greater advantages to Its stu dents than docs the Model Schools- It is composed of all the grades which lead up to the academy and normal departments There are classes in all tho common school bran ches composed of young men and women By this arrangement tho young people who for lack ot opportunity are In she lower grades are never classed with the younger studentsFollowing aro some ot the advantages which these schools offer Tho samo buildings boarding halts chapel exercises lectures concerts etc that uro enjoyed by students ot all other departments Sloyd use of tools in wood work for all boys above third grade cooking and sewing for tho girls and vocal music and drawing in every school All the teachers are e 0TUOS A JtJ W II ARDSISujit of Model experienced and trained for their work Employment is furnished bY the college to all who desire to earn a part ot their expenses The students form many friendships and aro always happy in their as sociations Last year seven hundred and twenty were enrolled in tho Mo del Schools and about one hund red were promoted to higher depart ments Tho attendance tho coming year will bo larger than last year Every day brings letters from our last years students saying they expect to be back for tho fall term and will bring many new students with them Superintendent Edwards and his teachers will bo delighted to see Y i all the old students back and to wel come every new one t Vocational Schools J Industrial Idea a Strong Feature in BereaSplendid Opportunities to Learn a TradeGood Wages j Something Better than Insurance awaits those who take these Cour ses Tho Industrial Idea is the strong est feature of Berea College Berca 1tho FROH MARSH f IIDean of Vocational Schools ihands tho support of himself those dependent upon him or anIWhatever other achievements a may attain to the mastery of a traderadds a confidence that brings success in other lines No young man catr bo a good citizen without having provided himself with tho skill necessary i 1 to earn a livelihood Of t courso a man can be a drone boss ed by everybody with the privilege i of making a bare living But dronestdont count T are soon thrown out We need men who can do things There is an opportunity for every boy and every girl to learn a trade It is becoming fashionable to a trade But aside from fashion everyiboy or girl needs a trade for his sup i port Berea College offers portunities for young men and womentwith a mind to make something cf themselves to get a thorough mastery of somo trade largely ot their own choosing For young men opportuni ties are open to learn carpentry printing bricklaying steam engin r coring electrical engineering farming farmgardening and forestry For young women courses in domestic acl ence cooking sewing and housekeeping are provided Berca Collego does not simply havo alms in this work It does things Tho young men who have finished the course in carpentry can build a house or a barn in all its parts without any further help The bricklayers i can lay a wall to the line and fin ish It So In the other courses the students who tako them aro practical workmen with from two to four years v nctugL work in their lines They I can take their place along with I lonmen and not only hold Ittbut oversee their fellows Somo the bricklayers of tho classes Berea College make 6 a day soon t after graduating and tho rest of tho students from other trades have continuous employment at the highestjwages Not ono of the graduates from + tho courses offered in tho trades by the College Is ever Involuntarily idle There is always a place with good pay waiting for them I In tho cooking classes tho young 1 women learn to cook common food so that It will be most nourishing An expert practical cooking teacher gives directions Continued on tail page j- 7C The Citizen f family newspaper for ell that Is right true and Interesting hbllahcd every Thniulay It tern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated L P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates FAYABLB IN ADVAMCB Sue Ten fM- Wx Month M three Menlhf sf t lend money Po tcBce or Bapreu Money Order Draft Registered Letter roacaad two Mat I IPThe date after name oa label bows to- whit date your tuburlptloa la paid K It II not hanttd three week alter renewal notify u- Ubtlnr numbrrt wilt be gladly tupptted If we ere notified Ttns premium cheap with new iaberiDttoni lad prompt notwali Send for Premium Lttl Liberal term Gina to any who obtain ntw sat for us Any sue endlor us four tarlr ubcrtptlone can rectere The Cluiem fret irhfiaielf for one AdTertidnr ratti on application IInIK or WOrrOCrY PRESS ASSOCIATION The army may have to help devise means for a sano artillery drill Are there any records that this years weather has not broken Europe might try exporting Its sur i plus rainwater to our middle west As a diversion to swatting the fly keep your stable clean if youve got S one Chopping Americans into little bits 1 is Moro still a favorite pastime ot the iSpeaking of weights and measures prosecutions howd you like to be the 1 iceman- I I SwatUng the common house fly ii now one of our most popular indoor lady sports I Even though the water Is fine if cant swim dont go in beyond 1au depth the sake of thirsty crops any citizen should willingly sacrifice straw hat Whats the right word for an aero 1 plane garage asks the Boston Globe Hows planebunk What has become of the Chicago F Joy rider who killed a woman and was afterward captured r The assistant chef of a lake boat refused to cook fried potatoes and the chef at once mashed him The boat rocker and the fellow who stands up in the boat are In evidence again but have escaped so far As If it were not bad enough for the earth to fly up and bit aeroplanes lightning has begun striking them What baldheaded man had hoped to live to see a flyless world Yet that is what the scientists are plan nlng Giddy New York regards the Idea ot closing its lobster palaces at 1 a m as very little better than a curfew H1tWe wonder how one small cone can i hold so many kinds of chemlcalsand have room left for a nickels worth of Ice cream It costs 3000000 a day to run thei national government What will the government cost when aeroplanlng Is in fashion 1 v A Chicago man paid 300 for mere bit of a meaL It probably was a steak with one overlaying slice of breakfast bacon The government Is turning out 3 000000 postal cards a day due to the summer resort season being in fullt blast we presume United States certificates of meritr to enlisted men are going largely to the cooks and musicians Has no oneI a word for a soldier Rudyard Kipling urges that airmen 1wear pneumatic armor for protection in case of accident That Is simpler than covering the earth with feather bedsConsidering the size of the heads of some of the hatpins that the girls are wearing they certainly do not come nnder the law forbidding the carrying of concealed weapons The wordcoiner has an easy task All he needs to do In expressing hisI views on a public policy Is to selectl the name of a man he dislikes and at tach tho syllable Ism London and New York may soon be connected with telephone communica 11 don Nonp of the Odious of fairy tales can surpass this modern miracle of a chat over the ocean The Kaiser has been writing poetry to a party of German maidens who called upon him and took him chocolate Incidentally it Is to be hoped the chocolate YOU better than the poetry IPERCIVALS VISIT TO UNCLE SIS FARM DEATH LIST GROWS DEAD IN IDAHO FOREST FIRES NOW PLACED AT OVER TWO HUNDRED FINANCIAL LOSS 20000000 Flames Still Rage and Many Missing Not Yet Accounted ForMen From St Joe County Return With Stories of Horror Spokane Wash With 86 em ployees of the forest service known to be dead and grave fears felt for a number of others who are missing headquarters of the Coeur dAleno for est at Wallace Idaho is anxiously awaiting news from the relief expedl tion sent to rescue Ranger Joseph B Halm and 84 men who have not been heard from since Saturday when they were on the headwaters of the St Joe It is estimated the loss of life in Idaho will number more than two hundred All estimates of the financial losses WRECK east of the 14 the speeding In the Into oar the of No 14 It n it at over 20000000 in timberAvery The of 20 service men who died fires near here were recovered Wednesday and to this city Government agents Is little for any ot the negro soldiers of Company O Twentyfifth United infantry are the missing and are believed to have perished Two Japanese employed in railroad work who had been fighting the fires emerged from the were severely burned and report that ten of their laborers had bo fore the ant were dead Spokane Rain turning to snow in the high mountains Wednes day to a part ot Montana and Washington dis tricts that hav been by fires The according to reports from Missoula has extended over an area of 100 taking in the dAlene district HJs now omclally that B4 persons and no more have been said to be no warS rant the reports of loss of hun of lives All men on the list of government foresters employed in reported to the supervisor or are to safe r311hDrownvInhirlpool Joplin MoAfter rescuing her ten yearold and another child swimming Cleora sixteen years old was drowned Thursday in Spring river of J Hogan Torrington ConnJohn J Hogan of the lato J Hogan the famous Yale football player died at his home here Thursday He fiftynine and a of Ireland = rT n DIE IN GRAND TRUNK WRECK SIX AND INJURED IN COLLISION Section of Montreal Ex press Telescopes First Fire Out and Passengers Are Cremated Durand MichAs the ot the rearend collision between two sec tions of an eastbound train two east of bore six persons are dead seven seriously In and slightly hurt No 14 the Chicago Montreal train left Durand at 1001 oclock but was stopped east because of a breakdown on the engine No 4 left Durand also eastbound at 1035 and crashed Into tho rear end of the Ing train splitting rear sleeper In two and throwing its passengers and bits of wreckage to each side of the of way- George Wilson fireman of says his train had gathered full way and was running more than five miles an hour the accident occurred He says was no warn ing of tho presence of No 14 one torpedo over bad engiae Diagram shows point just Durand Mich where crashed Train No Indicated by arrow stopped that might be repaired Train shown by the long arrow along darkness crashed the Pullman on rear and plowed under place mostly Idaho bodies forest fighting the brought declare there hope missing Four States among woods They fellow fallen flames Wash brought relief large Idaho forest storm square miles Coeur declared killed There is for dreds Idaho have known be sister from drawn while Dion Father James Dead father James was years old native KILLED OTHERS Second Boston Breaks result Urand Trunk miles jured three three miles stand the right No4 head forty when thPro except which trains No4 passed a moment before the collision Charles Spencer the engineer of No 4 is thought to have been fatally in juredEngineer George Mitchell ot the en gine pulling No 14 was under his broken engine making repairs when his train was struck and was fatally hurt He died on the way to a hospital- A relief train was mado up at Bat tle Creek and rushed to the scene of the wreck with doctors nurses and hospital supplies PERJURY IN BROWNE CASE Special Grand Jury Is Ordered by Judge DrentanoWltnell Tells of Orgy Chicago Judge Theodore Bren tano Friday ordered a special grand jury on August 80 to un an investigation into charges of wholesale perjury in the trial ct Lee ONell Browne accused of giving a bribe for the election ot Senator Lorimer Thero are two matters to be In vestigated one of which Is wholesale perjury by the defense in the Drowne trwl and the other matter sad to be an important ore States Attorney Wayman win not divulge Two Train Ellis Ian Harry Pugh of Niag ara Falls N Y became Insane on a Pullman car of a Union Pacific train Friday He shot the porter named Young and a passenger named Tom pie of Kansas City Mo Both victims may die- Cotton Mills Close 15000 Idle Manchester N H Fifteen thousand I employes of the Amoskeag Cot ton Manufacturing company were thrown out of work Friday when theI 17 mills of the plant closed for 15 days a LIVINGSTONE WINS PILOT OF NATIONAL CAR LANDS ILLINOIS TROPHY ON ELGIN COURSE HEARNE GETS FOX RIVER CUP Kane County Event Won by Buck Driver Frltschke In Clno Machine Meets With Accident at Dangerous Cemetery Turn Elgin IIlAt the opening of the big national stock chassis automobile speed meet over the Elgin road course Friday Al Livingstone In a National car David Duck of Chicago driving a Marmon car and E A Hearne of Chicago in a Benz car were winners of the three races Maintaining for tho distance an av erage speed of 606 miles per hour Livingstone captured first place In tho Illinois trophy race The dls was 24 times around the 8Hmllo cir- cuIt or a total of 20335 miles Ills time was 3 hours 21 minutes 853 secondsW Pcarce In the No 2 Falcar was second In this race his time be- Ing 3311922 J Dawson In the Marmon car No6 was third Hearno easily took first honors in the Fox River trophy race a distance of 13557 miles or 1C laps lie went the route in 2304035 or 536 miles an hour A W Miller In a Warren Detroit took second honors in this race In 2561162 G Monckmcler In a Staver car was third Duck won the Kane county trophy going the 20 laps or 16946 miles In 3044579 an average of B5 miles an hour A Monsen in a Marlon was second In this race his time being 3076265 Louis Heinemann ot Chi cago driving Marmon No 23 was thirdW Frltzschke driver of the Clno car No 27 In the Kano county trophy race had a narrow escape from death when his car broke Its wheel and Jumped from the road at the dangerous cemetery turn RAWN NAMED IN I C CASE Hararuns Clerk Links Late President- of Monon Road With Car Repairing Farming Chicago Introduction of the name of Ira G Rawn late president of the Monon road as responsible for car repair farming on tho Illinois Cen THE ON THE GRAND TRUNK engine devastated impaneled dertake tral while he was an official of that system caused a sensation In Judge Bruggomoyers court at the opening of the Illinois Central graft prosecu lion cases Friday The charge was made by E C Cow gill chief clerk for President Hara ban of tho Illinois Central road He testified be knew the lato Mr Rawn when he was vice president of the Illinois Central railroad and that at that time Mr Rawn had charge of tho construction and operating departments He also swore that be knew cars had been farmed out by the Illinois Central road for repairs between 1906 and 1009 The prac tine stopped he said in December of 1909 HEAVY FROSTS IN NORTHWEST Much Damage Is Done to Vegetation Temperatures as Low as 24 Are Reported St Paul Minn Killing frosts the first of the season were reported from the Yellowstone Park Havre Mont Sheridan Wyo and other places In the northwest doing much damage to corn potatoes and other vegetables Temperatures allow as 24 were reported Save Young Tetanus Victim St Louis After having lain for threo days in a continuous spasm due to tetanus In an advanced stage Gertrude Bodener a tenyearold girl was Friday cured by the use of an unusual amount of tetanus serum Lead Magnate Dies Abroad New York News of the death of Elliott Cole president of tho Na tional Lead company at Carlsbad Bohemia was received Friday Mr Cole sailed from New York in July in hopes of recovering his health FIVE LOSE LIVES IN WAFER Eight Were Rescued Three Newsboy Assisting In Saving Five of Them Warren R ITwo drowning accl dents in which Wo persons lost their lives and eight others were rescued some of them In such n state of ox haustlon that they wore revived with difficulty occurred hero Two men ono woman and two children were the victimsThe accidents happened within an hour of each other and both were marked by thrilling rescues The first happened at Kclleya bridge near the junction of tho Warren and Talmcrs rivers Five young men all residents of Warren were unable to navigate their craft through a narrow draw and were overturned throwing the men Into a whirlpool Ono was soon sucked down but a crew from tho United States life sav tag station saved the others An hour later a party of Portuguese picnickers from Fall River wore over turned in Mt Hope bay and four drowned Tho party were in a small motor boat and when It began to rain the entire party started to climb Into a small tender to row ashore Eight bad entered tho frail craft when tho ninth a woman climbed aboard and overturned it throwing men women and babies into the water Three newsboys playing baseball nearby rescued five members of the party ENGINEER STICKS TO POST Lives of Many Sleeping Passengers Were Saved By the Heroic Action of a Railway Employe Plttsburp Pa Through tho hero ism of Engineer Israel Brandt ot Train No8 of the Plttsburg Ft Wayne Chicago railroad tho lives of many sleeping passengers wore saved Brandt Is at tho Allegheny General hospital tho upper part of his body parboiled and his leg broken In lev oral places It Is thought he will die The train bad reached tho North side depot when Brandt trying to stop his engine broke a small cap on the left check of tho eoglne allowing the steam to escape Into the cab Fireman Thomas Van Arsdalo jump ed through his window and broke a I leg but the engineer remained at his post until the trouble was adjusted Though blinded by the hot steam tho engineer finally succeeded in get ting the wild flow of vapor checked Then he tried to save himself turn bllng from the window to the track below Ills left leg was broken In several places and bo broke several ribs FORMER SENATOR ILL Wheeling W Va Henry G Davis formerly United States senator and candidate for vice president on tho Democratic ticket with Judge Parker In 1904 Is so seriously III at Elklns I that the gravest fears are expressed for his recovery Ho Is the father In law of Senator Stephen B Elkins senior senator from West Virginia Mr Davis fell down a flight of steps at his homo several days ago At the time of the accident It was thought ho had only been bruised but tho acci dent lg more serious than at first thought Mr Davis who Is in his eightyseventh year had been ailing slightly before his mishap MAY LYNCH NEGROES Montgomery J1aA mob of 300 men left Lnvrtrnc Ala and marched 20 miles to Troy declaring that It would lynch John ColvIn and Clove Stowe negroes CalvIn was discovered In the room of Miss Claire Fonvllle daughter of Col J C Fonville at Luverne Stowe It la alleged was with him They were sent to Troy to escape vengeance that seemed unavoidable ColvIn and Stowe wero taken from the Troy jail by Sheriff Carroll and Bent in an automobile to Montgomery on orders from John D McNelll pri late secretary to the governor Huntlngton W VaWhen a mob ot 1500 men composed mainly o railroad employee from Hinton and Hunt ngton surrounded tho county jail bore with tho Intention ot dragging Charles Clyburn and John Wayne negroes held for murdnry from tho vjail and lynchln them Sheriff Hanhbafgcr slipped the prisoners out of their cells and carried them away In an automo bile U It said they were lodged In jail at Ashland Ky for safe keeping Negro Is Shot Baltimore Md While protecting his 13yearold daughter from a mId- night assault by a negro Enoch Can nan of Cecllton near hero shot and Instantly killed Joseph Price who at tempted to force his way into the young womans room Switch Engine Hits Automobile Vlncennes JndA B O S W switch engine pulling a cut of cars crashed into an automobile killing Miss Rachel Johnson and fatally injur ing Miss Allen Potter Edgar Ussblt and Miss Josephine Thomas escaped Auto Goes Over Embankment PiltaburK laW Dowllng waa In scantly killed when his automobile shot over a 60foot bank at a sharp curve In tho road The car lover two Dowllne or three underneath times in turnedI IN THE MASTERS STEPS By REV JOHN H KERR PsterArgnsteuPnbytrlaCburcbNew Text For even hereunto were ye culled 1 1 bwaue Christ also lurfered for ui leav I tnI UR an rxampln thnt ye should follow jtWhenwords bo referred specifically to the example of our Lord under suffering Furthermore It Is worthy to note that his words were primarily addressed to those wbo were slaves It Is not at nil my purpose to use only this one side of tho Masters exAample I want rather to gather tOo gather from a wider range than this J JIIterlstlcIILord Ills Is an ideal character of fi the ages and wo cannot too often bring before our minds Its salient fea fturesThe word example here Is the translation of n word which Is used ionly In this place In tho New Testa ment It moans a wilting Jicxerc18If wo catch the full inclining of the 1 r text It Is necessary to bear in mindsth-ese facts with reference to the two qInus an example that wo should follow this steps The Master himself on N several occasions cited his own acts Sr as the only ones to be Imitated by his tfollowers Thus he said concerning an act he had just pertormed1 Iathave given you nn example tbateJshould do as I have done to you Or again This Is my commandment that c A ye love one another even as I have 1 loved you So the apostle Paul cites our Lords example saying Have this mind In you which was also In Christ = Jesus And In another place we read s 3 Lot each ono ot us plcaso hIs neigh bor for that which Is good unto edify ing For Christ also pleased not himself Tho apostles atm In life 1 was to reproduce as far as he couldMthe life of his Lord For to me to live Is Christ One ot the reasons why it behooved him In nil things to be made like unto k his brethren was that he might show fturelare itlondo to make atonement for our sins he must also sot us an example in his own life so that we might have a q model after which wo should attempt I to conform our lives Of course there wero many things about our Lords life that wo could not Imitate but there are other aspects of It which we must Imitate If we are to be able successfully to layiclaim to his dlsclplcshlp Wo must walk In the Masters steps In obeying tho Fathers will Tbedpsalmist has said Lo I am come in the roll of tho book It Is written of me ti I delight to do thy will 0 my God The writer of the epistle to the lietbrews applies those words to Jesus whilst he himself said My meat Is to do the will of him that sent me and to accomplish his will Later In his ministry In the presence of a great multitude Jesus affirmed I am coma down from heaven not to do mlno own will but the will of him that sent me And in his last prayer with his disciples ho said I glen fled theo on the earth having accom plished tho work which thou hast given me to do Though he was n Son yet learned his obedience by the things which he suffered Obedience Is about tho first thing the follower of Christ has to learn lIirewhich I command you No amount of protestation that we are his followers will take the placo of obedience We should follow In the Masters steps In resisting temptation Our Lord hath been In all points tempt cJ like wo are yet without sin Nor were tho temptations of our Lord matters of little moment lIe suffered being tempted The conflict with 4 Satan at the beginning of our Lords c ministry was a tremendous reality Temptation onto camo to him in the words of Peter so that Jesus said to him Got theo behind mo Satan 4 tbou art n stumbling block unto me So again and again our Lord was tempted It Is to be wondered at that he should say so solemnly to his ills ciples just as ho was about to leave them Watch and pray that yo en ter not Into temptation We follow In tho Masters steps when wo resist temptation What an encouragement it IB to be assured that the Lord knowoth how to deliver the godly out t ot temptationIn another way to follow in his steps Our Lord repeatedly prayer And this was not merely for its effect on his disciples The Mas tor prayed because bo needed thus to hold communion with the Father Re member the transfiguration scene on prayedhiswhole person became radiant with glory Our Lord said Watch and pray If ho needed to pray much moro do we if we follow In his steps we will be regular attendants on divine wet wasilethe Sabbath day That simply means that ho was himself an habitual attendant on dirlno worship BROWN PARK IJOHN TO KANSAS Address by Theodore Roosevelt Closes the Ceremonies GREAT DAY FOR OSAWATOMIE S Standing Where Battle of OuwatomleIWas Fought His Idea of Freedom andIGood Government Oaawatomle Kan Aug 31ThI wu Osawatomlei great day for which the citizens have been prepay log for months the closing day ot the A dedication ceremonies at John brows vr park Today the park of 22 urea on tho site of the battle of Oiawato mle fought on Aug 30 116 was for mally presented to the state and the dedicatory oration was delivered by Theodore Roosevelt Preliminary exercises were held yesterday and the program was resumed at 1090 this morning with a concert by the Thirteenth Regiment band followed by a drill by troops of the Kansas National guard and the regular army Meanwhile Col Roose velts train bad arrived and all the thousands of people assembled here went to the station to greet him After dinner all gathered ia the new park where there was a pared by the soldiery the Grand Army Woman Relief corps and civic so cieties and another band concert Then after a vocal solo by Miss Elis abeth Ubl and an invocation the president of the board of trustees Cora M Deputy formally pretested the park to the state oa behalf of the Woman Relief corps of Kansas which bought the ground Governor Stubbs responded gracefully for the state and then the chairman J B Remington introduced the distinguished orator of the day former President Roosevelt Oration by Colonel Roosevelt Col Roosevelt tood sliest and smil lac until the ttona of applause had died down and then spoke as follows Tim have been two great crlee In our country hUtory first when It wot termed and then axiUn when It wo per petuated Th formative period included not merely the Revolutionary war but the creation and adoption of the Cooati under IL Then Came sixty year duriag which we spread across the continent years of vital growth but of growth with out rather than growth within Then cam the time of stress and train which culminated In the Civil war in period of trrrlbU struggle upon the Ifvhlch depended the justification of alt that we had done arUr and which marked the second great period of growth and development within The nape of John Brown win be forever associated with this second period of the Nation history and Kama was the theater upon which the tint act of the second of playd Kansas which determined that our coun try should be In deed u u wll u In same devoted to both union and freedom that the treat experiment of democratic government on a National scale should ucceed and not fall It wu a heroic truffle and at le Inevitable with all ouch struggles It had also a dark and terrible aid Very much was done of good and much also of evill and as wa Inevitable In such a period of revolution often the um man did both good and nIL or our great good fortune U a Nation we the people of the United Htate at a whole can now afford to for get the evil or at least to remember It without bittern and to fix our eyes with pride on the good that was accom pUshed Even In ordinary time there are very tw ot us who do not see the problem of life as through a glass darkly and when the glass Is clouded by the murk of furlou popular passion the vision of the beat and the bravest le dimmed Looking back we are all now able to do justice to tho valor the dlilntereitedneet and the love of andI right as to each It ws given to see right ihown both by the men of the north and the men of the south In that contest which was finally decided by the attitude of the west Wo can admit the heroic the sincerity the selfdevotion ealor alike by the men who wore the and the men who wore the gray and our sadness that such men should have hid to right one another ii temp ered by the glad knowledge that ever hereafter their descendants shall be found righting aide by tide struggling In peace as well a In war for the uplift of their common country all alike resolute to raise to the highest pitch of honor and uaefulne the Nation to which they all belong As for the veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic they deserve honor and recognition such u II paid to no other citizen of the Republic fr to them the Republic owes It all for to them It owe Itt very existence Application of the Lesion I do not speak of this struggle of the past merely from the historic standpoint Our Interest It primarily In the applica lion today of the lessons taught by the contest of half a century ago It It of little use for us to pay Up loyalty to the mighty men of the put unlace we sin cerely endeavor to apply to the problems ot tho present precisely the qualities which In other crises enabled the men of that day to meet those crises It la half melancholy and half smuslng to see the way In which wellmeaning people gather to do honor to the men who In company with John Drown and under the lead of Abraham Lincoln faced and solved the great problem of the nineteenth cen tury while at the tame time these lame good people nervously shrink from or frantically denounce those who are try Ins to meet the problem of the twentieth In the spirit which wat accountable for the successful solution ot the problems of Uncolntt time Of that generation of men to whom we owe 10 much the man to whom we owe the most Is of course Lincoln Part of our debt to him It because he forecast ear present struggle and saw the way out He said I hold that while man exist It ls his duty to Improve not only his own condition but to islet In ameliorating mankind And again tabor Is prior to and independent of capital capital It only the fruit of labor and could never have existed but for labor Labor Is the superior of capital and deserves much the hUher consideration Capital has Its rights which are at worthy of protection as any otber rights Nor should this III lead to a war upon the owners of prop propertythe world Let net him who la houseless pull down the house ef another but let forhlmoltwhenbuiltattltude the proper sense of proportion In hit rela othumanhtuchtoftodaynumbedhieblind ourselves to the actual conflict joined Equality of Opportunity betterment aelllInnations and through It peoples press forward from noxtOnthe deitruoUoa of special privilege The essence of any struggle for healthy lib wabof men the right to enjoy powes or vbtehhasor their fellows At many states In the advance t hu manity this conflict betweea the men who possess more than they have earned and the men who have earned more than they possess is the central condition of prep strugglright ef self governmeat at against the special Interests who twist the methods fordttUnestage and under all circumstance the essence of the struggle U ii equalize op portunity destroy privilege and give to the life and citizenship of every Individ ual the poaMbU value both t himself and to the commonwealth allelthnWIllhnpoidtlespecial prtvtlat his own and unham pered by the special privileges of others can carry him and to get for himself and his family substantially what he has earned Second equality of opportunity getfrom crrtllof another can give to the commonwealth entitled whoaImean not merely that I stand for fair glmebutchanted so as to work for a more substantial equality of opportunity and of reward for equally good service NlIon1 specialinterest poIltle1 now the great special business Interests too often control and corrupt the men and methods of government for their own profit We must drive the special inter ests out of politics That Is one of our task today Every special Interest is entitled to justice full fair and com plete but not one Is entitled to a vote In congress a voice on the bench or to rep reeentatlon in any public office The Con properlyHut It does not glve the right of suffrage to any corporation Property Should Be the Servant no true friend ot property the true conservative is he who Insist that property shall be the servant and not the muter of the commonwealth who Insists that the creature of mans making shall be the servant and not the muter of the man who made it The citizen of the United States must effectively control the theyhaveThere can be no effective control of corporations while their political activity remains To put an cad to It will be neither a short nor an easy task but It can be done Wo must have complete and effective publicity of corporate affairs so that the people may know beyond peradventure whether the corporations obey law and whether their management entitles them to the confidence of the public It Is necessary that lawa should be passed to prohibit the use of corporate funds directly or Indirectly for political pur poses It Is still more necessary that such law should be thoroughly enforced Corporate expenditures for political pur poses and especially such expenditures by public service corporations have supplied one of the principal sources of cor ruption In our political affair It bat become entirely clear that we must have government supervision of the capitalization not only of public service corporations Including particularly ran ways but of all corporations doing an tnterstat business I do not wish to see the Nation forced Into ownership of the railways If It can possibly be avoided and the only alternative Is thoroughgoing and effective regulation which shall be based on a full knowledge of all the tactIncluding a physical valuation of the property This physical valuation le not needed or at least It very rarely needed for fixing rater but It I needed at the basis of honest capitalization We have come to recognize that fran chise should never be granted except for a limited time and never without proper provision for compensation to the public It It my personal belief that theme kind and degree of control and supervision which should be exercised ever publla service corporations should be extended also to combinations whloh control necessaries of life such as meat oil and coal or which deal In them oa an Important scale- I believe that the officers and spe elally the directors of corporation hould be held personally responsible when any corporation breaks the law Dealing With Combinations Combination In Industry are the result of an Imperative economic law which can not be repealed by political legislation The effort at prohibiting all combination has substantially failed The way out lies not In attempting to prevent such combination but In completely controll log them in the Interest of the public wel fare For that purpose the Federal Bu reau of Corporations Is an agency of the first Importance Its power and therefore Its efficiency at well at that of the InterState Commerce Commission should be largely Increased We have a right to expect from the Bureau of Corporations and from the InterState Commerce Commission a very high grade of publlo tern Ice We should be as sure of the proper conduct of Interstate railways and the proper management of Interstate bust ness as we are now sure of the conduct and management of tile National banks and we should have at effective supervision In one ease at In the other Th Hepburn set and the amendment to that act In the shape In which It finally passed congress at the last session represent a long step In advance and we must go yet further There II a widespread belief among 1 our people that under the methods of making tariffs which have hitherto ob tamed the special Interests are tflo in fluential Probably this it true of both the big Interests and the little Int rata These methods have put a premium on selfishness and natucaUy the selfish big interests have gotten more than the eel fish email interests The duly of congress Is to provide a method by which the In terest of the whole people shall be all that receive consideration To this end there must be an jtpert tariff commission wholly removed from the possibility of political pressure or of Improper bust ness Influence Such a commission can find out the real difference between cost ef production which Is mainly the differ ence of labor cost here and abroad At fast at Its recommendations are made X believe In revising one schedule at a time A general revision cf the tariff almost Inevitably leads to logrolling and the tub ordlnatlon of the general publlo Interest to local and special interests The absence of effective state and especially National restraint upon unfair moneygetting ku tended to create a small class of enormously wealthy and economically powerful men whoso chief ebject Is to hold and Increase their power The prime need is to change the oondl tlent which enable these men to accumulate dower which It It not for the general welfare that they should hold or exercise We grudge no man a fortune which rep resents his own power and sagacity when exercised with entire regard to the wel fare of Ms fellows But the fortune must be honorably obtained and well used It Is not even enough that It should have been gained without doing damage to the eemmuntty We should permit It to be gained inly so long as to gaining rep resents benefit to the community This I know Implies a policy ef a tar more active governmental Interference with so cial and economic conditions in this coun try than we have yet had but I think we have got t face the fact that such an Increase in governmental control Is now accessary Income and Inheritance Taxes No man should receive a dollar unless that dollar has been fairly earned Every dollar received should represent a dollars worth of service rendered The really gig fortune the swollen fortune by the mete fact of Its size acquires qualities which differentiate 10 In kind as well as in degree from what Is possessed by men ef relatively small means Therefore I believe la a graduated income tax on big fortunes and in another tax which is far more easily collected and tar more ef fictivea graduated Inheritance tax on big fortunes properly safeguarded against evasion and Increasing rapidly ia amount with the size of the estate The people ot the United States suffer from periodical financial panics to a de gree substantially unknown among the ether nations which approach us In finan cial strength There Is no reosen we should suffer what they escape It Is of profound Importance that our financial system should be promptly Investigated and ao thoroughly and effectively re wised as to make It certain that hereafter our currency will no longer fall at criti cal times to meet our needs It Is hardly necessary for me to repeat that I believe In an efficient army and a navy large enough to secure for us abroad that respect which Is the surest guarantee of peace Justice and fair deal log among nations rest on principle Identical with those which control justice and fair dealing among the Individuals of rrhlsb nations are composed with the vital exception that each nation must do Its own pertln International police work National friendships like those between men must be founded on respect as well as on liking on forbearance at well as upon trust In all this It is peculiarly the duty of the United States to set a good exampleOf I shall speak more at length elsewhere Conservation means development at much at It does protec tion I recognize the right and the duty of this generation to develop and use the natural resources of our land but I do not recognize the right to waste them or to rob by wasteful use the generations that come after sea The natural resources must be used for the benefit of all our people and not monopolized for the bene fit of the few That Is one of the funda mental reasons why the special interests must be driven out of politic Of all the questions which can come before this Nation short of the actual preservation of its existence In a great war there Is none which compare in Importance with the great central task of leaving this land even a better land for our descen- dents than It is for us and training them Into a better race to Inhabit the land and pus It on Conservation is a great moral Issue for It involves the patriotic duty of insuring the safety and continuance of the Nation Let me add that the health and vitality ot our people are at least u welt worth conserving a their forests waters lands and minerals and that in this great work the National goy ernment must bear a most Important partI spoken elsewhere also ef the great tIt which UM before the farmers of the country to get for themselves and for their wives and children not only the benefits of better farming but olio those of better business methods and better conditions of Ute on the farm The burden of this great task will fall as It should mainly upon the great organizations of the farmers themselves I am glad it will for I believe they are well able to handle It In particular there are strong reasons why the departments of agriculture of the various states the United States department of agrlcultuu and the agricultural colleges and experi ment stations should extend their work to cover all phases of life on the farm Instead of limiting themselves as they have far too often limited themselves In the past solely t the question of the production of crops Human Welfare Comes First Nothing is more true than that excess of every kind Is followed by reaction a fact which should be pondered by reformer and reactionary alike We are face to face with new conceptions of the rule tions of property to human welfare chief ly because certain advocates of the rights of property u against the rights of men have been pushing their claims toe far The man who wrongly holds that every human right it secondary to his profit must now give way to the advocate of human welfare who rightly maintains that every man hold his property aub Sect to the general right of the commun ity to regulate its use to whatever degree the publlo welfare may require It But I think we may go still further Th right to regulate the use of wealth In the publlo interest is universally admitted Let us admit also the right to regulate the terms and conditions of labor which Is the chief element of wealth directly In the Interest of the common good The fundamental thing to do for every man le to give him the chance to reach a In which he will make the greatest poIIII ble contribution to the public welfare No man can be a good citizen unless he has a wage more than sufficient to cover the bare cost of living and hour of la bor short enough so that after his days work Is done he will have time and en ergy to bear his share in the manage meat of tho community to help In car tying the general load We keep count less men from being good citizens by the conditions of life with which we surround them We need comprehensive work mens compensation acts both state and National law to regulate child labor and the work of women and especially wa need In our common schools not merely education In booklearning but also prac tical training tor dally life and work Wr i rac need to enforce better sanitary conditions for our workers and to extend the use of safety appliances in industry and commerce both within and between the states Alto friends In the Interest of the workingmen himself we need to eet our faces like flint against mob violence just aa against corporate greed against violence and Injustice and lawlessness by againstlawlessrogance of employers National efficiency hat many factors It it a necessary result of the principle of conservation widely applied In the end He will determine our failure or suc cess a a Nation National efficiency has to do not only with natural resources and with men It U equally concerned with Institutions The state must be made ef ficient for the work which concerns only the people of the state and the Nation for that which concerns all the people There must remain no neutral ground to serve at a refuge for lawbreakers and especially for lawbreakers of great wealth who can hire the culplne legal cunning which will teach them how to avoid both Jurisdictions It Is a misfortune when the National legislature falls to do its duty In providing a National remedy to that the only National activ ity It the purely negative activity of the judiciary in forbidding the state to ex rein power In the premises Calls for Broad Nationalism Z do not ask for overcentralization but I do ask that we work In a spirit of broad and farreaching Nationalism when we work for what concerns our people as- a whole We are all Americana Our common interests are as broad as the continent X speak to you here In Kan sal exactly as I would speak In New York or Georgia for the most vital problems are those which affect us all alike The National government belong to the whole American people and where the whole American people are Interested that interest can be guarded effectively only by the National government The betterment which we seek must be accomplished I believe mainly through the National government The American people are right In de manding that new Nationalism withoutIwhich we cannot hope to deal problems The new Nationalism put the National need before sectional or personal advantage It Is Impatient of the utter confusion that results from local legislatures attempting to treat National Issues as local lessees It is still more Im patient of the Impotence which spring from the overdivision of government powers the Impotence which makes ItI possible for local selfishness or for legal cunning hired by wealthy special interests to bring National activities to a deadlock This new Nationalism regards the executive power as the steward of the public welfare It demands of the judici cry that It shall be Interested primarily In human welfare rather than In property just u It demands that the represen tative body shall represent all the people rather than any one class or section of the people I believe in shaping the ends of goy ernment to protect property at well as human welfare Normally and In the long run the ends are the same but whenever the alternative must be faced X am for men and not for property I am far from underestimating the Impor tance of dividends but I rank dividends below human character I know well that the reformer must not bring upon the people economic ruin or tbe reforms themselves will go down in the ruin But we must be ready to face temporary disaster whether or not brought on by those who will war against us to the knife Those who oppose all reform will do well to remember that ruin In its worst form is Inevitable If our National life brings us nothing better than swol len fortunes for the few and the triumph In both politics and buslnsss of a sordid ana selfish materialism Honesty In Publlo Servants If our political institutions were perfect they would absolutely prevent the political domination of money In any part of our affairs We need to make our pollt ical representatives more quickly and sun sltlvely responsive to the people whose servants they are More direct action by the people In their own attain under proper safeguards is vitally necessary The direct primary Is a step in this direc Lion If it Is associated with a corrupt practises act effective to prevent the advantage of the man willing recklessly and unscrupulously to spend money over his more honest competitor It it particular- lyI Important that all moneys received or expended for campaign purposes should be publicly accounted for not only after election but before election at well Po litical action mutt be made simpler eas ier and freer from confusion for every citizen X believe that the prompt removal of unfaithful or incompetent pub lla servants should be made easy and sure In whatever way experience shall show to be most expedient In any given class of eases One of the fundamental necessities In a representative government such at ours Is to make certain that the men to whom the people delegate their power shall serve the people by whom they are elect ed and not the special interests I believe that every National officer elected or appointed should bo forbidden to perform any service or receive any com pensation directly or indirectly from Interstate corporations and a similar provision could not fall to be useful within the states The object of government It the wel fare of the people The material progress and prosperity of a nation are desirable chiefly so tar as they Jead to the moral and material welfare of all good citizens Just In proportion at the average man I and woman are honest capable of sound judgment and high Ideals active In pub Uo affairs but first of all sound In their home life and the father and mother of healthy children just to far and no tarther we may count our civilization a sue cess We must have I believe we have alreadya genuine and permanent moral awakening without which no wisdom of legislation or administration really meant anything and on the other hand we must try to secure the social and co nomic legislation without which any Im provement due to purely moral agitation Is necessarily evanescent What we need Is good citizens Good citizenship means progress and therefore all good citizen should stand for progress and must be progressive Gave Them Due Notice Whllea trial was In progress before Justice John J Brady in his branch of the New York Supreme court the other day he astonished the lawyers aad court attendants by reaching un der the voluminous folds of his black gown and drawing forth a big red apple from one pocket and a knife from the other As the lawyeis went on with their arguments he leisurely pared the apple and ate It Tho incident struck the reporters covering the trial as unusual so they wrote something about It which ap peared in the newspapers the next day Wheat the same trial was in JusticeBradysaid with a twinkle In his eye It any of the gentlemen of the press desire to retire they may do 10 I am about to eat another apple And he did r ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY DELEGATES NAMED By the Acting Governor of Kentucky Frankfort Notes Frankfort Acting Gov Cox appointed Mott Ayres employment agent for the prison commission a delegate to the National Prison Congress He also appointed C E Scott police judge of Vine Grove Hardin county and C C Grasaham of Padu- cah delegates to the National Con servation Congress at St Paul Sep tember 5 Gov Wilson goes to Chattanooga September 1 and 2 to attend the meet ing of the American Bar association This will conclude his vacation and ho will return to Frankfort to take up his executive duties Secretary of State Ben L Bruner appointed Lon Rogers of Lexington and J Allen Frayser of Owensboro as bank examiners for the state banks in Kentucky and they will go to work September 1 A feature of the state bank exami nation leaked out that showed that the secretary of state was in a sense compelled to have the state banks examined He has on record in his of Ace a number of letters In which state banks assert that unless some form of examination of the banks was adopted the banks would have to na tionalize Mr Bruner eald that tho national banks pay the examiners for tho examination and that tho state banks will be merely following tho lead of the national banks In an effort to secure the arrest of the unknown persons who beat J T Farley nearly to death in Harlan Act ing Coy Cox offered a reward of UOJ The county judge also offered a to ward of 50 and It is represented that the men can be caught with the aid ofmoneyFarley an elderly man lives in Louisville and had gone to Harlan to work for a railroad He was suspect ed of being a detective and one night was beaten by a gang of men until he was all but dead The governor also offered a reward of 100 for the arrest of Brack John son wanted in Mason county on a charge of murder DIES FROM INJURIES George Reynolds Lincoln County Farmer Passes Away StanfordGeorge Reynolds aged 41 years one of the bestknown farmers in the western end of this county died as tho result of Injuries sustained when a traction engine he was driv ing crashed through a wooden bridge over a small creek between Turners vlllo and HcKinney Ho had been threshing wheat all day Two negroes who were with him escaped injury by fulling into the creek but Reynolds was pinned at his hips by tho engine against the stone abutment of the bridge and it required three hours to extricate him from the torturing peel tion He leaves a wife and several children LIVE STOCK BOARD MEETS Will Arrange to Stamp Out Glanders In Western Part of State Louisville Tho state live stock sanitary board met in Louisville thlr week to consider the glanders situa tion and discuss the power of the boardThe question of how to stamp out scabbier in sheep was also taken up at the meeting Dr A T McCormack of the state board of health was pres ent and advised with the board about glanders which Is said to be commu nicable to humans Glanders has appeared in Western Kentucky and it Is thought that the disease will be stamped out so prompt ly that it will not spread even In the county where it first appeared MAY TAKE CHARGE Maj Collier Is Commissioned as Kentucky Revenue Agent Louisville MaJ W H Collier has received his commission from Washington making him revenue agent This is what is known as the secret service branch of tho department and has a salary of 3600 attached It is expected that ho will tako charge of the revenue agency at Cincinnati this week Ho was formerly a deputy in the internal revenue department Henderson Announcement was made hero by President J Henry Lyne of the Henderson Traction Co that tho holdings and property of that company had passed into the hands of the Tennis Construction Co The consideration in tho deal was not made ImbU- eRusse11vllleWhcn plowing on his fathers land near Spa 12 miles from hero Dave Coursey dug up a box con taming 500 in gold and notes which was burled at the tlrnC of the civil war Tho gold was in good condition and the notes looked like new i ELECTED MEMBER OF FACULTY I J Judge Lyman Chalkley Chosen By Lev ecutlve Board of Kentucky1 University Lexington At the meeting of the executive committee of Kentucky State university hero Judge Lyman Chalkley was elected a member of the faculty of the law college of tho uni versity for one year He will move his family to this city from Sewanee university Tennessee where ho has been the dean of tho law department for about threo years Judge Chalkley is a Virginian by i birth and his wife was Miss EllatBrecklnrldge daughter of the late CoL W C P Brecklnridge of this city From 1905 to 1907 he was dean of the law college at Transylvania uni versity leaving here to tako the position at Sewanee Judge Chalkley stands very high ala professor of law and both he and Ida wire havo many friends in Ken tucky NEW LAW EFFECTIVEiPrinceton Man Draws Fine On Charge of Drinking On Train Mayfield The first person arrested and fined for taking a drink of Intoxl cants on a passenger train since theInow law went into effect several i weeks ago was Herbert Williams of I Princeton lie was en route on the passenger train from Paducah Cairo Becoming thirsty ho toIout a bottle from his pocket and a jerk at It No sooner was it done than he was arrested by the conductor end turned over to Mayfield policemen when the train reached here He pleaded guilty before County Judge I I Monroe and fined 10 and costs The Commonwealth I ParlsA tire resulting from a defective flue destroyed the annex of the Hotel Windsor entailing a loss of 6000 The kitchen and diningroom were flooded with water Several guests lost their baggage and personal effects I Henderson Ed Stone a negro I farmhand shot abed wounded Dr J U Ridley a young physician at Ro bards this county who was called to dress the wounds of a fellow laborer who had been shot by Stone earlier in the evenin- gOwingsvilleMiss Margeleta Wal lace of Texas who had been visiting her aunt Mrs George W McCormick near Crooks Bath county for several months was burned to death by the explosion of a gasoline flat Iron at the home of her aunt Maysville Mrs Jeff Hazelrlgg wu burned to death near this city and her house and contents destroyed by fireShe was getting ready to prepare supper and in some manner the gaga line stove exploded the fiery fluid enveloping her Before help arrived the house was in flames and the woman buried so badly that she died In a tow minutes Glasgow Fire at Fllppln Monroe county destroyed the entire business part of the village The losses are u followsJordan Hlnkleys general mer chand Iso store 6500 with 4500 Iq surance George F King general menIchandlse loss 7000 partially insured F M Button general merchan dice loss 9000 with 4000 incur ance Louisville Jack a brindle bull be longing to Michael Wirth a farmer near here proved a real hero when he was burned to death before his owners eyes- Wlrths barn caught fire when the men were at work in the fleld and tha dog tied In the barn attracted atten tlon to the blaze by his loud barking Horses and cattle wore driven frota the structure before it was burned to the ground Jack however was forgotten until It was too late to save himErlanerThere was a largo attendance at the fair meeting here the i grand stand being overtaxed The weather was ideal and the roads free from dust There were scores ot yeNhides and automobiles Tho sions did n fine business and no one I had a comnlalnt to registerIJ K christ of Cincinnati gave an exhibition of automobile speeding making four miles in a little over four minutesShelbyvUleAn automobile belong ing to J Lowry Bullock a lumberman of Louisville and containing besides himself Mr Scholl a lawyer and Mr Smith a lumberman and his little son was wrecked about five miles west of this city In attempting to pass another vehi cle control of tho machine was lost hand the car bolted Into the fence turn- Ing turtle and throwing tho occupants into a field The machine is a com plete wreck The injured were brought to Shel byvllle where they received medical attention Columbia Aboit 2nOOpersons attended the Columbia fair The horse show was very exciting Tho 100 saddle stake for best stallion mare or gelding was won by Coffoy Bros Columbia with Wilson Bros Cave City second and third- LoxlngtonrRepresentatlves of rail roads that are to handle tho transportation of the three regiments of Ken tucky militia going to Ft Benjamin Harrison for encampment early this month decided that troops will mobil ire in Loijlsvllle on a date to be dew- nated by the adjutant general j Ij East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No correspondence publliht4 inlMi dined In tan by the writer The urns U not tor publication but U an evidence of good faith Write plainly 0710it07A0itO110S107e0St0A0S10ie0itOS0S10i10it0 oltokoAOiltoaoitowo3tot jJAOKSONKNUlt COUNTY 29The recent help to crops i Mrs Murphy of life Hill died Friday hero for I night and was brought We extend our sympathy f burial Sunday to the bereaved famllylIarlon Sparks who has been In Illinois for returned homo last week Sam Williams and family are plan again In Oct nlng to go to Illinois Frank Hatlleld Is still Improving relatives at McKee Click vlslledMyrtle f last week and attended the inst- itutuMr t powell and Mrs Ambrose visited at Aaron Powells Sunday James Baker and family of Hugh vie SundayJ A Lane ted relatives visited at James Clicks Friday and Saturday night He was on his way weeks visit with home after a two his daughter Mrs Engle at McKee ANNTILLK Annvllle Aug 22Corn crops In fine and Iflookingthis vicinity are the rain continues there will be better have been forcrops than there f yearsThis Is the week of the Jack I ThoseTeachers Instituteson County i attending from here are Pearlwho are MedlockLlzzlo Ingram Leonard Med I lock and R H Johnston Born to Mrs Robert H Johnston Saturday Aug 13 a 9 pound baby They name 11I him Clyde Mother and baby are do 4 Ing nicelyJ H Short n traveling tsalesman accompanied by his son Forest was hero last Monday Mr DeHolland from New York state Is 1visiting W A Worthington this week Dr Kings family are visiting I relatives In Laurel County this weekA negro was found dead about j two miles northwest of here Sund3YI a atfernoon He was found the ground with his coat Ii head his hat shoes and pipe lying him and a small testament and ibeside In money In his pocket Ho dinner within a half mile of where he was found An Inquest 1 was held and he was burled this morning Mrs 0 M Rader has been I visiting her father Robert Johnson r at Berea for a few daysThe Irvine i Baptist association will be held at Oak Grove church next Friday Sat urday and Sunday Quito a number here will attendWalter Mcd has gone away on a traveling thru Jackson County Mattto 11from and Mrs Jessie King are to days the big Laurel county Fair MILDRED MlldreC Aug 29The association at Oak Grove was well attended and all went off quietly with but little drinking Kit York of Rockcastle Co Is visiting his daughter Mrs Scott Evans W M Baker the tie man bas been branding ties for W K Jones this week Moore and Vaughn Lumber Co will soon move their mill to Annvllle where they will caw cross tlesA dead negro was found near Welchburg last week Tho cause of his death Is not known W F Jones was visiting homo folks and attending the association 9 Saturday and Sunday Sheriff L C Little was here Saturday summoning I jurors for Circuit CourtJames H t Moore attended the London Fair Friday Mrs M C Jones hand IB R 4 well alter suffering considerable from I itewarmer and Powers seems to IKS 1 gaining In popularity every day HUBIKY Hurley Aug 28Qulte a number j attended the association at Oak Grove Saturday Polllo McCollum visited t friends here a few days last week Lula Gabbard who has not been well for some time Is better Married Aug 24th RIley Gabbard of tills place to Martha Howard of Laurel Creek Clay County There will bo a box supper at our church on Fri day night Sept 9th Everybody in- vltedA short series of meetings will begin tho Wednesday before the second Saturday In September SAND GAP Sand Gap Aug 29rhe recent rains are bringing crops out nicely Tie making and well drilling are about the chief occupations now Every citizen within the city limits of Sand Gap has or Is having a well drilled Mrs J W Williams and laughter Mollle visited relatives In Madison County last week lira Sarah Durham who has been ill for some time Is somewhat Improved Mrs Sherman Durham and Florence Durham are slckThe remains of Mrs Rebecca Murphy of Berea were brought to Kerby Knob yesterday for Interment In the church cemetery Mrs Murphy was the wife of Jesse Murphy formerly of this place The bereaved family have our sym- 11JathYC S Durham went to Be on business Tho Con gresslonal race between Edwards and Powers Is balanced up pretty well here and Is not such a onesided affair as some thought It would teat first It Is a known fact that Edwards Is rapidly gaining while Powers is only holding his own If he Is doing that Jjidgo R C Tar tar of Pulaski County Is speaking thru this county in behalf of Ed wards this week and it Is reported that former Judge H C Faulkner will stump this county in his behalf next week Maggie Durham after visiting home folks and attending the Teachers Institute at McKee last week has returned to her school at FoxtownThe Teachers Institute at McKee was conducted by Prof C D Lewis of Berea College and is reported as being one of the best held for many years The sad news has Just been fecelved that while out working In the woods Saturday tho Rev Allen Lunsford took sud denly ill and died within twenty four hours The two doctors that were quickly summoned tho they did all they could do could not relieve or save him The bereaved family have our deepest sympathy CLAY COUNTY noosFn Hooker Aug 25Frances Muncy has been away for some time but re turned home WednesdaySchool la progressing nicely with sixty In at tendance Cleo Hayes and Walter Slzemoro were married Sunday Aug 21 the Rev Dan Phllphot officiating Fruit Is very scarce In this sec tion of the county nonv Dory Aug 2lMr Archer and Marlon Singleton are attending tho fair at LondonLeonard Edwards of Taft visited friends Saturday night Mrs Maggie Ray returned home after visiting her uncle Jessio Sparks and H C Hall left for Har lan County to buy cattle Delora Banks who has been ill Is better It is reported that Mrs Callle Sparks has feverH B Singleton has Joined the army Sophie Singleton Is visit her sister this weekD M Al ling Is getting along very well with his All seem to like him Several attended association at the Narrows Saturday and all report a good time HUIININO SlKlNGS Burning Springs Aug 28 Hiram McCreary and wlfo of Barbourvllle are visiting their son George who Is still Improving from his serious Injury of last winter Their uncle of High Knob also visited there on Sun day Hiram McCreary of Corbin has accepted a telegraph position In Harlan where the new railroad Is I 1AB Eversole Pres T Q Lewis Vice Pres Hyden Citizens Bank 11HydenKentucky ofCOAL and TIMBER and the close relation that exists between the owners and this bank naturally places our business on a basis unsurpassed for strength and safety While our vast amount of wealth is now lying dormant we have every reason to believe that in the near future our county will be the center of developement and prosperity Money will not only be plentiful butour citizens will know how to take care of their wealth As a bank for the benefit of the people we are using every effort to teach our customers the real value off money and the safest way to use It Begin business with us now and help to make a bigger and better LESLIE COUNTY We are always glad to serve you- rI WS versole Cashier C W Hoslcini Asst I I CashierI f H being built Mrs Jack Rawllngs is very 111 with typhoid fever Mrs Levi Collins of Sachyr died a few days ago leaving a family of three grown daughters There was a large attendance at the Odd Fellows picnic today on Laurel Fork Mrs White and son Taylor visited the formers mother on Horse Creole last week Mrs Robinson of Be rea who has been visiting hero for some time has returned homeDr Webb Is having an addition and porches added to his homo Fayetto Rawlings entertained his soninlaw Caleb Powers last week The pri mary school closed its first month with an average of 59 In attendance VINE Vine Aug 27James Williams made a trip to Manchester Wed nesday on business W T Brown ing Is very 111 Nelson and Llsha Kelley and Levi Penntngton attend ed tho London fair this week Hiram Corn tt made a business trip to Lon don last weekMr and Mrs Geo Kelley are all smiles over the arrival of a baby recently Mr and J Mrs May Ponder visited their daugh ter Mrs Kizzlo Peunlngton a part of this weekThe little son of Jas I Williams Is very ill with something like phthisic Several attended tho Odd Fellows march at Brown Mission i todayJudge Lewis of Manches ter will speak at the church house next Saturday Everybody Invited C C Clark made a business trip to Richmond this week OMIDA Oneida Aug 2S Everybody is just returning from the London fair today Magglo Coldiron has typhoid fever Squire Reid was In London t Thursday buying mulesH C EorI sole mado a speech here yesterday in favor of D C Edwards Most every body seems to bo for Powers Thero will be a teachers association held hero the first Saturday in September Everybody Invited Derry Clark I Is visiting Oneida this week Crops t are looking fine especially corn Dllllan Cobb has just returned from Niagara Falls Lloyd Dezarn left last week to enlist In the army School Is progressing well More aro attending this year than over Iw I tore II olllaildof for is kind of is hold politician serve is cjficicntly serve at Utica GARRARD I PAINT LICK Lick Aug 23Mm Suslo for to visit Mrs Stowoo Stowe and children left last Monday parents Mr and Mrs Chas Rogers Mrs Lucy Abnuas of Clover Bot tom was the gust of Sam Eden Sr and family last week Jeff Davis I and S W Wyllo were in last Monday on business Lucy Cade I and Annie Wallace were guests of Mr and family last Tuesday I at Berea Mrs A J KIdd was in the visiting relatives last weekMr and Mrs Tom Plgg are the parents of a big boy born Aug Stowo about tO years old died at the home of Arth ur Stowe Aug 19 Her remains were laid to rest in the Paint Lick cemetery Mrs was the guest of II family last Saturday nlght1fheitavT- ussey will begin a sorleu of meet- Ings at High Point school house the first Sunday In h- avitedEmery Gaffney of Villa Grove 111 is visiting friends and relatives at Paint Llck Mr Mrs G B Gabbard were the guests of D Jj Gabbard last Sunda- yROCKCASTLE COUNTY IOIINKTTA Johnetta August 29 Hiram Aster HamilItonwedneSdayLnu1rence with typhoid but Is Improving Jas j Drew was called to Blanche last week to see his little was low with T J whoI of Evergreen relatives Abnoy gave the young i folks a candy party Saturday night Sexton has gone I Creek after his household Ho was by his mother Thena is visiting her aunt at Mt Vernon Wllllo Forysthe Is having a now houso built A protracted meeting began at Hum mel Clark had his leg broken by a wagon running ItMrs Ella You g of Blanch is visiting her mother Mrs Gadd Rockford Aug 29 Measles are v dying out after a siege of seven weeks there is much road work being done around here Sunday school at Scaffold Cane Is again after having run down somewhat on account of measlesI A Bowman was at Rockford ono day last week Lee Wren was in Rockford last week looking after a mill W C Viars and J W McCollum aro preparing to go to Tates Creek association this week Quito a crowd was at Daddlo Todds Sunday the 28th this being his 75th birthday Berta E Todd who has been visit ing her sister Mrs Mae Bullen has returned home Mrs Bessie Bullon who has been sick for some time la Improving Mrs Nora and Mao Bullen visited Mrs J W Todd Sunday IVILUtK- Wlldle Aug 30Mrs Mary E Cof fey and Mrs James Aldrich are vis Ring Mrs A E Reynolds at Liv IngstonMrs Edward Graves of Paris is visiting her parents Mr nail Mrs W H Jones Mr and Mrs Jno Crawford of Brodhead were guests of Mr and Mrs II S Brannaman Saturday and Sunday Stella Adams of Dlsputanta visited Mrs H H Wood Sunday Mrs Anna Richardson of Madison County Is vlslt tog her uncle L T Stewart of this- placeWlley Hayes and little grandson Oscar of Corbin visited friends last weekMrs W II Brannaman who has been sick for somo time Is Improving HARLAN INCIIM 1Jncllne Aug 26It Is said that Lloyd Hensleys wife Is very 111 with Bosselendwere guests of Abner Lewis last week ICrops are progressing nicely Tho pithe citizens of Harlan and Leslie CauhtleaLESLIE COUNTY IIKITOV- Helton Aug 27Jlm North aged 78 years died Thursday Ho leaves a wife and children and many friends to mourn his loss Ellen and Victoria Ttc politics Icare the politics in which decency combined with efficiency I that the only wiry in whicha can really his party by helping thatparty to tIle people Col COUNTY Paint Frankfort Lancaster Owen mountains proud 19Grandma Old Fannlo Brockman Sept Everybody and granddaughter pneumonia visited dayEtta Elijah furnitureI accompanied Abney SundayMart over IIOCICIOIID Increasing sorghum slowly COUNTY Roosevelt Wilson have been visiting their sister on the Cumberland river for the past few daysCarlow Hoskins killed a wild cat near the Helton postofftc It weighed nearly 45 poundschloe Wilson has been visiting homo folks a part of last weekJ L Wllson has taken a job bedding logs from the mouth of Beach Fork to his house about 8 mlles Tho Rev H Davis preached to a largo congregation Sun day at Beach Fork school house Rebecca Napier visited Ellen and VIc- toria Wilson Sunday Henry Rose and Zeke Folster of Whitley County are visiting friends and relatives for a fow dayscorn Is looking well 1IYDUX Hyden Aug 27 Tuesday Aug 23 Caleb Iowers spoke for two hours in front of the Court House to over 1000 people As Mr Powers went over the Issue of the campaign ho was heartily cheered by his audi Lets With the exception of one little drunken row the crowd behaved ex tremely wellTho Farmers Insti tute Is being conducted in Leslie this week nnd a greater Interest is Ite lug shown by tho farmers than ever- I before Yesterday boiug Saturday wlgniling plans to organize a wheat grow association Wo hope many farm era will join and pledge themselves to raise so much wheat It was call mated that over 50000 goes out of Leslie County for flour In one year and a like sum for meat and lard W D Roberto who has a position with the Mt Vernon Signal Is back home for a short stay Maynard Gar rison of Spring Creek was over last week to attend the speaking Judge L D Lewis held a special term cf Circuit Court In Wolf County last weekMary HosUlns Is able to ro I sumo her work after being confined to her room for three weeks with CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers who value their own comfort and the weltaroot lhclrehlldren should never be without a box of Mother Urajrl Sweet powders Children usethrouQhoutlheaeuonTheyllrcakopCoilCure order Headache and Stomach Troubles JI1K8B row EII8 NEVEU PAIL Sold by all Drag Storei Uc Dunt any lubttitute A Hrlat package will be sent FliER to any mother who tilll oddreu AUea8 Olmitcd Lo Hoy N Y IteverDr R L Collins was called to Clay County last week to see Dave Bowling who was shot In a drunken rowThe Kentucky Coal Land Co has brought suit to stop parties owning timber on their land from cutting same The citizens bought the timber of their agent Mr King Cook somo eight or ten years ago Now tho Company claims Cook had no authority to sell their Umber The case will bo tried In the Federal Court at Maysvlllo W B Muncy was In Hyden last week on business Born to the wife of W B Roberta a tine boy last Friday Taylor Mun cy was In town Tuesday representing The Citizen tAUSKV Causey Aug 29J C Jones of Plnovlllo passed thru last week on business R M Wilson and Co are now running their saw mill at White OakJ B Mlnlan of Hyden passed thru on his way to Grassy Fork to visit relatives Peto Wilson wcekGilGrassy Fork on business A new post office has been established at White Oak H L Hcneley is postmaster LAUREL COUNTY 1iroiiuiui Pittsburg Aug 24Most everybody is attending the Fair at London this- weekThero have been several cases of scarlet foyer around Plttsburg but none have been wry serious The Holiness People are holding a meeting at tho Methodist church and getting some followers Tho Ruv John Reams preached at the Pittsburg church on Wednesday nlglt- 1Our school h progressing nicely The singing class expects to meet the Hawk Creek class nt Liberty church next Sunday and have a sing ing Win Mulllns will lead Born to Mrs Milford Johnson u glrlBorn to Mrs Eliza Evans a gltlZ Hun aol visited relatives at Pine mil last Saturday night and was In the wreck between Hazel Patch and East Born stadt Sunday but fortunately was not hurtJohn Lear passed thru re cently on a drumming trlpLeo Hlb bard who has been low Vfllh typhoid Is Improving Clarissa Soudan of Mt Vernon IK staying with her aunt Mrs Lula Clontz John Blair t has moved to Welchtown Ho expects to take the job of Stable boss for tho Plttsuurg Coal Co In a short time John Broughton Jr and LIllIo Iansel were quietly married at the homo l of tilt brIdes uncle Mr Stove Adams Saturday night B 11 Colt officiated I The colored people had a picnic for I the benefit of their Sunday school lou Saturday near tho East Pittsburg church housocrops are looking well Mrs Betty Hutchlnson who has been sick at her mothers is well enough now to return home PERRY COUNTY IIA7tIU Hazard Aug 27 Trouble between Dr Cecil Young and Sheriff Frank Horn was narrowly averted yesterday streetldiscussing guns friends seized them and tho trouble Is over for the present Uncle Elijah Coniutt ninety years old recently sold his farm and says ho Is going west to grow up with the country Uncle IB sane Baker 100 years old goes regular ly to see his best girl These two seam to have their youth renewed like the eagloTho store of 1 J Duff Co at Boat Ky was burned Tuesday night causing about 5000 loss Tho fire Is thought to be of incendiary orlgn Caleb Powers spoke hero Monday to n courthouse full of ixoplo1 tnIdayrCI Lumber and Manufacturing Co Is In this county buying timber for tho Co A ball game was played today tween the Hlnduian and 110I teams and resulted In a victory for Hlmiman Score 12 to 9J G Begloy slake today In favor of Mr Edwards H C Eversole did tho same Wed nesday Much building is being done In our hustling little town ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IIUAMCII Locust Branch Aug 29 Richardson and wife of 0 aro visiting friends and lIamlllonl for a few days A J and wife have just returned front a two weeks visit to Hamilton Ohio Our protracted meeting begins Sat urday Sept 10Allco Revls who has been away for some time is tt homo again with her parents and relatives Thero have been several cases of typhoid fever but all are 100 Reward 1001The readers of this paper will learn that there la at one trended illKnue that aclence ties been able to cure In nil til sta gel and that I + Catarrh Halla Catarrh Cure U the curetiow known to the medical fraternity Cnlarrh bring a constitutions dl enie require a constitutional treatment kitsCatarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucom surfaces of the ylJ till thereby destroying the foundation of the lineage and giving the patient strength by the constitution nature In doottigitt work The proprietors have 10 much faith in iu curative powers that oRer One Hundred Dollars for any caw that It fallilo cure Send for list of testimonials Address K J CHltNNY R CO Toledo O Sold by all Dtug t c Take 11a11a Family rill for constipation reported betterMrs Molllo Btckncll and Bessie BIckncll were in Rich mond last Thursday on business Our i school has dismissed one week foriInstitute Mrs Clark Johnson and Nannie French of Mains River were r visiting in our town last week OWSLEY COUNTY Island City Aug 2GtIurst nUll Anderson nro progressing nicely with their saw and grist millMr Short our traveling salesman passed thruioltodayA large number attended the London Fair Monday Tho barn of Wm Bowman of near Index Ky was burned to the ground last Tues day A largo quantity of hay and oats a pair of mules harness saddles and all kinds of farming Implements tyero destroyed with ItThe associa tion at Walnut Grove begins Sept 9thGolden the little Infant of Win Mays is slckW T Bowman of Kelleyvllle Is visiting friends A Jt G PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR COMING YEAR Continued from fifth page f The Instruction in all these tradeser except bricklaying is without cost to the boy or girl Only a small fee toacharged for use of tools nnd mater ials used This cost Is given in an other column of this paper No parent with a boy or girl grow ing up can afford to have him or her miss the opportunity of learning a trade Send that boy to school It is a better Investment than life In surance and a surer protection against a rainy day than a bank accountIBorea College will do tho rest Semi ttile Joy or girl to school this fall NEWS OF THE WEEKIContinued from fit pixel who thinks Mr Roosevelt doesnt understand tie Socialists TART AND THE TAIUFFlreslIdent Taft lies sent a letter to ConIgressman McKinley for the paign Text hook which has hounded tho keynote of the Fall Campaign lie admits that there ore some of tho Tariff Schedules that are bad anti advocates their revision He cites tho much good legislation enacted by tho last session of Congress and pleads for harmony to continue the muchIthe problems that confront tho Ad mlnstrntlon with a Republican ma jority tolerating honest differences of opinion than to turn tho whole matter over to the Democrats rm theytits showing himself worthy the trust Imposed upon him- BAPTIST ASSOCIATION The Totes Creek Baptist Associa tlon met at Newby Tuesday anti Wednesday of this week Bcrca was represented In the ABM elation by Rev W P Wllks W H Tayliar elation 190S9 190910 219 Membership 58 10100 Missions J2C260 90000 Church Expenses 3652GOI- CC S S Av Attendance 1721 111335 Contributions 11070 The Young Doctor How 1m longed to have nome whisker n hI hung lili shingle out nut tha hair upon hit features It was dark nor stout IntlIhfr wnlted tong for patient but mme his way Then nt taut he saki Til get em If I stave four times a dayl he lIttnbnut the shaving with a razor 180 nail n trap j fun and nap and whiskers Into cropIIn texture 10 lilt business grow apace maturerIl day the mayor said you think twould be tome better Ioonl youll find a wife and wed P hustled In tilt parlor and at last found a miss Who was just the one he wanted and he seeded It with a klsil Now the business grew Irutanter and he almost made It go Yet ho had to half admit It that Ida practice still wits low Then a quiet hunch possessed him and he bought nn auto too Now this foxy doctor fellow he has moro than he can dot Byrdn William TRADE MORAL Advertising prominence in this paper is to you Mr Home Merchant what steam is to an engine w WE BU- YWOOLHIDESANDRUR IJ11tutDalers veuiM letltr for toa liii ifttU K CMwbib metiiaU Ktltrtict uiuk to Lwinlll We liiibk Wo IBijiFM to Mf tUfftrt Write hrpi ke litt M BABEL a SONS IUUIb4 Lesktilie at L