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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w BEKEA PUBLISHING CO pxoortroUATE J PPAULiKNLR Manager BraIned at the POojJl at Herta liv elf second elan lrIGalIIatln XII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 22 1010 One Dollar year No 13 I WE are to show you the newest in Nobby Suits and to your expectations in sdevery requirement S 10 to 20FOR FINE QUALITY Suits and Overcoats j High Grade I HATS SHOES SHIRTS HOSIERYETC At Popular Prices i R Kentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK InI Prtildcntlal Timber Democratic urgents Sugar Trust Conviction MORE PIIESIDNETIAL TIMBER son for governor The nomination Is practically equivalent to an election President Wilson has often boon spoken of as a Presidential possibility and his nomination now as Governor of Ida State is looked upon as a step in that direction Harmon Folk Guy t4or WilsonwhIch COOKS RECORDS Reports persist in coming from the North that Dr Cookls making his way to tho north east of Greenland to secure his Instru menu and data reported to havo Loan left at Etah It is claimed by Cooks friends that tho Copenhagen experts will havo to chango their decision It ho secures the data that ho says Perry refused to bring to America The latest report has it that John R Bradley is with Cook- DEMOCRATIC INSURGENTSThoI Independent Democrats in convention at Nashville last week said No to Patterson Ills withdrawal and plea for harmony came too late especially since tho machine is still his A feature of the Convention was a pro cession of old Confederate soldiers cheering for Hooper tho Republican candidate for Governor whom the convention indorsed The action of tho convention Is thought to insure t the election of Hooper i ILLINOIS VINDICATES SO IE- 1OOln tho primary elections held in Illinois whero there has been to much said about houso cleaning tha chief rascals seem to havo gotten a vindication at the hands of their constituents Leo ONell Browne who j has been twice tried for selling out in the to Mr Lorlmnr who thereby became U S Senator was nominated to succeed himself and the Speaker of tho House Mr Shurtllff also won out Many of tho lesser rascals went down to defeat which goes again to show that time bigger the rascal the better the American people like him SUGAR TRUST CONVICTION The United States Circuit Court lastI Monday sentenced Charles R former Secretory and Treasurer of the American Sugar Refining Com pany to servo eight months In tho Now York penitentiary and pay a fine of 5000 BLUE AND GRAY MEET Tho 44th Annual Encampment of tho Grand Army of tho Republic began Its session at Atlantic City N J last Sunday Tho Grand Army En camrment was visited by a number of Confederate veterans generals and soldiers The reception of tho Confed erates and their addresses before tho vast assembly of their former foes gave striking proof that ours is no longer a divided country Continued on lat port j F nIIl v = Mllf rt1Il iIa t I r r- PLIES I DENT S OFF I CE Jtl BEn EA KY f X THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People 11Vol a Mens Wear practical R COYLEIiiBerea RaPldlLorlmerajFate conenIlion PROF ROBERTSONS LETTER Last of the SeriesWritten From Washington Library of Congress Study of Old Maps The Emergence of Kentucky on the Map Washington D C Aug 13 1910 Editor of The Citizen Tuesday etenlng of tho week lust last brought me to the national cap ital which will be tho end of a pro fitable and pleasant vacation trip It is useless to try to deicrluo Uw things of interest hore because one is soon swamped The city Is full of tourists as 1 suppose It is all of the year Theta is at present a congress of tho students and advocates of Esperanto tho universal language Re presentatives conic from all over the world and flvo or six nations send official representatives Some of tho church services on Sunday are to be conducted lu Esperanto but I think I shall stick to the English Thetw people are surely enthusiastic but I fear are deluded in their expectation of having an art Ifleal language adopted In place of one of natural growth This afternoon was n lively one In Washington because of the regatta on tho Potomac In which were con tests between leading boat crews cf American and Canadian cities Tho day was perfect and a largo crowd assembled for Saturday afternoon Is a half holiday There was evidently much skill displayed but it is certain ly much tamer sport than a Kentucky horse race The splendid physique of the rowers however was a sight worth seeing Tho point of main Interest to mo hero and the object of my visit is tho Library of Congress This is a veritable scholars paradise The building itself is so beautiful its in terior finish of marblo gilding and fresco Is so rich nqd yet refined its setting on an ample and well kept ground Is so fitting that tho senses aro fully satisfied Everything inside is so quiet tho superintendent and assistants aro so courteous and anx ious to aid the worker that he feels at his best The magnitude and var iety of the material available and the excellence of its classification and cataloguing render It possible to get results rapidly All of tho day mny bo spout hero for a cafe on the top floor supplies the midday lunch Various sections of the Library are being explored In turn in my search for material One day I havo spent thus far In tho historical stacks of the reading Library Hero I found most of the published material on Kentucky history and one or two rare books that had never been seen before meAnother day was spent in the de partment of maps and I must write on this moro fully The superintendent Mr Phillips Is a specialist and is tho man who discovered and reproduced tho Filson mapthe original cf which I saw He seems much dIs- gusted that Kentuckians do not take a larger Interest in this work for of his edition a surprisingly small number havo been taken The day here was spent In study- Ing out the emergence of Kentucky LEST WE FORGET The Courier Journal the Lexington Herald the Ow eusboro Messenger and some others of the Democratic press are bewailing the brought upon the State by the election of Powers in the Bloody Eleventh Jn the generosity of grief in one breath they go so far as to lament the fact that the Eleventh has doomed the Republican party in the State forever And in the next breath they CongressmantheElevenihs Our distinguished contemporaries have forgotten who it was that the State to shame under what circumstances it was done and where the real monument to our folly now stands It is mucheasier to put the blame some where else than to generously ac knowledge the fault of our own section The Citizen did not take sides in the contest in the llth District and intended to let the election pass off without any wailings of dissatisfaction or hysterical expressions of approval Nor does it now propose to break that good resolution The editor has not been the champion of either man but has exhalted principle above the man But now that the contest is over and the result is such a grevious blow to the pride of the state he wishes to say a few things not he hopes disregarding principle altogether The editor was born and raised in the Bloody Eleventh con seqtiently he has a memory he now lives in the edge of the Blooded Blue Grasshe has not been there long enough to forget He is neither ashamed of the one place of residence nor proud of the other If he travels in the mountains nobody dreams that he hails from the aristocratic settlements or if be is seen on the streets of Lexington no one takes him for a red handed assassin As before said he has a memory It doesnt reach back to the time of the Civil War The worse for the Blue Grass if it did But it does encompass a later unpleasantness for instance the years 1800 and 1000 and a few others He remembers a certain state senator he saw him and heard him and knew him who swore in Public and in his presence that he had the Republican Party in his clutches and he symbolized the grip of his machinea product of a law of his own making the iniquitous Gobel Election lawupon that party by his clenched fists Anti the editor remembers the heat and the resentment the passion of the contest the indigna tion the popular uprising the defeat of the machine altho two out of every three of the election commissioners were machine men the contest according to a provision of the law that was intended to make assurance doubly sure the thin ballot subterfuge the thwarting of the will of the people expressed at the polls the destruction of government in Kentucky And the editor remembers that at this juncture the Blue Grass got its martyr whose only claim to fame is that he became an assassins victim The Citizou does not condone crime It condemns it wherever it sees it The Republican Party in the State did not and does not now endorse assassination neither does the 11th Congressional Dis trict and the difference between the two parties in the state the Democratic and Republican and the two sections the Blue Grass and the Eleventh District as the Citizen sees it is that the one finds it hard to forget Mr Gueblus assassination while the other remembers only the Robbery of 1800 and 1000 and the Eleventh Dis trict still thinks that tho latter thwarting the will of the whole people at the poleswas a greater crime than the formerthe kill ing of a single man- Forgetting some things the Blooded Blue Grass has its martyr and desecrates the State Capital with his Re membering some things the II Bloody Eleventh has its martyr whom all the iniquitous machinery of the state could not execute Truly standing on practically neutral ground and trying to speak impartially it seems to The Citizen that the Bloody Eleventh has it one or two on the Blooded Blue Grass Is it shame for the disgrace that tho election in the Eleventh has brought on the state that actuates our contemporaries in their wailings or is it chagrin because they have lost their quarry f Howard Hall which has just been remodeled Howard Hall looks all right now hoped that neither the Hall nor tho A fine Hall and a fine lot of young young men will ever bo marred In ap men Academicians It is to be pearance ever look less fine on tho map of the United States and tho world The old Jno Smith map of Virginia in 1GOG gave not a hint of It nor did the map based on the ex ploration of Sir Walter Raleigh In a most remarkable copy of a French map of 1C32 in tho archives at Paris tho upper Mississippi was quite fully worked out but the lower and Kentucky were a blank On an other copy of a most beautiful map from Franco in 1CS8 the mouth of tho Mississippi had appeared but Kentucky was still blank In a French mOil of 1755 Kentucky begins to appear Dr Thos Walkers of 1750 has made possi ble the placing of Walkers Eng lish Establishment on tho map which tho French 1 suppose saw with Jeal ous eyes The Cumberland river also appears under tho name that Walk er gave it instead of the Chaounm tho Indian name Tho Kentucky river appears as the Catawba- In another French map of 17 C the Catawba gives place to Kachiketo A famous map is that of Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson published in 1756 The western part of Virginia is well worked out but Just a hint of Kentucky is seen in the source of tho Cuttaway River under which name the Kentucky figures for some time It is interesting to see the Jeffersonlan effort to fasten clasal u u- I cal names on tho west in tho uso of Pelesippi in placo of the more usual Clinch for that river of I western Virginia In a French map of 177E the Cut taway seems in some way to have turned into the Tat erOy The first really good map of the west is that of Thos Hutchins published by act I of tho English Parliament in 1778 in London Mr Hutchins was a cap- taIn of the GOth Regiment British geogIIn this map however the Kentucky river is still the Cuttawa and tho Cum berland mountains havo gono back to their original Indian name Ousl ato Somebody had been using tho copy of tho map and amending It for several locations aro placed on In pen lit In a map of 1783 printed to show after the peace which closed time Revolution the Kentucky river again goes back to the Cataw ba But in another map of the same date advertised to bo made from every survey and sketch of note hereto fore made in theso Limits and conformed to the best astronomical ob servations tho river appears under its rightful name of Kentucke The main settlements are correctly given I and some of tho early trails I Continued on filth past r IIN THE LIGHT OF MAINE Significance of New Englands Elec tionsReal Conflict Approaching Await Results In New York and MinnesotaAnother Letter from President Taft Reeds Successor Saved The Citizens political summary of last week was written and ready for the press before the news was receiv ed of the disaster to the Republican party In the state of Maine To some the closing paragraph outlining the success of the Democrats may have seemed a rather Incongruous end ro the article Smoother Seas but the reference in the article was to conditions between the factions in the Republican party and not to the Republican and Democratic parties The news that was given in the last paragraph was correct as to the C sult with the exception of one item it was therein stated that the Demo crats had gained three congressmen and the fact that two of these were from the two noted districts in Maine DIngleys and Reeds was made much of also the further fact that the con gressman in Reeds district was Mr Cannons prompter being a noted parliamentarian was considered of more than ordinary significance It is as to the latter district that the mistake was made the paragraph was written from the very earliest reports and it turned out that Mr Reeds successor was not defeated and in consequence the Congress and Mr Cannon if jo should be again elected Speaker will not be deprived of the services of that distinguished Parliamentarian New England Elections The elections in some of the New England states Maine New and Vermont especially are al ways looked forward to on the years that Congressmen and Presidents are elected wiUi unusual interest ow ing to the fact that these elections come in September preceding the na tional November election These elections are considered significant be cause of the fact that they are sup posed to throw light upon the trend of public sentiment and give an ink ling of the result that may be expected in the national elections following Both the Vermont and Now Hamp shire elections had been held and were reported on in The Citizen last week In Vermont the Republicans won but by vastly reduced majori ties owing to the fact it is thought that the Insurgent issue Was not clearly outlined In New Hampshire the victory was won clearly on In surgent and Standpat lines a decid ed victory for the Insurgentsand- the effect of this victory has been felt the land and has been put down to the credit of the In surgents These were powerful pleaders for harmony In ranks and proved great eyeopeners to the Regulars or Standpatters Everywhere there seemed to be a tendency tow ard conciliation conciliation as out lined in the article of last week harmony and willingness to concede after the primaries It was In the light of these facts that the article was headed Smoother Seas Philosophical View But what now of the situation in the light of the result In Maine In a word It may be said that the Republicans have been set to thinking and planning and the Democrats have begun their crowing Their watch word is a simple one and good If they can Just carry it out Sit steady in the boat but that is something they are not good at doing and the Republicans may have some hope In view of that fact Again it Is decid edly better for the Republicans that this slump should come in the midad ministration elections If it is looked at philosophically it might be said that it Is the best thing that could happen unless it should go so far as to deprive the Republicans of sufficient machinery to continue the car rying out of their pledges If it only results in reduced majorities it would have the good effect of forcing them to have a care for their acts and thus spurred to the full sense of duty any lack on their part for the first two years of the administration might be made up and so well made up that victory would crown their ban ners in the presidential election fol lowing Such has been the case in the past and such may be the effect of this present scare Real Conflict Soon In any event the battle will soon be on Up to the present time The Citizen has been chiefly interested in the warring elements in the Republi can party while its sympathy has been entirely with the Insurgents There are but few more primaries to be held New York and Minnesota Continued on fifth Fe a Jtf 1 Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper COUNTY ready Legislature Louisville disgrace brought popular monument illustrious Mississippi exploration Republican Hamp- shIre throughout Republican The First Thing To Do After ReachingCollege Is to put the money that I you are depending on to carry you through thetyear in a safe place Dont keep it in your pockets or hide it away in your room it is too easy to lose it or to have 1 it stolen Put it in the Bank I f where it will be safe and where you can get it when you need it i Many students have checking accounts with this Bank and we solicit r yours also t 1 You will find us con veniently located on Main street just off the campus HOURS x- tSAMto4PM i Berea I Bank Trust- Company 1 IN OUR OWN STATE Powers WinsPoor Equipment of State Soldiers Lexingtons Storm Supreme Court to SayNo More Hangings POWERS WINSIn the eleventh district primaries held last Thursday Caleb Powers was an easy winner over Don C Edwards the present congressman from the district The ma jorities are not officially made out yet but tho victory for Powers was so overwhelming that there will never be- nny question as to his election Tho returns so far made show that he car tied all tho nineteen counties with ne exception of three Bell Laurel nit PulaskI Edwards majority in Laurel his home county was only thirty His total majorities in tho district only six hundred and eighty while the ma jorities for Powers reach the enor mous figure of nine thousand seven ty eight according to unofficial counts Mr Edwards has gracefully accepted the result and announces his determination to fight for the success of tho party in the state NIGHT RIDERS AGAIN ACTIVE Rands of masked men wero seriously in evidence again in Bracken County lust week and as a result the barns of Mr W O Bradford with all their contents were burned On the same night the barns of George B Kenney were burned also The property loss In time two Instances is estimated to be four thousand dollars It is only partly covered by Insurance The cause of tho outbreak was thought to be duo to the fact that during the trouble last year Mr Kenney allowed state troops to be quartered on his farm It seems that ho had been threatened because of his evident sym pathy with the lawenforcing element GOOD ROADS CONGRESSA good roads convention which was held last week at the State Fair Grounds In Louisville voted to call a good roads congress to meet in Louisville during tho Christmas holidays Each county is invited to send five representa tives In no respect is Kentucky so far behind the times as in the matter of roads and at this convention this winter a program will be outlined which will aim to secure legislation that will greatly help the state and the counties to build good roads This is only one of the purposes of the congress the chief aim beng to create sentiment throughout the entire state In favor of better roads HANGINGS NO MORE According to a law passed by the last legiela Coutlnucd on fifth pace tte1 9SIf n RAUT1ORTlf11 JTRAT0NC45Y s 7 tellt PW4JCNT IOC7 aY R YAg1aN WRWP7RD I SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored et a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In theI vicinity of her home In central Asia and revealed to him the locaUon of a mine of rubles hoping that the stranger would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by the who blocked up the en supplyIMvinBud her betrothed to climb down a cliff overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Sand car ned dug his way out of the tunnel and departed the girl and carrying a rubles Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pur suit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous donna became engaged In London to Konstantln Lo a Oreek financier Her LeVlzknownhad been killed by a bomb In St Petersburg and Lady Maud most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an American who had become one the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed tI London as soon as he heard of er betrothal lie offered Lady Maud JSOOOCOO for her pet charity If she would aid him In winning- the singer from Logothetl Bsraka approached Logothetl at Versailles with rubles to eelt He presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and- sent It to Venice He was visited by Baraka In male attire She gave him a the American had told her of having seen In the United States a man mattering the description of the one she loved The American followed Margaret festivalIMar pre aented her with the rub Baraka had given him Count Krallnsky a arrived at Bayreuth Van Torp believed pursuing3arakacharge of from a Jew I Logothetrl Ioclail cion and so Informed Margaret Van JTorp believed that Krallnsky was the cowboy he had known In his young man t releasewant to sea on ma yacht Erlnna Daraka explain her plans for revenge on thei man who had deserted her and left her to die LogotheU succeeds In moderating rdpientteeredintoopera house In New York The thief who stole the ruby from Mr PInney Is arrest I ed In New York and the atone recovered Maud confides to Van Torp that believes Krallnsky to be the husband 1lhehad believed dead Van Torp prom his help to unravel the mystery i CHAPTER XI 1 1 Continued tike bad already come to the conclu lion that It Kralinsky was really Lev en the latter had seized the opportu nity ottered him by his own supposed death to disappear from St Peters burg and had taken another name Loven had been a rUIned man when he had tried to divorce her when he nothingI1makehim for no one attempted to his widow responsible for them since there was no estate and she had no fortune beyond the allowance her I father made her Lord Creedmore was i far from being a rich peer too and what he gave her was not much al though It would more than suffice for j her simple wants now that she intended to live with him again But if Leven had not been killed and 1 had turned into Krallnsky he now bad plenty of ready money though I It was not easy to guess how he had obtained possession of a quantity of valuable Asiatic rubles within the few 1 Weeks that bad elapsed between his supposed destruction by the bomb and the date of Van Torps transaction with him in New York That was a t mystery So was his possible acquaint ance or connection with the eastern thereIthere was and she felt morally sure that the tale had evolved Itself out of1 the Greeks fertile brain as a fantas tic explanation of his atrocious con ductWhile she was thinking over these matters and rehearsing In her thoughts the scene that was before her she saw a gondola making straight for the yacht across the fast fading green of the lagoon that lay I between the vessel and the Piazzetta It came nearer and she drew back from the rail against her cabin door under the shadow of the promenade deck which extended over the gang way and was supported by stanchions as on an ocean liner The Lancashire Lass with her single yellow funnel her one short signal mast her turret shaped wheelhouse and her generally businesslike appearance looked more like a cross between a fast modern cruiser and an ocean greyhound than like a private yacht She even had a couple of quickfiring guns i mounted Just above her rail Lady Maud looked at the gondola and as it camo still nearer she saw that it brought only one passenger and that he had a fair beard She quietly opened her cabin door and went in to dress for dinner Meanwhile Mr Van Torp had completed his toilet and sent for the cap f tain I suppose youre ready at any mo meat captain Inquired the million afrei sir The pilot is on board and the gentleman you expected is Just coming alongside Then you can start now said the I owner after a moments thought I Where are we bound slrt I Oh well I dont know I wanted to say a few words about that I lain Do you happen to know any capI i bout a yacht called the Erlnaa 1 longing to a Mr Logothetl a Greek gentleman who lives in Paris Yes sir answered Capt f Brown for it was a part of his business to read the yachting news She was at Cowes when we sailed She was reported the other day from Gibraltar as having entered the Mediterranean aft er taking fresh provisions owner and party on board There la no further word of her Well said Mr Van Torp I have an fdea shes gone to Naples but I want you to find her right away wherever she Is owner and party on board Thats all captain If you happen to see her anywhere you just come and tell me It Im alone and it Im not why send one of your young men to say you want to know somethingany thing you happen to think of and Ill come to your room and tell you what to do See Thats all and now lets start please All right sir When the party assembled in the deck saloon for dinner Lady Maud was missing Stemp who did not Intend that his master should dine without his personal attention no mat ter how much the chief steward might object to his presence approached Mr Van Torp and whispered something Lady Maud begged that the party would sit down without her and she would Join them in a moment So they took their places and the vacant one was on the owners right between him and the prima donna You see said Mr Van Torp ex plaining to Mrs Rushmore which was wholly unnecessary we are Amen cans and this ship is America so the English guest goes first But Mrs Rushmore knew these things for she was used to handling lions in numbers and the little lions and the middlesized ones are very particular about their places at table but the great big ones do not care one dingle Sam as Mr Van Torp would have elegantly expressed their indifference For he was a great big lion himself Did you ever meet Lady Maud tOO he Inquired speaking to Krallnsky Which Lady Maud Too asked the foreigner in his rather oily voice There are several Countess Loven who was Lady Maud Foxwell explained Mrs Rush more Krallnsky turned quietly to her his single eyeglass fixed and glittering No he answered I knew poor Leven well but I was never introduced to his wife I have heard that she Is very beautiful You say you knew the late Count Leven observed Mrs Rushmore with an encouraging and interrogatory smileIntimately answered Krallnsky with perfect sell possession We were in the same regiment in the Caucasus I dare say you remember that he begun life as a cavalry officer and then entered the diplomacy Gifted man very the Russian added In a thoughtful tone but no balancol It seems to me that I have heard he did not treat his wife very well Mr Van Torp had met several very cool characters in his interesting and profitable career but he thought that if the man before him was Leven him self as he seemed to be he beat them all for calm effrontery Were you ever told that you looked like him tOO asked Mr Van Torp care lesslyEven at this question Krallnsky showed no embarrassment To tell the truth he replied I remember that one or two in the regiment saw a slight resemblance and we were of nearly the same height I should say But when I last saw Leven he did not wear a beard At this point Lady Maud came in quietly and made directly for the va cant place The two men rose as soon as she appeared and she found her self face to face with Krallnsky with the table between them Their eyes met but Lady Maud could not detect the slightest look of recognition In his Van Torp Introduced him and also watched his face narrowly but there was not the least change of expression nor any quick glance of surprise Yet Krallnsky possibly did not know that Lady Maud was on the yacht for he had not been told previously that she was to be of the party and In the short conversation which had preceded her appearance no one bad actually mentioned the fact She herself had come to dinner late with the express purpose of presenting herself before him suddenly but she bad to admit that tho Intended surprise did not take place She was not astonished however for she had more than onco seen her husband placed in very difficult situ ations from which he had generally extricated himself by his amazing power of concealing the truth Being seated nearly opposite to him it was not easy to study his features without seeming either to stare at him rudely or to be bestowing more attention on him than on any of the others Her eyes were very good and her memory for details was fair and if she did not look otten at his face she watcno his hands and listened to the intonations of his voice and her conviction that be was Ltren grew d urine din Their Eyes MeLInor Yet there was still a shadow of doubt though she could not have told exactly where it lay She longed to lead him into a trap by asking some question to which it he were Loven he would know the an swer though not If he were anyone else a question to which he would not hesitate to rbply unsuspectingly if the answer were known to him But Lady Maud was not ingenious in such con versatlonal tricks and could not think of anything that would do The outward difference of appear ance between him and the man she had married was so small hat she could assuredly not have sworn in ev- Idence that Kralinsky was not her husband There was the beard and she had not seen Leven with a beard since the first months of her mar rlage four years ago when he had cut it off for some reason known only to himself Of course a recollection al ready four years aid could not be trusted like one that dated only as far back as three months for he had left her not long before his supposed deathThere were the hands and there was the left hand especially That might be the seat of the doubt Possibly she had never noticed that Leven bad a way of keeping his left little finger almost constantly crooked and turned inward as if it were lame But she was not sure even of that for she was not one of those people who study the hands of every one they know and can recognize them at a glance She had certainly never watched her husbands as closely as she was watching Kralinskys now Margaret was In the best of spirits and talked more than usual not stopping to think how Van Torps mere presence would have chilled and si lenced her three or four months earlierOn whole it was a gay dinner and Mrs Rushmore and Krallnsky knew that It was a very good one and told each other so afterward as they walked slowly up and down the great promenade deck in the starlight For people who are very fond of good cat ing can chatter pleasantly about their food for hours recalling the recent de lights of a perfect chaudfrold or a faultless sauce and It was soon evident that there was nothing connect ed with such subjects which Kralin sky did not understand and appreci ate from a Chinese blrdsnest soup to the rules of the great MarioAntoine Careme and BrlllatSavarins Physi ology of Taste Krallnsky also knew everybody Between gastronomy and society he appeared to Mrs Rush more to know everything there was to be known Lady Maud caught snatches of the conversation as the two came near her and then turned back and she remembered that Leven used to talk on the same subjects with elderly women on whom he wished to make a pleasant impression The voice was his too and yet she knew she had a doubt somewhere a very small doubt whlcn it was a sort of slow torture to feel was still unsatisfied Mr Van Torp sat between her and Lady Margaret while the two others walked The deepcushioned straw chair stood round a low fixed table on which there had been coffee and at Margarets request the light had been put out though it was only a small opalescent one placed under the awn- Ing abaft the wheelhouse and bridge We must be going very fast said Lady Maud for the sea is flat as a millpond and yet theres a gale as soon as one gets out of the lee of thingsShes doing 22 I believe replied Van Torp and she can do 23 if pressed She will by and by when she gets warmed up Where are we going Margaret asked At this rate we are sure to get somewhere- I dont know where were going Im sure The millionaire smiled in the gloom Brit as you say it doesnt take more than five minutes to get somewhere in a ship like this You must have told the captain what you wanted him to dot You must have given some orders Why certainly I told him to look around and sea if ho could find another yacht like this anywhere In the Mediterranean So hes Just looking around like that I suppose And if he finds another yacht anything like this well see which of us can go fast est You see I dont know anything about hips or where to go so I Just thought of that way of passing the time and when youre tired of rushing about and want to go anywhere in particular why Ill take you there If the weather cuts up well go in somewhere and wait and see things on shore Will that dot Margaret laughed at the vagueness of such a roving commission but Lady Maud looked toward her friend in the starlight and tried to see his expression for she was sure that he had a settled plan in his mind which ho would probably put Into execution She rose Do you mind very much if I go to bed Im rather sleepy after the Journey Oh I mustnt forget to tell you she added speaking to Margaret I always lock my door at night so dont be surprised I It you want to come in and talk when you come down Just call or knock and Ill let you In directly All right Margaret answered Lady Maud disappeared below leav- Ing tho two together for Mrs Rush more and Krallnsky had found a pleasant sheltered placo to sit further aft and the Count was explaining to the good American lady the delicious Rus Stan mysteries of Borshtsh Shtshl Kasha and Smyetany after extolling the unapproachable flavor of fresh sturgeons roe and explaining that caviare is not at all the Russian name for it and is not even a Russian word and Mrs Rushmore listened with intense interest and stood up for her country en a basis of Blue Point oysters planked shad canvasbacks and terrapin done in the Philadelphian manner which she maintained to bo vastly superior to the Baltlmorian and each listened to the other with real interest Van Torp and Margaret had not been alone together for five minutes since they had left Bayreuth on the previous day but instead of talking after Lady Maud was gone the prima donna began to sing very softly and beautifully nothing grand nor very difficult not the waltzsong that had made bet famous nor the Good SM day music which she could never slag to the world but sweet old melodious songs sbo had learned when a girl Shuberts Serenade and Ave Maria and Tostis Malta and then Beethovens Adelaide and Van Torp was silent and perfectly happy as well ho might be When she bid Van Torp goodnight she pressed his hand frankly as she had never done before but ho took no sudden advantage of what ho felt in her touch and he returned the pressure so discreetly that she was almost disappointed though not quite for there was Just a little something more than usual there She did not disturb Lady Maud either when she went to her cabin though if she had known that her beautiful neighbor was wide awake and restless she would at least have said goodnight and asked her if she was still so very tired But Lady Maud slept too at last though dot very long and was tho only one who appeared at breakfast to keep Van Torp company for Margaret slept the sleep of a singer which Is deep and long as that of the healthy dormouse and Mrs Rush more had her first tea and toast hap pily in her cheerful surroundings of pink and gliding As for Krnllniky his tuna Informed Stemp and the chief steward that tho count never thought of getting up till between nine and ten oclock when ho took a cup of chocolate and a slice or two of sponge cake In his own room before dressing So Lady Maud and Van Torp had tho yacht to themselves for some time that morning I fancy from what you said last night that your plan Is to catch Lo gothetl and the Tartar girl at sea said Lady Maud when they were aloneI supposed youd understand an swered Van Torp Do you see any harm in that It occurred to me that it might be quite a drastic form of demonstration low does it strike you t At all lowdown Too No frankly not Lady Maud was still incensed at Logo the tla conduct A man who does such things de serves anything that his rival can do to him I hope you may overhaul the yacht run alongside of her and show Margaret the two making love to each other In Tartar on deck Thats the least that ought to happen to himThank you I like to hear you talk like that Capt Brown will do his level boat I think And now tell mo ho lowered his voice a little more is that man Leven or not I am sure ho Is Lady Maud an swered and yet I feel as if there ought to be a little doubt still I dont know how to express It for its rather an odd sensation I should think It might bel Is there anything 1 can say or doT Ill ask the man any question you sug gest Im certain hos not old Levi Longlegs and If bos not Leven who on earth is het Thats what I should like to know- I shall find out never fear I know I shall becaure I must If I am ever to have any peace again Im not a very nerrous person you know am I But its more than I can bear long to sit opposite a man at table again and again as I shall have to and not be sure whether hes my husband come back from the dead or some one else She paused and her nos tills dilated a little but Van Torp only nodded slowly nnd sympathetically I mean to know before I go to bed tonight she said with a little desperation in her voice I shall talk to him till I am sure of one thing or the other At table I cannot tell but if wo are alone together I know I can settle the question If you see that we are talking at the other end of the deck try to keep Mrs Rushmoro and Margaret from coming near us Will you t To Mrs Rushmores amazement and Margarets surprise Lady Maud made a dead set at Krallnsky all that daYan attention which he seemed to appreciate as It deserved Before breakfast was over Van Torp had repeated to her what Krallnsky had said about having formerly been in timate with Leven and Lady Maud took this statement as a basis of op orations for finding out Just how much he know of her own life she Judged that It he were not Loves himself ho must soon betray the fact by his Ignorance That was the strangr t day sho had ever passed She found it very easy to talk to Krallnsky as it always is when there has been long familiarity even if It has been only the familiar Intercourse of domestic discord Ho knew many details of her life Lon don That was clear after halt an hours conversation She alluded to the Idle talk there had been about her and Van Torp Krallnsky know all about that and had heard as he said some silly story about Levon having found her with the American in certain rooms in the Temple and about an envelope which was said to have contained over fair thousand and one hundred pounds in banknotes He politely scouted the story as nonsense but he had heard it and Lady Maud know that every word of it was true lie know of Levons unsuccess fut attempt to divorce her on that ground too and he knew the num s ber of her house in Charles street Berkeley square On the other hand there wore many things of which ho know noth Ing or pretended to bo Ignorant such as tho names of her brothers and slsAters her fathers favorite and the like But she understood very well that if he thought sho suspected his Identity under the disguise of his beard and It ho wished to avoid re cognition ho was Just tho man to pro tend blank ignorance of some vital matters after admitting his acquaint anco with many others He had boca very Intimate with Leven to the last he said Laves hall always written to him very fully about his life very wittily sometimes but always without balance That was It he had no bal ance Yes ho himself had been in Petersburg when Loven was killed and had seen him on the previous day Within a week he had made a rapid trip to New York whence ho had now Just returned Ho had crossed on fiveday boats both going and coming and ho named them- I sin naturally Interested In meeting any ono who know my husband so well Lady Maud said making a bold dash at n possibility We had many differences as you seem to know but I dare say that it bo could come back to life and know the real truth we jbould forgive each o her Sho looked up to him with a gentl smile as sho said this for she had often felt It and In that Instant a flash of light camo Into his usually rather uncertain eyes Her heart stool still she looked at the sea again dl rcctly for she was leaning agaluit the rail then she drew breath as If fronu an effort Sho had seen a look that could only mean recognition Loven was allvo and was standing beside her But she had tho courage to go on talking after a moment and she tried to change the subject though not very adroitly During the afternoon Mr Van Tory had a revelation sudden and clear3 for he had watched Lady Maud anI Krallniky all day and bad thought about them a good deal consldcrtaa how his mind was occupied with other matters oven nearer to his heart than his best friends welfare As soon as the revelation came upon him he rang for his own man Stomp seo here bo began Youve valeted around with all sorts of different looking men How long does it take to grow a beard like Count Krallnskys A year sir Not a day less and longer with most gentlemen If you wore thinking of It sir You dont believe It could bo managed in three months by taking an expert around with you to work oa your face Thats out of the question gird Gentlemens beards that have shaved haversireider a year a short time for such a fine ono as tho counts Indeed should sir Do you suppose you could stick it on fresh every day the way they do for tho stage Not so that It wouldnt show laIbroad daylight sir Well thats all I wasnt exactly thinking of trying a beard I was only rangforYou see Ive managed to get a spot of Ink on this one Had It on the supposThatsspot so A little later Mr Von Torp was looking out for a chance to speak alone with Lady Maud and as soon as ho found his opportunity ho told her what Stomp had said Strangely blmthatHnakys must have taken a long UmeIto grow and that Levee who none had not left London moro thanIthree months ago Ho watched the effect of this statement on his friends face but tp his surprise she remained gravo and sad- I cannot help it she said In a tone of conviction He must be abouthis I Well then its a false beard will como off observed Mr nndITorp with at least equal Stemp says thats Impossible but must be wrong unless you are Its real Lady Maui said and ho Id my husband Ive talked to him all day and ho knows things about my life that no ono else could and 1C there are others about which ho II vague that must bo because h la pretending and does not want to everythingVan remained unconvinced Lady Maud did not change her mind olther and was already debating with herself as to I whether It would not bo really wiser to speak out and tell Krailnakr that Bhe had recognized him under hit transparent disguise She felt thai she must know the wont It she was evor to rest again TO all ITlNUJDII1 Social Conditions in Large Cities i 111- i By REV GEORGE WMcDAHIELOO III Pastor ChurchRiahmood e thanloversI wish thero were no occasion fdr thus Bonnon There are many eons Uvo souls whom 1U plan language i may offend They do not believe that such subjects belong properly to pul r pit treatment Howovor I speak because my conscience bids mo This palntuldutyI yet please men I should not bo tho servant of Christ Tho church mem S bers of our city in their attitude to groupodinnot know They aro good people who oftheWhere ignorance Is bliss it is folly to bo wise Second those who know but do not care They have no sense of personal responsibility since they ore not participants in tho wrong Their chief concern Is In taking caro of self Third thoso who know but say they cannot change conditions Sin has always existed and always will The scarlet woman bas been in the world since the days of Solomon cityUtoWhooycr makes the effort in striking bis bead against a stone wall Fourth those who know conditions feel their responsibility as citizens and Chris tians and endeavor to remedy the ex SlUng conditions They may not like tho crack of my rifle but nevertheless I am determined to take tho shot With this In view I accompanied by an officer In citizens clothes took two walks down Broad street and saw nights which I blush to mention The first was on Thursday night the first clear night after about ten days of rain They had como out like the Inv sect from under bark and sod with the first return of the spring sun They swarmed the streets until it was difficult and in some respects dangerous to walk Girls resorted to tho back parlors of Italian confectionaries where they sat In suggestive positions to welcome and tempt whoever might enter therein An older girl on evil bent led her little sister on her peril ous mission Others whose lives die graced the name of woman stood on corners or marched brazenly down tho street Boys In knee trousers and girls In short dresses were out In tho darkness of the night when they should have been at home Mashers followed girls from block to block and around comer after corner and led them down dark alloys All of this and moro I saw Twas enough to niche tho head heavy and the heart BickOn tho second night we visited the a moving pictures I saw nothing objectionable per se In the pictures A minister was present and they would be guilty of no Impropriety All class es and conditions were In attendance A dude dressed in Prince Albert a bloated faced sport and a weaslcy half fed man were there who bought tick eta in rotation and entered one after the other Little children under ten and haggled old women with bent forms wero there What have you to say about these shows Two things First they prove the text and demon strate that the American people are lovers of pleasure moro than lovers of God On two blocks on Broad street last Friday night more people saw the moving pictures than assembled In seventy of the eighty whlto churches of thus city They lined the block and backed up on the side street waiting for admission and yet wo say this Is a Christian city Would that It were t A but many of the church members love J the places of pleasure more than the house of God They are too tired to attend the church on Sunday evening but can parade the streets and stand for a long time and spend hours see ing moving pictures and vaudeville after a hard days work Oh con sistency thou art a Jewel Passing from tho places of pleasure wo saw young girls whoso mothers thought they were m no harm enter- Ing automobiles and going on Joy rides with young men who meant no good One of the most demoralizing ngencles in Richmond Is the automo Jbileof tho son of the rich If you to ruin your son got him an au tomobile Not more than one out of ten can own a machine without neg lecting his business or injuring his morals If tho numbers of tho machines j that ride slowly along Droad 1 street to entice young girls coming from tho plays or stand on Mayo and I East Franklin streets after tho mid night hours were published In tho dally papers they would strike many hearts with consternation and arouse the rich to the danger of their sons I If our papers want something sensa tional call their attention to this field of investigation It Is not pleasant for one to speak BO plainly about tho deplorable condi f tlons In the city that wo love but to keep silent Is a sin To submit with out a protest is to stifle conscience and betray a trust Wo boast of our as a churchgoing well governed ittown The conditions which I saw convince mo that Richmond Is an ap orchard without but rotting at the fpie The social Impurity and moral degradation are indescribable and un speakable As the city grows In size It grows In wickedness Can we check this evil T If not we are to go the I way of other cities SEE CULTURE PROFITABLE INDUSTRY WHEN UNDERSTOOD Means olObtaining for Human Uso Natural Product Which Would Otherwise Bo Lost to UsExtremely Fascinating Pastime Ur E F pnittrps ph D Dee keeping for pleasure and profit Is carried on by many thousands of people in all parts of the United States As a rule it is not the solo occupation There are however Smoker many places where an experienced boe keeper can make a good living by devoting his entire time and attention to this lino of work It should be em I A Arranped phaalzod that it is unwise for the aver ago individual to undertake extensive boo keeping without considerable previous experience on a small scale since there aro so many minor details which go to make up success in the work These must be thoroughly un derstood before there Is any hope for continued success It Is therefore most desirable to begin on a small scale mako the bees pay for them solves and for all additional apparatus as well as some profit and gradually to Increase as far as tho local condo bone or tho desires of the individual permit The annual production of honey and wax In the United States makes agriculture a profitable minor Industry of the country From its very nature It can never become ono of the leading agricultural pursuits but that there is abundant opportunity for its growth cannot be doubted Not only Is the honey beo valuable na a producer but it Is also ono of the most beneficial of insects in crosspollinating the flow ers of various economic plants Dee keeping Is also extremely fas cinating to tho majority of people as a pastime furnishing outdoor exer else as well aa Intimacy with an Insect Pepper Box Feeder whoso activity has been a subject of absorbing study from the earliest times It has tho advantage of being a recreation which pays Its own way and often produces no mean profit It is A mistake however to paint J J GOOD ROADSMEAN Improved HlKliwnyo Permits Farmer to Carry Much Larger JLoada to Market With Ordi nary Team at Horace Dy HOWARD H GROSS A Pittsburg paper has tho following Item H E Bcasley living throe miles east of Pittsburg has sold about 3000 bushels of corn within the past ton days to tho Plttaburg Elevator com pany receiving 59 and 60 cents there for This Is not only a good dead on tho part of tho farmer but there is an other thing in connection therewith In delivering this corn Mr Boasley Is able to haul from 60 to 70 bushels at a load upon a wagon with an ordl nary team there being a good gravel road from Pittsburg to his farm Farm ors from other directions where the good roads movement has not boon only tho bright side of the picture and leave It to the now bee keeper to dis cover that there Is often another aide Whoa any financial profit Is derived boo keeping requires hard work and work at just tho proper time other wise tho surplus of honey may be di minished or lost Few lines of work requires more study to insure success In years when available nectar Is limited surplus honey is secured only by judicious manipulations and It is only through considerable experience and often by expensive reverses that tho bee keeper is able to manipulate properly to save his crop Anyone can produce honey In seasons of plen ty but these do not como every year In most locations and It takes a good boo keeper to make the most of poor years When even with tho best of manipulations tho crop is a failure through lack of nectar the bees must bo fed to keep them from starvation Two average annual honey yield per colony for the entire country under good management will probably be 25 to 30 pounds of comb honey or 40 to 60 pounds of extracted honey The Well Apiary money return to be obtained from the crop depends entirely on the market and tho method of Belling tho honey If sold direct to the consumer extract ed honey brings from 10 to 20 cents per pound and comb honey from 15 to 25 cents per section If sold to Bee Volt With Silk Tulle Front dealers tho price varies from six to ten cents for extracted honey and from 10 to 16 cents for comb honey All of these estimates depend largely on tho quality and neatness of the product From tho gross return must bo deducted from fifty cents to one dollar per colony for expenses other than labor Including foundation sections occasional new frames and hives and other Incidentalsnot how ever providing for increase Above all it should be emphasized that the only way to make bee keep ing a profitable business is to produce only a firstclass article Too many bee keepers in fact the majority pay too little attention to making their goods attractive They should recog also tho fact that of two Jars of honey ono In an ordinary fruit Jar or tin can with poorly printed label and tho other in a neat glass Jar of artistic design with a pleasing attractive la bel tho latter will bring double or moro tho extra cost of the better package It is perhaps unfortunate but nevertheless a fact that honey sells largely on appearance and a progressive beo keeper will appeal as strongly no posslblo to the eye of his customer prolific of results haul from 25 to 50 bushels to the load This is In no sense an exceptional stance A farmer in the corn bolt of Illinois told tho writer v I had 6000 bushels of corn to market and at ono time I could have sold for 62 cents If I could have delivered 11 but I could not Later I sold for 60 cents With good roads I could have bad the top price and I would havo saved as much more by being able to haul larger loads I figure that I would have been at least four cents per bushel better oft If I had bad a good hard road Instead of a soft mud road to uSO With 50 bushels to tho acre the loss was two dollars per aero for that one crop With good roads a moro diversified crop can bo raised the area of mar ket gardening which is very profit able Is moro than doubled by good permanent highways This gives tho farmers Increased opportunity and tho city people a better market In which to purchase supplies Good roads are the best Investment any commulnty can make IITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 rod 99ca101 No3red 02a9Gc CornNo 2 white 594c yelowG73 mixed 67a57r4c yellow ear COa 62c mixed car COaGlc white ear COa 61c OatsNo2 white 37a37 fcc No 37a37ctimothyf18a1875No 3 timothy 1525al575 No 1 clo I1a11GONo3 69a76c RyeNo2 75a77c No 3 73a74c Malt Spring barley 87a lOc Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 590a7 butcher steers extra 6a635 good to choice 5a590 heifers extra 5a510 good to choice 425a490 cows extra 1475 good to choice 410a465 Dulls Dolognas 375a450 fat bulls 435a 485 CalvesExtra 1050 fair to good 9al025 Hogs Selected heavy 935a955 good to choice packers and butchers 980a985 mixed packers 965a980 common to choice heavy tat sows I675a875 light shippers f960 a985 pigs 110 Ibs and less Ga 9 SheepExtra 410 good to choice 350a4 LambsExtra 715a725 good to choice Ga710 yearlings 4a 525 Lousvllle Tobacco Louisville Total offerings for tho week were 936 hhds Of this number 82 hhds were hurley and 853 hbds dark While the volume of sales was decidedly larger than the week before the offerings of burley were compara tively small quality only fair showing but little color Tho market for all grades was firm There was 1S2 hhds dark offered at auction all aircured and of only fair quality Clnclnratl Miscellaneous Duller Extras 32 c lb firsts Sic fancy dairy 22Hc Poultry Hens 13cIb spring chicken 13c spring ducks 12c turkeys 19c geese Ga7c Fggs Prime firsts 23c doz firsts 22c Apples Ordinary stock 2a450 bbl SMALL INCREASE IN TRADE Domestic Commerce Is Retarded By Lack of Confidence Because of Political Uncertainties New YorkR G Dun Cos Week ly Review of Trade says Some Increase In business incident to the opening of fan activities is noted at many of the leading trade centers but as a whole the domestic commerce of the country Is still rev tarded by the impairment of confi dence as the result of tho political uncertainties As a rule buyers are disposed to limit purchases to require ments There Is a large movement of grain and cotton to distributing markets at declining prices but tho banks have thus far been able to finance this movement without strain The recent improvement in the iron and steel trade does not appear to have been maintained and the actual conditions lire best disclosed by the statement that the United States steel corporation Is now operating about twothirds of its blast furnaces and that there is a largo reduction in un filled orders The dry goods market although showing fair activity In certain die tracts particularly In the west con tinues as a whole to be characterized by conservatism on the part of both buyers and sellers While there has been considerable resumption of operations by New England cotton mills the output is limited to the current needs of the trade Woolens and worsteds are dull and shoes are bring traded In very slowly though storks are apparently low Not since 1901 has the volume of bank clearings for the first half of September been so low as this year and Instead of expanding as the month progresses and the movement of the crops and activity of fall trade calls for increased payments through the banks clearings this year are con tracting For the current week total benk exchanges at all leading cities In the United States are 2183203616 n decrease of 212 per cent compared with a year ago and 25 n per cent under the corresponding time in 1906 Many cities In all sections contribute to the loss which Is particularly mark ed at New York where reduced stock market operations affect tho total ma terially and at Boston and Chicago There are gains at Baltimore Pitts burg and somo cities in the west and southwest but nono of them are notably large Business Failures New York Bradstreots Reviev says Business failures In the United States for the week ending Septem ber 15 were 210 against 173 last week 39S In tho like week of 1009 206 In IMS 179 in 1907 and 171 In 1906 Business failures of Canada for the week number 30 which compares with 18 for last week and with 30 for the like week In 1909 Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending September li ag gregate 2174c53buehels against I- rUOG8 bushels Jast week and 235 891 bushels this week last year For the 11 weeks ending September 15 ex ports me 13050694 bushels against 22110422 bushels In the corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 174 C39 bushels against 276452 bushels lost week and 95540 bushels In 1909 For tht 11 weeks ending September 15 com exports are 2762996 bushels acalnst 1140943 bushels last year t 7 J t 1855 Berea Co11ege1910i FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i tSohimself where he can make moat rapid progress I Which Denartment Will You Enter 4 I THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Some lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic Z and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home ScleRceIACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational sl1ndardsINORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Dand may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends paysInwho are supporting B rea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except In win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses WrIte to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 160 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit on guarantee for return of room key library books eta This 1s paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 5QO a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent bjj the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows Vocational Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room I 560 560 560 Board 7 weeks 945 945 94S Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 f2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 21910 945 945 949 Total for term 2950 3060 3150 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3100 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 701 Room 600 600 601 Joard 6 weeks 900 900 901 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2000 2100 U200 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 900 900 Total for term 2900 3000 3101 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 1700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1941 675 675 675 Total for term J2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows 1No allowance for traction of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only one half of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will rev cclvo a certificate for one balf the Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the stv sent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 14 1910 The first day of Winter term is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term is March 23 1911 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA ierea Vicinity 0 o a 0 0 oooooooooooooooooooo L DR BEST I a DENTIST g CITY PHONE lea OVER RACKET STORE 1OFFICE H BRECK Fire Life and AccidentI j Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Prof Ratne will preach at the Un j ion Church Sunday morning Prof E L Stephens of Wllllams I i burg was in Berea last week enter- IngI two daughters Jr George Felton and wife of Louisiana are here for a weeks visit Moll a Wagon Best in town Sold Kyiof Wills i Point Texas came Tuesday to en school t Mrs W R Ward and family re turned Tuesday September 13 after visiting in Livingston Louisville and Central City Ky and Carbondale I Ill and report a delightful vacation i Mrs Mary Botkln who has been t visiting relatives here and in Owsley County returned to her home In Denver 111 Tuesday of this week WANTEDAll the fresh country butter Top prices i J S Gott Depot Street Berea was greatly favored for the opening Sunday of the college year by the visit of the Rev Matthew Mul len of the Plymouth Congregational Church of Toledo Ohio Mr Mullen 1 f preached at the Union Church In the morning at the Chapel In the evening and gave the regular lecture to the students Monday morning He is an Interesting and forceful speaker i and all his addresses were greatly en i I Joyed t Dont bargains laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics latest linens shantungsand dont forget chinaware Qit These are the styles that will be worn this season Learn how different they feel in the Red Cross Shoehow restful they feel Have your shoes just as fashionable but add Red Cross comfort You can get the exact style you want and you will find that an the Red Cross Shoe it fits much closer hat better line and more character You will be at enthusiastic about its effect on the ap ftaranetoi your foot at about the way fttlt The comfort of the Red Cross Shoe it duenot to certain style or shapebut to the wonderful use itt sole which Is tanned bya special process to see in and very best and in at I the I Though regular thickness you can bind it when new Vomen find they can put the Red Cross Shoe on in the store and begin wearing it once it h to easy on the feet Come in and tee the new Fsl style Bend them Walk in them how different they feel in the Red Cross Shoe Shoes I St50 and SS Oxfords 350 and S4 E F COYLE i BEREA KY t You pay less or get more = I oooooooooofofoolooorooeooeoooooooo and 0- o 8 aGATHEREDi oo0 8 I H ter on fail the the the of double at Know High A big remnant sale going on thla week at Welchs Mrs John A Helzer and Mrs Wilbur Strickland of Norwood 0 visited Mrs Helzers sister Miss Laura Orr a few days this week Mr and Mrs W D Hammond of Paint Lick were in town day to nlng dinner at Boone TavernI UnjderwearMr Ledford who was a resident of Berea last year has returned with his family for the Winter Mr Mat McCollum who has been visiting here for a few weeks left Sunday to reenllst In the United States Navy He has recently finished a term of four years In its service Quite a crowd of Berea people went to Mallory Springs Sunday If you desire a business location In Berea call on or write W F Kidd The Rev James M Combs received this year his first appointment from tho Conference He becomes the pastor of the M E Church at Wllllams burgMiss Llllle Chrlsman of Combs KyI was the guest of Dr and Mrs W GI Best Saturday and Sunday Millinery exposition at Mrs Fishs Friday and Saturday x Dr Orin Robe and brother Walter made a flying trip to Bcrea Satur day in their automobile from their home in Ohio and returned Sunday Mr John Dean spent the latter part of the week at his homo at Clover BottomC Gould M D class of 97 pathologist in tho City Hospital St Louis has lately received the ap pointment of Professor of Pathology In the St Louis University Medical College This Is a high honor and does not Interfere with his work In bacteriology etc In the City Hospital as classes come there to watch workMRS EARLYS I Marshall Vaughn Is in Berea for n short time visiting with students and friendsMrs U M Burgess who spent several days of last week with Misses Bertha and Nina King returned Sun day to her home at taint Lick GOOD MILK COW WANTED See M L SpInk at printing office Mr James Cheney of near Rich mond and Mr Ed Cheney of Cleveland 0 were tho guests of their sis ter Mrs Fannie Demmon for a part of last week- WANTEDCosmopolitan Magazine requires the services of a representa tive in Berea to look after subscription renewals and to extend circula tion by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with reference H C Campbell Cosmopolitan Magazine 1789 Broadway Now York City Mr Taylors Sunday school class organized Sunday at tho Union Church with Miss Bertha King as president and Walter Engle secretary Our Fall Millinery Opening will be Sept 30th and Oct 1st Everybody Is Invited Mrs S n Baker Prof and Mrs Seale have moved Into their splendid new homo on Jackson street Born to the wife of Prowlt Smith an eight pound boy Wednesday morningProf and Mrs Faulkner will move into the apartment in the west end of tho Rogers house now occupied by Mrs Fay early In October Mrs Taylor is still In the sanitari um in Atlantic City but Is now able to walk down to the sea shore She expects to bo In Berea in three or four weeks Mrs Nan McCollum of Florence Ivan spent a few days with J Bur dettes family this LOSTf Dark weekIwith white strip tho bush and one sIde of bag small reIward Utile Dulce Literary Society met Friday evening In East Parlor of La dIes Hall and elected the following officers for the term President Bess Marsh VicePresldent Marie BaU cock Secreatry Nellie Coo Treasur er Lucy Holllday Critic Louise Frey Marshal Delphlne Dunker Member of Executive Carrie Spang ler Things look suspicious up Chestnut street Charley Burdetto Is building a handsome cottage on the lot ad joining his fathers residence When completed It will makQ a nice addi tion to the town Mrs Barber is building on a lot recently purchased of Mrs Cliff on West Chestnut street A good chance for bargains In tho remnant sale at Welchs this weeK Mr Thomas Dretton of Big Creek Clay County was In Berea Monday In tho Interest of his former pupil Mr Thomas Bowling who is enter ing school Mr Dretton Is teaching In one of the OneIda schools and was one time visited by President and Mrs Frost CREAM FLOUR r ECONOMY JARS 11 A Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea Kv Tho Young Womens Christian As- socIation was conducted Sunday even ing by the Devotional Committees Short talks on the different phasva of the work of tho Association were given by Misses Louise Frey Lillian Newcomer Lucy Holiday and Bess Harrison Our Fall exposition of millinery models takes place Friday and Saturday September 23 and 24 Wo most cordlrtlly request your presence during those dates Our assortment of millinery this season far exceeds our previous efforts and covers every leadingIA call will be appreciated Mrs Jennie B Fish Main St Beren Ky i When You Think of Drugs Chemicals Sick Room Supplies Trusses Crutches Toilet Articles Perfumes Box Candy Stationery Silveraware Kodaksr Jewelry Watches THINK OF US Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Committee services at tho Chapel Sunday IThe will be conducted by Presi Frost Mrs Dager leaves with her child ren for Cincinnati today She will be accompanied by Miss Mildred Hud son also Rev W 11 Morris of Nicholas vlllc was In Bcrea Tuesday to enter his daughter In school The President Prof Scale and Prof Faulkner each went out with walking parties of young men from Pearsons Howard and Williams Sunday after noon The Williams party climbed to the top of Uuckurs Knob and thero had an experience meeting Any ono who hears the story of tho struggle of theso young men to get started In school and their praise of time one who gave them the Inspiration be willing to make almost any 11I lice for an ortunlt to be such nIboutran be given is given any sacrifice on the part of tho giver It is the example or the word spokon by tho way YOUNG MENS CLASSY- CLOTHES 1 THE SNAPPIEST EFFECTS OF THE SEASON IN YOUNG MENS SUITS AT 1250 1500 1800 2000 2250 A verY attractive Selection in striking New Models and Handsome patterns in high grade fabrics for dressy young fellows All wool Cassimers and fancy worsteds COME IN AND GET FIRST CHOICE RHODUS C HAYES The Quality StoreIMAIN STREET BEREA KY yM r5 IF YOU WANT A NEW STOVE LOOK tAT OUR LINE BE FORE YOU BUY l I have just received a new line of Stoves and Stovepipes- AT A VERY LOW PRICEY W J TATUMM- AIN STREET CREAT SCOTT CAP T YOU see f- stow J is H r1M v l Vo uY YouR PAL t M1t1cylfU lowIcoal now If you want good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at o- rHollidayI fib Co Phone 1 69 and 7 1 Bcrea Ky I I Mrs Cowley Is expected homo In a tow days D H Chandler 01 Normal li now In mall service with a run from Cin cinnati to Plttsburg on tho Pennsylva nia Lines Proto LoVant Dodge and wife start ed on Saturday last for the National G A II Encampment at Atlantic City New Jersey Proto Dodge Is Asslst Adjutant General for Kentucky of tho 0 A IL and Mrs Dodge State President of the Womans Relief Corps Following the Encampment they expect to visit Mr Ernest O Dodge and family at Ruby N Y FOR SALRA good sixroom house on Chestnut Street lot CO 23 by 200 feet Cellar cistern and cement walksAddress Mrs Jennie Lester Jim Van Lear Kentucky or call on Mrs Louis Lester Derea Kentucky That was good work done by tho young men of the Normal Department pail by Mr Hunt the n charge In and aroundVllllatnsBuild log Saturday The weeds wore cut theIneat trim and homelike Let others do HkowlKo In Bad Fix badfixI was unconscious for three days and after ihat I sickheadache oflifeto try Cardul Since taking Cardui I am so much better and can do all my housework M CARDUIJ4- 1 The Womans Tonic mightVBetter take Cardui while there Is time while you are still in moderately good health just to conserve your strength- and keep you in tip top condition way your troubles whatever they are1will gradually grow smaller instead of largeryou De on the upgrade Instead of the downand and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health- Get a bottle at your druggists today The purpose of education Is not to make a living but to make a llfo Wesley Frost now In Washington In the employ of Uncle Sam In tho Department of State writes that ho Is planning to bo home In November for a short visit Mr Raymond Osborne and wife have beon making quite an extended visit with Mr Osbornoa father andImother Mr and Mrs T J borne Mr Osborne left Wednesday I for Chicago where ho teaches being head of tho Physical Science Depart I ment of tho Francis Parker School Mrs Osborne remains In Derca for a while till her health Is Improved Tho Rev S M Carrier who for years has been preacher In charge of I tho Circuit that has heretofore Included Berea and who has often preached here goes this year to Har lan Circuit Tho Methodist Episcopal Conference In session last week In Palntsvlllo I appointed tho Rev Isaiah Cline pas I tor of tho Borea church Mr Cllno will also preach at Wallaceton Claronce E Barnes formerly a compositor of this office was mar ried In Falmouth last week to Miss Edna Monroe Mr Barnes has been of late engaged In business In London but after his nuptials left for Wisconsin where he has secured a Position lie is a son of Mr and Mrs James Barnes onco of this place but now residing In Lexington Ills brldo Is said to bo a charming and accom plished young lady Richmond Reg ister hndlnI JI01U = pn loMl Made by Mr and Mrs Will Cllmer and son Wallace of Tennessee are visiting with Mrs Clamors mother Mrs A II Henderson for a few days of this weekReal Estate for sale or rent call on or address W F Kldd There will bo a joint meeting rf the young peoples societies of the town next Sunday evening at the Un ion Church at G16 The topic is What is my denomination doing for our country Please note the tlmo as the meeting will begin and end promptly I IMPROVEMENT The Town Council and the Pruden tial Committee of the College have got together to Improve the street from tho postoffice to Ellipse street Neither town nor College felt able to undertake It but each decided to go ahead at a time when tho other was willing Already a government expert Mr Langlols Is here and tho great landscape gardener who laid out Cherokee Park In Louisville Is expected this week FARM FOR SALE A 151 aero stock grain and tobacco farm for sale 16 miles south of Rich mond and 8 miles cast of Berea Excellent water some fruit trees and plenty of young timber A good S room dwelling with collar also a good barn and storo house an ex cellent place for business Tho farm lies well and Is on tho road where tho proposed Government plko Is to bo built from Boonesboro to Cumberland Gap For particulars call on or address W B Harris Berea Ky 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 If 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 BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop BereaKy Timber Lands Wanted J We are in the market for two tracts of timber land of J from 5000 to 20000 acres Owners must write us si immediately stating price terms and location J PorterHowell Co Berea Kentucky Ir 1 INTERESTING ADDRESS Tho Convocation listened to a very Interesting address Monday evening at the Presidents house by Prof Man ny of Kalamazoo Mich on the sub ject Productive Labor as a Factor In Education The lecturer dwelt at length on the value of the vol untary element In education showing that the bulk of our training is along conventional lines and In conse quence the need of choices to train in choosing and a real chance for failure to learn how to meet a failure What we want Is not only to train for adaptability to existing en vironment nor adaptability to chang ing environment but to train to make factors In changing environment UNTIMELY DEATH v The many friends of Curtis McGuire will be grieved to hear of his untime ly death August 30th at Ebon Ky The members of tho faculty and many of tho students remember him with affection and sincere regard By a misstep ho went over a cliff DC 4 feet high and was instantly kill ed lie had stayed at his store late and then lid tho chores at home and started across the hill to a neighbors where he was to join his wife and ba by for a nights visit On account of the darkness of the night and tho dimness of the path ho made the fa tal step AT BAPTIST CHURCH Next Sunday September 25th a ser ies of meetings will begin at the Bap tist church in Berea Pastor Wilks Ibs secured the services of the Rev Cato Bamber of Atlanta Ga Mr Brit her Is general evangelist of the nISI 1st Home Mission Board and has been wonderfully blessed as a soul winner YUC AI ON ATHLETIC FIELD The Y M C A entertained the young men and tho faculty men and several business men In a novel way last Saturday night Tho crowd marched to the athletic field headed by torches and a drum corps and gathered around a big bonfire to hear tho speeches of the evening President Frost rehearsed interest ing days In his school career and then each of the organizations was represented by a student speaker Sandwiches and coffee were distrib uted to the bread line that formed after the drum corps IN THE LIGHT OF MAINE Continued from first page are still to be heard from and after that real warfare no more skirmish- Ing Doubtful Forecast As to these states it Is hardly safe to offer a forecast The lines in both states however BCCUI to bo clearly drawn the issue Is between tho Insurgent policies and the well enough of the Regulars and as stat ed before wherever heretofore In the Fall elections these Interests have been clearly pitted against each oth or tho decision has been overwhelm ingly in favor of the Insurgents und iris to be hoped that the rule will not be broken In the case of these two states Roosevelt an Issue In New York tho issue Is not only Insurgency and standpatlsm it is now Roosevelt against the Interests for ho has been forced to champion tho policies which ho originated unJ which have betn so succossfully heralded by tho Insurgents The Regulars in New York seem to be confi dent of victory and they v have on their side almost all tho great NHW York dailies but Mr Roosevelt is a fairly good match for all of them and nil he wants Is to have them como out into tho open and fight fair It is a bitter struggle and on It no doubt hinges the success or failure of the party In November success if the platform and the candidates in tho convention are Insurgent sympa thizers failure If names and Sher man win In Minnesota- In Minnesota the issue is hardly less clearly drawn If tho In surgents are victorious in New York and Minnesota wo shan have Insurgencys claim to a place In the party established No Set off for Maine Thero Is nothing so far on the Republican horizon that can in any sense be considered a setoff to the defeat In Maine The Republi cans won it Is true in Vermont but the majorities were so reduced that it should be considered a defeat rath er than a victory on tho other hand tho victories for the Insurgents In the party have been numerous the last being that of Washington which owing to tho fact that it is tho homo of a certain cabinet member who Has figured qulto prominently In administration affairs for tho last fifteen months Mr Balllnger is of moro than ordinary significance Bellingers State Shortly after the arrival of Mr Roosevelt from Europe ho was inter viewed by Mr Poindexter the Repub lican Congressman from Washington and it was reported that Mr Roosevelt expressed hlmsalf favoring tho candidacy of Mr Poindexter for tho United States Senate whereupon Mr Balllnger went Into print claiming that Mr Poindexter had no show whatever for tho place that what ever tho people of tho Union at large might think of him Mr BaUinger his own people in Washington were his friends and were standing by him and would continue to do bo throughout all the vicissitudes of the Investigation Into his conduct as Sec retary of the Interior and that they would overwhelmingly turn down Mr Poindexter when they had a chance at him at tho polls Now Mr Poln dexter Is a Progressive and stood firmly by tho Progressives in all of their fights with Cannon and against tho Interests in the last session of Congress but the voters of the state of Washington have had their chance at the polls and Instead of turning Mr Poindexter down they have done just what the people have been doing for the Insurgents In other states they hive endorsed him for the Sen ate and by the tremendous major ity of 40000 This is considered not only a victory for tho general policies of the Insurgents but Is taken to show that Mr Balllnger Is inevi tably doomed Not only is the count ry at largo up In arms against his administration but his own state has voted a want of confidence and rumors are Iff the air that he Is on his way to Washington to submit his fortunes to the decision of the cab inet with tho Intention of resigning if tho cabinet feels the pressure of popular disfavor sufficiently to re quest it It is a fact that the cabinet Is to meet In the next few days and that it will be In session for nearly a week but Mr Balllnger stoutly denies that his position is to be dis cussed in any way- Balllngers Plight It is now pretty generally believed that the investigating committee will not report on his case until after the November elections but it is just as firmly believed that the ad ministration to save itself will he forced to ask for his resignation for there is uo longer any doubt but that Mr Balllnger stands much In tho way of tho partys success at the polls this Fall Illinois Primaries Another election that Is worthy of note though It cannot be claimed as voicing directly the Insurgent or Standpat sentiments is that of Ill- Inois The Issues except In tho Danville district where Mr Cannon was up for renomination were local Illi nois being overwhelmed with the serious problem of legislative housecleaning and it is too bad that it must be said that she made rather a sorry mess of it for Lee ONeil Browne of Lorimer bribery fame was renominated and also Mr Shurt Hff the Speaker of the Illinois leg islature But many of the lesser lights failed of election Cannon Renominated Mr Cannon was again endorsed by his constituents but by a decidedly re duced majority Ills opponent claim ed to be an Insurgent but being only a small calibre politician was no match for Undo Joo so Mr Cannon unless a Democrat can be found who will defeat him in November will return to Congress and stand for re election to the Speakcrshlp Beverldges Struggle Much Interest Is centering In In diana now also where Mr Dover Idges seat in the United States Sen ate is being contested HIs opponent on the Democratic side of the house Is Mr John W Kern who will be remembered as the Democratic nominee for tho VicePresidency along with Mr Bryan at the last presidential election Mr Kern Is putting up a strong fight and there are fears in some quarters of Mr Beverldges defeat It will be remembered that he won the antipathy of tho Admin- Istration during the last session of Congress for his Insurgent proclivities and owing to the fact that he stoutly fought the PayneAldrlch tar iff and in the end voted against it Mr Bovcridgo has the majority of his party back of him as strong sup porters but from the Standpat mi nority only lukewarm support can be expected and by them ho may be turned down In the end Mr Dover Idgos position Is made more difficult by the fact that Indiana has a Democratic Governor tho state like Ohio having split the last presiden tial election giving Its electoral vote to Mr Taft at the same time elect ing a Democratic Governor by a good majority Roosevelt to Help It Is understood that Mr Roosevelt is to enter the stato some time before tho election and speak In the Interest of Mr Beverldgoo candida cy This if tho former President Is successful In routing the Interests In his own state undoubtedly turn the tide Inltavor of the present Senator Another move within the last few days that may be a help to him is one made by tho President It seems to havo been the policy of the President during the conflict of tho last session of Congress to dis criminate against the Insurgents in tho matter of Federal patronage thus endeavoring to bring them In line with the Standpatters This dis crimination fell pretty heavily upon Mr Beverldge and had the effect of discrediting him at home Now tho president through his secretary Mr Norton has written a letter to some politician us yet unknown to the pi 1 He in the west in which he says ttwt since the people have spoken at the polls In the primaries he will no longer discriminate against the In surgents but give them an equal voice in tho matter of appointments in their states Mr Beverldge has expressed great satisfaction at the position of the President and It is thought that his cause will be greatly aided thereby What the Letter Shows This letter of the President Is con clusive evidence that he finally sees tho trend of public sentiment Jt might bo said that he sees and sees plainly tho handwriting on the wall and that It hasnt taken a Dante to interpret It to him that ho can read It himself It Is only to be feared that his eyes have been blinded too 1irg and that It Is too lato to re trieve the misfortunes of tho party AB indicated in last weeks article wo can only hope for Republican vic torles where the party candidates are Insurgents and If Mr Roosevelt wins In New York and Minnesota Joins tho Insurgent colums it would seem that there will be enough In surgent states to give the Republi cans a small majority in the next Congress If so a continuation of the Republican polcles and Taft the non Inee of the party and Republican standard bearer In 1912 and if tho Insurgent policies continue to be en acted Into law during the next two years then victory at the polls In the next presidential election PROF ROBERTSONS LETTER Continued from Pint rage In a German map of 1758 the old name of Cuttawa occurs together with Kentucke evidently because the geographer could not decldo be tween them and wisely gave them both So much however for a name The Filson map of 1780 Is of course the standard and subsequent maps show evidence of Its use In their prep aration Much more attention however it seems to me should be given to the Hutchins map of 1778 which has also been reproduced and Is now accessibleOf after 1792 when Kentucky became a commonwealth there are many Of special Interest are those of Barker In 1794 and of Munsell in 1818 Tho latter is large and very detailed It is the authority for geographical points in the early period of Kentucky History Tho writer was able by Its use to solve several puzzles which have arisen In trying to trace out the Wilderness Road especially whero It crosses the mountain near Berea It was also of much interest to note that in 1818 the word Scaffold which appears In that well known pike today was applied to a fork of tho Rockcastle river Half a day has already been spent In tho manuscript department with good results and the remainder of my stay will bo devoted to that sec tion Of course odd times are given to looking about and visiting places of Interest The Smithsonian Insti tute and National Museum tho Cap itol Itself tho Treasury and War De partment the parks and beautiful suburban dwelling sections are full of interest Politics have removed from Wash ington for the present and seem to be pretty much disseminated throughout tho country Tho capitol Is having a new coat of Ilalnt and tho Senate Chamber Is having a cleaning out perhaps symbolical of the future I have taken a seat In both the House and the Senato with no resistance but It is quite unusual for a man to have a seat In both Houses at tho same time I suppose I should mention the Chamber of Statuary or tho Cham ber of Horrors as they call It down In Virginia The bronze statue of Leo is there with his confederate uniform and I cannot see but all- is peaceful and serene I do not know whether any ono has been in terested in these letters but this Is the last J R Robertson IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from fish page turo all executions must take placo tt tho Penitentiary and since tho Peni tentiary at Frankfort is soon to bo chanped to a Reformatory tho con demned will meet their fate at Eddy lle Tho method will be electrocu tion for which the appliances are now being installed Who will be the firstAT THE BOTTOM OF THE CO- LUMNit is hard for Kentucky to stand the test In a number of things compared with other states she must take her place at the bottom- or near the bottom of the column 1 1r i The latest cause for shame Is the want of equipment of the state ma lltla The army maneuvers are being held now at Fort Benjamin Harri son Indiana and each day shows some new respect In which Kentuckys soldiers are put to shame before the officers and troops of other states It was reported that the first regiment arrived at the camp and was sent Into the field without the general medical stores and not even equip ped with the packets for first aid to the injured that every soldier is supposed to carry The tents wero bad and worst of all the national of ficers had to Instruct the men before they could enter Into the drills Poor old Kentucky I GUBERNATORIAL TIMBER The Democratic party in the state Is not suffering for any want of gubernatorl al candidates Those who have an nounced for the place already sub ject to the action of the party either In primary or convention are Ex Governor James B McCreary of Mad ison County Benjamin Johnson of Nelson County John K Hendrick of McCracken County William Ad ams of Harrison County and Mayor Head of LoulsyltleISTORM VISITS LEXINGTON Lexington was visited Sunday night t and Monday morning by the heaviest rain storm recorded In its history The weather bureau reports that the 1 precipitation for sixteen hours was 420 inches during almost this en ire time the city seemed to be besieged so heavy and continuous was the thunder Considerable damage was done by lightning tho statute of Henry Clay in the cemetery being f struck and badly damaged LEGALITY OF THE GERRYMANDER The 11th Congressional Dis trict Is attracting attention In more ways than one just now It Is strong u ly Republican and a Democratic leg islature has been accused of packing It by attaching other Republican coun ties not naturally contiguous In order to make adjoining districts Democrat ic The case has been before the Court of Appeals of the state and Is now before tho Supreme Court of tho United States- KENTUCKY I SOLDIER DlESSer geant Major Buell Taylor of Frank fort died at Fort Benjamin son Indiana last Friday night HaiTIlappendicitis eve of undergoing an 00 STATE FAIR ENDS The Ken tucky State Fair at Louisville has closed the most successful session In its history Tho exhibits were all of the very highest class and the at tendance reported at 119000 Is elo quent testimony of the Interest taken In the Fair by the state PUBLIC SALE OF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam deceased we will offer for sale at public auction a tract of about one hundred and eighty acres of land 10 cated on the waters of Drowning Creek In Estill County The land Is one milo from Panola a station on the L A R R and fronts the Panola and Locust Branch road and Cures Mill road and Is about 13 miles from Richmond and about 9 miles from Irvine It Is bounded on the North by tho lands of Robert Lakes and C C Carr on the South by J C Benge and K Elliott an the East by BIge Cox and Thos Kindred and on the West by Robert Lakes The sale will take place on the premises beginning at 1100 o clockon Saturday October the 29th 1910 and possession will be given on tho 1st day of January 1911 Terms of Sale Tho land will be sold on the fol lowing credits One third Jan 1 1911 one third Jan 1 1912 and one third Jan 1 1913 the two last payments to bear Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from Jan 1 1911 and are to be secured by lien reserved In deed The purchaser will be required to give good personal se r curlty for payment duo Jan 1 1911 at which time deed will be made and possession given This Is a good farm well watered and productive land A R T S Burnam Exs of C F Burnam FOR SALE A good farm of ICO acres on the Richmond and DIg Hill turnplklIsix miles east of Berea About 75 or 80 acres Is In cultivation and the rest In timber Good water the year round good Improvements and a good young orchard Any one wish Ing to purchase a place should write or call on M A Moody Post office Big Hill Ky STATE GsI1CUFrank I Cheney mates ii sen lor partner of the firm of IT Cheney lit Co do iugbualnesalnthe City of Toledo County and State aforesaid that said firm will pay the sum of ONKHUNORKO UOUAKS for each and case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the- useef1fa11aCatarrhCure IKANK J CHKRKY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th of December A D 1886 A W OiEASON Seal Votary Kepnbli- cHalli Catarrh Cure Is taken and ads directly on the lh dandmucoussurfcesofthes- ystem Send for testimonials free F J CHKKKY Co Toledo 0tSold by all Take liatls Family 1lIIalorconlIpallon 1j The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right i true and Interesting i rubllahcd even Tbursday at Bert Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated- J P Faulkner Editor and Manager i Subscription Rates PAYABU5 IN ADVANCU One Year lioo six Months 6o Three Month 35 Send money by Pot omce or Kxprtu Money Order Dralt Registered Letter or one and two cent stamps The date after your name on label shows to what date our subscription U paid If It la not chanted within three weeks after renewal notify us- Missing numben will be gladly supplied If e- arc notified Tine premium cheap with new subscriptions and prompt renewals Send for Premium List Liberal terms given to any who obtain new anrecieveTheClisenfretIorMmaelf Advertising rates on MIURKK or IDNTUCLY PRESS ASSOCIATION l Rains scarce and citatles high This U falling weather for the art ators Minister Wu apparently can comeback indefinitely in China Man will soon be In a poslUon to give the birds lessons In flying They are going to give As You Like It in Esperanto Is this ft you like ItT ncrosfr the English channel soon be as fashionable as appen f I IwillNew Yorker has been robbed In i IFrance And he wasnt buying any k either I Even though the man beat the bird Iflying the latter did not get discour and Quit Japan Is about to annex Korea off I daily having already annexed it very thoroughly in other ways It would be interesting to watch a struggle between the two new langu i ages Esperanto and baseball A New York man recently ate sixty oneiears of corn at one sitting Train I Jne f6r Wall street evidently IWomen should receive early Instruc tong in the art of alighting from airships without stepping backward As between the hobble skirt and the long hatpin we vote for the hobble I i hersellIJ Because of the use of lead pipes cer I poisonousiProceedings in the Esperanto con t tandI congressISir John Murray has found fish three miles under water Most of the fish you go after seem to Tae farthert down than that Evidently the silly season has begun operations in Europe Judging from the I excitement over Americas offer to be a big brother to Liberiar The Chicago blind beggar who spent hisII Ian eye for feminine beauty perIshine on the outside A little dab with the powder rag usually helps tripIto sociAnAlbany man wants the state of New York to pay him for cherries that the robins took from his trees When he was a baby he probably cried for the moon Maine wants 10000 housemalds and promises to pay them from three to els dollars a week apiece We suspect that Maine la destined to have a long felt want ISorriefaultfinders complain that the which tho new 1000 bills r are printed is not as good as they r could wish How do you like the new billsFThose South American republics may agree to arbitrate all right but i what will their sport loving citizens really do when a real lively Uttle revolution comes their way Assertions that hitherto disregarded S rodents and reptiles are good to eat arouse but little apprehension In the minds of those who have their money Invested in the beef business I Experts say that all tho Zeppelin airship needs Is a series of lofty struc tures that will permit It to tie up now and then This is simpler than pro 1vldlngIt with a concrete foundation an elevat- ortj COUNTRY ALL RIGHT A STRIKINGLY 8TBONQ ARTICLE BY COL HARVEY THE WRITER SEES NO CLOUD HA Plea for the Conservation of Common Sense That Is Meeting With Cordial Approval A strikingly strong article by core nel George Harvey In tho North American Review for September is written in a view of such hopeful ness for the American future that It has attracted wide attention The article is entitled A Plea for the Conservation of Common Sense and it is meeting with the cordial approval of business men of all shades of political opinion throughout the en tiro country In part Colonel Harvej says UnquesUonably a spirit of unrest dominates the land But If It be true that fundamentally the condition of the country is sound must we necessarily succumb to despondency abandon effort looking to retrieval and cringe like cravens before clouds that only threaten Rather ought we not to analyze conditions search for causes find the root of tho die tress which oven now exists only In mens minds and then after the American fashion apply such remedies as seems most likely to produce beneficent results Capital and Labor Not Antagonistic The Link that connects labor with capital Is not broken but we may not deny that It Is less cohesive than It should be or than conditions warrant Financially the country Is stronger than ever before in its his tory Recovery from a panic so severe as that of three years ago was never before so prompt and compara lively complete The masses are practically free from debt Money Is held by tho bonks in abundance and rates are low Why then does capital pause upon tho threshold of Investment The answer we believe to be plain It awaits adjustment of the relations of government to business The sole problem consists of determining bow government can maintain an even balance between aggregations of interests on the one hand and the whole people on the other protect ing the latter against extortion and saving the former from mad assaults The solution Is not easy to find for the simple reason that the situ ation is without precedent But Is not progress being made along sane and cautious lines- Conserve Common Sense Is not the present as we have seen exceptionally secure What thin of preparations for the future Patriotism is the basis of our last tutions And patriotism in the minds of our youth Is no longer linked solely with fireworks and deeds of daring It is taught in our schools A new course has been addeda course In loyalty Methodically our children learn how to vote how to conduct primaries conventions and elections how to discriminate between qualifica bona of candidates and finally how to govern as well as serve They are taught to despise bribery and all forms of corruption and fraud as tteason Their creed which they are made to know by heart la not complex It is simple but comprehen save no less beautiful in diction than lofty in aspiration These are the pledges which are graven upon their memoriesAs is cowardly for a soldier to run away from battle so it Is cowardly for any citizen not to contribute his share to the wellbeing of his country America Is my own dear land she nourishes me and I will love her and do nay duty to her whose child servant and civil soldier lamAs the health and happiness of my body depend upon each muscle and nerve and drop of blood doing Its work In its place so the health and happiness of my country depend upon each citizen doing his work In UsplaceThese young citizens are our hostages to fortune Can we not safely assume that the principles ant mating their lives augur well for the permanency of the Republic When before have the foundation stones of continuance been laid with such care and promise of durability The future then is bright And the present But one thing Is need ful No present movement Is more laudable than that which looks to conservation of natural resources Out let us never forget that the great est Inherent resource of the Amer ican people is Common Sense Let that be conserved tend applied with out cessation and soon it will be found that all tho ills of which wo complain but know not of are only such as attend upon the growing pains of a great and blessed country Spiritualization Religion saould bo native It hould be concrete and applicable Religion Is the natural expression of living not a set of actions or of hab- Its or a posture of the mind added to the dally tile The type of religion therefore Is conditioned on the kind of living and the kind of living is conditioned in its turn very largely on the physical and economic et cctlvenees of llgo The religion of the open country should run deep Intc the indigenous affairs of the opet tountry I WHAT NOT GOING I BROWNE IS WINNER LEGISLATOR FREED FROM BRIBERY CHARGE RENOMINATED IN ILLINOIS PRIMARY CONGRESSMAN BOUTELL LOST Foss Has Close CallCannon Has I Overwhelming Vote Most of Republicans Who Voted for Lorimer Are Renominated Chicago In tho Illinois primaries Thursday Frederick H Gansberger defeated Congressman Henry Sherman Boutell for the Republican noml nation for congress In the Ninth die trlct George E Foss another of the vet erans from Chicago had a narrow call In the Tenth district Late returns Indicated that O P Englehardt was leading by 100 votes with nearly fifty precincts to hear from As most of tho missing precincts are from tho farming district In Lake county Foss friends declared that his nomination was certain although by a much smaller voto than was ex pectedWith the exception of tho Ninth and Tenth districts the Republican congressmen from Cook county were re nominated without a break- I the districts outsldo of Chicago the chief items of Republican Interest were the nominations of George W Conn Jr of Woodstock In the Elev enth district over Ira J Copley and John C McKenzie of Elizabeth In the Thirteenth district McKenzie will run for the place now filled In congress by Congressman Frank O Lowden In the Eighteenth district Speaker Joseph O Cannon won in a walk his opponent Henry B Downs hardly getting into the race Tho other Republican incumbents throughout the state were renominated with little troubleThe hardest fight for the Democrats came In the Fourth district where State Senator Ilalney and Congress man McDermott ran a neck and neck race McDermott however won by a comfortable plurality Incomplete returns Indicate that the men who voted for William Lorimer for senator In the general assembly both Republican and Democratic gained a sweeping victory Even the men who were drawn Into the Jackpot Investigation have been renominated by overwhelming majori ties except In perhaps two Instances Representative Lee ONeil Browne outdistanced all his competitors in La Sollo county State Senator John Broderick UD- der indictment In Sangamon county won by a vote of almost 2 to L Robert E Wilson In the Sixth district also wins handily Speaker Shurtleff was renominated 3000vLater returns Indicate that the Legislative Voters league was badly beaten throughout nearly all the precincts In Chicago It was in this field that the league mado Its hardest fight BOILER EXPLODES ONE DEAD Katy Locomotive Wows Up While Running 35 Mlles on Hour Engineer Killed Coffeyvillo Kan While run Ding 85 miles an hour tho locomotive of a Missouri Kansas Texas passenger train blew up at the top of a small grade four miles out of this city killing Horaco Holloway the engineer and probably fatally Injuring the fireman L E Goodrich The locomotive was completely wrecked None of the passengers or train crew was injured Capture 75 In Gambling Raid Seattle Wash Sheriff Hodgo of- King county at the head of seven deputies raldcu three of tho largest gambling houses In Seattle Friday Axes were used In breaking down the doors and several hundred dollars worth of property was destroyed Soventyfivo men were captured Ships Officer Swept Overboard Algiers Second Officer Funnell of the uteamer Swazi from New York was swept overboard and lost during II fierce gale on Scptembor 4 CALEB POWERS FOR CONGRESS IS NOMINATED BY REPUBLICANS IN 11TH KENTUCKY DISTRICT Served Eight Years In Prison for Complicity In Murder of Governor Gobel Lexington Ky In tho prl mary of the Republicans of the Eleventh congressional district Caleb Powers who for eight years was a states prisoner on the charge of com plicity in the murder of Gov William Gobol on the streets of Frankfort Jan uary 29 1900 defeated Don C Ed wards the present Incumbent Since Powers was freed by a pardon from Governor Willson the moun taineers have stood by him believing him to bo a political martyr and despite all influences that could be brought to bear on him by the followers of Edwards they returned Powers tho Republican nominee by a largo majority Money was spent freely on both sides It IB said Tho Indications are that when all returns are received Powers will be nominated by 6000 Much trouble was had at the polls among the ad herents of the two principals and at Grapo Vine Squire Colwell shot and killed John Holmes Trouble arose over the election and tho killing re suited Mountaineers who have considered Powers as a political martyr stood by him in the election giving him a large majority The fight for the nomination has been the most bitter In the history of Kentucky and It waa feared that the followers of Powers and Edwards would come to open conflict but aside from the trouble at Grape Vine nc shooting occurred TRAPPED BY IMMUNITY STORY ExTeller of the U 3 Subtreasury at Chicago Is Arrested on Embez zlement Charge Chicago Tho federal grand jury has again Indicted George W Fitzger ald who was formerly assorting toilet at tho United States subtreasury Ic this city on the charge of embezzling 173000 from the government Fitzgerald was arrested in his office Wednesday by tho federal authori tiesFitzgerald is said to have been trapped by a story given out some time ago that the statute of limitations Intervened and that whoever committed the theft was Immune from prose cution This story is declared to have been circulated for the express pur pose of misleading Fitzgerald William Boldcnwcck under whom Fitzgerald served sent his reslgna tion as subtreasurer to President Taft September 8 Ho is to leave office September 17 and to be succeeded by Len Small of Kankakee Ho denied that his resignation had anything to do with the disappearance ot the 173000 BALLINGER FATE POSTPONED Congressional Committee Meets but Not Having a Quorum Adjourns Until December 3 Chicago Not until next December will Richard A Balllugor secretary of the Interior learn the verdict arrived at by the congressional In vestigating committee Six members of the committee met in Chicago Tuesday to take action on the majority report but after deliberating several hours without a quorum present an adjournment was taken until December Senator Nelson declared that ho might call another meeting of tho committee before congress convened Joliet Population 34670 Washington Tb population 01 Joliet 111 Is 34670 an Increase ol 11317 or 181 per rent as compared with 29353 In 1900 Tho population of Cleveland Ohio Is GC06C3 an In crease of 178895 or 469 per cent ai compared with 3817C8 In 1900 Was Graduated 79 Years Aqo Newark N J William Rankin oi Summit N J the oldest living cal lege graduate In the United Staters celebrated his one hundredth birthday anniversary Thursday POISON KilLED HER SCIENTIST ON STAND IN CRIPPEN CASE DECLARES HE FOUND NO OTHER CAUSE WOMEN CROWD THE COURT Many Remove Their Hats So Those In Rear May Not Miss a Move of Trembling Girl Prisoner Dentist Retains Jaunty Air Londonon the resumption of the trial of Dr Hawley H CrIppen and his typist Ethel Lonovo charged with the slaying of tho formers wife Belle Elmore tho actress Dr William Henry Wlloox scientific analyst to the homo office who discovered poison In tho body found In Crippons residence went on tho witness stand and swore that death was caused by the deadly drugTho physician described the nature of the medium used and said that from a quarter to half a grain would prove fatal lie had found twosov oaths of a grain after a lapse of tout to eight months and Judged that more than half a grain bad been admlnls tcrcd lie found no other cause ol death and expressed the opinion that the victim survived tho dose an hour or more Before Doctor Wllcox was called the crown Introduced medical testimony to corroborate that given on Wednesday by Prof Augustus J Pepper pathologist of the University of Lon don who swore that the body had boon disfigured by ono familiar with the science of anatomy The growBomo exhibits and the un pleasant charctcr of the testimony at tho last session did not deter the curious from struggling to got Into the Dow street police court and the section apportioned to tho public was crowded The spectators Included the usual array of fashionably dressed women and these thoughtfully removed their hats that those seated behind them might not miss a move of the trembling girl In the dock or of her companion In duress whoso Jaunty air only adds to the morbid In terest In the case CHANLER GIVES ALL TO DIVA Lawyers File Cavalier AnteNuptial Agreement Between Opera Singer and New Yorker New YorkTho pronuptial agreement between Mmo Una Cavalier tho opera singer and Robert Wlnthrop Chanter tho terms of which have been the subject of many divergent reports of disagreements between scion of the old Astor family and the Italian diva was flied Friday In tho registers office by counsel for the singer Tho agreement recites that in con slderatlon of the Intended marriage and of the sum of S1 that Mr Chanler gives to Mme Cavalier all those three farms known respectively as Colo farm Chowell and Benna farm In Red Hook N Y approximating 360 acres and subject to a mortgage of 600000 The agreement further provides that Mr Chanler turns over to Mmo Cavalier the land and buildings In Now York city situated In several parts of the city comprising In all thirty pieces of property and concludes and all other realty forming part of the share of the above named Robert Winthrop Chanler of and In the estate of the late Mrs Laura Del ano subject to a mortgage of 140 000 The agreement further provides that Mr Chanler agrees to pay tho yearly sum of 20000 to Mme Cava liens during her life by four quarterly Installments of 5000 a quarter the first of which shall bo paid with in thirty days from the marriage- It was agreed that tho property of each of them both personal and future should remain the separate property and under the sole control of each of them HOW THE BALL CLUBS STAND Games Won and Lost and the Per Cent Average of the Various Nines- NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W U PC Club W L PChlcairo W 40 RS8 Clnonatl 87 68 494 tttabutg 78 M m rooklyn M It 41- 4Qew York74 U S74 HL LoulU TS 41- 4MldTla en 65 SlllDoiton 41 S3 831 AMERICAN LlJAOUE- hlldTIa 92 40 cfl Cleveland CO 71 41- loston 73 67 CTliWnihton 89 76 437 Pow York77 M 67SChlcago M SO 29- 9letrolt 77 6S 6708t Louis 41 91 304 AMEUICAN ASSOCIATION InnUs 101 CS 64Sflt Paul SO 76 61J ole io M 70 UOIMIlako 72 84 443 400CanTHREE I LEAGUE prlgfld 87 e6 KUnimirtn 60 74 441 t Ialan 67 5R1 Dubuque 60 76 44- 1rorla 72 64 KSlDavenprt 68 78 427 Waterloo 71 65 63 81 338 WESTEIIN IEAGUE lox CHyST 63 73 603 lenver 91 60 60381 JoseyhG1 SI Jncoln 86 63 6771 n Monoi64 S3 427 Wichita SO 70 U3Top ka 33 111 260 Goes to College at 80 Columbus Ohio What is believed 0 be the oldest woman student In ho United States was enrolled at the Ohio State university Friday In the person of Mm A D Winship need Ighty years of Racine Wis Minor Heir Comes Back Indianapolis Minor Heir the good rown eon of Heir at Law broke mother worlds record at the state lair track Friday pacing a mllo with bne runner for company in 1684 tho former record was 160 ants 1 o G DOCTORS ALTER THEIR VIEWS Where Moderation Was Permitted Few Years Ago Total Abstinence Now Recommended The bishop of Durham said recently In a public sermon Wo find now the constant and agreement of doctors on tho subject of alcohol to a vast degree going In a direction opposite to that which they took In 1869 Then their opinion might be summed up thus A little wine or beer or a very moderate amount of spirits is good for most people but there are some who can do without It and some who would be much better without lt Their opinion summed up now would be something like this For tho vast majority of the human taco nothing of the kind is the best rule there are a few exceptions for whom It la either good or gives no harm It has been many years since those who spoko of the dangers lurking In the use of alcohol were scoffed at as ignorant and prejudiced and they wore told Hoar what the doctors say In favor of alcohol as both food and medicine Some of tho doctors took It upon themselves to cover with abuse all those who favored abstinence espe chilly among their own number Some regarded a physician as being un scientific if ho did not order It Some of us laymen remember well how heated some of the doctors became In their condemnation of tho fanatics H as they stigmatized those who urged abstinence Now a groat change has come and it is indicated In such statements as tho following Dr Howard A Kelloy of Johns Hop kins hospital Baltimore at tho Wash ington meeting of the American So cletjr for the Study of Alcohol and Other Drug Habits speaking Haa a physician with 32 years experience said I began my practise In private life by prescribing alcohol in its various forms as an easily diffusible stimulant In cases of periodic weakness In low fevers and exhaustion In accordance with the common custom of a generation ago My experience has told mo that tho effect is temporary evanescent that the drug for such It is does no real good and that a dangerous habit Is thus easily endan dered which may be most difficult to eradicate a habit that may utterly ruin the patients body soul and spiritDr W H Waugh editor of Clinical Medicine Chicago said in a paper read at the same mooting Person ally I stand ready to use alcohol any time when I believe It to be to the best interests of my patients but I do not know a solitary use or a solitary case occurring In the widest range of medicine prnctlnu In which alcohol Is the best remedy that can be applied Concerning tho use of alcohol in pneumonia Dr A A 11111 says I rely on digitalis strychnine careful feeding and absolute rest but always refuse at the critical period when the overburdened and dilated right heart has almost reached the breaking point to help my patient over the precipice by prescribing the socalled stimulant that must often by Its paralyzing ef fect on the cardiac nerves take away his last chance of recovery Lobar pneumonia cardiac failure so runs the usual certificate and the cause of the cardiac failure in 95 cases out of 100 la alcohol Dr Sllllo a German health officer replied recently to a brother practi boner who had said that an abstaining physician has no right to impose his views upon his patient and deny him alcoholic drinks when he needs them to relieve depression Dr Stillo said that only a very small part of the al cohol consumed can be said to afford pleasure In any true sense and that is so infinitesimal compared with tho misery It causes that he should con aider himself Inexcusable It he did not do all In his power to combat alcohol He thinks that If any one It not con vlnced of tho general injurlouness of alcohol it can only be because ho has not made a sufficient study of the sub jectA book on Vital Economy or How to Conserve Your Strength by John H Clark M D Just ppubllshcd In London 1009 contains this state mentTho doctor Is certainly responsible for a largo share of the drinking CUll toms of the present day lie gives Indiscriminate or Indefinite advice to take a little whisky with lunch and dinner or burgundy or claret or port as the case may be and the patient Is pretty certain to carry out the pre scription in all probability to tho end of his days Drunkenness and Divorce United States census returns show that drunkenness figured as a direct and contributing cause In 19 per cent of all divorces from 1887 to 1900 in tho United States According to the census figures liquor was tho solo cause of divorce In 13616 cases and the cause In combination with some other In 17765 eases In addition to this thero were 130287 In which IrunkncsB was an indirect or contrlbu torY causa tt+ + t4i111If ROUND ABOUT ill THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY i++++++++++++++++1t i4 GOODS ROADS ASSOCIATION Convention at Louisville Decides to Hold Congress Christmas Week Loulsvlllo Three hundred mem here of too Kentucky Good Roads as eoclatlon met in convention at tho Etate fair and practically formulated plans to secure moro laws to carry on tho movement for bettor roads I throughout tho atato Several speech ea Wero made at tho convention among them ono by 310 Eldridgo ot Washington tho governments good roads expert who discussed the work that had been accomplished In other states as well aa tho movement that has boon Inaugurated in other states Aa an Instance of what good roads havo accomplished Mr Eldrldgo said that in Tennessee 300 miles ot good roads bad been built in tho past few years and that whom formerly twenty livo bushels ot grain Will considered a good load tho farmers think nothing now ot hauling filly and sixty bushels to a load and that tho strain is not near so severe on tho teams as under former conditions A resolution for a Good Roads Con cress to bo hold In Ixmisvlllo Christ mill week was passed unanimously by the convention POSTMASTERS ADJOURNED Selection of Next Meeting Place Left to Executive Committee Loulsvlllo Tho Joint convention of the Kentucky Postmasters assoclo tiou and tho Kentucky Postmasters league which convened at tho custom houso adjourned after ono of the best attended an1 most successful moot ings in tho history ot the organiza tions Tho selection ot a meeting place next year is left to tho executive com mittee and will be decided later Thomas L Walker ot Lexington was elected president ot the associa Lion W C Balm of Outhrio flat vice president and Gcogo Wilhclml of Newport second vice president Oeo L Barnes of Frankfort was roclected secretary and Qeorgo W Hutchcson ot Lawrencoburg was reflected treas- Urer Thomas L Walker tho newly elect ed president and W It Ovcrby tho retiring president were named as dol egates to tho National Association ot Postmasters which will bo convened at Richmond Va en September 26 NEXT MEETING IN FHANKFORT Junior Order Chose Capital City ai Place for 1911 Convention London Tho state convention of the Junior O U A M decided to hold Its next annual meeting at Frankfort tho capital city being an easy winner ever Ucattyvllle and Jackson State ofllccra were elected for the ensuing year as follows Dr J J Gibson Lexington atato councilor without opposition Harvey Mitchell ot London won over S V Stamper of ftcattyvlllo for vlco chan cellor by only three votes H F Lochner of Louisville had two opponents for secretary but was reelected to that office on tho first bal lot L W Phillips of Covington was given a second term as treasurer with out a race Charles C Green ot Louis ville and M O Boon of VanceburB were chosen as delegates to tho na I tional convcnt6n at Mobile next Juno LOUISVILLE IN 1911 Gaugers and Storekeepers Elected Officer and Adjourned Louisville This city will entertain the next annual convention of the National Federation of Storekeepers Gaugora and Storekeeper Gaugors In Itll At tho closing session ot the organization in Cincinnati tho follow ing officers were elected President Geo Wcltzol Cincinnati first vice president J W Hammond Louisville second vlco president C D Stivers Hammond Ind third vice president M S Hall New Orleans secretary treasurer 0 1t Howard Asplnwall Pa executive committee J W Black Midway Ky D F McPherson Baltimore Md M J Hcnuerty Boston Mass P C Brcckenrldge Troy Oj E M Miley Marietta 0 M L AnI drlck Terro Haute Ind A resolutions woro adopted by tho con vention ono of which was an Invita tion to tho association of Peoria and Pckln 111 to Join with tho national or ganlzaton WELLKNOWN PHYSICIAN DEAD Henderson Dr W F Armstrong aged 30 a wellknown homeopathic physician of this city dlqd suddenly after an Injection of serum for blood poisoning His death Is attributed to weakness of tho heart Ho becamo infected while performing an opera tion ten days ago at which time ho underwent an operation which seemed o afford relief He came hero about 1C years ago from Knox county Tenn A wife and two children survive He was a graduuto of the Southwestern Homeopathic college of Loulsvlllo CITY INDICTEDIGrand Jury Maintaining Nuisance Henderson Tho city of Henderson was Indicted by the grand Jury on tho chargo ot maintaining a nuisance In permitting several Bowqra from tho city to empty into Canoo creek Just beyond tho city limits This indictment Is tho result of agi tation by tho county board of health who at a meeting some two months ego memorialized the city council tc the effect that there was an awful stench along Canoe creek that tho fish were killed and that the water of tho creek was undrinkable for tho stock all ot which rendered tho con ditions In tho stench zono unhealthy and unsanitary This indictment will in the opinion of wellposted men on city affairs re suit in tho necessity for a complete change In Hendersons system of sow crago most ot which was built ac cording to plans drafted by the Into George E Waring one ot tho worlds greatest sanitary engineers and for which plans this city paid 1500 WILL UNVEIL MONUMENT Catlottaburg Tho announcement made that tho monument In honor of tho late Judgo M Elliott erected on tho court houso lot In this city by his widow will bo unveiled on October 3 Tho lion James B McCreary and Judge E C OHear havo been invited to deliver addresses on tho occasion Judgo Elliott was assassinated by John Buford on the steps of tho Cap hal hotel at frankfort on March 26 1S79 Ho was a member ot the court of appease and had decided a case in which Buford was one of tho litigants who met Uio judgo soon afterward and without warning shot him down The monument Is of granite and la surmounted by tho magnificent statuo of tho Judge which was made in Italy I Kentucky Intelligence I Trenton Robbers forced an en trance Into Bank ot Trenton and got away with 100 all In copper cents The other funds in the safe ware not dIsturbedDanvUleJudgo Lewis L Walker nMoInt d Attorney George Florence of Stanford as master commissioner of tho Lincoln circuit court Mr Flor once hi ono of tho leading attorneys ot Lincoln county- IIopklnevllleAnnouncement was made ot practical completion ot finan cial arrangements for an electric Inter urban lino from hero to Guthrie via Pembroke and Trenton A number of local business men are financially Interested Russcllvnie Tho Logan and Rob ertson County Stock Agricultural and Poultry association will give Its first annual fair at Adalrvllle October 21 and 22 This Is In the heart ot as good m agricultural country as can be found either in Kentucky or Tonnes see and a splendid lot of entries will bo exhibited Russcllvlllo Col James C Edwards sold to W L Bray of Warren county triO acres ot his fine Edgotown blue grass farm The prico has not been mado public but It Is said to be about 12000 Col Edwards also sold to Judgo S A Base and others the remaining 05 ncrpa of his splendid farm for something like V000- GlasgowA severe rain and windstorm visited this county and destroy ed thousands of dollars worth of to hacco The greatest loss was In tho I octa section of the county some four miles from Olasgow A large part of tho tobacco was just ready to be cut and this was blown down and heat to pieces by tho rain and wind Deattyvlllo Frank A Lyon Jr mayor of Boattyvlllo and master com missioner ot tho Leo circuit court died cf heart disease with which ho had been afflicted for some time Ho was about 30 years of ago and ono ot tho most promising young lawyers at the Beattyvlllo bar He graduated from Central university at Danville about lIve years ago- CynthlanaDorthenla Fryman 88 and her brother Alex Fryman a few years her senior both of whom havo died within tbopat couple of days lived within nine miles ot Cynthlana all of their lives yet neither ot them were over In Cynthlana or any other town or city According to neighbors they never used a lamp nor a cook etovo Tho cooking was done on the hearthstone of an old fashioned fire placeHarrodaburgThe Society of Shak os whoso estate IB located near High Bridge transferred to Col George Be lion their holdings of 1600 acres of the best land In Morcer county and their personal realty The estate Is valued at 150000 and In addition to n cash consideration of 5000 Col Dohon binds himself to support and caro for the Individual members of tho sotloty during tho remainder of their lives There are only 14 of the Shakers left and their ages range from 70 years wardLoulsvl11eExtenllve plans for the entertainment of delegates to tho an nual convention ot Kentucky division United Daughters of the Confederacy which will be hold here threo days beginning October 12 are being work ed out by prominent local women affiliated with the Albert Sidney John ston chapte- rOwensboroAt a special meeting of the city council an ordinance giving a franchise to the Owcnsboro and Rock port Bridge and Terminal Co to con struct and operate a railroad along tho entire river front of OwontBro was given Its final passage THE WISE AND FOOLISH VIRGINS Sandiy School Lcuon for Oct 2 1910 Specially Arranged or Thli Paper LESSON TKXT Matthew 25 11SMemory verses 10 12 GOLDEN TEXTDII ye therefore ready alao for the Son or man oometh notLukll12C0TIME Tueidajr afternoon April 4 A D 30 PLACE On the Mount of Oliveoverlooking Jerusalem on hIs way to Suggestion and Practical Thought This Is ono ot the moat beautiful and touching of tho parables Poetry painting and tho drama havo combined to give it an exceptional hold on the Christian imagination Tho weird pathos of the story Is unspeakable Tho occasion Is BO happy tho agents so interesting the issue BO tragic The story is a plcturo of an oriental wed ding Among thoso friends of the bride who waited to join tho procession were ten virgins While they were walUng tho Umo of the procession being over unknown they became drowsy and slept In peace knowing that the shouts and cries of tho coming crowd would awaken them In time They had no anxiety tho wise because they had faith and were prepared the foolish by false security and by Ignoring tho futureThe ten virgins had to wait till about midnight when through the still air came shrill and clear thoso peculiar shrill quavering cries of Joy called Zugaret which are heard throughout tho east on occasions of special rejoicing Soo Rev 1969 And they heard the cry Behold tho bridegroom cometh go ye out to moot him Tho wise virgins trimmed and re plenished their lamps with the oil which they had the forethought to bring with them Tho foolish found their lamps burned out but they had been too careless to bring extra oil with them They beggod oil of tho wise but they had nono left and advised tho foolish to- go to tho source ot supply whore they should have gono earlier While they were gone tho procession reached its destination those who were ready went In to the marriage festival And the door was shut Like Esau the foolish virgins came too late for tho blessing They had thrown away their opportunityThe was soon to depart by the way of the cross But he promised to return Ho came back in the resur recUon Ho cams in the coming of the Spirit of tho day ot Pentecost He came at the destruction of Jerusalem Ho la coming In glory at tho last day when his kingdom shall come and his will bo done on earth as It Is in heav enEvery crisis of our lives every open ing of opportunity every crisis of tho world or tho church may be called in Its degree a coming of the Lord whose providence is over all 1 Tho com ing la something of the greatest value and blessing It is like tho wedding festival full of tho best of life Even in tho subordinate comings and crises of our Ryes thorn is always a door an invitation to something better than wo havo had Even death is a gate to heaven 2 Tho time of the coming Is always unknown for yo know neIth- er tho day nor tho hour wherein tho Son of man cometh In What Way Are Wo to Watch Tho company of watchers waa divided into two classes tho wise and the foolish The equality of numbers has no bearing on tho proportion of persons in real Ufo who are wise or foolishThe lamps signify tho outward pro- Cession and tho possibilities All had some light they had religious feelings they were moved by tho Influences of tho Holy Spirit Tho oil is tho spiritual life the heart which Is tho source of the flame tho visible manifestations of the Christian spirit But this significance was shown only by the burning lamp Thoso who took vessels of oil a permanent supply were thoso who had tho living reality of that which they professed who put into practise into character that which shone forth from their lamps Thoso who took no supply of oil had a surface tooling like the seed sown on rocky soil which sprang up quickly and endured till persecution or trouble arose Matt 155 6 20 21J Watchfulness consists in being prepared for every emergency and every duty as tho wise virgins watched by having their lamps continually burn ing and a full supply of oil to keep them burning And the Door Was ShutTho oppor unity came and the gift in its hand was gained or lost There came a time when it was too lato to change This is a fact of nature as well as a truth ot the Word There Is a ten dency to fix the character so that one will not change In tho mlssuse of tho body there comes a time when it Is Impossible to ward off disease We shut too door against ourselves No one but ourselves Is to blame for our not en tering 1Vi shut tho door by negligence to bo prepared to enter Jongresman Wise of Virginia in his address on Lincoln said Abraham Lincoln had neither tho learning the experience in public life nor tho social advantages of William IL Seward Nor had ho the political training the polish or tho skilled weapons of de bate possessed by his great antag onset Stephen A Douglas What he bad was a faith which knew no varl ablenesa nor shadow of turning and a purpose that be boldly announced at tho outset and never abandoned under any discouragement It ia a mistake to say he was an unlearned man THROUGH NIAGARA FALL Man Passes Down Cataract In Little Motor Boat IP View of Crowd of 4001 People Niagara Falls N YIn a little motor boat Capt Klaus Larsen completed four and onehalf miles of the trip through the whirlpool rapids but his boat and himself were battered so badly that ho gave up before reaching Lewiston Forty thousand people saw his reck loss trJ9Larsen held to the middle of and In loss than three minutes had made tho great pool After getting through Devils Hole tho Ferro swung toward the rocks on the American side of the river rolled over ono boulder and went fast between two others Getting free ho was hit by a comber and sent careen ing toward tho middle At the bend tho boat drifted toward the American aIde and was caught in the shore eddy Tho Ferro grounded near enough to shorn to be caught by Roy Rockwell of this city who waded Into the water and caught a rope thrown by Larsen Larsen wanted to continuo the trip but having accomplished the worst part of the journey was persuaded to board a trolley to Lewiston setting tho boat adrift Tho trip was worse than 1 thought it would be said Larsen but I am not hurt and will do It again some time with another boat Except the old Maid of tho Mist sent through In 1864 to avoid seizure Larsens is the only enginepropelled craft to have gone through the rapids Peter Nlssen Chicago 1900 and C A Percy 1887 and 1901 went through the rapids safely in barrels OLD SOLDIERS IN SESSION Remarkable Scene Took Place When Gen Daniel E Sickles Entered Hall Where Meeting Was Being Held Atlantic City N JTho hoteli piers and boardwalks are crowded with old soldiers and their families who are hero to attend the forty fourth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic Commander Vansaut and Hilary A Herbert of Alabama formerly secre tary of tho navy and general In tho Confederate army were the principal speakers at a large gathering of veterans on the steeplechase pier After a short address by tho commander Gen Herbert eulogized the members of the Grand Army and their commander He told how the wearers of tho blue and tho wearers of tho grey were being welded together for the cause of the Union- CommanderlnChlc Vansant and Gen Daniel E Sickles both declared they would work for the proposition advocated oily Gen Herbert of bring ing tho grizzled veterans of tho North and South together and the former will bring tho before the O A R monibers It is believed that this demonstration of friendly feeling will end the agitation against the placing of a statue of Gen Robert E Leo In Statuary hall in Washington- A remarkable scene took place with tho entrance of Gen Sickles into the building As he swung down the aisle the veterans arose as one man and tour ot his command lifted him chair and all and placed him on the plat form while a band played Dixie and tho crowd cheered AUTOIST FOUND DEAD Hands Held Charged Electric Wire Supporting Traction Line Poll Indianapolis Ind Death came to Robert E Morrow automobile sales man In a peculiar and mysterious manner His body was found attached to a live wire supporting a traction line pole west of Indianapolis His hands held the wire so firmly that it was with difficulty they were separated from lt His body wus charged with electricity and two men were shocked before he was removed by a patrol man in rubber clothes Morrows car was Jammed against an abutment about 20 feet from where ho died It is supposed that he struck it during a heavy rain and that he took a header down an embankment- It is believed that ho must have grabbed at the wire to stop Ills flight into a creek and that In doing so he received the shock that caused death Ho was aged 30 Girl Shot By Mistake Tnlcntown PaAnna Cole WAS mistaken for a burglar and perhaps fatally shot by her friend and neigh bor Charles KIndrew Tho young woman trespassed upon tho KIndrew lawn to get drink of water from a hydrant KIndrew having twice heard burglars In the night shot at tho dark form One of the bullets entered the girls abdomen and it Is doubtful if she will recover Minister Drops Boston Rev Edward Warren Virgin author and editor of religious historical and geological works and a Methodist clergyman for half a cen tury dropped dead at his homo In Dod ham aged 74 years Statue of Jaurez Unveiled El PasoA statue of Benito Juarez the Georg Washington ot Mexico was unveiled In the town of Juarez Mex opposite this city The pedestal ot the monument Is 100 feet In height end the statue la 14 feet high f SECRETS OF HONEY BUSINESS Does Will Store Just as Much In Old Box or Washing Machine as In Finest Hive Dees will store just aa much honey ht any kind of an old box keg or deserted washing machine as In the finest hive that was ever made and that ia ono of tho big secrets of the boo business the principal thing Is keep the box cool by shading It dur- Ing tho heat of tho day though shade at other times I consider objection able Close to the hive have an abun dance of water some salt and slaked lime writes A F Bonnoy In Farm Press The best watering device I I A Tree Box know of Is a board set at an anglo of about twenty degrees with a can or bucket at the high end which leaks just fast enough to keep the board wet a little The container must be kept covered else tho bees will get In and drown Secret No 2 Do not molest the bees after they get to work and give them an abundance ot room in which to store honey2000 to 8000 cubIc inches Is not too much No 3 Dees will sting for they are built that way The remedy Is to wear veil and gloves until you get to like having the little dears prod you Tako an old box of about 2000 cubic inches capacity and across one end fasten a dozen sticks the size of your finger nailing ito the ends of them through the sides of tho box Cleat the cover boards together cut a hole onehalf by six inches in the lower end and fasten It on with screws Now tie a wire loop In tho top of the box to bang it up by and you have what I call a tree box With several of them which cost me Just 15 oents I got honey enough to sell for UOo but I sorted It carefully putting the clean white comb Into jars Mason and Belling it for 15 cents a pound Tho rest ot the honey I strained and put In jelly tumblers Mason jars and tin gallon cans and it averaged me 11 cents a pound Labels can be bought at a low price which aid in selling At the end of the season I bad besides the honey several swarms of bees and could have bad more Long Churning The principal causes for long churn fag are here given in the Montana experiment station bulletin and possi bly those interested may find out what Is wrong by comparison with those different causes 1 Cream may bo too cold 2 Cream may be from strippers 3 Cream may be too thin 4 Cream may bo too thick and thus whip up into a lather when the churning commences and by sticking on the side of tho churn ia not really churning oven if the churn is revolv ing 6 Churn may be too full 8 You may bo churning too fast and thus carry the cream right around with the churn Of course there are bacterial Infec bone that will cause slow churning but I would hardly suppose that you would be bothered to that extent Probably In looking over your work some of these causes may give you a clue Bees and Cucumbers A correspondent of one of tho lead tag beo journals Is authority for tho statement that more than 100 growers of hothouse cucumbers in Massachus etta havo found it necessary to keep bees in their buildings to sot or fructify the cucumbers Over 1000 col aides are now being used In this way and in most cases it has been found necessary to replace these colonies each year This has created a steady demand for bees and tho benefits derived have been so apparent that this demand promises to grow At present however an earnest effort Is being mado to determine If possible why col mates thus kept In hothouses aro short lived since tho necessity of replacing them almost yearly is not only very expensive but seems n peat sacrifice of the Industrious little Insects Good Pastures Shade from the hot sun and pure water are as essential to good pastures as plenty of grass l f r o I I I STUMP SPLITTER IS UNIQUE Old Method of Using Wedge or j mite Improved Upon by LargejConical Screw The usual method of removing stumps of trees from the ground tfl to split them by the use of or a blast of dynamite says American The Scfent111aI or Unique Stump Sputteritratlon shows a new method It cow slats In screwing a wedge Into the toy of the stump The wedge Is In reality a large conical screw provided at Us lower end with a fine thread used for starting tho cono Into the wood That shaft of tho screw ia provided with e hand wheel by which It may bo steadJ led and turned Extending laterally from the shaft is a long arm at tha end of which a whlfuetree Is conpledJ A horse may be hitched to the tty i tree to turn the shaft and screw tha cone late the stump When tho stamgj is too large for tho threaded cone od tho shaft to split effectively anoed cone section may be added After thsl stump has been split by means of thai cono into a number of small parts these parts can easily bo excavated and removed POTATOES WERE LEFT OVEN Seed Remained In Ground All Wlrrt and Produced Strong Vigor ous Plants Sometimes potatoes left In ground over winter will produce goou crops the following year Of coura I such instances are rare and are easily accounted tor Tho photoJ Leftover Potatoes from which tho accompanying cut mat made was sent by a man living at I Stamford Conn He says this hill j was from seed which remained in the I ground all winter and grew strongy vigorous plants tho next spring The ground had been heavily fertilized for rhubarb r IwIrThe application of lime to cabbage soil la highly recommended Thin the early endives and keep tha cultivation going between the rows Boo hives should bo made so thai a they can be opened without Jarring themjStirring honey unnecessarily cansea it to candy sooner than It otherwise l wouldAvoid breaking or treading on the I JmelonlThe best way to combat the Hessian fly is to aeed tho wheat fields as late as possible On the samo day that the plowing is done the harrow or packer should folTlow the plowrThe cool days of middle autumn at ford the best time of tho year to paint the farm buildingsIEat tho string beans while they are crisp Take a dish of them over to the neighbor who has none Ono hundred pounds of nltrato of r soda per acre will help shove late cabbages along wonderfully The queen bee lives to an age of four years or more but the workers live for only about forty days Keep the tomato vines off the ground Handpick tomatoworms tney are easily found and killed If you want to enrich your soil cheaply sow a cover crop as fast as kHoogrowing crops oltenat least once jjj in ten days and especially alter rains Close stopping of fruiting cucumbers Is necessary or a lot of useless wood Ii and foliage will be made Young t plants of course will need more free 71 dom j Growing Cedar Trees A farmer In Tennessee ban 25 acreIiplanted to cedar which la grown for 11 the sole purpose ot making lead pen II ells The trees grow very rapidly and are cultivated like any other crop LkIu I 9 7 0kokokoKoKokokokoKoKoKoKokakoKo tl o oKokokokokokokoK o East Kentucky Correa ondence ii News You Get Nowhere Else 0 0o No coneipondence putllibea nnleu signed in toll by tie writer lie same o it not for puMlctlbn tut a sa evidence of rood faith Write pUlnly 0 071071071071071 07107107t0710710710UOk071071071071 Ok0710710710710710710710710 JACKSON COUNTY McKKK McKee Sept 13The McKee Academy opened the 6th with a large number of pupils The building has been reconstructed and a large attendance Is expected for the Winter term The association for Teachers of Educational Division No 1 Sub 1 will be held at McKee the 24th of this month All tho teachers of the coun ty will be expected to attend The program Is as follows Opening Exercises Welcome AddressGeorge Rader Response Lizzie Isaacs Things that Make a Good School Logan Farmer How to Decorate a School Room Laura Amyx Selected ReadingDan Gabbard a A Teacher as a Moral GuideFrank lin Marcum- RecitationMlnnle Price Just a Little CarelessIsaac Bowles How to Secure Good OrderSherman Smith-Y OrationFred Jones How to Secure the Needs of a School Tilda York Selected Reading Lucy owes The doors of the citizens of McKee will be opened to the teachers at dinner time FIUVKTT Prlvett Sept 16There Is much sickness In this vicinity Mollle Peters attended the Association at Wal nut Grove last Saturday and Sunday Sirs Austin Madden is very sick The teachers association will beI held at McKee the fourth Saturday In this monthArch Peters made a business trip to Booneville last i Saturday and attended the teachers association at Scovlal Ridge School at the Huff district is dismissed this week on account of the illness of the teacher Isaac Bowles who Is crysick with pneumonia The peoples scare is about over as the election went off quietly Caleb Powers won by a large majority Circuit court Is In session at McKee this XweekWill Simpson and family have come back from Garrard County i KYKIIGKKK 1Evergreen Sept 18 Election day passed off with some excitement at Horse Lick Several wero drunk a few fights with knives and rocks occurred and moonshine was plenty Caleb Powers got 100 majority Peter Barclay of Red House has been visiting T J Lake the last a week Mrs Juan Azblll who has been visiting her daughter Mrs 4 Hallle Lake has gone homeEd ward Lake who has been sick for two weeks Is some betterWade Ballard and Ed Bleak and wife of Covlngton Ky are visiting Mrs Jula Ballard this weekMrs Maria and Tombs Lake of Richmond are here this week visiting their many friends Jones Allen of Roblnet was in our town last week looking after some millinery business Mrs Jennie Martin is no better TYNKU Tyner Sept 18 Married on the 15th Miss Claud Hamilton to W R I Rader G W Moore R B Reynolds and N J Jones are doing jury service at McKee Isaac Bowles Is very i v sick with pneumonia W M Dunlgan lost a fine heifer last week Altae Morgan of Paris has returned home after a two weeks visit among rela tives and friends in this vicinity and Wclchburg Mr and Mrs Eugene Gipson visited Mrs Gipsons par ents at Lite Saturday and Sunday Miss Zoe Moore is visiting her cous- In Mrs Mollle Moore of McKee W M Bullock and W G Hamilton cut tobacco for E C and L C Moore the past weekMr and Mrs W M Dunigan have been visiting near Far iston since Thursday lastJ H Jones made a business trip to Louisville last week Mrs Mary Doughty of J Shulli I ity the past weekW M and Clay Moore have purchased a farm from i Cop Isaacs for 300 dollars The j I property is known as the Uncle John Miller place i iiunii Hugh Sept 19 Several from here have been attending meeting at Pilot KnobFlemon Azblll and family off Hamilton 0 are visiting friends and kinfolks Mrs Alice Bongo vis I IIItedher daughter Maggie Burns last All are rejoicing over Powers success at election Ethel Drew of Evergreen is visiting her brother Grover Drew this weekold Aunt I Mary Engle is at R I Halos at presentJohn Parks Is down at Whites Station building a tobacco II i barn ORATDAWK Grayhawk Sept ISJ B Ding ham and family have just returned from seeing the big show at Sextons Creekold DlnghamI l I who has been servliig on a jury at McKee Is visiting at J B Ding hams this week Mrs Louise Tinch er Is spending a few days visiting her daughter Mary RiceOld Aunt Jane Simpson Is In very poor health and Is not expected to live long She is about ninetyfive years of age The primary Is now over and Caleb Powers won by the biggest majority ever had In the 11th District The Rev John Anderson preached at Oak Grove Sunday with a good at tendance and all seemed to enjoy the sermon preached upon the text And there was no room for him In tho inn ROCKCASTLE COUNTY AVI LI 11 Wlldle Sept 19Mrs Nannle Mc Collum who has been here for some time left yesterday for her home ct Florence Kansas Born to the wife of Joe Coffey a fine glrlA protract ed meeting will begin at Wlldle Sep tember 20thMr Dodd ot Otawa is teaching a singing school hereG C Hayes and brother Esmar attended the state fair and the Cincinnati Ex position last weekElla Adams was with home folks last Saturday and 1SundayJfhe little child of Mr and Reynolds has been very litItlodetto is Improving Llllle Riddle of Conway Is visiting her grandmother Sirs Mary Riddle The new walk across Round Stone near Wil weekIrsjAlbertnnd ited Mr and Mrs J N Reynolds at Paris last weekThe little Infant child of Mr and Mrs W R Barnett died September the 13Forest Coffey of Brodhead was the guest of his sister Mrs Albert Reynolds Saturday and Sunday Joe Jackson and Miss Mary Drown were married at the home of the bride Sept the 9thI We wish them a long and happy life IJOOXF Boone Sept 19Cal Chaslecn of this place and Miss Rena Smith of Brinel Ridge were quietly married at the home of the bride Sept 9th Mrs Lucy Worthern is very sick Mr and Mrs W Chasteen of Be rea were visiting relatives last Sat urday and last SundayJames Say ler of this place and Miss WIra Byrd were quietly married at the brides parents SaturdayT H Chasteen has completed his wire fenceJessI Wren of Winchester was visiting in this section last Saturday and Sun day Marlon Router railroad em ployee of near Morgan Ky visited his parents Saturday Public school Is progressing very well with Hattie Poynter as teacherW D Lovett was a Berea visitor Monday Mr and Mrs John Wren were visiting their daughter Mrs H Woodall in Berea one day last week Prayar meeting Is held at Fairview church every Wednesday night Mrs Mary Wren visited her daughter Mrs John Wheeler in Madison Co a few days last weekJas Gentry of Dreyfus passed through with a nice lot of cat tle one day last weekWm Cor nelison and Willie Monday of Kings ton were In town last Sunday TS Wren Is having his tobacco cut CON1VAY Conway Sept 19 1910I A Bow man and family have returned from a trip through the mountains Bob Bowman of Owsley Co Is visiting at S A Bowmans Ben Gabbard is visiting home folks Mrs John Smith and sister of Jackson Co are visit ing at W M HayesTray Dalleys little girl Is reported very sick Chas Bowman has moved to Mt Vernon but his health is not Improving e Mrs Jones and daughter Zelma have returned from a trip through the west Miss Etta Hacker of Jack son is visiting here Several of our boys have gone to Paint Lick to tirorkGentry and Black shipped two car loads of cattle SaturdayI A Bowman had a serious attack of heart failure last Wednesday morning but when the doctor came he soon got relief This makes the fourth at tack ho has had Those who attended the Sunday school convention at Mt Vernon were I A Bowman Miss Rhoda Skid and Bob Bowman All report a fine time Miss Lee Sparkman gave the boys and girls a bean stringing last Tuesday night which was enjoyed by all- nOOKiunu Rockford Sept 12T C Vlars who has been sick quite a while is no betterJ E Dalton and family visited the family of T C Vlars Saturday and SundayA series of meetings have just closed at old Scaffold Cane with only two addi tions and a total collection of I31CO Harm Bowman wife and son Everett visited Robert and Reccle Bowman of this place Saturday and Sunday Egbert Ogg and daughter were at Rockford Sunday visiting relatives Grove Thomas has just completed his dwelling Little Dai sy Todd who has been sick quite a while is improving 0 M Payne was at Scaffold Cane Sunday at tending church also Uncle Taylor Abney ORLANDO Orlando Sept 19Mrs Hacker Williams of Conway is visiting Mr E Williams who is very sick Miss M T Singleton Is having several cars loaded with logsMr Gar rlt Burton of Livingston was in this vicinity SundayFloyd Mason who has typhoid Is Improving Miss Martha Singleton was In Mt Vernon Friday on business MIES Kizit Ponder Is teaching school In the Ma ple Grove church house the Flat Rock school house not being com pleted Frank Mulling went to Be rea SundayCorn crops look fine MADISON COUNTY SILVER CREEK Silver Creek Sept 19Farmers in this section are busy cutting tobacco Christopher WoolwIne who has moved his sawmill near thlu place is about ready for work Tho Infant baby of Iko Davis died last week Ike Johnson Is now working below Richmond An Ice cream supper was given at Silver Creek church Satur day night A good number were present and the proceeds went for the benefit of the church Several from here attended church at Pilot Knob Sunday W A Johnson has about completed his tobacco barn Mlnter Lainhart who has been In Indiana for some time is back againW B Lake the picture agent reports work good School is progressing nicely KINGSTON Kingston Sept 19Mr and Mrs Sunnle White are visiting Mrs Whites sister Mrs Arthur Rlddell this week Martha Powell spent a few days last week with her brother L C Powell at DIg Hill Bertha Flan cry of Kirksvllle is the guest of Mr to do with half hour and Mrs Curt Parks this week Mrs Will Cornelison who has been sick for some time is improving ajrs Dolly RIddell has from a visit with relatives at Winchester Mr and Mrs pen Been visited Mrs Boons parents Big Hill last week Gusslo Rucker visited at Richmond from Thursday until Sunday Mrs W C Lewis and Eva were In town Wednesday on business Tho Rev Combs filled his appoint ment at the hall Sunday Mrs Julia RIddell who has been visiting near Lexington has returned home Mr and Mrs Alex Azblll are at home after a visit with Mrs Azbllls parents In Cincinnati OMnJ Pall Rid dell and daughter Bessie are visit ing relatives here this weekMr and Mrs Mark Flanery spent Sunday with Mr Treadway at Paint Lick Ella FarrIs who has been the guest of Ella Ballard for some time Is very sick with foyerMr and Mrs John Powell were the guests of C Powell and wife Sunday Mrs Robt Hudson and Miss Dora Hudson were In Richmond Thursday on business Mrs Jim VanWinkle who has been sick Is some better CLAY IIUUNINO STRINGS Burning s Rev John Jones moderator of the Baptist churches of this community met with a very painful accident while digging coal on Rader Several ribs were broken besides other injuries He is recovering slowly Carl Clark ston has been very sick but is re James Clarkston and wife Dora announce the birth of a son a few days agoMrs Hiram McCreary and children are visiting at the home of the formers mother Mrs Eliza Rawlings Martin McCreary ono of our promising young men is visit Ing his father lie has a 4 with the L N n R Co Stephen Clarkston one of our popular drum mers Is attending the state fair and making a business trip to Louisville this week Mrs Robert Thompson of Manchester Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J L Rawllugs Lucy Rawllngs has returned from visiting her sister Mrs Parkey in Virginia Mrs Katie White and sons Hugh and Taylor have been visiting friends In Manchester Many farmers are busy foddering They report a very good corn crop The tobacco growers are harvesting their crop which Is a- very good one Tho most successful ones have been Messrs Hlbbart Clarkston Fletcher and Sizemore Tile last load of apples from the Red Bird crop was sold In town today at seventyfive cents a bushelThe excessive rains of the summer have caused much sickness especially a mong tho children GRASSY 1UIANCII Program for Teachers Association at Grassy Branch September 24 1910 Song By the School Prayer Rev John Mason Welcome AddressL A Clark Recitations Rum Nettie Baker Good EnoughForester Robinson A Little Girl Rosa Mason Perplexed Florence Baker Parents Duty to the School Ray mend Davidso- nRecitatlonAbble Pendergrass Declamation Ccber Everfole Recitation Nobody Rebecca Mc Intosh- HecltntlonTen True Friends Mary Richardson Essay Addle Hacker Why Kentucky is Behind In Educa tion Floyd Lucas Recitation A Terrible Corn Maso- nRecitationWo Will See Them Again Polly Amis Song By tho Audience and School Education In Its Fullest SenseJohn R Abshear I wonder what some people want with when they dont know what a here Emerson returned daughter typhoid L COUNTY Springs pt1GThe covering position OWSLEY COUNTY Housekeeper Tragedy eternity I Recitation Hattio Neace Punishment When and How to Ad minister T J Gree- nRecitationShoppingPony Amis Recitation Sarah Helton Basket Dinner By the Patrons Song By the School New Kentucky School Curriculum Monroe King RecitationAlfred Amis Why the Teacher Should Seek High er Education Clark Gay RecitationLaura Reynolds Essay John Turner Recitation A Sum in Arithmetic Henry DaftSRecitation Luther Helton Practical Needs of a Public School Education In All the Trades Supt P M FryeESTILL COUNTY tVAGERSYILLE- 1Vagersville Sept 19Mrs LrI Flynn Is very slclcDrs E E Ed wards of College Hill and Clarence Gould of Sand Hill were among friends hero last weekMr and Mrs A B Kelly are visiting In Berea Tobacco cutting is in full progress nowMrs Will Henderson Is very sickMrs J M Edwards and Mlas Ella Park were in Irvine last Thurs day on business Born to Mr and Mrs Faut Richardson on the 15th a glrlDr J P Sutton called on friends at Cedar Grove Sunday after noonMr and Mrs Ambrose Wilson were In Irvine Friday on business Sir and Mrs Bute Wilson were guests of Mr and Mrs J B Kelley Sun dayMr and Mrs Wade Park visit ed the latters parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Arvlne Sunday PERRY COUNTY HAZARD Hazard Sept 18 D Y Combs has typhoid fever The family of P F Wheeler am recovering from an at tack of scarlet fever Married Miss Amanda Combs daughter of Richard Combs of this place and C H My ers a traveling tinker located hero for a time The happy couple have our best wishes Tho election passed off quietly here but at Grapevine twenty miles below occurred a seri ous shooting John Holmes two Cald well boys and some others engaged In a drunken row and Squire Caldwell ono of the boys shot Holmes thru the heart Tho Caldwells came to town Friday and gave themselves up They will havo an examining trial Monday This Is the fruit of whiskey in elections Tho railroad surveyors are camped at Raccoon three miles above here and are lo cating their lines now They havo agents buying right of way and it looks as tho we would certainly have a road In a few years Land is sell ing at from 1COO to 5000 an acre and advancing Tho coming of the railroad seems to have turned tho eyes of Capital In our direction and much money Is being spent In our midst LAUREL COUNTY 1IONIIAM Tho weather tlneIThewife of Harvey Jones was preached at old Plnoy Grove last Sunday The services were conducted by Mr John Allen Tommy Reams and others Tho election between Mr Edwards and Mr Powers went off very quietly Thursday Mr Dan Reed recently lost a good mare by death LESLIE COUNTY WlUTUS Woolen Sept ltiTho Powers and Edwards contest Is now over Wooi en voted 12S for Caleb Powers and 29 for Don C Edwards The county gave Powers a niajorlty of 4C3 excepting one precinct which was supposed to give Powers a small majority j i omo little quarrels occurred on tho Icctlon grounds but no serious trouble and contests prevailed Wm Magnard and John L Turner had a quarrel over the election which caused some confusion The two patties being Intoxicated were arrcstod and required to fill an appearance bond and nothing more was heard rf themlt has been raining until the people have almost lost their fodder waiting for favorable weather Tlioro Is tho best mast hero that has boon known for yearsIn some parts of this community continual and loud reports are heard from the mountain tops and sides caused by the cut ting and falling of tie timber If i these tie cutters had heard Roose velts lecture on forestry before the Conservation Congress at St Paul suppose they would stop W 11I Feltner who claims this place 01 his home but who has been working In Clay County for several yean arrived hero yesterday to cast his vote In the Powers and Edwards coa test Ho will return In a few days AN ORDINANCEIThe City Berea Kentucky Do ordain as fol lowsSec No1 That the corporate lim- Its of this city be extended as fol lows beginning at a point on tho L N railroad where tho corporate line now crosses the said railroad north of tho Berea Depot thence a westerly course to It W Todds farm it thence a crottSCSIthecourse to the residence of Laura Spence on the Berea and Asbury road thence a straight line to tho L N railroad brIdge where It crosses brushy fork at J W Fowlers farm thence down said creek with tho meanders thereof to the corporate lino of Bcrca J L Gay Mayor E F Coyle Clerk NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from ant page A DARING FEATCaptaln Klaus Larssen of Cleveland 0 defied death In Nlagras whirlpool rapids last Sunday In a little motor boat the daring Captain made the voyage of four and onehalf miles and was picked up almost dead from the end loss tosalngs and buffetlngs ot tho most dangerous waters In the world 1 LORIMER BEFORE COMMITTEE United States Senator Lorimer of Illinois is now before the Senate Committee appointed at the closo of the last session of Congress to in vestigate the charges of bribery In saidIthorough and no effort spared in strongIA GOOD POSITION Can be had by ambitious youngJmen and women In tho field of less or Railway telegraphy Since tho 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies aro establishing stations throughout the country there Is a great shortage fit telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 170 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement Tho National Telegraph Institute operates MX official Institutes in America under supervision of R R and WIre less Officials and places all gradu ates Into positions It will pay to write them for full details at bin Cincinnati 0 or Philadelphia Pa If SHIELD I18RAND WB win cr taunt w nor COAT Men Of Character Men who really care about their appearance always select Shield Brand Clothing Style 6t and individuality arc all combined to produce that Air of distinction which marks the well dressedman Not loo extremenot too rightforShield Brand Suits and Overcoats stand for the best worunaninip the best fabrics producedfor f1000 the Lowtit 2000 thm Highttt We are always glad to youW R ENGLE 1Y Cray Hawk Kentucky umrii jHiuostM 1I411Irrt u nn IF you are going to buy a Wagon get a WEBER and you will be pleased If you have never used one ask you neigh bor about it We also carry a full line of Hardware Farming Implements and Gro ceries You will find our prices right ISAACS Qiib KIDD BEREA KENTUCKY w L r