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M IEftEA L E b7ftredof 1M cllIM VOL VII Fivo Conts n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 3 1000 Ono Dollar Year NO 40 V TAKE NOTICE That Berea College Commencement this year in on Juno 0 IDEAS- A man of great wrath shall suffer punishment for if thou deliver him yet thou must do it again Proverbs 1010 HOW TO WORK Do It cheerfully even if it Is not congenialMake a stepping stone to some thing higher Do it in the spirit of an artist not on artisan Endeavor to do it better than ItI has over been done before Make perfection your aim and be satisfied with nothing less Do Qot try to do it with part of yourself the weaker part Accept the disagreeable part of It aa cheerfully as the agreeable Choose if it is possible the voca tion for which nature has fitted you See how much you can put into it instead of how much you can take out of it- Remember that work well done Is the highest testimonial of character you can receive Train the eye the ear the hands the mindall the faculties in the faithful doing of itExchange IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The greatest material factor iu the rebuilding of San Francisco on the plans propoeed and made necessary My the citys liability to earthquakes Ia structural stool The tariff on steel is 110 per ton One building planned will require 10000 tons or steel in iU construction What is the use of our pity for the people of Sat Francisco if we permit the steel trust to rob them of these millions Is It not about time for us to sit up and take notice when structural steel Is sold cheaper in foreign markets by our pet trust than it can be bought by our own citizens even in such misfortune AS has fallen upon the Pacific coast r Kansas baa a new issue on its hands The democrats have hithor to boon accustomed to play into the I1Mforclause In the constitution This year they have nominated former Senator Harris for governor and have sup ported him with good ruouingtnates Harris has raised the slogan of Eu forccinent of the Laws and it now looks as though the republican patty In the state which has played fast and loose with prohibition for years bu its work cut out for it If things work out as they look now there will bo something doing in the sunflower state this fall Ouster proceedings have been begun against the Standard Oil Company and seventeen affiliated companies at Toledo 0 The court has boon asked to dissolve the franchises of all the companies and appoint trua tees for creditors and stockholders It Is of Interest in this connection to learn that Commissioner Oarfield It to said In his forthcoming report will say that there is abundant evidence that Standard Oil and several great railroads have conspired to break Upped States interstate commerce laws The Coal Miners Union has receded from the condition of makiuf mining closed business to any not members and also to the condition of having the operators collect union dues for thorn but the operators come back at the Union by refusing the other terms and giving the option of the old terms or arbitration What will be done now is uncertain FROM THE WIDE WORLD Twentyfive Russian authors re cently adopted without diM nUllg Tote resolutions Amer lean authors represented by Mark Twain have offended Russian authors in the person of Maxim Gorky and Russian womanhood In the of Mme Androiva by interfering with their private affairs We Russian 1authors are amazed at such disregard of the principles of privacy recog nized by every civilized country and hereby express our deep indigna lion Gorky closes an appeal for aid to Russia in these words Who will help my native land which wants to have liberty which cannot live without it and which as yet cannot enter the fight for liberty It ia a- very pertinent question considering state of morals that prompted the above resolution- A general strike of workmen in France is scheduled for May 1 Premier Sarrlen has warned the die orderly elements of Paris that the government will deal firmly with any disorder on that day or after The workmen are not unit tn the bur pose to strike though it is expected that many industries will bo para bed for a time I aaauoUUTHE CITIZENr a a a a a KKKkkkKKkKkkKKKkKKKKKKkkkk IoKkrrutKKKkKKKkkKlrrrrlerrrrrr The Greatest R Farmer In I the World IAT BERI3Asr 4jjiJ W Robertson who has made Canada rich will no farmer need be poor i Addresses also by Wm Jay SchiefTelin of New York j and Prof F W Atkinson Commissioner of Educationi- n X in the Philippine Islands S- fc rv 1 I Music by the College Band t ti To hear this speech is worth more to any farmer than a weeks work Admission Free The College Invites Yon i Robertson and his company come on a special train to visit Bcrea This is probably a more important day than Commencement Let evory farmer be thereitrSlUkkSsia rtrrk ta l ckkaIItIG 7rkkk lltr Akk3rU ak blkw lkka O OHIO NEWS HAMILTON April 20 Hamilton 0 has population of about 80000 and is situated 25 miles north of Cincinnati on tho Great Miami river the river dividing it into East and West Ham ilton which are connected by throe bridges Tho town is avert thriving one which in duo largely to the Dumber of manufacturing establishments it has such as machine shops foun dries paper mills and carriage factories There are about twenty churches The First Baptist Churc- is possibly attended more by th Kentucky people that live hero any other Dr Maldo a stron Christian man is pastor There are live banks the First and the Second National the Dime Savings tho Miami Valley and Citizens Dank The Traction ca owned by tho Cincinnati Traction Co run from Cincinnati via Hamilton Franklin Middlotowu Miamisburg and Dayton 0 The C H D and ran Handle trains run through Ham ilton and to various other points Tho American Can factory where a largo number of Kentucky people ate employed has been shut down for a few days for some reason Mr Granvil Johnson who was em ployod by Bender Bros as carpenter has been confined for over two months with a sprained ankle re ceived while building an addition to The Coating Mill but ho is now able to resume his work again P W Reynolds is at work again after having boon on the sick list for over three weeks W F Reynolds and Miss Jano Wilson who have boon making an extended visit In Kentucky have returnedand report an enjoyablo visit Meredith Gabbard wife and twin babies spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs E E Flonory at their home in Cincinnati Mr Flan cry is a street car conductor George Roberts is going down to Cincinnati tomorrow to meet the Borea people who are expected to arrive on the excursion from that place for students Walter Reynolds from Owsloy County arrived hero this week and expects to work hero for awhile His brother Will is also hero at work for Champion Paper Co George Simpson was called homo to Kentucky this week to see his father who has been badly injured by a runaway team Blackwool Minter and wife who have been residing at Cincinnati have gone to Holdleburg Ky where Blackwool will clerk for Herd Brc Miss Rebecca Herd of Booncvill Cincinnatiarecently Over 2000 hovel already beei given in Hamilton to go to the relic of sufferers in San Fronciso ILLINOIS NEWS TtmcorA nouofAS COUNTY IApril 20Uncle Sam Williams from Berea Ky died at his borne here today aged 80 lie had been ailing all winter duo partly to old fallegot a FairlandgSharp of Union City Ky and Brock Williams of Berea Ky For the post year Undo Sam has lived with ofrsMartin was a of the Christian church The remains will bo taken to Fairland nlTho Crawleyschool closed Tuesday with a program Tho pupils gave the teacher a surprise dinner a dozen ladies appearing with wellfilled baskets just at the hour of dismissal Tho evening was spent in games all Get SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have It Dont be surprised though f you are offered something Jlse Wines cordials extracts- to of cod Nver oil are plentl ul but dont Imagine you are letting cod liver oil when you ake them Every year for thirty ears weve been Increasing he sales of Scotts Emulsion Vhy Because It has always jeen better than any substitute- or It I Send for free sample SCOTT 4 BOWNE Chefnlas 09413 Pearl Street New York 50o anti 100 All drogjafeta leaving for their homes at about 4 oclockIIOUUlIOXDOtOLAS COUNTY April 30 Farmers hero are hustling around to get done planting cornOats are coming up uicely everythinglooks come Tho roads aro all scrapedand there is no mud here nowJ B Van Winkle who hue been ill with ImproviugMissNanuio John Sipp this summerThe Misses May Florence and Ethel Workman of Villogrove are visiting Miss Elsie Lewis of Bourbon tile weekOdr Sunday school is progressing nicely When Sunday comes you see all the young folks thereMrs Mina and Miss Elsie Lewis went to Tuscola Saturday B C Martin and fatally visited J D and Mrs Corn Martin over SundayThe Tiling and Ditch ing Works have begun operations EVERY PLAYER WAS 4 UP ON HIS TOES In a Great Game of Baseball Saturday Game Was Re plate With Brilliant Work IN A NINE INNING TIE GAME Two Teams Composed of Players of the Several Local Turns Crossed Bats and Played the Seat Game of the Season i Oh ye few lucky funs who had the f good luck to witness Saturdays great f game was it not a morsel of the f great American game that was served sucbfgame that the few fans who were out were loath to leave without seeing sayfbecauseff The game was discontinued in the latenessYNeither team scored until the untilI ing third base Every player seemed to be in fine energytfew errors were made by either team I and theso were made ou bigchances f The work of the two batteries was steady throughout the entire game few hits being made off either pitcher Another noticeable feature was the few bases stolen Both catchers seemed to have their eyes riveted on every base runner having it in his head to steal a base and as a result nearly all tho runs scored were well earnedThere was good feeling all through the game andit was entirely free from argument One player who had succeeded in reaching first base was caught off his guard and put out This was brought about by the first displacedplace The first baseman who was ou the alert picked up the bag with thoIas as a IIwas returned the ball to the first put the runner out The latter protested but to no avail The umpire Gene Thomson was as ada moviuglofunjust to the runner but he was caught napping BO his is the fault If the writer is not mistaken the nappinglaterin eluding the first baseman and he started toward second base that is ho thought he was going in the right direction but he was a misguided runnerProbably it was unfair for the short stop on the opposing team to purposely mislead him as he did getting him to run poll mellacross the pitchers box and in the direction of third base only later to put the runner out for not having touched second base But the player referred to above played his position well and if his base running was poor he playinggciotlTho writer regrets the lack of space and time because ho would partinplays they made but be content and gooddaysWith the score a tie 7 to 7 in the ninth inning tho game was called and tho players hied themselves to other duties with sunshine in their souls 1 ZlIlIl1llll1n A Family Newspaper Eight Pages oIlIlllIlIlIl1lllllllllllU Will w Come banb Once a week or once a month lay aside a certain portion of your income Deposit this in some good bankours if you like But dont neglect to r rR SAVE This money will come handy to you some day indeed it wi- llcut HXvectors J Burdette J J Moore J W Dlnsmore J W Herndon J E Johnson t E T Fish Pf Cornelius W H Porter Capital 25000 Interest on time Deposits fSet ea 3anhmnc Co AT WELCHSt Day in and day out you will find better prices and more dependable merchandise at our store than at any other place in Madison county We have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or discount consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Clothing Hard ware Groceries Field Seeds and the cheapest Drug Store on earth a Druggist in charge BO that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions Some of the Prices Obelisk Flour 00 r55ItDry Salt Meat 108and09Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 Clairett Soap 7 O5or8for1O Ivory Soap 05 or 0for 25 Sugar brown 04 Sugar granulated 05 Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows and it looks like everybody trades at WELCHS 0oftostokokokokoKokolRokoKoKokostn koKostosloKaytoKokokostoK o oo X x 0 I o Handy J oxo It 0 Not quite so handy for all parts of town o o 0 but we can deliver the goods to your house o 0 just plioneNo40 Wehandle more different o o 7- ao v1 I O lines of goods than any other store in town ItI 0 except Welchs I 0ax w 0- o 11 o i- r ioo a 1A P SETTLE Jrrxo 0- o 0 Phone 40 0- rfrl6oilo11ot1o1goiloMoMolloilollolMollbla o 13 l slloMetlollew1f+Mef mte- A r ii u Under the Red Robe y STANLEY J NETMAN tosvrtueRlaotrarsarsl LWIIfa CHAPTER VUL COSTINUCD It was clumsily said pdraafc for she shuddered and looked At me with a ghastly smile But she1 persuaded her sister to taste soothing and sM took somethlagfoa her own plate and raised her fork to her lips But In a moment she laid it down again I connot she murmured I cannot swallow Oh my God at this moment they may bo taking him- I thought that she was about to burst Into a passion of tears and I repented that I had Induced her to descend But her selfcontrol was not yet exhausted By an effort painful to ace she recovered her composure She took up her fork and atowlth aflerci undertook I want to swCloaf she whispered feverishly The man who waited on us had left the room He knowsr 1 said She nodded her beautiful fare strangely disfigured Her closed teeth showed between her lips Two red spots burned In her white cheeks and she breathed quickly I felt as I looked at her a sudden pain at my heart and a shuddering fear such as- a man awaking to find himself falllni over a precipice might feel How these women loved the man For n moment I could not speak When I found my voice It sounded dry and husky He Is a safe confidant I muttered lIe can neither speak nor write Mademoiselle Nobut and then her face became fixed They are coming she whls pered Hush She rose stiffly end tood supporting herself by the table Have they have they found him she muttered The woman by her side wept on unconscious what was 1m pendingI the captain stumble far down the passage and swear loudly and I touched mademoiselles hand They havo not I whispered All is well Mademoiselle Pray pray calm your self Sit down and meet them as If nothing were the matter And your sister Madam Madam I cried almost harshly compose yourself Remember that you have a part to play My appeal did something Madam tilled her sobs Mademoiselle drew a deep breath and sat down and though ahe was still pale and ttlll trembled the worst waspast And Just in time The door flew open with a crash The captain stumbled In to the room swearing afresh Sacra nom du Diablo he cried his face crimson with rage What fool placed these things beret My boots My His Jaw felL He slopped on the word Mrken silent by tho new aspect of the room by the sight of the Hittle party at the table by aHthe changes 1 had worked Saint Siege he mut tered What is this The lieutenants grizzled fAce peering over his shoulder completed the picture You are rather late M le Capl talne I said eaeerfull Madams hour Is eleven But come here are your seat waiting for you Mlllo lorincrren he muttered ad vancing Irto the room and glaring at us I am afraid the ragout Is cold I continued peering Into the dish and affecting to see nothing The soup however has been kept hot by the fire Hut I think you do not seo madam Ho opened his mouth tto +swear but for the moment thought better of it Whowho put my boots innhe pas sago he asked his voice thick with rage lie did not boW to the ladles 6V PfesenccOne said Indifferently In anything missing He glared at me Then his cloak spread outside caught his eye He strode through the door saw his hol sters lying on the grass and other things strewn about lie came back Whose monkey game Is thlsr he snarled and his face washer ugly Who is at the bottom of this SPeak Sir or 1- Tuttut the ladles I said You forget yourself Monsieur Forget myself he hissed and this time he did not cheek his oath Dont talk to me of the ladles Madam Bah Do you think fool that we are put into rebels houses to bow and smile and take dancing lessons In this cue a lesson In politeness were more to the point Monsieur I said sternly And I rose Was It by your Orders that this was done he retorted his brow black with passion Answer will you It was I I replied outright Then take that he cried dashing his bat violently In my face And come outside With pleasure Monsieur I answer ed bowing In one moment Permit me to find my Word I think It Is In the passage I went thither to get It When tee turned I found that the two men were waiting for me in the garden whlloltho ladles had risen from the table and were standing near it with blanched faces You had better take your slsi tar upstairs Mademoiselle I said gently pausing a moment beside dxetn Have na fear All will be well But vfeftt b IU she answered looking troubled It was no sudden I- am1 did not understand You quar relied so quickly- It Is very simple I answered small ing bile Capltalne Insulted you yes terday he will pay for It today That Is aU Or not quite all I continued dropping my voice and speaking in a different tone Ills removal may help you Mademoiselle Po you understand I think that there will be no more searching today She uttered an exclamation grasp Ing Tny arm and peering into my face You will kill him she muttered- I nodded Why not I said She caught her breath and stood with one hand clasped to her bosom gazing at me with parted lips the blood mounting to her cheeks Gradually the flush elted Into a fierce smile Yea yes why notr she repeated between her teeth Why not She had her hand OB my arm and I felt her fingers tighten until I could have winced Why not So you planned thisfor- us Monsieur I nodded But can you Safely I said then muttering to her to take her sister upstairs I turned towards the garden My foot was al ready on the threshold and I was com posing my face to meet my enemy when I heard a movement behind me The next moment her hand was on my arm Walt Walt a moment Come back she panted I turned The smile and flush had vanished her face was pale No she said abruptly I was IrngtI will not have It I will have no part in III You planned It last night M do Bathe It Is murder Mademoiselle I exclaimed won dering Murder Why It Is a duel It Is murder she answered per sistently You planned It last night You said so But I risk my own life I replied sharply Nevertheless will have no part In it she answered more faintly It will bring no good She was trembling with agitation Her eyes avoided mineOn my shoulders be It then I re plied stoutly It is too late Madem oiselle to go back They are waiting for me Only before I go let me beg of you to retire And I turned from her and went out wondering and thinking First that women were strange things Sec ondlymurder Merely because I had planned the duel and provoked the Quarrel Never had I heard anything eo preposterous Grant it and dub TOO LATE TO RETREAT every man who kept his honor with hts hands a Cainand a good many branded faces would be seen in some streets I laughed at the fancy as I strode down the garden walk Any yet perhaps I was going to do a foolish thing The lieutenant would still be here a hard bitter man of tiller stuff than his captain And the troopers What if when I had killed their leader they made the place too hot for me monsieurs commission not withstanding I should look silly Indeed fit on the eve Of success I were driven front the place by a parcel of Jackboots 1 Ukedthe thought so lIttlo that I hesitated Yet it seemed too late to retreat The captain and the lieuten ant were waiting In a little open space CO yards from the house where a narrower path crossed the broad walk down which I had first seen mademoiselle and her slater pacing The cap tain had remove l his doublet and stoodfln his shirt leaning against thj sundial his Head bare and his sinewy throat uncovered He had drawn bis rapier and stood pricking the groupd Impatiently I marked his strong and nervous frame and his sanguine air and 20 years earlier the sight might have damped me But no thought of the kind entered my head now and though I felt with each moment greater reluctance to engage doubt of the is sue had no place in my calculations I made ready slowly and would gladly to gain time have found some fault with the place But the sun was sufficiently high to give no advantage to either The ground was good the spot well chosen I could find no excusr to put off the man and I was about to salutf him and tall to work when n thought crossed my mind One moment I said Supposing I kill you M le Capltalne what be comes of your errand here Dont trouble yourself he an swered with a sneerhe bad misread my slowness and hesitation It will not happen Monsieur And In any case the thought need not harass you I have a lieutenant Yes but what of my mission I replied bluntly I have no lieutenant YOU should have thought of that before you Interfered with my boots- I be retorted with contempt I True I said overlooking his mao avoBut better late than hey 1 tan not sure BOW I think of it that raj duty to monaelgncur will let me tight You will awmllow the blows he cried spitting on the ground offensively DIablel And the lieutenant standing on one side with his hands behind him and his shoulders squared laughed grimly- I have not made up my mind 1 answered irresolutely Wen nom de DIeu make It up tife captain replied with an ugly sneer He took a staggering step this way and that playing his weapon I am afraid lieutenant there will be no sport today he continued in a loud aside Our cock has but a chicken heirfWell I said coolly I do not know what to do Certainly it is a fine day and a fair piece of ground And the sun stands well But I have not much to gain by killing you M le Capltalne and It might get mo Into an awkward Ox On the other hand It would not hurt me to let you go Indeed ho said contemptuously looking at me as I should look at a lacqueyNO I replied For if you were to say that you had struck Gil de Borault and left the ground with a whole skin no one would believe you Oil de Berault he exclaimed frowningYes I replied suavely At your service You did not know my name I thought your name was De Barthe he said Ills voice sounded queerly and he waited for an answer with parted lips and a shadow In his eyes which I had seen In mens eyes beforeNo I said That was my mothers name I took It for this occasion only His florid cheek lost a shade ot Its color and he bit his lips as ho glanced at the lieutenant trouble In his eyes I had seen these signs before and knew them and I might have cried Chicken boart In my turn but I had not made n way of escape for himbefore- I declared myself for nothing and I held to my purpose I think you will allow me I said grimly that it will not harm mo even If I put up with a blowM de Beraults courage Is known ho muttered And with reason I said That being so suppose we say this day three months M le Capltalno The post poncment to be for my convenience He caught the lieutenants eye anu looked down sullenly the conflict In his mind as plain as daylight Ho had only to Insist and I must fight and If by luck or skill he could master me his fame aa a duellist would run like n ripple over water through every garri son town In Franco and make him a name even in Paris On the other side were the Imminent peril of death tho gleam of cold steel already In fancy at his breast the loss of Ufo and sunshine and the possibility of a retreat with honor It without glory I read his face and knew before he spoke what he would do It appears to me that the burden la with you he said huskily but for my part I am satisfied Very well I said I take the burden Permit mo to apologize for haying caused you to strip unnecessarily Fortunately tho sun is shining Yes he said gloomily And he took his clothes from the sundial and began to put them on lie had expressed himself satisfied but I knew that ho was feeling very Illsatisfied with him self and I was not surprised when he presently said abruptly and almost rudely There Is onQ thing I think we must settle here What Is that I asked Our positions he blurted out Or we nhall cross one another again within the hour UmphI I am not quite sure that I understand I said That Is precisely what I dont dounderstand he retorted in a tone of surly triumph Before I canto on this duty I was told that there was a gentleman here bearing sealed orders from the cardinal to arrest M de Cochcforet and I was instructed to avoid collision with him so far as might be possible At first I took you for the gentleman But the plague take me if I understand the matter now Why not I said coldly Because well the matter is In a nutshell 1m answered Impetuously Are you here on behalf of Madam do Cocheforet to shield her husband Or are you hero to arrest him That Is what I dont understand M Jo BeraultIf mean am I the cardinals agentI am I answered sternly To arrest M de Cocheforet rTo arrest M de Cocheforet Well you surprise me ho said Only that but he spoke co dryir that I felt the blood rush to my face Take care Monsieur I said severely Do not presume too far on the Incon venience to which your death might put me Ho shrugged his shoulders No of fense he sold But you do not seem M de Derault to comprehend the difficulty It we do not settle things now we shall bo bickering 20 times a dayWell what do you want I asked impatientlySimply know how you are going to proceed So that our plans may net clashBut surely M le Capltalne that Is my affair I replied The clashing he answered bitter ly Then he waved aside my wrath Pardon bo said the point Is aim ply this How do you propose to find him It ho Is here That again is my affair I an swered Hv threw tip his hands In despair but in a moment his place was taken1 by an unexpected disputant Tbd lleit tettant who stood by all tbo tlmo atenlng and tugging at his grail h m Jrefronting mo roughly I do not tight duels I am from the ranks I proved I my courage at Montauban in 21 and my honor Is good enough to take can of itself So I say what I like and I ask you plainly what M lo Capltalni doubtless has in his mind but does not ask Are you running with the ban and hunting with the hounds In toil matter In other words have you thrown up monselgneurV commlssloa In all but name and become madams ally erIt is the only other alter native are you getting at the raaa through the women You villain I cried glaring at him In such a rago aid fury I could scarcely get the words ont This wai plain speaking with a Y1qeanCIII now dare yowl How dare you sale that I am false to the hand tbat pays meI thought he would blench but hv did not He stood up stir as a poker I do rot say I ask he replied faelsg two squarely and slapping hit flit Into his open hand to drive bomb Us words the better 1 ask you whether you are playing the traitor to the cardinal Or to these two women It Is a lmplo question I fairly choked You Impudent scoundrel t said Steady steady he replied Pitch sticks where It belongs But that ti enough I see which It Is M le Call taint his way a moment by your leaveAnd in a very cavalier way he took his officer by the arm and drew him into a sidewalk leaving me to stand In tho sun bursting with anger and spleen The gutter bred rcscall That such a man should Insult me and with Impunity In Paris I might have made him fight but here It was Imposslbfo I was still foaming with rage Wbu they returned To ale Continued GOOD LAUGH IN BATTLE Joke That Was fh Cause of UetMrl to Confedrrntc In the ClTlI War Considerable was said during tie brief scrimmage with Spain about how our American soldiers were given to smiling as they rushed upon the onto my Some authorities said that tVk soldiers only took on a deathly gels while others contended that they smiled from a lust of fighting There Is sold to be at least one In stance where troops were handicapped with laughter as they made a charge As the story goes the minority who were to do the restating occupied aa elevated position It is a truth as old as civilized warfare that the men opposed chart each other hurl defiance u a pleasantry or Josh with the freedom of those who have known each other for years There had been this sort of bloodless firing tor some time Yank and Johnny Rob being the style of ad dress Finally ono of the letter shouted God help you when we get up thereOh no wut came the beg drawn answer Just then came the ordcrlo chars and the Johnnies impaired thIfamous yell by their hilarity over the slowlyspun reply There may be room for dispute M to what did enable the Yanks to reo pet the charge but they did It In heIstyleJudge Durfee is raid to be the i who made the retort whfch was ra rood as a volley of grape and cast tee She Wai A Boston woman after selecting somo embroidery in one of tie big department stores discovered that she had not money enough with her to pay for Jt She had never t ened aa account In this particular shop aid It was therefore agreed that the clerk should put the goods aside until the next di7 whea the purchaser show I handIthe day following to get she could not remember which of the sales women had waited upon her After puzzling over the matter for a moment however she approached ono who looked vaguely familiar and asked Am I tho woman who bought soinc embroidery here yesterday Yesm replied tho girl stolidly and turned to get It Youths Companion The Final niovr It Is said that often when a woman says no she means Yjs but there are signs which discourage even Utmost hopeful and persistent wooer Off didnt so much mind Hetty saying shed as soon marry n Jimplng jack as me said Ethan lID ch forlornly to a sympathetic friend nor I didnt much care rfcn she said aht rather stay at home thin go out tc Jordans Park with such a slowcoach us I was but when she told me shed got to help her mother iron whea 1 asked her to go with me down te tie Center for some icecream soda I SAW twasnt much use hanging on aaj longer Youths Companloa Retlnced ArUtMiata A few years ago a greatgrandson as the famous Field Marshal Blucher sue cumbed to the effects of privation ID the paupers ward of a New York hot pital while a nephew of Prince Bis march was driven to seek refuge lathe Salvation Army Another German prince became a waKer In a restaurant In New York and falling ill subsisted for a time on the kindness of a col league who happened to have been born on the family estates and wet quite proud of the honor of supfwti Jut a scion of u gnat stew HORTICULTURE THE BARK LOUSE rest Which Attack Apple and Other- TrIMXeUtocIa of Treat meat The most compion scaleInsect of the apple without doubt Is the oyster ehell bark Iouse Although every where present and sometimes quite conspicuous It moot often attacks trees that for some reason are un healthy and therefore poorly fitted to support the extra drain put on them by the wale A Strong healthy tree ordinarily can bear the presence of a few of these Insects without much apparent Injury and they may bo present tor many years In small numbers without their presence being de tectedThe scales of these Insects are elon gated shaped something like oyster TKOriJLESOJIE BAKU 8fAUB shells with tho cast skins at the smaller ends They are brown In color Underneath a scale will be found a cluster of yellowish whltlsh eggs plainly to be seen through An ordinary magnifying glass The scaled are about onoolghth Inch In length or smaller and they usually cluster together as shown In Fig 1 Found most frequently on the lllat fond also of the sliver maple About the middle of May later or earlier according to latitude the eggs under tho settles hatch Into tiny lice which appear as mere specks to the unaided eye These lice for A few days move around on the bark sucking the sap and growing more robust each day Finally they get that homo feeling decide to settle down and begin to build a scaly roof of their own overhead Tho remedies for this poet are Flat give the tree a tonic and a good rubdown Fertilizers pruning and cultivation will help tho tree to better general health and a brisk scrubbing of trunk and main limbs with a very stiff brush or scraper will get rid of many of the scales An old broom with the brush out short makes an excellent scrubbing Implement Keep It wet with whaleoil soap solution Then sometimes In May Watch for the hatched out lice When they op pear get out the spray pump and thoroughly spray the entire tree with whaleoil soap solution made as tol lows Dissolve one pound of whale oil soap In a gallon of hot water and dilute with about six gallon of cold waterAnother scale Insect that may be barkIIOUSO louse of the pear and apple This scale Fig 2 is white In color and like the oystershell pest is most apt to work on poorly fertilized and poorly cultivated trees The scurfy scale Is readily recog aimed on account of its whitish cotton like appearance and Its oblong shape The eggs beneath the scales are in theyllatchthe oysterahel eggs The remedy Is as follows Same as for oystershell barklouse In opinion of the Farm Journal therectaI no better remedy for all scale Ins than tho limo and sulphur spray Those who used It on their trees last month are all right But now that treo growth is beginning it is safer nnd caster to fight oystershell and scurfy scales with whalooll solution HINTS FOR OROHARDISTS Keeping the orchard clean helps greatly to eliminate troubles from In sects and blights which nre helped by rubbish about an orchard Spraying has now been practiced for about 25 years and has become recog nized OH one of tho most powerful weapons in combating both Insects and blight germs J II Hale says that It is only n question of time when the blessed Snn Joso scale louse will kill off nil the high old trees and the man who wanu to bo an apple grower a few years hence must plant and cultivate lowheaded trees Dig out the borers In tho peach apple etc A sharp knife a piece of wire n humble attitude and two keen eyes are the but combination for this pest I Auto No Business on Some Roads Automobiles should be absolutely denied access to seine country rains declares the Rural New Yorker Wo have ono In our neighborhood ear row winding way alongside a river There Is no chance for an auto nnd a nervous horse to pass and the for mer should bo kept off The moat Important part is to harvest ynur crops and get the must money out of them without havIng onsumers tell you that they paid too much for them SPRING CANKER WORM Their Ravages on the leaves ot Trees Cause Severe Losses How ta Fight the Pest Through the ravages of the spring Clinker worm wo sustain severe tosses each year Those insects not only at tack fruit trees but a number of other valuable trees as well la our orch ards the apple peach plum cherry aad- quince suffer tho most severe ravages The leaves when first attacked become perforated with small holes and theso increase In alas as the leaves develop until finally the pulpy part of the leaves Is devoured leaving the skeleton of tho leaf comprising the midrib veins and stems giving to the trees an appearance of having been scorched by fire Dy noticing you will find that thy eggs of this Insect are of an oval shape yellowish with n pearly luster an I are usually deposited in irregular clue ters or masse on twigs or at the base of large branches These OP hatch between March and the middle of April The adult malo Is a brown ish gray moth with a spread of wings of little more than an inch the trout wings are of a pale ash color much lighter than the former The female Is unlike the mole being wingless Her body Is of a grayish color and she Is more robust thin the male Tho moths Issue early in the spring from the chrysalides In which state they pass the winter You can see tho male moth tlylnj about the lights In doors during tho warm evenings of t early spring which Is n sure Indica tion of the approach of tho pests The female moths being wingless must climb to the branches and twlga to deposit their eggs As soon as the larvae hatch from the eggs they begin to feed ravenously upon tho leavto of the trees I have watched these pests closely and I find that the larvae when first hatched are from ono eighth to onefourth Jt an Inch in length of a dark olivegreen color with black shining head changing slightly with the different moults When they are not feeding they can be seen suspended from the leaves by fine silken threads of various lengths Tho large larvae after their period of feeding Is over descend to the ground either by means of the silken threads or by looping their bodies and crawling down the trunks of the trees When they reach the ground they either pass Into the ground or Into the rubbish or under the leaves where they par Into the chrypallx state to emerge as adult APiLE wnmvonM a b worm csxs d cocoon moth the following spring TheM pests hue a number of enemies found la certain parasites which reed upon the eggs of the larvae Ulrds are helpful agents In destroy ing eggs and they are always welcome guests In my orchard In combating the canker worm two methods are employed both of which when used Intelligently afford ample and effectual protection Tbo first measured we must take are to prevent the ascent of the wingless moths This can be done la two ways First to entangle her feet 00 she Is held sec ond to prevent ascent past a certain point on the trunk ot the trees DO than she will die front exhaustion In the first Instanced a number of substances of a sticky nature are employed coin prising such mixtures as printers ink pine tar or a mixture of resin and castor oil at the rnto of three pound of resin white to two pounds of castor oil meItet together The above mixture must be applied either directly to the trees fat bands or upon bonds of sW paper These bands should bo put on durtas the first warm days ot ring and renewed as occasion tie niands The second method that can be followed as suggested by the Farmers Review ia to use collars of tin paper etc so fastened around the trunks oC the trees as to admit of no passage ways at the collar I hone had n great deal of experience Uti flghtjnsr the canker worm and tho moat effec tual remedy I can find in riddles mir orchard of this post is In using araeb1 cal poisons by the use et a sprayer Do Not Spray BWisnma Trees should not be sprayed whet In bloom The spray will kill many of the blossoms and also the bees that may be visltinc them The bees are tho agents that cross polleriata the blooms After tho petals have fallen Is time enema h to spray but It should be done then Immediately Clpths should neVfr bemused for cleaning a churn 3 other ddiry ap piiaaeesuse l ea good brisk pad aka t IV V kept abwiUWr clean 3J EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY CIUPTEH V CONTINUED Tho 12th a considorublo skirmish took plnco one and a half miles east of us between our cavalry and somo of Forrests rebels Tho 13th wo reunified the march end late that evening halted within two mlloa of Howling Green at a large spring Issuing from a cave In n short titno that stream ran dirty soap Buds as thousands availed thoiuflolvcH of the opportunity to bathe and waqh dirty shirts Ono days rations were itwued but wait barely sufficient for ont meal Tho corn crop WOK just milliciently soft to be easily grated into meal Ou men made graters of half andevery piece of old tin or shoot iron that could bo foundand these whileIBourids of tliran ninny shapes and sizes of gratttra throughout a division made a uoino that will long ho ro meuibered by Hurviviul Union sot diets of this war Wo remained hero three days Tho second day three days full rations of damaged wormy flour were issued and the ba con was worse than the flour The 15thtvo heard cannonading north of us which we soon after learned was at Mumfortinville Ky especlolly tient at what wo conceived to be useless delays while the enemy were outstripping us in the race for tho ovcrrunulllJthep iii till 10th tho welcome bugle throughtownLoons halted and spent the night in sight of Bowling Green fol lowing morning tho bugle sounded tho assembly At tho first dawn of day light without breakfast wo formed column and marched quick stop for five unites We an hour at a filthy laud where the men wore allowed to fill their canteens with what they called mulo soup as there were several dead carcasses lying putrifying in this wa ploClodtherotIemen By 3 oclock p m wo had put eighteen miles more behind us without anything to eat since the previous night and tho commissary wagons far bobtail Our 00were too tired to forago for something toed and it would havo boon a fruit less search as wo had now struck the recent track of tho furnishing rebel army About 2 next morn coinmissariesiin tho midst of n hard shower of rain to draw and cook one days rations Flour was issued and as pans and qultoIhnUcdcolumn while a great many of the mens cakes wero dough We made n quick march to Bells Tavern seven miles north where wo ex enemySti0cut and somo damage dono to tho railroad A few miles further and wo made a halt until sunset Wo then moved on up two miles to Cavo City Tho night was very dark but soon tho whole surrounding country was niggled by the blow of our fence rail fires Wo drew three days ra lions with orders to cook thorn and morningThe wayshitherto slapJocke some placed tho dough on tho clean est boards or flat pieces of rails and propped it up in Johnnycake style while a great many roped tho dough ground sticks which wero kept con stantly turning before the fire until poolud After all scarcely any of it could have been oaten in daylight by other than soldiers or Digger Indians OB tha numerous long worms one was forced to tat or pickout would not have suited an epicure TO e6 coNTn iisD- ttwtsasraas J u Pale Tim- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take ItAyere Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor Wekriow what he will say about this grand old family medicine Sold for over 60 years This li the ant question your doctor would Arrourbuwetarorlarr Jltknrwi lUt acUoa of the bowel It absolutely twenttal torecovsry Keep yorllnnetlreaad bowls r f01 r by lautlro 4044 of AyeY Mils fA I Ituof I 1 C18Ty180W c BUSINESS MOVING And aft Agreement Reached For Advancing 100000000 By a New York Syndicate DECIDE TO ACCEPT FOREIGN AIDS i I Speedy Rebuilding of San Francesco IlUilueas District IB Most Sub itaiitlully Asiurcd The Local Money Stringency Hat Been Res lid li Improving Dally San Francisco May 2Tho are r Uellultc proposition for furnishing money on a large scale to San Fran cisco tor the purpose of rebuilding tome of the burned sections was made public whoa It was announced that a syndicate of New York capitalists had agreed to advance 100000000 Tho news came In a telegram received by W F Herrln chief counsel of tho Southern Pacific from United State Senator Nowlands of Nevada who had a largo Interest In the burned Palace hotel Senator Newlands slated that he had submitted the plan to New York financiers and that they hall consented to the b4SlsjItcommittee would accept all offers of aid from foreign countries This decision was reached when a communication was received through Japanese official sources asking It the citizens would receive the contribution of 200 000 yen made by the emperor of Ja pan and declined by the United States government The finance committee held that San Francisco being cssen tlany a cosmopolitan city It was oblig ed to care for many destitute foreign ers and that It would be proper In these circumstances to accept all out side tendon of assistance The local money stringency was somewhat relieved by the banks re suming business in a small meusuro through the branch United States mint Well known depositors were given certified checks for small sums by tbo savings banks and business clients bf commercial banks were accommodated If they so desired with sums not exceeding 500 each The relief of the destitute was con tinned Tuesday under the now system devised by Dr Devlne of tho National Red Cross and the local authorities unvorthY1anda tow days be eliminated from tho lists of those entitled to assistance Building Commenced Is Astonishing Considering the condition of the city an astonishing amount of build lug has been commenced Tho new structures are all ono story frames but they will bo sufficient for a time to provide for the Immediate needs of their builders It to difficult to tell exactly how I many temporary buildings are being erected but tho carpenters union reports 2000 men at work Chairman Phclan stated that 19 hospitals were absolutely without sup port as a result of tho groat disaster and to support those Institutions tho committee would soon be called upon to expend about a thousand dollars a dayA telegram was received from Secretary of War Taft notifying that only 780000 remained out of tho 2 500000 appropriated by congress und that this sum would be expended for supplies etc Tho telegram was read at tho session of tho fiunnco commit tee and filed without discussion Santa Rosa Cal May 2The list of dead and missing has run up to a total of 7- MOCKLUMNE RIVER FALLS TRACY LAKE DRYINOMJP Stockton Cal May 2tt has been discovered that In the vicinity of Woodbrldge the Mocklumno river has fallen 12 feet tho bed of the river having dropped from the erects of tho recent earthquake As the water has overflowed frequently farmers along th6 stream are highly pleased with the change since It can carry far more water than heretofore and not endan ger their lands Another Incident of the earthquake is the drying up of Tracy lake In the northwestern part of Ban Jpaquln county Conference To Be Postponed Washington May 2 Correspond ence no far exchanged relative to the date for the second Hague conference Indicates that the meeting will bo postponed until next spring to suit NetherlandsIpowers Boxed Ears of Consul General Warsaw May 2Some collisions between residents and soldiers occur red hero and many of the former were wounded A soldier boxed the ears of Damn Ugref tip consul general of AustrlaHungary who was trying to pass the cordon Will Succeed Count Witte London May 2A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co from St Pe tersburg says It Is reported that 1fIQoremykln former minister of the In terior will succeed Count Witte as premier Appointment Well Received Vienna May 2The appointment of Prince Conrad of HohenloheSchll Ilngsfuerst as prime minister of Aus triaHungary la well received gener ally ell THE NEXT MEETING AT RICHMOND THE CONFEDERATE REUNION RE ELECTS OLD OFFICERS Will Pension Living Slaves Who Fol lowed Masters To War and Present Medals of Courage New Orleans April 27The formal business of the 16th annual reunion of the United Confederate VeteranI came to a close Wednesday afternoon The present officers of tho organiza lion were reelected by acclamation there being no nominations mad against any of them The chief new measures of Importance to be adopted were one which will recommend t the different states that pensions b paid to slaves How living who follow ed their masters to the war and one which declares In favor of the setting apart of one day In the year by camp of the organization for memorial services In behalf of the confederate dead Some years ago a resolution was passed at a reunion declaring In fa vor of a provision for tho presentation of medals to tho man who showed tho greatest courage In any battle In which the confederate troops wero en galled Tho resolution has been neg lected heretofore but It was resurrect ed and It was decided that It should be put Into effect at once Gen S D Lee the commanderln chief Gun Cabell tho commander o the TransMississippi department an Gen Walker commander of the deportment of Northern Virginia made brief speeches of thanks for the hon or bestowed upon them Richmond Va was selected as the place for holding the next reunion the choice being made by acclamation The only competitor of Richmond was Birmingham Ala WILSON ADVISES TEDDY That Crops Promise To Be Mos- Bountiful In Years Washington May 1 Secretary Wilson who hud a talk with the pres- Ident Monday about some routine mat tore In the department of agriculture said that reports from all parts of tho country indicated good crops The spring Is late this year said the sec retary not only In Washington throughout the country This Is fin corn weather however and every where the crops aro In excellent con dition In the dry parts of the west there Is plenty of moisture and all o the spring crops are doing finely Farming has been reduced to science and there Is not the now of an absolute failure of crops In any section that used to prevail Throughout the middle west and west I expect to ate bountiful crops this year That will be good for the p ce pie and good tor the government Ware all right WOMAN SHOOTS A BRUTE I Whom She Had Taken As Husband I Td Prevent Being Killed Cumberland Md April 30Georgo Fogle of Brooklyn Heights Md re turned to his home after he bad been drinking and entering the room where his wife and 12 year old daughter were In bed drew a revolver and announced that ho would shoot upon being Interfered with Fogle then threw his wlfo to tho floor and as saulted his daughter Mrs Fogle secured the revolver and killed her hus band PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES Several Orders Fraternize and Form- a Strong Federation Washington April 28At a meot ing of representatives of patriotic so cieties a federation of the societies was perfected Tho action was con curred In by representatives of tho Junior Order United American Me chanics the Daughters of America the Daughters of Liberty the Patriot la Sops of America tho Order of the United American Mechanics and the Knights of Malta- Testimonial To Jap Victory Toklo May 1The emperor review ed 65000 troops of all arms who had participated In the war with Russia Ono hundred and thirtynine stand ards which had belonged to Russia cavalry and Infantry regiments and a vast display of captured rifles swords and other war material boro tend mon to the magnitude of tho Japan ese victory Protege of Rockefeller Cleveland 0 May tHenry 0 Rouse 56 chairman of the board of directors of the Mlssour Pacific rail road and president of a number of western railroads died here of pneu monia He was a confidential friend of John D Rockefeller A Wireless Conference Berlin May 1Germany has Issued Invitations for an international wire less telegraph conference at Berlin Juno 28v Twentynine powers and governments will participate Lipton Sends Big Donation London April 25Slr Thomas Lip Vw who Is accompanying King Edward at tho Olympic games festival at Athens has cabled a message of sympathy to Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco with a donation of 5000 for the sufferers A Mlle In 53 Flat Atlantic City N J April 2GThe automobile races did not develop any great surprises Walter Christie broke the American record for a standing start making tho mlla In 53 at NOTHING IS DOING At Mt Carmel the Scene of the Serious Shooting Affray i SOLDIERS ARE STILL CAMPIN- Gi i I the Lakes the Longshoremen Have Compelled a Complete TieUp IThe Sheriff of Northumberland Coun ty Refused To Act Upon Governors Request Boats Untouched- I Philadelphia May 2The peace of Carmel which was the scene of a shooting affair has not been her disturbed While the situation 1Mt still somewhat Intense because of unfriendly feeling stirred up the nonEnglish speaking mine towards the state constabu dry yet It Is believed the trouble Is over The platoon of state police who I participated In the fight and who were afterwards reinforced by a company under Capt Page from Wllkcsbarre remained at the Sayre colliery of the dayInum ber of citizens some of whom are mine workers patrolled the principal streets along with the regular town policemen and warned peoplo to remain quiet and not to congregate In large numbers Stories are In circa lotion among the Idle mine workers that Some members of the constabu lary aro eager to ride into town and demonstrate that they were not In timidated by the former events Pentless of Northumberland county who was at Sunbury to go to ML Carmel and swear In the members of tho state police as deputy sheriffs and to otherwise make efforts to preserve the peace of that place This the sheriff refused to do on the grounds that such action was not now needs sary Longshoremene was no visible change In the marine situation caused by the strike of longshore tof a up car ltiastated will be loft untouched for the present at least The suspension of work by tho tugmen necessitated warping a number of boats up the Cuyahoga river At one of the prin wasenon union labor even for unloading the partially unloaded boats Is not now contemplated as It Is believed such a step would causo trouble Vcsselmen express the opinion that the controversy will be settled within a week of ten days Members of tho long shoremens union said there was noth ing new In the situation and no proba bility of a change of front on their partOnly two licensed tugs are In com mission at the harbor here and work at docks was practically suspended The going out of tho licensed tug men was upon the ground that It they continued to work they would have to carry nonunion mates and this they declined to do FORTY PERSONS HOMELESS Nebraska Storm More Serious Than Reported At the Time Oxford Neb May 2 Complete reports from the tornado Indicate a wid er range and greater toss than first reported The storm covered an area two miles wide and 15 long Fully 40 persons lost their farm buildings or dwellings In some cases both A number of families were left home less without as much as a change of clothing Valuable stock is killed and miles of fencing la destroyed That there was not considerable loss of life Is miraculous Elect Officers Boston May 2At annual Con gress of National Society of Sons of American Revolution officers wero elected President general Cornelius- A Pugsley Peek klll N Y secretary and registrar general A Howard Clark Washington D C chaplain general Rev Julius W Atwood Columbus 0- Dolan Announces Withdrawal Piltshurg May 2Pat Dolan for mer president of District 5 of the United Mine Workers nf America has issued a statement In which he announces his withdrawal from the con test for the office to which Frank Fee han Was elected by the miners after weeks of wrangling Milwaukee Molders Strike Milwaukee May 2A decision is reached by practically all the molders In the city to strike Nineteen shops and 1200 men are affected Tho molders get 3 and the floor molders 280 n day and they ask a uniform rate of 325- Englheera Strike at Duquoln Duquoln III May 2Several hundred engineers employed In the coal mines of this district walked out The situation thus created is regarded With considerable apprehension Socialists Demonstrate In Budapest I Budapest May 2Flve thousand socialists made a dcrnoaatraUou here ++Uptodate Buggies Downto= date Pricesaa Come and see my stock and I willsave you moneyon any job you from me I have a general line ofanything you need Buggies Weber Wagons Implements Har rows Plows Wheat Drills Corn Drills Mow ing Machines Hay Rakes Threshing ines Steam Engines Saw Mills Dry MachfGroceries Hardware Clothing yes Fertilizer I I have in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato crop also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you needfarms town lots im proved and unimproved property in Berea Come and see me or call me up Tj5Pa BICKNELL Phone No9 EEREA KTST +LOUISVILLE Be NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Janl 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berca338a m Arrive Richmond410A- rrive am Paris 528 a Arrive Cincinnati760a Going North Train 2 Dally pmArrivo pmArriveGoing South Train 3 Dally pmArrhoGoing South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1226 am Arrive Knoxvillo 730 a m deaBulletnumber car and conches between Cincinnati and Knoxville In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent Orr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr r0 I For Sale or lit r r A fir Rent Cheap f r v A nice little Cottage e t House of four rooms on st Depot Street Lot 83 k v by 269 feet Call on r 3ftS Q D HOLLIDAY I REAL ESTATE AGENT 3- ft MAIN ST 1IKIIKA KY S ilitARilo1 +171k1171iti1Slitkt4itkk A 0UIitANTEEn CUIIB run lILt J Itching Illlnd deeding Protruding Piles Drug efola are authorized to refund money if PAZO OtNTIIHNT fails to cure In 6 to 4 days yx Call at T J Moberleys and see the best lino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS Andanything that you need for a Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY RichtondKentucky TIIK Sro iieltS- ELFHEATING SAD IRON seuerllAgonts H Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office mSe Rs BAKER Dentist OrrICx1 Over PrlnUnr Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoforma FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 3 miles from Boron on the Richmond Pike KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 6F 50c a suit is alit will cost your MonumentsURNS STATUARYOF Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman liko manner at reasonable dispatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of train and Collins Streets Fish AgainIn CHDThe Michigan Line Best of Service to TOLEDODETROIT And to all the Famous SummerRer- ortsofMICHIGAN and CANADA Through Cars to CHARLEVOIXOn BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS FKKK POI Tilt ASKING WB CALLOWAY General Passenger Arcnt- ClNClNtATI O H c== The Citizen JU Independent family Nowspaie I rubllihed every Thunder at Berry Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos rATAHUC IX 1DVASCI One Year HOT Ix e0 three months an Send money by rentoffice Money Onlrr Ri ReclterodLetterThe date after your name ihowi to what date changedWithinnotify ua- Batwcriben wlthlng Tni CrrjtKf topped lIun notify ni at the expiration of tub Krlptlontujlnf all arrears othentlM we Well en Ider that with It continued f hotit7usatdnceotlnrchsneeinyouradlreitvfo Milling numbers due to wra pen coming o2 supUedAgents wonted la every locality Write lot larni Anyone sending ni four rub prlptlea will recelr Taz Cmtiw tree foi oat Unpunished ortenaers There are things which to sensitive souls Constitute a disturbance of the peace and yet for which there Is no ade quate punishment prescribed by law very truly observes a writer In the St Louis GlobeDemocrat A man In a short ont and silk hat Is an offense of this kind and a fat woman In a rainy day skirt and peekaboo waist is another There are legions of them They offend the artlsttc sense and mar the face of nature Now and then somo aesthetic person made desperate by these abuses takes the law into his own hands and Inflicts punishment usually at severe cost to himself For Instance If the man who stabbed Thomas Reed for playing a niltar in an undertaking establishment is caught he may be sent to the penitentiary Such Is the injus tice of our lavs What Is needed is a corps of armed censors of things in gen eral something between a police and a humane society force and vested with authority to arrest offenders against good taste A special court for the trial of such offenders could beprovided and the keepers of mechanical musical Instruments the streetcar whistlers platform chumps and persons who talk at the play at al could have justice meted out to them As long as such of fenders art left unpunished by law BO long will there be unexplained mur ders and assaults for they get on the nerve of people who have artistic ecnalbllltlea and these people become aroused to desperate deeds braving even martyrdom for the holy cause of good taste The world would welcome such a department of justice as we have suggested if some one would take the initiative to secure the proper legisla- tIon Here Is the opportunity for some ambitious reformer to endear himself to the masses and make Folk Hadley anti Jerome to pale their ineffectual fires In the bright light of his genius One of the largest retell tobacco dealers in the United States says that the consumption of chewing tobacco has In creased almost 50 per cent in five years lie attributes this increase to the automobile because it Is impossible to enjoy a cigar or pipe while whizzing along in a motor car There Is also danger of sparks or ashes from the lighted cigar or pipe setting into the eyes Drain Upon Portals The work of the forest service in Gathering statistics of forest products for the last year has furnished the basis for a provisional statement of the wood consumed in the manufac ture of paper pulp Returns from 159 firms controlling 232 pulp mills give over 3000000 cords as the total amount of wood used The wood used was divided among the various processes as follows Sulphite 1538000 cords soda 410000 cords ground wood 1068000 cords The total pulp production by all processes by the firms reporting was 1993000 tons According to the census of 1900 the consumption of pulpwood was then 1986310 cords so that there has been an Increase of more than 50 per cent in the last sic years This demonstrates In a striking manner the drain upon the forests caused by the pulp industry A Philadelphia mother sent a heart piercing appeal to the Atlantic City police entreating their aid In finding her missing son My boy has never been away from home before wrote the mother and I fear he has got ten into trouble Please find him and tend him homeSupposing the boy was a youth about out of knee breeches the police began their search Their surprise can be imagined when the missing boy turned out to be flue feet eight inches in height 175 pounds in weight and 24 years old The Increasing number of homicides and the ease with which murderers es capo the penalties for their crimes ic arousing Attention lathis country There is scarcely a large city which has not in confinement an array of murder ors who ttmngh misdirected and mor bid public eyjspathy or by invoking technicalities of Jhe law have escaped speedy conviction and punishment There is good reason for the belief however that lack Of proper police protection Is blamable for the in crease In crime RECORD OF THE DEMOCRAT What Revision of the Tariff Under That Partys Rule Brought About There is one sure way to get the tariff revised Even the Republican revisionists know well what It is It Is nothing more or less than voting the Democratic ticket Heres predict- Ing that If Massachusetts would elect a Democratic governor and a majority of Democratic congressmen for the next three or four years the tarli would bo revised In a hurry even b- Its friends The way to get some thing In this country is to vote for it rather than mope for It Tho ballo was made for exactly such a purpose There Is only one way to revise thi tariff vote tho Democratic ticket the wicked Democratic ticket It beat the world as a protest Sprlngfieli RepublicanSupposing all of which to be truel then of course history would repea tacit and history is always illumlnat tog and Instructive A majority of the people voted tho Democratic ticks in 1892 and they got a revision of the tariff by the congress they elected The first voters of 1906 were not oh enough In 18931897 to realize fully what Democratic thrift revision mean and would mean now Its a long story a cruel story but a story with which the new voters should famll iarlzo themselves before they cast their ballots next November Then there is the story of 1844 and the tar- Iffs of 1846 and 1857 The history ol that time Is much like the hstory ol 1892 and the tariff of 1S94 Un doubtedly the Republican is right when It says the way to get the tarJfl revised Is to vote the Democratic ticketthat is for a majority to vote it But the more voters study history the less Inclined will they be to vote that ticket The fact Is says the American Economist that only a few politicians doctrinaires and self- Ish people want the tariff revised The large majorltiy of our farmers our laborers our manufacturers our met chants and people In general are perfectly satisfied with the tariff as It is And incidentally might be said that Massachusetts even by going Democratic cannot make a tariff for tho other states She would do better to remain Republican and protectionist BENEFITS OF EDUCATION Theorists in Canada Receive Surpris ing Enlightenment on Protective Tariff The Canadian Tariff commission li giving hearings In Toronto and there have come out some points which sur prise the theorists Hero is one of the points taken from a nonpolitical re port of the proceedings of that thrill commissionHere be noted one remarkable fact about the inquiry In Toronto as well as in Montreal In almost every case the manufacturer comes with fig ures which show that both the raw material and the finished product ot his competitor in the United States sell at much lower prices than the prices current In Canada It Is the inference that It Is cheaper to live and buy in the United States than in Canada and that American manufacturers do not push prices to the limit of their tariff protection which averages nearly dou ble the Canadian protection as do manufacturers In the Dominion That knocks out from under the Democratic howlers another of their props for a false position says the Worcester Telegram That Is direct evidence from the outside that Amen can manufacturers do not take advan tage of the tariff protection to hold up the prices of their products as they have been accused of doing Testimony before the same commission showed that Canada demands more protection by tariff because the manufacturers of the United States charge higher prices for their goods offered In Canada than they sell for In the United States That again knocks out the claims of the Democrats that the surplus of the tariff protected Industries is urged on foreign peoples at prices below what is charged In this country Canada Is giving the people of this country a liberal educa tion in the benefits as well as the ne cessities of a protective tariff And Canada is so near Massachusetts Whitney says it is nearer than New York state Doings of Democrats theIout by DeLanccy Nlcoll in New York the other day when he denounced Hearst and eulogized Bryan has drawn out many interesting comments to show that the man from Nebraska still has a powerful hold on his party What an outcome it would ba If the conser vative Democrats In fear of being swallowed alive by the radical Hearst should rally around the once very ob jectionable Mr Bryan And If the conservatives took to Bryan what guarantee Is there that the radicals would not desert the Nebraska leader and flock to the standard of the mil lionaire socialist Troy Times CTThe statement of Senator Warner that no political party can live in the past is equivalent to saying that the Democratic party has becu dead a long tlmo Kansas City Journal OThe conservative Democrats hare set n preys bureau at work to head off Hearst from getting control of the party in this state and a lively tattle Is on To make It truly Inter sting the conservatives should re nil Datto Bryan front his trip around he world nod put him In command of he oratorical part of the shaw Troy Times OUR BOYSAND GIRLS A PET CROW Pound as a Fledgling He Grows to Adult Blrdhood and Learns Many Tricks This crow was one of five hatched iq the top of a hemlock tree about May 1 He was taken from tho nest when fully feathered about three weeks old by a 12yearold boy Ho was put into a screened box and fed every three hours during the day on fish worms and raw fresh meat When four weeks old he was put out on the grape arbor south of the house bo could fly a little Botaetinlea we would feed him cracked corn or soaked whole corn each time he would vomit It preferring meat There were two families of robins in the pear trees near to the cherry tree The first few days that ho was out the robins were excited and noisy as many as 25 at a time twittering flying here and there trying to drive Jerry awajf As soon as the baby robins were large enough all moved out never bothered us with the berries or cherries Jerry was a very busy bird One day he went Into the garden with us to weed beets When he found that the beets had pretty red roots he be ran to pull beets faster than any hen the boy had to take him to the ghed and shut him up until the beets were weededlie say Hello when about three months old would greet the JERRY OK IllS MASTERS HEAD neighbors when they came into the yard with Hello One day Jerry flew up on to a box where some kittens were sleeping it frightened the kittens and they hissed add spit at him that Burrpiaed him so he called out Hello lo lol Ho was very fond of picking out choice bits from the cats dinner plate The old cat would strike him in the face He would step back and wait until the old cat began to eat then walk around the dish catch the tip of the old cats taU and pinch it wickedly The cat of course would sump and spit then Jerry would cry out Ha ha hat as If laugh ing When called he would come to us alight on our hand if held out or on our head He liked to be praised if we asked him to king and begin to run the scale he would try to sing and swell out his throat a laughable sight his voice about B musical aa a Plymouth Rock hens Jerry delighted In teasing the dog if he found the dog asleep ho would creep up and pull his tall after try ing two or three times if this didnt wake him he would give the dogs tocnull a good pull that usually brought the old dog up with a snap Then Jerry would laugh When the men were shingling he was very much interested In chalk line nails etc if you tried to catch him he would just step out of your way while if you coaxed him or flattered him would bring them back He though it great fun to take a side comb from a ladys hair and fly to tho top of the barn yet if you coaxed him would bring It oown to you lie went to the village one and a half miles away with the children to school at eight a m com- Ing back at about 11 a m after awhile perhaps lie would bo gone over night When about a year old he forgot to come home The children say they saw him visiting with another crow In a treetop We have heard of him since about three miles from home playing With other children The boy thinks ho will try to get another this year they enjoyed his com pany Rural New Yorker Ten Minutes before the school hell rings IA LITTLE WORDHUNT How Mother Helped the flMldren to Pass the Time Until Tea Was Ready O dear what shall we dot said Dick at dusk Tea time was half an hour off and the children were sitting around the fire Lots have a wordhunt said mother Ive Just been reading about tho queer ways some common names start Where do you suppose the word army comes from T Give It right up said little Dillee promptly The rest laughed but they had to give it up too It comes from a French word meaning to be armed said mother And where do you suppose that brl gads comes from It comes from the Italian brlgata meaning a company or a horde and the word brigand has tho same source And the word mili tary itself comes from the old Roman for the miles meant the men who had to supply a thousand men each for the armyWhere does soldier come fromT asked Sam From solldus an ancient coin with were It warIrlorsword artillery goes away back to tho Latin arcus meaning bow and arcu balista which was a word coined in the Middle Ages as a namo for the crossbow The projectiles known us shrapnel are named after the British General Shrapnel Pistol has a queer history Long ago the village of Pis tojaln Italy was famous for making daggers When the pistol was invented It became known at first aa a flat gun and then the name of tho dag ger plstoja was given to it The bay onet got Its name from the French town of Bayonne Just then the tea bell rang Say mumsey said martial Dick who expects to be a soldier some day that wasnt such a bad gameDo ton Globe A MAGAZINE CABINET How a Grocers Box Can Be Transformed Into a Useful Article of Furniture Here la something useful for the boys to make a magazine and news hazard nn stands are often mislaid In cabinet I are ready at A grocery box is cut to a slope In as suggest ed by the dotted lines In 1 then partitions paper holderPapers and azines mako a a when piled tables and and this they hand front Fig wag nice and a little drawer are added In each of which a newspaper farm paper or magazine can be folded and placed the Initials of the papers being placedI at the top of the division II The drawer explains the Farm Journal will bold the letterpaper and envelopes used by the family Fee ten to the wall after staining A SCRAP BOOK GtCAtaOnews The Long Way Round PapaAnd do you mean to say you ant Bessie have been over to grandmas WhileYes sir PapaAnd how in the world did you got over the big hill Willie By going around It Blacksmiths Must Qualify In Saxony no man Is permitted to shoo horses unless he has passed a I Qualified public examination and is properly I 4THEKISINrj SUN Flvo minutes before the school boll rings great litterbap always that today Taking tho last good stretch to the music of the school bell SEEK AMERICAN TRADE Protection of nome Industries Not Mean Unfair Discrimina DoesI tion Against Foreign The recent adjustment of tariff matters between the United States anlr Germany by which all occasion for friction In tho Interchange of product has been disposed of Is eminently sat isfactory considered from either nr economic or a political point of view Everything that tends to make more harmonious tho relations between na tlons is to be welcomed and tho better understanding that is one of the results of the negotiations In question is not the least gratifying feature And thero Is another point It can not have escaped tho attention ol those observant of world movements that it Is much easier for tho United States to reach such understandings than was the case formerly From time to time there arise little differ ences but they are always readily disposed of when frankly considered Tho truth is says the Troy Times that tho nations of the earth have como to n deep appreciation of the value of American trade The Idon that the advantages are all on one sldo and that severe restrictions upon the admission to foreign countries of American products Is beneficial to the domestic Interests of those countries has been effectually disposed of by ex periences that have proved the oppo site This does not Involve discussion of the principle of protection to homo Industries for the United States hav ing adopted that policy has neither the doslrn nor the Justification for opposing It when tried elsewhere Protection adjusted to the varying re quirements of tho nations that adhere to the system unquestionably Is pro ductive of good and the fact that It is so generally practiced Is its vindica lion hut production of home productions does not mean unfair discrimination against those of foreign countries The continental nations of Europe with Canada on this side of tho ocean had faroff Australia all have protective tariffs of one kind or another yet that fact does not prevent American goods from having a large solo there any more than the Dlngley protective tariff prevents enormous imports from other countries Into the United States The truth is that there are many things In other parts of the world that wo want and which It U to our advantage to buy and the United States Is a market which few nations would care to lose while the articles obtained here are the most satisfactory to foreign purchasers That Is tho secret of tho worlds unwillingness to get up tariff wars or any other sort commercial disagreement A breezy writer on this subject puts It thus Americans are hardly aware of the position secured by their country during the years since the civil war The habits of mind which grew out of our subordinate position when we were divided by slavery and cramped by Its ally free trade still cling to us and wo hesitate to count up tho elements of our strength and Influence The America of yesterday Vas a farming country with a small simulation of material wealth as the outcome of centuries of saving and toll The America of today is the most populous the wealthiest and tho moat powerful among the civilized nations Wo are the first manufac turing country of the world and of our Immense exports 35 per cent is manufactures where ten years ago It was but 20 per cent There Is no country In the world which can afford to try Issues with us In a con flict of tariffs No country Js so Im portant to us as we are to it That may seem overenthusiastic and selfassertive but It does not ex aggerate Nor does It Imply any but the friendliest and fairest spirit toward contemporaries It recognizes the situation as it Is and shows that other countries need us In their busi seas and that our trade and good will are valuable OPINIONS OF THE EDITORS c7Betwcen Hearst and Bryan It is probable that tho New York Democrats will go visiting St Louis GlobeDem ocrat cyDeraocrats win In Moscow This ought to bo Interesting news to each of the 57 varieties hereabouts N Y Tribune fait is a little curious to find W J Bryan discoursing on conventions guidebook topics at a tIme when the United States government has so many questions of Importance before it Washington Star UAfter a lull of ten years tho Dem ocrats will make a fresh attack on protection They think they have al lowed the country time enough to I forget the souphouse era but will find that the people have given them the count Si Louis Globe Dernocrat c7Tbero haa been another revolt In the Democratic minority In the house of representatives against Leader John Sharp Williams The minority is small and weak enough without being subdivided and with such dissension must feel badly cut upTroy Times c7Tho Idea that Mr Bryan can become a conservative candidate begin i its career with n full supply of Popu list whlskersSt Louis GlobeDemo crat- ThTHlghfoFXrt So you play child parts asks the manager of the soubrcttlch lady Who has applied for a position Yes sir she answered and I dc them wonderfully well Lots of people do that Dut I Imitate the bright child BC naturally that everybody In tho audl ence wants to throw something a- lmeN 0 TUne ioral THE LITTLE CROSS STREET Sad Story It Had to Tell of the Work vof the Corner Saloon Upon the Community I hear youre to have a vacation the broad avenue remarked to the lib tie cross street It was late at night and the town was still Thats putting it charitably the little cross street replied As a matter of fact Im to br retired Im no good Im In the way Im what you might call a street beggar so the board of works Is going to above me ok the map The little cross strict had an empty lonely voice Once It said when we all were new I was as likely a street as any in towel There wasnt a street in all the town that had more ambition But I ran crosswise to the current of things I was built that way and 1 could no more change my nature than you can atop the tide of traffic that will flow through you in the morning You seo what I have como to To morrow the city will turn mo over to the factory yonder my nanio will be forgotten and thatll be ue ond of a wasted existence Dont say that the avenue an swered You have done a great deal a good in your time Im sure Every street cant be an avenue you Ancient Rome was all avenues look what became of her Woihtn andIhas mors avenues than streets But I might have been great the little street Many a famous thor oughfare Is no wider than I am Look at Broadway In New York Look at the Strand in London lu the begin ning were they any better than It Did they have any more right to attention than I bad My dear little street Arab laid tho avenue it isnt any special credit to those streets that they are great They happened to be needed thats all They happened to be useful to the life of the world If you knew what burdens they have to bear perhaps you wouldnt envy them Thin of tho thousand little services you bare hen allowed to do and then be glad Wasnt there a block of tenement houses down your way oncoT Yes said the little street but It was raxed long ago to make room forth factory I dont like to remember tho houses but Ill never forgot tho children that lived in them They used to play on my pavement It wet the only playground they had Children mused tho avenue Thats a joy Ive never known Their mothers think they might got hurt Were your children happy T Indeed they were aryl the fun they had Tipcat marbles skipping1 ropefrom one summer to tho nut there was something doing In that one block there were 60 happy boys and girls and that Isnt counting the babies that sat on the sidewalk I loved the babies best of all Sometime it was pretty cold for them be out In the thin clothing they to wear but I tried to keep sunny hadIwarm for their sake and they happyThey are gone now asked Wet avenue Gone every one of them We might still be happy together shut a man came along and built a saloon on one of my corners and that was the beginning of the end- I dreaded that saloon 1 used toJtrip men up when they started in l they went on in Men who had liked to sit on the doorstep evenings with their children laughing around them took to spending their time in tho Bar room Late at night they would stag ger out and go home Then I would hear sounds of blows and weeping and the police wagon would come Sometimes Instead of going home u t man would fall and sleep In a gutter with the curbstone for a pillow Anti the children they paid for it all My little folk went thinner clad Most of the boys wore away all day at work and I saw them only at night when they stood Under the saloon light smoking cigarettes Tho saloon drew them all men and boys And many aI little girl Ive seen go in through the swinging doors with a Un pall in her t bandAfter awhile a black wagon to stop In front of the houses beganJlong time after It was gone the dren would forget to play And every missedI fJ I j t n bar across the door That night n whole family of my little folk slept under tho stars and the next day they went away One by one tho others left or were taken away and by and by the houses had no windowpanes and tramps slept there Last of all to go was the PA loon man and I threw klm on his face as he went The little cross street sighed dustily Thats all It said Thats my tragedy or my comedy 1 havent ft thing in my history to be proud of louses I But you made the children happy said the avenue Tksts something Isnt IUL H Robbing In Newar News I i Ti EION SUPERSTITIONS SCHOOLGIRLS DO NOT ESCAPE FASCINATION Many Girl Still Obey Jillly Traditions That Destroy Ones Pence of Kind Presenting Edged Tools BpmI Ing Salt and Thirteen nt the Table seme Superstitions Cause More Fun Than Fear Illusions of the rater Pan Sort Are Good for Schoolgirls The Practical Fairies That Fight for One in Dully Life Are Order Promptness ObedIence Courage and Love UY ItAllOAUKT Eo BAN08TJ5H Superstition Is almost as old aa the human race and even schoolgirls do rot entirely escape its fascination No matter how nitons most of us may bo in our resistance to foolish fears and fancies we havo somewhere In the I buck of our mind little feelings about certain signs and vro begin very early In life to shape our conduct by them For instance very few of us care to make a present to a friend of An edged tool I know several otherwise I sensible people who tell me that some of tholr most prued friendships have beat cut In two because they caTO or received a knlf I myself would not object to receiving a knlfo as a gift whether It were Intended tor carving n- Tottit or dividing too leaves of a book rAil aorta of knives from those of ffhel tampered stcwl Intended for the table a to dainty little p arlbandlcd affair that snap be carried In the pocketbook appeal to me as particularly desirable possessions Yet I know very tow persons who do not like to add a bit of I sliver or copper to such an exchange that It mil seem to be a matter ol barter and sale rather than of gift d makingDont give Mabel n knife on her birthday I heard Prlsclllaa mother gravely pay to her daughter for as surely as you do you and Mabel will quarrel The wuno supetstltlon about spoil leg frltndihp clings to the spilling of salt on the tablecloth It Is held to be roost unlucky to do this and It Is supposed that It forebode friction be tween those who era sitting nearest the spilled salt 0V course this super stition and the otter date a long way back to those primitive times when men settled everything speedily ny knife thrust or IIKW so that knives Wore dreaded weapons Instead of use ful tools This superstition hark back to the period when a man Bulled ort bis glove In greeting a friend or neigh bor in token that he had nothing con sealed and so gave the naked hand The other about he salt has an orion tal origin In tJu tent of tho Arab though he might be A lobbor there was hospitality for tho wayfaring guest and if the latter shared bread and salt with hj host his life and property wore varied Bo you may easily read between the lines that salt Is an emblem of friendship and that its spilling signifies breach of friend ship 1 should be sorry to think that the girls of today who will be the women i of tomorrow were In the least under the bondage of tllly traditions la which there Is very little commonsense I Why should anyone dread to pans under n ladder except for the reason that tho ladder may fall Why should the howling obi dog give one uneasi ness or there be any moaning attached I to the dropping of spoons and forks Wuy do some poople hesitate to sit qYnIllthe tnblj when the company cumber J3T u the family should happen to consist of father and mother t J 11 children would there always be 4 one who had to Halt for the second table This latter supsntlllon is supposed tt recall the last upper of Je susSrlth His disciples when one of the group proved to be a traitor S e nearly everything wo do say or think strikes deep roots Into tho past If we can find and trace them out in my school doa girls put them wives to un Immense amount of troll ble whO walking on tho street that I they might avolI flopping on a crack In the pavement It was sure to cause trouble in that choolmom In the way of Imperfect recitations and badly drawn maps If one unfortunately I touched n crack with the too of her boot Older persona were sometimes surprised nt the erratic progress ofI children who worn bending their energies to this catvful sort of walking A ecliool friend of mine had a theory that nothing would prosper with Helen If she did out put her shoes nt slight in a particular spot and set precisely nlle by side It took 1thlm tang tlmo u get settled In bed had to jump out a number of in order to be sure that her theyiWhere used to be too a proverb re Indian Rivers These were generous In making presents but they I them afterwards and wanted them back a sorry thing In Itself and rAther mean Bargains once concluded should ittnnd fast as we all know Homo ol us hall delicious dears that we greatly enjoyed about passing a certnlrijilace in A forest not far from the school Hero therd wax a tumbledown cottage falling Info ruins the I haunt of bats rats and spiders Wo fcoiirrled past It with frantic haste know pot whatt lest something wo KJiuuld spring forth and seize us You remember James Whltcomli Illleys l ocm with the line The goblins will catch you It you dont watch out That was what wo dreaded and yet we Lad great fun 1W ruaalns races past the enchanted corner and eluding the witches and civet who were hidden behind those broken window panes Superstition of every kind Is a sort of poetry This is why unlettered races deal so much in beautiful folk lore An we become learned in mathematics and science we cease to be here In fairies nnd elves For my port llun glad that a great throng of schoolgirls havo gone to see the pretty drama of Peter Pnn There ere some illusions that never ought to be destroyed Whether you agree with me or not d must tell you that It does you no harm to bellevo in tire fairies Perhaps you may never have the good fortune that befell a dear lltllo Irish mold who used to work in my kitchen She told me in good faith that she had often seen tha good people as she called the fairies lancing In the moonlight on a green knoll behind her fathers house in the land across the seaWe so soon leave the morning mists and the poetry behind us that we refuse to lire tho beauty that is tucked away in myths end dreams Study folk lore and you will be studying poetry and a little poetry sweetens lifes prose and is like honey OB ofcea breadYour fairies when you descend to tho practical will be named Order System Proniptn 8 Application tiba dlence Hope Courage and Love These are forever the good fairies who flKht And conquer In the battles of life and drive away the baleful Influ ences that rSenacn our peace and use fulness as wfljiWidy work and play Copyright IKK by Joseph U Howies INEXPENSIVE ROCKSI In tho Summer One Can Get Up Wry Fetching Dresses At Small Out lay of Money One may buy such delectable sum mer fabrics at any price from ten cents to three dollars that it seems as It only a task of taste can prevent even tho most Impecunious of summer girls from being a radiant vision In the coming season We havo seen a lawn frock made of tencent material which would do credit to the most fastidious of Dresden china shepherdesses lawn of white ground with at wide Intervals a single pink rosebud and leaves The pink Is a soft lovely shade the leaves sire of delicate green and tho material washes perfectly as the buyer dlscov JUST A Plrw CUNTS A YARD ercd by washing a sample before buy log her frock At 12H cents there pro other pretty lawns In small flower design or dot or Interwoven circles or In tho very sheet of lower jitrlpes alternating with white stripes along which pip dots of color are thickly set Tweutyflvs cents opens up an embarrassment af choice dimities organdies lawns Swisses To bo sure one may find exquisite embroidered Swisses running up in price to two or three dollars but there are very effective dotted Swisses with printed flower design at 25 cents Of tho figured dimities we have spoken before but they grow daintier and more desirable each week with their tiny flower designs overruntng tho varied checks and stripes Or gandies too have followed suit and though beautiful large designs are shown there are newer things which tend to large bar effects of white ground and Final scattered smote blos some or sprays Embroidered Pique Coats Embroidered pique coats are much worn by little children and If you buy a good pique with a rather tine cord Jt will launder and wear very well One charming tittle coat that I saw recently had n wide shoulder capo with an embroidered scallop on tin edge and with several rows of largo round dots worked above it The turnover collar and cuffs were embroidered In the same manner The best way to make the dots is to work them In the over and overstitch from side to side and then using tho same stitch worst them from top to button This pads them thoroughly and makes them stand out most effectively Handwork Drawn work as a trimming for tow ale offers numerous possibilities to the woman who can do It well and so does embroidery work Doth Irish and German embroidery are popular All embroidery Is of the variety known at blind and the designs are not too dab orate PARABLE OF THE TARES Seafey School Lear May I IHi Specially Prepared for Thi Piper LESSON TEXTMnlt IIMSO MiMemory verse JO GOLDEN TEXTWhatsoever a man owtth that shall he also reap Gal 7- TJMEAutumr A D ZI the tame ni last talon PLACEOn shore of Lake of Galilee probably near Capernaum 8CIUPTUHE RKFKHENCEB New Testament picture of Devil Matt 41 1311 Luke 1211 John 1121 Cor 211 UI 14 Kpl 6111 Then 211 2 Tim 2211 Pet 18 t Ilev 210 124 8013 710 Compare the ncltl Is the world with Mai 111 Mat 111 1IJ18J 2S1I Mark 1 10 John 1011 111 Acts 11 Rev 613 Angela Luke Jt neb 114 Matt 1310 41 t431 1 Cor 61 1110 Col 213 Rev 81 t Matt 326 Day of Judgment Matt JS7 chaps 24 K 2 Cor J10 3 Tim 41 Pet 37 Hei 2012 11 Tho destruction of the tares by nre Isa SS4 1011 17 Mal 41 Mutt 311 71 1027V forth Botttr set before them as one spreads a meal before nls gueatluThe kingdom of heaven 1ft likened unto A perplexing hindrance to the growth of the kingdom may be discerned by considering a not uncommon occurrence by which the growth of wheat In a field was bin dereJ Good seed Pure seed of the grain he wished to raise unmixed with seed of any other kind V 2G While men slept During the night or while those In charge of the Held were forgetful Enemy sowed tarn A more diabolical device for wreaking vengeance upon an one my cnn scarcely be Imagined Tares Tho original has a particle indicating that this sowing Will over or on top of what had previously been sown V 20 Wrought forth fruit Began to head Not until that stage ot growth was reached did any different between the two kinds of shoots ap pearV 27 Didst thou not sow A form of question assuming that an at flrnmtlve answer Is expected Whence hath It threat A few stray tares would have caused no surprise and would have been carefully weeded out as they are In that land to this day but such an abundance of them was found In this field that even the serv ants questioned the advisability of thisV 29 Nay lest ye root up the wheat The roots of the two sorts of plants were by this time so Interwine that any attempt at separation would be sure to cause death to the wheat V 30 The harvest The time for cutting the ripened grain Gather first the tares This would bo a matter of no small difficulty Burn them This would be done In all oven V 38 Theo Into the house It seems probable that the multitude dispersed Rev Ver because Jesus having left the boat went at once with the twelve and other earnest disciples into the house His own or that of some disciple from which He and come when He set out for this wall to the soft Declare explain the parable This request was erl dence that the hearts of these like good ground were eager to receive and retain the truth Jesus had as sured them V 11 as He assures us that to those who earnestly desire and seek to understand spiritual truth It will be made plain Of the tares of the field They had seized the characteristic feature of the teaching I1S their words show V 37 38 He that sowfcth the Bon of Man Jesus uses of Hlmsel an accepted Messianic title The field the world We are apt to nar row our conception of the field The whole of this material globe on which we live with all Its races of men Is the field God loves to cultivate Good seed children of the Kingdom In the earlier parable the good seed represented the word of God Here It represents those who have received the Word Into their hearts Not all read Gods truth from the Bible but all Judge of It from the lives of Chris Hans Jesus Is called the Word of God John 1 and surely each Chris tlan should work out In his life the truth which his heart receives and thus pass on the Heavenly Fathers message to others Children of the wicked one Such as have so yield ed their hearts to evil Influences that they exhibit characteristics of wicked ness In their lives John 844 V 39 The enemy is the devil Jesus always recognized ton devil as a real person The end of the world Tho end of this present age The word hero translated world IB not the one thus rendered In V 38 That refers to the physical world this to the rom pletion of an era Reapers are the angels Gods messengers of another order than man V 40 41 Tares gathered and burned The burning of the tares pictured the final destruction of all evil All that offends Literally cause stumbling that Is whatever causes any to fall Into sin Each of UII Is either a etepptng etono helping others to rise God ward or stumbling block PrActluil Points V 24 We abuuld continually work watch and bray for the coming of the heavenly Kingdom upon cartli Matt 610 V 25 Whet men are spiritually drowsy Is Satans opportunity Mark 438 V 26 Evil may be hidden or died Used for A tlmo but must at last ippear In 1U true characterMatt7- 1G V 28 The devil Is tha source o- fevh1 John 38 John 844 V 38 Jesus longs to do good to the whole human race2Pet 3V NHY SHE NEVER MARRIED I lusan B Anthouy Did Not Want to Become Either Drudge- or Doll While she was a schoolmistress Miss Anthony received anumber of proposals of marriage and evidently atthat time she was impressed to some extent with the traditional necessity of marriage A dozen suitors made tentative overtures to her but none of them seemed able to draw from her the decisive yesI relates the Boston Herald One day she was riding home from a meeting with a welltodo young man of the neighborhood Without any spe cial warningso Miss Anthony main- tAined afterward he turned to her and saidIWill you have met v Miss Anthony like her sex generally pretended that she did not understand what he had said she murmured What for Then the bold suitor made himself more plain He blurted out Will you marry me Miss Anthony Then he began to tell her of his fine home and excellent prospects and she like all other women since the world be gnu listened gravely to his fervid avowal But at last she remembered the training qf her young life and told him she would consider the proposal very seriously This sort of a reply did not satisfy tha headstrong lover HApersisted The young woman remained firm She reit erated that she must give the question Tory serious consideration because It she married she might have to give up her chosen work and such a momentous matter ought not to bo settled In a mo mentThen she went to a nearby town and remained for u week speaking before many largo gatherings on the question of woman suffrage and thinking con stantly of the other question the ques tion of marriage During this interval the young man saw another girl pro posed and Immediately married her When she heard of this Miss Anthony was naturally somewhat chagrined Later In life she expressed these views on matrimony I never loved any one so much that I thought it would last In fact I never felt that I could give up my life of freedom to become a house keeper When I was young If a girl married poverty she became a drudge If sbo married rIches she became a doll Had I married at 21 1 might have been either a drudge or a doll And she always added naively Think orJhnt choice So she lived a spinster to the end and undiverted by the cares of children or of a husband attained the leadership of the forces active In behalf of womans legal rights Desperate Remedies The capitalist at luncheon espied his broker at the next table Our new corporation our silver mine hows It doing he asked The broker looked up from his ter rnpln and champagne with a frown Poorly poorly ho replied Shares not moving Not moving worth a cent The capitalist whistled thoughtfully It really looks he said as though wed have to begin mining if we want to make anything out of this Invest ment Point of View Edyth I understand your fiance la a man of no family Mayme Well thata better than marrying a widower with ten children Chicago Dally News 4HAd Plunuged Did you ever hear of such a thIng u a dry bath Well I should say I once took a plunge on the board of trade that cleaned mo up In great IhapeDe troll Free Press Honest Graft Church I see the man who wrote the song Tammany has made a lot of money out of It- OothamHonest graft 1 suppose roud call It Yonktrs Statesman MARKET REPORTS Clclnnatl April 2S CATTIEFalr to good J4 23 O 5 00 if4tAIJo8ExtruMixed packers t 65 BUERKxtra 1145if 4 7- IAMURCllpped extra 68- FLOURSprtne patent 4 60 fi 4 83 WHEATNo 2 red tt 00S COHNNo 2 taxed 511 0 62 OATS No S mixed 35 RYKMo 3 chute t1 C- OI1AHLBY No S spring CO 0 G- SHAYChoIco timothy 14 CO 614 75 mew 1660 tf18 7- 5LARfrPrlme steam 833 q f 40 UUTTKHChoice dairy W 14 Choice creamery 0 7- 3APPLKSCholce per bill 6 00 7 0- 0POTATOESPer bush 75 O M- TOHACCO New 4 JSl 611 75 Old 450 UU 75 CIIICKGO FLOURWlnter 3 40 Q 390 liANo S- ICOHNNO HW 2 mixcii w 471 OATSNo 2 mixed O 3T- VHYKNo 2 choice O G- OPOHK frmt prime IS CO lU 65 VHDPrlme steam 8 so NEW YORK FLOUH Wlnter patent 3 90 O 4 2- SWI1KAT No 2 red 81 CORN No 2 mixed t0 6114 OATS No 2 mixed 37 U 37V- 11YB Wfiteru mixed U n- POHK MRM prime 17 IS w7 6- 0LAHDPrlme team KM U 8 85 BALTIMORE WHBATNO 3 red 0 6- 7COHNNo u mixed Lt iii CATTLKSteer 4 71 U 5 15 IioasQood to choice 700 0725 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red U U- COIIMNo 3 while u OATSNo 3 mixed 34 V ilia PORKMKM prime y13 50 LAHDPrlme team 01 Z INDIANAPOLIS PATTLE Prlwo steers 6 2S O 6 7o HOQSGood to choice S 40 u G f- ISnElJe4t KTttde iff SOU Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and SOO Students frem 28 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course j ltb grieulture tar young Mea and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading U Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Pjano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves towarda Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee tp meet expenses of the school apart from iastructioB and mustalso pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may to brought within 2l50 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opened September 18 term opened January 8and Springterm will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciple Goagregt tioaalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of deaosalnstlona Per information and friendly advice ad rese the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky S eeeeoeeee SSSS RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Xy i IOUTFLOWERS i DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS iJ G O+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+o+o+OO bo4o 9 O+OO THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON L here and every housewife want oae OIore plebes of new e FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stools b It will surprise you how well ud how reaaoaablj we MB supply your want IF ITS PROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearlag Sewiagr Maahlue 25 J30 and t35 worth SOO 6o sad 166 ORUTOHER EVANS Joplin Old Btn4 Richmond Kj Du1oa TajNight Ples4S- o+O+O+O+O +O+O+O+Q+O+O +o+o+oOO+Q o+o+ +o+d+oo+ Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surriei Traps Durable Graceful Useful ComfortableStylish bodylnrlhc rrlsres Invariably give No lter to bu than HERE No otter time to buy tMa- NOW Pries down to Rockbottom Qualities tip to TopBoUk We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c F H1GGINS Prep TtJctnioal Ky Madison County Roller Mils MCIN elEe Manufactured Fapcy Reller Piter Cora Meal Ship Stuffs CnMfte4GKGtc Our GOLD DUST Reller Floor wit bt hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON la anetfeer EiccOMt Prr IldbNg Potts Duerson WWIs StNos 1C- yr 4 n 1 11J500 400 300 250 and 225 BAlso Men 300 250 and 200 for H Boys 200 and 175 for Youths HI The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear U known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than n other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection Invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY fllllllllll1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 t tt GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1111 11 1 11111111111 1 I 11 Mr Mark Spink editor of The News has been quite ill for a few playa There is a good prospect of a fine business block going up on Main street soon A bright baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs It H Chrisman Tues day May 1 The Americans are winning laur els at the International Olympic Games now being held at Athens The free seed graft is comingup in Congress this week and is provok ing a good deal of feeling 1Vh tch side are you on r The Chapel is all completed except for the varnishing of the last wood workand the Library is receiving the finishing coat of plaster Mr 0 P Jackson of Mote who has been speaking on intemperance in Garrard county for the past few days is now back in school The dental parlors of Dr Wm G Best over the post office have been remodeled during the past week The plumbing in his laboratory has also been refitted A letter from Rev George Ames formerly of Berea shows his contin ued interest in local affairs and gives some account of the feeling aroused in the better circles of Springfield Mo by the recent tragedy there It has been well said that the generous response that is being made to the call for help in California is inspiring in the proof it affords that we are a less sordid people than might sometimes appear So much interest has been awakened by the little essay printed un der the Ideas headon April 10 that we have had a number of copies printed in three colors and these we willshortly send out to all our paid upsubscribers Work was begun Tuesday morning on the foundation of the addition to the wood working building This Is the building the first story of which will bo occupied by the printing plant and the Citizen office The work on the superstructure will be hastened after Commencement Rev A E Thomson spent a few days last week in Louisville attend ing the annual meeting of the Tennessee Association of Congrega tional Churches This is an organization of the colored Congregational churches of Tennessee and Kentucky Mr Thomson reports an inspiring meetingAttention is being called at the Parishchurch to the atrocities of the Belgian government in the Congo- Freo State It is said that 10000000- people have been slaughtered there in the last 20 years Petitions are being cent on to Congress asking that something may be done by the United States toward putting a stop to this barbarity President Roosevelt has decided that considering our peculiar position no executive action can be taken In the platter rI 1111 11111111111 1 111111 I I I Mr Grosvenor went to Cincinnati on the excursion and stayed over Sunday His wife will remain in Cincinnati for a visit The showers that are falling these days are an inestimable boon to the farmers Many had begun to fear that the drought would blight the springing grain Reuben Kirby last week brought in a freak ear of corn which is now hanging in the office window of the Citizen This is a fair sized ear of corn with four smaller ears clustering around the base all well filled 1 The Mission Study Class of the College will have charge of the sere ices at the Congregational Church next Sunday May 0 Interesting papers will be presented on the sub I jects of China Africa Lives of the Missionaries and other topics of in terest All are invited Quite a full delegation from Berea purposes to attend the Educational Conference at Lexington That is well This is a meeting of national importance ranking with the Nation al Teachers Association that was scheduled to meet this summer in San Francisco and all who can at tend should do so Mr Bierly the new Farm Super intendent is planning to enlarge the College dairy and open a regular creamery that will furnish butter to the community This will be ap pteciated by all who have not been oc fortunate as to secure a regular sup ply from some of the few butter experts of the country around We wish to call attention again to our unparalleled otTer to all oldsub scribers who set their subscription on to at least six months ahead of thu present date within the next few weeks We have made arrange ments by which for a short time wi can give absolutely without cost to such subscribers a copy of Tin Southern Home a home and farm magazine that would cost a dollar by itself This will also bo given to new subscribers who send u dollar directly to the office and ask for the magazine llobcrt CJIIlBii The death of Robert Gillen brought a shock to a wide circle of friends and his parents and relatives should be assured that the sympathy felt for them in this bereavement is unusual ly widespread and genuine Tho Gillen family formerly lived at Slate Lick and Robert was a young man of more than average good character and promise He was an affectionate and dutiful sou popular among his mates and while not a church member it was well known that he led a life of prayer Ho wni twentytwo years and three months old on the day when he between two intoxicated men wh were fighting and received the wounds which caused his death The whole community mourns over this sadevent The lessons which were impreseec uu at the funeral regarding the danger of drink and criminality of thoso who put the bottle to their neighbors is a lesson which suggests itself to every one who learns of this sad death H+I I II I 11 + College Items HERE AND THERE i 111111111111111111111111111 Miss Cameron entertained her table Monday evening by n picnic on the banks of Brushy Fork Professor nnd Mrs Lewis spent Sunday with Mrs Lewiss parents in MiddleburgArthur and Roy Estes were called home this week on account or sickness in their family The College Quartette composed of Messrs Dick Horton Rigby and Gamble will go to Lexington Thurs day to sing at the Southern Educational Conference Mr L C Moles formerly a stu dent at Berea from Johnson county came to meet the excursionists at Cincinnati the other day Mr Earl Cornelius May has come to stay with Instructor and Mrs Maywho have given him the wel come appropriate to his importance CongratulationsA born to Mr and Mrs Shockley last Sunday night The nurses at the hospital are talking of a match between the two babiesA of our young men are planning to enter the American Sun day Schoolwork in tho mountains for the summer Preparations are being made for the organization ol many Sunday Schools Taufic Aboosh left recently for Cincinnatiwhere he has secured a place in a shoe factory While the students were in Cincinnati Friday he came to the train as we were leaving the city He is doing well and is planning to be 5n school in the fall He is making his home with John CreagerMr Hoffman whose father is well remembered as caretaker of the stock at the College barns for many years is now a student in Knoxville College Tenn and particularly ac tive and successful in Sunday School and other religious work Mrs E H Yocum formerlya teacher in Berea College and now re siding in California escaped personal injury from the earthquake but the High School in which she has been teaching was so injured that she will be out of work for the remainder of the year The excursion to Cincinnati last Fridaywas a decided success Two hundred and twentyfive tickets were sold The company was met at the station in Cincinnati by Mr David Gamble Mr L G Hopkins Hon Guy Ward Mallon Rev D M Pratt with a number of young ladies Every one is hearty in saying that it was the best excursion yet run and thanks are due to the friends in Cincinnatiwho planned the day so well for them VUltun to llvmi rrlclnj Among the distinguishedvisitors to Berea on Friday will bo Prof Jas W Robertson of Canada who is com monly regarded as the greatest farmer in the world his good advice has brought immense prosperity to the farmers of Canada and Sir William MacDonald is expending nearly a million dollars to establish a new agriculturalschool planned from top to bottom by Prof Robertson Mr Wm J Schieffelm is one of the leaders in great and good things in New York City He is a descent dent of John Jay signer of the Declaration of Independence and while immensely wealthy is engaged in active business as a manufacturing chemist He is himself a graduate of a German university anda great scientist He is a trustee of the Hampton Normal and Industrial Institute for colored peoplewhich is perhaps the foremost industrial school in the world Mr and Mrs V Everit Macy of New York are also leaders in good Macyisof the Teachers College of Columbia UniversityProf W Atkinson who is accompanied by Mrs Atkinson is an recentlybeencation in the Phillipine Islands The party arrives by special train Friday afternoon an hour visiting the Industrial Building take a drive to the summit of Bear Knob and are entertained the Presidents house The night meeting is in the andowest aisle seats reserved fov citizens TO CtlllK A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATlVB BKOMO Quinine Tablets gwOkOVxs STUDENTS EXCURSION To Cincinnati Was Enjoyed hy allWas an Ideal Day About half past four Friday morn lug the students began to gather at the depot nnd by five oclock over two hundred boys and girls were ready to start Shortly after five the special train chartered by the college startex with a merry crowd oil board The train arrived in Cincinnati about nine anti the exciiraioimts welked up Fifth street where street curs wen awaiting the party was joined byCincinnati friends and former Boron students andall made a tour of the city After a trip thru the business sections and thru some of the residence portions the cars stopped at the Long Museum After leaving tho museum tits party proceeded to the Zoological Garden where a treat of oranges hud been provided for the visitors by the friends of the College Here a good long time was given to seeing the wonders of Zoo and afterward all went to the cars again and were taken to the Y M 0 A anti Y W C A buildings then the girls and boys were taken to the tops of the Firs NationallluukaUl1 the Union Trust buildings respectively where a line ComingdownAssociation buildings and some of the bays tried the swimming pool After a short rest at Fountain Square a visit was made to the Manhattan Hotel where un abundant dinner was served Then it was time to- go back to the depot and take the cars for home where tho party ar rived about twelve o clock tired but happy Tho excursion was a great enjoyedby Tile KnrninpiurnU The Q A R State Encampment to be help at Berea Juno 1113 Is reallya convention Those who ox pected to see tents spread will bo mistaken And still it will be an oc casion of great interest The Woman Relief Corps the Ladles of the O A It and the Sons of Veterans hold their conventions at tho samo time and place The G A R meet in the main chapelund the W R C in the upper chapel and the other organizations will assemble in other convenient rooms It in estimated that the delegates composing these several conventions will number some four or five hundred Of course many other comrades from the sur rounding country will be in town at some time during the Encampment It will be a time for the display of patriotismThe boarding halls anti dormitories will be turned into a vast hotel fat the occasion with the rates low On the basis of two persons in a room the bill will bo made seventy five cents a day A limited can secure more elaborate numberI ment at one dollar fifty cents The committees of the different organizations will wish to know before hand as fully as may be who plan to attend Doubtless there will be many to be entertained at our hotels and at private houses Tho G A R has arranged to have a grand campfire in the College Chapel Monday night Juno 11th to which all are invited This will bean occasion of universal interest and it is expected that the capacity of the room will be tested to the utmost On Tuesday night the 12th they are to have an entertainment of tho attractive nature consisting of magic ventriloquism mind reading etc for which a moderate fee will bo charged On occasions like this it is custom ary to display the red white and blue in profusion The citizens will not wish to be found deficient in this respect Public buildings business places and private residences dught to be made gay with flags bunting and banners Professor Dodge line secured very favorable terms for securing those things at wholesale Tho benefit of theso prices can bo had by all our people if they will make arrangements in season Now for a boom whichwill cause the name of Boron to be spoken with admiration all over Kentucky See tho College Farm advertise ment of first class fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock prices Parties desiring to rout sowing machines for a mouth or more can got some at R H Chrismans Furniture store Sea the College Farm advertise moat of firstclass fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock prices Buckeye Fertilizers If you wish to raise big crops if you have a tomato contract buy Buckeye Fertilizers at the Farm Bum Berea College Prices right THE SHERWINWILIIAMS PAINT COVERS MOSTIAlways covers more than ex r pectedyoull generally have paint left over THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT WEARS LONGEST We can show you houses still ia good condition painted many years ago THE SHERWIHWlLllAltS PAINT LOOKS RESTThe colors are clearer and cleaner than any others and have a more luting gloss THE SHEKWIHWILLIAMS PAINT MOST ECONOMICAL It takes IeH SWP to do a given job and you dont have to paint as often THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT FULL MEASURE Most paints are sold short measure With SW P you get a full galloa for every galloa you buy BOLD BV The Porter Drug Co i woaro oven +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o +o+o +o +o +o +o +n t At the UptoDate Grocery YOU CAN BUY ttho very best and freshest goals I WIt them fresh two or times a week uo stuff that has bran on hand Standard Sugar Corn 00 Fireproof Oil 12 Good Flour 00 Very Best Flour Uli JBtWt licatlstiltdr-own Sugar 04 + I sell a complete lino of tinware nil kinds of staple and fancy groceries hardware hay all kinds wed potatoes and- o mill feed Prompt delivery to all parts of oily i W D LOGSDON PropQ Furniture is a NecessityY- ou QI m must have it to make your home or room look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better i time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din i6ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed Desks Carpets Window ittShades Pictures etc LOUIS O LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave 1hPhone 93 I ISpring is here i i andeverybody wants new and uptodate goods and we have them Consisting of suits for men and- o f boys Shoes at all prices for men women and o i children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and i boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens o a Sand womens furnishing goods Call and see our o spring goods before buying a Our golden rule Treat customers if you expect their future patronageia r I a o I I The New Cash Store o o RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o o o u1 NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected and Glrei to Our Readers in a Con densed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Siimmary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Past Few Days The Movements of Government Officials Echoes of the Earthquake- At 3jJG oclock the 25th nat at Hart Francisco a shock of earthquake was felt It lasted nearly a minute A number of walls of burned build lnjr which were standing In a weak condition were thrown down Mri Annie WhltUker 25 wee at work In the kitchen of her homo in Shotwo fit root in tho Mission district when tjio shock came The chimney which had been left In n tottering condition by the first quako crashed through the roof upon tho young woman and fractured her skull Chlcagofl California relief fund total 1773391 Tho million dollar mark will be reached- A well known engineer states that the area devastated in the dro in San Francisco approximates 10000 acres or about IS square miles Within thl K square miles wero nearly 100 hanks thousands of mercantile and manufacturing establishments and imro than 230000 Inhabitants besides 10000 transients The aggregate uum oxccodfTho finance committee at San Frank IHCO reports relief received IU fol iws Tho receipts from out ot town wHircco 13112701 local aubscrlp tkins J1SSO faking a total ot 2113 w I This brings tho grand total to IMNU87inuiiol II Burnham an architect ap IM idled two years ago by the assocla tic n for the Improvement and adornment of San Francisco to prepare pi ns for a new city beautiful arrive from Bttropc where he has been nulyltig continental architectures if the people of San Francisco can only pull themselves together he wild I am confidant that they Will hue In a very shnrt time the lineal rlty In the world l oeal manufacturers of Qulnoy 11- 1snt a carload ot 875 stoves to Sat Francisco with pipe and attaohmonU The Chinese ot HongKong rwulttm a first Instalment at 16000 in geld for tho roust of the Frisco sufferers lading CArOl end rwtaurants In MarHoWos are closed IB consequence of a strike by welters There hat Ivcv violent demonstrations The tarn of 1200000 has been do sated to tho San Francisco sufferers br the emperor of Japan Buslnesi- in n of Tokyo and Osakl have con trltMtod a like sum Miscellaneous Chairman Fowler of the house com mittee on banking and currency mode a report on tho bill providing for the deposit of government money In na tlonal banks without security and on which the banks are to pay two per cent Interest Tho retort contend that the present system ot locking up government money Hi subtreasuries la harmful to commerce and a losing iUn to the government from tho Mtundpolnt of economy In 27 years U eye If tho proposed plan had been- in Operation the government would itAvn received from tho banks 150000 Oo Jn interest and would not have Igt A dollar through failures Tho Tlrltlsh steamer Havana was nk In Halifax harbor by the steamer rathcpna Tho captain and seven jn n un the Havana wore saved The Vienna Reinsurance Co hoed Mtxl not to pay a dlvlnd owing Its losaea by tho San Francisco dies Lcr rho AustroHungarlan inlnlsttr of nance has authorized the quotation till new Mission titan on the bourse committee of soclalUt politicians rleviewingonnlfons oViorn not to subscribe for the loan With unwavering faith in theIm gf of Heaven 20 Chinos snlltorH l one clwwlnto spot In the ruins of Q natown at San Franrliro and wor Rlp d in full tompllanco with the Qlea of their religion In tho ashes their temple they knoll and silently themoldering pint once hold tho altar in the Icmjt- tef Lai whims the fumes of fresh sense and sacred punk sticks curled rward No detail way ovarlookod oyr tho faithful Chinese who pleaded Mr mercy In behalf of tho 3DOOO of Wolr countrymen made homeless by fholocaust of Mrs K M Standlfoo oho entered a plea of witty and whllo admitting tho kill el that omo tfihnf siltlanitytIttipelled her to the deed Tho Jury brought In u verdict uf ncqulttal Mrs Standlfer shot and Killed her sister on account ot the marked attentions ot her husband to tho dead vVomon- On hc JlOrUlbound passenger train in the Kansas 8pU horn Railway Co Jr Texas F W Hondorsoh of Klllcon fox was shot and killed and M H A Penny of Jhlladolphln was dan jrrtoimlv wnundml bv bflne shot I4 I In the heart of a city which horns the brunt of battle and huI the weeds of mourning for its tho confederacy of tho south was rev vivid again by the recent reunion at New Orleans Tho tales of the heroI- sm tho sacrifice tho agony and the glory ot the great days were told over again to those who never weary of the story and who cheated and wept by turns No reunion was ever held under fairer auspices The weather was perfect the arrangements of the temporary building erected for the reunion were unsurpassed and tho do taps of tho vast work of handling the great throng of visitors was carried out with precision and care Tho present officers of Confederate Veterans association were reelected by acclamation The chief now mood ure of importance was rocommcndlni to the different states that pension bo paid to slaves now living who fol lowed their masters to tho war and setting apart of one day of tho year by each camp ot the organization for memorial services Favoring a provision for tho presentation of medals to tho man who showed the greatest courage In any battle In which the confederate troops were engaged A tornedo swept through Bellevue Tex and destroyed everything in Its path and as a result practically the entire town Is a mass ot ruins only three buildings standing at least 13 persons arc dead and a number an Injured The tornado was followed Iy fire which consumed tho wreckage Tho tornado was a mile wldo and traveled over the earth for a distance ot olght miles leveling everything it Its path ruining crops and destroying all farm houses and barns on tho way Davis Rothschild a picture dealer brought suit in the kings bench di vision of tho high court of justice against Charles M Schwab of Now York for breach of contract in fall Ing to purchase Constables picture Dcdham Lock for 15000 Tho government of Venezuela is to establish a national bank and substl tuto a paper currency for the gold basis On which tho country has beet operating The continued success ot the Amer loan athletes In tho Olympic games nt Athens Is causing some 111 feeling among tho Irooks although on tho wholo an excellent temper has beer displayed by tho competitors and spectators A fow of the latter how ovor have not lJoen able to conceal their feelings and some hisses were hoard James F Sullivan manager of the American loom mado light of the matter at which to take umbrage lie said he was quite satisfied with Uio oonllnllty exhibited by all con corned Tho Cambridge police have Issuod a warrant for tho arrest of Erich Muonter an Instructor In Gorman at Harvard university on a charge ol murdering his wife In that city about two weeks ago Tho statue of Benjamin Franklin presented to tho city of Paris by John II Harjes which stands on the Place Du Cadnro at tho head of Ruo Franklin whore ho had lived while there was unveiled Moro than 5000 Invi tations had been Issued and a brll slant throng of representative Ameri cans and Frenchmen ware present at the ceremonies W A King 50 chief of the vital statistics In tho census bureau Wash ington Is dead Ho was a native of Ohio The National Education association will hold its convention In Snn Fran cisco as arranged Florence Clinton Sutro founder ot the National Federation of Musical ciubs and societies died In New York Sho was the wife of Theodore Sutro tho lawyer and author of legal works Mrs Sutro was tho author of several tnunlcal treaties Henry Jackson Wells Dam tho drab mallet and magazine writer of New York whoso death In Havana was an nounced by cable was a member of a prominent San Francisco family Oscar D Thompson Is suing the su premo court of tile Knights ot tho Macabcos for 10000 damages fpr In juries alleged to have been received when ho was Initiated Into tho order Final agreement was reached be tvcen tho operators and minors of the Plttsburg district who have been in conference for several weeks on wages and conditions throughout tho PlttsburR district for tho next twu years Whllo tho agreement Is based on tho 1903 vngo scalo the minors secured several concessions that adjust some jntornal grievances InI the mines anti whllo some mean more earning power for the miners tho ob Sect gained was In lino equalizing working conditions In the mines of tho district Walter Christie broke tho worlds mile record for n four cylinder auto mobile at Atlantic City reducing iho figures from 38 seconds to 35 y The members of tho Now Jersey legislature havo received annnal passes over the Pennsylvania railroad Several villages In Saxony export once four earthquake shocks No lamago was done out the Inhabitants wore greatly alarmed The conference of the National Con gross of Mothers which was to bo held In Los Angeles Cat May 7 to 11 has boon postppncd Indeflnltply owing to tho disaster In San Fran deco Tho ofllcors ondboard of managers will meet In Minneapolis May 128- Tho minority stockholders of the Kanawha Michigan Railroad Co have made aiT offer to tho Morgan in crests to purchase tho controlling Interest hold by tho Hocking Valley The prlco offered was 75 a share or 16 points more than tho present mr ket valuo of tho companys stock i Walter Wollmon who will under tako a Jfttimoy to tho Nortn pole in a dirigible balloon has sailed for Europe on his way to Tromsoo Nor way Ho will make his flight from that place about Juno 20 Wollman was accompanied by MaJ Henry Her shy representing the weather bureau and tho American Geological society and William Smith wireless telegraph export Tho eiplorer has rondo a contract with a wireless company for signal stations for the purpose of con stantly keeping In communication with the world while ho flies Flro destroyed the interior of the stone structure of the Newport 11 I Artillery Cos handsome hcadquar tore together with equipments Quar termaster Sidney Harvey was Injured about tho head by falling slate It Is tho oldest military organization In the United States Two bombs loaded with gun cotton Were found on a window sill at the Union station Denver The Isthmian canal commission has awarded the L N 11 R Co a con tract to haul In 90 days time 20000 cars of cement from Louisville to New Orleans whenco tho cement will bo shipped to Panama Tho art collection of the lato Joseph Jefferson was sold at auction a total of 229135 being realized Tho supreme court of tho United States has ceased the call of the dock et for the term Tho court will ad Journ May 28 J F Good engineer was killed and C H Lcfevcr fireman and J J Wal lower brakeman fatally injured by tho explosion of a freight locomotive at Ducklow Tower Steclton Pa on tho Pennsylvania railroad It is bo llovcd the engine struck a stick of dynamiteAt of representatives of patriotic societies Ju Washington a federation of tho societies was perfected Tho action was concurred in by representatives of the Junior Or dor United American Mechanics tno Daughters of America tho Daughters of Liberty the Patriotic Sons of America the Order of tho United American Mechanics and the Knights ot Malts Proto John H Thlry aged 85 of Long Island City who for halt a century has been known as tho ot tho school savings b tathorI tem has become the father ot baby boy Ho Is on record also as ono ot Dr Osiers unrelenting critics A lively row was started in tho high sahool at Ixmvonworth tan over the fact that a colored girl IK entitled to the honors ot valedictorian standing at the hood of a class of 44 The grad Hates attempted to eject a valedictor ian and salutatorian not wanting the colored girl to load In tho graduating I exorcises Tho colorod girl is Erma Bruce a daughter of B K Bruce ox registrar of the treasury and princi pal of the South Leavouvrorth colored school The chief of police who played such a prominent role In tho October mas mere at Odessa and a policeman wore assassinated by revolutionists A letter has boon received by Mrs Joaquin Miller saying that tho well known California poet Is safe In It he says Too tired and worried to write Been helping tho poor Tho letter Is dated Friday April 20 I Armed with special receipt slips and backed by tho proclamation of tho mayor making It San Francisco day the Chicago pollco mado a thorough housetohouse canvass of the city I with the result of adding 135000 to tho relief fund Owing to the threatening attitude of the workmen tho famous government factbry ot small arms which was established In 1712 has boon closed and 9000 men aro locked out The men aro holding meetings and troops have been summoned td maintain order Gen Von nuddc tho Prussian min later of public works Is dond of can cer The secretary of war forwarded to tho secretary of the treasury for transmission to congress urgent dofi cleticV estimates of appropriations amounting to 3387630 This amount IB required for the service of the fiscal yoar ending Juno 30 190C for tho pur pose of replacing military stores de stroyed by earthquake and fire at San Francisco also for repairing damage to cable connecting Angel Island nod Alcatraz In the harbor of San Fran cisco and tho repair ot damage to tho general hospital Prosldlo San FranciscoFrank Smith alleged slayer of Policeman Hunlon of Oregon City and an escaped prisoner from tile city Jail at Portland shot and fatally wound ed Sheriff J S Shaver of Cluckamns county and seriously Injured Copt O D Henderson of Company D Oregon National guard lie escaped attar shooting the two man Tho will of tho Into Jamos A Hal ley tho circus king was filed In tho Westchester county surrogates office Mr Halley loft his entlro estate to his widow Ruth Louise Bailey of Mt Vernon N Y and names her as solo executrix The cstato will amount to more than 5000000 Mrs J W Skinner wlo of the manager of a manufacturing plant in Memphis was shot and killed by her iiisbnnd Tho tragedy occurred on tho vuranda of a local clubhouse Skinner clnim8 that tho bullet which truck tho woman was intended for Robert Simpson who was seated near Mrs Skinner and whom he alleges was responsible for his domestic trau bles The Shaw Machine Co manufactur es of textile machinery with a plant A Lowell MaBBwrs placed In tho hands of p receiver Liabilities will probably aggregate 240000 OOIE ENTERS ZION Ho Addressed a Largo Audience in the Tabernacle Sunday 1 Attired In a New Apostolic Robe of White and Gold He Denounced His Traducers In His Old Time Manner Chicago Standing unsteadily and with great effort before an audl enco of 2600 persons in Zlon tabernacle John Alexander Dowie his voice strained to its utmost capacity charged his traducers If any wero present to rise to their toot and make their accusations before tho wholo congregationThe of Vollvo the new leader in ZIon Citys affairs however was at that moment attending a rival meeting set for tho same hour at tho Zion college building a quarter of a mile distant There 5000 of the citys inhabitants wore gathered together with the famous choir now divested ot Its ecclesiastical garb and the Zion band and orchestra Those who listened to the words of Dowie were for the most part visitors from other towns brought In by electric cars and trains For over an hour the crowd In the tabernacle waited for the ap poaranco of the venerable First Apostle Immediately In front of the platform and in the choir loft wero probably 150 of the faithful Dowlo was borne bodily by two stalwart no gro attendants from an anteroom up the stairs to tho platform and depos ited upon his feet before the elaborate prayer altar He was attired In an apostolic robe ot white and gold and purple which ho had never woih before in public Upon his head was a turban of mar venous pattern embroidered in purple and gold He delivered nls address and sermon seated before the altar Occasionally when roused to an un usual pitch of earnestness ho rose to his feet Mrs Dowlo who has severed her allegiance with the Volivn faction sat In a wicker chair among Dowles followers in the congrega tion Except for the presence upon the platform of former Mayor R D Harper Dowlo was alone Ho an nounced the hymns and led In prayer In a voice the firmness and strength ot which surprised those who havo been In attendance upon him Ho prefaced his sermon by n spirited do nlal of the charges that have been brought against him in the course of which ho exhibited much of the fiery Impatience which marked his dls courso In times past Dowlo has taken up lute abode In Shiloh house where ho Intends to remain In retirement at least until after the decision of the court on the mat ter of his Injunction against Vellva and othors next Thursday CHURCHES AND PARKS Are Opened To the LongSuffering Refugees of Frisco San Francisco Tho second Sunday since the fateful April 18 has served as a clearing house In tho affairs of this ruined city While tho old tlmo quietude Is missing the day has witnessed less ot tho excitement confusion and clamor of its Immedi ate predecessors and tho community at large has been enabled to make a calmer surveyor the situation and to ontcr lnto a more Intelligent and ra tional preparation for tho future It being estimated that the city has suffered n loss of at least 20u000000 by fire it Is conceded that there is not sufficient money in San Francisco to reconstruct tho city and that tho people must look elsewhere for funds to rehabilitate their destroyed for tunesMud and Stories From Vesuvius Naples Reports that are coming In concerning the latest disaster at ML Vesuvius show that the damage done by tho torrents of mud washed from the mountain sldo by tho heavy rainfall of lost week was great The mull mixed with which wero cinders and baslKIc stones Invaded all places and killed many animals At Facet ano a town of SOO Inhabitants the flood obstructed tho doors of houses tlO that the people were obliged to ei capo through windows A Change In Order Washington Only two regiments about 7350 men win b- Ientto Snn Francisco Instead of 2500 mon as originally proposed by Gen Ireoly The troops to go are tho 1Irst cavalry from Fort Clark and Fort Sam Houston Tex and tho In Pantry stationed at Fort D A Russell Wyo Tho other troops originally dt rooted to proceed to San Francisco have boon ordered not to move More Moulders Strike Scranton PoA general strike- of the moulders In tho district from Honesdalo to Tamaqua for a nine hour day was officially declared- at meetings held throughout the dls tract Sunday afternoon Attempt To Assassinate Col Mln St Petersburg A member ot the Fighting Organisation Sun daY attempted to assassinate Col Mtn commander of tho Gomlnovsky guards In revenge for the part taken by his regiment ta putting down tho lascow revolt- JerusalemBryan Is Located Jerusalem William J Bryan who Is visiting Jerusalem In his tour of the world on Saturday IU Iresaid a meeting held In the taper mole by the Christian Missionary aV lance FROM ALL OicER THE STATE IIr I RULE AGAINST COMPANY Whisky Can Not Legally Be Carried Into Dry Community By Express Frankfort Ky April 28The court of appeals in several cases of the Adam Express Co against the common wealth from Knox and Laurel counties decided that tho express com pany Is guilty of fraud and liable to Indictment for shipping whisky from an unknown consigner In Cincinnati to local option districts in Kentucky and that such shipments were not bona fide Interstate commerce ship merits The proof showed that pack ages of whisky were shipped to Leek Box No and that the express company never notified the men to whom the packages were addressed that the packages had arrived that the whisky was not ordered by anyone to be shipped to Knox county but after It arrived there tho lock box people would notify the consignees by mall that a C O D package of whis ky had been shipped The court says these facts showed that no contract for the sale of the whisky was made In Cincinnati at all and therefore it was really sold by tho express com pany In Knox county A TRIPLE MURDER RECALLED Convict Paroled Who Blew Up flee taurant With Dynamite London Ky April 27Chas Shot well who died at Corbin Thursday was paroled from tho Frankfort penl tentiary about two months ago on ac count of consumption lie and hla brother Jonathan were serving life sentences for blowing up the restaur ant of Holla White In Corbin sev eral years ago with dynamite when Sutton FarrIs and Susan Cox were killed tho explosion White had killed Shotwells father the night be tore EXCLUDES A STENOGRAPHER Court of Appeals Hands Down Jugg ment To That Effect Frankfort Ky April 28The court of appeals handed down Judgment sus taming the motion of Common wealths Attorney William A Our kamp of Newport Tho decision of the appellate court will result In tho exclusion of a stenographer from the grand Jury room which Is held con trary to the law and to tho statute and code of Kentucky MONSTER BARBECUE Will Be Given In Shelbyville Home Coming Week Shelbyvlllc Ky April 271t has been decided by the Shelbyvllle Com mercial club to give a monster barbe cue on Friday June 15 In honor of the former residents of Shelbyvillo and Shelby county who will be here for homecoming week ShanksDles Newport Ky April 28Col Jas Warren Shanks 53 widely known In railroad circles died at his residence here Ho was state senator from this county In 1898 He served as assist ant postmaster of this city and up to his Illness was for a number of years connected with the Queen Crescent located at both Lexington and Cia cinnati ArchbishopsCousin Ovrcnsboro Ky April 28 Samuel Spalding of Morganfleld aged 81 died at the home of his sister Mrs E J Buckman In this county Hu served one term In the elate legisla tare and once made the race Jfor con grass in the second district against James Spalding He Is survived by eight children Mrs Arthur Is Dead Covlngton Kj April 28EiI1t1 Arthur widow of the late Wil liam E Arthur and daughter of the late William W Southgate who represented the sixth district In congress and who was an Intimate friend of the lato Henry Clay died alter A brIer lllncs Mrs Arthur was one oft 13 children and 62 years old Feel Shock at Paducah Paducah Ky April 28A slight earthquake stock was felt hero Tho tremor of the earth seemed lateral Several persons noticed It At clock fn this residence of James Uttorback president of the City National bank stopped Just as Mr Utterback glanced up after feeling tho shock Killed In Frisco Louisville Ky April 50TJ AI Steale superintendent ot carriers tt tho Louisville postofflce thinks hla sister Mrs Emma Mcintyre was kill tat In Frisco Word was also xcceivcd that Mrs McPhersbn formerly at tills city was kilted SehatQC Brent Appointed Newport Ky Aynll 2t Senatof Brent Snea o has been appointed a member of tho printing commission to fill the vacancy caused by the resig nation ot Senator Matt L Harbeson who resigned bla place on the coca mmloo Shot at Stony Fork Mlddleaboro Ky April 28c At tho Stony Fork mines threq mlos from this city Will Darling was shot and killed Ills slayer escaped to the I mountains and Is being searched for by a PQS8Q t WRECK ON L N Passenger Train Backs Into Switch Engln and Passengers Injured Owensboro Ky April 2GIa the Louisville It Nashville yards an L rN passenger train backed Into a switch engine The rear coach of the passenger train was overturned Mr and Mrs Arthur A Fatjo were among those injured while their two chil dren escaped without a scratch Mrs Fatjo who was Miss Rena Simmons of Louisville was badly hurt about her back Her husband received minor injuries Postal Inspector H M C Hosford of Cincinnati who was standing on Ute rear platform of the coach jumped to the ground BUS talned a sprained knee and was badly f shaken up- STRIKE BLUE LICK WATER It Puts End To Boring For Oil In a Kentucky Field Burkesville Ky April 27The deeptest oil well which was being put down by the Oreensburg Oil and Oas Co at Cloyds Landing has como In a gusher at a depth of 2000 feet not of oil however but of Blue Lick water and as oil men consider this the bottom they will not undertake to go deeper Mr I N hearts field manager said that the result of this well would forever put an end to tho theory that tho oil found in this field Is crevice oil Mr Boarts says his company will drill no more deep oil wells but that it will begin work im mediately on three other wens which will be drilled on the Graves sand EXTRA GUARDS FOR BALL Mlddlesboro Slayer Will Be Taken To Richmond For Safekeeping TBarbouravlle Ky April 2GFrank Ball sentenced to lIfo servitude in the penitentiary for the murder of Jack Boleu at Mlddlesboro last October will be taken to Richmond for safekeeping Instead of to Louisville as at first contemplated Since his convic tion five extra guards have been kept at tho county Jail Balls attorneys made a motion and filed grounds for a new trial and latfer asked for an exten sion to give time for the filing of amended motion and grounds SHOT AT ENGINEER i Another Attempt To Kill Engineer of Ludlow Hill Engine Covington Ky April 27 Ernest Jackson colbred was arrested la County Judge Stephens court la Cov lngton Thursday charged with mall clone shooting The complainant was Engineer Louis Diesel successor to Engineer Fleming of the Ludlow hill engine who was shot and killed by a negro two weeks ago while on the same engine It Is charged that Jack son fired one sho at Dleselwhen ho wason his engine on Wednesday night net Ludlow but the shot went wide of the mark and Diesel was not hurt Tbm Anderson DJtev Lexington Ky April 2BNews reached here Wednesday front New Orleans of the death of Tom Ander son proprietor of a welMcnown hos telry In the Crescent City Andorsoa had n largo Girdle of acquaintances among the horsemen throughout tho country his placo being o wenknown resort rOT followers of the races and also for members of the fistic fra ternity Death Sentence Confirmed Frankfort Ky April 21tThe death sentence given James Pwirsall ot Lexington for criminal aseanlt on the person of Mrs IJzzlfr Wagner was at firmed by the court of appeals Pear soil broke Into the oomi of Wagner and his wife wounded Wigner thea dragged Mrs Wagnsr to another room and assaulted her but was not recog nlzed by them After arrest he con tossed Boys Smothered To Death Louisville Ky April 2T=Supponod to have been spiothcred to death the bodies of Albert Klsler and Lea Pfnnnmoeller small boys who hall been missing from thotr homes since Monday were founds buried deep In corn In a great him of the John O Roach distillery nb Thirteen at met and Garland avenues Thursday otter noon Can Fix ttte Penalty Frankfurt Ky Aprfl 25The court of appeals afllruHA the Kenton circuit court Irn the case of A1 Carpenter and otlicrrB against Lambert marshal of Central Covtngton Carpenter sought to enJDta tho collection of a IS per wnt penalty on unpaid city taxis Tho court says a city has Uw rlRlfck fix any penalty It pleases Lincoln Farm Assocatlon Louisville Ky April 2rTh chsr ttr ot the Lincoln fern association was flied Thursday The tnsorpora tors are Joseph H Choate Wllllaro Travors Jerome August Belniont Henry Watterson Robert J Collier and Clarence H Maskay Father Kolopp tiles Newport Ky April nMler an Illness lasting n number of months Rev Father Paul Kolopp iastor ot Corpus Chrl tl Catholic ciiurch this city died Ot noon Thursdiv ot hot vt discs W F 1 t rVHfflffffftl1PPlfl 11111111 Eastern Kentucky News Bo oone+poetB prtBUrt u1N tlcsed U taU by Ut writer The aaau li Bot let peMIatla kit M u TUeae of good taltt Beth jUtoly LLLy N I I I 11 111111111111111 MADISON COUNTY CO WAY April 30Miss Frances A Brock of Conway and William T Linville of Rockford were married at Don way Thursday May 20 by the Rev J E McGuire A very pretty wed ding is reported The bride and groom will visit a week at Lexington with relatives of Mrs Brock and have planned quite an extensive wedding tour before their return The best wishes of their many friends go with the young couple WAMACETON April 29Mrs Alice Clark is visiting homo folks for a while George Tisdale Jr and uncle John Witt returned from Illinois last Mon dayDavid McColluras house in Wallaceton burned April 22 Most of his things were saved The cause of the fire is unknown R H Soper and family moved to the George Tisdale Sr property last Monday Mrs Fannie Brockman viiitod her mother Mrs G B Gabbard last Monday Rev Wills preached a very interesting sermon at the Wale laceton Baptist Church last Thurs day night There was a good corwd outMr John Wylie Sr is very sick at this writing with rheumatism R H Soper and family visited G B Gabbard Tuesday and Wednesda- yS W Wylie has Dennie Engle working for him this season S W is a hustlerMr Arch Kidd of Wai lacetou and Mis Effie Anderson of above Paint Lick were quietly mar vied at the home of the bride on April 2 We wish them a long successful tad happy lifeMrs Annie Pointer of Dog walk visited Mrs Susie Hal comb of Cat walk last Wednesday Mrs Alice Clark and her uncle John Witt are visiting at Coleast tjlweek Ebb Brockman and family and G B Gabbard and family visited R H Soper last SundayTake the Citizen and keep up to date HID lULL May 1Belle Bingham has re turned from Pineville whore she has been visiting friends and relatives for quite awhileMr and Mrs Ben Foley visited Mrs Foleys parents Monday night of last weekS C Carrier and daughter Ellen visited Mr Carriers son of Garrett County Saturday and Sunday of last week 1ev and Mrs R L Ambrose and ittle children spent Sunday with iilr Ambroses daughter Mrs James WeathersMr and Mrs W Settle and family have returned from Hamilton 0 where they have been visiting for quite awhile Little Roy says ho doesnt like Hamilton but a man can get anything he wants to drink thereQuite a crowd of young people of this vicinity went on the Pinnacle Sunday afternoon and had a very nice timeMr and Mrs J H Wilson spent Sunday with Mr Wilsons parents Mr and Mrs Jack Wilson CLAY COUNTY HUItIO91RINOS April SOThe residence of Mr Hubbard n veteran of the civilwar was destroyed by fire this week The fire was caused by turning too much gas into the cook stove causing the blaze to escape through hole in the pipe about the roof There was no one at home except Mrs Hubbard consequently few things were saved The gas heating is giving entire satisfaction Nelson Jarrett who has been in the Philippines doing military service has returned to his home in Burning SpringsMr and Mrs Brown were made happy by the arrival of a new baby at their homoMr and Mrs Emmitt Raw lings went to Booneville Friday to BOO their daughter who is very sick GARRARD COUNTY CAUTKItsVlLLK April 22Rev J W Simpson elder in the Methodist church preached at this place to a large congregation Rev Mr Simpson is an able preacher He held the Quarterly meeting that week instead of on the fifth Sunday as reported Mrs Jem Conn of Lancaster visited her sister Mrs JH Carter of this place Saturday night and Sunday Mr J B Carter and wife started to Louisville last Friday to spend a few days MarriedWednesday April 18 Miss Lena Rogers and Mr John Smith both of this place May happiness and success follow them all along the path of lifeMiss Bessie Baker of Berea is visiting Mrs John Smith and other relatives in this neighborhood W M Smith has moved to the Albert Napier house near Woodsviuw school houseMr Tellie Green has moved to the Rag ers farmThis year the measles have been visiting the country but yetMrsCharityLong died Wednesday the 18th She had been in a helpless condition IIII III IIIIII for a long time She was buried in the Stringtown burying ground Mrs J B Clark has the old fashioned beer seed that Mrs Hickey of Arcola Ill mado inquiry about She will send her some on applica tion Her address is R F D No 2 Paint Lick KyMrs W M Smith is quite sick of malarial feverMr and Mrs Joe Wylie of Wallacetou were the guests of R C Bourn Sun dayMrs John Smith Mrs R C Boain Mrs Jem Nave and Mrs J G Clarkcalled on Mrs W M Smith Saturday evening OWSLEY COUNTY IUCETOWJJ April 28Farmers are very busy planting cornAll should live by Capt John Smiths rule in the early history of Jamestown That those who do not work shall not eat Thomas Gabbard of Hayden form erly of Booneville was here this week looking to his farm He expects to have the timber taken out soon Marion Baily surprised a number of us last Friday night by returning from a fishing excursion with a nice string of fishThe marshals have lately destroyed two more moonshine stills in the Buffalo regionOur Sunday school is still prospering and it is with pleasure we note the re sults of it The young boy instead of fishing and playing in the creek as he was wont to do now attends Sabbath schoolOur debating so ciety seems to be aspiring for high or honors and sends a challenge to any society in the county andagrees to meet them at any point fixed be tween the two societies Any society wishing to accept this challenge may send a card to Elmer Gabbard Rice town Ky JACKSON COUNTY HUGH Mrs R I Hale who was thrown from a runaway wagon and badly hurt a few days ago is improving W R Bongo and wife visited their daughter at Panola Saturday and SundayBorn to Mrs Mart Abrams on the 22d a fine boyWillie and Gracie Parks visited Berea Sunday Harm Ely went to McKee Satur day on businessWo were all proud to read a letter from J R Engle of Rodgers TexPlease correct the rumor of Mary Sparks death Mary is in Hamilton 0 and is in good bealth Miss China Hudson paid our Sunday school n visit Sunday Let everybody come to Sunday school and help Several young people spent Sunday evening at tho Sinks and had a jolly timeWe want more subscribers to the Citizen in this community Let us have a good list and a long letter every week OUHLK LICK April 30George Gatliff went to Wildie last week after a load of fer tilizer George says he is going to fertilize Horse Lick Joseph Dixon the traveling preacher boa departed for parts unknown F CJones has planted a large watermelon patch Hurrah for him when the watermel one get ripe Willie Jones son of Dr J M Jones is sick with measles James Grott who has been very BowelTrouble ia a acre sign that digestive are overworked too heavily burdened in a Itate- ofrebellloa1 ous condl tion and It- ne2lectecSl will result In complications of the gravest Death characlerIpenalty troubleIcorrect itself and disappear isted Dont neglect this conditiondont invite disaster by delay but go to the earest druggist and buy a bottle of Dr Caldwellslaaasr i Syrup PepsinIt is the safest quickestacting and Boost effective remedy In the world for all bowel and stomach troubles pleas ant powerful and penetrating andinstantlyThe confined gases are released fee mentation is stopped and the affected locality soothed and Itrenjtth ned- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdollar kdoesYour postal card request win bring by retCALDWRLLSBOOIt woadukrtessay PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mtieslle IIHaete For Sal by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY ill Is improving Robert Jones is hauling spokesJ W Martin sold ten head of hogs for OD Brock man is hustling the boys around to get ready for courtF C Jones gave the boys and girls a social Sat urday night All report a nice time Misses Nora and Florence Lakes visited Miss Ettie Jones Saturday The Sunday school at Pine Grove is progressing finely Cross tie haul ing has commenced Tho overseers are hustling around warning out hands to work tho roads- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1IOONK April SOWe had a nico rain n few days ago but more is needed Mrs Susan Wren and Mrs Ida Wren visited Mrs Alic McCollum of Rock ford SundayIda M Wren attend edchurch at East Stafford Cane Sunday Rosa Grant went to Berea last week on business Mr and Mrs Isaac Martin anti Mr and Mrs James Lambert visited at Rev J W Lamberts SundayJ J Wren went to Berea Saturday on business G L Wren bought a nice young cow and calf for 35Born to the wife of Jack Horn u 10 pound boy Jack is all smiles Your correspondent spent last Friday with Mrs Ag nis Dobbs and Pattie Montgomery and saw a nice time ffI- JISrUTANTA April 30Mr and Mru Muren Abney of Rchmondwere visiting rel dives at this place lost weekMrs Delia Bronstans house came near being burned Friday morningMr O M Paynes children are better of the measles 0 M and George Payne went fishing Thursday night and caught a fine lotBorn to Mr and Mrs H C Roulet a fine girl Mrs Nannie Hammond visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr Larkin Abuey and son of Brush Creek visited Mr Henry Abney Sat urday and SundayMiss Dicy Mill er nee Dicy Cain who was married a few weeks ago has been pro nounced insanoJ K Phelps filled his regular appointment at Macedon ia Saturday and SundayO M and George Payne were in Berea Satur day on business A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismnns the furniture man EAST END MEAT MARKET I have good young Beef and Pork at all times at my Meat Market and Grocery Store at the east end of Chest nut street Also good fresh Groceries at lowest possible prices Call and see me and save money BeF HARRISONPhone Chicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanory represents this well known tailoring company in Berna and will fit you to stylish clothing of the beat materialand made to order at the most reason able prices See him before you order a ready made suit Mr Householder I It has always been my desire to as I cure for my cus tomers the best of everything at the lowest possi IAIaunt in particu pleasedto thoroughImelltlgation have accepted the gtncytor densed Paint guaranteed with back of title i guarantee the great St Louts house of laminar with a half million dollars cash capital and a third of a century reputation for honorable dealing There la no guess work about lIam mar Paint Wo sell you the paint and oil separately It Isnt ready mixed You can mix it yourself and all you need to do it with is a stick Paint lives only BO long as the oil ia it lives When you mix the paint with oil yourself which takes but a minute wo absolutely guarantee it to wear for five years and to look well at the end of that time I By purchasing the fresh oil separately and taking a minutes to mix It with Hammer Paint you save 25 which means in a nutshell that you have not paid for canned oil at paint prices I One ITammar Paint and one gallon linseed oil covers six hundred I uare feet of surface two coats which prra4lngworldCome in and talk it over There U nothing else like litmus Paint J P BIOKNBLL r Berea Ky r A DaysDoings in Kentucky 1 WIDOW OF MCANN Whom Lord Harrington Killed Lost Her Life At Frisco Lexington Ky May 2 Information was received here that Mrs Jessft McCann widow of the late Jim Mc Cann who was killed near St Louis several years ago had wet death In the San Francisco earthquake Lord F Seymour Harrington Is now under sentence of death for tho murder of McCann If Harrington Is given a new trial and It Is shown that the widow of the murdered man Is dead It la not believed the prosecution will again be able to convict the alleged bogus lord McCann was a native ol this city while his wife was a Miss Jessie Calloway of Owensboro Ky The estate left by McCann has never been settled as there has been a mys tery regarding about = G000 which It Is known that he possessed at the time of his death MANY CARPENTERS STRIKE At Paducah Hopklnsvllle and LexIng- ton Tying Up Big Work Paducah Ky May 2Unlou carpenters refused to go to work because their demand for a minimum wage scale of 280 was refused A hall million dQllars In building la course of construction are tied up A strike also took place at Hopklnsvllle Ky where the carpenters asked the same scale Paducah Is on a boom and ef forts will be made to settle matters Lexington Ky May 2Eighty men belonging to Carpenters Union No 1C50 employed by carpenters and builders here went on a strike because the employers would not grant an advance of three cents an hour In wages and make a ninehour instead of a tenhour day BOLT OF LIGHTNING Kills One Man and Knocks a Com panlon Unconscious Hopklnsvllle Ky May 2 Jlnl Clark colored was Instantly killed and logan Nourso a son of the Rev W F Nourst of this city was render ed unconscious for some time by a bolt of lightning which struck near them The men had been plowing and noticing the threatening aspect or the clouds stratod to trek refuge In a stable The storm bunt how ever Just before they reached the abel ter and the bolt fell SHOW TRAIN BURNS One of the Indians Escaped By Diving Through Window Corbin Ky May 2The show trains of the Great Texas Bill Wild West shows were visited by fire and several cars damaged One car which contained 20000 worth of property was totally destroyed Sevoral of the Indians connected with the show report marvelous escapes principal among which was that of Chief Stand tag Elk of the Sioux tribe who leap ed headlong through a window ACCIDENTALLY SHOT The Bullet From Boys Rifle Pierces Sisters Side Harrodsburg ICy May 2At Pleas ant 11111 tba IGyearold son of Thomas Bovine shot and perhaps fatally In jured his Cyearold slater The boy was shooting at a mark on a board wall on the other aide of which the little girl was concealed The weapon was a 32callber rifle and the ball passed through the boards lodging In the girls left side near the heart Ends His Life With Gun nusscllvllle Ky May 2Wesley Mcintosh of near Furgerson Ky shot and killed himself lie and his wife had been sitting together for some time When his wife loft tho room he lay down upon tho floor took a shotgun and blew his brains out Tent Blown DownIOwlngsvllle Ky and rainstorm here tent was blown down during a performance Women and children screamed while men made an effort to hold down the canvas Some of tho tent pules were broken Kills Herself Lexington Ky May 2Mrs Jennie Klgor 32 committed suicide bare by taking carbolic acid She was the wife of John Klger who Is held in the Woodford county jail on the charge of housebreaking Heart Exposed Louisville Ky May 2 Although so terribly mangled that his heart was exposed Edgar Bateraan lived five hours after being Injured In an elevator of the American Tobacco Co plant Leaves Big Estate Lexington Ky May 2The will ot George Lulgart was admitted to pro bate by Judge Bullock He bequeaths his estate amounting to nearly flOG 000 to his family Indicted For Murder Qrocnup Ky May 2 Thomas Mc Neal charged with killing his wife was bound over to the grand jury Ithout ball He will bo tried in Oc tober Spring Meeting Closed Lexington Ky May 2The sprint meeting of the Kentucky Racing M oclatlon closed here J An Ideal Heroine Barbara Winslow RebelBy ELIZABETH ELLIS There u something n etetliagly winsome about Barbara the it ucba men madcap of a girl and at feminine ai one could washor Brooklyn Standani Uhn Barbaracoqucttuh and fickle jlhthurtedalld gay but daring ol danger and Uua at tied N Y Marl afwia- gereatana gei sweet pint and and StcordHtrald trtaih hero lion Dttroit girl who masquerades in attire lights a duel with a Kkgi officer disarming and then falls desperately in with hint the heroine of charming tale Barbara ian entrancing exeuhlreIwhether in petticoats doublet and hose Her acqualataace worth making Illustrated by John Rae 150 year 4rttY flsblsherrwt7lua1Llt Ate jean rtetift f frtf DODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New Yerk WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING- I will do watch and jewelry repairing for the rates at m store on the Val laceton Pike one mile out I will also repair sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL HOUSES TO RENT Berea College has a few dcoirublu houses to rent in Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any weekday 1145 to 12 I in or 3 to 4 pin OH Rock Little WRITE La Co Barbara U aa of tows cmliag mood qualttiet- CMcafa H Barbara u ose of the most wiesumi of tile avrca we lure Aeted fa Lt Pnu A love it thus or is wel Iwltrlkr K r + C F LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nnd tiay- Tolepbone No 4 Berts Ky rertlllisr C Rhodus sells goal stock of it article hint before buying r Mystic SMners Excurslollr TO LOS ANGELES Why not join the party One fare for the t round trip to Los Angeles or San FranciscoiTickets will be on sale A P R I L 25 to MAY 5 inclusiverFinal Limit JULY 31 1906 Choice of Routes Liberal Stopovers Cheap side trips to practically every point in terest en route Exact rate from home town on requestji Island SystemI fertilizer OEO H Lit Jan Pass Agt Rook Ark brave heart high fbtt mans him JuU of dWIREIPast Cincinnati A 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