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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rj 0 dtH +H I I I II I BEREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager Enttral at Ihf Aynautonddata r+H LHI1I H+HIH+IHH IVOL VII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 10 1000 One Dollar Year NO 47 I IDEAS NugRttK ton minus clotThe 1lrecrnt Lexing Tho republic reels upon education Ideas and Ideals nro tho lifo of n peopleChild labor IB the onumy of educa Lion and civilization There is a patriotism of peace an well as ofwnr Tho dramshop keeper Hlioulll bo+ compelled to repent the law to close on Sunday It In moro important that all of tho people should nave BOIIIO education i than that some of the people should have nil of the education If tho pnrontfl are poor enough to have to roly for mipport upon the labor of u ten year old child they are poor enough for the Rtato to support them as paupers foriwho will lire for his city state nod nation is the patriot tho people need just now Spooking of till bhjo lawsI have observed that any law looks blue ton tent who wants to break it IN OUR OWN COUNTRY byfuroiguRoosevelt refusal the relief offered to the Oovernmunt for tho benefit of San Francisco This has brought out an explanation from tho President that ho thought it not proper to ie vivo these offerings as to tho gov ernment but that gilts directly 1 the sufferers woro entirely proper t and would bo received directly by them through the proper committees Tho garden need graft is safe for tho present What our congressmen think of it is shown by tho vote to retain it 153 to 58- J F Jolly Bishop of tho Mormon Church at Lovoll Wyo one of the lenders of tho largo Mormon colonies that have settled in that state in tho past two years has been arrested n charge of maintaining polygamous relations with two wives This t HliouKl bo the beginning of a move 1meat to stop the spread of Mormon the stuUlS surrounding Utah FhinnArn to remove the duty from denatured alcohol As Senator Aldrich tho father in law of John D Rockefeller 2d is chairman of that Committee and tho object of removing the duty is nmong other things to put al clleaifulllt good time to see If Phlipss Treason of the Senate is true so tar as Aldrich is concerned There is little likelihood that tho bill will Ira even till Committee President Roosevelt is in receipt of tho following cablegram from James 12 Sullivan tho manager of tho American athletes at tho Olympian games at Athens AlbtM Star I 1906 A lion Thtodarc RpoKtife V lhtaflomA- owtHMM ws hur ir tulffllBe and alldlAt lump ti by Unit Mem Amnka 75 petett Unit trivia anJ iB her pueaelra 39 potnu titrtit Mid SMtden tIN few tfcbd fine 0 thlftu vMorji for Amerlu SULLIVAN FROM THE WIDE WORLD May Day has como and gone and Franco has suffered no revolution There wore some brawls in Paris tho police mud soldiers charged upon and dispersed norno incipient snobs Stud there woro numerous arrests of lawbreakers But tho result was evidence that the French Republic is not to Io lightly overturned atthat tho forces of law and order aro BO firmly intrenched that the govern mont cnn hereafter rolUII tho people as a whole for support in such netion an may bo necessary for tho perpetuation of the republic Witto hoe resigned in Russia and his resignation has been accepted A reactionary has been appointed to take his place and tho evidence seems to ho that tho has once moro yielded to tho Influence f those who would nullify tho promis ed reforms What the parliament will do under tho circumstances is uncertain and almost anything may bo looked for in tho next few weeks Friends of poaco and tho building up ofa representative government in Russia are in despair of anything bo lug done without bloodshed There is trouble between Great Britain and Turkey over tho savor eignty of Arabia Felix and Lord Cromor has asked for a largor num Egypforbeing made over the reason for the quarrel but tho verdict seems to bo that Turkey does not wont to fight but is scheming to got the attention of an international conference or of the lingua Tribunal to tho grounds for tho continued occupation of Egypt by tho English t i 7 A i I THE CIT1ZI3N a CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH The ninth annual meeting of the Conference for Education in tho South hold in Lexington May 21 wax one of tho most successful in tho history of the movement It was delegatesfromtho great auditorium at Woodland Park erected primarily for the occa alarm was crowded at every night meeting during tho progress of the conference The formal opening of tho conference was on Wednesday night and it was a memorable occa BlllhopDurtontho visitors in a very pleasant manner Mr Robert C Ogdon Presi dent of tho Conference responded and gavo the annual address After acknowledging tho welcome to Lex ington ho spoko of the objective points aimed nt in tho organization and subsequent work of the confer once and outlined sonic change of plans in its organization Governor Folk of Missouri tho main speaker of tho evening was then introduced and gave u rousing address not eloquent but straight epigramsItpoints made were greeted with ap Folkois a man who lives for a purpose and that purpose is manifest in his man nor as well oa in his every word Moro political office holders aro dwarfed by his presence alone Time session of Thursday morning was in charge of tho State Sup eriu tendents of Education from souther- stales und reports and short talks wore given by superintendents and other representatives train nil those states All these reports wore favorable and encouraging showing great gain in educational facilities and in lures The representative of Vir told of tho work of the womens associations in old of education in the rural districts and introduced McsdamM U B Mutnford and L topdp spoke well but Mrs Mutuforda talk was tho speech of the session It sparkledwith wit and humor and gave assurance that an organization that has Mrs Mumford for its presi thingsA in the park consisting of burgoo and barb cooed beef anti mutton with the ac cessories but on account of tho lato ness of the hour and the wet condi tion of tho grass in the parkman who would otherwise have stayed wont away An abundant supply had been provided for nil andenough was loft to have fed n hundred more sightseefagAt night tho meetings of tho con foresee wore resumed and speeches wore listened to from Assistant Supt erintendent Wharton Jones of Ten nessee on Memphis as n Public School Center Dr Waitman Barbe of West Virginia University spoke LesseneddDr Chris Mclver PretiUteut of tho I State Normal College of North Carolina gave a ringing address on Ed i ucational Campaign Work It would hare been worth tho money if tho state had paid tho expenses of every Tn minn beforeiDr Mclvers speech Miss Martha Berry of Rome Ga was called to the platform and asked to speak of her work in her homo country whore she has built up an industrial school goodIf the session as even Dr Mclver would acknowledge Friday morning was largely given to waiting for committees hearing reports the election of officers another d routine work leaving scant time for tho uplifting address of Dr James W Robertson of tho McDon ald College P Q Canada and tho address of Dr S A Knapp of the United States Bureau of Plant In dustry St Charles La Dr Robert sons address was an inspiration It was along tho line of character build lug and to this end ho advocated industrial education especially along tho lino of experiments agriculture in School gardens for agricultural communities The writer did not hear Dr Knapps address and line no report of it from papers At night the closing session w held and lion E H Mark Suporin tondout of Schools of Louisville spoke on How to Afford City Child Iron the Advantages of Country En vironment and Dr Edwin Alderman President of the University of Vir JI tiTJ ginia on the Opportunity in South era Education Superintendent Mark spoko inter estingly and positively on his sub jest pleading for trade schools and school gardens for city children Dr Alderman made one of the most brltI liant addresses of tho whole meeting outlining what had been done for education in tho south since the war andshowing tho great opportunity that still remains for constructive work in this section Several short addresses were mado by other visitors and tho conference camo to a closo after tho most sue cessful meeting of its history There was but ono thing to mar the success of the meeting and that was tho long delay at each session caused by wait ing for some delinquent speaker or speakers Ou such an occasion with such a gathering of educators ar rangements should be ao perfect that there should be no such delay If speakers are not present on time the program should be taken up without them Thero can be no excuse for such waiting as kept tho people at every session from a half an hour to an hour anda quarter be yond the advertised time CONFERENCE ECHOES Platform Meeting at Berea College Chapel Speech by Dr James Robertson- of the McDonald College St Ann de Bellevue P Q Canada An interesting meeting was held PresidentnFrost who is a friend of Dr Robert son and a great admirer of his work secured a special train at Lexington and brought tho doctor and several other friends notably Wm J Schioff olio and Mr and Mrs Macy of New York Mm Mumford of Richmond Va Professor Claxton of Knoxville College Knoxville Tenn President Race of Grant University Chatta Lexingtonmaul Ky to Gcrea After u tour of the College buildings and n trip to Bear Knob the meeting advertised in last weeks Citizen was held at the Chapel After singing and prayer short speeches wore made by several students on subjects assigned them by President Frost Gilbert Combs spoke on Sunday School Work in the Mountains Curtis Hudson on Public Schools in Eastern Kentucky Horace Caldnell on Why I Camo to Berea W H Haney on Polities in Kentucky and Carl Kirk on Farming in East ern Kentucky Following this came tho address of the meeting by Doctor Robertson who spoke eloquently and instruct ively on education in general and ou preparation for life in particular Tho address was good to hoar and will bo printed in full in next weeks issue of tha Citizen It is said that Doctor Robertson has nearly if not quite doubled the productivity of the farms of Canada by his work in teach lag and encouraging better methods of farming Mrs Mumford then made a short talk in a very bright and characteristic manner in regard to tho work of the Womens League in Aid of Education in the Rural Districts of Vir ginia of which league she is presi iont Sho said I do not know in what capacity I appear on this platform unless it bo as the grandmother of this audience I have been thinking as rsnt hero that perhaps I was going to bo used as n commentary to finish out Dr Frosts story of the Croatian If you noticed ho only got as far as the fact that Adam was put limbo the gar don didnt go any farther failed to say what we know that the Lord saw that Adam would be neither happy nor comfortable until there should bo a woman in the garden with him I am very much disposed to think that I have been put up hero to make these men feel comfortable they wont to go homo and say Well you see how much hotter wo can talk than anywomanFor many years I havo wanted to come to Boron Never quite saw how I was going to get hero Virginia sends BO much of her best blood and best energy into Ken tucky that every now and then wo Virginians feel as though we ought to come over here and gather a fresh splendidren I could not help but think as tho refrain was sung over and over Woop no more my lady that tho greater part of Virginia would havo very good cause to weep if they could see how much splendid materialwo have sent out here that you Kentuc yourselvesinIAnd now I am going to say what Dr Frost said I was put up here to say I nm very much interested in particularlythedo exactly what you aro doing here and that is the reason I am hereto receive aril carry back some inspira Lion that will help us in our work in Richmond which is my own city throughoutVirginia get public opinion focused upon our public schools the same problem that you are meeting hors to make people feel that thero is no rallying point for tho whole country of such importance as the public schools that a child is tho most precious thing in the country and that we have got to get our children into tho schools Some one tolls the story of a man travelling in time mountains of Tennessee who stopped at a little cabin and as they sat down to the table his host Raid to him Brother yodontcaynt retch holler Thats our position on tiio school bouso matter Wo havo tried to take some and to reach over Into the next school and if we cant reach over to holler And wo women have found that if we holler long enough the men will rise up and do holleringAnd is enthusiasm We want money of course and tho money is going to como sooner or later but in order to get time money wo have got to have enthusiasm we want splendid en thusiasm We dont want tho wishy washy kind We want the kind that makes you got up and do something That reminds mo of another story the story of an old preacher praying for rain in time of drouth Oh Lord send us rain Not one of these little thin sprinkles but a real oldfashion ed gulleywashor We want rain to make the corn long in the ear shiney in tho grain and big in the butt Oh Lord Thou kncwest theres nothing thy servant does despise like these darned little nubbins One thing wo have found out in Virginia that I think you havo found Out ife aro going to have good schools wo must got the people interested in the things that are right about them to stop talking about tho things that are afar oil and get interested in the things right at our doorin tho trees and tho plants about us the forests around us the splendid home industries of which you have so many here and tho gos pel ofworkwe have got to get theso things into our schools If we can only get ourselves to the point where we are able to see the Divine in tho things that lies right at our doors we will be able to look nroundupon the things of nature nndupon the little children in tho spirit in which the Lonl100kedout over the world after the Creation He looked and behold it goodA little speech was made by Mr Schieffeliu and this was followed by remarks by Professor Claxton and President Race each bringing his tribute to the work of tho College and to the work that is being done in other places for the masses and tho people of tho moun tain districts of time south iu particular Professor Claxton speaks un derstandiugly of this matter as he has been in nearly every mountain county in Kentucky Tennessee Ala baron Georgia and Virginia Presi dent Race has also a good opportun ity to study the educational question the institution of which he is president having a wide patronage among the people who live in the vicinity of the city of Chattanooga Ho has just received for his University a gift of f50000 from Dr Pearsons The meeting closed at what is a Ittte hour for Berea 1000 oclock and allwho attended it went home with an en larged hope for the work of educa tion In the south TO CUHK A COM IN OJfU DAY Take IAXATIVK BKOMO Quinine Tablet DruraUU rtfuuit money if It cure H W GROltS IlltnalUre u on tacit box Jjc 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 B F HARRISON Phone 106 A jl 1III I I I I JI MHMMITT FAA IEIghtr 111111 I I I I I I III I I II III II I Money in the 1 4Bank JIGives you a feeling independence and security that adds to your good cheer brings contentment and makes your whole life easier to live i These happy results do not require a big balance Every I dollar saved and deposited is just that much more placed I between you and the ever possible time of need Begin with any small amount you 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that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions f 18 Some of the PriceslObelisk Flour i QO Gold Medal Flour y 55 t Meal 6 Dry Salt Meat OSandOQ Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 Clairett Soapc05or 3 for 10 Ivory Soap 05 or 0 for 25 Sugar brown f OtISugar granulated O05 Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows nod it looks like J everybody trades ata i WELCHlS1roetokokoo oMakokokoaorSosROlto ROkottotoelororostoMotroKororo il o 0 x Y Handyo I ii h 0 t o nIt 0 Not quite so handy for all parts of town ox k c0 3Ibut we can deliver the goods to your house i YilltItlines of goods than any other store in town o r Ix Jo i r ItA P SETTLE Jr i 0 0 i i Phone 40 41 r 0 artY g x 0 f otlo t o 11 a I I ottoito3toltollottotloilo7to toxntlotto oiaoMolao totroiyokolsokoir I t Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WCYMAN COoprlght UN b SuoUf t Wifau CHAPTER VIIhCoavteuao We have come to a determination the lieutenant said tugging his gray mustaches and standing like a ram rod We shall leave you the house and madam and you can take your line to find the man For ourselves wo shall draw oft our men to the vlU lage and we shall take our line That Is all M lo Coplttilne Is It noU I think so tile captain muttered looking anywhere but at me Then we bid you goodday Mon ileur the lieutenant added And In a moment ho turned his companion round and the two retired up the walk to the house leaving mo to look after them In a black fit of rage and In credulity At tho first flush there was something so offensive In the manner of their going that anger had tho up per hand I thought of the lieutenants words and I cursed him to hell with fsickening consciousness that I should not forget them In a hurry Was I playing the traitor to the cardinal or to these women which Mon Dlcu If ever qtreltlonbut there some day I would punish him And the captain I could put an end to his amusement at any rate and I would Doubtless among the country bucks of Auch be lorded It as a chief provincial bully but I would cut his comb for him some fine morning behind the barracks And then as I grew cooler I began to wonder why they were going and what they were going to do They might be already on the track or have the Information they required un der hand In that case I could under stand the movement Out If they were still searching vaguely uncertain whether their quarry were In the neighborhood or not and uncertain how long they might have to stay It seemed Incredible that soldiers should move from good quarters to bad without mo dive I wandered down the garden thinking sullenly of this and pettishly cutting off the heads of the Rowers with my cheated sword After nil If they found and arrested the man what then I should have to make peace with the cardinal as 1 best might Ho would have gained his point but not through mo and I should have to look to myself On the other hand If I anticipated them and as a fact I felt that I could lay my hand on the fugitive within a few hours there would come a time when I must face mademoiselle A little while back that had not seemed so difficult a thing From the day of our first meetingand in a higher degree since that afternoon when sho had lashed me with her scorn my views of her and my feelings towards her had been strangely made up of antagonism and sympathy of repulsion because In her past and present she was so different from me of yearning because she was a woman and friendless Then I had duped her and bought her confidence by returning tho Jewels and in a measure I bad sated my vengeance and then as a consequence sympathy had again begun to get the better until now I hardly knew my own mind or what I In tended I stood there in the garden with that conviction suddenly new born in ay mind and then In a moment I heard her stop and turned to find her behind me Her face was Mice April smiles breaking through her tears As she stood with a tall hedge of flowers behind her I started to see how beauti ful she was I am hero In search of you M do Dartho she said coloring slightly perhaps because my eyes betrayed my thought to thank you You have not fought and yet you have conquered My woman has Just been with me and she tells mo that they are going Goings I said Yes Mademoiselle they are leaving the house She did not understand my reserva lion What magic have you used abe said almost gaily It was wonder ful bow hope had changed her More over I am curious to learn how you managed to avoid fighting After taking n blow I said bit terly Monsieur I did not mean that she said reproachfully But her face clouded I saw that viewed in this light In which I suppose she had not pecn Itthe matter perioxcd her still moreI a sudden resolution Have you ever heard Mademoiselle I said gravely plucking off whllo I spoke the dead leaves from a plant beside me of a gentleman by namo DC Derault Known In Paris so I have heard by subrlquot of the Black Death The duellist she answered In wonder Yes I have heard of him He Killed a young gentleman of this province at Nancy two years back It was a sad story she continued ubud during of a dreadful man God keep pur friends from ouch Amen I SId quietly But In eplte or myself I could uot meet her- eyes Why she an tiered quickly tall r- Ing alarm at in llwiro What of him M iii Uaiilic Why bue you YlHiMii Mail I iBecause he Is here Mademoiselle Here she exclaimed Yes Mademoiselle I answered soberly I am he CHAPTER IX CLON Youl sho cried In a voice wblohI pierced me YonM de possible But glancing askance herI could not taco herI saw thut the blood had left her cheeks Yes Mademoiselle I answered in a low voice De Barthe was my mothers names Wheu I came here a stran ger I took It that I might not be known that I night again speak to a good woman and not see her shrink Thatbut why trouble you with all this I continued proudly rebelling I I against her silence her turned shout der her averted face You asked me Mademoiselle how I could take a blow and let tho striker go 1 have an swered It Is tho one privilege M de Berault possesses Then she replied quickly but almost In a whisper If I were M de Berault I would use It and never fight againIn that event Mademoiselle I answered cynically I should lose m y men friends as well as my women friends Like monselgneur the cardinal I rule by fear She shuddered either at the namo oat r the Idea my words called up and Cora moment wo stood awkwardly silent The shadow of the sundial tell botwee- us tho garden was still here as there a leaf fluttered slowly down or a seed fell With each instant of silence I felt the gulf between us growing wider I felt myself growing harder I mocked at her past which was so unlike mine I mocked at mine am called It fate I was on the point a turning from her with a Bow and a furnace In my breastwhen she spoke There Is a late rose lingering there she said a slight tremor In her voice I cannot reach It Will you pluck I for me M do Berault I obeyed her my hand trembling m face on fire She took the rose fro mo nnd placed It In the bosom of be TIER HAND TREMBLED dress And I saw that her band trim bled too and that her check was dark with blushes She turned at once and began to walk towards the house Presently she spoke Heaven forgive that I should misjudge you a second time she said In a low voice And after all who am I that I should Judge you at allt An hour ago I would have killed that man had I possessed the power You repented Mademoiselle I said huskily I could scarcely speak Do you never repent Ye3 But too late Mademoiselle Perhaps it is never too late the answered softly Alas when a man Is dead You may rob a man of more than life she replied with energy stopping me by a gesture If you have never robbed a manor a woman of honor If you have never ruined boy or girl M de Berault If you have never pushed another Into the pit and gone by It yourself Ifbut for murder Listen You may bo a Romanist but TbouIshattpenalty By man shall thy blood be shed But If you cause one of these little ones to offend It were better for you that a mlllstcoo were hanged about your neck and that you were cost into the depths of the sea Mademoiselle you are too merci ful I muttered I need mercy myselfshe answered sighing And I have had tow temptations How do I know what you have suffered Or dope I said almost rudely Where a man bas not lied nor betrayed nor sold himself pr others she answered firmly but in a low tone I think I can forgive all else I can bolter put up with force she added smiling sadly than with fraud Ah Dleu I turned away my face that she might not see how It paled bow I winced that she might not guess how her words meant In mere stabbed me to tho heart And yet then for the first time while viewing in all Its depth and width the gulf which separated us I was npt hardened I was not cast back upon myself Her gentleness her pity her humility softened me while they con victed me My God How could I do that which I hall come to do How could I stab her In the tenderest part how could I Inflict on her that rend- Ing pang how could I meet hr IIU and stand before her a Callbnn A Judas the vilest lowest basest thing she could conceive- I stood a moment speechless and disordered stunned by ber words by thoughts as I have seen a man ntand when ho has lost his all his tart it the tables Then I turned to her- Ad for an Instant I thought that my tale was told already I thought that she had pierced my disguise for her faco was aghast stricken with sudden fear Then I saw that she was no looking at me but beyond me and I turned quickly and saw a servant hurrying from the house to UH It was Louis His face It was had frightened her His eyes were staring this halt waved his cheeks were flab by with dismay Ho breathed as If he had been runningIWhat Is 1t1 mademoiselle cried while he was still some way oft Speak man My slated Is Eton he gasped 8boIThe namo changed her Clog she muttered What of him I In the village Louis panted his I tongue stuttering with terror They are Hogging blml They are killing him Mademoiselle To make him tell It Mademoiselle grasped the sundial and leant against It her taco color less nnd for an Instant I thought that she was fainting Tell I said mechanically But ho cannot tell lie Is dumb man They will make him guide them Louts groaned covering hla cars with his shaking hands his face like paper And his cries I Oh Monsieur gel he continued suddenly appealing to me In n thrilling tone Save him AH through tho wood I heard them It was horrible horrible modg each second to see her fall But with a sudden movement she straightened herself and slipping by me with eyes which seemed to see nothing she started swiftly down the walk towards gatec but taken by our prise as I was It was only by effort that I reached the gate befor- her and thrusting myself In the toad shetSiryI villagerMademoiselle and at once My servant she walled Let me go Oh let me go Do you think I can rest here while they torture him Ho cannot speak and thoy thay Go back Mademoiselle I said cutting her short with decision You would only make matters worse I will go myself and what one man can do against many I will Louis give your mistress your arm and take her to the house Take her to madam But you will go she cried Before I could stay horl swear I would have done sqtr I could she raised my hand and carried It to her trembling lips You will go Go and stop them Stop them she continued In a tone which stirred my heart and Heaven reward you Monsieur I dId not answer nor did I once look back as I crossed the meadow but I did not look forward either Doubtless It was grass I trod doubtless the wood was before mo with the sun shining aslant on It and behind me the house with n flame here and thereon the windows with a racing pulse In a glow from head to heel conscious of nothing but the touch of mademcl selloft warm lips seeing neither meadows nor house nor even the dark fringe of wood before me but only mademoiselles passionate face For the moment I was drunk drunk with that to which I lad been so long a stranger with that which a man may scorn for years to find It at last beyond his reachdrunk with the touch of a good womans lipsII passed the bridge In this state and my feet were among the brushwood before the neat and fever In which I moved found on a sudden their di rection Something began to penetrate to my veiled senses a hoarse Inarticu late cry now deep now shrilling bin rlblv which seemed lo fill the wood It IJlme at Intervals of half a minute or so and made the flesh creep It was soI full of dumb pain of Impotent wrest IICLON llng of unspeakable agony I am a man and have seen things I saw the Conclnl beheaded and Chnlnls ten yeara later they gave him 31 blows and when I was a boy I escaped from the college and viewed from a great dis lance Ravalllac torn by horsesthat was In tho year ten But the horrlbjj cries I now beard filled me perhaps he cause I was alone and fresh from the eight of mademoiselle with loathing that was Intense The very wood though the sun wanted an hour of getting seemed to grow dark I ran uu through It cursing until the hovels of the village at length came lu sight Again the shriek rose a pulsing hor ror end this time I could hear the lash tall on the sodden flesh I could see In fancy tho strong man trembling quiv Bring straining against bid boats And then la a moment I was la tile street and as the scream MM awn tore the air I dashed round the corner by the tun and came upon them- I I did not look at him I saw Captain Larolle and the lieutenant and a ring of troopers and one man barearmed teasing out with his fingers tho thongs ot a whip The thongs dripped blood and tho sight fired tho mine The rage 1 had suppressed when the lieutenant bearded mo earlier In the after noon the passion with which roadera olsellos distress hail filled my breast jIt last found vent I sprang through the lino of soldiers and striking tits man with the whip a buffet blow be tween the shoulders which sorted him breathless to tho ground I turned om tho leader You devils I cried Shame on you The man Is dumb I 1 tell you If I had ten men with me I would sweep you and your scum out of tho village with broomsticks Lay on another lash I continued reckless ly and I will see If you or the cardinal bo the stronger The lieutenant Flared it me his gray moustache bristling his eyes al most starting from his bead Some of the troopers laid their hands OB their swords but no one moved and only the captain spoke Mill dlabtesl he swore What Is all this about Are you matS Slr7 Mad or sane 1 cried still in a fury Lay on another tan and yotl shall repent It I Yes your For an Instant there was a pause of astonishment Then to my surprise the captain laughedlaughed loudly Very heroic ho said Quits mag nificent M le Chevaliererrant But ou see unfortunately you como too lateToo late I said Increduously Yes too late he replied with a lieutenantegrinned too Val see tho man hsa lust confessed Wo have only beets toeImpress his memory and save us tilt rouble of tying him up tigala To fie Continue LI ELDER PIKE KEPT THE MONEY TbaaBtit lie Coiia vDo store a rd With It Than the Krcprr CanlilSnonI Elder Daniel P Plkn for nearly W yours pastor of the Christian churn at Newburyport was well and favor ably known One Sunday evening when giving a temperance lecture la his church on Court street Newbury port bo referred to a low don In the city and denounced It In strong lan guage says a writer In the Boston Herald The keeper of the place was told what the elder said The next morning as his customers came la u usual he said to them I want you to be here at noon when the elder goes past my door and I t III step out and thank him for favertlnlng my place and business and will hand hint a 6 bill Of course he will not take It The noon hour approached and several men with the proprietor stood on the sidewalk In front of the saloon Tbe elder was scon approaching and soon reached tho place wharf the proprietor stopped up to him and said Elder I understand you advertised my place last evening from your pulpit and here Is J5 1 wish lo present to 1011II his vest pocket I think I can an I more good with It than you can A shout wont up from the bystand erStwhile the saloonkeeper opened not his mouthIDaniel Wetet eras never notedItttentlnn to detail In buslawn matters Ills well knows fillings were often taken advantage of by unscrupulous creditors who gave no receipts for paid bills simply becaiwa they were not demanded Wcbstef was weM aware of this but It seemed to trou ble him very little On one occasion a creditor presented a bill which seemed familiar sad Webster asked Itnt this bill pretty large think not replied the maker of It confidentlyWell I Webster handing ovsr the money every time I have paid that bill It has seemed lo me a trim larger Boston Safe HeraldIOnce In a A Rlls was asked by a gaunt funereal sort of chap what ho should say byway of Introducing him to the assem blage Oh replied Mr flits Inspirit a of levity say anything youI like Say I am the most distinguished man In the country They generally I do Whereupon his seriousminded friend marched upon the stage aad I calray announced that he did not know this man Rlls whom be was charged to Introduce and bad never heard of him He lella he went on with never a wink that he Is the s5oet distinguished citizen In the country You can Judge for yourselves when you have beard him Vb1 vu In Tommy Children said inn teacher Instructing the class la composition you should oo attempt flights of fancy simply be vourselven and write what is In roil Do not Imitate any other DsrRoti wrllnpa or draw tatpl ration from nutsldr sources As a ro sult of this advice Tommy Wise turned I out tho following composition1 We should net attempt any flights ol fancy but write tihnt Is in us in e there Is my stummlck lungs hart liver two apples one piece of Ala oat I stick of lemon candy tad nydUnK lndepeadoat I LI1C A1C I EXPRESSING CATTLE How It Should Be Done to Insure lbei Greatest Comfort for the Animals Express In always preferable to freight where the expense Is not too great Express companies require animals to be crated and generally I usa a short light slat crate for little calves with head protruding from the crate that Is the body nlono Is cased With older and larger animals I us- a large strong and heavier crate full length of the animal with the nntmal- neck placed In a sort of etanchie- made of two hardwood sticks that from floor to top and are secured a each end Feed can then be placed be fore tho animal and water will glen by the express companys people PLAN ton SlUPriNU CATTLE In shipping by freight It Is generally necessary for some man to accompany the stock as an attendant and then feed bedding etc Is supplied for the trip and the attendant Is expected to care for feed and water the stock The animals can be placed In stalls that are made In tho car or In stan chions which run the length of the car Those are made by taking two four or five inch piece at top and two more at bottom and at regular Inter securelyfastened Inltop being pinned at tho base so that It will move enough at the top to allow tho ant mills head to enter tho spats then elate the space and put In another pin at the top to hold It there firmly The diagram shows this stanchion The animals of course stand sideways In the car and unless exceptionally large will have ample room In the ordinary elghtfootwlde car and leave a space In front of the stanchion for feeding Kay In small bales can be carried over tho animals by building a sort of a floor over thorn Water can bo carried In barrels near the doorways to be used In case of necessity or haste Where only one of two animals are to be shipped by freight suggests the Ru ral New Yorker they can be tied In the end of the oar or n cheap stall made Almost all railways require the presence of an attendant and gen orally give tree fare at least one wand sometimes both ways THE AMERICAN SHEEP Animal Which Is Coming More ndI More to He a Matter of Inter est to Fanner The American sheep is coming to IItoahsililIdue to the fact that tho sheep with I whiff the farmer found himself 15 years bgo was largely a woolpro during sheep and wool was then de fining at a rapid rate The demand or mutton was much less then than now la the IS years there baa been a great change In the character PC Amer can sheep They are more largely suited for the production of mutton than they were then nnd moreover the price of wool Is again high enough to encourage the sheep owner to produce it- The city people are demanding a sheep of higher quality than formerly declares the Farmers Review and can hardly be satisfied with a sheep that has been brought up on weeds aadI brush The sheep that Is well fed from birth to tho block Is the only one that produces meat that brings a good price In the city markets Tho sheep that have been grown on poor feed and then fattened quickly sell for a smaller price on the city market as their meat Is known to be not of tho best quality The American sheep may bo a pasture cleaner but It must have good grass also If It is to be profitable Idle Mares Idlo maros are not BO likely to brine forth good colts as are mares that work The brood mare can bo worked but it needs to be worked with Judg mont Some men go to extremes and work the mares too much Hard work Is bad but light work Is beneficial Time to Do Wife a Favor Dont get too busy to make your wife a lower bed or a hal dozen it stti wants them Hemomber she has to live with you 565 days In the year Bed title needs something to brighten her upw Farm Journal Leaf mold U a tine seed tov rlng eillIsaltautPigs charcoal It la good fi t tl80 too I r COWHla fJtiu+ orally Some Good Reason for It Find Out What It Is Tho best cure for a kicking cow to try to find out why she kicks and to avoid the cause Cows dont kick for fun or for mastery They kick because they are hurt or startled Of course you can break them by causing them more settees pain and terror with tho whip than by milking but It Is not right and your wrong method of milking may be injuring your cow The kick comes almost un consciously If tho adder of the cow Is hurt and the bettor the cow the more sensitive the udder My best cow was a confirmed kicker says n correspondent of tho Country Gentleman and gave little milk In the winter until I milked her myself and found that cold hands against her udder made her shudder kicknnottany cruelI the man said a big stolid cow that always stood like a post kicked I tried her and I should think she did kick After I found the remnants of the pall and stool convinced myself that barring bruises I was uninjured and that there was no hole In the roof I tried to find out why Apparently she was well and her udder normal Three days I milked her that way only I dodged the kick I learned she kicked only when one teat was touched The other three were all rUht The third day I could feel a little grain In the milk duct end characterized It as s boll from a bruise Until that boll broke milking was a function I could hare omitted But I can truth fully say 1 never struck her and the day It broke she was as quiet as ever with no memory of blows or harsh treatment to alarm her or the herd NOVEL LAMB CREEP Device by Which a Considerable Economy of Shed Space May- Be Secured The cut shows an effective and prac heal lamb creep The Idea Is valuable on account of the eeenomy of shed space secured A plank on which eleats are nailed leads from the ground up on a platform about 314 feet high arIsoon the lambs Zero to make use of tlIturI J =TUB LAMB CHEEP when one end rests on top of a fence and the other on the ground This In cllnatlon to climb prompts them to run up the plank and the platform seems to be an attractive place for them to play finding a little bran and oats or cracked corn In the troughs they soon learn what It Is for and It Is amusing to see them chase each other up the plank and crowd npoq eedIlnJways the Ohio Farmer and the eat shows a few of his owes wllht the lambs feeding on tho platform POULTRYBEES AND Watch the weaklings Pinch the heads of the worthless queens Put another window In the old dark poultry house Poultry culture will never do for drones It requires Ui wideawake men Poultry work requires The same shrewdness that any other occupation I doesILard alone Is a good Insecticide It does not need kerosene to make It effective We have yet to honrof the first poultry farm that was built up by dunghill fowls Make tho hens Inner for their greens by hanging the cabbage up above tho floor Scrubs and runts may serve their purpose but why alia a tbent to propagate their kind Make Plan ot Garden Make a careful plan beforehand ot the garden dividing It laU plots then decide what Is to bo pleated or sown In each plot and whcnpJanMng time comes begin at one side ot the plot leaving space for successive sowings or plantings This method will not only save time but it will also make thle I garden look more chipshape I fihouij perhaps say gardesrshape ellPrepi red Soil Get soil lu the best pulverized ton dillon Wore seed or plant U vut In There jbfluld be plenty or much stirring of tIC soil so as not to let grass or woods get through the ground Ilia dryer the soil the better for doing lkts More System Needed Thoro should bu mure system In shipping stock to market to prevent gluts on somo days and deflclonclei on others Honey 16l1e too ulefllltuU I BASE HALL Vanity Ilefoit HUn htaf110WotJncstJRY team proved thoir superiority over the Stars This game created crow flidernble interest about town and not a few expected the Varsity would bo taken into camp by the Stars J The gnmo was called in tho fifth 1 inning on account of rain Tho urn pins action was too hasty in calling tho game though it did rain According to Rule 71 Section 1 tho umpire must note tho time of SIS pension of play then should the rain continuo for thirty minutes ho shall terminate tho game Tho Stars made a good showing anti considering tho little time they goodeThe game stood 0 to 3 In favor of tho Varsity whoa the game was call ed but had rain not intoTforod baseball being an uncertain game it might havo terminated with a much closer score During the five innings player the Varsity showed up better in team work but not so well ut tho bat as the Stars Both pitchers pitched good bull Yunllr IfofonU llllaliibunf Initlliite In a closely contented game at lust Saturday the WlI1lnlUlI1burg Fowler for the Varsity pitched u good game Ntnr Win Clues baton They swatted tho sphere when swats woro needed most dud made lower errors than tho Normals win iiing tho game by tho clone scorn of 10 to 0- Tho weather was morn in keeping with time football variety rather than that of baseball but a good game was witnessed by about 200 fans who braved tho wintry bloats to cheer their teams on to victory This Stars got their load in tho second inning whoa they piled up 5 runs This load wna not overcome by the Normals although they uiada a haul fight Tho Normals scored 8 runs in the hecuud inning and dill uot score again until tho fourth inning They wuro shut out in the innings follow lag till the eighth when timeisoorol 2 rues and again In the ninth Inning when they scored 2 runs thin tuck log tho seers 10 to 0 This Normals had two mutt ou bases sooond HUll third and tiro out all that was needed nt tilt singe to tin tho game mm a beau hit The better up con woi d with the ball but it did not gut beyond tho infield This made the final out and retired the Normals I leaving the score 10 to 0 in favor of the Stars Tho battery work of the two loams I was good Ilauoy for tho Normals was hit oftouor and safor than was Jackson for tho Stars Honey hit tlugIMeeso Varsity umpired and gave everybody square deal lint one questionable decision wan rendered and tho runner was favored which is properNext Faculty will play tho Normals and a good game should result YYnute u Olal Tho Boroa Womens Club held its first meeting a most interesting ono lost Tuesday night with Mrs Cartmoll Tho next meeting will be hold Tuesday May IGot 730 p m with Mrs Dinnmoro The following program will bo given roll Call Chluew Prowl Miulo taper China Jlr Mirth rap crThe People of Chin Mn Omuiel- lrpcr Chlatto Rmlzntlou Mrs llniUUy General UlMuailon Tho object of this club is to slim ulato intellectual development mud to promote good among its members Any woman willing to do tho work uiigned may bo elected a member by a vote of the club The meetings are hold each altoruato Tuesday r each mouth Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad bloodAyers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed It for 60 years Ontnqntntesuofbadbloolbatingghbliver nlxttncol r thin ubiorbwl Into thi blmxt lotieail of taint removed from thydally M nature ndr l Keep the niwu with Arrt 11IU lUcr plllt All glable IA GdsboAyerCoLowuMZA Ii j1YsL HAIR VIGOR AGUE CURE fRAY PECTORAL RETURN TO WORK Mine Workers in Anthracite Uo gion Get Down to Business Again at Once RATIFY REPORT OF COMMITTEE A Few of the Ilmllcals Took the Floor To Urge a Further Suinenalou The Convention Adopted Resolutions Condemning the State Constabulary Organisation To Take a Hand In Politics Scranton Pa May 9Work will bo resumed by tho mlno workers throughout tho anthracite field Tours day morning The repairmen and any others necessary to prepare tho eel Merles for general operations report for work Wednesday morning This was decided upon at tho closing ses Blon of tho convention hold Tuesday afternoon At tho morning session the agreement entered Into on Monday In Now York between tho operators am the sub soalo committee flU formally ratified A few of tho radicals once more took the floor when tho motion to ratify tho Monday agrevmoat way made and once more urged that the suspension bo turned Into a strike but boy were hopelessly In the mtsorit and their remarks were listened to In silenceThe convention adopted resolution condemning tho state constabulary and providing for the wine workers an an organization taking an active port In politics In tho nomination and support of legislative candidates President Mitchell was vociferously applauded and called upon for a speechPresident Mitchells Address He said This will probably be the last time that I shall addreus you and It might be well for me to say one 01 two timings Some are inollnod to be Hove that because we have not se ourod an ndjanoe In wares or any Im provemoat In the conditions ot employment that we have not aeeompirsboO anything I want to sy that I believe you have taken the wont advanced step In the liUtory of this inovwnmtt You hale secured what you never be tore secured a aimed acraewoBi with the operators I am convinced that If tho United alma Workers maintain tho strength and solidarity of their orcanUatloi that throe years henco the railroad presidents will ask you to make an agreement with Uiom rathor than that you should be forced to ask them to make an agreement with yuu Last summer I made a tour through this region At that time there were only 34000 members At the close of that tour there wero 80 000 members In the organisation Hat that tour not been wade thero would havo been a reduction In wages ac cording to reliable Information that I have In my possession My inform lion was that the railroads were ready to Increase the working day from 9 to 10 hours to requlro the engineers to work seven days in the week and to requlro tho firemen to work IS hours Instead of 8 It this is true then we havo won a victory There was a tremendous outburst ot applause when Mr Mitchell lilt down Tho convention adojumd lnQ die Immediately after Mr Mitchell loft here tor Indian spells MITCHELL EULOGIZED The Church Association Expresses Its Gratification In Close of Strike New York May DA resolution ox proMlng appreciation of tho selfsao rlflco shown by President John Mitch ell and Tho soalo committee of the an thradto miners union In their doter mlnatlon to avoid a strike was adopt ed by tho Church Association for the Advancement of the Interests of La bor The hope was expressed by rose lutlon that the Noble attitude of tho minors will bring time support of the public to them In their future rein ions with the operators The bitum inous operators wore commended for coming to an early agreement and preventing a soft coal strike Negro Lyhched For Killing Horse Jackson Miss May VSam Sims a negro who killed the horse liun which Constablo Lamar Hotidrlcks who was attempting to arrest hem was riding was taken from the Au thorities Monday night and lynched near the public road about six miles west of Jackson- Distinguished Politician Drowned San Juan P H May 9Follpo Cuo drownled and planter and bad suffered persecu tions In Spanish times on account ot I Ma advocacy of American Institutions Dispersed Economical Society St Petersburg May 9Troops and police dispersed another meeting of the Economical society Several mem proIClaimed To Be Son of Leiter Vienna May IAn Englishman named Prater was sentenced to two years Imprisonment at hard labor for representing himself to bo tho son ot Joseph Loiter of Chicago and draw tug checks In Mr Letters name PRESIDENT REITERATES VIEWS SENDS TELEGRAM REGARDING RAILROAD RATE LEGISLATION Has His Dander Up and Speaks Out In the Style Familiar At Hit Alone Washington May 7 Proslaen Uoosovolt has reiterated his views on railroad rata legislation In a telegram sent to tho legislative committee ot the Pennsylvania state grange The telegram follows- Washington May 7W F lUll and Members Leglilatlro Committee Pennsylvania Stato Orange Telo gram received I am happy to tell you that not only am I standing on my original position as regards rate legIs lotion but It seems likely that con gross will take this position too The Hepburn bill meets my views as J havo from tho beginning stated The Allison amendment is only declare tory ot what the Hepburn bill must moan supposing It to bo constitution al and no genuine friend of tho bill can object to It without stultifying him self In addition I should be glad to get certain amendments such as those commonly known as the Long and av1 erman amendments but thoy are not vital end even without them tho Hep burn bill with time Allison amendment contains practically exactly what I have both originally and always since asked for and if enacted Into law n will represent the longest step ever yet taken In tho direction of solving the railway rate problem THEODORE ROOSEVELT MANY BILLS PASSED Congress Made Record of the Settle In Work Done Washington May 8 Notwlthstand Ing it was tho speakers birthday just 70 tho house after a splendid dom onstratloa to Mr Cannon settled down to one of the biggest days in the history ot tho present session Postmaster General Cortelyou got an order through to dispose of unolft papers In post offices Tho senate again spent tho major portion of Its time on the rate bill The discussion took a broad range covering first the pass question and then the race question In the uoutheri Mate on separate cars provisionIiMuanco of free transportation to any one except officers and agents of rail roads ministers ot tho gospel oto Any carrier violating It shall be deem ed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall for ouch offense pay to tho United Statea a penalty of not loss than 100 nor moro than 2000- Mr Gallagher endorsed tho sugges tion saying that the railroads have issued 5000000 worth of free trans portatlon in connection with tho earth quake BREAKS UP LOTTERY BUSINESS Raid Made On New Orleans Express omen By Government Officials New Orleans May 6A successful raid ot local express offloos hero was made by a post office inspector and United States marshal Largo quan titles of lottery tickets and a coualJ rablt sum of money Intended for the Bonoflclncla Publlca tho lottery at pueblo Mex were obtained Several days ago Harry Daponta of Now Or leans said to represent this lottery was arrested for sending tickets and lists though the United States malls Army Bill Passed Washington May 4The senate passed tho army appropriation bill carrying an appropriation of about f74000OQO Aside from a timekilling Indulgence In unimportant debate nothing further of noto took place in either houso or senate Russell Sage Quits Street NoW York May GRUssoli Sage at tho age of 90 announces his retire ment from further active business m- In Wall street For 43 years ho has been ono of tbo most active men in the street and be frowned upon vacations Shrlnerc Go Anyhow Los Angolos Cal May S Although tho national gathering of Shrlners was declared off by cxJmpetJal Potentate Collins thero are 1500 visiting Skrlners In Los Angeles and they con tinue to arrive from tho east In con stantly Increasing numbers Billiard Tournament Chicago May STho mo t Important professional billiard tournament hold in the west In many years has begun at Orchestra hall Five ot the bost players in tho country will take part in tho ton games to be played for a purso of 2500 New Magazine To Start Now York May 6There is talk of a now magazine entering the literary field It Is understood that Miss Ida M Tarbell Ray Stannard Baker Lincoln Steftens and John S Phillips will bo behind tho new venture More Bombing At Moscow Moscow May 7A bomb was thrown at the carriage ot Vice Adm Dougasoff governor general of Mos cow as ho was being driven to tho palnco wounding Mm in the foot and his aide decamp and a sentry was killed Mark Couldnt Go Now York May 7Mtuk Twain who had planned to leave this city for Dublin N 11 whore ho was to spend the summon has been compelled to postpono his departure indefinitely awlag to aa attack ot broacbJUc r ALEXIS IS KILLED By An Assassin Believed to Have Been An Agent ol the Revolutionists CONSPIRED TO DEFEAT REFORM Was a Count and Rose to Prominent In Uus lau Affairs During Revolutionary Crisis Planned To Become Premier anti Die tator and Was Concerned In In trlgue To Erin About Down fall of Count Witte Kloff Russia May IGon Count Alexis Pavollcb Ignatlcff formerly governor of Klcfl was assassinated hero it Is supposed by au agent of tho rov olutlonlsts who had marked him os ono of their victims Count Ignntlet was with Gen Tropoff too Instigator of tho conspiracy to induce Bmporoi Nicholas to withdraw the parilamon tary reforms and return to tho old path of absolutism Ho entered tho administrative serv ice In 1SSG as govornor general of Irk utsk In 18S9 he was recalled to St Petersburg to become assistant minis tor of the interior and later was ap pointed governor general of Kloff lie was a member of the council of the empire chamberlain to the emprlsso and held many other high dignities andhonorsCaused Emperor To Proclaim During tho wave of disorder which swept over Russia after Red Sun day Ignatioft was sent by the emperor to investigate the situation In Southern Russia and on his return his roport on tho urgent necessity for granting immediate reforms to avoid a catastrophe was one of tho chief reasons which induced tho emperor to proclaim tho first Russian parliament In the debates preceding tho adop tlon of tho parliamentary law of Au gust C 1905 Ignntleffa voice was on tho side of granting a large measure of power to Ute coming legislative as aembly lie trtel wards became the actlvo coadjutor of Gen Trepoff In supporting the repressive measures or Minister of tho Interior Dumovo and in tho Intrigue to bring about the downfall of Count Wltto Tho plan was to proclaim Ignatleff premier and dictator turn the guard regiments loose upon parliament when it had as sembled and supply tho iron will which thoy considered to be the sole thing lacking to govern Russia sun CMsfully under the old absolutism Tho devotion of Ignntloff and Trepoff It has been maintained by Russians was more to the throne ot Russia and tho autocratic power than to the wr or ot the imperial crown- RECEIVERSHIP HOLDS GOOD f Motion Denied To Dismiss ReceIver I of American Bond Co Chicago May 9Judllo Bathea In the fedejral court denied a motion to dismiss tho receivership proceedings In tho case of tho American Roserv Bond Co The motion was presented by J R Rogers receiver for the corn ArterIthe case In tho federal court This was allowed Tho Kentucky receiver then asked that the proceedings in the I federal court be declared ancllllary to the Kentucky proceedings MOVING OF FLEET Creates Sensation Which As Sudden ly Turns Into Affair of Honor London May 9A dispatch stating that the British Atlantic fleet which sailed for the Island of Madeira hat suddenly been recalled to Gibraltar created a sensation The public was unable to understand why such n dis play of force as suggested by this tele gram was necessary Inquiry at the admiralty however showed that the contemplated return of tile fleet was not connected with tho AngloTurkish situation but was for that of honoring Queen Alexandra on her arrival ut Gibraltar from Naples AFFAIRS IN DOWIE LAND Zion City Affairs To Be Ruled By Committee of Three Delvidere III May 9That Zion City affairs shall bo ruled by a com mittee of three ono chosen by Vollva circuitImatter is finally disposed of Is tho probable temporary settlement of the legal battlo between tho Zion City factions Tho attorneys havo agreed to a proposition for a temporary sot tlement of tho troubles by the court Irltates the Arabs Gaza Syria May 9A strip of land along tho SyroEgyptlan frontier haying an area of over 100000 square miles for many years regarded as tor rltory of tho Bedouins has been form ally added to tho domains of the sul tan of Turkey resulting In great irri tation among tho Arabs Ask Emperor To Intercede Moscow May 9Tho congress of reactionary nobles has adopted an ad dress to Emperor Nicholas demanding thq Introduction of a mlltary 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Editor and Mgr po f tSubscription Rates rAYibLI lit ADVANCE OnYesr hhl JOThreeCCh send money by Jottmcoe Uaney Order Irs ItexlsteLetterThe date after your name sbosva to what date rour tuhxrrlptlon li paW If It Is not change htn three vrcki lftu tending UI mon aot4y us stepprat 1 orptlon piyin all IIrrttlIII oirwrwlto we tlmll oUIlder hAt they wish It continued Notify ns at once of any change In your adJrtu llrlng old and new addresses Hflilnc numbers due to wrappers coming o3 up1ItdAgent iranteO In every locality Write for ui four yearly tob- rtptionswillrtcetvoTue CITIIX ree to 001 tar The Prime Of Life The larger part of tho great fortunes of this country have been accu mulated after their amassers have passed 40 In fact writes O 8 Mar den In Success Magazine the first 40 years of a mans ute are tho prepara tory years the years of training and discipline A largo part of this tlmo ho Is laying the foundationjust get tins ready to rear the superstructure Many of us stumble around many years before wo get Into the right place and then for addlUonal years we make many mistakes Most men do not get wise until they have passed 40 They may get knowledge before this but not much wisdom Wisdom is a ripening process It takes time At the age when Dr Oslet thinks men are becoming useless Lincoln was trying to get an appointment as a land commissioner and failed At the I same age nobody outside of his own little community knew Ulysses S Grant He had not then accomplished anything of note and yet he became the greatest military figure of his dyII Every man makes his own dead UneI Some reach it at 35 some at 40 some at 50 some do not reach it at 80 some never reach It because they never cease to growIUnited States Spoken It is not surprising that English should make some way southward over i tho boundary to does Spanish penetrate northward for the matter ofI that but the exchange la not equal in amount as the Mexicans emigrate less and travel less than we says Four Track News There are over 4000 resident AmerlcAds in Mexico City alone to say nothing about flef multitude of tourists If the UnI guistic movement southward contin ues to bo more than the counter movement plainly the line of contact will Itself gradually be moved There la hardly a Mexican urchin selling fruit or papers along the railroads within 50 miles of the Rio Grando who does not know at least some colloquial phrases of English This becomes less and less true Indeed as one pro grebes southward but one Is never surprised to be asked by some russetr faced tatterdemalion You want the paper You want some fruit and English reappears more prominently than ever at the capital Ask a Mex ico City policeman in very simple Eng Itch where some important building is and quite probably be will tell you Walk into any large shop and ask for what you want and if theI clerk does not understand UnitedI States he will call some one who does Six redhaired tale men who had beenC accepted by the state in the selection of a Jury to try Sabine Perlelle charged with the murder of a fellow Italian were excused by Jacob D Goodhart at torney for the accused In tho Waterbury superior court at Derby Conn a few days ago Mr Goodhart held that his client because of his swarthy hue would n tbeGO ifkely to receive Im partial Judgment from men of sandy complexion as from those of darker features The auburnhaired tales t men barred all had red whiskersr Government income and expenditure are now running closely together nrhighly desirable condition Although an individual likes an excess of In come over expenditures it Is not a wholesome condition for the government since it means taking more from the people In taxation than is neces sary Last year says Youths ComJ panlon government expendituresran considerably ahead of revenues butr the dlffereace has been made up this year in spite of slightly increased outlays by large customs receiptsJ A Pennsylvania collector of Internal fiItsmokers to learn that a cigar over gets too bad to smoke i The ParisAcademy of Medicine of ers a prize every year for the dtk very of an absolute cure for tuberCU- losis So far no one has won It pf The mens dubs of 25 churches of vari- l ous denominations In Minneapolis have federated Jn an organisation for civic betterment MAN WAS NOT NEEDED feminine Distress That Called for the Offers of a Member of the Sex Just at tho corner of Nassau and Spruce streets where tho wind blows two pretty girls of the stenographer typo were making their 2way at nightfall toward the brldgo through the drizzling rain holding onto their hats and the single umbrel In between them with all tho strength they wore capablo of Sud donly relates tho Now York Press ono of the girls uttered an exclama tlon of dismay and above the roar ot the wind almost shouted to bar com panlon a sentence tho last word of which was broken The two girls took refuge ID tho leo x f the Tract Society building sad held a consultation A stream of people was passing along Nassau street and the nature of the mishap BCimod to call for delicate treatment Then while the girl who had shout od hold tho umbrella turned toward tie rush Ing throng tho other girl Knelt down on the wet sidewalk and began fum hUng with her companions skirt A dapper young man steppe J out ot tho passing throng Pardfh mo Miss but can I bo of any assistance ho asked raising his hat Tho feminine repair department came to an abrupt halt No thank you came In chorus from both girls But really you should not kneel In the rain like that pursued the young man Do let me fix tho shoelace Please please go way implored ho kneeling one It Isnt her shoelace Anti the young man lost himself In the crowd INFLUENCE OF GREAT MUSIC Xt Can Move More Profoundly Than Any of Natures Great Voices Great music is a psychical storm agitating to unimaginable depth the mystery of the past within us says Lafcadlo Hearn Or we might say it Is a produglous incantation every dlf ferent instrument and voice making separate appeal to different billions of prenatal memories There are tones youthItones that evoke all phantom pain of perished passion thero are tones that resurrect all dead sensations of majesty and might and glory all expired exultations all forgotten magnanlml ties Well may the influence of music seem inexplicable to the man who idly dreams that his life began less than hundred years ago But the mystery lightens for whomsoever learns that tho substance of self Is older than the sun He finds that music is a Necro atImelody to every of harmony answers within him out of the of Death and Birth some eddying immeasurable of ancient pleasure and pain Pleasure and pain they commingle always In great music and therefore It Is that music can move us more pro foundly than tho voice of ocean or InIfibs sorrow that makes the undertone the surf mutter of the Sea of Soul Strange to think how vast the sum of Joy and woo that must have been experienced before the sense ofIcould evolve in the brain of man UNIQUE IDEA IN POCKETS Mans Clothing Even to nil Socks Provided with Receptacles La bled and Indexed One Detroit man has evolved an idea reportstheI lie has four Inside pockets and eight outside pockets placed in each waist two inside and eight outside pockets In each pair of trousers one pocket In each sock 14 in each coat Including outside inside and shoulder pockets one on each shirtsleeve and two In each shirt bosoma total of 42 pockets Each pocket Is labeled with letter Ing in silk thread Tobacco thusIcounts Personal Poems Odds anti Ends Miscellaneous Hand kerchief etc Each pocket is numbered The num location and use of the pocket is recorded In a little book hung on his watch chain When he wants to refer to anything he looks it uplnlhtsdi rectory and Is able to secure it within On hour Dont Like Autos Italian peasants are becoming de cidedly hostile to tho drivers of auto richRomanat by a farmer because she had al run over his dog Tho farmers was had however and the woman escaped unhurt The occupants of two motor cars returning from Genoa to obstructedbyacross It In the resulting smash four ngers were cut from the hand of ltaJlanlaeyeloeLHorse Sense OyerThat horso of mine is both deaf and blind but hes terribly tUraid automobile Mytr Why hws that 7 lass sense of smell Is Just as good DallyNews I WIlt malt1111 nf EnmUtala Stegttts in 3fnfmtrtr By CHARLES C OBYRNE M D D HERE arc two factors that determine a mans place in the worldviz heredity and environment The percentage of children born healthy and strong is not greater among the welltodo classes than among the poor indeed I think the percentage of healthy children is greater among the poorer classes The child of the poor man is not blighted before it is born Other than wellknown hered itary diseases there is no evidence to show that there is any physical degeneracy in the race Nature starts all her children rich and poor alike physically about equate In the United States last year there were in round numbers 200 000 deaths of children under one year and it is I believe n low csti mate to say that 125000 of them were preventable One hundred and twentyfive thousand baby lives snuffed out each year due to improper care Yet this is not all nor is it the worst feature If the death rate is thus high what of the condition of nutrition and development of those that survive If you will go to any of the dispensaries in the city where children arc treated and see the distorted limbs the mis shapen heads and the pigeon breasts of the rachitic children who come there you will know something of their children And this all is due to improper feeding And when these children reach the schoolroom what of them Aristotle pointed out the fact that physical health was the thing need ful for mental development These children arc backward dull and are unable to do the work asked of them They become discouraged and resentful from repeated rebuke grow to loathe the school and all constituted authority and arc glad to leave The parents too will say they arc doing no good in school they would be better at work Thus these children that need the school most are the ones that arc taken Out The foundation of all this is laid during the first years of life when the child is entirely helpless and when they commit some foul crime in later years an alienist will examine and find their misshapen heads and tell us they are degenerates I Of course they arc degen erates but where lies the blame apt Sating a Nattmtal i1t t By DR IRVING A WATSON of New Iltmpthlrc Board of health Of physical sins committed by the American eating is that should be recognized as incon sistent with the belt hygienic methods of living Mastication of I food to subdivide and mix it with the salivary fluids is really the first act in the digestive i process and to be well done it must be slowly performed Neverthe less in my opinion the digestive troubles more or less are not due to an excessive degree to rapid eating but more to a multitude of environments that overtax the nervous system and thus impair or derange the digestive functions Rapid eating is bad overeating is worse but the strain of our strenuous life with its worry care struggle for ex istence or for wealth social the edicts of fashion in temperance and a score of other depressing factors is a far more prolific cause of indigestion anti malnutrition This view is corroborated by the fact that a great many of our I dyspeptics arc persons who have never been rapid caters The I unceasing tension due to our impetuous rushing complex is responsible for the increased death rate from diseases civiUationI jus system almost enough to the deathrate from epidemic and other communicable diseasesIRapid eating may almost be classed as a the cause of an abnormally nervous state into has drifted through the increased demand made upon him by the activities of life The quick lunch has sprung up everywhere J If rapid eating is conceded to be a na tional evil its menace to public healtli is in my opinion a subordinate one 1Eltrnpealt w1uuel Jtnrt 31utpnrtattt IByMR ROBERT LUCE and Scholar ITraveler unquestionably one correspondingly apprehensions requirements counterbalance mJn91IJtiilim I I Doubtless used a maxim 1heing have ever homely wits In this spirit all wise men I time immemorial agreed that is benefit to culture It will not make a gem out of a pebble but nothing else so quickly cuts the facets of a diamond mind And rare is the intellect that cannot be improved by its polishing influences Desirable and important as it is to know ones own country I cannot warmly sympathize with the spirit that prompts ridicule of the American who visits London visiting Washington To be sure lake may be enjoyed the more by one who has crossed lake George is pleasure in contrasting the falls of the Rhine with those of Niagara in comparing the Rhine itself with the Hudson i or the Penobscot and our own rivers do not suffer in the comparison I The Yellowstone park shows more of nature that is grotesque and marvelous than any other equal area in the world Yet if in reality culture is the first consideration the European tour is more important than any in the states So much of our litera ture is European in origin or inspiration so much of art is to be found on the continent so many of our institutions arc of Roman or German or Norman development in we arc still so much like trans planted Europeans that many of the purposes of travel are only oughly accomplished when Europe is its field Let it not for a moment be thought that I depreciate the value and pleasure of travel in America It isworth while to go both to the west and the cast to cross both the Atlantic and continent He becomes narrow and provincial who does not know his own land by observation All I would hazard is an opinion that the logical or der is to see the old world first the new ivoild next for it is logical to work the fountain head don the stream to tudy causes before results the people rapid common Shake speare youth iron have travel 311 before Lucerne There brief thor would the from tr 4 I THREE SPECIES OF MOOSE Distinguishing Features of the AnI- mals Found In Different PartI of the World I There are supposed to be three ape clcs of moose Tho European moose or elk found In northern Europe and adjoining parts of Asia the common moose ot Eastern America distin guished chiefly from its European can goner by the skull being narrowed across the maxlllarlcs also by its greater sire and darkcd color and tho Alaskan mooso separated by Its giant stature its narrow occiput broad pal ate and heavy mandibles writes Ern tat Thompson Solon in Scribners Monthly Ilxprossed in external features ns II lustrated in tho adult male always best fur dlorontlatlng species The Scandinavian elk Is a small gray anlnuu with little palm and many fiplfccii on Its antlers Tho Canadian is H large black animal with much palmatlon and always a separate brow bunch of spikes I have men of Canadian moose antlers hundredI a pair that did not show a open separate group of prongs of each brow I have seen a score or i more of Swedish elk but never saw tore that did have a separated brow I group of prongs though I confess tma seen figures of oath II ItbeRaved to bo tho largest that ever did i exist slnea no fossil has been found to squat It in bulk Its antlers duller rhtetty In site from those of the Cana elatmlltllatmattes which Is set at right angles to that of the main palmation In these peculiarities ho finds a startling roo MtnManee Is shown to tho extinct Car vaicea a moo lIko deer of Plolatocono ilmaa prubably ancestral to the genus Aloes If tills roeeniblanoo Indicates any close relationship we have In the Alaskan moose a survivor of tho ar bale type from which tho true moose and tausdlnavtan elk have somewhat degenerated BOILED EGG OF ENGLAND Ithlitic Triumph Achieved by Col legs Men Who Trained on lIen Fruit Mir more than n mere athlethle trl ample WM Cambridges victory resent lyeIt was the demonstration of a great ctontUU principle that bids fair to subvert the gustatory traditions of a nation Other crews have won on form or fortune it remained for the Light DIuo crow of IMC to ewe their laurels to the common farm yard egg lays the New York Times On eggs they wro trained raw eggs poached eggs eggs boiled soft and ORHS as hard as rocks scrambled eggs fried OBR OMB beaten up In milk and eggs turned Into omelets livery resource of the culinary artist was culled Into requisition and in the strength of those eggs they rowed Ox ford to a standstill When first people heard that every eantab polished oft tour eggs for break fast they laughed when they won told that five doien eggs woro eon turned by the crew each day they sneered but one or two sensational performances In practice made thorn lit up and take notice Then the historians of the turf declared that to eggs Ulrmlngham owed In 1830 his victory In the St Loger over Priam tho Derby winner and the scientists came forward with uncanny calculations of how much albumen proteldi and other things that people cat without knowing It an egg con tame Thu London rcUnranu llfIIU to feel the change No ono would take his breakfast his luncheon or his dinner without an egg and egg flips eggnogg and every other drink with an egg to its name became tile rage The country was scoured In all dl rections for eggs From Brittany Denmark and other countries came eggs In countless thousands Out still the demand li Increasing and with the victory of Cambridge It Is confidently expected that The Dolled Egg of Old England is come to stay I Male Fish Raises Young The new man In his role of nursery maid has long been In evidence In cer tain piscatory families The males 1chargthem nurse them in n special pouch on Uie under sldo of their own bodies it seems that the male and female fishes Inters twine their bodies In the form of a double letter 8 and that In this post flop the eggs are pressed from Uio mother to the pouch of the male AI the eggs aro not transferred at once After a first trnnsferronco all the egs are In tho upper part of the pouch whore no moro can be received until these are shaken down into the lower end These processes are rcpcatd until the pouch Is filled In about ten days the young pipe fishes are hatched Frobnbly Needed It Dlbbs Who was the man you gave halt a crown to ut tho hotel this morning GibbsAn old literary friend of mlno author of How to Get Itlch Royal Magazine Smallest British Possession Gibraltar Is the smallest British possession It measures less than 4tvU grjuare miles Canada Is the blgr Best with afftOOO uduaro miles J DRINK HAS DONE IT ALL lifeTitsorrow 1 walk to view the wicked strife And loarn the cause the voices hollow In one sad strain In warning call The drink tho drink has done It alll I thlncThatHe apskslmy memorys on the wing Id been a scholar In hliclasil My teaelior I could you 10 far tallt lie aniwofd Drink has done It alll I heArd a voice and looking round My heart stood stillwho craves relief Prom those lips came tho gospel sound That filled my soul with blest belief My former pastor Shall I call A ecgarlvDrlnk hu done It sill I MW the convicts hideous dress I heard the celldoor dote and lock Upon a youth In dire distress A thief ret onto firm as a rook My former scholar sad his fall Itut drink utrong drink Iras done It all I heard a groan I turned aside dylJltrnowthwbandmarriagcvowTo To change hint m Drink did It alll And who la this so savage wild A brutish mother T BRamel ohshaniel She would Illuse her tender chlldj Unworthy she a mothers name appalTheollf noIso Are uyy wmie yarn call for BrwaiiT on a urtmc oowHttilli Christian tills meeker east atdel Lest he may tempt thee from thy OBd diodjYet sod Oh save the ethers rent the thrull TIM drink the drink has done It aur National Advocate THE SALOON BUSINESS Not Like Other Business for When It Prospers Poverty Suffering and Crime Prevail The business argument that favors the prosperity of the brewery and the distillery that favors the prosperity ot the organized fortes of the liquor trade is the argument that always proves the poverty the deitruatlon and the desperation of tho people ir Is tho ono business among all other kinds of traffic whose prosperity al ways Indicates the poverty and degradation of the people When any other business prospers in the com munity everybody Is proud of It When wo hear that the building trade la prospering we say that Is evidence of prosperity and progress When wo hear that the dry goods merchants are growing rich wo say now pros porous this community Is becoming When we hear ot the farmer paying off his debts and mortgages wo say What splendid evidence of our coun trys prosperity and everybody rejoices We even rejoice when we hear that the plumber la making money for we say Of course that la a legitimate line of trade and wo aro glad to hear of it nut when we hear that tho saloon trade Is pros pering and that tho brewers In the city are getting rich no ono Is pro pared to claim that that la auy ovl denco of prosperity and progress In that community On tho contrary everybody says That Is surety an Indication that people In that com munity are going backward and that they are Invltluc poverty and want and degradation and ruin for themselves So it is a particular kind of business that never can bo classed with any other kind of businessFa they J II Cltary INo Help for Drinking Engineers t Chief Stone of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers recent ly said The brotherhood can do nothing for the engineer who is dig charged because of drinking I would not hire a man who drinks either off or on duty It I were In that position Some men say that It makes no differ ence to the company what a man dues when he is off duty but I tell you that it does The company wants men who come on duty in poosessloa of every faculty and not affected by drink taken either while ut work or during the hours In which engineers are supposed to get their rest Condemnation The whisky traffic is the greatest curse that ever camo to mankind When n man Begins to sell whisky there la ground to hold suspicion that be is dishonest The whisky seller stands ready tq make a drunkard ofIta neighbors son a prostitute of hit neighbors daughter and to destroy our system of government Judge Dayton of Federal Court aClnrk8 burg W Va The Lessor EviU I Jenksillcar that boy oV yours whistlingJenksYe bflydontstoop liim tie might do worse JenksWhat do you meant Jonko Why ho cant whistle ana smoke cigarettes at the saris tlmo The Saloon Crlm9 I in I The saloon crime Is not only an ex pense In dollars and cents but it Ir also perpetuated at the expanse lot good government truth honesty fa clal equality and the home Tho Liquor Traffic The liquor traffic has not a single feature that should enUlleittolnny favorable con ldcratlomm fc + sI MewI arFieasrce DemoniacHealedISucdijrSchoolleMoalor Hay 131906 PaperILESSON TEXTMarU 119 Memory verse 15- GOLDEN TBXTQO homo to thy frlondi and tell them how great thing tlra lord hath dono for theeMark Bl TIMISAutumn A D 28 the morning following the event or last leison- PLACECoait of Lake of Galileo acroi from Tlbcilui- 8CIUPTURB RKFBRKNCEB Othtr recorded cure of demonli Matt 92r M Mark 1U G Luke 3145 Matt lnLuke 1111 Matt WJ1IM Mark 19Luke 111 fl Rtferrficei to Btant 1 Chro Ut Job IG IM 18peiLack III New Testament reference to Satan Matt 410 U2 It 3 Mark 414 Luke 1011 223 Jotml r7 Acts 822018 nom 18 I Tiro 511 Rom 119 etc Dtuoni Mark tM Luke 441 11 1017 11U 1 Cor 1020 21 Ju 219 Roy 112 etc Comment and Buggettlv Thought I V l Thoy Jesus and tho Twelve The other site Acrosf the Sea of Dalltae from Capernnum hence to ward Its southeast extremity V 2 Out of tho tombs Which wero not far from the shore A than Matthew mentions two dcmonlaoa Vo may presume that the ono Mark telle of was BO peculiarly fierce that the otber was scarcely considered i though wo have no doubt Jesus healed him also An unclean spirit One thus afflicted was prone to haunt places and follow practices regarded by JOWl as ceremonially unclean- V 3 Had his dwelling among the tombs Natural and artificial caves often very large arc found in this region V 4 Hound with fetters Chains fattening the feet Matthew tolls us that people were afraid to pItH that way because of thus fierce roan Plucked asunder Like many an otjier frenzied person he scorned to have superhuman strength Broken In pieces Or torn asunder if they wore of rope Vi C Night and day moun taint wad tombs Roaming the hill ldos or hiding among tbo tombs Crying and cutting himself He was in mlftry and gave vent probably to norco shrieks Ho oho had a pro penalty to Injure hltnielf Tho devil is a hard paymaster Rom 088 V 8 Saw afar off He must have discerned him when he was yet out at am Worshiped Him Fell prostrate before Jwu as in worshipV Cried with a loud voice An Inarticulate shriek What have P IT etc Literally What Is there to mo and thee That Is What have we In common Son of the most high God A title for Jesus that was used by Gentile rather than h Jew Torment mo not Trench sari Tbo true dovlllih spirit counts It a torment not to be suffered to torment others V 8 He said Rather was say- Ing Aiready by word or manner Jesus bar lndlc sd his purpose to release tbo demonized man V 9 What Is thy nomef It la said nothing goo farther toward bringing a frenzied person to com posure than getting him to tell his name Lotion A division of tho Roman army consisting nominally ot 6000 eoldlors was called a legion Here tho term merely means many V 16 Out of the country Luke ways Into the deep or tho abyss that Is to Gehenna the place of evil plrlta V 11 A great herd of swine region was largely Inhabited by IviThe or by religiously carclou since strict Jews deemed swine and would have nothing to do with tho animal save under di rest necessity Luke 151G V IX Jesus gave them leave Demons can do nothing among men AVO afl permitted by God and this assures us that he purposes to over rule their work for our good and will enable us to escape being harmed by them l Cor 1013 The herd ran rushed Into the sea The frcnilod animals rushed down the steep bank Thus tho demons were outwitted and wo may presume could only return to their own place- V H They fled Tho keepers were dismayed perhaps feared for their own lives and hurried home Ward spreading the news of the event In the country and tho city as they went They Many of those who heard tho story or tho swineherds Matthew Rays the whole city V 16 See him Better In ReV Vcr Behold as the original means to look earnestly and Intently Doubtless many ot them bad known this man 1n the past only to tear him Sitting clothed in rite tight mad before ho had been ever on tIO move naked and demented Were afraid They felt an awe both the man and his Healer JPofV 16 They that saw It The flwhb returned with 145 crowd Told how It befell They fully reported both parts of the story but alas the loss of tho pigs Impressed the proplo more than tho rescue ot the aflll ted man Practical Points V 1 Jesus would seek And save people of every landJohn 1016 V 4 Many whom chains of Iron cannot bind may be bound by tho mightier bonds of lovo2 Cor 6H1G V 9 Evil spirits commonhygo In companies No sin Btands alone Matt 124315- V 16 Wnen one Is saved by Jesus hit becomes In every particular a new creature 2 Cor 617 V 17 We must take care lest In despising Christs messengers ire bid HJB Jp ut from UILII 10i life i 1 I fXPERIMENTS WITH EGGS lomo Things You Can Do Which Will Entertain and Mystify Your Friends Anything that has to do with eggii vlll bo interesting to boys and girls Take two eggs of tho same size Ono aw tho otter boiled Place around men of them lengthwise a stout rub nor band so that It firmly grasps the egg Fatten n piece of string to each igg by moans of tho rubber band and mspend both eggs from the chandelier hy tho strings Twist both strings to the same de tree and then lot thorn go Tho eggs fflll spin around as tho string un twines but suddenly one of tho eggs will stop turning while the other twirls and twirls still untwining the string TJio uncooked egg stops bo tattoo Its contents are liquid and not fastened to the shell of that egg that Is set In motion by tho untwining tiringle friction of the moving mass Inside soon stops it In the next experiment tho same two Pigs are to bo used Put two plates before you and on each ono sot an egg jplnnlng on its side Tho hardboiled egg will spin easily and stop easily but the raw egg will bo harder to spin and when it has been set In mo lion It will not so readily stop Even It you stop it for a moment by plac ing tho palm of your band on It It will start spinning again when you remove your hand Tho reason of this is just the re verse of tho conditions In tho lint ex periment for tho liquid part of the egg Is sot to spinning and when you stop the egg It Is only the shell that you atop tho contents continuing to COI TUG TRICK WITH BRINE WATER the revolving mass Inside starts the shell ping round again even It stopped for several seconds If you make a strong brine of salt and water you will find that a fresh lhLPooplosHome water and the ogg will sink Leave- the cg at the bottom of the vessel containing pure water and get a glass tunnel that will reach to tho same bottom Pour the brine through the funnel and the pure water and the egg wilt rise together floating on thi brine When the vessel Is full you will find the egg suspended in the mid die half In brine half In the upper layer of pure water The next trick Is with a hanlbolle egg Sholl the egg and have ready n widemouthod water bottlo with Ita eggIbottle The air In the bottlo become to rarlfled that the pressure of UN outside air on the egg forces It Into the bottle And now wo otter a pretty little trick that needs some luck to make it sueCFwful Tako two egg cups suet an ftro used to put an egg In when It Is eaten from tho shell Place one cup on the table directly In front ol you and put the egg In It Tho other cup you place just beyond the first Now It you will blow suddenly and sharply on tho egg Just where It touches the cup directly In front of you with luck as wo have said your breath will lift It over Into the other cupNow for a wonderful but simple trick that line puzzled wise men for generations You have heard how Columbus puzzled his men by saying that ho could make an egg stand on endI and then did It by gently cracking one end of the shell so that It made a flattened surface Dut If he had known this trick ho could have accomplished that feat without cracking the shell as you may do to the surprise per tape of all who see you The yolk of an egg you know Is Ing closed In a thin membrane that keeps It separate from the white Now U you glvo the egg a sharp shako and Creak this membrane the yolk which ii heavy will tall to the end when IOU try to make the egg stand up and its weight will be sufficient to keep I In that position without any outside lid Wiry JOHNNIE Now hero U angry Johnnie Itoa thrown hlaplpf away Because he blew omo bubble And found they wouMnt stay peArolt Fiw Press e = tir t BOY BUILDS AN AUTO Ingenious FlfteenYenr Old llechanl of Seattle Wash Succeeds in Unusual Task A diminutive automobile driven byI a ono and a halt horse power engine which climbs Pike street from Second to Broadway on Its high gear and which gets over tho ivvel broadway bound for its garage at a rate of ten miles an hour possessed inoro than ordinary interest In that its wnrr and driver is also its maker Warren Dalton 1C years of age During leisure moments blade Dalton built his machine In tho work shop of his fathers Pacific Coast Laundry Supply companys plant says tho Seattle Times The Detroit auto marine water cooled engine the whotla and the springs are trio only parts not designed or made in the Walton workshop Tho young build er designed his machine made the YOUNG DALTON IN IllS AUTO patterns for tho parts andotr their casting dressed and assembled them Into tho machine Then he tore It down and took the parts home oa street cars At hone the machine was again set up and the first run was mado Saturday afternoon the machine acting perfectly in all its parts and exciting as much admira tlon and attention as the proud heart of the juvenile Inventor could have wished for- Maker Dalton has named his auto mobile Mobe D it being the second venture he has mado in this field of mechanics the original attempt having been in the making Over of a motocyclo into a semblance of a motor car The machine which is driven by gasoline power baa a ono and one halt horsepower engine The wheels are 20 inches in diameter and the I pattern of tbo machine is runabout with a seating capacity for tbo driver j only It Is finely upholstered and the box Is finished in the popular red MOTHER GOOSE She Was a Heal Character and Lived in Boston Over Two Hundred Years Ago Mother Goose was a real charac ter of olden days and not a mere fancy name says the Detroit Free Press As Elizabeth Foster she was born in 1665 Goosej ton In 1716 by her soninlaw Thomas Fleet under the title Mother Gooses Melodies The greater part of her Ufa was spent in n low one etoriad house with dormer windows and a red tiled root built much after the fashion of an old English country cottage Dlbden first used Mother Gooso ai the title for a pantomime TRY IT AND SEE Which way tire these patui trees leaning Hold the edge of the paper closo to your eye and ou will set they are all exactly parallelCncln naU Enquirer Alleviating Circumstances It distressed Miss Willing to find bow much the little girls in her Sun day school class thought about dress and outward adorning She never lost an opportunity to tell them how slight was the Importance of such things The reason 1 didnt come last Sun day was because my coat wasnt fin ished said small Mary Potter on day when questioned as to her non appear ante tbo week before My old one had spots on It that wouldnt come ofl and a place where the buttons had torn through But Mary dear said tho teacher gently you know its not the outsld that really matters Ycsm I know raid little Mary but kfiis Willing mother had rlppec the lining out so thoro wasnt any in side to look ntHryouths Compan Ion i Got1 Them ck Friend Do thoughto that fame to ydu ong ago ever return BcrlbblernOh yesIf T rnc m i stomped envelope TltLtt9 FOOLED BY MAINE INDIAN WouldBe Purchasers of Silver Gray Foxes Imposed Upon by nod Man It Is a mistake to suppose that tho noble red man of the Maine reserva tion Is without guile said Darius Hunt agent for a New Jersey game association reports the Now York Sun The new Indian may be less savage than his ancestors but modern oduca tion has helped him a whole lot I am In Maine now for the purpose of learning If I can collect money damn ges from an Indian and unless I can secure some financial recompense 1 am contemplating assessing damages from his person- I spent a good part of last tall trying to buy a pair of sliver gray foxes to be placed In the park of our asso ciation and them become fruitful and replenish tho woods with anl male wearing 300 overcoats After talking with two or three breeders of foxes and learning I could buy nothing I wanted for less than 900 or 1000 I met this Indian at a sporting camp and was Informed by him that ho had two silver grays at homo a male and a fe male which lie had dug from a hole last spring i As his price was 300 for the pair I bought three young and healthy foxes two grays and one red all from tho same litter The two gray foxes were put in a special yard In tho middle of our pork and given every attention They soon became tame so they would come up and take mice and fish from the hands of the attendants I was congratulating myself upon the good bargain I had made and was thinking of offering the Indian 100 ai conscience money when a great rain came on and the next time I looked at my gray foxes they were of a dirty yellow color A week later they had changed to red which is their natural hueInstead of paying more money to the Indian I came down here to invest Iate and have learned tat he has youngfoxesand then selling them for breeding purposes to owners of preserves and parks Ills method is to buy from a dozen to 20 red pups every summer paying about 150 apiece for them and then to wash them in strong de coctions of hemlock and white maple barks rubbing the dye Into the fur and rotting the color by rinsing in copperas waterFor the first two weeks the color furlcaving ye1low more pronounced so at the end of two months the foxes pass for silver grays though the red returns once more as wettedI than 20 In this way and propose to take the cases into court and learn if I can gain redress Of course it is out of the question to collect any money from an Indian but I hope the criminal courts will find It legal to send tho rascal to Jail long enough to give him time to think over his sins Matrimonial Handcuffs This is an Australian phrase We read In the Sydney Bulletin that ono I of the most popular men in this state is announced to put on the matrimonial handcuffs Mr Reggie Allen is engaged to Miss Muriel Grubb He keeps a racing stud and can glvo tho world tho easycone gaze Misunderstood Him Papa what is natural gaol If there is such a thing as that in existence Johnny it Is known as congress Why how could that be papat They dont bore In tho ground for con v 0 I thought you said naUonal gas Chicago Tribune A Drawback Tim trouble with a good many peo- pleI who hope for tho best II that they are always ready to believe tho worst MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May 5 ood 3l s t r5CALVKSExtraII WSRHEBPKxtraIAMilsClipped extra 11 KLOUnSprinjr patent 460 51 4 K K o 0 KjOATSNoKYENo 2 W UAHLE1No choicer nc Go tr t3 HAYChoIce timothy W1t00 115 W- POUKClenr mOBS 16 glj 75 o 3 guChoiceAiPL1 bbl 4 M W u QSTOHACCONcwOld 4 M CHICAGO FLOimWlnter patent s 60 0 3 00 SCORNNOSpinYK15 tLLnoNEW YORK FI UR Winter 3 DO O i VIIJATNo x 87 COltNNo 2 OATUNo 11YB Western 5 mi redj X041 rOlUCMe 17 7- 3LAIlDlMme 8 S5 BALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 red 0 B7 CORNNO 2 mixed a q taj- sCATTLEattcra 475 15 1100S Good to choice 700 075 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red 0 M CORNNO s white w 43u OATSNo 3 mixed 34 O l- P012Met prime till CO LARD Prime steam 077 J INDIANAPOLIS CATTLK PrJme steers 623 0515 llOOSOood to choice 635 ti C GT BUKEPB Brod 4 oo C500 a alt i R 5 11 Berea College 4 FOUNDED 1855 i PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS i APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies t TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry 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 busfoea end for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical leading U Baccalaureate degrees MUSICChoral freo Rced Organ Vocal Piano Theory We aro here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental feo to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must tdso Ipay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 24 25 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Gtmgrega iionalista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Ie For information and friendly advice address the Secretary 1 t WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky fJ e0 e e fJe G j 1 RICHMOND OQEENIiOUSESIi t Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS c l DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS w I +o+o+o+O+O+O +O +o +0 +O +O+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+00O +0coW i THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Is here and every housewife wants one or snore pieces of new j FURNI TORE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stoolc It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can supply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Boll Bearing Sowing Machines t i 25 130 and 15 worth sad 65 i 1 t CRTJTOHER EVANS Jopllni Old Bund Richmond Ky DJ Phone 71 Might Phoa 47W t+o +o+o +o+o +o +o+o+o+o+no+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +oo+o+o+o+o+ I i J Carriage Satisfaction HereI I I l Buggies II PhaetonsI s 1tunaboutsi I Surries Traps 11 t Durable Graceful i Useful II Oomfortablt Stylishh ylnishgiveNo than HERE No better time to buy than NOW PrioM down to Rookbottom Qualities up to TopnoUk- Wa I repaint repair and rttlr t a t Get our prices 5fr a 1 KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGG1NS Prop RksMttf Kt1 i I e Madison County Roller Mills Itfel ltltl4tM I c Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flom 1j Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushett Cern etc i Our COLD DUST Roller Fooer will H rr hard to beatd I PRIDB OF MADISON k another E3tselkit PIM r I Eddd tltlItleJ i Potts Duerson Tllta Seethe Xv 1 1l I t s ean 1eP- C As OE J41I 6w J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 j for Men 300 250 and 200 for V Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 1 Tin reputation of W 1 Douglas hoes for style comfort and wear Is known nrynhert throughout the world They here to jira letter satisfaction than olher makes Ucaui the ttandard has ilwtjs been placed so nigh that the wan era xpct more for their money thai thy can gt cluwbtr j- We carry a full lint and can insure a perfect fit iaspection IM- VltedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 4t H m i 11 11 I II IIIH + t Berea and Vicinity T GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t L LLrM I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 Miss Ethel Putnam is reported to ba quite ill Harry G Miller will preach at the Congregationalchurch next Sunday morningThe I is considering the ex tension of the sower along Richmond street us fur Ttis the double house Ralph Osborne expects to study the coming year in the Case School of Applied Sciences at Cleveland 0 Born to Mr and Mrs Scale a fine girl The spring crop is unusually largo Mr Hudson preached good sermon on Prayer at the Baptist church last Sunday Major Grosvenor sup plied at the Christian church Remember the special offer of the Southern Home to all subscribers who put their subscriptions ahead at leant six months This offer is also ood for new aubscribera who send iitir subscriptions directly to the office llev Sidut of the Baptist Church although able to be out has not oc upied his pulpit for a number of Sundays Stout is better now and it is hopcf that he will soon be able to reatmSeliiswork Tho Collegojnythorities are laying a drain some of their prop erty on the sdalhsido of Jackson street which wile lai across to the north side of to street to meet drains from the residences Of Messrs Mun cey and SealeJf11i Madison county is likely to receive 53100 from1 JegCl government on account of rerenup taxes paid nearly forty years ago under a mis interpretation of the law Senor lcCr just aucceeiedan get ting a bill through the Senate to that elect It is settled that tho I two State Normal Schools will bat nmond and Bowling Green At Richmond the old Central College building1 will be used and at Bowling Greon the buildings of the Southern Normal School have transferred to the alato By these gifts the state comes uto possossjpn of school property amounting to nearly half a million of dollars The College will probably make a transfer plotq fm Majn street with Mr Porter and Dr Cornelius ex ranging the uioatmarkot lot for that on which Berca Hotelnow stands If tho deal Messrs Porter and XJornelidaivill twqllotsand the meat markeUr v r i Henry G Goll a cashier of a bank in Milwaukee in the other day that in performing elikdy deeds cs assistant cashier of the First National Dank of that city To was only obeying orders Tho court GpllptpbitguiltyThe I his duty and above all his duty is to be honest rIThe Pantagraphcomments enthusiastically I on the resolution of James West Post to nominate Prof Dodge for Department Commander at the State Encampment to be held hero June 1113 The writer is in error however in stating that Prof Dodge stepped into lino at tho first bugle call But although the Pro fessor did not enlist at the first call ho stayed to tho end The article is givenin full in another column H C Combs is now at Knights town Ind from which placo he sends Iris regards to his friends who read tho Citizen Ho writes I enjoy being in tho beautiful state of Indi ana and the association of the Hoosiers but in this beautiful dawn ing of spring timo my heart turns homewardand I long to join inj friends and relatives onco more in BereaThe Standard Oil company and tho railroads implicated in the report of Commissioner Garfield aro fueling hurt Rogers says hysterically that Standard Oil always keeps tho laws The railroads and the oil trust have lied BO long and so persistently thAt they must not expect to be believed now The country is getting like the Missouriau it hasto be show ed ProfessorDodgo and Mr Gallag her went to McKee last week follow ed by Messrs Simpson and Norman Frost with their horns on Saturday There was a meeting Saturday morn ing with music speeches and the like and a picnic dinner and in tho evening a meeting of tho G A R outpost iu which 8 recruits wore mustered in A very enjoyable time was had by all Mr Joshua Crayshaw and Miss Patty Turner the teachers of the colored school the past term were married very quietly at the homo of Tuesdaymetthe serious Illness of Mrs Crayshawa lather Tree llnptlit Church Kntertalniu nt An entertainment was given by the Ariel Quartette and Mr H M Racer at the Baptist Church Mon day night in ridof the effort to pur chase a bell for the church The en tertainment was well attended and Prroveda very enjoyable occasion Quartette sang several old favorites and some now ones andas usual was warmly welcomed As tine members wore obliged to leave early to attend a faculty meeting their part of tho program was given first and then Mr Racer announced that he Avas prepared to entertain the qudjenco till they wanted to go home an anno ncem nURathQmado good Besldo Mr publiosold favorites My Philosophy Jim Keer of Yorself and others there were others notably selections from Ttip Van Winkle that showed that Mr Racer is not a birdof one note About 3500was realized Jot the bell College Lorn About thirty of the College workers visited Lexington during tho Con ferenco Mr Gamble has gone to Chicago for a visit of n week Mrs Gatul will return with him The Kentucky State Collego bas e ball team will play the College tenm on next Saturday week Miss Sarah B Fay of Boston amI her friend Miss Aspiuwell of New Yorkwere visitors of the Collej last week Chin Waha IlundrhasROnuout- or business Good work has beenI done but school work and long work hours do not go well together Miss Robinson will give up house keeping at the clove of this nnnr- I Miss Douglass and ll Ulerwill t the r itrti8vftcatedI Dr E A Cook a new member of the College force has arrived 8nd with his wife is now staying at tho Hall but are about locating in Gilbert CottageIthis suTnmei gtfing to Geneva to tho Worlds Christian Endeavor Canyon lion and returning with Mrs Cowle and Miss Clark- AUlletio enthusiasts are now in specliug the class records to mak sure that prospective contestants toil be allowed to compote Field Day Is set for May 24 Henry A Hughes a fanner stn lent of Boron College topped ove here two days last week on his war from Cincinnati to his home in Owe ley county Lathca Alexander graduates from tho Asheville Industrial School this year Miss Alexander was formerly one of tho colored students in Berea of whom her friends are proud Miss Brodo a sister of Mrs Cooke who is a teacher of German in a school in Holland is visiting iu this country and has come to Berea witl Dr and Mrs Cook She will sooi return to her work The nomination of Professor Dodge for Department Commander by Captain James West Post isIreditiblej recognition of the ninny years work of the Professor in UK interests of the G A R litelec lion would be only a proper and fit i lIorliceslogo does not come up to the stan dard set by the curators of the Carnegie fund for the pensioning of retired college wprkors Those have adopted the New York standard of ilassifying school rind Kcoording to this Berea teachers are ineligible to xirticipatiou in the of the und OlilTlui 11 n The following is a verbatim COPy of an original brought into the GUI zen office by the one to whom it was issued over forty years ago It is an interesting relic of long passed conditions 1047 HoadquartersCampNelsouKyJuly Under the provisions of Oenl Orders No 32 current series from headquarters of Ky tho bearer Alex Buruham will ba allowed to pass to Madisuu Kyand elsewhere to return at pleasure All railroad conductors drivers of itage coaahos proprietors of ferries md ferry boats and other public carriers will in accordance with said order transport tho bearer upon the presentation of this pass and tho pay neutjof the legal faroD- UaORIPTIOM Complexion Illfc aye JIlL fair Dlk Height 4lfeet 4 Inches By ordor ofF H BlEBEOWER Cot 124th USCI Comg Poet C A DELI D Lieut and AAAaI iFOR BOTH Ono disease of thinncaa in hildren is scrofula in adults consumption Both have poor Mood both need more fat Theso diseases thrive on lean leas Fat is the best means of ivercoming them cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest at and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that ilioxvu why Scotte Emulsion is if so much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption More at more weight more nourish wont thats why Send for free sample SCOTT do BOWNE Chemists 409415 Purl Street New York Ocaa5IOO II ii II n AUJm14 r School KtitcrtitlnuKiit Ilmt1 was present Schools at the Chalel which was well al llIWBdUYnight enjoyed The of singing recite lions by individuals and classes Rnd class and grade exorcises of varioi kinds The singing was of a character that showed great effort on the part of the teacher and great prom iso for the future Especially inter eating were tho exorcises of Junior Fifth and Sixth GradesThe Court of the Fniriesof the Primar School and of tho Junior Sereut and Eighth Grades The last wi au exhibition of and was greatlyenjoyed orkI Primarychildren did finely gTcut applause Tho eutortainmeti olos d a song by tho Eight Gratia Theres a Home in Old Ken tuckA This song is commouiorativ of the Kentucky Homo Coming in Juno r this year and was written John A Cotnelisou a former stu den of Berea II T rte le fur nIrtt Coumaaaitii When the Kentucky Department of RepublioI Lo font Dodge for Doparlmun Commander for Kentucky If it be allowable for the Pantograph to re cognize a splendid suggestion m will second in advance that spleudii nomination Than Prof Dodge there was no braver soldier keeping step lo the music of the Union and there is no worthier no more patriotic cit izen than he As a youth ho stepped into the line at the first buglecall ic give his lifo if necessary or other wise fight with the boys in the trenches until in the triumph of the Old Glory the bugles sang truce Peace declared he became again a cititon by his own efforts secured a college education and then chose the Kentucky field for his lifes work that has passed over mountains and val eys as a benediction aa a criterion for civic righteousness and highre solve Ho is a type of what is beet in American his lift il allltjMIbilitiesWes Post he has increased the morn Krahlp fourfold and trained its members to the highest slate ol efficiency and his nomination by the newborn of his Post will be their ributo to his worth and services Prominent as educator and lecturer all philanthropist and patriot he is vail and favorably known throughout the State and if elected Department Commander would take up his nlarged duties with his accustomed eal and splendid ability for orguui anon the boys In bluo would feel gain the old limo thrill and the Kentucky Department of the Grand Army of the Republic would ho BUS ained In the magnificent position hat it should occupy In the councils or the State and Katlon Pana irajth Inohrbows Lightning sure aria strange Yes r IIYel1 a streak of it came in our itchen door yesterday struck two hairs and the table ran around the lining room up the stairs tore hrough overy upstairs room and inally went out of the window I near died laughing 1I You must have thought it was funny Yes it reminded mo of how pa eta whon grandma is after him fouilon Post See tho Con go Farm advertise mon of first class fertilizers Buy owe and see your crops grow Bed rock price It is a little sad to think how aauy more things Paul Jones might nave done if he had only had the 135000 to work with that the ua iou is now spending on hii tombiMt Vernon Signal Parties desiring to rent tewing nacbinea for a month or more can get some at R H ChrUmans Fur ituro storo- Wollman has started for the North Polo Ho might just as well hays tayod at homo if he wanted to tea cold weather House to Rent A house is for rent on Center Street Eight rooms good barn and good garden Apply to J J Brannaman Berea Chicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanery represents this well known tailoring company in terea and will fit you to stylish lathing of the best materialand made to order at the most reason able prices See him before you order a ready made suit Tike HaKodak with You The Porter Drug Co necoarOunD +o+O+O+O+O+o +OO+O +O ho+O +C +o+O+O +OO O+O+O+o1 O + o+O+O 1At the UptoDate Grocery t YOU CAN BUY =the very bct and freshest Rood I get thuut fresh two o- rt this time a week no stuff that has been on hind t tStandard Sugar Carn06 1 Good Flour Oil 12IVery Best Flour a Best B anOt-t Brown Sugar 04 I tell a oomplulo line of llnwnro nil kinds of staple and t fancy rarle hardware hayall kinds seed potatoes mid will rued 1ranpt doilvury to all pnrla of cly- I o W D LOGSDON Prop tu+o+o+OO+O +O+OO+O+O+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O +O +O+O+O+O O+OT iiJ7 fIpII il Furniture is a NecessityI itYoumust have it to look and eel ibforthe winter There is no better to buy than now and we have M the things you need Kitchen Din i ingroom and Parlor Furniture BcdWroom Suites Desks Carpets i Shades Pictures etc W LOUIS 0 ESTERK Next to the Mill W Phone 93JEE EE ooo oGoooooooooooooooo 0 So hit Spring is I aid nlry1Jdywaat aew aad vpUdtt gnis ami we have tltat Coniiiting f wits for ata and g boys Shoes at all prices for men women and Children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and boys hats of latest styles and a full line of wens i g and womens Tarnishing goods Call andsee spring goods before buying ourI 8 Oar golden rule Treat your cwstowws ri f if yu xpsct their future patronage 0 S I 0 The New Cash Store I I MODUS GREeN t CO PROPRIETORS wi w QI I r l i VEWSITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER All Important Happenings Tin Have Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movement of Government Officials and Other Interesting Event Culled Condensed and Noted The first definite proportion for fur nUhlng money on n largo scaly to San FranclBcofjjr tho purpose ot roljiill 14m of tho burned sections wnl m ode public when it wag announce that a syndicate ot Now York COllltal lots had agreed to advance = 100000 000 Considering tho condition ot the clt an astonishing amount of building bal burn commenced In San Franclsc Tho new structures are all ono story fiames but they will bo sufficient for a time It Is difficult to toll exact how many temporary buildings aro bt lug erected but tho carpenters union reports 2000 men at work The losses In San MAteo count California resulting from tho cart quake can noror be approximated Praatlcally every building In tho tour I y suffered acme damage The loss oC life wee small In Half Moon bay a pointer and his two children were kill ML Tin heaviest looses were In Rod mond City whero the new 26001 curt house was almost totally do stroycd There have been 67G safes and vaults opened In Son Francisco nnd m not more than CO pot cent of thC60- Wtlro the contents found inlaet In many cases a pile of ashes roprecen od thousands of dollars worth of 10 Mints IM senate udoptod a resolution ap KfiBttug Messrs Charlttfl M AnrJer fin William Warner Franklin Mu dcy and Jaraos W Wadswarlh I man igera of the National wokllw tonic Uv n vote ot 113 to 18 oongroM de rlcIt to continue tho free dlstrlbutlo nf garden and flower seeds dcslro wee repressed to give the members of oungroM tho right of oleo MOM as to whether they would like garden scod or flak seed sueh nI wheat corn oath cotton aced etc ItuUd tho amendment was out of or eler The aerate paused tho army appr prlatlen Mil carrying nn approprli Nest ot about 74000000 PrMtdlnt Roosevelt signed the bill making an extra appropriation of 100060 for Mcuo land navy yard Ilt Ran Francisco and an appropriation of 76000 to meet emergencies In th post omen department In CAlifornia leUn Alexander Dowlo Is male In llttlo If any progress In regaining any foothold among his former follower In Zion City After flvo days and throe mooting In Shiloh temple th faithful aro still loyal to tholr nci leader General Overseer Wilbur Gltni Vollva Dowlos health scorns to bft Improving Ho walked about the platform while addressing the mectlni and seemed to bo steadily galnlnj irongth William H Browor Jr the foruio president of tho Washington Llfo In suranco Co Now York under arrest on Indictments charging perjury am making statements pleaded not guilty before Recorder Ootf A dispatch to the Exchange Tale crnph Co from St Petersburg sayi It la rcported that M Goremykln for mor minister of tho Interior will sue ceod Count Wltto aa premier Two hundred men calling thorn selves socialists attempted tomarcl through tho streets of Chicago Mayday under the red flag and woro pro vented by tho police under tho cOIn mand of Scrgt Michael Sullivan The men 200 strong started to Douglas park When tho column was passing the corner of Congress street and Og don avenue Edward Wladzllnskl un furlod his red flag nnd was at once placed under arrest Several of his companions attempted to take him from tho police Tho officers drew tholr revolvers Tho marchers gave way when the weapons woro drawn hut throw stones after tho patrol wag un that carried Wlndzllnskl away to tho police station As a result of pending litigation over tho control of Zion Citys financial af- faIrs tho colloKo and klndorgttrton tire to ho closed Indefinitely King Alfonso of Spain ant Princess Enn and Honry of Battcnborg arrived In London traveling In a motor car from Portsmouth Eight thousand men and Womon took part In labor demonstrations In Hydo Park London May day Com tiloto order prevailed John R Walsh lately president ot the Chicago National bank and the Homo Sayings bank both of which wero closed last November was hold to the federal grand Jury in a bond of J50000 which ho gave Walsh Is said to have saved a fortune of an von 6000000 from tho wreck of tho banks Tho committee of the International postal convention In session In Roma rejected the proposal of New Zealand for n universal twocent postage rate The provision was supported only by Iho delegates of Egypt and the Unit d States M 1 A tornado swept over parts of Drown Wise Denton and Qraysc counties Texas doing great damaE to crops and farm property Two por sons aro known to have been klllc and probably two others At tho vII Ingo of Qpwon In Wlso county ono houso was destroyed and u Mrs Parks was killed Two other occupants of the houso wero BO badly Injured that they may dlo At Stoney In Dentc county tho house of Joseph Foster was blown down on the family and tho ruins took fire Mr Foster and the children crawled out of the ruins sat but Mr Foster was pinned down b honvy timbers and before rescuers could get him out with an ax ho was so badly burned that ho died At Sherman u Methodist church was blow down and at Brownwood severe houses worn partly wrecked The plans of the great battlenhl Drcadnaught recently dlscrppearc from the navy deportment In London and a great scandal Is threatened Consternation reigns among official In some quarters suspicion It dlrccto toward tho United States as It ho been announced that the AmerIcan government Intended to build tho largest battleship afloat Ambassador Reid and Lieu tenin Commander John H Gibbons naval attache of the American orabasis lAndon emphatically deny the allcg tlon that the plans of the British bat lloshlp Drcadnaught were stolen I an official of tho Drltlsh admiral and sold to the United States The Americans thus far oustrlppo all other nationalities la the Olympics at Athens Great Drltaln only scorln throe firsts At a meeting of the executive coun ell of the American Bankers assoch tlon It was decided to hold tho 32d annual convention in 8L Louis The resignation of Count Wltto aa premier of Russia has been accepted Ho will to succeeded by M Goremj kin former minister of tho Interior Tho appellate division of the SU promo court of New York handed down a decision nlDrming the Inter locutory Judgment ordered by tho ape etal term against James H Hyde In the action brought by Mary S Young of Saratoga Springs against tho Equli able Life Assurance society and tho persons who have been directors there of during tho last three years All tho employee of the Iron foundries of Buffalo Depew Tonawandt Lqckport and Niagara Falls In Net York went out on a strike Thirty six corporations are affected and about 10000 employes are Involved The nat mal convention Daughters of tho Revolution closed with the den tlon of oflleers Mrs D P Ingraham New York was elected president fat net L 11111 ot Mirryland third vie president and Mlsa Tarqulna U Vest of Indiana fourth vlco president John M Rogers a wealthy citizen of Wilmington Del whoso printing offleo was raided by secret service of ficors was arraigned before United States Commissioner Mahaffoy on t thargo of rending lottery tickets out of tho state and In 1500 ball Tho rotchstag Berlin adopted ai amendment to a centlrsts motion Riving religious freedom throughout tho umpire to everyone Irrespective of creed and a socialistic amendment for bidding religious education or church attendance npklnst the wishes ot psr eax The ninehour day will be Inaugu rated In nearly all foundries In Clh clnnatl Covlncton and Newport There will bo no reduction ot wages In a fight which occurred in the vicinity of the Muluya valley Morocco with troops of tho sultan the pro tondecto the throno of Morocco lost 30 men In dead and wounded An adjournment was taken until May 1C In tho Patrick murder trial Now York In order to give District Attorney Jerome an opportunity tprepare affidavit In answer to thos Introduced by counsel for Patriclc Eleven persons wero badly and wme possibly fatally Injured In nn elevator In tho Wonderland building Toledo Tho cable parted and the car fell to the basement Every person in tho elevator was hurt and nil were taken to tho hospital The United States Trust Co of Now York elected Edward W Sheldon as Its president In place of Lyman J Gage resigned Mr Sheldon la a well known lawyer and had been for many years counsel for the corpora tlonGeorge Scrugham of tho Ohio Life Policy Holders association soya that from 100 letters sont out CG answer were received favoring change In mass agoment of the Now York Life and the Mutual Llfo of Now York In a collision between troops and voters nt UJbanya Konlgaborg Run gary a crowd stoned the soldiers In uring some of them whereupon the troops flrol A few wero injured but lono kllloJ At tho annual mooting of the Northern Assurance Co Aberdeen Scotland- It was announced that the companys total risk in the destroyed portion of San Francisco was a little over 2500 000A petition was flied In tho circuit court at Lexington Ky asking that tim American Reserve Dond Co bo placed In tho panda ot a receiver True bills were voted by the grand Jury against George McRoynolds head of the bankrupt grain llrm of McRoy nolds Co Chicago The amount Involved Is about 300000 Tho failure of tho McRcynolds Grain Co Involved assets of about 250000 and liabilities of about 800000 Officials of tho German and Russian health departments met to discuss measures to prevent the spread ot holora In tho future The city halt ai Chicago has been condemned as dangerous to the of Its occupants healthIi Representatives of both am American fire Insurance companies In Now York discussed united action to effect a compromise in tho ndjuetmen of losses by tho San Francisco fire Bocauso of exemption from loss b1 earthquake damages tho companies will ultimately pay from CO to 7G percent of tho aggregate amount at risk The Chicago mall train No 21 nn tho Chicago SL Louis express Nt 18 on tho Pennsylvania railroad run nlng at full speed collided near Clover Crock Junction Pa on Petersburg cutoff A few hours before 37 freIght cars had been wrecked at Union Flu nace on tho middle division 20 miles oast of Clover Creek Junction and nil trains ware being run around AI toona over tho cutoff A severe electrical storm passe over a largo portion of Northern Ohio In Cleveland thrco churches won struck by lightning and badly damaged several houses wore struck and somo unroofed and otherwise damaged by wind At Ixmiin lighting strucl the main mast of tho steamer Simon J Murphy In the dry dock Ono bun dred and fifty men wero at work on tho docks and 12 ot these wero ren dored unconscious William Dovln was seriously burned and may die J P Coates thread manufactui eta who have largo works In tho United States and Germany havo de- cIded to cancel their extensions In Scotland on account of local latcrfci onco between thorn and thnlr fomal employes and to build abroad Instead Excavations which had been bogus for a now mill to cost 1250000 wcr ordered stopped Northbound Texas Pacific pai scnger train No 53 was wrecked nt Sod UP La as tho result of a collision with a cow and calf The engine and nil conches except tho chair oar am sleeper woro thrown from the track Tho engineer and fireman wero killed two paBflcngcra seriously Injured am sovera others slightly hurt E A Rock camo to Cincinnati tram San Francisco whore he had boon ok valor man In onu of Iho destroyer buildings He got A similar position In Cincinnati He roelgnod this latter Job hurriedly upon receipt of 11 telegram from Buffalo advising bin that an aunt had tiled ticking him her heIr to a 100000 OItatetEfforts of the Conovor Creamer Co ot Dayton 0 to oontrol tin creamery business In1Irlo and Darko counties Ohio Is meeting 01 position It was announced that El dorado capitalists are orgonlzlug tc catabllsti an Independent concern a Eldorado Klo Sue Lunl Michigan unlvorsitj who spoke on The Mission of NoW Japan won tho Northern Oratorical league contest at Oberlin O Second place was awarded to Frank N Rued Northwestern university and thinl place to lidwnrd M McMahon WIs- consin university Two persons wore killed and two badly hurt In a rat hunt at FL Worth Tux W Roodor erected staging ir his crib and throw corn on tho stag Ing that the floor might bo taken lip to kill tho rats The staging col lapsed and tho rnt killers wore over whelmed by the corn Superior Judge Murasky who has been sitting oa committing Judge ol Insano persons at San Francisco since April 18 has passed on the sanity of S3 persons whoso tnlnas have been moro or less deranged by fright Tho sword of Gen Zebulon Plko was hung In tho historical department at the state houso at Denver It Is particularly Interesting owing to tho forthcoming celebration of the Pikes Peak centennial It Is admitted that a large portion of tho bonds for which Mrs W C Jutte la suing James Friend and F N Jloffstot In Plttsburg wero In the possession of Cassle Chadwlck Ifoft etot and Friend it is nlloged lost 500000 as tho result of Cassloa trIcksAs the result of n general shooting affray In n saloon in Birmingham Ala one Is dead and tho other Is Injured Tim fatal shooting Was dono by Harry Haynos Some fire Insurance men frightened by tho losses In San Francisco have started an agitation to mako the form of Insurance contracts more rigid lathe i future Russell Sago at tho age of 90 an flounces his retirement from further active business llfo In Wall street For 43 years ho has beon QUO Of the most nctlvo men In tho street and bo frowned upon vacations Secretary of tho Navy Charles J Bonaparte who Is Buffering from an attack of acute Indigestion Is reported as decidedly better Several hundred engineers employed- In tho coal mines near Duqualn 111 tralknd out Tho situation thus ere ited is regarded with considerable all prehension Tho detective department of St PC tersburg Bays It docs not know tho whereabouts of Father Gapon but iavo reasons to believe ho Is alive in Finland With reference to the personnel ot the navy It Is said that In January mat tho number In the navy was 31 147 Of tho 41000 men seeking enlist ment last year 28000 were rejected Jetting rid of the foreign element U the particular aim of the departments n result of this effort 95 per cant of tho petty officers are now citizens of the United States and 90 per cent of tho enlisted nun are naturalized A tornado four miles northwest of Canon Falls Wls blew down farm wildings and a school house School had been dismissed only n tow mitt Ues MAY NOT STRIKE SubCommittee to Confer With Anthracite Operators Expected That the Convention WIT Ratify Their Report and Vote For a Resumption of Work Be ginning May 14 Scranton Pa The report If the scale committee rccommondln the return of tho minors to work un der the anthracite con mmlsslons award was adopted by the convention aftor 55 minutes discussion Tho con volition adjourned until Tuesday to give the scale committee opportunity to confer with the operators Scranton Pa Nothing baa developed since the report of tho seal commltteo to disturb tho general be Hot that a strike of the nnthraclt miners has loan averted There seems to be overy assurance that tho sub scale commmltlce of tho organization which Is to have a conference with tho operators will bo assured by the latter that there will bo no dlscrlm nation shown In case tho men are or tiered back to work and that tho tern I tho agreement Is to last will bo read uponIcommittee is composed Mitchell tho three district presidents and the three district secretaries They will return tc I this city from Now York after the con terence and will report to the canyon tlon Tuesday morning at a special scs lion 11 Is expected that tho convcr i ion will ratify their report and vote for a resumption of work on Monday May 14 under tho award of tho an ihraclto strike commission I TWENTYONE INDICTMENTS Returned By Federal Grand Jury In- Land Fraud Cases I Portland Ore United State District Attorney W C Brlst hns mado public tho names of 21 Included In tho final and moat Impoi tant government land fraud Indict monts which have boon returned by tho present federal grand Jury which has brought to a conclusion Its hear dischargedI Hitch cock received a telegram announc ing tho Indictment ot 21 well known citizens at Portland Ore Inland casoa as told in a press dispatch from that city Mr Hitchcock staled that ho was exceedingly gratified with the result of the Investigation and that I the governments caso was consldera bly strengthened because of the heavy bond fixed by the court 4000 In each ease Ho said that It was tho Inten tlon of the department to secure a spcody trial of the cases If possible and that bo expected furthor reports from agonts In the middle western I states who are conducting an Invest gation along the same lines The Ir regularities charged are stated to bounder tho timber and stono act ISOLDIERS ARE BURIED Under Falling While Dynamiting San Francisco Wreckage San Francisco Tho first accident In connection with the dyna oiling of dangerous walls by the en Inocr of tho army took place Sunday I The engineers were working In the lowntown district Twice had dyna mile beon exploded under the facade of n tall ruin and a third chargo was being Inserted when tho wall toll Three soldiers wero burled but a mass of twisted Iron partly shielded them and only ono was seriously hurL Coroner Walsh after revising his list of victims ot flro and earthquake Informed Gen Greely that total number of cases handled by his ofllcc was 319 of which 134 wero Identified mid 185 unidentified This report shows 39 tower than given by a pro rlous count Several hundred frame buildings now appear among the dostroyed structures nnd foundations are being reparcd for ns many moro The slow iroccss of taking down standing walls with pick and shovel Is being employ lid by many merchants who are Imps lent to resume business I enator Beveridge To Speak In Paris Washington Senator Bevcrldge of Indiana has accepted time Invl anon to speak at tho annual banquet of tho American colony In Paris subjcctITOS invited some time ago to speak at tho celebration but he had deferred iccoptlng until now because of uncertainty ns to when congress would ad bourn More fig Moscow Moscow A lamb was thrown nt tho carriage of Vice Adm totigasoff governor general of Mos ow ns ho was being driven to the nlaco wounding him in tho foot and his nidedocamp and a sentry was tilled Sultan At It Again Constantinople The sultan has attempted to reopen discussion re ardlng tho Tabah affair but tho liUUh ambassador has declined to do so It Is reported that tho sultan wishes to submit the question U Thu Hague All Are Released Paris All the persons arrest ed recently for connection with the alleged royalist plot against tho ecurlty of the republic have been pro Islonally released Thus ends for mother time the Mey day eensaUouJ 1 STATE ODDS AND ENDS 0I A NEGRO GANG Surrenders To Posse That Threaten To Burn Their Cabin Hopklnsvllley Ky May 3Police men E T Daughcrly and Ames 11 a- den were shot and seriously wounde at the cabin of Charlie Layne colored where they had gone after dark with n warrant for the arrest of Wallac Layne also colored charged with a murderous assault on J W Reeves a planter for whom he worked Charlie Layno opened the door for the officers but ho told them he did not know where Wallace was Daugherty how ever saw some one standing bohln the door and as ho stepped forwar to seo who It was a shot was fired the bullet striking Daugherty In the right breast Ho Is In a critical condItion This Bhot was followed by several otl ers one of the bullets striking Office Hayden near the breast causing a bat flesh wound Hayden at once telephoned to town for help The posse arrived about daybreak and the noI groes wore ordered to surrender and a threat was made to burn the hous If they refused At this four colored mien John Roland Joe SprIngfield William Layne and Charles Layni filed out and surrendered SprIngfield I Is wanted In Elkton for alleged crimes There Is great excitement here over tho affair and threats of lynching are Indulged in COLLEGE PRESIDENTS SPEAK Southern Educational Conference Gets Down To Work Lexington Ky May 4Tbe Southern Educational conference got down to real work when President Robert C Ogden made an address to the delegates at Morison chapel This was followed by fa meeting of the state Cup rlntendentll of the south whIch was held in the auditorium at Woodland park Tho afternoon was giver over to the entertainment of the visit Ing delegates They were first treat led to an oldfashioned Kentucky bar at Woodland park after whIch they were taken In automobiles awl carriages to the various stock farms of the county The night conference was addressed by Dr Waltman Barbe of the University of Wast Virginia Dr Drown Tyers president of the Unl veraity of Tennessee Dr Charles W Kent of the University of Virginia Dr Charles D etcher president or the State Normal college of North Carolina IBUILDINGS WERE ROCKED Storm Strikes Bellevue and Tears Up Jacks Frightening Citizens Hollevoue Ky May 3The storm of Tuesday night appeared to have struck this city with unusual fury The buildings wero rocked by the wind frightening the occupants The fire alarm wires from Washington to- Ward avenue on Center street were I blown down and many windows were broken Chief Sclther and Fire Warden Brlnkman were engaged all day In repairing the damage done to the alarm system- REVOLVER I FELL FROM POCKET And SteelJacketed Bullet Passed En tlrely Through Daltons Body Hopklnsville Ky May 4It Dal ton was shot through the bowels and fatally wounded by time accidental dls charge of a revolver which fell from his pocket as ho was lying on acoucl at tho Elks club rooms Time bullet was steeljacketed and passed en tlrely through his body Dr Dalton Is associate owner of several large stone quarries prospective builder of a street car system hero and secretary of the commercial club I Finds Long Lost Brother Dead Lexington Ky May 4 After a sep aratlon of 35 years Thbs OConner arrived here to find that his longlost brother Peter OConner had died Monday I The OCom ers were born In Eng land Peter left the old country A few years later Thomas followed In search of his brother and traveled all over the United States Holland Is HeldI Newport Ky May tThe condition jf Edward Holland who was cut by in unknown mnn during a quarrel over the division of booty that tho po lice nllego they stole from the rest lence of Q H Waterman was so far Improved that ho could be brought to the Newport Jail Bought 2500 Acres of Timber ML Sterling KX May 4N H rlmble of this city has purchased 2600 acres of fine timber land In Menl tee county at G per acre All timber will be cut and sawed and the land developed ReceJver Goes To Take Charge Lexington Ky Mar 5James C- Roiers us receiver of the American Reserve Bund Co of Chicago gall fled as such and gave a bond Ir Uw iiitn of IJOOOOO and left for Cjlcas to tako charge of the books and as sets ot tbfc company Conference Closed Lexington Ky May 6The last day of the conference for education In mho south arrived It was crowded with addresses ahd social functions Tho conference hast een tho most BU J paoaful nf any In its ttlslrtv r KENTUCKY CONVICTS Will Work In Factory Next Year and Boost States Revenue I t Frankfort Ky May 31110 stato prison commission leased tho labor of CBO convicts at a price that will In crease tho revenue nearly 90000 a year The labor of these convicts has been leased to the Frankfort Chair Co for several years at 40 cents a day per man and the contract will explra next January The new prison commission advertised for bids for tho la bor of 650 prisoners beginning next January and the highest bid was tho Frankfort Shoe Co at 85 cents per day per man The FordJohnson Furniture Chair Cos lease some months ago bid C5 cents per day for 200 long term men 50 cents per day for two and three year men and 25 cents a day for crippled men and others who could not wrok a whole day The shoo com pany already works 400 convicts at 50 cents a day and their bid Is tho highest over made for convict labor In Kentucky It Is believed tho Ford Johnson Co will erect a big free labor plant here ae the Business Mens club will donate a stte- EXAMINATION POSTPONED Aaron McCabe and Alex Edwards Will Be Tried May S Lexington Ky May 6Aaron Mc Cabo a negro who Is charged with murdering Martin Clark a barkeeper at F P Greens saloon was arraigned for examining trial In the county court Alex Edwards who It la alleged accompanied McCabe and who is I under arrest as an accomplice was ar I raigned at tho same time The two negroes were handcuffed together and accompanied by a strong guard as a precaution against possible lynching As the accused had secured no coun i sal the examining trial was postponed until Tuesday May 8- IMPLORED THEM Not To Arrest the Friend Who Shot Him By MistakeILouisville Ky May 5C L Wilson i shot and probably fatally woundml apartmcntaIContra railroad and returned unex I pectedly to his room about 3 oclock in tho morning Wilson mistook him for a burglar Tho wounded man la- In a precarious condition the bullet having perforated his kidneys and spine Sopher sold It was an accident and Implored tho police not to arrest his friend FUNDS OF THE LODGE Are Withdrawn and Treasurer of Red Men Missing Ixnilsvllle Ky May 6Morrie M Harbison aged 33 salesman for tho Illinois Glass Co and treasurer for Hiawatha Tribe Improved Order ot Red Men Is missing from his home It has been discovered that the funds of the order amounting to 850 wero withdrawn from the American National bank by the missing man before his departure Mrs Harbison Is prostrated from grief The Fidelity and Casualty Co was surety for Harbi son GRANT RIGHT OF WAY Through Shelbyvllfe To Loulsvllla EalterntShelbyvllle Ky May 6The board of councilmen of Shelbyvllle granted n 99year right of way over Mala street from the eastern to tho western limits to tho Louisville Eastern Electric Railway Co for the purpose of constructing and operating an dine tile railroad Claim Metcaff Estate I Lexington Ky May 5Ihe identity ot the western claimant of the es late or tho late Col R B Mntcelfe the turfman was established when a petition was filed by Mrs Vienna Met alfe the widow and others whichysays Mrs Winnie Heldtman and H V C Heldtman her husband and Mrs Ellen Gillian and R A Gillian her husband residents ot Wheeler Ore are tho heirs Heart Exposed Louisville Ky MAT 2 Although so terribly mangled that his heart was i exposed Edgar Dateman lived five hours after being Injured in an elevator of tIle Amettean Tobacco Co plant Wreck rri Springfield1 Springfield Ky May 4The noon train was wrecked bore soon after It left the depot nod Just before It reacts jIMI the turn table The engine jump- edi lobo track caused br the switch not letos property opened On Abandoned Island zo Sharps arg Ky May 6On an is J kind considered worthless at the mouth ot Prickly Ash creek Cateli Snedesar raised 1783 pounds of toMe co whIch sold for 33195 marc thna five times tho values of the lal oa which tl was grown 1 dLexingtoncamo hero by long distance telephone I to the effect that the spiral ranil Jury at St Louis had returned nine In dlctments against oWcIals ot Vu 1t iAmnrlrnn Reserve BQnd Co I Par I ap 11jMADISON COUNTY 11 ARTS May tMiss Nora Hammond t Disputnuta visited the Misses Lake Saturday 0 M Payne was in town Saturday on business Harry Mc Clure will soon leave us and go to Fulaska county whore he well work all summer We wish him much success and a profitable jobMr nd Mrs W D Lewis visited R L Richardson TuesdayA C Hart went to Rod Lick Saturday to visit his father iuluw Mr Humphrey A- zbillJ W Lake has returned from Fox Town KyMary Collins and Daniel McQueen were married at the hides home lust week They thou went to their homo near White Hall Ky 1VIIITKS STATION May uJ R Maupin was the guest Sunday of Warren Elkins Harbor Smith and Farris Maupin went to Slate Lick and Mallory Springs Sunday on their bicycles Miss Coolie McWilliams is expecting her cousin Miss Bonnie Hockaday from Missouri to spend the summer with herThomas Leo Maupin ticket agent at this placeMr an Mrs John Cochran spent Sunday with Frank Brown and family Miss Nanny Ballard ot Richmond was the guest last week of Miss Lucy Cochrnn Mr and Mrs Jack Twigg are expected back shortly from Flor ida where they have been spending the winter JACKSON COUNTY ATCOUN May 2We had a good rain yes terday and last night which was neededvery badly Died April 27 Lunt Vina Richardson who was about JO years old She was buried on the 8lh at the W B Perry graveyard Rev J W Parsons of Asbury 5Med his regular appointments Sat irday and Sunday at Drip Rockand Davis churches and baptized two young mOl Sunday at the pondnear A H Williams i J P Logsdon vas here recently looking for hogs I T Alcorn of Drip Rock was i re yesterday on business Miss Biuda Davis contemplates paying a visit to some relatives at Hamilton 1 in the near future Circuit court ouvenes at McKee next Monday slay 7 HUGH- May 7Farmers this way are all ehind with their cropsRev James Parsons preached at the Owsley Fork chool house Friday night on his wayI to White Springs and Kerby Knob Born to Mrs Kerby a fine girl It is wet weather for the tanbark Robert Hale sold sixteenSeders hogs last week for 00ILewis Parks from Cincinnati is vis iting his parentsJ A Parks hasI purchased a floe horse for 116 Misses Bessie and Lillie Powell vis itedrelatives at Mote Wednesday As Alex Perry returned from taking pictures he stopped at George Hel ards and helpedeat a fine lot of fish which Mr Hellard had caught in Horse Lick creek Peter Carpenter f Red Lick passed through this vicinity last week buying hogs Robert Benge visited his daughter at Droyfus Sunday Mrs Alex Benge ii visiting Mrs Curt Bongo who is on the uick list EVKHGIIUKV May 9Green Lake and Grover Drew went to Wildie this week on business Anios and Polly McCol urn of Indian Creek visited Pine Grove SundayMr L B Martin cays the mice broke into his store and packed off all his peanutsMrs Alice Jones made n flying trip to MoKee Saturday Bob Rose and family have been visiting friends on Big Hill recently T S Drew re cent1Yllolda mare for lODorn IiJuckj wishes to all the readers of the CitizenIKKIllIY KNOll May GWe were glad to have ruin but there has been so much this plantingThorehere on the morning of the 2d which leveled fences and blow down trees blonday11fbere goodiayspleasant day talking cooking und quilting M DL Broiighton of Lrassfield was in this vicinity Tues day night and Wednesday on bllsiI ness There is a now baby at Mr I and Mrs Curtis Bakers Hiram Williams has returned from Illinois Mr and Mm Walter Williams who wont from this place to Illinois some months ago write they expect to make Kentucky their home anoth er yearMrs Dr Baker has been ill for some timeRev James Par sons filled bis appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday and also at White Spring We are glad to read a letter in the Citizen from J R Engle of Texas and also from Mrs G W Bratchor of Indiana We hope to hear from thorn often and not only from them but from all of our old Kentucky friends null rel atives The mumps are still in this vicinity Frank Jones and Aaron Williams have just recovered Mar tha Chick has them and has gone to stay with Mrs Harden Azbill n few days for the sake of her parents and two brothers at home Elden Bilk er began work for James Chick this morning and will continue for awhilo Born to Mr aud Mrs Thomas Hays a boy CLOVER BOTTOM May 7Rev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday at White SpringS A Engle went to McKee court today on business Curtis Lane has been on the sick list for a few days Charlie anddJane Sparks received a letter from her daughter Mary in Hamilton 0 She says she is well satisfied and improving in health Gordon Dean and Curtis Lane have been swapping mulesH No Dean is building a new house for himself Henry Bradley and J Lawson are making crossties for I F Dean Jack Frost has made his appearance again We hope it may not be severe enough to kill the peaches DOUltll LICK May 7We are having some very rainy weather here now getting most people behind with their crops George Sparks filled his regular ap pointment at Goochland last Sunday F C Jones visited General Martin Sunday night and on his return home he fell into the creekUev Pan Winkle filled his regular appointment at Pine Grove last Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CA RTBIn3YJ LLK May SMrs Alt Roborson has been visiting her daughter Mrs W M Smith for a few days Mrs S is mproving Miss Dora Boain is vie ting her aunt Rhoda Wylie of Wal laceton this weekR C Boa in and wife were the guests of Mr and Sire J G Clark Sunday Huston Rob erts and wife visited their cousin Mrs Murrell of Wallaceton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Murrell is ill with consumption and is not ex ected to live longMr and Mrs J B Carter have returned from xmisville Fanners in this vicinity- are going to be late in getting their crops plantedSome people hereabouts have sheared their sheep and upbisfarmer ought to raise a bunch of sheep There are just hundreds of little chickens in the country now Prospects are good for plenty of fruit if this cool doesnt kill it Gardens are rookingweU since the Ino rains have been coming WORMSAll chile dren com frequently headaches backache that thrl- lstomach hurt IIand that they I This ntteetg- ood IIIcon dition Is a- common one and the- trouble U almost Invariably duo to pin worms i havent the strength to com bat their ills and Indispositions without the aid of some medicine Dr CaldwellsLaxatlea Syrup Pepsini- s an unfailing harmless and absolute cure for worms stomach and bowel troubles and can be used as freely for either baby or the bigger child as for full grown folks I If your child seems indisposed fever lab fretful peevish and all out of sorts these are symtoms of worms One dose ofDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN directed the dejected condition will vigorDRCALDWELLS i can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if It doe tyouYourpostaerdrepuetwmbrlarb return i mill our new booklet DR CALDWELL3 BOOK OP WONDERS and tree to those who ban tuvtr tried this woodwhjl fadr Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CX- IMoatletilo lilteela For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY May 7Pet Gadd of Rockford visited J M Bullen on business Thursday A Alexander has been on the sick list this weekJ J Hamilton ot Rockford visited J M Ballon of Conway this wcekRm P F Bryant filled his regular pointment at Scaffold Caue Sjhn n- and Sunday Ed Sexton will have an old fashioned logrolling Tuesday James Linwell of Berea joined tho Baptist church ut Scaffold Cano Sunday and was baptized the same afternoon by Rev P F Bryant Robert Lutusof Hamilton 0 visited home folks at Conway this week ItOCKFOIlll Mu 7Quito a large crowd at tended church and Sunday school at Scaffold Cane Sunday Tho mar riage of Ely Bullen one of Rockcas ties best young moo to Miss Susie datoIJturned from Illinois JE McGuiro and wife attended church at Brush Creek SundayMr and Mrs W H Linville went to Conway Sunday Allen Williams of Berea attended churbh at Scaffold Cane Sunday Robert Lutes has returned from Hamilton 0- OWSLEY COUNTY OA1II1AU1 PJantlingBarritt is very poorly at this writing Mr and Mrs Lewis Stamper visited relatives at this place last week Rev Geo Miller of Meadow Creek preached at tho Midway school house at the mouth of Cow Creek last Sun dayBony Callahan has the meas les James Becknoll of Meadow Creek passed through here last Thursday on his way from Buffalo Jos R Gabbard and John R Moore visited friends and relatives ou Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday C B Gabbard had a corn planting Satur day nicirrowN May 5Tho dry weather which bas been hindering the farmers about plowing has now changed to wet and plowing is going on successfully John Meson had a fine cow die on Thursday Tho school at Buckhorn has closed and those who have been attending hool thero are at home now Somo expect to take the exam inatlon and try to teach this fall It is one of the most responsible occu pations ono can outer But wo need good toachors Miss Ella Garrett returned last Saturday from Buck Creekwhore she line been visiting for some time John Williams of Buffalo successfully kidnapped and married the daughter of Thomas Frost lost Tbursds W A Gab bard had a logrolling Wednesday- and cleaned up his new ground for planting Our Sunday school is making good progress nearly one hundred in attendance lost Sunday Arthur Garrett was elected leader of singing Song books are now need edOur debate was held Friday f night and the subject Resolved that the cow is more benefit to the human family than the hurso wits debated the affirmative winning Af ter tho debate was over the cry of fire was hoard and it was found that Uncle Jim Bakers house which ho had vacated had caught fire It burned down ILLINOIS NEWS XOKOJJIS MONTflOMHIlY COUNTY May IWo are having fine Iitbefore Juno 1Miss Eula McGuiro and Mrs Eilio Phillips wore shopping in Nokomis Saturday Tbe Sunday School at Nokomis is pro rCS8in- gnicelyMr Thomas and MIR Etta Finely visited Mrs W A Phillips I Thursday J C McGuire attended the election Saturday iioritii Ni otjiAS COUNTY May 7Wo are having fine wea thor at this writing The farmers are still hustling round to get done planting cornThe grain elevator of Chestorvillo burned down lost night with thirty thousand bushels of corn in it A stable also burned They are still fighting the fire to keep the rust of the town from being destroyed All tho property is heavily insuredGarrett a little town near here was burnt up last week There were three oaloonn in Garrett and these wore tho first to- bUrDD C Martin and J B Van Winklo went to Chestervillo today to see the Charley Phillips and A McGuire of Goochland Ky are working for W IL Lewis this yoarWe are sorry to learn that W R Martin is on the sick list A good square piano for sale or rent at Cbrismans the furniture man Buckeye Fertilizers youhaveFertilizers at the Farm Barn Berea College Prices right IDAHO LETTER Stiles Idaho April 27 To the JWHor of The Cltlien 1Will you give spaco in your paper for a letter from n former student nnd a render of your most valuable paperMy wife tardily and I started hontoycamo y we secured our tickets to Stiles Ida j ho They mgt 114 and on Thursday at 210 p m we boarded the L N and started on our long jour soy west Wo passed Frankfort and wont along tbo beautiful Kentucky river for some distance and arrivedat Lot isvillo Ky at 050 pm There wo changed cars for the Henderson rou o to St Louis Mo Croflsin the Ohio river wo crossed the beau tiful farming state of Indiana to the Wabash river and after crossing that stream we soon found ourselves speeding our way across the most magnificent state of Illinois We arrivedat St Louis at 740 a m Friday where we changed cars for Billings Montana on the Burlington routeSt Louis is a beuutiul city situated in the Mississippi valley and has a magnificent depot Wo started from union depot nt 800 a iu Friday nnd after follow the Mississippi for more than ling miles wo crossed tilt Missour Then running along the left bank of tho Mississippi for moro I than one hundred miles we came to the beautiful city of Hannibal Mo We left the Mississippi at this place on a parallel to tho city of Cameron situated in the beautiful valley of the Grand river Thence we wont to St Joseph on the Missouri river and at 1 oclock a m Saturday wo arrived at Lincoln Nebraska 011I the Loup river the northern branch of the Platte river were soon great herds of cattle feeding on grass from under the snow After passing through the Saud Hills which was tho most desperate place I over saw wo arrived nt Alliance which is n beautiful city situated upon a plateau in western Nebraska Beyond Alliance the snow was 110 whore to be seen until we arrived at I the Black Hills in South Dakota After leaving Alliance the next town was Berea which peomed to bring to us the remembrance of our school days at Bores Ky Boron is a nice town situated in a beautiful grove of pines At 610 n m wo arrived nt Doltz S D a town situated Upon n plateau surrounded by beautiful scenery Just before we arrived nt tho Wyoming line wo saw the mining camps of tho Black Hills and at some dis tance could see tbo mountains cur eredwith snow We soon arrived at Toluca Montana where one changes cars to go to the Yellowstone National Park Wyoming- I hope that my friends at home will be BO interested in reading this as to subscribe for tho Citizen to get the remainder of my journey which I will toil through the columns of your paper Tho next letter will tell of our journey across tho Rocky Mountains anil the great prairies of the west Yours truly O B MooR See the College Farm advertise ment of firstclass fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock pricesr IA Paint Problem JJFaint either spreads well looks well nnd wears well or it dont Wear IM what determines real paint value Any practical painter will tell you that a paint live only as long as the oil theta in It lives The oil is the life of paint Dead Oil Dead Paint HAflflAR CONDENSED PAINT- It ii not a readymixed paint It comes tol you in condensed J tho driers everything necessary In It ex buy pure raw linseed oil and do your own mixing Sure of pure oil that waynot other wise One gallon of pure raw linseed oil and ono gallon of Hammar Con densed Paint will cover more area wear longer and give better results than any other paint little Thats strong talk but is strong paint One gallon of Hammar Paint one gallon of linseed oil will cover COO square feet of surface with two coats wont come off Guaran teed to stick for five years or nosey back Sri han the Axetuilve teener for nam tnar Paint In thus placer come In come day hffore you paint and let us ten you why Hammar II the beat paint and chow you how you can cave at lent lax on your nutpaint bill J p BIOKNELL Berea Ky PREfACEJ exhibits 1Isimplicity The PatriotsBy TOWNSEND BRADY Authof chapterintake Virginia and Southland I There love vein most andstoryxsweetest sentiment pages Illustrated Colors 150 J UwAratd rnu tywl1 edtbAwlrutrfvrai- JDODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 fifth York WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRIN- GI watch and jewelry repairing the rates at m store on the laceton Pike out- I will also repair sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL rHOUSES RENT Boron College hiss a tow desirable to in Harm of thorn with barn Ranlim Inquire of the Treasurer weekday to 12 n in or 8 to 4 p in p Rock A strictest all Medicine FROM THE every 4 a great a character o Lee has been somewhat lost in the study hit earner but it glowi with that anti noblanti true The of the South the chacleruliaof be followed la beloved In lib greatness hit he u aa on la true manhood for Amerkath world creo L CYRUS Tho Southerner dc to up arms for the q is a dual of the tender the In ertw4 I Avenue New I do for Wal one mile TO houses rout eotno nod any U5 tight I C F Hanson EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER B R Robinson All malls promptly attended tonight and day- Telephone No I Bares Frtlllar- C C Ithodus sells fertilizer too A good stock ora good article See him boforo buying SUmrcer This Slarnmer IN COLORADO M Many people put aside all thought of an outing in Col orado because they are accustomed to this greatest of American playgrounds as one of those im possible things means Time was when a visit to the top of the Continent was a great luxury as high in price M in altitude but not so today Yeuein spend the Summer or a put of the Summer in Cotendo and live as reasonably as you at home and the quick service and low tourist and excursion rates afforded via Rock Island lines fcrlrig tbe RotUes wilhtn your easy Island System I I LICENSED Successor 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