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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4f+FaI+MI+ihl iIFH- EltEA F L E EntmI 01 Ms Po ciaee VOL VII Five Cents n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 17 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 48 j J TAKE NOTICE The Grout Irish Orator M J Fanning willspeak in Borca 200 and P M Friday May 25 Subject Temperance and Temperance Laws Admission free Collection for the cause COMMENCEMENT JUNE iGreat speakers inspiring music homespun fair Let everybody plan to come to College for one dayl IDEAS lie that is slow to anger is hotter than the mighty and ho that ruloth hie spirit than tie that laketh a city Provo 1032 Quit yourselves like men apeak up strike out If necessary for what oarer h true and manly and lovely sad of good report never try to be popular but only to do your duty and help othera to do theirs mayleaveyou found it and BO bo doing good which no living soul can motiRure to generations yet unborn Hughes IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The sensation of the week has been the Presidents message to Con gress in regard to the breach of law by the Standard Oil trust and action hau already been begun against the trust for such offences Commiaaion or Garfield reports that there has been no time when the trust has not been taking rebates from the rail roads This may bo what has atirred the Senate up to replace the im prisonment clause in the Rate Dill Even Aldrich the father in law of Standard Oil voted for thia amendment The paper trust has at last sur rendered tho its officers threaten to reorganize in some other wayso an to beat the law Tho former president of the trust hne said some vicious things about the yellow journals that have fought the trust It ro minds us of Governor Folks saying that All laws look blue to ono who wants to break them fairlyradicalBill Either tho Senators have soon a great light or they have put an ex ploaive into the law that will destroy it when It is brought before the pM8hateeems io be honestly striving to do something for the country Now if it will pass the law for removing the revenue from denatured alcohol used is manufacturing suit lighting it may convince the people that it is capable of unselfish action occasion allyThere is a deadlock in the entire Committee on Intoroceanic Canals over tho question of the type of canal to bo recommended Senator Car mack of Tennessee has telegraphed ThisIwhether the vote by telegraph should be counted Tho Committee voted to adjourn to Wednesday Carmack baa been making the fight of his life for the Senatorahip FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Russian Congress has met The Emperors speech was short but the members of the lower house seemed to think there was too much of it even then and there was no applause Tho radicals wanted to demand an amnesty proclamation ut once but tho Constitutional Demo crats managed to sidetrack the roe olution by skillful parliamentary practice Tho Polish deputies havo autonomyThiegus far art outbreak hoe boon avoided Tho Sultan has backed down and agreed to evacuation of Tnbah and the appointment of a commission for boundaryBIto Sir Nicholas OConor the British Ambassador and tho latter has in slated on complete satisfaction wing given before the expiration of tho limit set by tho British note The Madrid newspapers of May signstorteshave accepted the shares in tho State Bank of Morocco which have been allotted to them tho United partlclpato1TI mix in tho Morocco business except when naked to act as an advisor In tho British Houso of Commons laud week Mr Bellulra a Liberal stoPfiogIieginst attack by any two powers aad both could reduce their arma swat w I t maamatterTHE ITIZEN ADDRESS A Of Dr James Robertson of McDonald College At a Special Meeting at lerea College Chapel the Night of Friday May 4 Dr Robertson spoke as follows Mr President Ladies anti Gentle mobTo bo perfectly frank I came hero for my own pleasure Some times the path of pleasure and the path of duty lio within tbo same hedges It so happens on this occa lion When I first found I could como to Kentucky I promised myself the Eleaauro of seeing Berca and of see best that Boroa hadIn its young mon and young women who were striving to qualify themselves to live out the largest nnd happiest and moat useful lives they could in this wonderful country which is to bo yours when you are ready to enjoy it I believe lawn moro of the out doors hero than half tho people who own tho land I think I took more of that scenery into my heart and shall curry its glory through lifo and comp people think it common place and get no uplift and no inspi ration from the Lords handiwork the drapery of the sky with cloud the picture of Iho cattle on a thou and hills in their grace and strength and quiet repose I own that now comingdowncountryside with mo What more can you make of it than I dor You may grow wheat and corn but I shall get wheat and corn at homo And BO I have enriched myself in capturing this land without making you any poorerl And I am delighted that you have such a good country I hope you will make tho best use of it It would bo an awful mistake for young men to bo born into the glory of that inheritance and then to go spirittoowes mo a living for a lad to como into one of these farm homes to look out on men and bravo hearted women who first camo into tho wil derness and hewed out those homes and then say Oh it matters not whether I do anything or not the world owes mo a living and Im bound to have it Such a lad as that may have life everything that his ancestors could leave except their spirit and that is tho best and choicest inheritance you can have I from these who have gone before you Ono of your countrymen came up our way at ono timo anti told this story Our people were making the most of the land there but they wore not doing quite as much as he thought they might do they were mighthavoperhaps they should have behaved a little loss kindly to their neighbors mighthaveho would tell them a story about a lIoyThisstraw hat shirt front open and ono noliII l Justlikeheaity and self possessed A man coma along on horseback asking tho way to some place I rather think it was Richmond but wont he sure the name has slipped me But this man on horseback was a sight to the boy because of the kind of horse ho preacherInwho bad no use for this horso spa I overykindtho minister for his charger Well as the minister came along be said to tho boyIIWhicb is the road to Richmond f The boy was so ab sorbed in the attempt to find a place on tho animal for another blemish that ho did not hoar tbo man Wake up boy Wake up wake upl Which is the road to Richmond f The boy woke upOhoh who are you f Well Im h follower of the Lord Which way do I go to Rich mond f Tho boy went back to tho horse Oha follower of the Lord Well it doesnt make any difference which way you toke youll never catchup with him on that horse So you may have tho best laud for agriculture and that inheritance but unless you make the boat of what you are and may be you will never catch upon anything I am glad to find you have such a good college with a history thats worth cherishing But every college deIpendsnoton purpose of tho people I wonder why you all camo here r If you came for the same object and with tho same aims as the ntudeut who spoke on your behalf then I wish you Godspeed in every subject on which you griud your mind on which you try to improve and develop your intelli gence For some lads come to school to escape having to do hard work Some lads como to school to bo able to got tho nice soft easy positions Another goes into the school to get education in order that he may slip through lifo easierwhich means to do as little work as possible and get as much as can be gotten Poor way Still others think education consists in being able to do the marvelous and stunning things Wo had a doctor up in our country like that He was always showing off that he had a college degree and could use big words Ho camo to see a sick boy and instead of telling the boy exactly what he wanted he said Boy ex tend your lingual organ please The boy did not know until that time that he was guilty of having a lIug ual organ and oa the doctor did not explain the boy kept his mouth shut Madam said thus learned doctor turning to tho boys mother Wont you please convey to tbo understand- Ing of your youthful offspring what I have told him f And she said Johnnie mouth and run out your locker for the doctor I And BO Johnnies tongue went out The mother was really educated and I could use her education to help the boy And that is tho meaning of- educationto be able to help people help people into happiness into usefulness into the larg citizen ship in your own land Now I want to say only n few things more about education I was conversing lately with an old mad who has made a heap of money in our country anti he was complaining a good deal about tho conditions of life now not being as good as when ho was a boy Sometimes when an old man is sick and in some pain he begins to think life is not what it used to be but I fully believe it is far better now than ever before we are going toward tbo light There is that verso in the bible The evening and the morning were the flint day not tbo morning and the noon and then tho gradually increasing dark ness but the evening and the morn ing were tho first day That is the kind of life we should bo living in this land of promise and light and glory But the roan said It seems hustlingforto get all you can for yourself I think that old man was quite mis taken Instead of that course of pro ceodure tbo course for you is that of education education that helps a boy to make the most of his body I think in the first place of body I learned more by training wild colts by shooting and by fishing than I did by any other sort of manual train ing or body training I got So you mountain follows ought to be cap able and strong broad shouldered self possessed Its worth a lot to have that kind of education- I sat in a theatre in London when Henry Irving was playing there A little souvenir had been put into all tho seats Be self possessed thats the true art of living but make possessingfirstthats havingcleanto look any man or woman in tho face and to live out tbo life God in tended you to live nobly filling your place serving aad lifting up the weakand helping on this good cause in making this land of liberty and freedom a land whero righteousness shall prevail and where justice shall Always be tempered with mercy not exacting the last because it is your duty but giving because you are strong and willing to help more than the other descrvCftIMore than that the complexity of life demands more of us now I tbink if I bad lived two thousand years ago what an easy time I should bcvo had of itl They had a delight fat time a real good old time those old follows Now you have all kinds of microbes and bacteria and album inoids and other bugs in your books till you are a little sorry there is such a lot of things Lot me show you what I mean I ran a creamery for the government at one time In the Northwest plains and the farmers wife could keep the milk quite sweet for five days It was a now freshcountry and there were but few of the germs that sour tho milk But after tho creamery ran two years the cream had to como in every two days and was sometimes sour then Germs had come iwitb civilization It is harder to keep up with a complex L c civilization More energy and alert ness is needed for you have a more difficult life to live You are getting your training now for that life there fore pay every heed to your studiesIto clear heads that corIrectlyout your life to its largest measure with happiness to yourself and bless ing to your neighbors Ono point more if you educate n lightflnsteredmako him clever and quickwitted what have you if you stop there r Only an exceedingly capable rascal an exceedingly Clever rascal with a wily supple body and a mind fit for any ingenuity But if you educate a mans spirit to believe that he ought to be tho largest and best that la man can be then you havo a well goodheartlldlife blessing to himself and others Now a few words to those of you maybeabout the schoolhouse I like Dr Frosts remark that the old log schoolhouse was good But I began to think of this It is said that once upon a time there was a stato of affairs when the priests of a certain people had only wooden chalices humble and lacking in art lacking beautyAnd perity came and everything was flourishing and they had chalices of gold And it was said that when tho chalices wore made of wood they had golden priests and when tho chalices were of gold the priests had all become wooden men Dont trust thobigbeautifulgchoolhouse wooden teacher lacking in heart In spirit and in soul The gold must be in you and with you if you are to lilt up the hearts of the young chil dren I remember some years ngo in England I wont to see the Derby the great horse race I suppose it is not wicked to go to a horse race I never could see that it was especially if your horso came out ahead But there at tho Derby wore young colts under three years old eighteen start era on one great track trained for less than three years and tho race of a milo and a half run In less than three minutes Those eighteen colts came thundering down whore I was I can hear them pounding still and the one that won the Derby came in ahead in the last two seconds His thoroughness brought him out ahead in just the last three great leaps A goodmany young people will stick to a thing until they are near tho end and then let go when just the last bit was needed to make it right Somo years ago I gave a small sum in prizes to school boys who would pick the biggest heals of the oats and wheat and sow them again and get bettor crops Then I asked one of my friends for 10000 to give for prizes Ho gave tho money That was n big sum but it is a big country We go onesixth of the way around the globe We havo more laud than you have but Canada is bigger than the States in every way I am reminded of one of your mOll who said your groat country stretched from the aurora borealis way down to some constellation in the south and from some distant skypoint in the cost through to the end of the second day after the day of judgment in time west Still we have a big country up there So I bad these 430 boys pjcking the biggest heads anti sowing the seedand getting bettor crops And all this started in the schoolhouse Now I have a nephew named Alfred I Wheaton and he was in this compe tition and he had come out first for two years and the prize was to be 100 He was a rather easygoing chap and he just failed to pick out the big heads of the crop for the third year and when it was reaped he could not find the big heads and so lost the 100 prize He was going to school then I sent him to college for two more years and there ho did the very same thing never finished things quito as he ought towas not thorough enough I said Alfred youd better go and begin to earn a living I have mothered you long enough though bis mother was still living I am making you so that you depend upon other people anti are not thorough in yourself That was five years ago The other day I had a letter from him My dear uncle Now I see I am sorry I was so slack sorry I was BO careless and now I have earned enough money and I am going to put myself through college and I will dot my ts and all the rest after this Took him five years to learn that If you young people will learn that lesson now it will save you much in the futureL- CONTNUED ON EIQUTU AQEJ T A I Family Newspaper 3 1 Eight Pages tiIld 1111111111 H 1111 N III II tt= oI tx- I Money in the 1- t Bank 4 Gives you a feeling of independence and1 security that adds to your good cheer brings contentment and makes your whole life eaiertolive f These A happy results do not require big balance I Every r dollar saved and deposited is just that much more placed between you and the ever possible time of need 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Flour o 55 Meal Jfvi t t 25 r Dry Salt feat s 08 and 00 I Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 12IvorySugar brown 01 Sugar granulated 05 Studebakor Wagons and Oliver Plows and it looks like J everybody atWELCHS j atokokokokotokoKokokororoKoKokokokofovorokororokoroeoo il Jto 1 I MARRIED 1 Jo J o j o cIt If you are married to any one o i i merchant just come to me and ItIIt 0 fme price through the different lines io c- i andsee it you cant find cause o f J to o 01f0 o c0 o x0 It k- o g i o x l- oIt to i Ae Pe SETTLE Jr CP0 o cIPhone 40 o i tielloitottoitottoitokoitottoltailotaoitoMoNokalto tobaokdtoxcUolto to a 1 L irI i + w R 11r Under the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYMAN Ooprrtfbt UM b1 8UBl j I wpee4 CHAPTER IX CONTINUED I dont believe It I said bluntly but r felt the check and fell to earth The man cannot speak No but ho has managed to tell Ui that be will guldo us to the placo we want the captain answered dryly The whip If It cannot find a man a tongue can find him wits What II more 1 think he wilt keep his word he continued with a hideous smile For I warn him that If ho does not all your heroics aball not eave him Ho Is a rebel dog and known to us of old and I will Hay his back to the bonesay until we can see his heart beating through his ribsbut 1 will have what I wantIn your teeth too you dd meddler Steady steady I said somewhat sobered f SAW that he was telling me tho truthtIne Is going to take you to M de Cochefurefs biding place Is ho Yes ho Is tho captain retorted offensively Havo you any objection to make to that Master Spyr None I replied But I shall go with you And If you lire three months I shall kill you for that name behind tho barrack at Auch M lo Capllalne Ho changed color but he answered me boldly enough I dont know that you will go with us That Is as wo please he continued with a snarl- I have the cardinals orders I said sternly The cardinal ho exclaimed stung to fury by this repetition of the name The cardinal beDut the lieutenant lay his bands on his lips and stopped Mm Hush ho said Then more quietly Your par don lit le Capitalne Shall I give or ders to tho men to fall In t The captain nodded sullenly Take him down tho lieutenant ordered In his harsh monotonous voice Throw his blouse over him and tie his hands And do you two Paul and Lebrun guard him Michel bring the whip or be may forget how It tastes Sergeant choose four good men and dismiss the rest to their quarters Shall we need the horses the tier geant asked I dont know the captain an swered peevishly What does the rogue say Tho lieutenant stepped uP to himI Listen he said grimly Nod If you mean yes and shako your head IfI you mean no And have a care you answer truly Is It more than a mils to this place The place you know 01 They had loosened the poor wretchs fastenings and covered his back lIeI stood leaning against the wall his mouth still panting the sweat run ning Town his hollow cheeks his lunI ken eyes were closed a quiver now and again ran through his frame The lieutenant repeated his question andI getting no answer looked TOundCorj orders The captain met the look and crying savagely Answer will you you mule struck the halt swooning miserable across the back with his switch The effect was magical Cov ered as his shoulders were the man sprang erect with a shriek of pain raising his chin and hollowing his back and In that attitude stood an Instant with starting eyes gasping for breath Then he sank back against the wall nnVlng his mouth spasmod rally IIi ice was the color of lead Dlaole I think we have gone too tar with him the captain muttered Bring some wine the lieutenant replied Quick with It I looked on burning with Indigna tion and wondering besides what would come of this If the man took them to the place and they succeeded In seizing Cocheforet there was an end of the matter as far as I was con Cerned Jt was off my shoulders and I might leave the village when pleased nor was It likely since he would have his man though not through mothat the cardinal would refuse me an am nesty On the whole I thought that things should take that course and assuming the Issue I began to won der whether In that event It would necessary that madam should know the truth I halt a kind of a vision of a reformed Boraulti dead to play and purging himself at a distance from Za tons winning perhaps a name In the Italian war and finallybutp- sbawb I was a tool However be that as It might It was essential that I should see the arrest made and I waited patiently while they revived the tortured man and made their dispositions These took some time so that the sun was down and It was growing dusk when we marched out Clon going first sup ported by his two guards the captain and I following abreast and eying one another suspiciously the lieuten ant with the sergeant and five troop ers bringing up the rear Clan moved slowly moaning from time to time ind but for tho aid given him by the wo men with him must have sunk sown again and again He went out between two houses tore to the Inn and struck a nar eon track scarcely discernible which ran behind other houses and then lunged Into the thickest part of the food X blBipl person traverstaa the covert might have made such t track or pigs or children Rut It Wal tho first Idea that occurred to us and It put us all on the alert The captain carried a cocked pis tol I held my sword drawn ant kept a watchful eye on him and the deeper the dusk full In the wood the more cautiously we went until at last wo came out with a sort of a Jump Into a wider and lighter path I looked up and down it and saw before roe a wooden bridge and an open meadow lying cold and gray In the twilight and I stood In astonishment It was tho old path to the chateau I I shivered at tho thought that he was going to take us thereto the houseto mademoiselle The captain also recognized the place and swore aloud But the dumb man Trent on unheeding until he reached the wooden bridge There he paused as if in doubt and lodked towards the dark outline of tho build- Ing Which was Just visible one faint light twinkling sadly in the west wing As tho captain and I pressed up behind him ho raised his hands and soemed to wring them towards the houseHave a care the captain growled Play me no tricks or But he did not finish the sentence for don turned back from the bridge and entering the wood on tho left hand began to ascend the bank of the stream We bad not gone a hundred yards before the ground grew rough and the undergrowth thick and yet through all ran a kind of path which enabled us to advance dark as It was growing Very soon the bank on which we moved began to rise above the water and grew steep and rugged We turned a shoulder whero the stream swept round a curve and saw we were In the mouth ot a small ra vine dark and steepwalled The water brawled along the bottom over boulders and through chasms In front the slope on which wo stood shaped it self Into a low cliff but halfway be tween Its summit and the water a ledge or narrow terrace running along the face was dimly visible Ten to one a cave the captain muttered It Is a likely place And an ugly one I sneered Whteb one to ten might safely hold for hours If the ten had no pistols yes be answered viciously But you see we have Is ha going that way He was Lieutenant Larolle said turning and speaking In a low voice though the chafing of the stream be low us revered ordinary sounds shall we light the lanthorns or press on while there is still a glimmering of dayr On I should say M le Capitalne the lieutenant answered Prick him in the back if he falters I will war rant he has a tender place or two the brute added with a chuckle The captain gave the word and we moved forward It being very evident now that the cliffpath was our des tination It was possible for the eye to follow the track all the way to it through rough stones and brushwood and though Clon climbed feebly and with many groans two minutes saw us step on to it It did not turn out to be the perilous place It looked at a distance The ledge grassy and ter acellke sloped slightly downward and outwards and in parts was sUpperyI but It was as wide as a highway and the fall to the water did not exceed 30 feet Even In such a dim light as now displayed it to us and by Increasing the depth and unseen dangers of the gorge gave a kind of Impressiveness to our movements a nervous woman need not have feared to breast It I wpndered how often mademoiselle had passed along it with her milk pitcherI we have him now Captain Larollo muttered twisting his mustaches and looking round to make his last dispositions Paul and Lebrun see that your man makes no noise Sergeant come forward with your car blue but do not fire without orders Now silence all and close up Lieu tenant Forward We advanced about a hundred paces keeping the cliff on our left then turned a shoulder and saw a few paces In front of us a black blotch standing out from the grey duskiness of the cllffsldo The prisoner stopped and raising his bound hand volnted to It There the captain whispered pressing forward Is that the place don nodded The captains voice shook with excitement You two remain here with him he muttered Inn low tone Sergeant come forward with me Now are you ready For wardHo and the sergeant passed quickly lone on either aide of Clon and his guards The path was narrow hero and the captain passed outside The eyes of all but one were on the black blotch the hollow In the cliffside and no one saw exactly what happened But somehow as the captain passed abreast of him the prisoner thrust back his guards and springing sideways flung his unbound arm round Larollcs body and In an instant swept him shouting to tho verge of the precipice It was done In a moment By the time the lieutenants startled wits and eyes were back the two were already tottering on the edge looking In the gloom like one dark form The ser scant who was the first to find his head levelled his carbine but as the wrestlers twirled and twisted the cap tain shrieking out oaths and threats the mute silent as death It was im possible to see which was which the sergeant lowered his gun ngalnI white tho men held back The ledge sloped steeply there tbeIedgo was vague already the two tA tb be wrestling in midair and thei mute was a man beyond hope or fear That moment lhcsitatiom WM fatal Clons long arms were round the others arms crushing them Into his ribs Clans skullIlka taco grinned hate into tho others yes his long limbs curled round him like the folds of a snako Suddenly Larollo strength gave way Dn you all Why dont ouMerehl mercy came In a last scream from his lips and then as the lieutenant taken aback before sprang forward to hVi aid the two toppled over tho edge mad In a see and hurtled out of IghttMon DIcu the lieutenant cried In horror Tho answer was a dull splash In tho depths below He flung up his arms Water J he said Quick men get down We a may save him yet They have fallen into water But there was no path and nlRhtI was come and tho mens nerves were shaken The Ianthorns had to be tit and the way to be retraced and by the time we reached tho dark pool which lay below the last hubbies were gone trom the surface the last ripples hadI beaten themselves out against the banks True the pVol still rocked sullenly and tho yellow light showed a mans hat floating and near It a glove three parts submerged But that was nil The mutes dying grip bad known no loosening nor his hate any tear Later I heard that whenI they dragged the two out next his lingers were In the others eye sockets his teeth In his throat If ever a man found death sweet It was heAs wo turned slowly from the blackI water somo shuddering some themselves tho lieutenant lookedt vengefully at me Curso you said In sudden fury I bellavt you are glad He deserved his fate I answered coldly Why should I pretend to be sorry It was now or In three months And for tho other poor devils saktII am glad lIe glared at me a InI speechless anger At last I 8110u14I like to have you tied up he said between his teethII should have thought that youI had had enough of tying up for one day I retorted But there It comesJ of making officers out of the canaille Dogs love blood The teamster mustI still lash something If ho can no longer lash Ills horses We were back a sombre little pro cession at the wooden bridge when I wild this He stopped suddenly Very well he replied nodding viciously That decides me Sergeant light meI this way with a Ianthorn The rest of you to the village Now Master Spy he continued glancing at mo with gloomy spite your road Is my road I think I know how to cook your gooseI my boulders In disdain and together the seargeant leading the way with tho light we crossed the gatedwhereMud and up the ghostly walk between the rosebushes I wondered uneasily what the lieutenant would be at and what ho Intended but the lanthorn light which now fell on the ground it our feet and now showed one of us to the other highlit In n frame ofIslackness discovered nothing In hisIrlxzled face but settled hostility HeIwheeled at tho end of the walk too to the main door but as be dirt so I saw the flutter of a white skirt byI the stone seat against the house and I stepped that wayIIt you TIClan she sting What of him lie la reset pain I answered gently He Is dead but In his own way Take comfort mademoiselle And then be Tore I could say more the lieutenant with his sergeant and light were at ny elbow He saluted mademoiselle roughly She looked aL him with hud lerlng abhorrence Are you come to flog me slrT she said icily Is It not enough that you have murdered my servant On the contrary H was ha killed my captain the lieutenant answered In another tone than I had expected If your servant is dead so Is my comradeShe with startled eyes not it him but at me What Captain Larolle she muttered- I nodded How sho asked Clan flung the captain and himself Into tbo riverpool I explained In a low voice The pool above the midge She uttered an exclamation of awe and stood silent But her lips moved I think she was praying for Clpr though sho was a Huguenot teanwhlle- I had a fright The lanthorn swinging In the sergeants hand and now throw- Ing Its smoky light on the stone seat not on the rough wall above It showed me something else On the teat doubt loss where mademoiselles hand had lain as she sat In the dark listening and watching stood a pitcher of food Beside her in that place It was damn- Ing evidence I trembled lest tho lieutenants eye should fall upon it lest the sergeant should see It I thought what I could do to hide It and then In a moment I forgot all about It lht lieutenant was speaking and his voice was like doom My throat grew try as I listened My tongue stuck to my mouth I tried to look at mademol selle but I could not It Is true the captain is gone he said stiffly But others are alive ant about one of them a word with you by yon leave mademoiselle I have UMtene to a goad deal of talk from this Ono Kcntlemn friend cf yours Ha has spent the last 21 hours say ing You shall and You shall not He came from you and took a vtry high tono because we laid a little whip lash about that dumb devll of yours He called us bmtcs and beASts and but for stet I am not sure that uy friend would sot be alive Ae K1aM he said a taw minutes ago that he was gladglad of it dn hlmlthlln I Axed It In my mind that I would ba oven with him And I am going to bel What do you mean t mademols asked wearily Interrupting him If you think you can prejudice me against that gentleman That la precisely what I do think And I nm going to do it And a little than that You will be saly wasUag your breath sho answered proudly Walt wait Mademoiselle until you have heard I he said If ever blackhearted scoundrel a dastardly flfollowgoing to expose him Your own eyes and your own ears shall persuade you Why I would not eat I would not drink I would not sit down with i hind I would not I would rather bIbeholden to the meanest trooper squadron than to html Ay Iwould eo help me heaves And the lieutenant turning squarely on hla heels spat on the ground ITo De Continued WOMEN AT THE BARRICADES Building IlnmparU lit Street HN Ancient Method or iriBhtlnff Authority The men and women who erected the Barricades around which N rwch blood flowed during the rcccat rlet Lodz Russia were following Was tried precedents For tte ie rl1carte Is the first thins which an wise defenseless population puts 1IJc when it means to fight authority History has been made at the barrlr cailca Nearly GOO years ago Paris the home apparently of this sort of lag barricaded Ita streets against ther future Charles V and two and a quarter centuries later resorted to similar defense when 4000 mercenaries wereI marched In by Henry UI lo overawe the council of sixteen The barn codes were terribly successful tbenItbc soldlery would have an nihilated had not tho court consented negotiation in time to savtt tho rrm nanls of the 4000 During the three days revolution Is Paris seventyfive years ago the populace showed that It had not forgotten Men women and children worked toIbuild ramparts In tho streets luring the roads and pulling down buildings and trees for their materials Louis Philippe fell when the first barricade of the revolutionaries was run tip I There was a terrible fight to follow In comparison with which that at Lodi was Insignificant Sixteen thousand people were killed and wounded and half as many taken prisoner Tha damage done amounted to J8OdO000 When Louis Napoleon seated himself he remembered barricades and their power and determined that be would have tone of them He made wide boulevards which cannon tould sweep with grapeshot macadamIzed the roads and did all he could think of to make the barricading of the streets Icapos ilble But the days of the commune showed that the old art was by uo means ROM nor the possibilities ex haultedILondon also has Ito barricades On tho occasion of the funeral at Q1ta Caroline In 1921 the crowd bard caded the route by which the body WM to have been smuggled out of tae poI ItalIThe Duchess of Albany sever per mUted her children to be spoilt aseIfollowing story shows The preseat shake of SaxeOoburg aad OMha weal to Sandroyd Houw School Cert aIkept by the Rev L HWaIl UyWefl ley a descendant of both life Trot Duke and tha great preacher It was a rule of the school that a boy who split ink on the boards scrubbed it oat One day the little Duke of Albany warn the culprit and was told to go to tin housemaid and bring a pall and terns bing brush With an Indignant leek he reminded his tutor that he WM the queena grandson The pretest brought a quiet repetition of the order sad the angry youngster was comr lie4 to perform his task The duchcs ex pressed great appreciation on Imrfru the story London TitBits I III Modrvt Bpllaph There are those who take the precaution to buy their own monuments and tombstones and write thelT alas mortem epitaphs What special fort they can get out ot this COMI clear but that Is their business recall for Instance a true story of a follow who had been found gulty ef a very duel murder tn one of the Connecticut towns and was sentenced to die on the Gallows A few days before his execution his lawyer called at the cell andtaked If there was say arraneImentsleave with n lawyer a sum yifflclenJ for the purpose of a plain stone to be erected at She load of his grave and bearing the simple inscription Sacred to the memory of DIed memo and date we omit such Is the kingdom of heaven Buffalo Commercial A Ordered An author who was his own pub lisher advertised one of his works M follows Send five shillings for my new boo I with autograph Shortlv afterwards ho tecetvcd this I order from a country reader I enclose five shllllncs If autograph Is one of those talking theI chinas send it on by train I d want the book = BlnalBgUta Post ITfl 1 nn PROVIDE CLEAN FEED LOT One Farmer Who Has Tried It flee ommends That It Be Paved with Brick What Is tho best plan of arrange ment and construction for a cattle yard that shall be convenient sanitary ems to remain an open question Some have advocated brick floors while others will have noth ing to ilo with theta The only con Bonsus of opinion there seems to bo on tho subject Is that it la almost yardMcleandoubt that muddy feed lots are one tmiCKED OtTDOOn FEED LOT tho most Important questions must be dealt with by tho stock and In this connection It may advantageous to consider the plan of an Illinois feeder as described In a bulletin of the Illinois station The Illustration represents the feedlot and shelter of lIon E E Chester Champaign county This pavement been In use two years It Is 21 by SO feet The bricks wore laid flat six inches of gravel tho latter be packed by tramping with horses until a solid surface was secured Brick costing eight dollars per thou washINo setting or cracking has yet been observed The labor was done by the regular farm help Th j curbing con of curbstones 18 inches In width and three Inches In thickness set edgewise Into the ground The feed bunks are placed Inside the shed as shown In the cuLIIThe yards and shelter are designed to accommodate about 10 cattle In dry weather the tattle remain in the larger yard a considerable portion of tho time The advantage of the PAVe- ment Is chiefly In giving the cattle easy access to water and shelter A steer will generally cat pretty well even standing In the mUd says Mr Cheater but my experience has been that a fat steer will take less water than bo needs If he must work to get to It and will not take proper advan tale of ahelter unless It Is where bo can reach It easily There la no ques lion in my mind ot the wisdom of paving the area adjacent to water and shelter In a muddy totality The shelter consists of n building 20 by 26 feet 30foot potts with two wings cash 20 by 30 fret The portion used at cattleshelter Is thus 20 by SO feet On the upper floor of the middle portion It stored dry corn fod tier run through an ensilage cutter This Is fed Into the bunks below through an open shaft at the front of the bin Another bin 10 by 20 feet occupies the lower floor of the male building and corn can thus be stored few stops from the feed bunks so as to be fed easily by basket If doslrtdI DAIRY HINTS The milking machine promises to become quite a factor before long A good cow is worth more money than she brings In the market Good breeding and good feuding wilt give on average weight of 1000 pounds to a calf at 12 to 14 months old Tho dairy business cannot bo learned In one day one mouth or one year There are things we must practice before we can learn them For removing warts on a cows toaU A Me renderesys to apply sweet oil two or three times dally rubbing It In well and the warts will soon disappear- A poor cow or calf can often be made to come up to the standard of the herd by n little extra care and attention at the beginning of tho gross season ITo Clean MoldBoard of Plow the mpldboard of the plc will not scour when It is first put the ground even If it was cleaned ort nicely after It was usetl lost Take a little coarse gravel a bit of an old brl111I sackanll scrub tho moldboard fore starting out This will take off the least bit of rust and help the steel to tarn Farm Journal IWeather Affects Milk Flow that the weather has a lot to do with the flow of milk Before a storm my cows stop the flow of mUlL As a barometer they cannot bo en paused As soon au the storm com the milk comes Sometimes the storm 1may pees over but It acts all the same Avoid Too Early Pasturage Keep the beet calves upon dry feed for some time in the spring until tbo grass gets large and sweet It docs not pay to turn upon grass too early there la not much strength to earl gross The Honest Farmer Let your word be surer than your bond and your wholesale customers will have the largor part of your loaf sold before It gets to the store n the coisumor will have the pot on gaditl to receive It SOME FAULTS IN DAIRIES Conditions Which One City Milk Inspector found to Exist on Some Farms city milk Inspector visited the IA supplying milk to his city and many improper conditions exist- Ing In his report given below can you find nay Item which would condemn your dairy 1 Darns not sufficiently voniJSated 2 Surroundings not sanitary espe chilly as to removal of manure which I usually found piled up against tho barn In a convenient place This should not be allowed to accumulate but should be removed dally 3 Stanchions should be better drained and no stagnant water or pigs allowed In the barn yard 4 Milk houses not usually provided with screens or cement floors Flies noticed In milk 6 Cows udders should be cleansed better Some had an entirely wrong Idea of cleanliness both as to the cows and as to the hands and the clothing of the milkers Inone instance asmail bucket of cold water and a thin dirty looking rag were used for all the cows By tho time the udders ot six cows were washed oft the water and wash rag were not very clean 6 In several dairies each milker would use several palls and after Oil ing onco would leave it stand uncovered open to the flies and numerous sourcon of Infection always present At two places I found helpers straining milk through dirty cloths In which ahandful of flies had found their last resting place 7 Cans not sterilized by boiling wa ter or steam but hastily washed with lukewarm water and set aside to dry under roof sometimes with cover on This should not bi done It Is Impor tant to sterilize thou with tolling wa ter or superheated strain every time they are used then put upon a clean mine upside down with covers off and fully exposed to fresh Air Uottles and other containers should be treated likewise S Chickens allowed too many ties about the place It Is literito train achicken but the screens are needed to keep out flies nnd other Insects will keep Uiem out 9 Improper feeding Some dairymen consider certain feed grad which I do not think Is fit to use I will report more fully upon this important subject when I hue concluded my Investigations 10 At ono farm I noticed dogs were for driving his cuwc This I do not believe good practice 11 In ono place I found a bad well The water was used for the cows and also for rinsing tho cans When typhoid fever Is caused by the milk and It has been traced to tile milk In set oral epidemics It Is Invariably due to water used In rinsing the milk cans or other containers with Infected water This wall was condemned 11 Whitewash not much used In the barns The above orltlcUma do not apply to most of the dairies Some were model of cleanliness barn clean fresh and well ventilated atanchlosw properly kept and drained milk house clean OB n good housekeepers kitchen screens in nearly everywhere and cleanliness noticeable everywhere The fact that some dairies were models of cleanliness convinced the Inspector that It was not necessary to have the faults mentioned in any of them CATTLE RACK AND TROUGH An Arrangement by Which the Cattle Are Prevented from Throw lag Out Feed The feed racks for my cattle art of 4xHneh sawed Bluff oak is beat for the legs and cross pieces writes a correspondent of Farm and Home Put cross pieces 14 Inches from top Legs should be 3 foot 2 Inches long Bolt 2x4 luoh scantling round Inside of top making a solid frame then floor and board up the sides and ends tight The IQP rack may bo toads stationary or to lift off Just as snit It prevents tho stock from throwing out the feed The slats can be made of laG or 1x4 They should be about 2 feet apart and 3 feet long RACK FOR FANMILLSCREENS Convenient Place for Storing UM Attachments When Not in Vie atartsrawscreens of fan mills and aucfwcu IIInsolidly attached to the frames which are of oneInch Mark tho screens on the end and place upright la sumo convenient looatian whore Ibtf wire will not get wet and rust Skim Milk for Calm This Is an exceedingly valuable feet beestOil sweet and o as warm as mothers milk about U8 degrees Ifoui quarts fed twice a day Is sufficient go the first raoiUi Add r Uaspooaful or 011 meal to ftieh food In addition to the skim milk M the salver have oats or shorts nn nay 5eparntoryru used bo particular about running it at even spood Then as soon as the work is cow PJotcd wash It out thoroughly so that fermentation will not set In and It win bo in good condition to receive tho next milking Running wino wator through the separator will apsUt InjkeeplBg IB good condition History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Oivil War CHAPTER V Continued After all that nights hurry and worry wo were not ordered to move from there for three days Thia do lay caused tho mon to swear and frot Many of the oillcers now as well an men begun to swear that they bo lov ed General Buoll did not want to press the enemy hard enough to bring on a general engagement and from here on to Louisville when there was a general halt there were many such expressions OH Whats up now Nothing only Braggs got a wagon broken down and old Udells stopped to wait for him to get started While nt Cave City our cavalry and that of tho enomy skirmished around ahead a little which was repeated daily until wo neared the Ohio River At lost after we had about dispos ed of our three days cooked rations the evening of the 21nt September wo again took to the dusty road and marched by midnight to Mumfords vllle fifteen miles waded the river laydownt our gouorolinchief for the dmcom CllptnlnaIIIckman be left here at a private house being too sick to be carried in tho ambu i lance further Tbo 22d boforo forming column about forty rebel prisoners picked up by our cavalry paused south be- Ing paroled Wo halted at Bacon Greek for water where another in stallment of paroled rebels mot ua Our men cheered thorn and said to each otbor1f1lIuy be we will get to yetLatecommand halted near Upton Station having marched hard tho moat of tho previous night and all day in dust often six inches deep causing o cloud almost suffocating rendered loan endurable by tho scarcity of wa ter to quench our famishing thirst One days rations wore tanned with orders to cook and prepare for the next day Water and wood both being scarce or very inconvenient to get the exhausted men generally fell down to sleep without converting their spoiled flour into bread Con sequently on the tho assembly tho 23d tho majority of our division had only begun to prepare breakfast Tho most of the then crammed their uncooked dough and bacon into their haversacks swearing at thus being hurried oil Some in their wruth unwisely throw away their flour or dough From Upton Station until wo halted in Louisville our command was scarcely gfvtm time to eat or sleep as tho main force of the enemy had been forced by our cavalry to turn off to ward Lebanon and fttown betweenIHere wo halted throe hours and cooked and oat of what little was left of the last nights issue tho ma jority being too exhausted to go to the fields to forego At 5 p m the bugles warning notes bid us get in to column and off again Ten miles further grout numbers cnvo out with I blistered feet or wore overcome from want of sleep and dropped by tho roadside but before daylight all came up to whore tho main force had halted The morning of tho 24th wo did not require much time to cook as wo had little or nothing loft When we arrived at Vest 1olut at tho mouth of Salt River at ono oclock p m wo learned that Bragga main force was at Bardstowu Ky Wo crossed Salt River and stopped three miles further on on tho south ern bank of tho Ohio Rivor On the 25th of September by n t a slatttt My Hair is ScragglyDo be contented with It PP Have to be Oh no I Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft eycn hair beautiful hair without a single gray line in it Have a little pride Keep young Just as long as you can r am ann ran old and snub ra Mnlij mhair wiatryrs nut In a raw w Ajttt lr r iornl tli natural trayMfrtusk CIllo 1 1JiIbO b fN 0 ArrCo Lowtll Xau I Bnoft turara of llLllJers- I 1 PBJL8UHKT AP HaI Rovere march of twentyseven miles through the dust which was for miles from six to eight inches deep wo arrived in tho lower edge of the city of Louisville near midnight our eyes and feet soro from the hot dust and tho hungriest raggedest tired est dirtiest lousiest andsleepiest rot of mon the hardships of this or any other war over produced This was tho general condition of all the troops that came through from Tenn ewes Tho 27th wo moved out two miles from the city 6n the Nashville pike where our division washed up what clothing wo had worth that trouble drew now clothing some camp equipage with the promise of again obtaining sight of that impor taut and over welcome individual the paymaster Company command ers wont to work and many of us did not stop to sleep until the payrolls were ready for the mens signa tures as all the officers and men were without money Those who payhomeprudent or loss lucky comrades and borrowed and openl about every greenback they could command The 30th the long Icokedfor paymaster appeared in our division and paid off many of the troops Our men wow beginning to feel bully by the little rest clean new clothes and prospect of pay and to add to many of their jubilant fellings some one camo in from tho city nud report ed that General Jeff C Davis had killed General Nelson for abusive language No ono considered Nel enemybutthe first water About this time all the oldest tog invents In the army wore desirous and many of them clamorous for General Thomas to suporcodo Goner al Buoll Apparently all had moat that confidence in our general iu chief that is m essential for tho efficiency of troops Wo received general orders to leavo nil trunks officers desks com puny books and extra baggage at Louisville and prepare to march In light order at the next morning rho enemys cavalry had boon skirmishing with our advance pickets out ten or twelve miles south went Our men said WolIwo greenbacksenemy Many of the Eighthsaid That old pokooasy general of ours has allowed tho thieving rebels to overrun tho best portion of tho state and they are now in full iKHseaaiou of our homes All wo care for now is to bo allowed to have a chance to thrash and drive the lousy devils out or kill or capture tho whole army of thieves with all their long train of stolen goods CIUPTEB VI Tho morning of mho first day of October 1802was ono of those bright pleasant days so exhilarating after n few white frosts With ono days grub and a full supply of car tridges our bravo hardy boys with cheerfullyformed marched toward Bardstovvn where wo understood tho main force of Draggs iirmy were Now that we had succeeded in placing ourselves between Hn enemy and our immense ppenred eight miles wo hoard the lively pop ping of carbines ahead Wo broke into a doublequick and in three miles further came to whore tho Fourth Indiana Cuvalfy and the rob ole had n low minutes before boon engaged in a skirmish Our brigade was ordered to halt front and cap every piece of ordinance Wo then marched in line of battle to the brow cl1ulrybutSouth sill again not an Eighth gun was fired at the ememy As wo filed oil to bivcusck for the night the men of tho Eighth and Twentyfirst Kentucky gave many expressions of disappointment One of the Eighth shouted to the Twenty first Tho thieving devils always servo us that way Thoyll never stop long enough for us to get a shot at em Tho Ninth Division General Woods passed us and formed the advance of our corps Wo camped at Hcys Springs having made a short march Tho Ninetyninth Ohio a now regiment only two weeks from their homes was hero added to our brigade the 2d of October Their now outfit and crowded knapsacks with two wool blankets and now great coats neatly folded and strap pod on top of knapsacks contrail d strangely with UlA appearance of our boys in light marching order who had learned by sad experience not to make beasts of burden of them selves carrying weighty articles that would not bo needed for mouths The advance of General Woods division continued to skirmish with the rear of the enemys force a few miles ahead of us especial about Mount Washington On the 3d skir mishing for an hour was quite spirited On that night we bivouacked On tho south fork of Salt River Here wo drew and cooked three days rations expecting to engage in some sanguinary work with the rebels be fore we ate them as it was reported tho main force would certainly make a stand at Bardstown eighteen miles southwest of usi Every man in the Eighth at the sound of the assembly with loud cheers took their places in tho column eager to have a trial at short range with tho invaders but the evening of the 4tb on arriving near IJardstown we learned with some regret that after a little skir mishing with our advance the enemy had lied toward Danville and Spring field We began to think from the uniform distance these two large bodies of belligerents kept apart that neither cornmanderinchSef do sired a general engagement TO BE CONTINUED 1 OHIO NEWS HAMILTON May 13Tbo weather here has been quite cool during the past week Jack Frost was seen iu a light suit but luckily he did but little harm Strawberries are much cheaper here tuna they were last year Some of our Kentucky citizens here are planning To attend the G A R Encampment to be held at Berea in JunoArthur Flanery one of tine Berea excursion party paid M Gabbard and wife a short visit here Mr Scott Rice formerly from Ir vine Ky who has been employed by the C 0 Paper Co was recently married to Miss Nellie Wnltner of Hamilton Mr Rico bas been in Kalamazoo Mich but wo understand that ho has just returned to Hamil OWo were much pleased to road tho thrilling letter In the Citizen from tellhJROfhl8his family may be successful In find ing themselves n suitable homo in the great west and hope ho will give us some of its grandeur by writing often to the Citizen Measles andmumps are numerous prolonging Miss Lizzie Reynolds daughter of P M Reynolds and Miss Jennie Wilson visited Anso Frost and wifo last Sunday Some of the Citizen readers will be interested in learning that Uncle Amiss has recently moved here anti purchased him a home Will Reynolds and Floyd Judd spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard Willard Vale and wife have moved to Cincinnati where Mr Vale is engaged In the poultry business There are numerous dwellings go springYourroom cottage built on Cleveland ave Charley P Reynolds formerly op erator at Brush Creek Ky for the L N R R now living in Califor nia writes that the earthquake shock was severe in the part of the state personnlInjurya store Both ho and Mrs Reynolds were former students of Boron Col lego They have been presented with a now baby girl since moving to Cal iforniaMrs Charley Davis has returned from a three weeks visit in Indiana consumptlon more than three months leaving a husband and infant boy Her reo KylorCUBAN ENTERPRISE EVIDENCED Demand For Plows and Agricultural Implements Has Exceeded Supply Washington May 12Cuban enterprise In the extension ot crop growing for tho worlds markets Is evidenced a report from Consul Max J Baehr Iin CIcnfuegos to tho bureau of manu The largo sugar plantations have not only been making heavy purchases of machinery In order to In crease the capacity ot their mills but rile and now land has been brought under cultivation to yield sugar cane The demand for plows and agrlcul tural implements fias exceeded the supply Germany Gets Wrothy London May nTho German am bassador at Constantinople according to the correspondent there of the Standard has demanded damages for the detention of the German sailing ship Odyssesus by the Turkish au thorities recently and the punIshmen- tII apology the responsible officials and an to Advertise For Bid Washington May nShells and projectiles for the navy department will after Juno 30 1906 bo purchased by the bureau of ordnance In the open market Instead of as Is now the prac tice la secret markets from firms en gaged la the manufacture of these or Udf u r 4 I l Kentucky Flashes I A SURPRISE SPRUNG On the New Louisville Jockey Club Dy Owners of Douglas Park Louisville Ky May lBTho own ers of Douglass park backed by the Western Jockey club sprang a sur prise on the new Louisville Jockoy club and the American Turf Associa tion when they suddenly appeared boforo United States District Judgo Walter Evans and secured a tempory restraining order designed to prevent Interference by the state racing com mission with a meeting which It la proposed to hold at Douglass park beginning June 2 After the state rac ing commission was constituted by act of tho recent legislature the Douglass park people who are backed by CellA Adler end Tllles of St Louis and John Condon of Chlcagb made appli cation for dates beginning May li Tho dates were refused the commis- sIon announcing that one of Its prin cipal functions would be to prevent a conflict of dates It was understood that tho word conflict covered tho entire state and as tho commission granted long dates to Latonla another American association track to follow Immediately after the new Loulsvlllo Jockey club closed the chance for Douglass park securing any acceptable dates this year from the commission seemed poor The temporary restrain ing order Issued Is a sweeping ono It directs Charles F Grainger Louis DesCognets Milton Young J P China and E V Clay to appear before Judgo Evans May 22 and show cause why they should not be restrained from In terfering with racing at Douglass park In the meantime they are en JoIned from giving out publishing circulating or ordering that the Doug las Park Jockey club has not the right or will not bo permitted to conduct an exhibition of running horses or con tests of speed between running horses at Douglass park beginning June 2 and ending July 7 he order also restrains the commis sion from Instituting suits or Interfer- Ing with tho said meeting or Instigat attorneysIfor that tho act by which tho racing com mission was created and under which It conducts Its affairs Is class legisla tlon which deprives the owners of Douglass park of their rights under tho Fourteenth amendment to the federal I constitution and the Kentucky constitution and bill of rights FROM LEDGE TO LEDGE Athcroft Fell 218 Feet to the Bottom No bones Broken w Harrodsburg Ky May Ifl Frank Ashcroft while walking along the pike leading to Kentucky river toppled over the cliff and fell from ledge to ledge until ho struck the bottom Ills brothers missed him and Instituted search Finding his hat on the plko and noticing that some of the rock at 7o edge had been disturbed they In vestigated and found him lying at tho bottom He was unconscious and terr- Ibly bruised but no bones werO broken and he will recover Ho foil 218 feet Major Barak G Thomas Dead Lexington Ky May IGMajor Da rak O Thomas 80 tho last of the old school of turfmen who brought famo and fortuno to the Blue Grass region through their love for the thorough bred horse died at hIs homo in this city Christ Church Council Lexington Ky May 1riTho elev enth annual council of the Lexington diocese of Christ church began hero Tuesday and will continue three days Communion was administered by IU Rev Lewis W Burton bishop of tho diocese to tho visiting delegates Mortgage for 2000000 I Frankfort Ky May IGTho Louis vllle and Eastern railway electric line filed for record with tho county clerk Tuesday a mortgage for 2000 000 the bonds of tho company being guaranteed by the Old Colony Trust Co Fifth District Convention Louisville Ky May lGIt has been practically settled that a convention will be called In the fifth district to nominate a candidate for congress and If there Is no opposition to Swagnr Sherley the Incumbent he will be tho nominee Kentucky Couple Weds Cincinnati May 16Mlss Gertrude Pollock daughter ot a merchant at Germantown Ky own married to Ja cob H Blackburn a banker ot tho same place In the Palace hotel parlors Tuesday morning One Killed Two Scalded Menominee Mich May lGDy tho bursting ot a steam plpo In tho mill of tho Wells Lumber Co Nicholas Gemenden night watchman was kill ed and Engineer Rush and Fireman Johnson so badly scalded that their recovery Is considered doubtful New York May 16John Adams Thayer treasurer and general mana ger of the nidgwayThayer Co pub Ushers of Everybodys magazine will retire June 1 from active participation In the management of the company London May lltA correspondent at Pekln reports that the French charge daffaires there conferred with the Chinese foreign offlco concerning- a a massacre of French missionaries lathe province of NgaaHwel details ot which have not been received t I IiSOAht Sr4 4 c l Uptodate Buggies Down to= Prices Come in and see my stock and I willsave you money on any job you buy from me I have a general line of anything you needIBuggies Weber Wagons Implements rows Plows Wheat Drills Corn Drills Mow ing Machines Hay Rakes Threshing Mach t ines Steam Engines Saw Mills Dry Goods Groceries Hardware Clothing Fertilizer yes Fertilizer I have in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato crop also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you needfarms town lots imC1 proved and unimproved property in Berea Come and see me or call me up J P BICKNELL Phone No9 BEREA KYs ++ + h LOUISVILLE Be NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea338n m Arrive Richmond410a m Arrive Paris 523 u m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 124 p DII pArrive m m Arrive Cincindnnti010 p m Going South Train 3 Dilly Leave Borea124 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1220a m Arrivo Knoxville 730 a m carryBuffetand Knoxnlte in both direction Trains num bet and 4 carT Pullmon vntlbuled Sleeping car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox ville in both directions W H DOWER Ticket Agent I Drr rrtForI Rent Cheap II A nice little Cottage g House of four rooms on fr Depot Street Lot 83 4- if by 269 feet Call on 3 JftI G DHOLLIDAY 3 REAL ESTATE AGENT S- ft MAIN ST 1IEIIKA KY J ailAitltAAlt litA I iAatA11 1ltSktilAit l A OlAKANTKliU CUHK FOIt VILE Itching lllind Weeding Protruding Pile Drug efcta are authoriied to refund money U PALO OINTMliNT tams to cure in 6 to 14 days yx Call nt T J Moberleys and see tho best line of- COLLABS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Till MONIT- ORSELFHEATING SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller Agents wanted in every locality apply at once to the Monitor Iron Co- Ilg Prairie Ohio 3 tl I date i Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office s R BAKER Dentist OverjPrintingOMca BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pIn Somnotorma FOR SALE- A few Rood Jacks Will sellor exchange for other property J W HERNDON 8 miles from Berea on tho Richmond Pike KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 50c a suit is all it will cost you MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental work of all i kinds done in a workmnni iJprices c II Golden Flora j i a RICHMOND KY i ICorner of Main and Collins Streets i f Fish AgainIIn Michigan CHADThe Michigan Line Bat of Service t- oTOLEDO DETROIT And to ill the Famous Summer Resorts oftMICHIGAN and CANADA Through Cars to l CHARLEVOIX J On and after June 25 BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS FIlKi Poll TUB ASKING I 1w1 I r 1 The Citizen All Independent Family Newspaper J rubhshril every Thurfdojr it Bert Ky =BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAr Aeli M IDVASlt One Year II 00- Btx months JO Threo months 26 e8tnd money by FottoCEloe Money Order U- snn Money Order Check HrgUtcToJ Getter or am and two rant tUmps The date after jonr name shows to wfott date rour lutocrlpllon li rid HlHsnet changed kltttn three weeks after tending ui Honey otify m- eubrrlbere wishing THE CITIZKN stopped putt notify nt at tho expiration of nib aorlptlon paying all arrears we shell nildcr that they with It continued Notify ns at once of any change In your addreu firing old and new tddrcuea MtUInc numbers due to wrappers taming o3 supfliedc Agents wanted In every locality Write for Mans Anyone lending ui four yearly tub rlpUoni W r ccle Tin CITIIIH for one tsar Progress of Lcssness the success achieved by the depart ment of agriculture In crossing Amer ican with Japanese persimmons should inspire us with additional admiration and respect for advanced science We may now eat persimmons without being subject to tho pucker with which the name of this delicious fruit has so long been associated Those whose good fortune It has been to pass the early years of their lives In one of the persimmon districts of the greatI marks the Chicago Inter Ocean realize at once what this achievement means Early in the season before the Willirecallspread throughout the neighborhood This passion always manifested itself I simultaneously among tho young and old of both sexes and for a week or two the pucker would bo universal Now this Is to end The puckerless persim mon thanks to the little Jap will soon make its appearance in all the persim mon districts and strangers hereafter ignorant of the cause will not fall into the error of believing that all the males In the community are trying to whistle and that all the females are offering to kiss them We have already on several occasions called attention to the won derful change that has come over life in the country by reason of the introduc tion of the trolley the telephone and the I rural postal route But these constitute only a part of the innovations which have been Instituted since most of our middleaged citizens were boys What with toneless peaches weedless wheat fields shuckless corn mortgageless lands worryless creditors careless children and finally puckerless per simmons the movement back to the soil already under full headway will be greatly accelerated Plans for a large naval station on Lake Michigan have been prepared the consideration of the secretary lorI the navy They provide for the penditure of two and a half million dollars for the erection of a largo group of buildings for the accommo elation of at least a thousand young men under training for service In the navy The establishment of such a I station on the great lakes Is the natural outcome of the liking of young men of the west for service ini the navy The modern warship le manned not by sailors so much as by men with a mechanical taste for the shIps are monstrous machine shops The western youth with a taste for machinery and a desire to seethe world is finding the naval service a pleasant way for gratifying both desire and taste- Nicholas Longworth la said to be a much better housekeeper than his young wife who has been heard to declare that she fairly hates housekeeping The congressman Is an expert with the chafing dish and at more than one char ity affair has covered himself with glory as an amateur chelIAndrew Carnegie wrote to a newspa per in London Wealth lessens rather than Increases human happiness and eulweNobody seems to want our territory said exDelegate B S Rodey of New Mexico and there Is no telling where we will have landed by tho time the statehood fight is settled Our status is as uncertain as that of an old negro slave 1 once heard of Somebody asked him whom he belonged to Ah dont know iuh he replied Ole mars he ypstalrs jrtayln pokah I The announcement ttdat candy is a sure specific for fatigue will doubtless stimulate the glucose industry I A California lawyer wall not argue a case before a jury that has whIskers These masks enable JUrors to conceal their feelings when lawyers take up IAccording of tho best of appetizers is orange marmalade Another good one Is 1 j daya work on a woodpile A chestnut free at the foot of tountI Etna Is 213 feet Jn circumference and 2QOQ yenrs old THE HOME MARKET HELPS t cod for the American Tanner What the Consumer Iras Monty to Spend It has not been very long ago slnco Grover Cleveland advocated changes in tho tariff to help everybody Some pcoplo then wore not making as much money as they thought they should make and they kicked at the tariff until they got a Democratic administration and tko tariff was reformed Then says tho Iowa City Republican they had Mexican and Canadian cattle coming in free 61 duty and prices of cattlo went down Steel went down so did barbed wire and nails and everything went down except Interest on loans This period of cheap cattle poor markets and depression was followed by tho en actment of tho Dlngley law and prices have been pretty good ovtt since so good that a movement hay neen Inaugurated in tho east to remove tho duty from cattle chickens eggs and butter so they can bo secured from Canada at lower prices than they now have to pay for products from tho western states In 1S9G wo were not troubled about our foreign markets Wo wanted to rehabilitate the home markets so that tho farmers could soil at home Mc Klntoy said open the factories of America to tho American workingman and that was done When tho Amer- Ican worker Is busy and has money to spend for necessaries of life the framer is going to have a pretty fair market Of course bo wants all tho market ho can get but ho will hardly cut off a good home appetite by admitting foreign mado goods and taking chances In competition with tho world In finding a foreign appo tlto with something to pay for food to satisfy it WINS THE NATIONS BREAD Present Tariff Vindicated by Na tional Income and Indus trial Protection There have been times within the nearly eight years since tho Dingley tariff was enacted when partisan critics of protection chucKled over a prospective deficit in tho national treasury which they could charge on tho one hand against tho ex travagance of congress anti on tho other hand against tho failure of tho DIngley tariff as a national income winner Our national experience however says the Lowlston Me Journal has repeatedly vindicated the present tariff both from the point of national Income and from the point of view of Industrial protection For a longer period than any preced ing tariff has the present tariff been indorsed by results In the treasury department as well as by results in the shop and on the farm Now it is announced that never in the history of the country have customs receipts been so high under any tariff as dur- Ing the fiscal year beginning lost Juno 30 And be it borne in mind that this generous reinforcement ot the federal treasury occurs at a tlmo when the business development of tha country was never so rapid when labor was never more generally em ployed at good wages and when all the conditions surrounding the eco nomic well being of the American people were never more satisfactory The shutting out of frenzied finance by tho enforcement of antitrust laws takes the wind out of the partisan larynx which accuses tho present tariff of responsibility for the outrages of monopoly Hearst and Bryan There Is every appearance of a serious purpose on the part of the 1110 called conservative Democrats of New York to play Bryan against HearSt the design being to kill off the latter politically and to render hopeless any effort on the part of the Hearst contingent to carry the state or country Such a campaign means also an Irreconcilable rupture In the Democratic party but this does not deter the conservaUves Plans are on foot for extending the Democratic Club of New York a conservative organization so as to give It national Influence The young man formerly rIdiculed by the Democratic brethren as n noisy but harmless yellow kid has developed Into a terrible infant whose antics send the conservatives into convulsions Troy Times THE POLITICAL DRIFT BTThe temple of Janus at present is closed except when the Democratic minorIty in either branch of congress holds a caucusSt Louis Globe Democrat C78U1I the Democrats are not claIm- Ing that their present cloud has a sliver lining Even Mr Bryan admits that thats all In the pastIndlanap oils News Ind UA New York Democratic club says Mr Bryan Is now sufficiently conservative to be Indorsed hy the entire party That ounds better than to admit that the party Is flirting with notions that are too wild even for Bryan St Louis GlobeDemocrat JcrMr Bryan lack is certainly Ranging By the greatest stretch of mnglnallblx his enemies cannot accuse Iou of causing the California disaster Washington Poet JSThe house committal on ways ml weans has voted against report np any tariff bill to the houhe The arlff Is tv the nlot Its friends Illwaukee News CTThe ave ge ad valorem rate ot duty on all JtiJortsfnrthe fiscal year 1905 was 23j77 Jr cnL which it less dragI t taut Economist Alttirira1u Wat iiS1ut- itut ilnrt n By MADAM YVETTE GILBERT T MERICANS accuse the French people of audacity in deal ing with certain subjects in the drama and in literature they say we are vulgar but it is not the French dramatists and writers it is not the French peopleit is your American language that is at fault Foreign artists come to this country and they arc so fettered by commercial considerations that they will not speak out their minds They pretend they do not notice any difference in the moral viewpoint yet I who am fond of America and the American people do not hesitate to say you are inclined to see what you think risque in whnt the French people recognize as only natural and proper That is the trouble with American audiences They are always looking for something shocking and they generally succeed in find ing it Americans regard the French people ns extremely free in theft acceptance of what you love to call the risqiW but I mhst confess we never go to the same limits of toleration as do the Americans with all their readiness to discover something off color There is a great deal of latitude in the term risque and I am inclined to think it has geographical limitations While you Amer icans regard the French people as the extreme we arc looking upon Americans as decidedly not risquebut more so The tendency to see something vulgar where vulgarity does not exist is only a condition of development It is the same condition of development intellectual and artistic that causes an uncultured person to see evil in a nude statue The subtleness of the risque in songs or drama accompanies only a higher intellectual statethat is regarding the meaning of risque as entirely different from the coarser interpretation which I fear exists often in nations that have not the highest spirituelle development Americans are intelligent wideawake appreciative they arc progressive and responsive to what appeals to them but I look for ward to the time when they will develop in their spirituelle concep tions when they will take a more subtle and finer view of things JIllnt It la in IDt nn By DERTHA HIRSCH BARUSCH To be good is not enough to abstain from what ill nor is doing good an equivalent for being good In order to be good the very core of life must be kept pure and sweet nearanccs to the con trary for genuine goodness consists first of all in positive moral attitude toward life namely in the will to be good in the earnest desire to attain to goodness and the inmost wish to do good Thus the man who cheats and hoodwinks so adroitly as never to be held for an overt act committed against the law is despite his sem blance of goodness morally guilty The regular attdmlatU upon the church bowed in pious devotion who has never suffered from the odium of heterodoxy or reli gious delinquency ostensibly good man good churchman how ever divorced his life from the principles of goodness outside the church But unless the life of the church and the life of the world coalesce both to the purification and uplifting of the entire moral and spiritual being no evidence of public worship can take the place of goodness lodged in the very heart of man The pious fraud who prays with his lips while his thoughts dwell on mundane affairs the intellectual falsifier who subscribes to long outworn doctrines the individual whose social conscience permits him to do what is denounced by both church and state may hide his crooked form under to cloak of piety and goodness remaining never theless morally culpable As with the good man of the church so with the good man of the state Hence to be good citizen is ID have at heart thego9Pof the city state or nation to the extent rendering personal service wherever and whenever ne dad to conserve civic and political health for it is thus and thus only in offering practical testimony of good citizenship that one earns the inalienable right to the title of good citizenGoodness then consists first in loving the good second in hay ing the will to be and to do good in seeking to know the good and knowing it to do that which is good Some know the good and do evil others love the good and follow evil but if following evil they yet shallso love the good that they forsake evil and return to the good there shall be rejoicing in Heaven and upon earth greater over one of these than over 10000 who have never loved thq good and have never done evil u WIlt n ll1ift anu Witt W11fuue By REV A R LAMBERT I it is notwithstanding n p I I a is a a a f a One of the most la mentable tendencies of the times is that which manifests a disposition to depreciate the home and to turn the duties of wife and mother over to domestics while the supposed head of the house gives her time to club life social functions etc until the mother and wife becomes ai chjldrenIother environments than the home lifeto spend all his evenings at the club to linger over his cups or waste in the gambling hell the hours lie ought to give to his wife and children to fail to impress his personality upon the home lifeis reprehensible indeed bur for the wife to neglect the home means to undermine the very foundations of the republic and cut off the resources which make for thCAlaUo ns well being and happiness The model wife jJ consecrated womanHood building itself through the days and weeks and years into the lives of her loved ones The real throne of the model wife arerexceptions 1 am familiar with the CaraBarpnthej9an of Arcs the Trances Willards and others who l2ve turned aside from the home actual or prospective and cnriche the world by so doing But nevertheless the throne of womatjldrod of hemodewiejn particular is the home a I THE TASK OF REVISION I Rood Reasons for Letting tho Dlngley Schedules Standpoint Years Longer A change In any portion of the unlit schedules would mean an overhauling ot them all This would be a task of many months Although work on the McKinley and tho Wilson tariffs began In December they were not enacted un Ill far along in the next year only n short tlmo before the congressional elections In each case says tho tit Louis GlobeDemocrat tho party mak ing the tariff revision was beaten for congress A great deal ot dynamite is usually wrapped up In tariff overhaul ing Bcheracs Tho Republicans escaped disaster In shaping the Dlngley law They escaped for two reasons Tariff changes were necessary at that time because the Wilson act lurnUhcd neither sufficient revenue to the government nor protection to tho domestic producer Tho Dlngleylrtw provided both protection and revenue This Is one reason why tho Republicans did not suitor from the dissatisfaction always caused in some interests by changes In the tariff schedules Another reason was that the change wore made In an extra sessIOn which met soon after tho In auguration This allowed the tariff a year or more of operation before the first election took places Uy that time It had a chance to show that It was nccom pushing the objects of IU framtrs and was a benefit to the country When Mr Payne says that no tariff revision will take place during this SOlI don he means during title congrosa None can take place during tho short session which begins after tho con gressional election Onto In a long while tariff changes are made In the short session but this Is so rare an oc currence that It may safely bo eliminated as a possibility in tho present In stance The three months BeJon- which begins In December 1900 will ItIup comes on March 4 without golngout of Its way to seek work that very few persona are asking for and that a largo majority of tho people oppose The Re publican leaders from the preeldent and Speaker Cannon down want this 1mIportantwant legislation on all of them In or der to get this legislation congress will be kept busy to the end of the term Tariff revision Is a large task under the imMt favorable conditions even with the naarect election far In tho distance It would be a particularly embarrassing subject In the present exigency with a congros tonal election certain to tako place before the final touches could be put upon tho new schedule If tho worK were started now Tho Dingley act can safety be allowed to stand for two or three yours longer- A personal letter not Intended for publication but which was used for partisan misrepresentation has drawn from Speaker Cannon of the house of representatives a statement as to his position with roganl to the mutter of revising the tariff The speaker meets the question with characteristic frank nose and his utterance will carry weight and significance in view of his prominent position Ills attitude In this matter Is similar to that of other men f high islanding and great Influence IDI the Republican party There will be general tariff revision when the people clearly manifest a desire for It but ho does no believe It will come during the present session of congress for no such popular demand as would itorapol action has materialized Speaker Cannon utters the words of truth and soberness and shows a cor red understanding of the situation when he affirms that nothing otfeotira can be accomplished except by a com plete revision of schedule which would be the result of such a comproiulso as would command a majority vote of tho 386 members of the house of repre sentative and of the SO senators Even then the outcome might not bo to the advantage of the country Says the speaker The enactment of such a re vision and the time necessary to ad Just it to conditions would halt produc tion consumption and commerce for at least 12 months and when the com promise Is enacted ns a whole It will probably not be an Improvement on ex feting law He concludes by saying that If the people actually want a re vision they can express their wishes at the coming congressional election and their command will be obeyed Mean irhlle they are apt to think well before they authorize the disruption of condi tions which In their entirety wore never more favorable to the laborer the farmer the capitalist the producer and tho consumerThis fair presentation of the cone and It Involves an appeal to the Judgment of the people who as the speaker with sound American statesmanship recognises are tho tribunal of last re sort There was a political convention in Kansas the other day It disposed ot all the questions brought before It with regard to public policies by unani mously adopting the following Ito solved That wo let weH enough alone That embodies wisdom as uppllcd to the tariff as well as a number of other matters C7Senntor Tlllman has been on all tides of nearly every public question jut generally for the purpose of find ing Its weak spot and jabbing some thing sharp Into ItChIcago Tribune Republicans can ask no better Is inc for 1908 than tariff which Demo jratjc papers of the conservative typo are advising to be sent to the front fammany Hall Is In the field with that prpgrnmme Newspapers up the stars will have to hurry If they expect to divide with that intelligent tlgor the campaign strategy honorsnIl News j SALOON AND THE CHILDREN Incident Which Shows That Former Zs Willing to Take tho Food and Clothing of the Latter In a recent address 8 L Roberts superintendent of cotton works in Dan rule Va said The effect of the saloon upon children of tho laborer according to my observation and it is not very hmitod Is Indescribably sad A few years ago when thero were saloons in Danville I went to the mill one Monday morning qulto early and as the operatives came In to their respective departments I noticed a little girl and a boy who seemed only to have been at work a few days Tho little girl looked thin and pale and shortly after the machinery started up she came over to where I was and said Mr Roberts I am so weak and feel so badly I cannot work today brother and I have not had a mouthful of breakfast and mother is at home hungry and sad I said What does this mean Didnt you draw your I wages Saturday evening Yes sir said she but looking down at the oyeaIspent all ot our money Saturday night and did not buy us anything to eat I went out and ordered breakfast for them both then I called them and said You go home and toll your mother and father both to come down to the mill and see me They came and I promptly said to limo father that wo would not allow his children to work for us longer except on one con i dlUon Says ho What Is that 1 answered that tho wages thoy made must bo drawn by the mother and used by her to obtain food and clothes for I the children and that he muit not touch the money or have anything to do with making the purchases After some hesitation and seeing that argument was useless he agreed A few days later 1 was driving along the street and a barkeeper came out ot it saloon and hailed mo to stop Jle came up to my buggy and said look here Mr Roberts you are Interfering with my business What said 1 II Interfering with your business Your business is to take tho food from the I mouths ot women and children and clothes off their basks My business Is to put them on He turned on his heel and walked away In my present position I am brought In Immediate eoniaet with many whose children are in our em ployment When saloons were pgrmfc ted In our city not unfrequeally have I witnessed scenes and heard tales ot sorrow from children of drinking tAUIm I destitute of fuel and clouting havo I j had them come to me for help aunt me that their drunken fathers have line their weekly earnings from lhsr I spent them In the saloons while mother with themselves have ben loft without food or clothing to suffer OM rigors of winters cold and be plnh4 with extreme hunger Novel Test of Sobriety An ingenious test of sobriety Is now being experimentally adopted In eon tinental towns On entering a public house the wouldbe drinker finds that the only way to the bar lies along a platform about two feet high ascend I ed by three steps This platform Is about 12 Inches wide and CO yards long following a zigzag course with haaIi narrow and difficult pathway to tte- padded floor especially prepared to receive thorn Sober ones are served In the order ln which they reach the bar If they require another drink they must traverse the platform a sec ond time and so on Ruin In Absinthe At tho temperance congress at Neu chalol in 1903 tho French export Dr i Legrain gave an interesting account of the action of tho absinthe poison Attar three years absinthedrinking aman becomes weakminded and full ot ever Increasing nervous anxiety He grows moody taciturn sunplclous eccentric untrustworthy and apt to quarrel with out cause If he continues to tako tho deadly liquor his body become a mere automaton and he obeys without heel taUon the autosuftgesllonji of his mind often killing maiming and destroying with savage glee those nearest and dear est to him t No Wine at Alumni Dinaam The University of Virginia has ex pressed through Its president a desire that no wino should bd served at the alumni dinners giving as a reason that the use ot wino Is Incompatible with culture and Intelligence and no scholar should take the risk or be exposed to the peril of Injury from this source This Is progress and evolution of the highest class More Dangerous Than Ounppwder Yes sirwe would rather ljlvea barrel of gunpowder in the cellar than a barrel of hard elder We are thank v ful we dont have to have either Rural New Yorker iI Rum and Evil Knnneri- l iakespeare s l1atDlILtetJ warmers live in rum Thelr vlrtuea ire wjrlte In water 3 T JOHNTHE Snnjl y School Letioa for Mty20l W t lpeelan Prepored lor 1111 Paper UtBROtt TKXTMark UHt Memory Verse ax- JOIDKN TKXTB not drunk with Vtoo wherein la flxcultph 618 TIME Jmpilonment of John after near ty two rears of prenchlng took place in bejbdCKlPLACKJesu In Galileo with dUclplet John in prison In Machaerto emit at the Dead tea where probably IMrodi feast look place- Comment and Suggestive Thought V li King Herod Mark lor courtesy styles him king Heard ul Him Heard of Jesus who was at trading so mucbattentlon by His won nnmelWUwere Journeying through Galileo thus multiplying Jciua Influence nnd ex tending JIll fame John the Baptist the dead Her 4 was at least nominally n Sadducee and proteased to believe neither In spirits nor a res urrection V IS Others said Others enter talned various opinions about Joius With Uio o they tried to calm Herods troubled conscience Elian KJIjah A prophet or as one A new prophet or MOno bearing great resemblance to the old prophets- V 17 Herod himself Not moved ty matters of State but for purely per sonal remains Laid hold upon John Arrestnd him For Herodlat sake Licrausa t9 crime for wbluh John re iruariied him was with and on at runt of Herodlan V 18 John had Mid unto Herod He bad repeatedly booought the tet arch to forsako his tin undoubtedly Assuring him that oven for such as he there was forgiveness and restora tion from God upon true repentance It Is not lawful for thee to have her lie way her uncle and It was riot lawful for thole BO near of kin the marry moreover he had a wile and she R husband living at the time V 19 Had n quarrel 11ev Ver Set herself Oftdnst him That is nbe became the sworn enemy of the Maptlst She strongly desired to kill him but could not because she naked personal minority and Herod would not order bill eiccMtion- V 50 Herod feared John Matthew says he also roared the people for they counted Juhn a great prophet Observed blm Kept him safeout of the reach of Herodlaa malice Heard blm Herod WAS n man of keen Intellect and It Deems that Herod often called the prisoner from the dun geon to the palace which was under the tame roof that ho might listen to Jiim Ho vdfd many tilings1 or was much perplexed Perhaps he aban doned some alas and began the practice of tame virtues- V 21 A roovenlpot day A day which brought Herodlaa opportunity for executing tier purpose Lards high captains chief estates Tho three claMcs mentioned wets the greet men of the court of tha army slid of the- plovlace a V 22 The daughter of Herodlns Salome Came In and danend lu lamooblehwithout the toning of ono v or moro professional danfingglrls In dainty Costume and with voluptuous dances commonly accompanied by tam entertainmonqno of high birth to enter the banquet ing ball was considered a great shame hence the strong expression berself tame In Pleased Herod He fan eedbat Salome honored him by degrading herself Had he been sober ho would have felt Jiorrlded 1 bigtiordsbympeated halt of my kingdom A foolishly ex traVacant expression commonly used 6y Wngn biit iiot to be lit erally IlltorllrBtellI forth Luft the scene atfeasting to find her mother who WON In another part of the ensile The hood of Uahn the Baptist This request Herod would be warranted In refusing Johns bend was of more value than the heir of hug kingdom and under no just law was if his to give I Vti BtraUntway with haste Un I KtentllllBtecome too horrified to proffer tho request and Mai Herod when sobered refuse to granfit By and by 1m piatlcr 1IeroIre ho to Indicatingthatedly For their sakes Lest he should appear to them to be fickle and vnacltlatlng Reject her Refuse to greet her request i Practical Points V 17 It IB no excuse for sin thatI ft was done at the Instigation or for the sake of nnolherEzek 1820 V 18j Jf hcarjng tho truth does not I rnakeus Letter iVniakes us worse Js 417 i V22 FrHoloussJIIQtJs find plea nre in frivolous amuBement Prov 1 rslV 21 Many batter the whole of the II I temporarypleasureMark I mission Is a success whether Its years tit many or few Jouu 17 j 4 II t I Iec i uVA LEICHTOFHAND TRICKS the Bint Simple Trick Which Xust Be Mastered to Become a Conjurer The young motion who uould entertain others with success must start with or early acquire a cool bead a capacity for untiring practice and thIS ability to keep up a continuous flro ot explanation which does not explain Tho cool head comes In time of course with practice and It Is not difficult to memorize and adapt to the progress of your work a good line of patter so that tho best ot all re quisites IIpractleP- alming Is tho foundation of all good sleight of hand and Is tho first thing to learn nail tho last thing to neglect to practice says the New York World You will find In the market many moro or less expensive machine Illusions but these are sel dom as effective as tricks performed witli little or no apparatus and with such properties as you can borrow from your audience Tho Straight Palm For the straight paten take a half dollar or An aluminum pocket piece of about now TIUrKB AUE the same silo Hold it between the thumb and the middle and third fin as shown la Fig The little linger and tho first finger are to take A graceful and natural position Now make motion as if you intended to throw the oolu and as your hand swings remove your thumb to Us natural position and at tho same time let the second and third flagons press the coin halt way down Uo papa against tho largo muscles at the base ot the thumb You must be careful to let your fingers straighten out before your hand ends Its swing The Thumb Palm This method of palming Is a very sofa one and easy of accomplishment the only objec lion to It being that it holds the thumb a prisoner The cola Is held between the thumb and forefinger Then when tho motion of throwing Is made tho cola Is slid down be tween the fleshy part of the thumb and pAlm Fig 2 Tho inverse Palm Stand with your palm toward the audience Hold the coin a small one between the tips of the forefinger and thumb with the edge lying against tho side ot the middle finger Now pftttcnd to throw the coin In the air tend as the action of throwing is Imitated the forefinger U slid over the coin the thumb removed and the coin II thus made to protrude at the back between th j first and second fingers where it Is Invisible to the aUdIence Fig 3 Tho French This Is one ot the most useful passes In sleight of hand Hold a cola or any article be tween the forefinger and the thumb of the left hanu Then apparently take this coin with your right band but Instead of so doing let the coin drop Into your left palm Fig 1 To do this so It will not be noticed onJ circle the cola held between your left forefinger and thumb with your rights forefinger and thumb As you do this drop tho cola lute your left palm Tho back of your hand con ceala tho coin in tbo act of dropping Immediately close your right hand as it the cojn was actually there Never look at the left hand rho Wonderful Dollar With any one or a combination of these slelghtf a number of tricks can bo performed For you may say lAdies and gentlemen this dollar that I hold In my hand looks like an ordinary coin but It has some properties that no ordinary dollar hue Would ouItike to examine Itr You may the dollar arotmd for examination but the audience will discover noth lug mysterious In Its appearance for It ls a plain everyday dollar After you again receive the coin you cone tinue It looks lIh an ordinary coin doesnt lit lill show you however that It U twit Behold I take the coin In my hand thus apparently take the coin in your right hand but really drop It In your let French drop method Now watch closely and you will see that thJj coin will go through solid bodies as yell as through thin air See I throw it through my body and catch It back of me thus Make a motion of throw Ing through your body put your left hand behind your back then bring It forth with the coin This of course will be easy an the coin has been snugly lying In your left hand all the time You may vary this by saying that It goes In ono ear and comes out the other apparently plac- Ing tho coin In ode ear and taking It out of tho other Or you may rub It through a solid table etc If you wish you may toll your audience to mars the coin Tho Magic Hat Fig 5 This is a favorite with stage performers as It always takes well with nn audience For this trick you should havo a magic wand A black pieco of wood about a foot and a half long and a halt Inch In diameter will servo as a wand Have concealed in your loft hand about eight half dollars You can do this easily and naturally by holding tho wand In tho same hand Borrow a lint taking it with the right hand In which one halfdollar is palmed Transfer tho hat from the right hand to the left so tho crown li THH VAKIUU8 DONE I 1 Drop Instance l1ngtNIwand under your arm as It Is not needed for the time being Thon and denly run up to one of your audience I la a surprised manner and say What a queer place to keep money I II thought that tho Chinese were the only people who kept their money thereAs I you say this apparently take the coin that you have In your right band from his eat Flip the coin In tho air to show that It is a real one catch It and then retire to the end of the room In which you are giving the performance and make a pass as though throwing the coin through the crown ot tho hat but In reality pulm Ing the coin and letting one from your left hand fall Into the hat Shako the hat to show that there is really a cola In tho hat I Then after looking about the room for a minute say in tones of astonish ment My but we should get rich quickly here the air Is full of money As you stay this make a quick step forward and apparently pluck the coin you have palmed out of tho air Pretend to throw this Into tho hat as you did the other letting another coin drop from your left hand In a similar manner snatch coins from a candla flame out of peoples clothes etc un til you have dropped all the coins from your left hand Into the hat Then hand the hat argund the audience to show that It is an ordinary hat and to let your audIence count the money InItAgain I repeat that you must prac tice before a mirror until you can palm and pass perfectly When you make a pass towards the hat look at it as you would it you actually throw the coin Never look at the hand in j which you are palming a coin I A Modest Ambition lion Mr Sweet was making friends with Johnny his hosts son And I how old are you ho asked1 Im five said Johnny Ah quite a little man And what are you going to beT queried Mr Sweet who has been a senator so many years that he now believes that ha selected his own career in the cradle and that all infants do like wise Im going to tw six Johnny re CoinII Fortunate So you are single at your age were your unfortunate in a love affair Nope 1vf never been sued for breach of promise yetHouston Post i For Good Luck A trlunipht arch of horseshoes was Included among tho decorations at a wedding at Fllmwell Sussex CONVENIENT ILLNESS I o Fond Mother Come dear take your medicine Are you any better Little Kutleol dunno IB it too late to go to school Fond Mother Yes dear Little Katle WtVI fW Im well iougk torrtuy Usm St Loul t Clobe Democrat = 0 HAUNTS OF THE ARTIST i Art Difficult to Locate Because of Ills Elusive Dispo sition Taken literally tho painter Is wonderfully In advance of civilization When It catches up to him either by boat or rail ho slips from under or more hastily through his skylight and goes deeper into the jungle of un explored villages along the uyder Zee Through years of this shunning of mankind says the Reader he has developed Into an elusive hnlmal not yet chameleonllke in his power to change his color as a means of losing himself but inversely with a remark able ability to lose others This is not a mean quality unless you happen to be one of the others Viewed broadly It is a flue primeval desire to hide what belongs to him by right of discover It favors of the dog who buries his bone but never of that mean cur who yelps in the manger In tho higher form of life the attribute may be likened to the loftiness of purpose in the Crusader and again to protective Instincts of a bricklayers union Union Is written here with a rising In flection of the scribes stub pen The artists are a fraternity the bread of their tables the silver in their pockets the coats on their backs are for their brothers but when it comes to bricks or the tools ot the trade they are hid den along with the tone of the dog under the dikes of remote fishing vII larges There are but two absolute means of discovering the haunts of the artist Tho first Is to follow him by stealth the second is to many him Wives are gracefully endured In art late colonies A painting wIre is a comrade a domestic wife Is a guest and a scribbling wifemust beware SWISS PUBLIC SCHOOLS Are Considered by the People Gqod Enough for Rich and Poor Alike One reason why the Swiss fare well is that their public school system IS probably the best in the world and with them public school education Is practically compulsory says Every bodys Magazine You can send your child to a private school In some can tons If you Insist upon so doing but the face of the government and the force of public opinion are sternly against the practice In the canton of Solothurn private schools are abso lutely forbidden In other cantons a private school pupil must secure a for mal permit from the local authorities and in some cantons he must pay a charge to tho public funds The Idea is that the public schools are good enough for all that rich and poor are to meet there on even terms that the public school is the nursery of democ racy and patriotism above all that democracy is the life blood and strength and very soul of the republic and the republic is Switzerland and without the republic Switzerland is nothing Private schools for Swiss children are few In number and such as exist are under the strict supervis ion of the state Education Is a serious matter in Switzerland there Is no es cape from It A parent must send his children to school or go himself to Jail They kept a Seventh Day Ad ventlst In Jail for two years because ho refused to let his child attend school on Saturdays As It then seemed likely he would spend the rest of his life In a cell he surrendered Who Got the Drop Arizona AIHow did the tight come out between Rattlesnake Pete and Bronco DUn Alkali IkeIt resulted In a draw Sure it did but what I want lo know is which drawrd firsUPblla delphia Record Telephone Statistics tn London according to the latest statistics there Is only one telephone for every 60 families In New York there Is one for 12 In Boston one for six In San Francisco one for four MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May C lTLN to gocd 4 BO fl 1 1UeA Fair 6ffi O 6 g675HOOSCholceMlxwl packers 645 W W- SKEEPExtra 60 IAMHSCUPPCV extra Ii 75 fD M- KLOURSprin patent 480 O 4 M 90 M GLconNNo2OATSNo 2 mixed O M JIJAHLRYNOirA Y Cholet ftlG 00 S16IROPrime W holc M 1214 r2AIPLKSChoIcePQTATOr Per bush M w 65 TOHACCONew 4 Z5 O18 75 Old 4taei475 CHICAGO 2zWIEATNn 3 red i5 t 82 i 18orSNoiI I NEW YORK FrOfRAVInter S W O 4 K WJiCOIlNNo2 mixed rr u S7H SlOHKII17 70 75 8 S5 BALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 red o SWi 5315CATTLESteersHOOSQood to choice 700 t172g LOUISVILIE WHEATNO 2 tell e u CORNNO white U 49 OATSNO 3 mixed S4 V34j SOLA1tDPrlmoINPIANAPOLIS CATTLE Irjino steers 6 K 15 75- HOaB Good to choice 6 4S G f- tfiJJEKlIlKt grade 409 U 5 00 I 1 r f 3BereaFOUNDED 1866 ti PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL I J Over 40 Teaohers and 900 Students frem 28 States lanes College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS 1a tiI J APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nnrsingtwo years al NORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State DiplomaIACADEMY COURSES Four years fitting fur College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading U Baccalaureate degrees a MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theoryj I We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian i education Our instruction is a tree gift Students pay a small Incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also i I pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be i brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term w of 11 weeks 22 25 Fall term opened September 18 Winter term opened January 9and Spring term will open fnrch 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tionalists Methodists Presbyterlans and good people of all denominations i For information and friendly Advice address the Secretary v WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky CGeeeeeeeeeeeC eee I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES KyIIOUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS NG i IGI f I +o+o+o+0+o+o+o+0o+o+o+o+o+e+ 0+0o+o+o+o+o+oo+ 0 tr THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Is here and every housewife want one Qr more places of new FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Steak it will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can supply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Bell Bearing Sowing Machine 25 930 and 135 worth and S65 ORUTOHER EVANS Joplin Old sued Richmond Ky Day Phase 78 NIttPhon 474- o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+e0+ o+o+o+o+o+oo+oo+o+o+oO+ r Carriage Satisfaction Here I Buggies zfPhaetons t J Runabouts 4 Burries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful Oomfortabl Stylish r Our Vehicles are every one FLAWLESS in wha l boy p finish and trimmings other sort eOuld give the Mthftetloa our gireNo or than HERE No better tine to buy than I NOW Pdt a down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Top notah We ripalnt rpair and rstlrs Get our prices I KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c F HKJGINS Prop RkkaM fIt NMMMM Madison County Roller Mills effd r M Manufacturers Fancy Roller Plow Cora Meat Ship Stung Crushed On Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wilt tt Yard le fleet PKID8 OF MADIsoN la aaother Exalte Pfev t 8IiI4lldil i Potts Duerson r 0 YkMas 14a1Ms hey l t tJ r I I t I 1475 4 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1i The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear li known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than j other makes beaus the standard has always been placed so Ugh that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE W HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 r 1111 II II Berea and Vicinity r t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 04 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mr R R Early of Lexington is visiting tho family of Dr Switzer Major Grosvenor will preach ai the Christian Church on Sunday morningMr Pasco has been making n short visit to his parents Rev and Mrs M K Pasco Rev Mr Stout is so improved in health that lie is now planning to fill his pulpit next Sunday Mrs Grosvenor has returned from Cincinnati when she has been visit- Ing relatives and friends for some tnio The Richardson store building is going up Mr Burnham is said to be planning to erect a store building on his newly acquired pro pertyTho Canning Company has bought 100000 cans and has contracted its output at 75 cents a dozen It expects to use the crop from 200 acres There is still room for farmers who wish to put in a crop It is said that the Maharajah Gaukwar of Baroda who is just now visiting the United States has tho power of life and death over his subjects What a business manager he would make for a newspaper E W McCormick Secretary of the State Board of Health will speak at the Court House in Richmond Thursday Mr McCormick is a candidate for Governor Clay Jones the saloonkeeper of Richmondwho took carbolic acid 4 Sunday will not recover and says ho does not wish to If wo were saloon fists we would prefer to hedge Mr Stevens is still at it Ho is now having a well drilled near the barn at his new place on Chestnut street The editor tried the forked switch on his location Wednesday and pronounced it good fiftyrtetRichardson for too and has now r sold half of that to J C Burnham for WOO We suppose that ho com forted himself by the sizo of his commfasiou Miss Nina Lamson n missionary of the Congregational Education Society at San Mateo New Max is visiting her sister Mrs L V Dodge this week Miss Lauisou is on her way to Now York to n meeting of the society under which she works and will later return to Berea for a more extendedvisit A fragment of a supposed lost gos pel has been found at Oxyrhyncya and there is great rejoicing among scholars Others are in some doubt as to the value of the find consider alreadyknownpreachers Very few people have yet come to a working understand iug of the Golden Rule TO CUIIK A COII IX OitK DAT Take LAXATIVli BKOMO Quinine Taleeu refund ruoll If It f1la to cure n W GKOVitlcaatureiioa etch box ajc 1IIIIIIIIIn 1II111111111111 Secretary and Mrs Gamble are expected homo today quiteillfriendsMrs A B Penuington of Ravens wool Chicago is visiting Dr and Mrs Best this week Field Day will be on Thursday next It is expected that several records will be broken- A very interesting series of remi- niscencesI by Major Buruham is being published in the Richmond Climax Tho United States Supremo Court has handed down a decision that poultry running at large and trespassing upon the promises of others than their owner are classified as wild game and can be killed by own ers of such premises with impunity The installment of the History of the Eighth Kentucky was cronded out last week by tho account of tho Lexington meeting and other important news We are rather full of matter this week but will resume this interesting story nevertheless The firm of Rhodus Green has dissolvedand Mr Greens place has been taken by Mr Rollio Harris The firm is now known as Harris Rhodus t Co Mr Green has bought out Mr Gabbard of the corner store standWe andwill carry on business at that wonder if tho dog law is being enforced It should be with a shot if the worthless otherwistr1beWo fail to see why a cur has more IIIIzenSaturday some 200 or more people from that section gathered together including 25or 30 comrades of theG A R Parades speaking and music to gether with a beautifuloutdoor spread made the occasion an enjoy able and helpfulone There are many plain industrious simple people in Berea and elsewhere payingtheirI and trying not to hate their enemies whoso names do not get into the pa partitularlyWe put this item into the Citizen to let its subscribers know that there are such people here and that the world is not mado up of those alone who get into trouble- It is of interest to every communi ty to know that Carl Schurz is dead Carl Schtirz was an idealist who firtbuilt castles in the air and then strongfoundations too original and too sincere to work orlJauizntious charged with inconsistency but the only thoroughly consistent man is 1 one who has been dead long enough to have been thoroughly embalmed Carl Schurz was thoroughly alive and his memory and ideas will live foreverA Collins who lived with Julius Hacker on Jackson street died last week anti his body was taken to Laurel Creek for burial Four of the College students made up the improvised band which went to the GAR meeting at Dmputanlu I last Saturday and furnished patriotic music for the occasion Tho strains j evolved by Messrs Boggs Dizuey- j Troadway and Eastman wore greatly I appreciated by tho listening people There was n temperance lecture at tho Baptist church Wednesday night by Rev David Tatum of Cleveland Ohio Mr Tnlum was formerly at- tbo head of the Homo for tho Friend yearsIfence was present at the lecture The Cnrurglc IViulou Fund Mr Andrew Carnegie who is giv ing tho magnificent now Library Building to Bcrca has set aside a large sum of money to be used by trustees in paying certain pensions to college professors who have retired from active teaching These trustees have decided that they will include in their list of col leges only those which meet certain requirements mid these requirements are such as to shut out all the colleges of this state with one possible excep tion Berwa meets all other require ments but is cut out because its pro lessors give instruction in the Academy and Normal Department as well as in the College itself 1111 In Clae told Ijtwu Inrtjr An enjoyable lawn fete was given Monday evening on Treasurer T J Osbornefl lawn by the members of Mrs A E Thomsons Bible Class About twenty young people were present and were served with delicious ice cream sherbet andcake Tho evening selected proved ideal for the affairand the place was ono welladapted to a lawn party Chineselanterns were used IBS a means of illumination as well as for giving to the affair a rich Oriental effectGames were indulged in till about I 845 oclock when tho party dis peered taking with them the remem brauce of an enjoyable evening As n result of tho sympathy shown for and the assistance rendered to the sufferers from the effects of the eruption of Vesuvius by tbo King and Queen of Italy there is a much better state of feeling toward the government in southern Italy than has ever been before It is hoped that this bringing the King in close contact with tho poverty of tho south will result in something being done to ameliorate the condition of the people of that section of Italy ROIIII Itulr fur CorrpoIfI In spelling proper names namo of persons or places write plainly Wo can guess at other things but we dont liko to guess at names Try to get your correspondence in by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon l1t latest still if something im portant has happened we want it even if you cant get it to us before Thursday Wo reserve tho right to alter or to leave out anything that we consider too personal or not of sufficient into erest for the majority of our readers We want correspondence from all parts of time country Let us know what is happening in your locality Sign your namo to every letter you send us We will not publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written tho communication OnO ColdanflDOIIII0I The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer if will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SOOITS EWULSmJ when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflammation heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send ffr free ample SCOTT BOWNK Chemists 409415 tart Street Kew Yerk ecandft00 Andrs i- I IThe HomeSpun Fair the power of the hand guided by an intelligent mind The beauty of the coverlids which our mountain friends make tell of an intelligence which planned the pat tern and then guided the hand to reproduce it in the loom The well expressionIof Beren College believes in practi cal education the education which not only gives knowledge but teaches how to use it There arc many fireside indus tries that are expressions of just this kind of practical intelligence and Berea College wishes to en courage all such industries and for several years has conducted a HomeSpun Fairon Commencement day and has given premiums for the best and secondbest of eachexhibit The premiumlist has been revised this year and we hope our friends will carefullyread it and the rules governing exhibits and will plan to enter one or more articles Here is an opportunity to take a premium and also to make a sale of the article if yon so desire We are offering a premium of 150 for the best and 750 for the secondbest hickory or oak split basket melon shape Thes should not be larger than a half bushel basket and smaller sizes will find a readier sale We hope some enterprising boy will make a number of fine split baskets enter them for a prize and gain the 150 premium and also sell them for a good sum We can hear the money jingling in the pocket of the most enterprising boy Who is he I Take a Kodak with You The Porter Drug Co 1ICOOlafOaUaD +o+o+o+o+o 0+o+o+o+0o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+00+o+J+o+o- AtI the UptoDate Grocery YOU CAN BUY ithovery bent and freshest goods I get them fresh two or three tiuitM a week uo stuff that has been on hand t Standard Sugar Coru00F- ire proof Oil 12 i Good Flour GO Very Beet Flour 05 Beet Navy Beans04 tDrownSugar04-I t sell a complete line of tinware all kind of lUpU and fancy groceries hardware hay nil kinds seed potatoes and mill feed Prompt delivery to ill parts of city iWD LOGSDON Prop o+o+o+0 00+ 0+o+o+o+o+o+o000a+ 077 77 7777 3 7 rFurniture is a Necessity g You must have it to make your home or room look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better i time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window rnShades Pictures et- cLOUIS i 0 LESTERN- ext to the Mill Chestnut Ave S Phone 93 Jt EEEEEeEEEEEEEEE eceEfJt4 oalo0ososotlotioogeetbor70a OWO GZ3oioscsasorlosososotlo- S o o io- m I 0 Spring is hi0 iand everybodywants new and uptodate goods and- o I we have them Consisting of suits for men and i boys Shoes at all prices for men women and o o children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and I boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens i and womens furnishing goods Call and see our t o spring goods before buying Our golden rule Treat your customers right iif you expect their future o patronagei IoNew Cash Store RHODUS OREEN Ii CO PROPRIETORS I I U pl i I Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for y tf Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wtar Is known everywhere throughout the world They hire to give better satUfactlon than i other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can jet elsewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I II J I 111111 I J J J J I J J I II 11111 II I 1111 I I I I H1tlHlt- FtBerea and Vicinity 7t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I Lr I 11 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I Mr R R Early of Lexington is visiting the family of Dr Switzer Major Qrosvenor will preach at the Christian Church on Sunday morningMr Pasco has been making n short visit to his parents Rer and Mrs M K Pasco Rev Mr Stout is BO improved in health that he is now planning to fill his pulpit next Sunday Mrs Qroavenor has returned from Cincinnati when she has been visiting relatives and friends for some timeThe Richardson store building is going up Mr Buruham is said to be panning to erect a store proparty The Canning Company has bought 100000 cans and has contracted its output at 75cents a dozen It expects to uao the crop from 200 acres There is still room for farmers who wish to put in a crop It is said that tho Maharajah Guekwnr of Baroda who is just now visiting the United States has tho power of life and death over his managerheE W McCormick Secretary of the Stato Board of Health will speak at the Court House in Richmond Thursday Mr McCormick is a candidate for Governor Clay Jones the saloonkeeper of Richmond who took carbolic acid Sunday will not recover and says he does not wish to If we were saloon fists we would prefer to hedge Mr Stevens is still at it Ho is now having a well drilled near the barn at his new place on Chestnut street The editor tried the forked switch on his location Wednesday and pronounced It good fiftyItetRichardson for tOO and has now sold half of that to J C Burnham for 400 We suppose that ha com forted himself by the size of his commission Miss Nina Lamson n missionary J of the Congregational Education Society at San Mateo New Met is visiting her sister Mrs L V Dodge this week Miss Lnmsou is on her way to Now York to R meeting of the society under which she works and will later return to Berea for a more extendedvisit A fragment of a supported lost gospel has been found at Oxyrhyuc and there is great rejoicing among scholars Others are in some doubt 93 to the value of the find consider alreadyknowupreachers Very few people have come to a working understand I tug of the Golden Rule t TO CURS A COLIri IX OJiK I AY I Take tAXATIVH BKOMO Quinine abetsilrunrUta refund if it f te to cure C W CttQVKi signature Is oa each box sac 1 to 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 t Secretary and Mrs Gamble are expected homo today quiteillfriends Mrs A B Peuuingtou of Ravens wood Chicago is visiting Dr and Mrs Best this week Field Day will be on Thursday next It is expected that several records will be broken A very interesting series of rem- iniscencesI by Major Bumharn is being published in the Richmond ClimaxThe United States Supreme Court has handed down a decision that poultry running at large and tres passing upon the premises of others than their owner are classified as wild game and can be killed by own ers of such premises with impunity The installment of tho History of the Eighth Kentucky was crowded out last week by the account of the Lexington meeting and other im portant news Wo are rather full of matter this week but will resume this interesting story nevertheJestiThe firm of dissolved and Mr Greens place has been taken by Mr Rollie Harris The firm ia now known as Harris Rhodtia C Co Mr Green has bought out Mr Gabbard of the corner store and will tandIgun if tho worthless curs with which howlingWe the town is overrun cannot otherwise rights in this place than a tired cit izen At a mooting of the G A Rout poet at T i last Saturday sonic 200 or more people from that section gathered together including 25 or 30 comrades of theG A R Parades speaking and music together with a beautifuloutdoor spread made the occasion an enjoy able and helpful one There are many plain industrious simple people in Berea and elsewhere payingtheirand trying not to hate tboir enemies whose names do not get into the pa Their doings are not partit u lardy interesting to the multitude We put this item into tho Citizen to let Its subscribers know that there are such people hero and that the world is not made up of those alone who get into trouble It is of interest to every communi ty to know that Carl Sahara is dead Carl Scbtirz was an idealist who firsUbuilt castles in the air and then strougCouadations too original and too sincere to work pnlzatio charged with inconsistency but the only thoroughly consistent man ia one who bas been dead long enough u I to havo been thoroughly embalmed Carl Schurz was thoroughly alive I and his memory and ideas will live forever A Mr Collins who lived with Julius Hacker on Jackson street died last week anti his body wrts taken to Laurel Creek for burial Four of the College students made up the improvised baud which went j Disputantslastmusic for the occasion The strains j evolved by Messrs Boggs Diznoy I Trcadway and Eastman wore greatly i appreciated by the listening people I There was n temperance lecture at the Baptist church Wednesday night by Rev David Tatum of Cleveland Ohio Mr Tatum was formerly at the head of the llama for the Friend less in Cleveland but for 80 years has been engaged in temperance work A hmull but appreciative and ience watt present at the lecture The Cnrurftln IriiMon Fund Mr Andrew Carnegie who is giv ing tho magnificent new Library Building to Bores has set aside a large sum of money to bo used by trustees in paying certain pensions to college professors who have retired from These trustees hays decided that they will include in their list of colleges only those which meet certain requirements and these requirements are such as to shut out all the colleges of this state with ono possible excep tion Berea meets all other requirements but is cut out because its pro Lessors give instruction in tho Acad emy and Normal Department as well as in the College itself lusts claa Hold Ixiwn Party An enjoyable lawn tots was given Monday evening on Treasurer T J Oabornea lawn by the members of Mrs A E Thomsons Bible Class About twenty young people were present and were served with deli cious ice cream sherbet and cake The evening selected proved ideal for tho nffnirnud the place was one well adapted to a lawn party Chinelanterns were used IBB a means of illumination on well as for giving to the affair a rich Oriental effectGames were indulged in till about 845 oclock when tho party dispersed taking with them the remora brauco of an enjoyable evening As a result of tho sympathy shown for and the assistance rendered to the sufferers from the effects of the eruption of Vesuvius by tho King and Queen of Italy there ia a much better state of feeling toward the government in southern Italy than has ever been before It is hoped that this bringing the King in close contact with the poverty of the south will result in something being done to ameliorate the condition of the people of that section of CornotlpoInlISome Halm fur In spelling proper names name of persons or places write plainly We can guess at other things but we dont liko to guess at names Try to get your correspondence in by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon at latest still if something im portant has happened wo want it even if you cant get it to us before ThursdayWe the right to alter or to leave out anything that we consider too personal or not of sufficient int crest for the majority of our readers We want correspondence from all parts of the country Lot ua know what is happening in your locality Sign your name to every letter you send us We will not publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written the communication One Cold ana notlleI The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take scoffs EmULSlD when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflammation heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send ffir free sAmple SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 44i416 rear Street Air Jerk I9e end f0 Ad yll J r ITho HomeSpun FairIthe power of the hand guided by an intelligent mind The beauty of the coverlids which our mountain friends make tell of nn intelligence which planned the pat tern nnd then guided the hand to reproduce it in the loom The well made axehandle is the expression of n master mind directing the wil ling hand Uerea College believes in practi cal education the education which not only gives knowledge but teaches how to use it There arc many fireside indus tries that are expressions of just this kind of practical intelligence and Berea College wishes to en courage all such industries and for several years has conducted a HomeSpun Fair on Commencement day and has given premiums for the best and secondbest of eachexhibit The prcnlium list has been re vised this year and we hope our friends will carefully read it and the rules governing exhibits and will plan to enter one or more articles Here is an opportunity to take a premium and also to make a sale of the article if you so desire We are offering a premium of 150 for the best and 750 for the secondbest hickory or oak split basket melon shape Thest should not be larger than n half bushel basket and smaller sizes will find a readier sale We hope some enterprising boy will make a number of fine split baskets enter them for a prize and gain the 150 premium and also sell them for a good sum We can hear the money jingling in the pocket of the most enterprising boy Who is he Rulos Governing Entries at the Horn Spun Fair i All goods or articles entered for premium must have been made since June 7 1905 t There must be at least ten linseywooJseyteans mum cotton and wool blankets must bt 5i yards long 3 All dyes used must be vege table not commercial dyes and the receipt used in dyeing yarns and thread must be given in writ ing with each colored sample 4 Only secondclass premiums will given foe secondclass arti cles when no firstclass articles are entered 5 Entries may be made at and Tuesday am on Wednesday June 6 agoG Articles can be offered for salt after iq Ii m Wednesday Juno 6 1906 but cannot be entered foi premium Premium listut Prim ind 1iem gtoohomespunDimity sac lotAllwool Jeneroyards apq too Cotton lud Wool Jean 10 30Muieyivyardt 2W roo llo ey Cotton and Wool 50Allwoolyard 3M too llomeipun AilWool plan kets sX yard tta too- 11onaspun Cotton end wPiguredLlneomrdDouble Weave llaen to yarda tuo JM 30HagjoCornHickory or Oak Split Ba 73AxeSUandmadey3KnitYarn ludlrn lllue or 13KnltMlltenaofYarn Indigo lllue and White 23 For one cut number 400 chain cotton and 25 threads woolyarn coarse enough for coverlidweav ing and spun on handwheel also for one cut of hand spun linen thread the following special prem iumsare offered provided receipt of dye accompany each colored sample it new arid Prem Indigo Blue dark Lou 30 30UahtDrown 00 30 Madder Red r too v Home products not included is exhiblitedCome and enjoy Commencement and bringjomearticle cor exhibit in n I Take a Kodak with You The Porter Drug CoIUfooaPORUID +oo+o+ooo+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+oo+o+o+J+oo IAt the OptoDate Grocery YOU CAN BUY ttho very beet and freshest goods I get them fra h two or three time a week uo stuff that has bees on band Sugar Corn08 tStandard Oil 60 12 Flour 05 1 Beet Nay DeansQJBr- own Sugar 04 t fIstill a complete line of tinware all kinds of slapU and groceries hardware hay all kind seed potato and will feed Prompt delivery to sly parts of city 1WD LOGSDON Propi o+o+0+0 o+ 00+0+0+0 0+0000000 7 rFurniture is a Necessity You must have it to make your home II or room look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din 1 ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window iShades Pictures etc LOUIS 0 LESTERflS Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93 iS EEEEffjEeEEEEEEE eE 0000000000000000000000800o o t i i- I Spring is here i and everybody wants new and uptodate Roods and- o we have them Consistingof suits for men and iboys Shoes at all prices for men women and i andsand womens furnishing goods Call and see our spring goods before buying IOurgolden rule Treat your customers 1 if you expect their future patronage rightIo o I 0 I The New Cash Storej RHODUS GREEN tCO PROPRIETORS o I C JI SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS i Interesting Happenings That Oc carted During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS E cltlng Events In the United SUtea and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimes and Casualties Congressional Items Representative Stanley Kentucky introduced two resolutions seeking In formation of tho president and the dos partment of commerce and labor as to oxlstonco of a Tobacco trust or a Combination in restraint of trado bo I ween the American tho Continental ind the Imperial Tobacco Cos Senator Platt Introduced a Joint res utlou prohibiting polygamy It pro- vIded that Neither polygamy nor Dolygamous practices shall exist In tho nltcd States or any place subject to I Jurisdiction Senator Dick Introduced a bill pro owing that a bronze medal of honor iiall bo issued to each surviving eol Her who enlisted under the first call f President Lincoln for 75000 troops The senate has heard from Its antt aes amendment to tho railroad rate ill In tho shapo of a number of pro- tltll from many people who will bo Affected by It Including especially ashlngtcn attorneys of tho roads It will bo reconsidered Three hundred and twenty pension TIs woro passed by tho house In one Mnr and a half This record has vcr been equaled in the disposition pension legislation Mr Hepburn In tbo house made a gorous attack upon the courtmar al system of tho navy and especially ftlrlscd tho officrs responsible for accidents that have happened to ips ot the navy irnntor Baileys non suspension ondment applying to orders of the rstato commerce commission as Bred by tho railroad rate bill which occupied BO much of tho attention the senate In connection with that it was adversely disposed of by tho iMvovotoof M to 11- Miscellaneous vt tho meeting of the reconstruction nimlttec San Francisco a rcsolu n was adopted declaring that tho Raves for public and private employ Pl1t at ordinary unit unskilled labor luld1Ic 1260 for nine liouw vithotifth being strongly urged by any Influential InlcretU to call an ly special session of the Call for rha legislature Gov Pardeo Is In no a de to take action In the matter Asa i outcome 01 his statement the inmlltco on special legislation Ie Ilcd on special legislation decided tot art n call for the legislature and to ant tho bills which the governor will ic nuked to recommend for enactment That tho authorities have no Inton n of loosening tbo reins which have t4 the liquor dealers In check In sin Francisco was made plain by an Moplmllc declaration from Mayor Hrhmlts that all drinking places will HP closed for an indefinite period A number of saloon proprietors had In ourso of construction temporary 7 nlldlngs To these tho commlselou irn Issued n warning advising them hat tho number ot saloon licenses to oc Issued In the future would bo greatly curtailed and that It was unwise for them to incur any cipcnso In the way of temporary building operations Without a single hitch and with only a minor Incident to mar tho niomnr aWf day the Russian parliament was inaugurated The weather was superb anal tho stage management of the Im npHiilve Ceremony at tho winter pal art whore Emperor Nicholas dellr 111 the Speech from the throne to fix members of the two houses was prefect Such a spectacle perhaps over beforo has been witnessed on the earth of stage The message In reality wits less a throne speech than a greeting apd required only throe 91 ontoa for Iii drJhCJ The douma which was Inaugurated 4t St Petersburg was denounced by iM Gorky tho Russian author In an ittjurkyylo know lhoy must havo a revolution In order to be freo Gorkys appeal entitled by him AM open letter to the authors of free America The Finnish diet sent an address of greeting to the Russian national par liament declaring that tho prospcsU now open to Russia arouse sincere joy nmons the Finnish people Sam Sims a negro who killed tho horse upon which Constable Lamar ffrndrlcks at Jackson Miss who was attempting to arrest him was riding eras taken from the authorities and t nrhcdMoflos Hans arrested in Now York in connection with tho cotton report leak In the department of agricul ture Washington In which former Htatletlclan E S Holmes Jr and Frederick U Peckham wore Involved wze discharged from custody by Judge Molt of the United States court In connection with the International philatelic exhibition which will open n London May 22 it Is announced that tho celebrated collection of Hawaiian stamps of H J Crocker of San Fran BCO value at over 45000 was Un matched to London a few days be t4 s ho earthouako r That Zion City affairs shall be ruled by a committee of three ono chosen by Vollva one by Dowse and ono by the circuit court Judges hearing the case they to have charge until the in junction matter is finally disposed of Is the probable temporary settlement of tho legal battle between tie Zion City factions Detectives from the district attor nays office New York visited tho sup ply department of the Mutual Life In surance Co and took possession of account books cancelled checks and one document which they conveyed to the criminal courts building An action was begun In the supreme court Brooklyn by Francis T Wil liam M Robert B and O D Ingraham against the International Salt Co tho tocalled salt trust and N S Boards leo and E P McDermott as receivers of the National Salt Co for an ac counting Judge S A Armstrong of Cclna who heard the motion to quash Indict ments pending against County Com missioners David F Owens and Igna tius Stcchschulta and County Surveyor Oliver C Talbot in connection with tho socalled bridge trust cases overruled tho motion Over 800 citizens ot Franklin county Miss charged with being members of an alleged wblt capper organization pleaded guilty before Judge Niles on tho charge ot intimidating government homesteaders and were each as sessed tho minimum fine of US and three months imprisonment Among thoBO Indicted was tho sheriff of Franklin county then Count Alqjcla Pavollch Ignatlcff formerly governor of Kleff was as sassinated it is supposed by en agent of the revolutionists who hallmarked him as ono of tlrtlr victims The Interstate commerce commis sion met In Chicago to hoar evidence from railroad men and Independent oil refiners In regard to the relationship between tho Standard 011 Co and cer tarn railroads A largo number of wit nesses havo been subpoenaed and It Is expected tho hearing will last some time This hearing Is a continuation of ono begun In Kansas City Charged with having embezzled upwards of 100000 from his employers Edwin S Greenfield head clerk of tho banking and brokerage firm ot Harrison Snydor Son of Philadel phia was arrested and told In 10000 ball Greenfield made a full confession In a heavy storm which swept Lako Hrlo the barges Algeria and Iron Queen sank within two miles of the broakwator oft tho mouth ot tho Cuya hoga river With tho former her cap tain Martin Elneu and George Wal ton onglnoman went down and wore drowned while the steward and two companions lost their lives in tho Iron Queen Attorney General Moody says The government has filed in tho circuit court of the United States for tho Dis trict of Indiana a petition for an in junction against certain associations corporations and individuals compris tog what Is known as the drug trust of the United Statos During the voyago ot the steamer Faukla from India to tho FIJI Islands 124 coollos were taken sick with chol era and 61 died Authority to resume tho game ot football at Harvard which was ordered to bo discontinued on account of the brutality ot tho contest has been given by a voto of the board of overseers of Harvard college Nino of tho 2i members of tho board however In eluding President Eliot registered themselves as opposed to tho continu ance of football Robert J Wynne American consul general at London former postmaster general of the United States will arrive in New York tQ testify In post offlco conspiracy cases at Washington City Treasurer James V Falkor Nowburyport Mass has been arrest ed charged with shortage In his ac countBiTho mutilated an unknowni young woman was discovered laborers In tho Hast river almost dl rectly under the Brooklyn bridge Most of tho clothing had been torn from the body A letter dated Cleveland March 27 was found on the body ad dressed to Dear Kate Apparently written by the dead womans stator and was signed ilarlann Tho body was that of a woman between 25 and 20 years old about five foot tall with black hair and regular features Connsol for Mrs Duke filed an np poll carrying to tho court of errors and appeals New Jersey the divorce granted to her husband James U Duke r The eruption of Mt Vesuvius is diminishing Tho ashes hUvo npw taken the direction of Pompeii and Ot tajano while some ashes havo fallen at Summa At a business session of tho conference at Charities and Corrections In Philadelphia Minneapolis was select od aa tno next place of meeting date to bo determined later The Electric Properties Co of Now York with which John F Wallace former chief engineer of tho Panama canal Is to bo Identified was Incorporated with a capital of 12000000 Select Councilmen Edward J Ed wards and Max Friedman Real Eatnto Agent Joseph M DIxon Dr H P Asho and Policeman Stephen Carr who were arrested last week rn tho cru sado against graft and Vlco that Is bo Ing carried on by tho pollco of Pitts burg were held for court after a hear lug before police magistrates Charles McCarthy 41 ladderman with Ladder 2 of East Boston com mitted suicide by drinking whisky and carbolic acid and finally shooting him self through the heart in Holy Cross cemetery Maiden A funeral was In progress at the ttnaa r Work will be resumed by thb mine workers throughout tho anthracite field The repairmen and any others necessary to prepare tho collieries for general operations report for work first The agreement entered into In News York between the operators and tho aub scale committee was formally ratified Tho session of the coal operators of Illinois Indiana and Ohio was occu pled by the discussion of the best way to lay their proposed plans of arbitra tion before President Roosevelt A resolution expressing appreciation ot the selfsacrifice shown by Presi dent John Mitchell and tho scale com mittee of tho anthracite miners union In their determination to avoid a strike was adopted by tho Church Association for the Advancement of the Interests of Labor in New York Late general orders from national headquarters of the Womens Relief Corps by President Abblo Adams an nounco that tho 24th national conven tion of tho organization will be held In Minneapolis August 16 and 17 The strike of 1000 funeral drivers IB Now York City has tied up tho un dertaking business so completely that about ono hundred and fifty bodies remained unburied Hearses and car riages were driven away from church es mourners were kept waiting all day In homes of tho dead and in several Instances nonunion drivers ot hearses and carriages were attacked In tho street and pollco protection become necessary Tho United States government se cured an unconditional surrender In the United States circuit court at St Paul ot the paper trust against which the attorney general began a suit to dissolve a combination between the General Paper Co and 23 other de fondants on the ground that an agree ment had been entered into by tho de fendants In restraint of Interstate com morceMaj Frank Huntoon of Now York filed In tho court of chancery New Jersey an appeal from tho decision of Vice Chancellor Pitney advising a de cree of divorce for James B Duke Tho adjudgment that ho was to pay 3000 for counsel fees Is also objected to The worlds record high run 18Inch ball two In was broken by Wllllo Hoppe In Chicago who set tho now mark at 307 The former record was hold by Louis Cure at 25G Hoppa made tho record In tho game with Joke Schaefer whom ho defeated In eight Innings by the score of GOO to 193 William H Lewis for many years treasurer of the Motion railroad and known to railroad men throughout the United States died suddenly ot heart disease Tho boilers of the DIg Pine Lumber Co s plant at Colfax La exploded killing three men and partially wreck Ing thoplaut Tho extradition bill covering tho convention between the Balfour gov ernment and tho United States for tho Inclusion of bribery among extras dltablo crimes passed Its second read Inc In the house of lords London- A number ot prominent members of the order of Bnal Brlth who will gn from Cleveland to attend tho annual meeting of that body in Terre Haute Ind May 20 have announced that they will present to the convention a propo sition to erect a statue of the late Sec retary of State John Ray In Washing tonVice President Lewis of United Mine Workers of America says that 3000 miners have returned to work In Indiana anti Ohio under tho 1903 scale receiving their full demand and In some cases In Ohio even moro than this The additional concession in Ohio was placing all the men undor the tonnage system The coal mines bill the object ot which Is to gradually reduce tho hours of work till they reach the eighthour limit In 1909 without reducing wages was passed unanimously on second reading In the house of lords London The bill affects 670000 persons Edwin 8 Holmes Jr formerly as sistant statistician of the agricultural department Washington flied a demurrer to an Indictment returned against him charging conspiracy In connection with tho cotton leak Ins vestigation He set up that no crime Is charged In tho Indictment and de clares there is uot sufficient Information upon which he can base a de tense It Is also declared that each and oven count In the mdlclment In bad In substance Vice President Fairbanks was 34 years old May It lie spent his ttmo prP idjgg over die senate In one or the busiest days or the session lie rccelvpd tile congratulations ot his friends In the senate as well as many jncssages from friends throughout tho COl1l1trIVlcb President Fairbanks who was scheduled to deliver an address at tho general conference M E church south Birmingham Ala was unable to leave Washington on account of public duty The late Mrs Francis Burton Harri son who was killed by being thrown from an automobile on Long Island left an estate valued at moro than 34 000000 True bills were found by tho federal grand Jury against four of tho bank clerks arrested In connection with the failure of tho Enterprise National bank of Allegheny Pa They aro charged with making false entries and false certification of checks It Is announced that all tho locomo tlvo and machine shops of the Erlo railroad have resumed work with full forcesBy explosion In a rolling mill ot tho Dupont powder works Wilmlnc ton Dot William McCrea waalnstant ly killed nnd James Cacao fatally in redJ 4 TROUBLE INZLON CITY A DowJo Mcetlnir Broken Up By Opposing Faction A Second Disturbance Was Caused By Reading of a Letter Stating That Dowies Wife Had Been Healed By HIs Prayer Chicago lIlAt a meetlps over which John Alexander Dowle presided at Zion City Sunday after noon was broken up by a number of followers of the opposing faction ass elated by several outsiders and beforo tho crowd dispersed a freo fight oc curred bowie was addressing the audience numbering about six hundred and made tho statement that the overseers of the Vollva faction were thieves and robbers At once a number of those In tho audience were on their feet shouting No no you are the robber why dont you pay your debts The disturbance became so violent that a Zion guard was sent to restore order grayheadoddemands for Dowlo to pay his obligations and this was a signal for a free fight A dozen men seized the guard and were about to drag him down tho alslo when Gladstone Dowlo and Deacon Arrington mounted the platform and called upon the audience not to creato a disturbance and to tako their seats Dowlo was so weak that he had to bo carried from his carriage into tho tabernacle by two attendants- At an afternoon meeting called for Dowse adherents only but which was Invaded by a largo number of thoso who were riotous at the former meeting Dowle precipitated a second gen oral disturbance Ho caused to be read a letter from one of his support ers stating that the writers wife had aIfor her This fact Dowse compared orIaud his supporters were offering pray i ers for her recovery Dowlo declared that he feared the woman would die because she had associated herself with tho rebels Immediately there was a storm of hisses and shouts of Shame shame There Is death in store for more cf you If this rebellion keeps on con tinned Dowlo Again the people I sprang from their chairs shouting and gesticulating until the tumult became so general that Dowte was again obliged to bring the meeting to n close CARL SCHURZ IS DEAD 1 Passed Away at His Home In New York Surrounded By His Family New YorkThe condition of Carl Schurz took a serious turn Sunday night Earlier In the day It was thought Mr Schurz had made a substantial Improvement but shortly before 10 oclock the following bulletin was Issued by tho attending physi clans More frequently unconscious since noon Now attack of pulmonary oedema thus far moderate Tempera turo pulse and respiration rising Condition most serious Carl Schurz died at 430 Ills fam ily was at his bedplde MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS BETTER Grandson States Crisis Is Passed and No Cause For Alarm Now YorkMrs Jefferson Davis who Is 111 In this city and whose Mndltlon was considered grave is bet ter Jefferson Hays Davis a grandson of Mrs Davis gave out the following statement My grandmother rallied wonderfully following the arrival of tho family The physicians say that the crisis Is passed and three Is now no causo for alarm Tho family will remain with her for two weeks She was SO years old last Monday 200 FUNERALS IN NEW YORK n Drivers and Owners Adjust Difficulty and Men Resume Work New York More than two hun dred funerals were held in Greater Now York Sunday the 1500 union funeral drivers who struck last week having returned to work An amfca be adjustment of the differences between the drivers and the Funeral Conch Owners association was arrived nt early Sunday after what was practically an nllnlght conference between representatives of tho two organizations The drIvers won their twoIrecognition of their union To Be the Guest of Honor Washington Secretary of War Taft will bo the guest of honor at tho annual convention dinner of the Na tional Association of Manufacturers In New York May 16 Tho sessions will last from May 15 to 17 Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary New YorkThe flftfjtu anniversary of the establishment of the foreign missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church in British India was celebrated In Carnegie hall under tho auspices of the Womens Foreign Missionary society Enormous Gathering at Funeral Tunis The funeral of Sldl Mo hammed El Radii Boy of Tunis took place before an enormous gath ering of natives and Europeans and the French military and civil author ties I IIIIIIL 1STATE ITEMS F INTEREST HOME COMING WEEK Gov Beckham Issues a Proclamation Commanding All the Faithful Frankfort Ky May 11ln summon ing the 000000 exKcntucklans now residing In other states to return to Louisville for Home coming week June 13 to 17 Gov Beckbam Issued a proclamation in which he says In part Wherever you have wandered into whatever lands or climes you may have gone you are now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old state that gave birth to you or to your forefathers A Joyous welcome awaits you As tho genial sun of spring warms Into lIfo the beauties of nature so will kindly glances and friendly grasps of your old friends Ih Kentucky Inspire in you if possible a greater and tenderer love for the state you once left Now therefore as governor of the commonwealth of Kentucky I J C W Beckham do by these presents and by the authority of tho parent which Kentucky claims over all her children even unto the third and fourth generations command each and every former Kentuckian whether separated from us by imagin ary state lines or broad seas to come back home FOR HOWARDS BOY Col Lum Simons Touched By Goebel Murder Prisoners Story Louisville Ky May 11Although confined to his bed a victim of the gout Col Lum Simons a few days ago forgot his own sufferings long enough to plant in the heart or despair the flower of hope for one lad who vas without any means of support Through his generosity Col Simons has made It possible for Earl Howard the 10yearold son of James B How ard convicted of the murder of Wil liam Goebel to receive tho best ache lastic training that can bo given him Young Howard will bn sent at once to London Ky where he will remain for the next two years When ho Is prepared to enter college Col Simons will send him to one of the leading univer sities FINED THEM 5 Gooch and Grossman Didnt Respond To a Summons CovIngton Ky May 10For failure to respond to summons for Jury service last week exCongressman D Linn Gooch and Adam Grossman a well known Cincinnati business man were fined 5 by JUdgo Shag When they jurorsSudgebe Issued for them and on taking up the cases the court said We simply must have respect for the Jury lawn Mr Gooch tells me he forgot that he had been summoned Lest ho forget again I assess him a fine of 5 Adam Grossman says ho thought his summons read for him to come on May 17 Instead of May 1 I venture to say If It had been a bill for harness there would have been no such mistake A fine of 35 must go for the mistake BY THE BARKEEP Paule Who Was Forbidden the Place Was Killed Somerset Ky May 12otttc Pause whoso home is at McKinney Ky but who has been employed here by Casey COr railroad contractors was shot and killed by Charles Brown bartend er for Spann Co Paule was forbidden the place but went there and was ordered out hy Brown In the quarrelthat followed Paulo was shot and died a few hours later at tho Som erset sanitarium Drown was released on 1000 after the shooting but was put under guard again when Pause diet Paule Is reputed to have klljed a woman at Liberty Kywyid It Is claimed ho was paroled from the pen where ho was sentenced fort 21 years for killing a man 4 American PeseryeRulncss Lexington Ky May 12J C Rog ers receiver for the Araerlcan Bond Reserve Co and Southern Mutual ins vestment Co has gneto Louisville to consult Attorney Charles it Shields fn regard to filing fntcrvening petition with receivership appointment In St Louis Filing of this petition will he the next step taken by Roger to se cure contract of assets of American Reserve Bond Co fqr distribution among bondholders Rogers will file Intervening petition the next two weeks unless prevented by St Louis courts Mysterious Visit Ky May 30A delega tion front Loutsvillelncludlng Rev E L Powell Rev Francis Beattie Rev Peyton Hoge spent an hour In conference with Gov Beckham Their visit 4 Is a mystery Road Under the Hammer Mt Sterling Ky May nhuproperty of the Morchead and Vet Liberty railroad In Rowan county will be sold In Morohead on Monday June 11 The order of sale was naked for by mechanics who hold a lien for construction Upset price 30000 Picked Up Live Wire Hopklnsvllla Ky May 10Henry Grove aged 12 son of B F Grove a well koown cltlxen picked up a live electric wire and as a result will Jose two Anger off his right hand arl may die REDUCTION OF BURLEY Tobacco Acreage Recommended By President Stuart Mt Sterling Ky May 12Tho Ken tucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco asso ciation has begun making arrange njenta to control the crop of burley to organlzatlonwinter and Archibald Stuart presl dent has sent out letters of encouragement to growers Insisting on their standing firm Ho urges tho curtailing ot the acreage by 33 per cent this year and says that he believes a small 1 crop will command an average price ofa i 14 cents pet pound The organization of the company in the various coun ties of the burley district will at once be gono over and permanent officers elected The company Is now In a sate way for finances with which to handle the crop and It is stated work will at once begin toward securing tho pledge of 90 per cent of the ralsbd In burley territory Tile ers who entered Into tho contract ralsIyear realized better prices than would have done and the Indications pojnt to a successful realization of tho hopes of the president and his asso elates The company will have stronger backing against the trust this year than over before RECENT ACT Legislature on Turnpike Bonds Upheld By Court ofAppeals Frankfort Ky May 12The caso of Anna Durrett vs Sheriff of county was atttrmed by the KentonJappeals The Judgment validity ot tho act of the recent legis lature which provided for the red mll Ion ot the Kenton county turnpike bonds Issued under a plan that was held to bo unjust by tho courts In summing up the case the opinion says Tho tower of fixing the burden orftaxation to meet the Indebtedness arising from the construction of turnpikes In Kenton county being originally possessed by the legislature when It was afterward ascertained that the first plan was unjust and In equitable It was within the province of the lawmaking power to readjust I this burden upon a now and equitable plan marIThe court also affirmed the tbo trustees of the Latonia school vs the Latonla board ot jjluca f tlon from Kenton county and held that IsessionI No Longer Inspector General of the I State Guard Frankfort Ky May 11It Is stated at the department of the adjutant general that Col Noel Gaines who has for several years held the place of ins spector general of the state guard had retired from that position Gen lien ry R Lawrence fills the place on ap proval of the governor Col Guinea had Just returned here tram anlnspec i tlon of the several companies of the guard In connection with an officer of the United States army- MCLINTOCKS SUIT i Against the Committe Has Caused a Sensation Parts Ky May i2A sensation C was created here when It beanie known that James D McCUntock had filed suit for 25000 damages against the seven members of the republican county committee who recently passed resolutions expelling him from tho reIpublican party and appointing geantatarms to keep him out of party meetings Tho resolutions also con y surcil him They were later declared by committee as not approved by them WANTED INJUNCTION But Postponement Is Made To Enable Miners To Move f Covln ton Ky t May 10An aplillIiatlon for a restraining order against striking miners and officers of the United Mine Workers of America at StearnsKy was brought to the clerk I of the United court by AUor ney J N Sharp of WIHIamsburg trot was not filed because In the meantime further time was granted the Rtrlkln miners lo move out of the company houses In Whltley county j New Lexington Line i Mt Sterling Ky Mpy 12The Par- IsMt Sterling Electric Railway Co was Incorporated with a capital of ttOOOOO The Incorporators are J M Blpstaff H C McKee Mt Ster ling H A Power H J Neely R CiTallott Paris J T Colllaa and WA Thomason North Mldftletown Died Returning From Funeral Lexington Ky May lZWbtle re turning from the funeral of Mrs Mary McPherson who was burned lOdenthIMrs John Chambers her friend stopped at a neighbors to rest I and dropped dead as she was sitting down to dinner i Saloonlsts Raise Defense Fund Lexington Ky May nLocnlsal- oon keepers declare nearly every ono of the 114 saloons will be opened Sim- I day despite Mayor Thomas A Combs orders contrary and subscribed 3500- to teat the conslUutlonamy qf the law Jt f 1 r SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings rliat Occurred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL Exciting Events In the United State and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimea and Casualties Congressional Items Representative Stanley Kentucky introduced two resolutions seeking In formation of tho president and the dc 4rtrncnt of commerce and labor as t9 uxlstcnco of a Tobacco trust or iiniblnatlon In restraint of trade b- Mooni the American tho ContinentAl And tho Imperial Tobacco Cos Senator Platt Introduced a joint red Button prohibiting polygamy It pro vded that Neither polygamy nor polygamous practices shall exist In tbu tnltcd States or any place subject t t I Jurisdiction Senator Dick Introduced a bill pro cwlnc that a bronzo modal ot honor hall bo Issued to each surviving sol Her who enlisted under tho first caU r President Lincoln tor 76000 troops antptil In tbo shapo of a number of pr- gate from many people who will bo affected by It Including especially tit ashlngton attorneys of tho roads U will be reconsidered Three hundred and twenty ponslot nit wore phased by tho house In ono mfr and a bait This record hItS vcr been equaled In the dfuposltlot pension legislation- Mr Hepburn In tho house made corous attack upon tho courtmar nl system of the navy and cspoclallj- lUclsed tho officers responsible for accidents that have happened to ips of the navy senator Baileys non snsponslor i ndment applying to orders of tin rstate commerce commission DII yrod by tho railroad rate bill whlol re occtipled so much of tho attention tho senate In connection with that II was adversely disposed of by tin isho vole of 23 to 64- Miscellaneous vt tho meeting of tho rcoonslrucllor immlltec San Franolseo a resolu f n was adopted declaring that the wares for public and private employ OlIt nt ordinary and unskilled Jabot i iuJdbcJXO for nlno hournr Although being strongly urgeJ by Many Influential Interests to call nn drll special session of the Oallfor nu legislature Coy Pardee Is In no Bade to tako action In the matlerti- ar nutromo of his statements tin ommlttoo on special legislation lIe Hod on special legislation decided tc 1I art a call for tho legislature and tc ramp tho bills which tho governor wit o asked to recommend for enactment That tho authorities have no Inton inn of loosening tho rains which have lid tho liquor dealers In check In San Franctaco was made plain by an Huphatlc declaration from Mayor Hrhmltz that all drinking places will i o closed for an Indefinite period A number of saloon proprietors had In ourso of construction temporary Buildings To these tho commission tn issued a warning advising them that the number of saloon licensed to or Issued In tho futuro would bo greatly curtailed and that It was unwise rror them to Incur any expense In the way of temporary building operations onlyIable day the Russian parliament was nauRUralcd The weather was superb and tho stage management of tho Im pressive ceremony at the winter pal ice whore Emperor Nicholas dollv trtd the Speech from the throne to llm members of the two houses was jjiOTfttct Such a spectacle perhaps icvcr before has been witnessed on the earth of stage The message in reality was less a throno speech than a greeting and required only threo nlnutcs for ItiJ dellvory The douma which Was Inaugurated i4t St Petersburg was denounced by 4l Gorky tho Russian author In an yiInca which ho lied hsuod In It- C rky declared thai the Russian pea 1 llo Jtflow iUcyrauit have u revolution In order to bo tree Qorkys appeal Is Entitled by him Art open letter to tho i u i horn of free America The Finnish diet sent an address of greeting to tho Kusslan national par lament declaring that the prospesU now open to Russia arouse sincere Joy limon th Finnish people i Ram Sims n negro who killed tho IIOTBC Upon which Constable Lamar tfendrlcks at Jackson Miss who was attempting to arrest him was riding was taken from the authorities and Fj ached Sfo es Haas arrested In Now York In connection with tho cotton report leak In tho department of agrlcul taro Washington In which former Statistician E S Holmes Jr and Frederick II Pcciham were Involved was discharged from custody by Judgo Holt of the United States court In connection with the International philatelic exhibition which will open In London Slay 22 it Is announced that ho celebrated collection of Hawaiian stamps of If J Crocker of San Fran Isco value at 45000 was U patched lo Londona few days beito oho earthuaka rj That ZIon City affairs shall be ruled by a committee of three one chose by Vollva one by Dowle and ono by the circuit court Judges hearing the case they to have chargo until the In- Junction matter is finally disposed ot Is the probable temporary settlomen of tho legal battle between Vie Zion City factions Detectives from tho district attorneys office New York visited the sui ply department of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co and took possession of account books cancelled checks and ono document which they convoyed to the criminal courts building An action was begun In Uio suproiu court Brooklyn by Francis T Wll lIam M Robert B and G D Ingrahan against the International Salt Co tho socalled salt trust and N S Beard leo and E P McDermott as receiver of tho National Bait Co for an at countingJudge S A Armstrong of Celia who heard the motion to quash ladle moots pending against County Coo mlssloncrs David F Owens and Igni tlus Stcchschulte and County Serve or Oliver C Talbot In connection with the socalled bridge trust case overruled tho motion Over 800 citizens of Franklin cour ty Miss charged with being member of an alleged whitecapper organize tlon pleaded guilty before Judge Niles on tho charge ot intimidating gOY ern ment homesteaders and ware each 111 BcsBod tho minimum fine of UG an three months Imprisonment Amon thopo Indicted was tho sheriff of Franklin county Oem Count Alqxls Pavolich Ignatlcfl formerly governor of Kiev watt at sasslnatcd It Is supposed by an agent of the revolutionists who hallmarked him as ono of their victims The Interstate commerce commit lIon met In Chicago to hear ovldenci from railroad men and Independent on refiners In regard to tho rolntlonshli between tho Standard 011 Co and cci lain railroads A largo number ot wit nesses havo been subpoenaed and It 1 oxpected tho hearing will last sons tlmo This hearing is a continuation of ono begun In Kansas City Charged with having embezzled upward of 100000 from his employers Edwin S Greenfield head clerk 01 tho banking and brokerage firm of Harriftou Snyder Son of Phlladol phla was arrested and held In 10000 ball Greenfield mado a full confer slonIn a heavy storm which swept Laki Brio tho barges Algeria and Iron Queen sank within two rules of the broakwatorotf the mouth of the Cum hotfa river With the former her cap Lain Martin Blnen and George al- ton euglqeman went down and woi drowned while the steward and two companions lost their lives In the Iron Queen Attorney General Moody says The government has mod in tho olroul court of the United States for the Dla trlct of Indiana a petition for an In Junction against certain association corporations and Individuals comprls Ing what Is known as tho drug trust of the United States During the voyage of the steamer Faukla from India to the FIJI Islands 1S4 cool I os were taken sick with chol ova and 61 died Authority to rosumq tho game of football at Harvard which was ordered to bo discontinued on account of tho brutality of the contest has beet given by a vole of tho board ot over seers of Harvard college Nino of thi 21 members of tho board however In chIding President Eliot registered themselves as opposed to the contlnu anco of football Robert J Wynne American consu general at London former postmastci general of the United States will ar rlvo In New York tQ testify In post office conspiracy eases at Washington City Treasurer James V Father Nowburyport Mass has been arrest ed charged with shortage In hIs ac counts Tho mutilated body of an unknowr young woman was discovered by twc laborers In tho East river almost dl roctly under the Brooklyn bridge Most of the clothing had been torn iron the body A letter dated Cleveland March 27 was found on tho body addressed to Dear Kate Apparently written by the dead womans slater und was signed Marlann The bod wile that of a woman between 26 and 30 years old about five feet tall wltli black hair and regular features Counsel for Mrs Duko filed an appeal carrying to the court of errors and appeals New Jersey tho divorce granted to tier husband James B Duke tTho eruption of Mt Vesuvius Is diminishing Thin ashes havo now taken tho direction1 otPompell nnd Ot tnjano while some ashes havo fallen at Somma At a business session of tho confer enco at Charities and Corrections In Philadelphia Minneapolis was select ed as tno next placo of meeting data to be determined later Tho Electric Properties Co of Now York with which John F Wallace Former chief engineer of the Panama canal is to bo Identified was Incorporated with a capital of 12000000 Select Councilmen Edward JEd wards and Max Friedman Reel Eatato Agent Joseph M Dixon Dr H P Asho and Policeman Stephen Carr who wore Arrested last week In the cru ado against graft and VIce that Is be ing carried on by the pollco of Pitts burg wero held for court after a hoar fng before police magistrates Charles McCarthy 41 laddormnn with Ladder 2 of East Boston com nltted suicide by drinking whisky and carbolic acid and finally shooting him lelf through the heart In Holy Cross rcmetery Malden Xlfuaeral was In progress at the tufitj I Work will bo resumed by thb site workers throughout tho anthracite flout The repairmen and any others necessary to prepare tho cplllerles for general operations report for worh first The agreement entered Into In New York between the operators and tho subscalo committee was formally ratified Tho session of the coal operators ol Illinois Indiana and Ohio was occu pled by tho discussion of the boat WilY to lay tholr proposed plans ot arbltra tlon before President Roosevelt A resolution expressing appreciation of the selfsacrifice shown by Prcsl dent John Mitchell and tho scale committee of tho anthracite miners unto in their determination to avoid a strike was adopted by tho Church Association for the Advancement of the Interests of Labor In New York Late general orders from nations headquarters of tho Womens Relic Corps by President Abblo Adams an nounco that tho 24th national conven tlon of tho organization will be held In Minneapolis August 16 and 17 The strlko of 1600 funeral drivers III Now York City has tied up tho un dertaklng business no completely that about one hundred and fifty bodies remained unburIed Hearses and carriages were driven away from church os mourners were kept waiting all daj In homes of tho dead and In several Instances nonunion drivers of hearses and carriages were attacked in the street and pollco protection became necessary Tho United States government secured nn unconditional surrender In tho United States circuit court at St Paul of the paper trust agafnst whit the attorney general began a suit tc dissolve a combination between the General Paper Co and 23 other do fondants on tho ground that an agree ment had been entered Into by tho de fendants in restraint of Interstate commerce MaJ Frank Huntoon of Now YoU filet In the court of chancery New Jersey an appeal from the decision ot Vice Chancellor Pitney advising a do ewe of divorce for James B Duke Tho adjudgment that ho was to paj 3000 for counsel fees Is also objected to The worlds record high run ISlnch balk two In was broken by WI11U Hoppe In Chicago who set the nov mark at 307 Tho former record wot hold by Louis Cure at 255 Hoppo made tho record in tho game wltli Jake Schaefer whom ho defeated Iti night Innings by tho score of 600 tc 191 William H Lewis for many years treasurer of the Monon railroad and known to railroad men throughout the United States died suddenly of heart disease The boilers ot tho Big Pino Lumber Cos plant at Colfax a exploded killing three men and partially wreck- Ing tho plant the extradition bill covering the convention between the Bolfour gov ernment and tho United States for the inclusion of bribery among extra datable crimes passed its second read- Ing In the house of lords London- A number of prominent members o- 1the order of Bnat Brlth who will gn from Cleveland to attend the annual meeting of that body in Terre Haute lad May 20 have announced that they will present to tho convention a propo sition to erect a statue ot tho late Sec rotary of State John Hay in Washing tonVice President Lewis of United Mine Workers of America says that 3000 miners havo returned to work In Indiana and Ohio under tho 1903 scale receiving their full demand and In some cases In Ohio even moro than this The additional concession lu Ohio was placing all the men under the tonnage system Tho coal mines bill tho object ol which Is to gradually reduce the hours of work till they reach the eighthour limit In 1909 without reducing wages was passed unanimously on second reading In the house of lords London The bill affects 670000 persons Edwin S Holmes Jr formerly as sl ta t statistician of the agricultural department Washington flied a de murder to an Indictment returned against him charging conspiracy In connection with the cotton leak In vestlgatlon He set up that no crime Is charged la the Indictment and de dares there Is not sufficient Informa Lion upon whlch ho can base a de fense It is also declared that each and oven count In the tndlctment is bad tn substance Vice President Fairbanks was St years old May 11 Ho spent his time prcsIdlnR over the senate In one of the btujtcst days of tho session Ho received tho congratulations of his friends In the senato as weir as many messages from friends throughout tho country Vlcb President Fairbanks who was scheduled to deliver an address at tho General conference M K church south Birmingham Ala was unable to leave Washington on account of public duty The late Mrs Francis Burton Harri son who was killed by being thrown from an automobile on Long Island left an estate valued at moro than 4 000000 True bills were found by tho federal grand Jury against four of tho bank clerks arrested In connection with the failure of the Enterprise National bank of Allegheny Pa They are charged with making false entries and false certification of checks It Is announced that all Iho locomo tive and machine shops of tho Erlo railroad hava resumed work with full forces By an explosion In a rolling mill of tho Dupont powder works Wilmlns ton Del William McCrca wnslnstnnt ly hilled nnd James Cameo fatally ln urI1 J S TROUBlE IN ZION CITY A Dowle MecUm Broken Up By Opposing Faction A Second Disturbance Was Caused By Reading of a Letter Stating That Dowles Wife Had Been Healed By His Prayers Chicago litAt a meeting over which John Alexander Dowlo pre sided at Zion City Sunday afternoon was broken up by a number of followers of the opposing faction as slated by several outsiders and before tho crowd dispersed a free fight occurred Dowle was addressing the audience numbering about six hundred and made tho statement that the overseers of the Voliva faction wero thieves and robbers At once a number of those In tho audience wero on their feet shouting No no you are tho robber why dont you pay your debts The disturbance became so violent that a ZIon guard was sent to restore ordor The guard took hold of an old gray loaded man who was loudest In his demands for Dowlo to pay his oblige tions and this was a signal for a free fight A dozen men seized the guard and were about to drag him down the alslo when Gladstone Dowlo and Dea con Arrington mounted tho platform and called upon tho audience not to create a disturbance and to tako their scatsDowlo was so weak that ho had to bo carried from his carriage Into tho tabernacle by two attendants At an afternoon meeting called for Dowle adherents only but whIchwas Invaded by a largo number of those who were riotous at the former moot Ing Dowle precipitated a second gen oral disturbance Ho caused to be read a letter from one of his support ers stating that tho writers wife had passed safely through tho crisis of aI serious Illness while Dowlo prayed for her This fact Dowlo compared ofIand his supporters were offering pray I ers for her recovery Dowlo declared that he feared tho woman would die because she had associated herself with the rebels Immediately there was a storm of hisses and shouts cf Situate shame There Is death In storo for more cf you If this rebellion keeps on con peopleIgesticulating until the tumult became so general that Dowlo was again obliged to bring tho meeting to a I close CARL 8CHURZ IS DEAD Passed Away at His Home In New York Surrounded By His Family New YorkThecondition of Carl Scburz took a serious turn Sunday night Earlier In tho day It was thought Mr Schurz had made a substantial Improvement but shortly before 10 oclock the following bulletin was issued by tho attending physi clansMore frequently unconscious since noon New attack of pulmonary oedema thus far moderate Tempera taro pulse and respiration rising Condition most serious Carl Schurz died at 430 Ills family was at his bedside MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS BETTER Grandson States Crisis Is Passed and No Cause For Alarm New York Mrs Jefferson Davis who Is ill In this city and whose MndlUon was considered grave is bet ter Jefferson Hays Davis a grandson of Mrs Davis gave out the following statement My grandmother rallied wonderfully following the arrlvuJ of the family The physicians say that tbo crisis is passed and there Is now no cause for alarm The family will remain with her for two weeks She was 80 years old last Monday 200 FUNERALS IN NEW YOU Drivers and Owners Adjust Difficulty and Men Resume Work New Yore More than two hun drc l funerals Were held 10 Greater New York Sunday the 1500 union funeral drivers who struck last week having returned to work An arnica r oleo adjustment of the differences be tween the drivers and the Funeral Conch Owners association was Ar rived nt early Sunday after what was practically an allnight conference between representatives of the two I organizations Tho drivers won their fight securing shorter hours a two dollar increase In weekly wages and recognition of their union To Be the Guest of Honor Washington Secretary of War i Taft will be the guest of honor at tho enlist convention dinner of tho Na local Association of Manufacturers In New York May 16 Tho sessions will I last from Slay IK to 17 Celebrates Fiftieth Annversary I NewYorltTho flftljth ann I versary of the establishment of thE foreign missionary society of the Meth odist Episcopal church In British India WitS celebrated In Carnegie hall under tho auspices of tho Womens Foreign Missionary society Enormous Gathering at Funeral Tunltf Tho funeral of Sldl Mo bammed El Hadji Boy of Tunis tool place before an enormous gath ering of natives and Europeans and tho French military and chit authori ties L 1STATE ITEMS OF INTERESI HOME COMING WEEK Gov Beckham Issue a Proclamation Commanding All the Faithful Frankfort Ky May 11In summon Ing the 600000 exKenlucKlans now residing In other states to return to Louisville for Homo coming week June 13 to 17 Gov Beekham Issued a proclamation in which he says in part Wherever you have wandered Into whatever lands or climes you may have gone you aro now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old state that gave birth to you or to your forefathers A Joyous welcome awaits you As the genial sun of spring warms Into life the beauties or nature so will kindly glances and friendly grasps of your old friends Ih Kentucky Inspire in you If possible a greater and tenderer love for th slate you once left Now therefore as governor of the commonwealth ot Kentucky I J C W Beekham do by these presents and by tho authorltj of the parent which Kentucky claim over all her children even unto the third and fourth generations command each and every former Kentuckian whether separated from us by Imagln comelbackFOR HOWARDS BOY Col Lum Simons Touched By Goebe Murder Prisoners Story Louisville Ky May ItAlthough confined to his bed a victim of the gout Col Lum Simons a few days ago forgot his own sufferings long enough to plant In the heart of despair tbe flower of hope for one lad who tai without any means of support Through his generosity Col Simon has made it possible for Earl Howard tho l0 year old son of James B How ard convicted of tho murder of Wll Ham Gocbel to receive the best scholastic training that can bo given him Young Howard will be sent nt once to London Ky where he will remain for the next two years When ho Is pre pared to enter college Col Simons wit send him to one of the leading unlvcr sltles FINED THEM 5 Gooch and Grossman Didnt Respond To a Summons CovIngton Ky May 10For failure to respond to summons for Jury serv- Ice last week exCongressman D Lint Gooch and Adam Grossman a well known Cincinnati business man wer fined 5 by Judge Shaw When the did not answer to roll call of Jurors Judge Shaw ordered attachments U- be Issued for them and on taking uii the cases the court said We simply must have respect for the Jury lave Mr Gooch tells mo he forgot that he had been summoned Lest he forget again 1 assess him a fine of 5 Adam Grossman says ho thought his sum mons read for him to come on May 17 Instead of May 1 1 venture to say If it had beqn a bill for harness hoot would have been no such mistake A fine of 5 must go for tho mistake BY THE BARKEEP Paule Who Was Forbidden the Place Was Killed Somerset Ky May 1ottl6 Paule whoso home Is at McKInney Ky but who has been employed here by Casey It Co railroad contractors was shot and killed by Charles Brown bartend er for Spann Co Paule was forbidden the place but went there and was ordered out by Drawn In the quarrelthat followed Paulo was shot and died a few hours later at the Sum onset sanitarium Drown was released on 1000 after the shooting but was put under guard ogam when Paulo diet Paulo Is reputed to halve kited a woman at Liberty Ky apd claimed he was paroled from the pen where ho was sentenced formal yours for killing a man 4 American Reserve Uu lness Lexington Krw May 12J C tog era receiver for theyjAmerlcan Bond Reserve Co and Southern Mutual In vestment Co has Etme to Louisville to consult Attorney Charles li Shields lfn regard to filing rntcrv lnl tI lolJ with fecelvershlp apP91a1mentin St LqulS Filing of this petition will he the next step taken by Rogers to se cure contract of assets of American Reserve Bond Co for distribution among bondboldoTB file Intervening tltfon within the next two weoks unlessprevented by St Louis courts Mysterious Visit Frankfort Ky May 10A delegation rom Louisville Including Rev B 1 Powell Rev Francis Bcattle Rev Peyton Hoge spent an houi la conference with Gov Beekham Their visit is a mystery Road Under the Hammer Mt Sterling Ky May 11The property of the Morehead and West Liberty railroad In Rowan county will be sold In Morohead on Monday Juno 11 The order of sale was asked tor by mechanics who hold a lieu for construction Upset price 20000 Picked Up Live Wire Hopklnsvlllo Ky May 10llenry Grove aged 12 son of a F Grove n wellknown cltlxcn picked up a live electric wire and as a result will lose two flnjtr off his right hand arC may dig- S rREDUCTION OF BURLEY Tobacco Acreage Recommended By President Stuart Mt Sterling Ky May 12The Ken tucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco asso elation has begun making arrange iijcnte to control the crop of burley tobacco raised this year Tho organiza Lion has been held intact during the winter and Archibald Stuart presi dent has sent out letters of encourage ment to growers Insisting on their standing firm He urges the curtailing of the acreage by 33 per cent this year and says that he believes a small crop will command an average price of 14 cents per pound The organization of the company in the various counties of the burley district will at ones be gone over and permanent officers elected The company is now In a safo way for finances with which to handle the crop and It Is stated work will at once begin toward securing the pledge ot 90 per cent of the tobacco raised In burley territory The rais ers who entered Into tho contract last year realized better prices than they would have done and the indications pqlnt to a successful realization hopes of the president and his assoielates Tho company will have strong er backing against the trust this year 1 than ever before j RECENT ACT I Legislature on Turnpike Bonds Upheld f By Court ofAppeals Frankfort Ky May 12The caso of Anna Durrett vs Sheriff of Kenton county was affirmed by the court of appeals The Judgment upholds the validity of tho act of the recent legis lature which provided for the redemp tion of the Kenton county turnpike bonds Issued under a plan that was held to be unjust by tho courts In summing up the caso the opinion says Tho power of fixing tho burden ot i taxation to meet the Indebtedness arising from the construction of turnpikes In Kenton county being origi nail Possessed by the legislature when It was afterward ascertained that tile first plan was unjust and In equitable It was within the province of the lawmaking power to readJu tIthis burden upon a now and moro equitable plan r The court also affirmed the case of the trustees of the Latonla graded school vs the Latonla board of ejduca tlon from Kenton county and herd that the board Is entitled to immediate pos session und control of alt atonla school property x y COL GAINES RETIRES j No Longer Inspector General of the State Guard Frankfort Ky May nIt Is stated at the department of the adjutant gen eral that Col Noel Gaines who has for several years held the place of in spector general of tha state guard had retired from that position Gen Henry R Lawrence fills the place on approval of tho governor Col Gaines had Just returned here from aninspcc tlon of the several companies of the guard in connection with an oJHcer of the United States army- MCLINTOCKS SUIT Against the Republican Commute Has Caused a Sensation f Paris Ky May i2A sensation s was created here when If became r known that James D McClintock hall flied suit for 25000 damages against the seven members of the republican county committee who recently passed resolutions expelling him from tho republican party and appointing stir g antaturml1to keep him out of party meetings Tho resolutions also con surcil him They were later declared by committee as not approved by them WANTED INJUNCTION I t But Postponement Is Made To Ehablst Miners To Move CQvtn Ion Ky May 10 = Aa appil featlon for a restraining order against striking miners and officers of the United brims Workers of America at StearnsKy was brought to time clerk of the United tatetl court by Attor fey J N Sharp of Wllnamsburgbut- a as not med beCauso In thomealitlmet further time was granted the striking miners to move out of the comjsanya houses In WhItley county i New Lexington Lln Mt SterlingKy May 12 The Par IsJlt Sterling Electric RaHway Co was Incorporated with a capital of 1100000 The Incorporatorsaro J M BIgstaff HC McKee Mt stet ling H A Power H J Neely R C Talbotl Paris J T Colllaa and W- KA Thomason North Mlddletowri Died Returnlno From Flffteral Lexington Ky May 12While re j turning from the funeral of Mrs Mary McPherson who was burned to death Mm John Chambers her IlfelonguWend stopped at a neighbors to rest I and dropped dead as she was ulttlns t down to dinner Saloonlsts Defense Fund Lexington Ky May l2Locnl sa loon Keepers declare nearly every one oMhe 114 saloons will be opened Sun day despite Mayor Thomas A Combs orders contrary and subscribed 350a to test the constitutionality Qt tUc law II1 1f II 4 111 III r I t r r r tit I r I I I I t IIIII I t I r r r II r H II rr Iltl I M Ii U Eastern Kentucky News mo oonftpOD4tDCt pbbrd vans tfpe4l tall rtke wrlta Tke name of sot for psbaaaa he ts svldsace of good tank Write plalair l1 n 1 MADISOR COUNTY JWJlITKI STATION May 120 C MoWllliatna sold hla hogs to J W Ballard for 51cts Steve Walker is very low with pneumonia Farris Maupin rode Harbor Smiths new bicycle from Richmond yesterday Mrs Joe Ma son and daughter Leota went to Lexington recently to visit relatives there There is Sunday school at Silver Creek chapel every Sunday suporintendentIlen have been the guests of his brother R L Potts the last few days PILOT KNOB M y14Servicea in memory of Miss Gertrude Settle wore held at Pilot Knob church Sunday May 13 The memorial address waa delivered by M 0 P Jackson and was fol lowed by a short talk by Miss Rob inson Rev A Coker and Rev Par sons then preached sermons suitable for the occasion Nearly a thousand persons were present including soy oral Berea College people A tree dinner was served on the grounds which every one seemed to enjoy thoroughly WAIXACKTON May 13 Reuben Gabbardand family of Kingston visited his father and mother Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard Saturday night Ebb Bioekman and family were the guests of G B Gabbard last SundayUn caughtbfire was put out before any great damage was done Ogg Ogg merchants of Wallacelon have closed out their store and John Choateen of Berea is going to stock the store with DogWalkSundayJack Frost paid us an un welcome visit on the 9th iustJohn Wylie Sr who Las been quite sick is out again Clay Conn andwife were the guests of Bodio Day and family Thursday night BIG HILL May ltJoe Crisscilfa and little children and sister Lids of Lanais ter spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Julia C Green and family and nlso attended the memorial service at Pilot KnobMrs Pittmon and her two eons visited Mr and Mrs J T MondayMrsAmanda Ellen Bryant who has been staying with Mrs Luisa Hazwood of Mote was at home last nlghtAIiss Mi nerva McKeehan spent Wednesday of last week with Miss Flora Green Willie Cnsteel and Mat Green visited N D Casteol and wife Sunday BinghamlaUcdkill week Sunday school was dis Dilated at this place Sunday morning on account of the preaching at Pilo- tKnobThero wlil be Sunday school next Sunday morning at 10 oclock goodlessonsMiss vied to Mr Will Cornelteon of Kingston at this place Sunday of week The matrimonial rites were solemnized by Rev R L Ambrose IIEEYYVS May 1C We ace having fine weather now and thefarmers are all nearly done planting oo4iL C Powell purchased a court day from W E Adams of Nicholas stile price 150Dr Moss Gipaon vicinitylostplace has sold his farm to William Jones of Kirby nobMarrled on the 5th Inst Mr Joe Todd to Miss Clara Winkler May success and throughllfeSunday nicely at the Baptist church aid at the Christian church All are in CharleyRograwere guesta of J C Powell and family Saturday night Quito a largo crowd from this place attended j SundayDanSandUR relatives here this week Take the Citizen and get tho news- ftOCKCASUE COUNTY KOCKFOKU May 15Mr and Mrs W T Linville attended Sunday School at Scaffold Cane Sunday Quite a large crowd attended the candy breaking at Mr J E McGuires Saturday night All seemed to en joy themselves liaeMr and Mrs Win Rick are the proud parents of a baby girlMltIS Virgia Payne visited her cousin Miss Mattie Mo Guire Saturday and Sunday Miss Ida McCollom was at Rockford Sun day eveMao Todd visited her cousin Miss Beulah Ylars Saturday and Sunday Success to the Citizen and its many readers 5 = fcjsarswwwe vr r I JACKSON COUNTY KVKItaitKKX May 4Rcv D B Clemmons filled his last appointment at Pine Grove Sunday school at Martin Valley is growing Miss ChugryDeadening plnntblsEmoryAmyxsHard peelodMrJMonday on business Mr R F Jones has returned from McKee where he has been attending court Ed Lake is burning ofT his new ground SAND IAI May 14Dogwood winter hnn been quite severe in this vicinity and Jack Frost has recently been visiting usBut in spite of cold weather farmers are going ahead with their work and the click of the corn planter and the long lonesome but inspiring sound of Gee haw Bob and Gee haw Bill is heard valltYMrs son have been very ill but under care of Dr Baker are rapidly im provingA few weeks ago in the big fire at Saud Gap James Durham got his mustache burned off Jim says he feels awfully lonesome and that ho did not know how much company his mustache was until it was burned off Everybody mistakes Jim now for his father and says RiddleBenjaminGabbard at home for a few days James and Edward Durham recently paid Wind Cave friends an extended visltAlex Perry of Loug Branch pawed through here Saturday evening en route to Lawyer Morriss of Clover Bottom Jlr Morris is attending a suit for Mr PerryRev Wm Pow ell and children attended church at Pine Grove Sunday E E Durham attended Memorial meeting at Pilot Knob Sunday and reports a nice timeJ R Kerby and wife and Aunt Jane Durham recently visited J R DurhamRev Samuel Bryant of Big lull has been visiting relatives hereC S Durham visited home folks SundayDr Burley and family have moved into their nice homo at Sand Gnp Sherman Dur ham is working for Horace Durham Henry Combs visited Mr and Mrs David Cole a short tithe ago A Close View TELESCOPE PaOf IETORIIStep up planetMarsOu LADYIIOb lorI Halnt it round and smooth TELESCOPE PROPRIETOR Will the awayfromTit Bits See the College Farm advertise meat of first class fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock prices BiliousnessThat yellow lookthose terrible bea- dachthatdulle4 brala alt thee things bit- loueueeowhlch La thedirectrMultoC a liver which o falls to formltlfuntlon 1 natural way Btforejro can destroy that bilious condltlpa you must get your liver Ja lena ana will this to quickly or co thoroughly aa Dr Caldwellslasefl- seSyrup PepsinThis U the most valuable one obtainable for all liver and kindred trou drivekBetter than pills oils salts and nauae coDdltioHud condition than before Former tSlcted ones BOW well and strong pay eloquent tribute to Its efficacy aad DRCALDWELI8 SYRUP PEPSIN eta be obtained in both dollar and ball druKgltsYOllr If It does youYaar reqet will brterbr return CALDWXLLBOOK to Hose who bare never tried tfcis woadtrtal K8tdjr Write for It today COMeatteeHaf Far Sal by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY DR ROBERTSONS SPEECH CONTINUED FROM FJLQE ONE J But to come back to that seed se picking my friends did that with oats for twelve years in succession Got a big harvest last year twentysix bushels to the acre more on land whore ho had sowed tho selected seed than from another field right beside it And each of his bushels weighed I ton pounds more than did n bushel from tho other field It is worth your while where you have obstinate soil to do this And then select your host boys and your best girls and save at all costs to give thorn a chance for education Tho big heads will lift up civilization and society as much us the big heads will lift up the crops in tho field Select the bighearted boys the largehearted girls to come hero and get training as teachers and they will lift the spirit of tho community In a placo in Canada a schoolgar den among the IrishScotch people has been started I believe some in this locality have Irish and Scotchnames and are of that descent Very fine people those Irish some wonderfully quick One of them was building a brick chin ney and he did not like to be criti cised A neighbor said Why Mike that chimney aint plumb Miko went back and took a look at it Faith and its none of your busi ness but its more than plumb Well the schoolgarden was start eda fence was put around it and the children Iminted the poets Into years the fences had been renew ed at twenty farms in that locality The children would go homo and say Why cant we have n fence like that And so with the flowers though they didnt have any as beau tiful as those you have here tonight And now you cant go anywhere up there without finding flowers in the windows and in the front yards And there they lived by growing potatoes There is a story about tho potato a very proud young man from England came over and was telling a Yankee what a lot his an cestors had done and what glorious and great people they were and that he was only loafing and the Yankee said I suppose hoe about like the potatothe best part of hims under ground We had the boys spray the potato crops once and they got 50 per cent more yield Tho schoolhouse should help in tbd productiveness of tho lo cality in teaching these things to keep back disease to keep tho insects And these things cost mon ey but no school system ever coat a people onetenth of what ignorance costs the people that is tho most costly of all conditions ignorance No not quitenot quite the most costly Perhaps I will say the most costly is the want of managing ability That comes partly from ignorance partly from want of training and partly from want of spirit Thats costly because that keeps a man down near the level of tho ani mal instead of lifting him up near his Maker who promised that ho should have dominion over the world No that is not the most costly not even ignorance or want ofability The most costly condition among any people is want of goodwill and cooperation That puts the people back where the savages were each man alone every stranger an enemy no kindly feeling no cooperation for tho good of the whole by each individual or doing for each what no man could do alone In every community ignorance cods life mats health mats happiness Want of ability prevents children from having a chance and that Isall that is worth living for in this world The greatest thing in the world is not wealth and is not health but is love for ones kind given and gotten back That is what makes life per manently glorious In the humblest person and the greatest king You think of my late beloved sovereign Queen Victoria How did sho get her power T By the might of the great British navy Strength of the English arms No resting in the purplelovingAnd resting on that basis her throne is everywhere secure while human love can last- Therefore tho most costly thing is the want of good will And the schoolhouse must come and develop- thatI in every boys heart Beloved if you would follow the One Great Leader the only Teacher then love one another Thats tho fruit of the schoolhouse And what is money worth but to spend in the largest way for the youth of the land 7 When a man grows old ho looks backover his life and says What was worthwhile I downed that fellow I had him I was the brighter man I drove the harder bargain I grow rich he was made poor But go back of it all Was it worth while A widow in a town owned a lot I got it for 500 worth 5000 today wottt sell yet want 0000 Made 5500 clear on that deal That worthwhile No 1 I dont feel any better for that but I I remember there was ones a small boywho didnt have a chance no money there 1 helped him to get in to school I helped that school my ogatnhatpeoplehavotho boy to live better to make the mountain boy what ho ought to be Remember these three things It is butter always to love flowers than to crush them Hotter always to love pets than to chase them better al ways to love every man than to hato anybody Never any exception al ways whether the boy is willing and grateful or unwilling and stubborn better to forgive the lad than resent his condition and bettor above all things to servo other people and servo truly than to gain tho whole world for yourself I wish you that glory that rests upon you as teachers gaining in scholarship from the halls of this college gaining in character to help in tho uplift of your own localities practicing self denial in preparing for this work that is worth youitsglorious United States a land of liberty and righteousness so that you pass on to future generations more than you got from your ancestors Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or more can get sumo at R U Chrismaus Fur niture stareSee the College Farm advertise ment of findclans fertilizers Buy sonic and see your crops grow Bed rock prices A good square 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