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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 4 I I I aottotIOIteollOoottOBEREA PUBLISHING CO g INCOIirOHATKD o E ALBERT OOOKPhD HiBgr g 0- lInknId i of tM- tiau0 JoC Btrts1V1U IMVnul S o OSOSO o o OOOOOOOoO IVolVIII Five cents a copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 14 1007 Ono Dollar year No 80 I f i SPRING TERM BEREA COLLEGE I OPENS WEDNESDAY MARCH TWENTYSEVENTH 1907 FkOM THE WIDE WORLD Diplomats in Washlugton are ex pocting a general war in Central America participated in by live eoun triw While It is stated that the States and Mexico will not tIUulted both arousing their kind offices in peace negotiations now in progress in Washington Senator Piua now Spanish minister to the United States says tint his mission is to further cement the friendship of Spain and this country Ho intimaloa that the war with Unelo Sam has really proved a good thing for the Spaniards having waked them up from their lethargy The Womans Suffrage Bill was talked to death in the House of Com moan Its fate was not altogether unexpected Loadorn in the movo fluent any they are not discouraged and that they will keep up tho fight IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Telegrams and letters by Uio hund dreds ore pouring In upon Senator Spanner of Wisconsin urging him to reconsider his resignation and not to leave the Senate at the prraeat tine Many of the appeals como from South wu men Former Oovcrnor Montague of Vir ginia In an oddrete at Howard Unl versity auld that there Is no place In our national government for ivat or pwwnal vengeance lie was right and that brings us to the sorrowful conclusion that George Cortelyou who was Postmaster General until midnight of March 4th X his lost offi cial cut In that oajnclty he lamed an order forbidding thn use of the malls to the Womans Firm Journal and tho Womans Magazine btcaum they were published at a nominal subscrip tlon price Oortelyou has bitterly oppueod the Crumjwckfr bill which was pazted by the Houso of Repres entative but did not canio to voto In tho Senate which provided at Fraud OrJcre forbidding use of the malls to persons using them for tmud ulent purposw ahould be subject to review by the Fudcral Courts Until such a bill U prated aa it must be sooner or Liter the PaetHWster Gen oral nay charge nay petaon or corpora lion with fraud and forbid to him or it the use of the molls without gir Ing any rraton why and there is no poMlblo rudroM Siwh a condition would be pxxl In Russli It to absurd and dangerous In the United States Cortclyou waited carefully until Cong mw had adjournod and then kills them two nueislnis with a stroke of tho pen because they tvul been Civ orlng the Crutnpacker bill and expos ing the evils In the Pastofftce Depart ment The whole rtory of the tiGht oeiiDfit thcao Journals Is a long one and makes ones blood boll to think that such things are posalhlo In n rtcountry ot Justice itxl liberty We bcllove that RoosovcHa principle is A square doll for everybody It that is true wo tope tcortelyou will ifbescat homo In a hurry iJ Senator Boverldge rpcnklng at the I first annual dinner of the Indiana ta aoclatton at New York declared thatj oa the states acting separately could not taut slavery In 1861 so tho states acting separately cannot end tho Vim cies of capital In 1907 Together with Lieu Colonel Oro Oocthali who will underlain the con atruotlon ot the Panama Canal nd his asrlsUint Major David GallLml a number of representatives In Cong ress have sailed for Pjnoim to investigate for themselves the progrcns of e tho work on tho big ditch B II Ilarrlman tho railroad king declares in an Interview tint the mull roads kayo been It fult end Uio all mlnlstratlon too radical rpgirdlng prestetday problem and that ha is ready to make a scheme of coopera tton with the government his chief interestCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Residents of Jackson wern terrified by a fusillade of bullets fired on the streets of the town Saturday night the shooting continuing for come i a time Two bullets entered Jrunrn Har gla house and a brother ot Curt Jolt narrowly eroapod whll nslecp In lie Ilargls Brothers store 011 operators In the Kentucky oil field are playing a wilting game nail but little Is belnlit dnno except the regular production in Wayne tool other established fields t ti LJMAJ M eyw wgyn H wmvy +Nat t W THE CITIZEN fMADISON a = HARGIS AND BECKHAM Judge Jim Hargis is a member of the Democrat BeckhamisDemocratic party and nominated by it for the United States Senate Judge Hargis is accused of having had a number of his political opponents killed to get them out of the Abner Smith said not that Hargis had hired him to kill Dr CoxOf peoplebelievecountry lawyer named Carnes to conduct the trial Of Hargis which is one of great importance to Kentucky and great interest to the whole country There were very good reasons why Hargis should not be tried in his home town Jackson in Breathitt county The Judge said that his Life was in danger there and the prosecuting attorney said that he would be killed if there were not soldiers there to protect him So the Governor sent the soldiers But Hargis wanted to be tried in Jackson He did not seem to mind if the prosecuting at torneys life was in danger So as Hargiss lawyer could no agree the prosecuting lawyer as to where the trialshould be held Judge Games decided to change the trial to Sandy Hook the county seat of Elliott county For some reason the prosecuting attorney did not favor this and wanted to have the trial go on at Jackson But just then Hargiss lawyers decided they were not so anxious to SandyHookNow the judge who may try Hargis at Sandy Hook is named Redwine He would perhaps smell as sweet if he were named Moonshine but we cant blame him for his gerrymanderS Republican and the gerrymander arranged a new dem ocratic judicial district and Governor Beckham ap pointed Redwine judge in the district which he had lowformrelatives and more influence in Elliott county than he has in his home COUnty Breathitt A man who appoints political robbers and incompetent lawyers to be either a rascal or a fool A man who takes allsteps possible to shield a man from being punished fo murder is a partner in murder or at least a defender of it We do not say that Carnes meant to save Hargis from being punished for murder We only ask What else would he have done if he had intended to save him from just punishment We do not say that Beckham intended to help Hargis go free when he appointed Carnes to try him or intended to appoint a man judge who did not care for the first principles of political hon esty when he named Redwine we just want to ask I Beckham had been a rascal and wanted to de fend murder and injustice when it seem ed to be for his interest or the interest of his party what else would he have done And shall Beckham b elected to represent Old Kentucky in the United States Senate P n P Ernst chairman of the Re publican State Central Committee of Kentucky held a consultation with President Roosevelt last Friday in Washington during which he corvine ed the president that thd republicans have a chance to carry Kentucky n the coming state election and the president promised to aid all in his powerPresident Patterson of the Ken tucky State College line received of tidal advlcoe that a bill passel durI- ng the closing days ot Congress will result in an Increase In she annual propriation for the Institution cQunl- to on endowment of f500000 Good for Richmond News has just como that Richmond has voted tho saloon out by 148 ma jority in the election of Tuesday March 12th The enthusiasm and excitement ran very high Women andschool Children paraded the streets with banners and sobriety good government and good souse havo scored a great victory Con gratulations to all people of Richmond and to nil Madisoh county on the brighter future now mado possible Berea Town hoard Meeting Tho Town Board mot Tuesday night March 12th Thoy allowed 0220 claims for work on the streets Tho Board will issue n notice to every property holder in town to re pair tho walk before his property or build a new walk before tho first of Juno An amendment was added to the stock law An ordinance was introduced to stop business mon from sweeping papers onto tho streets Tho committee reported very en couragingly of the progress of the improvement of Depot Street Appealed to Eye and Palate To please the eye as well as the palato was the duty of medIeval cooks and they laid great stress on the garnishing ot their dishes which they strewlnlrThleaves they used for decorating Uwtt labehe StudentsJournal Containing Breezy Notes of Com L andTrlumphs Union met as usual and had a very interesting program Debate Ito solved That coeducation of boys and girls Is tho best Aft Byrd Mcferln and Spence Neg McGulre Brock and Carlson lest Tuesday In Civil Government Class tho Philippines were being dis cussed All members of the class except one agroVd that the wur was being unjustly waged Mr Sent asked that ono to give his reasons for dissenting Ho said I belleve wo ought to Just boot the very Ute out cf them because they would not answer Pauls letter la Miss Shumakers algfbra Prato- one was having a bud time with a problem Tho teacher naked hint to define empty space Ho old I cant dtflno It but its up here pointing to his head An interesting guns of basket ha11 was played between Union and Beta Kappa subs last Saturday venlng The play was good on bath sides al tho tho scorn was 2G7 In favor of Beta Kappa This more Is explained on tile ground that Andrew Hopkins was one of tho B K phyera and when ho got tho ball near the basket dropItThe principal feature of Phi Del tas meeting lust Friday was the pm nut banquet at the close The loci oty apparently mlsunderslood the reg ulation that their binquot must not cost more than twentyfive cents per plate and thought the total expense was to be limited to a quarter nnd Invested that In peanuts Soda pe a Sliver Polish poltabcommon cooking soda which should be used In small quantities in Just the verse way ai the ordinary polish Cooking soda is also excellent for Gleaning purposes about the kitchen Idlehtiu Xban Life Chief Contents of This Number PACK ONE From the Wide World In Our Own CountlJ- CommollwUh of Kentucky EdltorlnllIarIRlIII Ilncklinm lintUe of Illckuioml Won VAGI TWO Serial The Home of n Thouiaml Cnmllei Recent Stale News IMOi TIIIIUK lleren nod Vicinity College Item PAGE Point Comments Our Manner of Speech and How to Im prove IU- I In11 Which May Mean Denth Hut One Kind of Income Tax Right The Children Department Temperance Note TAOK PIPE StoryThe Oreatelt Mlrncle of HU Patrick New from KverywhereJACIK The DlrtrictSchool DoingbyEighth Kentucky History LepertPAGI SEVEN Live Stock The Sunday School Lesson PAGE EIGHT Uiutern Kentucky Correspondence Facts About the Famine in China provincesSKlanghu and large areas in Shan tung and Honan Tho northern front leI of the famine district is about 400 miles from Shanghai Area More than 40000 square mile or larger than tho state of Ohio Population About 15000000 of Whom 10000000 are directly affected and 4000000 In dire straits and dan exposf Cause Almost continuous rains last autumn which fell for forty days Rivers and streams overflowed tit flat or remlflat country and Grand forof continued overflow Crops in the ground or garnered were dertroyetTor routed homes made of woven matting and mud swept away with their con tents domestic animals drowned or de prived of food tillage made Impossible for months Effects Most of the food destroyed or what little was stored In towns Animafappearance ot famine followed by re sort to gross roots bark or trees sweet potato leaves and putrid vege alesetae of boys and girls into slavery or shame suicide brigandage riot disease from infection from exposure from hunger from Insufficient cloth- Ing gathering Into refuge camps at Tslngklangpu where fully half a million destitute are now gathered Huslan Ydagchow Yaowan Hsuch ou Suchlcn Ihelen Chlnklang and Nanking Tho total of refugees now troches 1000000 or more at this writ Ing and thrice as many more sufferers are In the interior unable to reach tho camps Many Want Pensions Washington March 12 Comrnls stoner of Pensions Warner states that 185000 applications for pensions have been filed under tho service pension law enacted during tho last month ot closede000 applications will bo received un der tho now law which allows tho granting of a pension for service in tho Mexican and civil wars at tho rate of f 12 n month to veterans sixty two years ot ago 111 to those sixty five and 20 to thoso who aro seventy years of age THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 76c No t red 7 3c CornNo2 46c OatsNo 2 mixed 43e Hay Clover = 1600 01700 timothy 180002000 millet 1300011500 Cattle UO 0 600 Hogs 5000715 ShecpU50525I Lambs 5000750 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 70 Ho Com No2 48c OatsNo 2 45c Cattlo 4500575 Hogs 4600710 Sheep 250525 Lambs 45008X0 At Chicago WhcaUNo 2 red 760 CornNo 3 43c Oats No 2 42c CatI tie Steers 4500685 stockers and feeders 2750525 Iioge500Q705 Sheop 5000025 Lambs 6000 785 Livestock at New York Cattle 4900625 Hogs 6800 770 Sheep 4000550 Lambs 676 0820 At East BUffal- oCatUo400GG5 Hogs 5600 T45 Sheep 3000575 Lambs 600 0790 Wheat at Toledo May SOHo July 80c cash 78c c r r F eooeoeoooooooeoeo 0 la M i School Teaching on page 8i 1l ieoOItoo oooooooo o +o+o+o+o+o 0+o+o+o+oho +oooo+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+odo +a+o+o+ l l M 0 1 iIA+ Q 0 + 1 0 + ra A great many people lose the advantages of hav c ing a growing savings account because they hesitate at 1opening an account with a small amount o They think that as soon as they got fifty or a X o hundred dollars they will open an account but the oho lr- o that tho savings account is permanently postponed o The successful way to save is to OPEN AN o IACCOUNT oven if with but osinglo dollar When I p you have once started you will become ambitious to I see tho account grow and you will be far less likely J Your savings deposited hero are protected by d the capital and surplus of the bank amounting to oh 0000000 and by the stockholders additional liabil + fly of 5000000 more a total margin of security t 9 14Yo o oo oFthan 1oi S 01 I INTEREST PAID ON j SAVINGS ACCOUNTSio i BEREA BANK TRUST CO- o I JJ Moore President W H Porter Cashier toI+ A Start of 100 With Determination to Save Has Built 01t1iI+ + o O+ 0o+o+o 0+o+o+o+a+o+o 00+O+o+o+o +o+o+O+O+o+0+0+0+ h =THE I Berea National BankilCAPITAL 25000005r C1 r IThe Berea National Bank confidently believes it can meet every requirement of the most discriminating customers DEPOSITORS WILL RECEIVE AS LIBERAL TREATMENT AS IS CONSISTENT WITH SOUND BANKING f S E WELCH President J W FOWLER Vice Pros J L GAY Cashiern1OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly J W Lambert S R Baker W C Parks W A Hammond R W Todd t SALOONS CLOSE VOLUNTARILY Richmond Ky Keepers Propose to Give Public Test of Dry Town Richmond Ky March SNot one of tho thirteen saloons In Richmond opened for business this morning They will bo kept closed until after next Tuesday at which time a vote will be taken as to whether vinous splrltuopa or malt liquors shall be sold The saloon owners took this ac Uon to give tho public a sample of local option Tho temperance men claim that the saloon men were being bled to such an extent that they had to close in order to protect them selves Hargis Case Again Delayed Lexington Ky March 7Judge Carnes accompanied by the troops and all the attorneys has left Jackson for Lexington Judge Hargli Elbert Hargis and John Abner have given 10000 bond each tor appear anco in Martinsburg Elliot county at the regular term of court the last week in May Smith was replaced in Jail Tho taking of tho case to Elliot county was a surprise to both sides It Judge Rodwlne presides it is pos slblo that all the cases will be re manded to Jackson Louisville Ky March SProt Reuben Post Halleck principal of tho Louisville Male High School has been asked by President James of the Uni versity of Illinois to accept the chair of secondary education which Is to be established by the University of Illinois The purpose of the new chair Is to train high school teachers tor their profession is Louisville Street Railroad Workers Turned Down Louisville Ky March 7At a conference between a committee representing the Loulsvlllo branch of tho International Union of Street Rail way employes and tho officers of the Louisville Street Railway company tho demands of tho men were uncon ditionally refused Tho most Im it portant demand is for recognition of the union Another demand is for an explanation of tho discharge ot four union employee A third demand Is foran abolition of tho sliding scalpiof wages and tho substitution of a j straight tenhour day Another com j plaint is that tho men have only seventeen minutes for lunch They Ii want fortyflve minutes 1 d- rlBADLY SHOT UPiFeudRidden Jackson the Scene of 1 1 More Excitement i Jackson Ky March 11 Citizens ofkI this feud ridden city were startled out of their sleep Saturday night by shoot- Ing such as seldom has been heard here Two shots were fired Into the j home of Judge James Hargis accused I tassas81natlonOthers were fired Into the store of Hargis brothers In which June Jett brother of Curtis Jett was sleeping but ho was unharmed Tho home ot c r Deputy Town Marshal Smith also van hit Tho tiring was continued for for 1 ty minutes Efforts of tho police were IedI 0 A 4 y 11f0riCI TO cpRitMrotDrJTn tar It pqw hoalil b tcwm pnld bf Ibcnint or th oatlw not ftIII partjiU 1otFf i THE HOUSE OF THOUSANDtCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author ot TilE MAt t CHANCE1 ZELDA DAHEROH Etc Lojrlht iw bj BoWrtJIfrrlU Co CHAPTER Ill Contlnued Any resentment I felt on first hear ing the terms ot my grandfathers will a had passed Ho had treated me as well as I deserved and the least I could do was to accept the penalty he bad laid upon me In a sane and amine ble spirit This train ot thought occu pled me as we tramped along the high way The road now led away from the lake and through a heavy wood I Presently on the right loomed a dark barrier and I put out my hand and touched a wall of rough stone that rose to a height of about eight feet What is this Bates f asked This Is Glenanr land sir The wall was one of jvv grandfathers Ideas Its a quartty ot a mile long and cost him a preltj jenny I warrant you Tho road tunm oft from the lake now but the Glenwm property Is all lake front So there was a wall aliptit my pris onhouse 1 grinned cheerfully to myself When a few moments later mygurde paused at an arched gateway In the long wall drew from his overcoat rfiubch of keys and fumbled at the lock of an Iron gate t felt the spirit of adventure quicken within me The gale clicked behind us and Hates found a lantern and lighted it with the case of custom- I use this gate because Its n Vrer The regular entrance is farther down the road Keep close sir as the Umber Isnt much cleared The undergrowth was Indeed hear and I followed the lantern of my guidti with difficulty In darkness the place seemed as wild and rough as a tropl cal wilderness Only a little farther rose Bates voice ahead of me and then Theres the light slrInd lifting my eyes as I stumbled over the roots of a great tree I Haw for the first time the dark outlines of Glenarm House I Here wo arc sir exclaimed Bates stamping his feet upon a walk f followed him to what I assumed to beth front door of tho house where a lamp shone brightly at either side of a massive entrance Bates Rung It open without ado and I stepped quick ly into a great hall that was lighted dimly by candles fastened into brack eta on the walls I hope youve not expected too much Mr Glenarm said Bates with a tone of mild apology Its very in complete for living purposes Well weve got to make the boot of It I answered though without much cheer The sound of our steps echoed rn the well of a great Stair case There was not as far as I Conlrt see a single article of furniture in the plane Heres something you ll like better slr3nJ hates paused far down The ball and opened a door A single candle made a little pool of light In what I felt to be a large room I was prepared for a disclosure ot barren ugliness and waited In heartsick foreboding for the silent guide to reveal a dreary prison Please tilt here sir said Bates while I make a better light He moved through the dark room with perfect case struck a match lighted a taper and went swiftly and softly about He touched the taper tp one candle after another they seem ed to bo everywhere and won from yieldeduof light I have often watched the acolytes In dim cathedrals ot the Old World set countless caudles ablaze on magnificent altars always with awe Iiforthe beauty of the spectacle but this unknown house the austere nerving man auimmoued from the shadows a lovllor and more bewildering enchantment Youth alone ot beautiful things is lovelier than light The lines of the wall receded as the light Increased and the raftered veil ing drew away luring the eyes upward I rose with a smothered ex clamation on my lips and stared about snatching off my lint In reverence as tho spirit of the place wove its spell about mo Everywhere there were books they covered the walls to the celling with only long French windows and an enormous fireplace break- Ingf the line Above the fireplace a chlmneybreastItthe room From every conceivable l lace from shelves built rpt the i pose Irons brackets that thrust out I long arms among the hooks trout a I great crystal chandelier suspended the ceIling and from the breast 1fitr crndjesblandclaImed In wonder and pleasure as hates paused his sorcerers wand in hand Miv Gienarm was very fond of can rilcifuht he liked to gather up candle I stlcke and his collection Is very fine 1 lie often called this The House ora Thousand Candles Theres only about hisII isbed there would be a Undlights P I 110 had quite a Jolting way your grand t other U suited his humor to tall it a i inpuftand Iir troycd hlssowr hleae antrles 8ir I fancy bo did I replied staring In bewilderment OIL lamps might be more suited to your own taste sir But your grandfather would not have them Old brass and copper were specialties with him and he had a particalar taste Mr Glen arm had In glass candlesticks He held that the crystal was most effec tive ot all rilgp Knd lot in the bag gageman and then serve you some supper Ho went somberly out and I exam ined the room tflth amazed and de lighted eyes It was CO feet long and halt as wide Tho hardwood floor was covered with handsome nigs every piece of furniture was quaint or Inter eating Carved In the heavy oak panel- Ing above tho fireplace In largo Old English letters was tho Inscription titSpirit Of man U tbt CaB4lt of let Lora and oh either side great candelabra sent long arms across the hearth All the books seemed related to architec ture German and French works stood aide by side among those by English and American authorities I found archaeology represented in a division where all the titles were Latin or Ital ian I opened several cabinets that contained sketches and drawings alii In careful order and in another I found an elaborate card catalogue evidently the work of a practiced hand The minute examination was too much for me 1 threw myself Into a groat chair that might have been spoil from aI cathedral satisfied to enjoy the gen eral effect To find an apartment so handsome and so marked by hood taste in thb midst of an Indiana wood staggered me I was so lost In con templation that I did not bear a door Fellows He Deference open behind me The respectful mournful vpIcepIvBaJeft announced Theres a bite ready for you sitI followed hint through the hall to a small hlghwamscotcd room where a table waY alrnply set This is what Mr GIpnarm called the refectory He took his own meals here The library was the thing with him He never lived to finish the moreB the pity sir lie would have made something very handsome of it If hed had n few years more But he Upped sir that yond see it com pleted The work was near his heart sir Yes 16 be sure I replied lie brought cold fowl and n salad und produced a bit of Stilton of un mlstaUable anthentlcitf I trust the ale is cooled to your Ilk lag Ittf jour Krahdfathdrs favorite It I majr say sir 1 liked the fellows Humility He served me with a grave deference and an accustomed hand Candles Incry tat holders shed an agreeable light upcn till the room was snug and comfortable and hickory logs In aI small flrepWce crackled cheerily my grandfather bad designed to punish mo with loneliness as his his shade If It lurked near me must Lave beet grievously disappointed I had often eaten my bread alone and I found a pleasure In the quiet strange unknown house There stole over me too the satisfaction that I was at last obeying a wish of irty grandfathers that I was doing some thing ho would have me do 1 was touched by the traces everywhere r his Interest in what was to him the art of arts there was something quiteI fine in lull devotion to It The little refectory had Itlinlr ot dlstnrUoh- though it was without decor1t1o There had been we always said In the family something whimsical or eVen morbid In my grandsires devotion to architecture but I felt that It had- rcallyappeaied to something dignified own mind and char qicter mood than 1 had known In year possessed my heart Ho had asked little of me and I dc item iIIIUIItffrllll v gave mrrny coffee pu IUates within roaeh ftflillW th I drew out JUT fllgarettocas and hold it haifopnned In mjhand when the glass In tho window bitch 01 me cracked sharply A ballet lilitUcf over my tread struck the oppoalto wnl and fell flattened nud marred on tht table under my hand- CHAPTER IV A Voice from the Lake- I ran to the window and peered om Into the night The wood througl which wo had approached the house seemed to encompass It The branchel of n great tree brushed the panes I was tugging at tho fastening of the window when I became aware of Bate at my elbow Did something happen sirIlls unbroken calm angered roa Some one had fired at me through a window and I had narrowly escaped being shot I resented the unconcern with which this servant accepted the situationNothing mentioning Somebody tried to assassinate me that all I said In a voice that failed to b calmly Ironical I was still fumbling at the catch of the window Allow me slrand ho throw up the sash with an case that increased my Irritation 1 leaned out and tried to find semi clue to my assailant Bates opcnoj another window and surveyed tho dart landscape with me It was a shot from without wIn It sir Of course it wat you didnt suppose I shot at myself did you 1 He examined the broken pane ant picked up the bullet from the table Its a rifle ball I should say y I I Liked the Humility Servtd With Great main hoaso table weapon worth The bullet was halfflattened by its contact with the Wall It was a cartridge ball of largecallbor that might hare been fired from either rifle cr pistolIts very unusual sir I wheeled upon him angrily and found him turn bUng with tho bit of metal a troubled look on his face He at once con tinued as though anxious to allay ray tears Quito accidental roost likely Probably boys on the lake are shoot ing at ducks I laughed out BO suddenly that Hates started back IK alarm You btlei 1 snared seizing him by the collar with both hands and shaking him lercely You looldo the people are md here shoot ducks at night Do the shoot waterfowl with elephant guns and fire at people through windows Just fordunV I threw him back against tho tablo so that It leaped away from him and floorj and fetch a lantern He said nothing but did as I bade cheerlessI noIwere the vaguest but 1 wished to ex amino for myself the premises thaw t evidently contained a dangerous prowler I was very angry and my rago Increased as I followed Bates who had suddenly retired within himself We stood soon beneath the lights M the refectory window The ground was covered With leaves which broke crisply under our feet What lies beyond hero 1 I ttr 1 mantled About a quarter of mile of woods sir and then tho iakgfGo ahead I ordered straight o the lake TO BE CONTINUED Relief In the Babys Cries Why doesnt your wife sins to ifco baby when shecrIesTIShe to discovered that tho neighbors preferred tu hear the baby Cleveland Leader IEROME PUTS IN BUSYS1INOYa DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAS A CON I FERPNCE WITH ALIENISTS Delmas Stenographer Calls onPri oner and Consults With Hhn Thaw Attends Services Now York March 11 Dolphin M Delniaa senior com3ol rot liarfj Ki Thaw communicated with Ills client through bin confidential stouogrphpri who was admitted to Uio Tombs early in tho day TIio young Woman said thaishe had Como front Mr Delmas who was spending tho day at Atlantic CltDnd after being identified by Warden Flynn was escorted 16 the second tier Whero she talked for some time with Thaw outside tho gate Upon receiving tho girt the tfrHonef spent tome time In writing after which ho summoned a clerk to whom hff gave l5 to defray the expense ol some longdistance telephoning This disposed of Thaw turned his attention ton letter from his mothor which bad been brought to tho Tombs Vy Jojlah Thaws chauffeur For 45 minutes Thaw was engaged In answering his mothers letter and some time later devoted nearly un hour In replying to a letter which In tho meantime had arrived from his wile In the afternoon Mr OKcllly ol Thaws counsel called Upon leaving tile attorney said that ho had found tho prisoner In pretty good spirits Thaw attended the chapel service newspaperIhave nothing further to say and that Ills attorneys would have to do the talkingDistrict Attorney Jerome remained at his home and was again In confer I once with the alienists for the state I It Is understood that a hypothetical question was formed Assistant At I torney Garvln was at the criminal courts building during the afternoon and assisted In the work of the stenographers who made copies bf questions which later were submitted to Mr JeromeSubpoena servers were kept busy throughout the day and made frequent trips to the criminal courts building and to Mr Jeromes home When asked as to the preparation being made by Jerome for the rebuttal which will open Monday Mr Oarvln said that nothing could be made public KEON Street Car Employes Quit Work ElectricIan May Join Louisville March nStreet car pas senger traffic was suspended here The employes of the Louisville Railway Co walked out at tT oclock Sunday morning and the strike lion A mass meeting of tho Federation of Labor was held Sunday at Oar mania hall Ben Commons sixth vise president of tho International Asiao tattoo of Street Hallway Employtra- and Henry Ott of Cincinnati presi dent of tho Ohio State Federation of Labor spoke John Young president of tho Louisville Federation Issued the call and presided at tho niteting The federation voted moral and financial support to the strikers and advised them to stand pat but at tempt no violence One big depart meat store will advertise the establish ment by it of a private auto line to bring customers to Its store The electricians at tho power plant did not walk out as had been expected by union sympathizers but It is Said that this will be put to their union thi first of this week TWO VESSELS GO DOWN German Cargo Steamer and Trawer Founder In North Sea Berlin March l1A dispatch from Cuxhaven reports the loss of SI lives by the foundering of two vessels n German cargo steamer the George AVoltorn and a trawlerduring n heavy gnle in tho North sea The dls latch says no further details have boon received bnt that It Is believed thoso drowned comprised all aboard both vessels Hugh Wave Hits Steamer New York March 111le Frentl lino steamer La SavoIe from Havre March 2 currying more than 101 passengers arrived here after per Imps the most severe experience of this transAtlantic lines that have recently reported rough weather The steamer ran into a series of guise which increased in violence until Thursday when a monster wave swept the main deck and forced Cupt Tournler bring his trembling craft tp Bite drifted eight hours before the voyage could be safely resumed Theater In Ruins Kndxvllle Tcnn March 11ThI Lafolletto theater and several adjoin Jng bulldnga were destroyed by a fire believed to hoof Incendiary origin Father and drenDead Buffalo March11rMichael Bower a ellto o farmer and his ten ye9r it daughter Isabel were in5t51 killed on h crossing of the Erie rail road at Lancaster Bowers 16year old daitglitcr Rosa Is dying from her Jnjiirfes Woman Bullfighters Injured Jl Paso Tex March llj AHfrfe ol the woman bullflKhtenr whoo farewell appearance In Uio ring was ie tt ti ctlen at the Juarez Plaza del Toroej were Injured by belusgorcdop Vws Hv the bulls j a JsT I tl STATE ODDS AND I SORE ARM Must Be Shown or Prisoners Can Not Enter Kentucky Stirs Hbpjilnsvjlle KyGot vaccinated or you can not be admitted to hit peni tentiary is tho latest ruling ot the prison commissioners who have caused official notices to this effect to be sent put to the sheriff of each of the 119 counties of the state Sheriff David Smith of this city received his notice and In the future he will see that all prospective candidates for the peniten tiary are vaccinated According to the notices sent out the certificate ot successful vaccination must accompany tho commitment pa tiersi nnd It Ill lacking or not up to etnndanl tho prisoner will be refused admission Until he is properly Inocu lated PACKERS SUEDiFor Tax on Business Done In Kentucky For Four Years Frankfort KState Auditors Ant lawn In tho name nf the con monwealth entered suits In Uio state seeking to recover sums aggressing J33000 from Nelson M6r rill Co William Homer I Co the Cudahy Packing Co and the Omaha Packing Co The claim U that money Is duo the state under the law requir ing payment by packing companies of- SO cents on each 100 of gross receipts In Kentucky for a period from 1902 to 1000 HALF A DOZEN Arrested at the BeheM of the Law and Order League Richmond KyT W Reaves John li Sexton Dan Harris Charles Craw ford Spencer Burton anti Vulcan lr vine were arrested here on warrants charging them With the buying and tolling of registration certificates The warrants were sworn out by N B Deatherage chairman of the Law and Order League Sexton proprietor of a saloon is treasurer ot the Saloon Keepers Protective Association MILT DEAN of Lexington Well Known In Turf Circles Married Cincinnati John M Dean ot Lax Ingtou ltyand Miss Bertie Anderson of Stamping Ground Ky arrived In this city and Immediately went to the courthouse whore they secured a11 cense and later were quietly married Mr and Mrs Dean are spandtne a abort honeymoon In Clnotanatl baton returning to the old Kentucky home WAS 3 LOADED Fatal Play WitharPistol By ths Bailey Doys Lexington KyLaunder Bowltnk molorriian for the ToxlhgmfStroet Railway Co received a report from Crawford Laurel county Ky that Ids cousin taander Bailey aged 10 had shot and kilted lily brother Sldnty Bailey The children wore lilayldg with a pistol which they thought was not loaded Ice Men In Session Louisville yThe annual conven lion of tho Middle States Ice Producers Is being held hero The delegates arrived from Clnclnnall by boat Presi dent K C DaUhlser of Cleveland Clay Whltoly of the Indiana Ica Pro dncers association and Mayor Paul C liarth of IxMiUvlllo spoko at the early meeting after which the plant of the Frank Fehr Brewing Co nnd the build ings of the Yogi and the American Ma tilinG Cos worn visited Will Liquidate Louisville KOn April 17 the Loulavlllo and Joffersonvllle Ferry Co ono of the most Ilmo honored Institu tlons in anti around the Fall Cities j Will go Into liquidation This was de cided upon only after a most bitter tight between the minority and ma jority stockholders tho former dealt Ing tb keepup the company f Grainger Will Accept Lqulsvllle Ky Former Mayor Charles F Grainger wilt be tendered tho presidency of the oulsvlllo Water Co and has decided to accept the po sition This will change the complex Ion of tho coming mayoralty race ai Grainger had been considered one ot tho principal candidates for the lento cratic nomination QueerMarseille KyLout Robinson a negro of this county who was sold as a slave March 30 1851 at Brooksvllle Bracken county pro poses to celebrate the next anniver nary by preaching on the spot of bit sale He predicts that 1920 will witness the end of the world Twas an Old Grudge Warsaw Ky Robert Kennedy shot and fatally wounded John Reed jr at Patriot Indv ten miles abqvo Warsaw The trouble dated from an old grudge which was renewed at Rosso saloon where Kennedy la barkeeper In Strange Caches Glasgow Kj Following the death of Joseph Skeeters puppoaedly Vov erlystrlckcn 3 3000 In goldand silver was fojwtllii boxestlaxllaclts and Un dins secreted about his In i r d WITH PISTOLS AND KNIVES Four Mn Fought In a post Three Dying After Reaching Shore Sergent Ky Thaolter Rice and Speed and Elijah Bailey brothers wore killed in n desperate fight adboaw- hen crossing the Middle Fork of the Kentucky river 20 miles below hero With them was John Bllsmore A dispute hid arisen between Ella more and Illcr whereupon the Bailey brothers took sides with Rice WIs more without warning whacked Utc on tho head with nn oar nnd thAn n battle with pistols and knives followed Ellsmore himself badly wounded finally readied shore with his e t n lone but that died soon arterwardiThe fight followed a neighbors home BELOVED WOMAN DIES After Short Illness Mrs Blandford Passes Away In Owensboro Qwensboro KyMrs SI 14 Blanit ford one of the best known and moat lovable women in this city dlol nt hot homo on Crltlendcn street after an itt ness of only two weeks of the grip She was seventythree years old and OD account of her wide charity and kindly disposition was greatly loved by4 iJISister Vincent CoYln ton Ky Mrs W I Beaven lIardatown Mrs SIS II i1JCOLT KICKED The Lantern Over and a Car of Horsesy i Burned To Death Lexington RyBy a colt kicking i lantern over In a horse car la the L A N railroad yard at Parts tho strew In tho oar was United and the whole I BI crier wax In lames In a moment The grooms fled in their fright leaving tlys yearold thoroughbreds owned by J K Cushing of Minneapolis Minn which wore valued at 110004 to burn Ib tn fThfFrom State Librarian Are Copies of Reports Anent His Cue IItImnkforU Ky Caleb Vow rsi noted Goebol murderer pronr now confined in the Scott county JnlL n1 Otorxctown purchased from the late librarian copies of all volume ol rA ports nf the Kontuoky court of appeals conUlnliiR opinions of the sour In tho murder raw in which he li charged Ho In preparing for his nest trial at Georgetown In July or Mtgssi of Cite year WITH A KNIFE The Discharged Employe Approached Cut a Bullet Killed Him Hlafcman KyAt Paper lispcamp near here Charles Beokhajii shot and killed A JL Robertson Beak ham foreman of the oiunp had ills charged Robertson ItobertKoarafusod to leave saying either be or Becliham r must die Beckham avoided him for comiaaIntohim lleckham surrendered H6 claims- sdf defense l I INJUNCTION Ioj Against PurchaseofTobacce Issued t By Judge Marshall kA f Versailles Ky Judgo Marshall OB petition of Uie board of control e4 Woodford county granted K temporary injunction t the American Tobacco Co enjoining It from buying any tobacco pledged to tho Burley Tobacco society In Woodford county The casa will probably be carried to the court of appeals Hillarys Mistake Owcnnboro Ky Hillary nice was crested on a charge ot bigamy Some time ago Rico filed a suit for divorce and ho was undor Uio Impression that the divorce had been granted IU wits married to wife No 2 lost week It understood that wife No1 caused hla arrest The divorce was not granted nt the last term of court 1Ioulsvllllmanufacturer who was a member of the local firm of Knadlcr Lucas was londurcd for probate A fund ot 5009 Isaet aside for the education ot fiva ot his grandchildren Tho rontalndoi ot the property Is to be dlvjdcd equally among thu four children Abstracting Valuable tMdi 4nndiNinthstrnctlns their hundreds of acres ot r A coal and timber lands receUy par chased In this section j illJeXlngtonorganizer of the American Society o1 Equity has decided to spend I1lweelt ttIn FaycUo county spesktng Ute tobacco growers la tbe voting prtebcU in ihft Tnlflrnut ot the MiclftU f dt 0 corororororororororDratorokororokororororororaroror1 xRAZORS 00 b f And Shaving Material r0 ox x 0 i IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR ir 7 J 0 o One tint will givo entire satisfaction como in and seoo 0o0 iIIo For those who prefer tho regular style rnrJbr and yet have a o o safety guard attached tho Curly Safety Razor Is tho tiling at 250 0 The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades is ns goal as x any 500 Safety Razor made Our price 150 xx 0 While you are purchasing n razor remember that there are sev o- y x oral other things necessary to complete as laving outfit Strops o oxI 0r Pocket Knivesx x 0 si xox size wo foul mire that wo have what you want x Ll oxx 0 i I Porter Drug COINC i 0Prescription Druggistsr OitOat0w0i1070A0ADf0 t0r1oi10A0t0I0i1 IIOIIOiiOkok07d05t0it0 071o t 4 000000000000000000000000000 0 Berea and Vicinity 0 f o o 0 0 GATHERED PROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES S 0 o 0Ao Deo oeo o o oeo vvvv l TAKE NOTICE Miss Robinson will give n lecture on My Trip to Europe illustrated I by Ktcreopticnn views next Monday night in the College Chnpol This will bo ho Monday Lecture for United Chapel but Miss Robinson especially invites nil hor friends in JBowR to hear tho lecture Lula May Bnglc 1 the little dough Uuglodloclmouths and fourteen days another angel which the fnthur anti mother expect to meet Mr Arch Brandenburg of London was In town tho first of tho week Miss Oran Adams In spending n few days with hor sister In Rich mond Miss Margaret Wnllaco returned IMt week from nn extended stay with hor slater in Oklahoma- J P Bicknoll has sold his half EarlyDlrt in tho same placo tho remainder of yearMrs Mamie Manson Jonws of CIa cinnati Is spending n few days with her parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Him t tau I I Rev D R Steiner of Now Lon I l J don Ohio preach in the Congre gational Church next Sunday snoru lug and at Harts in evening nt 3 oclock All nro invited Miss Lava Fish of Wildio is visit ing friends hero About seven oclock Monday morn lug tho houso of Mr Wlnklors on Chestnut Street was burned Tho firo had such n start that when it was found out it was impossible to save tho house Only a few things wero saved Tho houso belonged to Wright Kelly Loss about 300 The Taking 1 Cold Habit The old cold goes i a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doe tara bout It M I had ft terilbln coM and nothing relieved ma I triedokerupLm rrcola ctor Iu pep mi e i ry pert mr dV1 wonderful rt meN LL J K Luis Toledo Ohio HE Hid IAJlOyers SARSAPARILUI Ayer1b vu 0 gggooooooo Mm Burt Co ldiugton is in Ciucin mitt this week Mr and Mrs Oscar Gabbard of Wallnwton spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Johu Qubbard Miss Dicy 1ursons slopped over horo Monday niGht as she was on hor way to see her sister Lucy in Lexington Ky Dr and Mrs P Cornelius returnee last weok from their trip in th went and south They are well and Voport a very interesting time Carl Hunt loft Tuesday for Ada Ohio where ho goes to finish his i course of study in tho Ohio Northern UniversityMr Mrs Stanley Kitchen are visiting Mr Kitchens parents in CorbinMrs Nancy Torrjll of Louisville is hero with her parents Mr and Mrs A 1 Settle Mr Cort mulls Sunday School claw and n few others enjoyed pov ort social at tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs Scale Tuesday night Each ouo present was fairly represented but lho prize was awarded to Mr hoary Ingram ns being tho best representativeMrs Limes who was called hero by tho death of her mother Mrs Jolt Blazer returned homo to Cincinnati last Sunday Dr Thomson is in Winchester lec turing on astronomy Mn linker and Mrs Watts have returned to Boron after nu extended IniTho little daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 I Ogg is very ill Mr Onborno was in Richmond ono day last weok So far 405 has boon sent te tho byCItizenn dollar moro is promised The cols lection iu Dr Cooks Sunday school class last Sunday for this purpose splendidn little money A Grand Close To ale IJTPUIH COllin Wo expected good crowd anda Hue recital of Shakespeares Mac bout front Prof Raino ns the closing number of tho Lyceum Course but ourexpoctatlonA the largest that has attended any number at tho course and the recital was magnificent thrilling Tho re suit is that tho Lyceum Committee is greatly pleased with the success putintostill better where that is possible and tho community seems ready to expect great things and attend tho numbers in full force from tho start Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on Q D Hollidny at tho Borea Bank nnd Trust Company 0000000000000-o 0 i o College Items o i HERE AND THERE io 0 0000000000000Tho Quartet went to Lexington Saturday noon to sing at the Y M 0 A returning Monday noon Mr Gamble was in Louisville takoslplace Sunday evening the topic being Deepening Friendship Mr Fellmy led tho Y M C A tho topic being A Paying Invest mont A largo subscription was made by the students for Y M O A expensesMr McKay visited his brothers Walter and William recently Mr Cartmell has n fine lot of now pennants and says before fixing up your rooms to ho sure and seo them lies Harold Hunting son of Berets loved Irofessor Hunting 10M lust left his position In Ilnnlr11J1I11 to take a pastorate In Hoch s or Minn Correct Silverware Correct in characterdeign workmanship Is as necessary as or fine linen If you goodtalcI wROGERS BROS piecefor CTe1JII JDr W G BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson AH cotta promptly attended to night and day I Tilcphono No 4 Herm Ky I A FAMILY EDUCATOR should be nn authority in all the principal departments of knowl edge in concise formall that the consulter needs to know about the derivation spells ing pronunciation and definition- of words as as facts about cities towns and tho natural fea tures of every of the globe facts in history biography ture etc Such an authority Is Websters International Dictionaryr NO HOME IS COMPLETE without this storehouse of reliable infonnntlon- Itey Lymlln Abbott DD Editor of the Outlook says t Webster bM endIbeen the famrltt In our household have seen no reason to transfer injr alle glance to any or his competitors Tho New and Edition has 25000 New Words completely Rt vised Gazetteer and leal Dlctionaryiedltcd by W T U Com missioner or Education New plates throughout pages Illustrations InsFRstructlro and for tho Also jluttrttoJ 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shrinkage of fabric or loss of color Dyeing according to the best modern methods Largest Establishment in Kentucky Our prices l are very reasonable Gentlemen Suits VI 00 Cleaned and VrrMFtl Ladles Suite 9100 and 11 Skirt 9100 up Expressage paid one way on 300 worth of work i bothiways on 500 or more Correspondence solicited V I THE PARIS DRYCLEANING COMPANY 203X04 Vlka Street CotliiRtun iCy I I I y The CitizenI 4 family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting I Fubliihed very TbutKlay at nuts Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgt Subscription Rates 1AYABIU IN ADVANCli oae Tar tt a tu Months tc Ttitre Monllii 3 send monty by lontclCct or lUpirst Moury Order Urmfl RtgUtcf cd Letter or cue and Iwo cent lfinp4 The date fltr your name on label Miowt te wbit dle your sub crlptlon I pmid 1t1 is not channd within three weds alter teuriral euUfjr u Mlnlne number will l e gladly supplied if we ate Dolinrd Pine rrtnmimi ttUtn for new ub frlplon and prompt renewal Send for Premium lItXjbcnl term flven to aoy who nhtalit new ub for u An owe us torn hcriptinnecanteteeeTheCtreufretlurhtr Advertising rates on application UEUMK Of- XSHTCCKV PRESS ASSOCIATION There seems to be a widespread tendency to allow somebody else to snake the dirt fly at Panama Some ot the people who think the naval display at Jamestown will bo ioo warlike are uttering belligerent protests Of course we want to communicate with Mars If possible The Martians art great canal builders and we need their advice Kaiser Wilhelm Is going to visit Alfonso perhaps for the purpose of telling that young man how to make a Jilt in politics The rich are getting theirs at last J Pierpont Morgans dogs did not capture all the prizes at the Now York don show Cut pins out of your diet urges the Newark Star An authority says 10 000 microbes can dwell fa comfort on the bead of one The Missouri newspaper man who leas decided to quit newspaper work and enter the ministry will have small er congregations after this Ico cream is said to cause lockjaw which makes it advisable for young men to cut out this paragraph and leap It in their pocketbook There is a strong suspicion that Count Bongs threat of suicide is merely for publication and not necessarily 1nguarantee of good faltb people not stop buying coal Just because a Texas man predicts that the world is to be consumed with fire in a few days Chief Chemist Wiley announces that oysters are worthless If frozen Dr Wiley Is to be thanked for not saying that oysters are not fit to eat anyhow Dr Mary Walker Is only slightly wrong in saying that the scent of onions will keep disease germs out of a room When the germs come In they lie down and die A Maine company is now manufac turing turpentine from spruce pulp waste which was formerly consigned to too dump but North Carolina hasnt n begun worrying as yet A majority of the men and women of tho United States will soon live In Tenement houses says a writer in the iXortn American Review Flats we suppose are getting too expensive The privilege blasting Ice out of the Alpine glaciers which the Swiss Cantons have accorded to the Ice dealers over there is enough to make the Ice trust over there weep with envy Andrew Carnegie says that it wast Ills ambition in boyhood to become a JTCIlOrter It turned out all right any he made some money at the profession he finally selected At Oanta Georgian i- T 41 X Leopold king of the Belgians Is s the richest monarch in Europe afte- r1Ilie czar Although his Income from the state is but jr700000 a year his business Interests are so large and i trAf Ids Income from the Kongo Free Stato so great that it to setlmated be gathers in quite 5000000 annually M Mayor Frank Mott of Oakland Cal leas achieved notoriety for having re fused a position with a largo cor poration at a salary of 10000 a year fln order to remain the mayor of Oak land which pays only 3000 a year- I J i 2to also disposed of his own business VKO as to have more time to give to city affairs Yli Joseph Lee fDoston gives 10000 a year In charity among IJoston children Since his grad uation from the Harvard law school as a young man his hobby has r been that of spending his money and doing good In the many ways 111i which only a devotee to the cause of4 l public philanthropy can 11ri Evidently Mohammed All Mlrza has j stuff In him Tils energetic perform ARCO of snatching the bg gold and jeweled crown front his head as soon M RS it was placed thereon and chuck t ting It behind his peacock throno chows An energetic determination oa re1Ir 1 f r 0 ODitr jffltmutw nf pmlf twit Sjmu to Shujttnue Jt By HENRY MILLER Veteran Actor rnHAT tine need in this country is to speak through the nose Tho Yankee nasal twang is a misnomer Tho twang giving such a disagreeable quality to all utterance comes from a lack of breathing through the noso while speaking hence it is tho reverse of nasal You will find this same twang by the way r in certain parts of England where the enunciation is so bad it is difficult at times to understand what is said In this matter of distinctness thd Trench method of speech is tho most perfect just because it is the most truly nasal This sonorous quality peculiar to the French actor is derived in all probabil ity from the old days when theatrical representations were given in the open air anti the speaking was done through masks A full vocal power was thus acquired which has never been lost and which narks the French method of intonation as being thoroughly admirable nail natural Of course it would be pleasant to have our language spoken correctly everywhere 1It there is a doubt in my mind if such a universal uni fortuity could be achieved whether it would not be tedious to hear There is a certain imagination for instance in tho intonation of tho tough that one would almost regret to lose The man who employs slang nUll has certain oddities of enunciation sometimes enriches tho language but from swelldom we have no enrichment There is no question as to tho deplorable inelegance of speech on the part of those who are most desirous to be elegant The lackadaisical utterance of tho swell for instance is the worst fonn of spoken English to the ear In England the blase set affects a sort of listless fatigued clipped speech suggesting a race that is lacking in vitality When the whole muscular system iii relaxed it i3 an effort to form a syllable and the result is weariness in the listener ns well as in the speaker The French however bII more skillful and thorough use of the muscles connected with vocalization convey an impression of agreeable animation to their conversation that renders it unforced and naturalI say that the man who takes pains with his speech is as praiseworthy as he who cares for his linen and is tidy in his drOSS J1ii311itt uy irun 11rat1l By DR GEORGE W GRAY of Ilirvard Medical School A sore throat must Promptness in obtaining medical help in abdom inal troubles is especial ly necessary Faintinga delirium of the breathing require the attention ofn doctor A chill accompanied with pains in the side often brings on pneumonia Chills are always to be treated with due respect end consideration A person who having reached the age of 50 or thereabouts feels short in his breath and soon gets exhausted may think ho is smoking too many cigars but the sooner he goes to an intelligent physician the sooner ho will be able to adopt a regimen that will help him and the sooner his failing heart will be able to do its work in a more efficient manner A prick of the finger a scratch on the bandare affairs that usually may be allowed to take care of themselves but bacteria may sometimes got into the wound with the result of serious blood poisoning The time to call the doctor is when the scratch begins to throb with pain As persistent local pain always requires attention so must prompt attention be given to eruptions of the skin Cancer is now a curable disease nf taken in its earliest stages Consumption is no longer incurable Many get well under proper treatment It is of the greatest importance that the presence of the bacteria peculiar to consumption bo ascertained at the earliest possible moment The earlier the nature of the disease is known the better airtho prospects of success It is impossible to insist too on the importance of the earliest possible recognition of the true character of any disease due to the presence of bacteria In the spread of diphtheria ignorance and neglect have been the chief factors But now an antidote to the diphtheria poison is available In one institution alone tIle untitoxinc treatment reduced the mortality from diphtheria from 48 per cent in 1903 to less than 10 per cent in 1905 In another not a patient has died from this disease and no one need diedOn the other hand the neglect of a tore throat may lena to the most terrible consequences For many years I1 have told students at the med heal school that they are not fit to practice medicine until they know how to use the antitoxincs and that persons calling themselves doctors who withhold anti toxines are unworthy of the public confidence especially in view of the fact that this efficient antidote to tho diphtheria poison may be had for the asking ittt ut iliub nf- 3Jurnute wrtx iRigllt By J G PHELPS STOKES IA b- OIattended disturbances emphatically Income taxes of the kind commonly proposed ore in my opinion wrong in theory Taxes should not be levied upon wealth created by its possessor but only upon wealth created by sdelcfy and monopolized b y lesser groups and individuals There should and nte1 he no taxation imposed upon so vately owned wealth as im individual has personally produced or lJrel1 resents an individuals proportionate compensation for proper sere icemen dered Hut taxes should be levied increasingly upon such private income as represent the toll abstracted front soSiety by those wfid have monopole ized values which society has created Jaws upon unearned income should bo so great as to prevent reliance by individuals upon society tOII support Society may rightly demand from the individual whatever values society has contributed to his possessions if so trench bo needed or society may permit values which it has given to a natural or other resources to be enjoyed privately by individuals in return for a rental that may bo called a tax but society cannot properly take from any man wealth that is inI any proper sense a product of his own toil unless possibly in the extreme event that circumstances require fluch configcajion to protect sojiefy from arcrentqr harm f 1 rwF r I How Wild Animals Are Trained A circus In the daytime Can you Imagine the scone boys and girls It Is In winter quarters now of course so the scene by day Is quite different from what youjulght picture it to bo In the summertime when tho familiar tents are the habitation of animals performers and all All Is dark and gloomy In the empty auditorium Tho rows tad rows tbd rows of seats are all covered over to protect them from dust It is hard to bflllove that after nightfall this place will bo filled with men women nod children and all sorts of noise and fitnmaUIug Rut thero Is Almost always this con trast between fun and the absence of fun The contrast nukes the latter ap pear gloom Look at a comedian when his face is at root and tt will look piteously molaaehdlyby con trust to tho expression you have been used to seeing there Meanwhile what are the animals doing AHd where are all the per formers and animal trainers Are they out having a good time some whereIndeed no They are working and working hard too in the workrooms I Animal Trainer at tralnln yards which are down the corridors a mUG wftjt 1 Hero are tho clowns Do Us have 10 work T They do Indeed Oaljr prie lice makes tho really good clowns keep on being good Tho tumblers tho acrobats the trick performer you will see them here there and overy htrrt hard at work with serious facet practicing stunts which they tossed and mastered years before perhaps nut makes no difference They must practice dally It they ate to tool iWo luely lure of themselves when the tine for tho public perfornaneb ar rifoB How long do you IIU tOM It took a firstclass Juggler for instance to master his trlok of toMing op bit lard balls and catching tfcwa OB the paint of his cue It took three and a half yoaifc of daily praotk So you can see that olroitt perform ers are very hardworking people Ufo is no fun fur them not If they fail to do their parts perfectly A BOY MUSICIAN NIneYearOld Connecticut Prodigy an Orchestra Leader Wo have hoard of Motnrts wonderful ability as a musician at the age of IS of Josef Hoffman entrancing audl ences at 13 and 14 IIUl1nf Kubellk do lag marvels when but a boy Now we have little nineyearold Michael DI 01 Vito Uading Hiv OrchutraI VII n of Waterbury Conn who sue casRfully leads and manages on or chestra that plays the most severely classical mulls Michael began to study music at the age of four Ills father before him was a musician At seven and eight the boy could play well on thn violin tho mandolin and the rIano Early he began to show ability In directing other musicians often showing marked talent In the varM crJUclilns live fOlk of his el f When circuses first began to eo around the country giving performances they sometimes found that the audience became BO noisy and Inat tentive that oven tho most difficult and wonderful of tricks tailed to Im press them in the least now could the audience be kept under control and Its Interest kept up from beginning to ollllY Ahl thought one manager music will help us out So he tried tho experiment of hiring a lively band and having It play loud and merrily when nothing was do ing and stop short the moment somo performance was begun Thl brought tho audlcuco up sharp and fixed their whole And undivided attention on the performers Ho that explains the Invariable pros ence of bands In circuses Uy far tho most Interesting men In a circus are the animaltrainers says the los Angeles Times Pint of all they must have certain qualities per suatlvencss gentleness and yet pleat of firmness and great kindliness These qualities make the people pot tossing them most Interesting ospe clalfy when you behold tho wonderful results achieved through them in the The Work pad that training of borsos olojibnnts and other animate You would be surprised It you Gould tea haw qulofel them animals forget their stouts boW patiently tho train CM have to go over their work again Perhaps you liars noticed that ot limos trained animals quite refute to perform properly whoa they aro cot on the atage Stubbornness and ehnngoablonoM of mind are things the trainers always have to reckon with In their charges And on the whole It is simply wonderful how great their control Ii over then The busy artists tightrope walk em tricksters trainers and all prac tice busily until about four oclock da days when they do not give matinee performances then they stop for a lit tie rest and cupper for tho evening performance will began early and last tale and they will need all their strength for It Do you boys and girls think you would like so very much to bo In a clrcui after all T der Young Ui Vito It now an orchestra director having nn orchestra or his own Ho has given concerts In New Haven Bridgeport and other Now England cities lie has something of the mannerisms of Creatore sometimes Jumping from hIs platform anal runnliiR among tho musicians en couraging threatening and begging Ill gestures are often such as result from groat excitement Ho ECCIHS to forgot everything but tho beauty ot the music Ilia favorite he says Is Verdi Haas Saro conductor of tho Connecticut State Sangcrbund says of young Ui Vllo To say that he Is a genius hardly expresses It lie is the Incarnation ot musical oritlnilnam and temperament To my surprise when I wont first to witness his work I fourid that ho con dueled with great technique and tee- Ing with all the skill of a seasoned loader 1 expect that the world will hear a great deal of him and his work notIof the music and not of himself or the praise that Is showered upon him Smart Boys Mr Samson lllggs Is a schoolmaster whoso precept and practice of the blessings of punctuality arc at a rule faultless Should a lad bo five minutes lato In tho morning ho Is kept In ten minutes after school If ten minutes a penance of 20 minutes is im posed and so on nut oven Homer W8JIwas tbo usual smart boy who was not slow to remind him of his offence nor It quote from some of his own lectures on the subject Yes boys snld Samson when he had listened to tho smart boy Nich olson Is right and as I punish you it Is only fair aunt you should punish mo So you ahall all stay and keep me In for an hour after school thia afternoon YS BECAME A TOTAL ABSTAINER 2i How It was That Edward Bok Took His Stand Against DrTnl- tlMwanl f 10 IJok editor of the Ladles Homo Journal took a oharacterlilla O any of arguing himself into total ab tlnoncc Ho says As I looked around and came to know more ot people and things I found the always unanswerable argil 10 mont In favor of a young mans ab Jitlncmco that Is that tho most tuo essful men in America today are duos who never lift a wineglass to their Ilpe Ilocomlng interested In this tin tact I had the curiosity to Inquire per t tonally Into Iti I found that ot 28 of the leading business men In the semi try whoso names I selected tit inn tom 22 never touched a drop of wine 1 t made up my mind that there wiw W wine reason for thli It liquor broagbt info pleasures why did these row 31t lain front It If as some toy It Is a stimulant to the duty man du 4 not those men directing the taifott i buslnoM Interests In this country re tort to It And when I taw tha these were men whoso opinions In pMt business matters worn nrcoptcd byrtho leading concerns of the vrorM I 01 concluded that their judgment IN tbs use of liquor would eatltfy me It their judgment In business fatten z1 sonld command tho respect 11l Uep k ton of tho Ivadera of trade on both sides of the see tholr decision H to the IMO of liquor was not apt to be wrongea A CHRISTIAN CANTEEN Offkerc and Soldiers In Philippines tOrganize Model Club tipt The oflle n Lied soldiers at PortlUcKJnloy In tho Phlliuptno Istettdt have built a oaBtetw Qt then dtriilnR from which tho deft Isrubarred This camp eoutalns 500Esol theta anti UM tort it 11111 mJd t of ae IJ OQCI rosftrvMlm which Is wtof Uu garden 1118 U ot the Island The cotjJ tt of Uite noire itton ton ba been put In eke biurtr tt the msg fleaa ChtteUan nmoeU ties and SJOte will bv spent upon uroom aid ground Ramos for UNo awn and the balk will bo pwvWed ind the whole Mlerprtce onlort lato active eomptttitlofi with tbo drlrtkiftr resorts of laUa for the imtromagti of 1 the mm Tile KXHHII Ata brJimmUy lighted every night and bo vfslWri i engage iu bawling or are tlnl rtalsd sr- tU lecturers or as eli ns As annoy 11 40 men may be found sumo Ofttillita eitjoytnt u amaemonta pto skied for Uwtn Maui of too teeSb Inca aro MMlMlrcry rHglons Wt- most of tWet at twular tboidi thoroughly clean and hlpiuL Mesh of the unlisted m Mi are paying nuni bcrs of the association and tM west is consider one ot the most m eIIooiIful undertaken to brook the tedium of I camp life without dltXpotlon t THE SINS OF THE FATHER t- Awful Ccnst uencet of Drink Visited a x Upon the Children tjhoary W Thttraioa cWst prohRtloa onToor of Chicago recently Mattel j In tbo study of the causes for the dependency of girl drunkooKO looms up OB foremost In the rootJrdJ Of the 869 In court for the first time because no one would care for them the drunkenness of fathers was given as tho cause of 68 cases Drunken ness of mother was given In 61 otto Via and drunkenness of both fathers and mothers In 70 eases Desertion by the father was the muse In 90 CalM nod desertion by mothers In only IS Be rKortlon of both parents was the cause I aot seven casesaLack of proper sire was rospan stile for tho plight of 3S7 of tho GIrl but In many of the miss drunkcn floss was back of the Inability Of the fiChildrenweeks to 17 years are included In this y clasa Liquor Men Organized Theta ore fire sroflt IIqu r organizea tIfOVAleague and usually supply men money 1 and literature In every local contest Jwhore theta Is n possibility of the 1 saloon belnfc defeated Ono orcanlza Uon the 1 rutootlvi Ilurcau socalled IB chiefly a distributing agency for saloon literature edited by Cyrus C jTurner with headquarters ID Now 1 York According to tho American j Drawers Journal during 19021905 this yet bureau sent out 1C different tracts aggregating more than 10000060Mpages Moat of this is mailed directly to voters whoso names and addresses q era furnished by friends of the trade s Saloons Dont Get It Now The North Carolina Daptlst saysnThem IB now on deposit In the of Fayottovltle 937000 nearly a all p lion dollars Five years ago thero as only 276000 There haa boon n gait 1bor nearly 400 per coat In five years This shows the prosperity side ot tint 4Jold town Say how about prohibition killing n town t Girth of W CT U The Womans Christian Trtnpfir ante Union gtarlotl In 1873 In 11 Ills bore OM whii bands of women ironed to the saloons and hellS raI tLtrd iiiul Vhe 3re1test miracle ofStiPatrickIts given up by ovory ono that Pat rick of the bells waa tho moat won ierful saint that over lived for work log miracles and tho ono I am going o Ml you about now was tho great tat miracle of thorn oil Lung ago and a very long tlmo ago entirely It was when Finn Mac rumbull and tho warriors of tho Flannn ruled from their kings dun at Almhuln over the pleasant province ot LeJnMer Thrco score captains moro wore of tho Flanna and five COTO ehamplona followed every cap tain when be went to tho ware And the like of thcso mon for heroes the World has never teen before or tlneo Seven feet tall was Mlnne tho smallest ot thorn all and tho handlo tf his 8p lar was just a young ash Ot the White Horse of Maglo tree Vy that you WAV know what the ethers were liKo Manya Oio flea Mug hAIl Inn made up about them by tho HBCIcnt bards of Ireland On a day at the cofirt of Toamhalr li h pruaeaoo of Uio four kInKs and b four quyua of Ireland Uia three casket of honor wore given without IfiMnilne to Oitin by Cormao the blKU king Tho first casket held tho Qvo silver JIHtfl of courtesy which meant klndnoM to the conquered tiwpiUjlty to the stranger charity for the poor and dlilrossed Kcntlearss to Id won and children and while horn age to womea Tho second conical con trired tho five branxo nuts of learn ng which lsnlfltHl Bklll In lighting weight In wroetllag swlftno In band g cautldn In chess playing and cwcot cunning lu the making of melodious songs And tho third cas ket held three goldnn apples which klgnlflod courage in danger faith In frioniJalilp and truth In speaking And no other man before or since over got Ihoio threo caskets at ono tlmo without leeeontug- So no wonder al all It was that Nlahm of the golden hair who was the daughter of tho king of tho Coun try of tike Young tell Into conceit with the greet fame cf Olson and Jour fcejott all the why to Ireland for lovo ct blm And no sooner did Olsln set ryes on Nlahm of the golden hair than tin loved her with every vein of his body and its what ho said to hot From this day out I will have neither ease ot mind nor peace of heart until your life Is the same as ray life and for mo theres no other woman In the world butyou 0 wom an of the deep uhlnlng eyes Por answer Nlahm bent down from tho white horse on which she rode and kissed him on the forehead and oa oho eyes and this Is what sho said There Is ninny a kings son who has paid court to mOo 0 Olson of tho omciy brows but Its to you I glvo my heart and to no other And Its to tWiO you back with mo to my father country I have come bringing tlio white borne ot magic for our Journfly And It you lovo mo as you i eayy yon will como up now and lIt t jbehlni roc here fio lio did that and tho great white homo turned his face to tho western 1 and tho people of tho Flannn naw- iiicin DO more And they wont their way togctlier on the whlto boric of fliaxlc over tho high tossing sea and trader the dArk running waVes and In Iho Country ot tho Young and wero given an hundred thousand welcomes in ihtpalaco of tho king Itself But ono day as Olsln and his YOUDI mep wpro coming home from hunt on the vide of the hill teforo them andont of the middle of tho cloud a eWcct sounding Imrp bcRSB playing andhp heart of Olsln stood still for- hoJ know It to be Suanach son of Sorishcnn who was In it playing and c the soon that Suanach pang was tho lament for the death of Oscar Alfil MpilgMway a sudden famish 4 lng for a sight of tho wldo Sreea hills of Ireland and a hungry yearning tpr- a N sound of the long forgotten voices took the strength from Olslns limbs fthd tho enchantment fell Croat Ms 4 eyes Olson never looked back but w nt as swift as tho wind over tho hlRh tossing sea and under the dark run ring waves till ho came to his own fair countriof Ireland i Now It chanced at that hour that Call1brJlBJ iIIi J way to Alh Cllalh to preach tho new faith to the people After Olson told his wonderful story to tho clerics Pat rick took him by tho hand and led him the ways la Ath Cllatb where for three days Olson listened to Patrick of tho bells pi caching to tho princes and 10 tho people On tho fourth day of the preaching when Patrick was getting ready to baptize the pcoplo Its what ho snld to Olsln Como out now with the others son of Finn till I baptize you and save you from tho torments of hell for If you are not bnplltcd you can never enter boavon- Dut toll mo first 1atrlck of tho white book where are the Flanna my son Oscar of tho strokes Art Garrlada tho victorious Caollle son of Itonan and Finn my father are they In your heavpnt1 No answered Patrick their likes would not bo let Into beavon they died unbaptlzed They are prisoners In deep hull suffering tho torments of fire A spot ot red anger burned on either check of Olsln and its what ho answeredThen keep your heaven for your self 0 Patrick ot the crooked staff and for the llkm nt Lhaa W tlnglnc clerics as for myself I went nono of It I will go to thla hell you speak about lo be with Finn my father and my son Oscar rind the friends of my youth And Olson could not understand at all tho tears in Patricks eyes nor tho troublo In Ills voice as the saint an swered him Tho mercy of pod Is moro wonder fat than nil his works Olsln this night you will bo christened with Finn your father nnd with your loved comrades of tho Flanna your high loyalty to thorn has conquered heaven Como with mo now to tho ford At that ho led the old pagans falter Ing steps Into tho shallow stream and baptized lain there When that was done ho bade Olson return to the wa turs edge and wait for him there But Patrick remained In the water praying Three times he raised his arms toward leaven then bowed his head again and waited When ho did that a henry luminous mist settled on either bank of the stream Presently the figure of n Klanl warrior with shield and sword and pears of ancient make stood at ale river edge outlined against the mist And Patrick know by the kings crown that was upon the warriors forehead that It was no other than tho groat Finn son of Cum hull himself that was In IL And the warrior camo Into the stream and bent his knee be fore Patrick and Patrick baptized him there Then followed Oscar o tho strokes and CalrrloU of the white skin nnd nolan the liberal and Conan of tho sharp tongue nnd Caolltc of the flaming haIr and his seven sons And as each passed he bent his knee In the flood and Patrick sprinkled the water on his forehead and spoke tho words that changed him Into a child of Ood Whnn the last figure melted away Into lie haze Patrick know that hU task was ended nut as he turned to regain tho bank a resplendent fig ere stepped forth to meet him Of the men Patrick had ever seen in 1010 world this ono was tho stateliest Patrick Baptized Him There and coniellciit Its more than sevea feet tall bo was and the hair of his proud head fell like burnished gold to his shoulders Upon his brow was a golden flllct and a collar of red gold encircled his neck Patrick knew well thaUL was Olsln and no other that stood before him As the saint gazed the apparition raised Its right hand high above Its head with the open palm toward Patrick And its how It stood there mailing a little minute and then disappeared through tho cloud Uie way the others had none As It did that the mists lifted and Patrick went out to where the figure of the oH man was lying and Its how- lie lay wllh his 1lps to the ground aid he cold anti lead Xow that was the greatest miracle FlanjnaUtr1 i Q THE RULES WERE ALL SUSPENDED 80 THE LEGISLATURE COULD AP PROPRIATE FUNDS To Run To Earth Bold Abductors cf a- BoyDr Marvin Willing To Give Almost Any Amount Dover Del March 8 Appalled by the fact that a threeyearold boy has been kidnaped from his homo within eight miles of where they are In sea sion and with knowledge that a person convicted of abduction In this etato can bo sentenced to death tho members of the Dolaware legislature suspended their rules and appropriated 2000 for tho linmedlato use of tho governor In running down the perpe tfntors of tho crime Dr Horace N Marvin lather of the boy said I would glvo 10000 this minute for my buy or 20000 to any delec the who will return the llltto one to toe Tho parent however modified this offer he declaring It would bo hotter for him to watt until tho efforts ot tho authorities should bo learned Tho family came hero a tow weeks ago from Sioux City la Dr Marvin purchased n farm near this city last fall paying 7000 In cash for Itan almost unprecedented proceeding and one which gave him tho reputation of possessing considerable wealth Before he took possession of tho farm Ills wife died Mm Horace U Swift the abducted boys grandmother tho day attar his disappearance told of a vision she had of a heavy sot evll looking man clad In fishermans garb carrying the boy off Tho vision Is scoffed at by Dr Marvin who says that his mother Inlaw has not at all times nlnce hU wifes death been rational On Monday night following tha childs disappearance Mrs Swift says the saw In her sleep tho little boy playing beside the haystack near till barn where his cousin Rose Standish had left him While ho was romping there nlone a mnn thickset and roughly dressed with an oflskln lint hurried from the barn and grabbed up the child and ran with him through tho marsh grass In tho direction of the baySo vivid was this dream that the grandmother Is curtain that tho boy Is on a fishing boat and urges the eearchors to pursue their quest In that directionA has been abroad that MnC Swift Is n spiritualistic medium and frequently goes Into trances In which she hu prophetic visions Dr ManIn denied this- I attach no Importance whatever to Mrs Swifts dream said the phy elclan ARCHIE ROOSEVELT I Presidents Third Son Had a Turn For the WorseCondition SerIous Washington March SAtoblo noosovelt tho presidents third son who has been suffering with diphthe ria since last Friday bad a turn for tho worse and though ho has rallied somewhat his condition Is serious Dr Alexander hambor of Now York In response to a telegram from President noosovelt arrived in Washington and has taken charge of tho ease Drs lllxey Kennedy and IJralsled wore holding a consultation when Dr Lam bert arrived at tho whlto house Just previous to his coming further anti toxin was Injected Into tho patient FROZEN IN THEIR HOME Husband Found His Wife and Four Children When He Returned Chlppewa Falls WIs March 8Ae cording to a letter received lore from Ole Ovcrhy a former resident of this county his wife and four children were frozen to death at their home In Word county N D during tho recent cold spell Qvotby writes that ho bad been away from homo for several weeks and that upon his return he jfcrnil his entire fatally dead Their homo was IS miles from tho nearest neighbor The family ran out ot fuel and tho woman had burned all of tho furniture and else avail able before finally su cumblngIThought Rifle Beaumont Tex March Saylns I in a Joking nijiaer Ill throw this cup at you no Ill shoot you Mrs Gun Gcllek raised a rifle and pulled the trigger of tho supposed empty weapon und tho leveled gun discharged Its contents Ifllo the neck and head or her Inol1IlctlI Roanoke Vn Mnrch 8Four Greeks employed on Tidewater rail road consiructlon work were struck I by a Norfolk Western freight train near Itoinokc and killed Tim pea stepped trim one track to another in front ot m oncoming train Practically Unanimous Springfield 111 March SThe two cent maximum tare bill passed the bouse by practically a unanimous vote Paid 3314 Fine Utica N Y March SThe Dela want Hudson Railroad Co sent a check for 3 314 to tho United Stato district court in this elton payment for penalties imposed for violation ct the federal law that required tho use of air brakes on freight trains Up Go Coal Rates Chicago March SThe coal carry jog roads of Illinois have cVIdnd to fftcrease the rates 10 cents a ton on all coal mined In this state fad in Indiana and brought to Clilcav foi niJumvUon POWERFUL POISON CAUSES DEATH OF MANAGER Ot TIMKEN AXLE COMPANY ENOUGH IN STOMACH TO KILL SIX Mr Preston Was Said to Be Sole Hell to a Fortune of 3000000 In New Orleans Raw York March 0 An autcps held by Coroners Physician Olfanlon disclosed It was subsequently stated tbat Lconldns Preston a millionaire who died suddenly at Uio Hotel Cnm licrland hud enough poison In his stomach to kill six men Coroner Ilurburger Immediately re fJrled the ease to the police and dos tectlvcs wore set to work upon sov cral mysterious clrciitnftancca con nected with tho case Mr Preston was New York manager fqr tho Tlrakln Itallroad Ucarlns Axle Co anl had au qdlcu In Wost Forty olxth street Mr Preston died whllo telephoning to some business nqiialntniicca It appears that when Mr Preston died William U Tlmkcn tho head of the concern of which Preston was New York manager Leonard Gray and Ed ward It Hewitt were lit the hotel of flee Thoy lied soft tip word that they wished to sco him Preston answered In person over Ute telephone tolling thorn to come right up When two minutes later they reached his suite Picston was dead rMr Preston CAme to Now York from Dallas Tex come years ago Ho was said to bo the sale heir to ftjfortuno of J3000000 In Now Orleans and to havo umusaod another fortune OtJOOOOOO In business voar old tall muscular aid very strong Mr Pre tm3 frlondn have assured trio coroner that Ills bimlnoea affairs tIrf In good shape and no poqulhla motive for suicide othor than possibly tomitomry Insanity brought on by lit rjtasJ n Cook one ot Prestons In trnato frlonds received a telegram f m Mr Proeton brother In Dallas asking that tho body bo sent there for bfirlal Mr and Mrs Preston took quarters at the CumbnrUnd lost September T icy had no children but had adopted a llUla boy thoqlmbrlanddied In terrible convulsions When I reached the room flail the doctor Mr Preston was lying across the bod fully dressed as though he had thrown himself there The convulsions gave mo the Idea that lie had suff rod a cerebral hemorrhage Itwas too late for mo to do anything Ills wife was hysterlcaWor a time When site was able to speak abe said that the roily medicine ho had taken was a cough mixture BLOOD PRINTS OF FINGER Give the PoliceOne of Two Clews To Myterlous Murder SL Louis Mo March 9FuUy an Interesting as Mark Twains story ot Puddin Head Wilson with his thumb print tragedy Is the murder lit the authors native state of Mrs Kato Qucrnholm owner of many diamonds wife of a downtown hardware merchant who was murdered by kicks stamps and blows and whoso body was mutilated In daylight after the elAyer had locked every window and door of her home 3720 Vest avenue Hut ho left two claws behind al though all others wero washed away ono a mark ot his clutch on her breast the other finger prints In blond on a piece of her clothing ncnr by Edwin Berkmann aged 29 alias Meyer alias McGuire has been charged with tho murder of Mrs Quornhclm hla aunt by marriage The description ot Bcrgmanrt given the police it is alleged tallied with that of the man who disposed of tho stolen goods Shooting bane By One Man Huleton Pa March 0 Addlson B Somalia aged 55 years employed by n local merchant was shoron a lonely tOad hero and died several hours later la an anteiuortcm statement ho says tho shooting was done by ono of the nn n ufttT ho had refused Io obey their rhrnmanda to halt They tied when to fell ThirtyFive Killed by Explosion El Paso Tex March 0 Adlvcea received from Chihuahua state that thirtyfive poruons men women and chlldrcn wero killed at San Andous by tbo ipcploslon of a largo quantity of dynamite San Amlocs Is 20 leagues from Chihuahua The explosion was accidental Honduras Victories Puerto Cortez Honduras Match 9 Advices retolvcd confirm tho reports that President Bonllla ot Honduras defeated the Nlcarajjuans at Namasl quo and again March 7 at Yusgure Six Men Durled Alive Charhatte N C March 9By the caving In of a sower ditch nt Slates vllleX C six colored men wore btuJwl alive under tons of dirt Tha mcua party found the six standing bolt upright when tho earth was re moved but life was extinct- Electricians Strike ParU March9A sudden virtually innanlmous anti unexpected strike on the part of practically the elec trlclans of IOrls resulted In the almost complete pari yzatlon of the business of ltd tlty by the time nlsjit had falleu j 1853 Berea College Qti FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of fctt Over SO Instructors I07 students from 27 states Largest ettege library In Kentucky Kt SALOONS r A special teacher for each grade and for each Mtia subject kmany classes that each student can be placed with other like fakaMV where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter turwlibrarytnetic and the common branchestauiht in the war Drawim Singing Bible 18 Farm sad Household llanafe meat etc Free text books tfnAionsManageaeseLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE t years for thou who bout largely finished common branches The most practical and interest tag studies to fit a young person for as honorable sad useful life Choice of Studies is offered ia this course so that a youl man may secure a diploma U Agriculture sad a young lady SB Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL t years to fit for business Eves tpart of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Ssoatf extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and fear year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific aid Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus aad ell modem met ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses It for tfee profession of teaching First year parallel ta 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate FoUwlaCYfAlI winter aid spring terms give the information culture and training necessary foe a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Orgaa Voice Culture Piaao Theory Band may be taken u aa extra la connection with MJ source Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the moaey received from students is paid out for their benefit dtke School expends on an average upon tach student about fifty dollars a you more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts tal Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea iu4r tha It may train young men and women for lives of ucfuIBesatOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding end shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that ell will have a chance to earn its much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing vary with different people Berea fTOfillaic1etlliBg Our climate is the bet but as students must of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary The Cooperatlve tore furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas aid other accessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine in which students live ow enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights aniIwahi g of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 185 a week io the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cants in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar DtposU us guarantee for return of room key library books etc This U pate but once sad U returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fit to nelpon expenses for care of IchooIbuildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fet for most students 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate coursea Payment must be Sa advance iacidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Tern 12 worksFirst day 1700 besides 1 de posit j 28th day 600 66ta day 600 total 89 If paid all la advance 28 For Spriaj Term 10 weakFirst day 1440 28th day 540 j v bath day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 3200 The two terms together paid for ia advance at a reduction ef j J80 making only 4900 Loager Winter Tea 1811eekajFirst dar2060LlSth day 5000 56th day 600 i 84th day 640 il to advance 3700- Refudiig Students excused to leave before end of teM recelobaek all they have advanced on board and room except that no allowance is made for Any fraction of a week nda of fifty cents is r charged for leaving the anQ11ftcentl for leaving a tool- la term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays ta Stay When you have made your journey end are well j started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice ritWWILL C BEREA KENTUCKY 1 j i chat Premium KnifeY I y takes the the men and whosco it The mountainAl ccolwife I worth more to the inouutaiu people tLaii auy other dollar paper l 1 in the world I The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar r J i P i J That brings in subscriptions tilt the UlIlcSce full premium list otf paKli t V is I I ITfE SOHOOL I Problems of the District School Hjr Pent Dlnmnnre Put IPrlcticil Direction Before School OpensAs soon ns tho contract is signed your work should begin If the tho opening of school is n month or two off so much j tho bettor It will give the trustees timq to carry out any suggestions you may make in regard to repairs etc Make tho acquaintance of tho people in tho district creating as favor nblo an impression as possible Bo enthusiastic about tho approaching tore and hopeful that all of school age will attend Then visit tho school house and make a thoro inspection Make two lists one of things tho trustees should dotho other of things to bo dono by yourself and the pupils Tho building needs a now roof there aro no desks no no blackboard no window curtains tho walls need painting These should bo at tended to by tho district and you hand the list neatly written to tho trustee in charge Perhaps ho will object to taxing tho district but if you have made him your friend ho will want to oblige you Point out to him tho necessity of a comfortable room It is to bo tho homo of the children for the next six mouths There is where they will spend most of their wak ing hours five days in tho week It is his sworn duty to son that a com fortablo houso is provided It is necessary not only for comfort but for health It will not do to have tho children exposed to a leaky roof to draughty walls and broken windows It is economy to use paint on out sido alls Desks are a necessity for study Window curtains savo tho oyes When you have carried your point withtho director help him to make it plain to others Win tho people by your earnestness and they wilt bo ready to respond to your appeal Do not scold nor ridicule nor threaten but simply say we are going to have one of tho best schools in the county and you want everything as nearly right as possible to begin with This point curried you next consult your list of things to bo dono by yourself and the pupils You would bettor begin with the playground That will most easily enlist their attention Make a frolio of it and invite all tho children largo enough to assist Clear off all the rubbish remove obstructions repair the fence if there is one clean out the well or spring and make everything shipshape When lunch time comes provide n nice placo BO that all can oat in a group Direct the conversation into some thing pleasant and profitable After nil havo eaten read or tell a story sing a song play some pleasant gamo and then go on with tho work This should be done only a few days before school opens The girls can do their part by washing the windows cleaning tho wall andscrubbing tho floor A boy should black the stove When all is clean some touches of adornment may bo added Sprigs of spruce pine cedar holly hung in festoons over tho blackboard and about the walls havo a pleasing effect The advantages of some such plan as this are many It advertises tho opening of school it enlists the interests of both parents and pupils it affords an opportunity of acquaintance between teacher and people it gives the children a proprietary interest in the school houso and grounds und last but by no moans the least it gives tho teacher an opportunity to otudy his pupils and arrange n program for the first day of school which should be a red letter day The First DayArrango your program ten days ahead if possible Find out who tho speakers of tho district are and get their consent to take tho subjects you assign them There are usually a few people who can address an audience creditably an ox teacher a justice of tho peace u physician and perhaps a minister Three or four will be sufficient The I children should have first place The program may run something like this FIRST DAT or SCHOOL 000 oclockRinging of tho tell f Song by the school America Bible reading by the teacher PrayerI tho rollIJ Remarks by teacher Declamation by pupil Essay Geography by pupil Declamation by pupil Essay my First Day at school by pupil Reciting memory gems mother Goose rhymes etc by school Song by school Address The District school by Justice of the Peace Address Value of Steady Attendance by exteacher Address Some rules of Health by Physician Closing remarks by teacher Song by school DismissalDo to carry out some such program as this If it is carefully arranged beforehand it is certain to bo a success The patrons must be seen in good time and asked to make a tonminute speech on tho subject you havo selected If one demurs givo a littlo tactful encouragement If ho- I asks What shall hay you may briefly outline his address for him Be 1sureto call on every one who is to take partmoro than once if possible and I Boo that each one is really in earnest The children should moet two or threo times for instruction andrehear sal so that no failure is likely to occur on their part The schoolroom should be just as neat and pretty as it can be made Provisions must have been made for the seating of the visitors and they must be cordially wel comed Every parent in the district should be invited and an opportunity given for voluntary remarks The most important part of the wholo is the address of the teacher lie should indorse what has been said about regularity of attendance promptness obedience etc Speak of the value of a day in school the disadvantages of a day lost and the difference an education makes in ear ning power in after years Much is gained by such a plan as this A good impression is I made upon the pupils and the parents have committed themselves to the essential things The first half day has been well spent It remains to ba said that in calling the roll you should have tho name of every pupil in the district If any are not present inquire about JJthemand express the hope that they may enter at once Ned Week Oilier lint nAY Uutlr will be liven ITHE FARM I Whatthe Wise Farmers are Thinking and Doing Ujr J II Cuiniiilni While it rains and snows our farmers are conversing with each other and cropNow wo will want on the table next winter and then try to raise plenty for homo use Tho farmer y that has to buy bread meat and vegetables is climbing up hill slowly ml t 1 li 1 f i i provLj plenty of solid feed through March and April and your pocket book will bo heaping full at selling time Dont forget to feed the old hens some too and they will pay your grocery bill as well as a good percent on your shoos and clothing When you clean out your barn haul your manure to tho field at once it saves time and gets all the strength on your land Bo careful to wrap your hams in paper and sack them up before the fly doe l positS Its eggs 1U them A good way to preservomiddJing moat is to put it 4down in fresh salt or ashes though the ashes give tho cook a little extra workHow many farmers let the rabbits destroy their young apple trees Lots save the birds Somo day when its not raining would be a good time to trim the fruit trees and grape vines we will have to plow as J soon as tho ground gets dry enough I Tablet on Fielding House Henry Fielding has recently had a j housesI Y ti Ja Bath England t Lr j =4 1 Early Christian Churches It is said that a Christian church existed at Olastonbury as early as A U 800 St Martins Canterbury yra1 A P 697 t 1about trr 000000000 Jo00-o i Eighth Kentucky a fHistory i m o Thrilling Story of the lartthisGal O lautlleglintint took In the Civil Wnr C 0000000000000CllAPTER Tho following Incident was related- to the author by a friend In Clcirh county while on furlough Young Mrs C whose love for the confeder acy was something like devotion gon to seed agulnst the wish ami advice ot her loyal husband one hot day i July 1862 continued thn preparation of her flaky plus and cplcy pikes with which sho declared her Intention t treat Morgans soldiers That sultry afternoon Mrs 0 mounted her tine saddle horse a gift from her Lather on her wedding day a few months bo fore Tho cumbersome basket prevented hen from using her parasol as she rode under the burning sun over three miles at tile rough country road contcanilaiUng Ute pleasure she would enjoy in trusting and cheering the routhern braves With these hap py thoughts Maggie nctired the long linelike cloud ot white limestone dust that rose and hung over tho hot stone pike on which were passing a part of Morgans dirty tired and hungry troopers who cheered the heroic lIt- tle woman as she alternatively waved her handkerchief cheered for Jeff Davis end landed out tho contents other basket to the ravenous chivalry When tho basket was empty Mrs C silll sat on her horse by the roadside to chwr and give encouragement to the straggling rear Many of tho lat ter were on toot having loot their horses In recent skirmish on tit south elde ot the Kentucky lllver Once longhaired tall Johnnie rebel stepped up 10 Maggies side She began to lament that ins rakes were nil gone lie Interrupted her Baying Never mind my little queen Im not much ahungry but Im dd tlrod and I aunt this here boss Mrs C replied 0 slrll but Im your friend I am for southern rights Wall now beauty if yor etch a bully friend to the south oa yer lots on to be ycrl hav no bjectlons ter my havln a good less to ride and tight Yankees on Mnggle1CDloDIlratcd saying she could never let Only go to war Tho parley ended by the long1nDOil rebel reaching up and clasping the small xalst with his largo hands lifting tho little Indignant screaming woman to the ground Depositing her saddle by her the rebel mounted and with mock courtesy bowed saying M1ss this ere present does credit to yet principles and this ere hoes shall put In his beet licks fur our muse and galloped away LAta that afternoon a very tired and mad little woman with face unburned her best dress and tine lItera badly soiled arrived home where her anxious loving husband stood awaiting her return With fresh tears she sobbed out 0 John I want you to get a horse and follow that rotten bier lag gang ot men and take Coaly away from them John replied to his wife Now MaggIe yo have had your little ro ance and I hope you are BaUsflrd1 with the loss ot ono 300 horse I am not fool enough to put myself to the trouble to follow your friends to glvo them another good horse and prob ably got a cursing for my pay No lear one horse and ono little lesson learned will do for this time Mr C said after that day Maggie could not be persuaded to sing In Dlxios Land Ill Take My Stand but that she came over and took her land with him for the Union and we have no doubt smilingly approved his voting for Garfield In 1880 The furloughed officers and our three faithful servants met tho SOU It the United States hotel liv Louis yule and reported nt Park Barracks tho 1st day of May In a few days nil tho men reported except a few who were sick Private Ingrtum Company C ono of the nan vetentns left here and died On tho Cth about nil our men having reported wo put oa our wur harness and boarded tho oven ing train and arrived at NashvllU early the 7th where we mot Lieuten ant C Perk and twenty ot the Eighth rebeleprisoners Wo left Nashville at noon twonhours Our buys called out our hotel keeper llulley ullaa rigtracks heowas given three cheers We uwoke early thei Sib at Stevenson Ala und all took breakfast at the now sold tora home From there to the city of Chattanooga we had u hot and uu plodsunt rldu In 1110 sun on top ot the blistering julnted box cars Ou entering our old 0011141 wo were balled with hearty cheering The familiar valley and surrounding mounuilus were now clothed In beautiful green decked with a profusion ot flowers Our encampment also wore a neat und comfortAble appearance and we wet not at all displeased to learn that our little lutfeillon would nut move on to the front where General Sherman had just caaunenced his long and bloody summer campaign but would reuuln WI a put of the garris on guards not that any ot tho Eighth desired to shirk the sterner duUee nnd bravo new dangers but knowing this duty had to be performed were quUo willing to reuuln and endure the mot otony ot settled soldiering for a while at least tbo our vurtoua duties were almost as conasant We could nave our neat quarters to return to where wo could enjoy refreshing sleep making a much better substitute fur home than our brave coinrudes could possibly have at the front Ooiwrul Stcadman eatd he had nude n pcUl request ot G nrul Thrtima that he be permitted to retain the Eighth here TO BE COXTINCID OHIO EWS- IIAmoTON St Mar 9The wtUther during the week in Hamilton has been very re markable We have had two snows which melted In lees time than they alma and only one cloudy dayMr Farmer who moved hero from Jackson county Ky has lost two child ren within one weeks time Ira Walter Mulllns aged 19 who died at Mercy HoepluU this week was takrn o Dereo ICy wheco she acme from for burial Meredith Qtbbird has been suffering than a cold this week but Is same orMr George Roberts who has been on the sick list Is able to be about his life Insurance bust ness ngalm Mr A J Gabbard who has been working In Hamilton during the past year loft Wednesday night for TruvelcrB Brat Owsl y county Ky to spend two weeks with rela tives and old frlendsIn a mad desire for speed and greed for record time there has not boon much respect or consideration for human life In Cincinnati as shown during January and February Ilillroulf killed 10 street cars 12 elevators 3 and C met death under wagon wheelsburl- ag a rodent conference of the County CommlBfdonorfl township trustee and road supervisors it was found that tho new road lawn of Ohio require nil men between the ages of 21 and 65 In Hamilton Mlddletown and other clt lee of Dutler county to work two days of each year on the streets of the city The enforcement of this provision is left to tho Board of Public Service as the custodian of tho citys streets I I I I II III I AM THE MAN WHO SELLS THE LAND REAL ESTATEIS STILL ON THE MOVE I have somo most beautiful lots for salo just now I can sell you a lot with a guarantee of a brick or concrete sidewalk in front of your lot without any extra expense to you My lots in the West Addition aro going pretty fast Ten of them havo already boon sold Come early to avoid tho rush I have a house and lot hi the west end of Chestnut street which I will sell for UIJO half down and balance in 12 months also the Rev Shouse property on Jackson street for sale or rent Sevoral farms near Berea for sale at once as I have a iFERTILIZERhow many more carloads My Select Carload of Buggies will bo shipped about tho 15th Hold yourself ready and dont buy nay till you see my display Top buggies will run in prices from 1500 to 12500 steel and rubber tire Runabouts and cutunders steel and rubber tiros will range in price from 4000 to 8500 Hammer Paint hi the paint you want to paint your houso with General Merchandise Hardware Implements Saw Mills Grist Mills Threshing Machines etc J R BICKNELL CHESTNUT STREET BEREA KENTUCKY n THE LOWEST RATES Offered For Greater Loulsvlllo Exposition Period im BIG SHOW WILL OPEN MARCH ISI Creatorea Band With Low Rates and National League Baseball Teams Will Make Louisville Kentuckys Mecca For Two Weeks Beginning March 18 and Ending March 30 Many persons nro now counting tho days which must clapso before tho opening of tho Greater Loulsvlllo im position March 19 The mnnufactur on and other business men of Louts vlllo imvo been steadily engaged on tho big enterprise elnco November II last and they now leo tho fruition of their hopes In tho exhibits which are being dally Installed IB tho big Exp eltlon Building Tho work of construction which on paper made a most excellent Imprea lion Is In its Haul completion It In said far more beautiful than anything tho designers had expected Tho construction of the exhibit booths cost the GIUSEPPE CREATORS Tho Greatest Living Bandmaster Exposition Company a great sum of money but tho result is sold to more than justify tho expenditure Tho rate to Loultrlllo which go Into effect on Monday March 18 on- aU railroads will be ono faro tor the round trip With Monday March 18 aa tho first selling date the rates ob tats on Thursday 21 Saturday 23 Monday S3 Thursday 28 and Satur day 80 all good returning April 1 These rates havo not boon beaten by any rote ever announced for any ex position in tho history of tho country and it it said that tho Interest offered ARMORY Building Recently Broete by the Greater Loolsvlllo Exposition Justifies tho rato to tho last degree Not alono do the railroads offer those excellent Inducements but ell steamboat lines making Loulsvlllo havo offered similar The Loulivlllo St Evansville Packet Com and tho Loo Line offer a rato of ono and onethird tare for do round trip Including meals and bertn while the LoulRvllle Cincinnati Packet Company offer ono taro for the round trip exclusive of meals and berth Thus all Kentuoklaas may travel cheaply and ftmfortably to Louisville during the exposition period with luf flcleat stopover privilege to allow thorn to enjoy exposition to every detail and transact such business M they may have in motrop oils before expiration of their tickets Such seal la being shown by tho ex hibitor la tho matter of getting Installed before the evening of March 10 that tho Board of Directors ot the Greater Louisville Exposition have an nounced they aro now in position to accurately gaugo tho appearance ot the great hall when President Hooso volt touchoa tho button and tho wheels of the exposition aro finally In motion Decorated with rainbow tints natural and artificial foliage and flowers the exposition hall ti In truth a dream of beauty Even teeming with busy activities and resounding with tho blows ot many hammers and tho grating of saws oa It la at present it la said by all who know tho axe position far surpasses any efforts made by Louisville to tako her Important place among the great cities of the nation Kentucky and all Kenucklans may yell be proud of Louisville for she Tine under the stress of many difficul ties made an exposition which will astonish all visitors when they enter its doors Visitors to tho exposition will bo greeted by strains of sweetest music produced by tho famous band of tho great Creatoro who will give two per formances dally throughout the fort night of tho exposition March 18 to 30 This same Crcatoro Is a man of tremendous personality rich in every thing which goes to make up a really great musician A Neapolitan by birth but an American by naturalisa tion ho has played before tho orowned heads of Europo aa well as before thoso uncrowned klnga tho musical entice of tho Now York press No whoro has ho failed to receive the highest praise and ho has repeatedly declared that tho musical taste of tho pcoplo of Kentucky IB as an average tho most accurate In recognising truo musical worth that ho has ever seen beenIrest of tho United States la attested by tho following paragraph from the London Dally Tribune Tho band certainly deeervca tho hlfh praise It baa received la America The musical qualities of tho tone and style are great and although Blcnor Creatoro walks about tho platform and conducts by means of gestures which might bo called sensational there is no trickery about hU interpretation of tho music The Instrument have clear rather shrill tone which the Italians prefer Tho cornet tho prin cipal clarinet tho trombone tot In stance are aU remarkable as virtuosi Tho ensemble Ifl as tine as posotblo and tho clean phrasing especially in forte passages tots beyond anything we have heard from other bands From overt point of view this le a finer band than that of Bonn and there IB much In Ita work which should attract musicians u well as uncriticalWhen considered that the work of this great music master nay bo observed without extra charge and the admission price is only twentyfive cents the fact will be readly recog nixed that LoulsvIUo Is putting forth every effort possible to give immense value for the money which will bo re calved at tho exposition gate For thoso who prefer muala and laughter In the evening and outdoor entertainments during tho morning and afternoon there Is the excellent choice of visiting Loulsvlllo outdoor attractions ta the morning and seeing her excellent baseball team In action In tho afternoon From March 25 to 29 Inclusive there will bo moa of baseball between Loulsvlllo team and some of the strongest tm la the National and America laajroc Low railroad nitre theater Louts Tlllo Exposition Creatore baseball what more could bo rwdrd to induce one to tAko a pkoaant little trip to the metropolis of the State there to receive welcome of her people under tho most craUfrJnr o ndltloaa THE FIRST REOIMENT el The Greater Louisville Bxpesttkm Which Was IAt a Cost of Mote Thin 1300000 Inducements pany the Kentucky that sot that previous that tho tho Tho business taco of Louisville stand with outstretched hand awaiting the visitor from Kentucky and tho visitor from elsewhere and the Exposition Building will bo tho meeting placo for many on old friend to most other old friends and for kindred spirits to come I together for the first time IB tact there to no limit to the joy and profit which will bo derived by a few days Visit to Lpulavlllo during the period of tho Greater Louisville Exposition March 18 to 50- IICLAMONETTE Short Notes Marking Progress and Interest of the Exposition Louisville It is laid 1s greatly tick led over tho showing made In the art exhibit of the Greater Louisville Ex position There are many artists ot merit In Loulsvlllo both amateur and professional yet both claaaea are more unI a persuasion It Is said that many of them are made willing to exhibit their works In the exposition Tbo Vetcr ana loom In tho Exposition Building Is on Ideal place tar an art exhibit Big Oluaeppo Croll tore has an nounced that In the making of his pro gramme for oho Qrcotej Louisville Exposition ho has arranged for more thoIhis great affection for Kentucky and Kcntucklans to warmly reciprocated Many oldest Inhabitants have recalled former expositions given ia Loulsvlllo and tho Greater Loulavlll Exposition does not suffer any by coat tarlaon with these i FEEDING SHEEP IN OPEN How Simple Cheap Shelter May Bo w Provided for Them Hhccp Are unllko any other live stock In that they do not require much protection tram cold There are a great raaay farmers who would like to take up the business of sheep Iced 1np but feel unablo to make the necessary expenditure to furnish them with barns or sheds In such cases where the sheep aro bought In tho late fall and fed during tho winter months an arrangement similar to the illustration will bo found vory sat UUctory remarks Farmers Ilovlow This trough can be made of any rough material at a moderate cot Posts should bo let firmly In the ground about six feet apart extending sorao ten feet above the surface It Is a almpl matter to put tho ratten on A Good Rack for Outside Feeding and nail a tow shingle lath across these tufflciont to bold a straw or fod dtr root Hacks aro built underneath as shown In the illustration and they no provided with troughs for feeding roots or screenings An arrangement of this tort can be put up In some place convenient to tho barn add there aro very tow days In the wInter when it will bo too stormy for the rheep to feed under It on ono side or the other These feeding sheds should not ho over six feet long as It would 1 o dlfflctilt to get thn hay In them but 4t this length It can easily be poked In from the ends with a long handled fork With racks of this sort sheer will pet along very well except In sec vero weather and will need no other protection except at such times ACON HOGS An Estimate of Cost of Production iy Prof George E Day A very Important problem which r hat attracted a good deal of attention throughput thIs discussion and which til worthy of careful research Is tbo average cost of producing hogs of suitable weight for bacon purposes Some claim they can raise their hop at loss than four cents a pound live weight and others that It cost In tbo neighborhood of six cents As far as J8ir iaforipatlon ROCK if moderate market values arc attached to the foods consumed the cost may range all tile war from a llttlo over four halts to notnewherc In the neighbor bond of the cent Methods nt teed tag sad tho Individuality of tho dga- taflareeo reuetsse Feed More Oats There U nothing like oata to give snap to a horse pot this reason oats are almost tim pxcliillvn grain diet of driving horses U U woli known that earl rxwROBS some property that exdtoc as well us noutlsbds anlmnls nays Indiana Fanner The plow hone eau be fed corn with some advantage tint the driving horses the colts and he brood mares should be given more whole oats and less corn Dont Iw atlugy when feeding outs to calves or colts Some claim that crushed data ate bettor to feed than the whole They may bo for hogs or dairy cows when oats are tnado only a part of tho ration but for horses alb and calves feed thom without crimhlnfr and feed Rood oats in the abfjonce of oats barley makes floe fe Ml for dills or pigs aI AND THE NORSE Jhe slipshod careless man always boa a sick horse or ono out at or6r Have plenty of help in handling the boary 1Tho smallhpksahouidbo well hullo ed and fed until or warm weather logs should be hung until thor oti hly cooled out before handling or removing to the cellar A pen for feeding and a pen for sleeping will bo found to be moro easily kept clean and comfortable It costa much less to heap a team lu flt and ready condition than It rises to let It run down and then bring It up Rest and change of diet will do tho horses much good but they should never be allowed to run down or pose flesh- RecauseUle work Is not so severe or so r3lllsrtlira CIA and fnodng ot the horse are apt to bo Irregular and careless Tho matter at watering U UII more careless and Irregular Give tho breeding mare liberal feeds ing and plenty of exercise If driven carefully she is all right otherwise she should be turned In a yard or Held every pleasant day One of the best foods for young 4pigs la middlings They will do well on It when mixed with water If mixed wth skimmed milk It Is hotter food and whey Is superior to water Get the hogs to market when they are proper fitted When they heavy and do oleat so lfetI they are fitted When they are xnd ut toVir 4ght Rpaln or lglit1a I I that oaafavlncre i 4cost 4 t GROWING DHrr HORSES The Second Years Growth It of Vital Importance A draft horse breeder and grower from colthood gives somu of his own managemoat from colts In his recent address at a Kansas breeders association ho said With careful toed and attention the first winter the smaller breeds of horns like tho trotters will usually attain to a proper degree of jlovelop cent without a great deal of extra attention thereafter Hut I have found that It paid well to push tho de velopment of my draft colts during tho second year It has been my practice to feed tho horse colts and sometimes Ibo fllllcfi a light ration of grain or pasture during the second summer Ono who has never tried It will bo amazed at tho remarkable development a draft colt will show In ono summer with a very small grain ration on good pasture I suppose oats would be recommended for this purpose by the authorities on feed lag but I have had very satisfactory results with corn alone Grass scorns to provide all tho elements necessary to balance tho small corn ration Tho expense of bell a grain ration Is smelt I have found that a quart each of shelled corn and oats or a quart and onehalf of shelled corn gave very satisfactory results This Is about CO cents per month expenso for grain I am taro I have never received as Urge returns from an equal amount of expense as this grain ra tlon fed on pasture will give In tho growth and development of a draft colt during Its second summer After that a moderate grain ration and reasonable care during the second winter practically completes the development of a draft colt Tho foundation has been laid for that per feet development of form that makes an attractive horse Ho will bo more easily kept on good roughness with a very light ration of grain thereafter than any other stock on the farm After they ore two past my horses cost mo logs to winter then than my cattle and do better on ordinary pas Lure In summer Tho second rears feed and care Is perhaps not BO Important with the lighter brcvfU of horses as It Is with the draft breeds where bone and weight ore prime requisites on the market Tho Important thing Is to secure the nice development of bone and conformation during the earlier and more rapidly growing period of the colts life The colt or yearling may become unthrifty with the best of feed and carp unless they are kept free from lice A tablespoonful per coltot sulphur mixed with their feed and fed alternately once every other day will quickly rid tho colts of lice BREAKING A COLT TO LEAD Method of UsIng a Rope That Will Give Perfect Control A correspondent sends to Prairie Farmer a sketch of his method of put ling a rope on a colt to teach him to lend Tho plan is to fasten to the halter as shown In the Illustration and double back pass between the two tore legs and around the heart girth Ono rope is generally used so the correspondent 8nysf but two ropes can be used if desired The general w To Teach Colt to Lead idea and arrangement of rope is to be seen If the colt shows a tendency to have his head tree and resents a pull on the halter rope the trainer has the lowefropont his command tourgu the colt forward fly carefully cm pldylug the two ropes the mind pf the colt la easily attracted away front what tho trainer Is trying to do so that tho colt suddenly tluda himself being ted whether ho will or not Sheep for the East Tho sheep of the future tho best sheep the best mutton will be grown not in tho far west but In the older nettled states of the oast A small flock of sheep U always a good flock Is an old saying and It will always prove that tho best quality of mutton tho jihccp that will soil at the highest prjcc will bo grown on the settled farms of the east o Value of Dehorned Cows There Isa marked difference as much as 25c or JOe In tho selling price of dehorned cattle and those with horns Only atew years ago feeders paid no attention to horns but now the dehorned ones get the tip every tine Makes Good The general farmer who grows grain and keeps some cattlor flogs and sheep around the farm Is the one who makes good Jfho stock la grow lag Into moneys the grain Is ted to advantage and tho supply of fertilizer la kept up Comfort and Profit Comfort Is a very largq factor In theIo col4days- n JOOOOOOOOCOOOOO WOES OF DRUNKENNESS Sniij School UHM for Marcia 24 1907 Speelllly prepared for hit paper JC8SON TKXTIf lrli MMi Mem ory versa 3 4 1 10 UQLDBN TEXTWii9 and nw wine take away the tearfliosea 411 TlMRAbout II C 78 two or three ytars After the trash end of the north ern kingdom H e zPLAOB Prophecy was spoken at Jerusalem to Jew there but with part reference to Samaria and the northern kingdomComment and Suggestive Thought A Terrible Object Lesson Vs 14 Tho Prophet seeing the danger threatening his own nation from their tin righteousness urged thorn to look be yond the walls of Jerusalem over to the northcrp kingdom and observe- what was going on and take warning Flint The MatorlalObservatlo- lIosloriralcslIno lay between the two great nations of tho then known world Assyria on tho northeast and Egypt on the southwest Neither could roach the other without going through Palomino Each wanted this narrow Intermediate country both ad a defense against the other and as a safe place where they could gather their forces for attack Tho Assyrians front the north wero at this time In northern Israel trying to capture Sa maria nod devastating the country Jerusalem a strong fortress a very Gibraltar rarely captured and outside of the great highways between the two great nations felt safe Egypt was making overtures to Judca and Urn latter had made an agreement with them which the prophet calls It covenant with death and an agree ment with hell or the grave because It was In tko words of George Adams Smith an unhallowed underhand jn trlfiiio accomplished by much swind ling and tao conceit of cleverness a secret agreement with the southern power Egypt while tho open treaty with the northern Assyria was still In force It was a covenant that came from moral death and was con lain to lead to national death and de struction Rut tho Jows seemed to be blind to the facts and unconscious of their danger as Jonah dreaming In the storm that was overwhelming the ship and Isaiah Is calling to them Awake awake thou that steepest Second Tho Observations of 81ns nail Crlmos Fomented by Intemper ance The moral scourge was tho rea son for the material desolation Here ns elsewhere there were two sources of wealth The God glvea wealth wall ironfruitful folds cultivated In peace from flocks and herds and orchards dud from legitimate commerce This Oodglren wealth was blessed It reached all classes It was possible to all who were Industrious moral and economicalThe source of wealth was tho spoils of the nations they conquered They gathered In tho nocks and herds of other lands They brought to their houses the luxuries of foreign palacea And the garnered wealth of conquered cities This wealth was sudden un evenly distributed from unjust source connected with cruelty sel flshnois and crime As always tho Cainmark was on Its forehead It bore a curse in Its heart and It brought on atmouphero of moral polo on It was unblessed Tho natural results on character and morals wo learn from Amos and Hosen and Isaiah Drunkenness debauchery cor ruption oppression of tho poor murder profanity lying stealing rom riot The demon of drunkenness was eating out their manhood Samaria Is represented under tho three figures of the first rlpo premature fig the crown prldPi and tho flower of his glorious beauty which Is on tho head of the tat nile- Lurnlngby Experience V 7 Hut they also The people of Judah who had Icon specially chosen of God Note the effects or strong drink por trayed 111 Uils verse 1 Erring wan during Into forbidden ways and places 2 Even tho religious teachers hfo too astray 3 They arc wholly ah iorbod lu appetite n They cannot see things as they are 5 They can not Judgo correctly Tho whole life IA perverted Have erred through wine rite American revision translates Reel with wino and stagger with strong drink But Prof AVlllls J Beechqr thinks the older translation Is more nc uratejTbepont Is nfrt that the nobteaond priests and proph eta present disgusting spectacles pf drunkenness Gut that by reason Of their convivial habits they take the wrong road commit errors miss the trail lose their cqurae The 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will firat be necessary for me to lists more properties I want to list YOURS and SELL it It doesnt matter whether you have a farm a home without any land oria business U doesnt matter mutt itJs worth or where it is located It you will fill ou blank letter of inquiry below and mail it to ma today I will toll you how and why I can quiokly r convert tho property into each and will give you my complete plan I f FREE OF CHARGEand terms for handling it Tho information I will give you will bo of great value to you even iftyou should decide not to sell You had letter write today before you forget it If you want to buy any kind a Farm House or Business in any part the country tell me your requirements J guar i l antee to fill thorn promptly and eat Jafactorily David P Taff The Land Man 415 Ian AY Topeka Kinsas r u You Want to Sell Fill In Cut and Mail Today Plasm wnhnut Cost to n finding II cash buy r coy property w hlcit consists ot town County Stat 1ofluwaglubrietdietlptloa s o iawNl OMs ytea l I c try r 1dildtrW + riacj c + +t FYa g v 4 tJ4 3trf a prttty and t o different w Any pictures II I you paper a any wilt o within a tuna e a + a n thtv we ottered a e knife IS 1 I V are v far one r n 0 am cost aud treal r the of of will 4 e t If YouWanttoBuyFill ia Cut Out aad Mail lUnjp 1 desire tobuy Jroparty corresponding oppro lroat ly wltikk the followlagapeclesatlaan Town or shytcount State Price betweet S rand 0 J wt11 pap S r down u sdbalance I Ilamiarka i T e fIoI W Address Y I R tCyU2 11 vrCj y rt1J ivS + + + It I 0ololalololololololololololololalolololololololoEast News You Get Nowhere Else I o Ho correspondence pokllthed anlew etaned la tall by the writer The name It Dot tor rtUMtion bat u II trUence of food faith Write pUlnlj o nAocotsoJACKSON COUNTY MAULDKN afar BWe Aro having some soow and rata after such nice weather There was Quite a largo crowd ottcm od singing at Mt Gllcad Sunday Miss Camilla Cope has been very 111 I for the post week Mr Boyd Farmer and Marcus Simpson of Black Woter attended church at Hickory Flat Sun dnr Mr Johnnie Marrls of Vallt View and Miss Sarah J Simpson of this place wero tarried Thursday nt the brides home We wish the yours couple a long and happy lIfemssesJ 1 Martha and Llllle Blngham visited I Imalo Davis Sunday Thero will I bo prayer meeting at tho Maulde School House every Friday night Mr Jobe Marrls and Tlshlo Vickers were married Thursday Mr Enaamu ningham went to Bcattyvlllo on bus ness Born on February 24th a big boy at Frederic Montgomerys Mi King visited Miss Zypht 1Newton Saturday evening Mr TI mery has lost threo tine mwee- UUALUL War BThe farmers are very busy planning for their corn and oat crops newjho lacks is a log ropingAlmoste- verybody in this neighborhood down with that dreadful disease La jGrlppe Mrs Jacob Gabbard Sr hat been very poorly for several days unable to sit upDr J D Hays passed thru hero this morning an his Muy to Hootea Crook to see Mrs t Lotto J lakes who Is veryslck I Mrs Susan J Johnson Is nobetter John GaJbbard Jr of Sand LJcl visited his father and mother Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard Sr of this place Wednesday night Mrs Pales t tine Gabbard visited her daughter tetra W M Calllham of near Double Lick Saturday and Sunday last dlrs Sarah Belle Hurley visited her father and mother Mr and iMrs Perry Mc Collum Monday and Tuesday ot this week Amos McCollum of this place contemplates going to Hamilton O 110 will start Saturday morning Mrs Marian Stephens visited at Jacob IL Gabbords Wednesday nlght J Ned and Palestine Gabbard spent Sunday afternoon wnlnuthuniting up- i and down Indian Creek Mr and f Mrs Perry McOollum visited their daughter Mrs Olllo Calllham near Evergreen Saturday and Sunday paEOOdIn Lick on business Bradley Gabbard1 of this place had some very bad luck Tuesday night while on his way from c McKoo whero ho had boon after some medicine for his little nephew Ho was overtaken by a stranger who de manded dins mule Bradley refused to givo up the mule and the man fired one shot at him which went thru his overcoat and dress coat sleeves graz log tho skin a little Bradley tired two shots at him missing him each time KEKI1T KNOD Mar toWe ore having very dis agreeable weather now and roads are almost past traveling Colds nnd In Grippe have been very serious In this vicinity Mr and Mrs James Wil a liams visited their daughter Mrs Ly dla Click Sunday Aunt Martha Click is very sick with La Grippe MIES Jannio force was tho guest of Myrtle Click Wednesday night Old Aunt Polly Inlnhart died March 3d and j was burled on the 5th at Kerby Knob graveyard She left many friends and relatives to mourn her loss Miss Myrtlo Click visited her uncle Dan Click and Gamily last week Mr and Mrs Jake Perkins visited James Clickt i and iamlly Saturday night and Sunday j Mrs Nan Jones of Boar Wallow vis Isther brother James Click Saturday I night on her way home LltUei Ver t10 Johnson has been very sick but la eomo better Undo Jock Rose and Charleyl DCClnj1Jones have moved to Red LtckMr Dean of Long Branch Is seriously 1 111 with a carbunblcv l MIDDLE FORK te War 7 Farmers are enjoying tin weather at this writing Sudden If Ielxu es of tho weather have caused several attacks of La Grippe In this community Wes Angel who boa 4 f 0 been sick for some time we are glad to say Is slowly Improving Mary J1 Sheltpn is very sick with heart trouble Llgo Angel trailed J W Carpenter n flna putt of cattle for a WJOwenvnevi Eliza and Llllle Parker are- A i I 1J planning togo to Hamilton 0 la n tow days to spend a tow months Quito a largo crowed was cntcrtaim at Mr Cap Wilsons SundnyDeI1A and Minnie Angel were the weloom guests of Si rah and Dons Angel Sun IklyW and E Angel mado a business trip to Livingston Friday Vlney Angel Is very poorly with In Grippe this week Does Wllcon mail a flying trip to Wesley Angels Thurs day Mary Cole and little son Jet tie visited her mother Lethn Tussej Monday There was Quito a kvrg crowd entertained at Dan Angels on Sunday Mrs Sarah Wilson who has been very low for sonic time wo are glad to tray is Improving slowly Mr Jim Angel is doing some Corpentci work for Wes Angst this week Serv ices will be held at tho new church house at Old Union the first Sunday in April Died on February 2Gth Doodo Lear who has boen a sufferer for some time with consumption He was a dovatbd member of tho Died pies Church He leaves a wlto and tour children and many friends and relatives to mourn his loss Ills remains were laid In the family coin tery noon his home We extend our deepest sympathy to tho crawed family DOUIJLELICK March 4QuIte a largo crowd at tended tho shooting match at J W Jones Bello and Flom Sparks visited Misses Leuro and Ethel Drew Saturday nlghtJ W Jones and wife have Just returned from a lengthy visit on Walkers Branch Mlaa DUn and QuI Sparks have Just returned from Hurley Ky where they spent a weeks vacation Frank Sparks and Roy B Draw have lead a wet season for sawing logsW S Jones and W A Phillips made a flying trip to the plains of Evergreen Sunday evening Jackson and Fletcher Sparks were the guests of Pearl and Parry Witt Saturday night + Stelle Surks nnd Cossle Drew went out driving Sunday evening Johnnie Witt went to Rich mond on business Sunday Frank Sparks has a fine banjo for ualev slim Etta Jones bas returned from Wlldle The Dlckron brothers passed thru hero enrouto to Rockcastle coun ty Joseph Martin sold fifteen hood of cattle to Isaac Bowman Joseph Durham rays It is a muddy time for jbortleggod people to be visiting Vm Sparks has torn for role at 380 per lnrre1F C Jones has eighteen lundrcd ties on hand Ho says be would rather have twentyflvo hundred He would quit making and go to laullng- nOHEIlTSVILIil Mar 4Next Sunday is tho toga or meeting at tho Eagle Church deters Elihu Phillips and Amos Me Jolluoa are going to organize a Christ an Endeavor Society the third Bun lay In March We wish thorn success Miss Polllo McOollum vlelted Miss Ellen Roberts Saturday night They had a surprise party Tho girls playI ed puss in tho corner and the boys toyed loop frog All report a fine too as It was their first play Rev oseph Dixon will preach at Perry JcCollumfl the second Sunday In XarchMr Ben Gabbard woe the acct of Louis Angel Sunday There rue a large crowd at Frank Gabbards Thursday night Mr Can Gibbard imncd them with a speech Ills Subject was Dont Look DaekTho armers are all preparing for crops B8 spring seems to be ncaring Mr Green McCollum Is golnc to try 0 crop of flax aa he is tired of rats lag corn Miss Ellen Roberts made two flying trips to Hootcn list week Mrs Synthla Roberts Is well pleased wIth her new eonlnlaw Mr fun tabbord eaya he belongs to Undo Sam tow He Is carrying the mall BAND OAV Mar SWe ore having corn rainy weather Just now R P Gabbard aid J E Johnson started for Berca todayn H Gavburd and O M Kerry have Just returned from their drum olng trip Harvey Reeco is on the Ick llsto S Durliam Is going to have a shooting match at Sand Gap feturday Everybody la Invited to- conwJ O Durham tho traveling alcsman la out on business Robert Day Is getting rowdy to tend a crop his year Honaco Durham la going tack to Boattyvlllo to study telegraphy 110 says he law got his course half ompletod Florcnco Durham Is on ho sick list G V Ctanmons of peasant Point Is going to prcoch at Cerby Knob Saturday and Ban- dar next VEnOJUtBN Mar 6The farmers are preparing for their crops They eat do very ouch on account of so much rain tmos McCollum Joe Dynk and Jim Part Dickerson of Indian Creek vIs- Ited Old Uncle Jacob Lake Saturday n1ghtMr Bradley Gabbard was in Evergreen Saturday trying to buy J W Jones goats Mr Thomas EI tames la very UIMrs Oaathrine Mc 1 Colium visited her daughter Mrs J R Oallahan Saturday and Sunday Roy Martin wia claucd Saturday In Squire Deans court In tho John Rooo flcaseMrs laalel Drew visited neck Ronlon Saturday Green Lake llUr chased a now wagon from H L Delph Livingston Ky Saturday ror 1151 W Jones killed a hog Sat urday which weighed 543 pounds Jacob Lake Little Jake Is on the sick list John Martin says he Is go lag to buy two ferrets to keep the rabbits out of his cabbage pate this summer Louis Liko Big Louis has corn to sell for 85 cents a bushel George Mat Lake Is going to run u milk wagon this summer Ether Lake sold a mare for 10750 Mar 12Rev James Baker preach ed at Bethel Sunday night There wl be singing at Bethel next Saturday night Grover Drew his returned from Egypt Ky whore he has befit going to school J W Jones la golnj to Richmond next County Court to buy two western rams Groai Lake went to Wlldlo Sunday on bust ness Tho United States Marshals of London Ky toro up a moonshini still on Horse Lick Saturdays T E Jones has located a fiirm for himself on Horse Lick this eokalts Ellen Isaacs has gone to Wlldlo to stay this spring Mrs Frank Isaac and family vteltcd Mrs Jennie Mar tin Monday John Martin b ughtoh- orse from Joe Martin for 10000 Joe Durham wants to sell his house and lot at the old salt works Bot Rose had a mil mailing Thursday Robert Jones Bold one mule and a yoke of oxen for 20000 ESTILL COUNTY WAolLevILLE Mar nWe ore having plenty of mud Tho roods at this phco uro al wait ImposaableMlrses Grace Wagers Nettle and Ren Scrlvncr Messrs Humo C Wagers Willie Wilson and Vernon Scrlvncr were tho guests ol late and Fannie Wagers Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J L Scrlv ner was the guest of the families ol Jonah Wagers nail J M Edwards Saturday night Robert and Joe Wagers visited their sister Mrs F M Warford Sunday last Mr end Mrs J E Broaddus James Wilson and Nannie T Wilson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers last Thursday Ora Kelloy who wan reported sick last week la able to bo out again Ambrose Wilson and J D Wagers are working on tho tie yinl at Irvine hls weekMiss Ella Park who has been visiting relatives at Klrkwvllle Ky returned home list weekF M Collins who recently sold his farm on MIrtdU Fork toGeo Ross has rented the hinso vacate by Horace Kldwell and will move to mma shortly Mr and Mrs R J Scrlvncr were the tests of Mr nnd Mrs Horace Warford lost Friday JIXKB Mat BWo are having some rainy weather now Mr and Mm Ode lisle have returned from Indiana where they have been for qulto awhile The Misses Blnda and Bessie Wells visited Mrs Ella Blcknell Sun lay evening Erble Wckncll Dur has cd two mules ot Curt Gentry for 1400 He Is planning to do hauling thIs summer Leonard Isaacs caught u big ground hog the other night Ho ays he Is going to tin his hide for shoo strings J1ra Rosa Lyttle Is on the sick list at presentVlrgal Dick tell attended court at Richmond Non daynessle Wllllame visited Annie saacs Saturday night Jasper Isaacs tas come back home at lout Lutle nines was tho guest of Flossie laves rlday evening O L Isaacs lee ought n grist xnfllMr and Mrs line Johnson visited their daughter iloesla Isaacs SuniViy Mrs Vernle French fell out of the barn loft tho other day and was hurt quite severely but Is somewhat hotter now AVU lie Gentry is working tor Waller Rich irdson this spring Pedra Thomas md Frank Hlmcs have returned from lamllton where they have been for Quite a whlleA letter canto from Robert Isaacs at Hamilton aiylng that ho U going to Indiana In a few inyaS B Kelley sold George Todd 53 hogs for 100Mr Jim Wilson te going to move on to Mr a B Kelley arm In a tow IbysIrs Mhggle Coffee visited Eliza Isaacs Wedoeaday A M Llttlo Is doing Rood buslneen with his saw mill Will Dan Richard ion la well after a long opell of fever Erble Btcknoll visited A M Lyt lo Sunday evening Ed Mitchell baa boon hired by Godfrey homes to wrk a while Wade Wells his moved on to Sylvester Wells farm OWSLEY COUNTY OAIUIAIU Mar IWe kayo been having lots of rain the past week and harmers tub jetting behind with their workc n Gabbard wag at Boonovilla Toes lay on bualnesct John Moore of Cow Creek has been very busy this week Muting goods for Barker Moores store at Rlcotown L M Garrett of Duck creek was hero Wednesday anal Thursday Ho spent Wednesday night with John L Gabbard and family Mrs Margaret Mooro of this place has been sick this week She burned her ringer and her arm has swollen con siderably musing her palnILogan Moore lass move head of Indian Creek to the farm of Woolory Eversole better known ns Dutch of Cow CrrclcWD Gb bard of this place Is not going to soli goods for Gabbard Bros of Cow Creel oa recently stated but will put up n stack for himself Tho two year ohi child of Mr and Mrs Ellsha Frot of Slringtown died list week with croup GIr A M Nealoy shctrlff of Owsley county Is very 111 with con sumption B J Combs of Btrlngtow has reuited the A C Gabbed farm nnd will take possession as soon as Payn moves out Corn and teed stuff Is very Boarco thruout this neighbor hood Most all who have corn to Boll ore selling for 75 cents nbushcl1lr Walter Reynolds who has been teak Ing his home In Ohio for the past ycar Las returned to his fathers at thlG place Ho will not go luck to Ohio It ho can find a place that suits him 111 this county Ills wife and two sisters Joclo and Florence are stilt at King 8- Mills They will work there till the fall Elmer B Gabbeud of tills place who has been going to school at Duck horn tor tho paa sovon months pat homo folks a visit Friday Saturda and Sunday Sheep arts telling at A good prlco now Will be site In stilt lag that they ore bringing a belt prlco In this neighborhood than ever before known Mrs Judith Richardson was recently offered 1000 for a cwi and two lambs Sheep are soiling ol the way from 300 to 500 a head To Mr C B Moore Stites Idaho Door Friend Your recent lettw In Tho Citizen to young boys am and girls was very Interesting al- I appreciated It very much With U hour from you agtln thru The Clt lzoo Hope this will find Jtm awl your family till well and enjoying the blessing of life The tale of In than Creek all uond love and best wlllh es for your success In life Wo will bo glad to hoar tram you again thru the columns of The Citizen Tell tit some moro about Idaho Your friend JAMES R GABBARD ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IHSriTTAUTA Mar 0 sun Shearer and Sudle ennlngtoa were married last Thurs lay They will stake their home at fir Shooters Tho brIde was a laughter of floe Pennlngton glee Mattlei McGulro was visiting her wnt at McCmckea last week Ewjulr G V Owens was called to see his nether who Is very sick at Johnson airs Braddock Baker and Mrs Rose lolVand are very sick at this writ ngDavis Northans family has boon rick with La Grippe but Is be- tterIr Larkln Abney sold a nice bunch of cattle to Mr WHHefonL Miss Mattie McGulre was at Dlspu anta Saturday J E McGulro has Quit Jinaklng tics at McCracken lUll eve home to farm Last Tuesday ho body of James Gamuts daughter raa brought home from Hamilton 0 Wo have not learned the cruse of her loath yet She was taken to her fach ers home at Goochkind for burial Iradley Lake of Hart was hero Sun day the 10th Vlrglo Payne has gone to see her aunt Blufla WcGuIro ot lockford Mr Will Shearer of John nottn and wife mine over to his brothers wedding hero on the lohTheT- ho Dig 11111 Dual Oo Is thinking of Inking a shaft 350 feet deep and pro pectlng for cowl They seem to think they will find a vela six or seven foot thick as they did not find It very tidy In tho mines in the htlb There was reaching at Clear Creek Church list unday night by Rev Mr Collins of ickixm county HOOKFOnO iMar l2We ore having mud row Mr George T Payne of Dlaputanta tilted hlsaunt Mrs P L Stephens unday Little Everett Todd who bus been sick Is better Mr James exton who has been tick Is slowly nproving Mlsa Vergla M Payne and resets R T and It J Abncy visited their cousin MaUlo R McGuire aturday and Sunday Miss Roccle n Todd visited her sister Mrs F M alien Monday llls Beulah Vlars woo baa been sick Is ablo to be out grin NEBRASKA HEWSL- EXINGTON Mar 4 Sundays attendance at the arlous services was a rocordbraaker with ue Moro than COO people were at tho two preaching services The unday school had the largest attend ance In years Court Is going on- hONMr and Mrs Jim Hudson are the proud parents of a now boy baby lr Link Nlckerson and family have loved to their now home A J Winkler will ship two carloads of cat tlo this week Llttlo Hazel Reeves while playing with her sister Mao ran agalnet a door with a stick in her mouth and thrust It down her hroat end she Is not tooling good Wo are glad to nay that little Earl Ldarna Is betterMrs Jack Wink Ier Is on the sick list this wookU D Hudson and family have moved to heir now home Husten Adams was the guest of his sister Mrs Lllllo SpadeE C Hallon nude a flying rip to Lexington Saturday afternoon Leonard Stuart and Jim Reeves bad quite a time going to town with hree unbroken horsesA J Adams will ship cattle next week We are r AVOID INTERNALWRONGS ALVMU Alum in food causes stomach disordersIts con tinued use means permanent injury to health- 9Following the advice of medical scientists England and Frincc have passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making fe American housewives should protect their house holds against Alums wrongs by always buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking j Powder jPure Grape Cream of I Tartar Powder is to be had for the askingI Buy by name Royall having quit Q snow totm raw HopeA Foot Note it will ROOD bf over and the nice 8unJlavo ot your now oboes They will wear ninthshiny will soon ctmc s ln LIUle longer sad ho impervious to woathftr nessle NlckctOD Is on the sick list mBATER LOIIlSVILLFI JPOSJT1l0PJE MAR ISSO e n L R PRESiL1ENW ii JfGionnnie tyhl- Ian4oliterGreafiAtlthCiIIms ROOSEVELT AII lIDrsm IISEEilTALU4 1JIDJIctA1EI II