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I q1 cII I J- a80tt0Jred4e8rl Ie Iloses V IEk A PUBLISHING CO o INColt1oRATDoManager 0 1 1IrtlfMJ04If +w et rto AY uuorod oelaN I ofAGtkr I oeoeoeoeoe eoo oeoeoeoeo I 11 Vol VIII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 21 1007 One a year No 40jI IIDEAS From the 1hlDrlllnn for March IB 1007 Ho who killa time murders oppor tunity s The toward of toll Is conferring blemingH upon others In the commerce of speech use only tho coin of gold and sliver The praises of others may bo of use to teach us not what we are but what wo ought to bo What wo know here Is very little but what wo are ignorant of Is Im mense SPRING TERM BEREA COLLEGE OPENS WEDNESDAY MARCH TWENTYSEVENTH e 1907 FROM THE WIDE WORLD The first step toward Filipino rait government will bo madn on July 30 when all malts in the Philippines twentythroe years of age or over and not subjects of asy foreign powers will bo allowed to vote for members h of the Philippine Assembly Provincial Governors and other officials I Reports received In Washington show that tho cause of the present war between Honduras and Nlcara gus was a dispute over tho owner ship of a mule which it is claimed WAN stolen by Nicaraguan cavalry in I Honduran territory The Italian Chamber of Deputies I tIM during its prment setslon three main objects in view the lemoning I of taxation beginning with that which weighs heavier on the poorer classes the improvement of the public servi cell such as railways telegraphs and telephones and finally the maintain ing of peaco IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A movement had been started in Nashville Tenn to havo tho pooplo of that city vole on Uuv WOOD qwwifeR next May Iti wfel that former SAM tor Carmack has express ed hie readiness to load the r the temperance people Tbo San Franckeo Board of Edift cnltou has adopted resolutions agreed upon at the conference with President Roosevelt at Washington repealing the act shutting out Japanese child rOB from the public schools Full confession of tho details of tho shooting up of Brownsville Texas by the negro soldiers of tho Twentyfifth infantry has been made at Galveston by one of tho men who was discharged The tnid was not deliberately planned but resulted from a fight in which a white citizen knocked down a negro soldier The whole body of mon assisted in the cleaning of the guns immediately after the shooting and thus shared the responsibility for the outrage Tho establishment of a permanent national fair in a 114000000 build ing in Now York CUlhaB been pro- pone1 by members Michigan I Society living in New York It is 1 proposed to have Congress furnish and the State the remain derMrs Russell Sago hu set aside from tho fortuue loft by Mr Sago the sura of 10000000 to be devoted to the improvement of the social and living conditions in the United States Last week Monday the temperance forces in Knoxvllle Torinemeo won a great victory voting the saloons out of that city- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tim Southern Railway will extend its lino from Middleflboro to Harlan Courthouse a distance of forty miles and will open up a rich coal territory in the Kentucky mountains Increased prices of crude oil havo made the work In the Kentucky fields more lively and developments uro ox pwcted to be large The pipe line to tho Cumberland fields has boon run into Clinton County and oil is being piped out of the wells them A local option election has been culled by tho for Da vlesa County including the city of Qwenesboro and a determined effort will bo mado by tho tomporauco forces to close too forty or more m loons now being conducted there It is said that in thirytwo tempo rauco contests held in Kentucky tho negro vote bag decided the election in each ease Tho temperance people uiutijtiorV the negro voto in thirty put vlaeitoua and were victorious in sash and lost the county where they failed to get the negro vote f vt jJ 11 C d THE CITIZEN WHO IS STINGY WHO IS GENEROUS Mr Smith believes in being generous When you come to his house his table is loaded with all the good things he has He has more than enough of bread and pre serves and coffee andmany other things for all that eat there Every o e eats all he wants and then a lot is thrown away Smith is not careful with his fire generouslylikeasks him for a dime or a quarter he will give it to him if he yearHellthis summer but then ifhe has good luck he can pay that back and have a little ahead to keep him going till next summer Smith would like to send his children away to College to get a good education but he never has money enough He would like to give a sum to build a new church house or make the school house better or subscribe to keep the school teacher thru the winter but he was so generous with his eggs and chickens and corn meal and preserves and money that he hasnt any left for the church or school Jones is a different man He is just about as smart as Smith and has a farm that is no better But the neighbors call Jones stingy Jones is careful with the food at his house They dont throw any away There is enough for all but just enough His preserves last twice as long and he sells some Mrs Jones uses only half as many eggs and sells the rest They dont cat so much chicken at Jones cabin but sell more They arc more carefulof the firewood and sugar and cornmeal eVery thing goes farther and more is left to sell They call ones stingy If a tramp asks him for a quarter he says II No I cant afford it Jones doesnt spend any money lot tobacco He used to like to chew and smoke but he s it costs too much Now watch Jones a bit His oldest boy is in College this year and his oldest girl is going next Hes got a big barn and good sheds for his cattle and tools and is going to put up a new house after a yt ar or two He has a little money always ready for the church house and pays his share to keep the school teach er two months extra When he hears about those millions of people starving to death in China he takes a few dozen eggs and a chicken that would have tasted pretty good on his table and brings them to town and sends a dollar to keep some bright little girl from being sold for a little food or dying of hunger Jones has a little money in the bank to use in case the crops dont turn out so or some one gets sick Jones becomes a prosperous man and after a while is Squire Jones He is no smart er than Smith but he was willing to be called stingy for good while so that he would have something to be generous with Now tell me who is the best man to have in your neighborhood Smith or Jones o RELIEF FOR THE STARVING IN CHINA I The tppealof OutlrrlchNl A run nt ChlnklnnR The terriblo need in China la growing greater and nltho much money has boon sent to relieve the starving millions BO far it is edt more than n drop in the bucket to save tho lives there Itwill be several months before crops can bo raised that will stop the famine The money sent by Citizen readers BO far Is as follows Friends 2 00 Miss Moore 100 Dr Cooks Sunday School Class 205 Mrs S 0 Mason 300 Mr Noah May 100 Mr Harris 20 cents Mr G D 25cents Total 050 lIollidllYj of The Citizen wish to help The Spring Excursion The Boroa College excursions of tho lust two years havo been so two cosflful that greater plans than boo fore are made for this year Tho excursion will bo on April 20th and tho trip will bo made to Louisville Tho train will leave Heron at 5 a m reaching Frankfort at 720 null giv ing two hours to Louisville Then tho train leaves for There bcsldoH the many interesting things lobe soon in the city thorn will be a ride of two hours or BO on tho Ohio river iq the steamer Hiawatha the best steamer on the river Supper will bo eaten In Louisville and then tho train taken for Heron Mr Wrn R Belknap on of tho College trustees who has a very largo business in Louisville has been most active In arranging that the students should visit that city this yoar Tho total expense for this trip for each person is expected to bo not more than 250 ap cause and encourage others to take what share they can in life saving and BO Tho Citizen will give a dollar for each dollar that comes to its office for the relief fund until April first up to ten dollars If readers will give ton dollars Tho Citizen will give ten dollars more The money will ba mailed to Now York B9SOQ1as possible anti from there Bout across the oceans to China by cable So that within iwo or three days your money may be countryDontanyone after he has starved to death Audience Decldea Actors Fate At tho theater at Nnmuh Franco tho performers making their debut are accepted or rejected for further performances by the votes of tho au appearingInfate is sealed NothlnpRepret My husband never saw me In the ton years of our married life when my personal appearance was neglected boasted a woman When tho nurse called mo to his bedside paying that ho was dying I hastily Wiped a sleet of chamois skin over ray face before responding to the tall I havo nothing to regretAtchlson Globe Newfoundland Well Watered Newfoundland Vs a land of lakes So numerous aro they that it is estimated they cover about onethird of tho total area of tho Island There aro 087 named lakes and 30000 known ones without names The island has alto about 4000 miles of sea coast Chief Contents of This Number PAOR ONE From the Wide World Iu Our Own Country- Commonwealth ot Kentucky IMItorlnlIVho U Stingy tested for the Chinese Students Journal PACK TWO CnndlVihJrenPAGE TIIIIKK VicinityCuilege Farewell toll Cornellui PAOK FOCI Comment The Itnllglnn of tilt Future Hie New Agricultural lira Political Tnlk- TehiiMirnnro Notes PACE FIVE Ilecent Stnte News Now from Everywhere PAGE SIX The gehoolProblems of the District Irool by Prof Dlnnniore The Pnrin Kvcrgreon Protection for Farm louses PAGE SEVEN The Iinlry- Flood In Flttiburfr IAGE EIGHT Kaitorn Kentucky Correspondence What She Thinks of It Lost week a letter came from a subscriber in Ohio saying I can not do without Tho Citizen It comes each week as a good letter does from some dear friend Tho letter en closed money to pay for the Citizen up to the middle of next year and asked for Dr Bartons Life of Christ as a premium Are there not some fiftytwofriends in Old Kentucky What He Thinks of It This time it is ono of the premiums offered by Tho Citizen that is the subject A letter dated Fob 27 1007 came to Tho Citizen from Rev W D Smith pastor of the M E Church of Meadow Grove Neb It said I havo recently read Mr W H Hon ys Book Tho Mountain People of Kentucky The Book is readable and sound It is good read ing for tho Kentuckian its well as for anyone who wishes to got bettor ac qiuiatml with a people deserving to chapterscould bo printedseparately as tracts to be distributed and read byall the mountaineers I wish you much sue cess in distributing this book among your many readers This is volunteer word cheerfully given by a former Kentuckian and a MountaineerIf to got Dr Bartons Life of Christ or Mr Haneys The Mountain People of Kentucky look ovorour offers on page seven and let us hoar from you- ADVERTISES TYING THE KNOT Missouri PreparesHalt Go net the girl you love tho best And come to Clayton for tho rest Judge A II Werromeyci Justice of tho Peace Phone Klnloch Clayton No P Immediate appointments Residence Olivette Ounce Clay ton courthouse Clayton Mo Tho above is a facsimile of what appears In a conspicuous place in every street car that passes through Clayton Mo It la designed to inform couples on matrimony bent that Justice A II Wcrrcmeyers assistance can bo secured anywhere and at any Umo to tie the itot say the St Louis Republic Wcrreineyor won In tho last general election and has ills olflco in tho north end of tho basoment In tho Clayton courthouse Only n few doors distant also in tho courthouse la the office of Justice of the Peace Otto Prclsa Wer reraoycrs chief rival Prelss over since his appointment last year has performed tbo ceremony for nearly every couple married in Clayton by a justice of the peace Several other justices occasionally perform tho mar riAgoceromouy but they are not permanently located in Clayton and as the field is left to Prclas and Werro meyer the latter proposes to test the vlrtuo of advertising to draw his share of the business Alcohol From Garbage That the method of garbage disposal is about to be revolutionized by the manufacture of denatured alcohol is tho statement rondo to tho common council of Milwaukee by Dr W A Boyd of Ilockford 111 Milwaukee now pays 180 a ton for burning its garbage at a municipal plant and Dr lloyd has offered to do the work at 70 cents a ton and at tho end of ten IearsII IInonearly every plant In tho country canIbo materially reduced if the plants will take up tho manufacture of oleo hol Dr Boyd says ho will got grease fertllltcr and alcohol from the waste Alcohol will bo the most Important of the byproducts r pro fJ oooooeoooooooo e aHow much can you give 0 o rto save the starving peo roPie of China 0 Y 0- oooouaoooooooeo Dollar 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Vlco Prosrj J L GAY Cashlor 4 OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly J V Lambert S rJIw C Parks W A Hammond R W Todd Students Journal Containing Brtesy Notes Corning Eotnti and Put Tritls and Triumphs of Bare Students 7r J From the Phi Deltlnn Society HashOldPhi Delta is not one Whitt afraid of anything that in going for she has all the Powers of this great University woven into her very warp and woof It is true she has a tremendous Marsh and some awful Boggs which can scarcely bo waded through or bridged over and in every engagement in which we en ter we expect to come out with a mis arable Blackburn on our bands but our Ensign shall continuo to float on high around whose beloved stars and strips we shall ever rally whether bombarding on the Hudson or charg ing through some Oldfield and al though the bond of love may bond well Bender back before she breaks Then after the beat of the battle is passed and the Clock Clark of time has struck the hour of victory we shall surely have a delicious feast at twenty five cents per head for though our Cook is rather Young he can do our cooking Im sure and we shall enrich bur menu by taking a long Hunt and also by fishing to provide venIson or Shadoin to each fellows taste It must be distinctly understood however that this is no Dailey get up W Beta Kappa Literary Society et Ij as usual Friday evening and had an interesting program Mr Chas a talk upon the ubJoctTboyoungmu of this day and time and he took Albert Keller for the true typo example of his subject Mr andrgave a good talk on this subject telling of the things that Mr has done and is to carry out in the t near future By having Mr Keffer present to illustrate what Ho meant by The young man of this day and time the orator was able to make his description clear and vivid Bolder Thompson also gave a good talk upon the merits of the and how Kentucky is going tosocietyIproved by the good men Kappa Literary Society would send out to take their stand among the I business men of the state to lift the whole state by their great ability CbM Flanory Fredrick and Cam Lewis told a few of their good jokes upon each other while theywore in Frankfort some time back Fredrick told of how Flanory tried to put out i a gas light where he was being dater I tamed by pouring a pitcher of water on it Whore Cam Lewis was put upr 1 they had electric lights and when Cam wanted to put his out he couldInot find the place to turn it off and so ho just shut it up in a bureau drawer to darken the room Imargallery Friday and lend its picture taken f 1 1 I I Korice TO ronnrsrov ar3- An eemmnleUMtfxthh ptrhnIJ Marnttnl4 fcf Uw him of tlt Author KM ncep trU to rnXIietUoa hut u Idne ofcooi filth eo the raIl Mkwrtur wnt Mtf on ono lid nt Ihtf rr 1 MtimiMlf errfnt In print nmeH oIt Isis Ik llttn Ml drae I4tn rod dIIInct IM rpm C- mtI oloa dflenll Ki dotfptm herS ot wki n thr w I wmu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES 87 MEREDITH NICHOLSON Attar1T1I MAIN CIUHCE ZCIDA OANEION tIc Opjrle MOi bj Oal t vrTtll Co CHAPTER IV Continued I was soon stumbling through rough underbrush similar to that through which we had approached the louse Hates swung along confidently enough ahead of mo pausing occasionally to hold back the branches I began to feel na my rage abated that I had set- out on a foolish undertaking I was utterly at sea as to the character of the grounds I was following a man whom I had not seen until two hours before and whom I began to suspect IIfnll manner of designs upon me It was wholly unlikely that the person who had fired Into the windows would lurk about and moreover the light of the lantern the crackle of the leaves and the breaking of the boughs udrcr used our approach loudly- A bush slapped me sharply and I stopped to rub the sting from my face Are you hurt sir asked Hates so llcltoiisly turning with the lantern Of course not I snapped Im having the time of my life Are there no paths In this Jungle Not just hereslr It was Mr Glen anns idea not to disturb the wood at all He was very fond of walking through the timber I Not at night I hope Where are we nowT Quite near the lake sir Then go on I was out of patience with Bates with tho pathless woodland and I must confess with the spirit of John Marshall Glenarm my grandfather- We came out presently upon a gray elly beach and Dates stamped suddenly on plunking This Is the Glcnnrm dock sir and thats the boat house He waved his lantern toward a low structure that rose dark beside us Afi we stood silent peering out Into the starlight 1 heard distinctly the dip of a paddle and the soft gliding motion ol a mace Its a boat sir whispered Dates hiding the lantern under his coat- I brushed past him and crept to the end of the dock The paddle dipped on silently and evenly In the still water but the sound grew fainter A canoe Is the moat graceful the most sensitive the most Inexplicable coD trivanco of man With Its paddle you may dip up stars along quiet shores or steal into the very harbor of dreams I know that furtive splnali Instantly and knew that a trained hand wfolded the paddle My boyhood summer in tho Maine woods were not 1 Bal wholly wasted The ownor of tho canoe had evidently stolen close to the Gtenarm dock but had made oft whoa alarmed by the noise of our approach through the woodHave you a boat near hero Bates I asked The boat house Is locked and I havent the key with me sir he re tItled without excitement- Of course you havent It I reJ- oined full of anger at his tone of Irreproachable respect and at my own helpfulness I had not even seen the place by daylight and the woodland behind me and the lake at my feet were things of shadow and mystery in my rage I stamped my foot Lead the way back I roared I had turned toward the woodland when suddenly there stole across the water a volcea womans voice deep musical and deliberate Really I shouldnt be so angry If I were you It said with a lingering note on tho word angry Who are you What are you doing there I bawled Just enjoying a little tranquil thought was the drawling mocking reply Fur out upon the water I heard tho dip and glide of the canoe and saw Unity its outline for a moment then It was gone The lake the surrounding wood were an unknown world the caiioe a boat of dreams Then agalocanie the voice Good night merry gentlemen It was a lady sir remarked Bates after we had walt d silently for a full minute plow clever you are I sneered I suppose ladles prowl about here at night shooting ducks or Into peoples housesIt d seem quite likely sir I sbould have liked to cast him Into the lake but he was already moving away the lantern swinging at his side I followed him back through tho wood land to the house ly spirits quickly responded to the cheering influence of the great library I stirred the fire pit the hearth into life and sat down before it tired from my tramp I was mystified and perplexed by the Incident that had al ready marked my coming It was pos o Bible to be sure that the bullet Which narrowly missed my head In the little dining room had been n wild shot that carried no evil intent I dismissed at a once tlm Idea that It might have been fired from the lake It had crashed through theglass with too much force to havs come BO far anti moreover I could hnrdli laiaelne even a rifle ball 1 tl tl1ing an unimpeded right ot way through MI dense a strip ot wood I found It difficult to get rid ot the Idea that tome ono had taken a pot shot at me The womans mocking voice from the lake added to my perplexity It was not I reflected such a voice as one might expect to hear from a conn try girl nor could I Imagine any errand that would Justify a womans presence abroad On an October night whose cool air inspired first confi dences with flr and lamp There was something haunting In that last err across the water It kept repeating It self over and over In my ears It was a voice of quality of breeding and charmGood night merry gentlemen- In Indiana I reflected rustics young or old men or women were probably not greatly given to salutations of Just this temper Bates now appeared Beg pardon sir but your rooms ready whenever you wish to retire I looked about In search of a clock Thero are no timepieces In tho house Mr Glenarm Your grandfather was quite opposed to them He had a theory sir that they were conducive as he said to idleness He considered that a man should work by his con science sir and not by the clooltho ono being more exacting than the otherI as I drew out my watch as much at Bates solemn tone and grim lean visage as at his quotation from my gramlslre Hut the fellow puzzled and annoyed me Ills unob trusive black clothos his smoothly brushed hair his shaven taco awak ened an antagonism In me Bates if you didnt fire that shot through the window who didwill you answer me that Yes sir If 1 didnt do It Its quite didnt that shot through window who large question who did Ill grant you that sir I stared at him He met my gaze without flinching nor was there anything Insolent In bU tone or attitude He continuedI It sir I was in the pantry when I heard the crash In the refectory window The unllc came from out of doors as I should Judge sirThe facts and conclusions were un doubtedly with Bates and I folt that t had not acquitted myself creditably In my effort to fix the crime on him My abuse of hfm had been tactless to the least and I now tried another line of attack Of course Bates I was merely Jok log Whats your theory of the matter 1 have no theory air Mr Glenarm always warned me against theories He saidIf you will pardon methere was great danger in the speculative mindThe man spoke with a alight Irish accent which In Itself puzzled mo I have always been attentive to the peculiarities ot speech and his was not the brogue of the Irish servant class Larry Donovan who Eng lish born affected at times an exag gerated Irish dialect that was wholly different from the smooth liquid tones of Bates But more things than his speech were to puzzle mom n this man The person In canoe How do you account her I asked I havent accounted for her sir Theres no women on these grounds or any sort of person except our selves But there are neighbors farmers alonIthefew sir and then theres the school quite a bit beyond your own west wall Ills slight reference to my prOIrlcI torship my own wall as be pleased me Oh thero Is a school glrla yes Mr Pickering mentioned It But the girls hardly paddle on tho lake at ducksjabould r I to tUtJlOC hey do anJ sheet Ing Mr Glenatirf Ita a pretty strict I school 1 judge sir from all accounts And the teachers they are all women1 Theyre the Sisters of St Agatha I believe they call them I sometimes see them walking abroad Theyre very quiet neighbors and they go away In tho summer usually except Sister I Theresa Tho schools her regular home sir And theres the little chapel Just boyond wall the young minister lives there and the garden ers tho only other man on tho groundsShow mo my cell I said rising and Ill go to bed Ho brought from somewhere n great brass candelabrum that held a dozen lights and explained This was Mr Glenarms habit Ho always used this one to go to bed with Im sure hed wish you to have It sir He led the way holding tho cluster of lights high for my guidance up the broad stairway Tho hall above shared the generous lines of the whole house but walls were white ana hard to the eye Rough planks had been laid down for n floor and beyond tho light of the candles lay I a dark region that gave out ghostly echoes as the loose boards rattled under our feet I hope youll not ho too much Its appointed sir said Bates pausing a moment before opening a door Its all quite unfinished but comfortable I should say quite comfortable Open the door Ho was not my host anti I did not relish his apology I walked past him Into a small sittingroom that was tu a way a miniature of tho great library below Open shelves filled with books lined the apartment to tho ceiling on every hand UTe where a small OreI I Bates If you fire the i did 7 I a say own was the for A yes tho the place and n cabinet broke the line Ot shelving In the center of the room was a long table wlttf writing materials In nice order I opened a hand some case and found that It contained a set of draftsmans Instruments I groanedaloutfMr preferred this room for working The Instruments were his very own sir The devil they were I exclaimed Irascibly I snatched a boat from the nearest shelf and threw It open on tho table It was Tho Tower Its Early Use for Purposes of Defense London 1816I closed it with a slam The Blccplngroom Is beyond aIr I hope Dont you hope any morel I growled and it doesnt make any dUo bronco whether Im disappointed or not Certainly not sir ho replied In atone I that made me ashamed of my angerTho I adjoining bedroom was small and meagerly furnished The walls were initiated and were relieved only by prints of the English cathedrals French chateaux and like suggestions of tho best things known to architec ture Tho bed was of the commonest Iron type and the other articles of furniture were chosen with a strict regard for utility My trunks and bags had been carried in and Bates asked front the door for my commands Air Glenarm always breakfasted st seventhirty sir as near as he could hit It without a timepiece and he wos quito punctual My grandfathers breakfast hour will suit me exactly Bates It theres nothing further sirThats alland llntes Yes Mr Glonarra Of course you understand that I didnt really mean to Imply that you had fired that shot at DoT TO DB CONTINUED Quicker Action Heros an article amll jars eventually kill loveI th3i11thatI1oustou PROSECUTION WILL CLOSE CASE WITH INTRODUCTION IN EVI DENCE OF CARBON COPY Of Affidavit That Hummel Testified Was Made Voluntarily to Him By Evelyn Nesbit Thaw New York March 1gHarry K Thaw will probably know his fate at hands of tho 12 men selected to sit In Judgement upon him for tho killing of Stanford White by Saturday night Both the prosecution and defense agreed that the admission of evidence would likely cease some time Wednes day leaving n day apiece for tho ar guments of District Attorney Jerome and Mr Dermas It Is anticipated that Justice Fitzgerald will deliver his charge to tho Jury not later than Snt urday morning The length of tha Jury1 deliberations will determine whether or not tho Sabbath will bo spent In suspense by the prisoner Unless a change of plan Is made the prosecution will cloao Its case shortly after court convenes with the Introduction in evidence of tho carton copy of the nfltdavlt that Lawyer Abe Hum mel testified was made voluntarily to him by Evelyn Nobtt Thaw The de tense has decided not to rodexmlno- the states experts- It depends entirely upon Jeromes crossexamination ot our export wit ncMoa as to whoa the trial will draw to a close said Mr Delmas If be treats them In the same manner as we treated his experts we shall reach the end speedily Mr Jeromes answer to this statement makes his course appear clear Ho said I am hoping and preparing to upend the weekend somewhere lu the country as though to Imply that the prolonging of trial were not In his handsShould District Attorney Jerome rest his clUe It will bo because of In ability to spring the surprise ho had prepared The surprise It was assert ed was the testimony of William Stur gin who was a friend of Evelyn Nesblt before sho met Thaw or White and who continued to boa bosom friend of Thaw nnd his wife after their mitt rlage and up to the time of the killing of tho architect SMUGGLING THE CHARGE But Arc Suspected of Stealing 135000 Worth of Jewelry New York March 18Arthur Pros ton Green and Charles Ilohror passen gers on the steamer America were ar rested when the vessel arrived from Hamburg charged with attempted smuggling Diamonds and Jewelry to the value of IJSoeo which the cus toms oOlolals alleged the pjleonera had railed to declare wero taken from them The valuable were confiscated and the men held for extradition Thought only the charge of smug BlIiiK WH preferred against the prison Irs hero It is stated by the police that they are wanted abroad In connec tlon with a theft of some JttOW worth of Jewelry and preotous atones and tin London authorities have been notified SPAN OF VIADUCT FALLS Two Sections In the Center of Bridge Collapsed I Cincinnati March 18Two sections l In the center of the Eighth street via duct collapsed Girders superstructure stanchion and tho general construction of the bridge dropped completely out of sight into the swollen muddy waters of the Mill Creek below As a result of the collapse one of tho largest manufactur ing sections of the city Is cut off from traffic Street car service to Price Hill Scdamsvlllc and other outlying western districts is shut off Telephone and telegraph service te that part of tho city Is paralyzed and tho water service to the western bill tops placed In Jeopardy Tho railroads that have been forced to use the Eight street depot are also seriously handicapped LINER STRIKES ON ROCKS 400 Passengers Are AboardSteamer Goes Ashore In a Thick Fog London March lSTh White Stir line steamer Suevlc struck on the rocks near The Lizard In a thick tog Two life boats have been launched and others have been summoned tc the assistance of the vessel Xo loss ol life Is anticipated The Suevlc is ashore on what ii known ns Maentcre Rock under light I house On board the vessel sw 00 passengers and 160 members of tb crew The Sucvlc which is command I ed by Capt Selby Is of 12600 tons and plies between London nnd Auv tralla by way of Cape Town Rioting Peasants Cause Distress Bucharest March 18The peasant are continuing excesses in several I districts of Moldavia The people of that district are In great distress nnd j have telegraphed King Charles Anl the premier Imploring their protection Fatal Maneuvers AJaccIo France March 18Durlnl the maneuvers without lights the tor I pedo boat destroyer Epee rammed Tor pedo Boat No 263 A steam pipe ot i the latter burst killing two men anti mortally Injuring one The towel the torpedo boat nshore EpeeI Powerful Revolt In Wlllcm tad Curacao March 171 dispatch received hero from Cucuta j Colombia announces that a powcrfu revolution baa started In the state ot I Jualllablo S SOUTH AMERICAN PUMA It Is Man Only Friend Among Beats of the Jungle Tho puma or cougar If one of tho largest of tho American fcljduc and Is sometimes called the mountain lion although the resemblance to a lion Is very slight It Is the dreaded panther or painter of North America and many talcs of Its ferocity and blood thirstiness aro current- It Is now rare In ho United States but In South America the puma to give its proper name abounds and there it seems to have lost its ferocity and Is actually a friend to man A traveler In South America who has Investigated this strango subject gives several peculiar instances ot tho pumas friendliness to man Ho tells of a person who had spent mottt of his life on the pampas and who on ono occasion when traveling lost his horse by death and was com yelled to continuo his journey on foot At night ho made his bed under the shelter ot a rock on the slope of a stony sierra a bright moon was shining and about nine oclock In tho evening four pumas appeared two adults with their two half grown young Not feeling the least alarmed at their presence bo did not stir and after awhile they began to gambol together closo to him concealing them selves from each other among the rocks ust at HUtens do and frequent ly whllo pursuing ono another leap- Ing over him lie continued watching them until past midnight then fell asleep and did not wake until morn ing when they had left him I asked him If be had over killed a puma and ha replied that he had killed only ono and had sworn never to kill Knottier Ho said that while out ono day with another herder look- Ing for cattle a puma was found It set up with its back against a stone sad did not move even when hIs companion throw the noose of his lasso over Us neck My Informant then dismounted and drawing his knife advanced to kill It Stilt tho puma mado no attempt to free Itself from the lasso but It suonicd to know he said what was coming for It began to tremble tho tears ran from its eyes and It whined In the most pitiful manner Ho killed It as It ant there unroelst Ing before him but after accomplish ing the deed folt that ho hid com milled a murder It was the only thing ho bad over done In hla life ho added which filled him with rwaono when Uo remembered AH Who have killed or witnessed tliD killing of n puma and I bavo ques honed scores of hullers on this point agree that it resigns itself In this unresisting pathetic manner to death at the hands of maxi Clamllo Gay In his Natural History of Chill says When attacked by man its energy and daring at onco I forsake It and It becomes a weak in offensive animal and trembling and uttering piteous moans and shedding abundant tears It seems to Implore compassion from a generous enemy Tho enemy Is not often generous but many herders havo assured me when spooking on this subject that although they kill tho puma readily to protect their domestic animals they consider it on evil thing to take Its life In desert places where It Is mans only friend among tho wild animals When the hunter is accompanied by dogs then tho puma Instead of drooping and shedding tears in roused to a sublime rago Its halt stands erect Us eyes shine like balls of green flame It spits and snarls like a furious cat The hunters presence seems at such times to be Ignored altogether Its whole attention being given to the dogs aad Its rago directed against themIn Patagonia a sheep farming Scotchman with whom I spent some days showed me tho skulls of five pumas which ho had shot In tho vicin ity of his ranch Ono was of nn excep tionally largo animal and I hero re late what ho told mo of Jils encounter with this puma as It shows Just how the creature almost Invariably behaves when attacked by man end dogs Ho was out on foot with his flock when the dog discovered the animal concealed among the bushes Ho brim left his gun at home end having no weapon and finding that the dogs Oared not attack It where It sat In u defiant attitude with Its back against a thorny bush ho looked about and found a large dry stick and going boldly up to It tried to stun It with a violent blow on the head tint though It never looked at him Ifs fiery eyes gazing steadily at the dogs all the time be could not lilt It for with a quick side uiatcmcnt It avoided every blow The small heed the puma paid him and the apparent ease with which it avoided his best aimed blows only served to rouse his spirit and at length striking with Increased force his stick came to the ground and was broken to pieces For some moments he now stood within two yards of the animal perfectly defenseless and not knowing what to do Suddenly It sprang past him actual Iy brushing against his arm with its dogsiIdog of uncertain breeding ACROBATIC BALLET j IFUNNY Directions for Rigging Up a Most Amusing Performer You probably have among your friends some ono who Is envied by all tho boys because he can stand upon his hands and perhaps walk a few yards In that startling position But what would ho say it you undertook to remain In that position a wholeJevening It you will follow these directions says Good Literature you will sue ceod In surprising aa well u amusing The FunnyAcrobat is your friends and apparently accom plish a wonderful feat In aerobatics First procure a largo roomy pair of gloves that will fairly fit your barn feet such at an old pair of Ioahr sleeved ones Draw them on and ton firmly around tho ankles Now got an old shirt Insert your legs Into tho sleeves and then you aro ready to put on the trousers Two email holos should bo mado In the seat for as you can understand by this time your head U going to be located hero Out Ionic body to help you wriggle Into them and when youve put your arms through the trouser legs have fourIvalet secure tho trousers firmly around your waist by means of a bolt Ho will also have to help you oa with tbo stockings In which you en case your bare arm If you havo a big husky pair of arms you woa need any cotton to iwell It out and mako It look more tike a leg but If your arms are at all thin It would bit 1 a good plan to ntuff In some A pair i of your own shoes will be tho next tea tare to top oft with Most any pair will nt your hand But where It the head going That is tho fun nlot thing of all The head U A gro IOSQUO mask which should be fattened to the neck of your shirt at the empty necksups side down of tr course with the j faco out as shown i In the diagram Awl now go and look at yonraelt In the R Ia M You will be startled t- Me a very queer figure standing head downward and If your friend has been a good valet the Illusion should bo very funcf Indeed But the best war to got tho moatJamusement is to dross up sevornLjrt your friends In a similar manner and then spring them III ono of the num bon of an ovonlng entertainment Tbo piano starts a lively air and out como tho performers If they are at all up to tholr parts the audience should bo In spasms of laughter la a mlnuto at tho capon of tbo Upside downolll They always keep the faces of tho masks toward tho audience It they are well trained r Ingenious jtcowIng r l Teachof Freddy spoil yesterday Freddy with ono oyo on the calea 8 dar Monday =Troy Budget 2 Almost Regretted It 4 When Johnny Larson was 14 years tYold ho had an attack of fever but It left hint deaf The local physicians could afford him no relief and ho ap plied himself assiduously to learningM the deaf and dumb alphabet The x other members of the family were of course compelled4o learn It too In order to boablp to1 converse with 1 wInhowever Johnnys hearing suddenly came back to him assisted no doubt by n slight operation performed by a tnew aurhU who had just come to town Oh Johnny exclaimed his rao them Isnt U delightful to talk to 11fand hear us again tlktjustlearned to talk with the elgnl nguagjBtlIlOfwetafttuje It any aorsjJ n J 11 oo11It0 f And Shaving Material i IK 0niII seeK 0 I f 0x 0 0 WE HAVE THEM AT 100 TO 250 Rtoi For those who prefer tho regular style razor nnd yet hnvo n safety guard nttnched tho Curly Safety Razor is tho thing nt 250 o IThe Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades is im good as It o any 500 Safety Razor made Our prico 150 i0 yo While you Bro purchasing n razor remember that thoro are nor o 2 oral other things necessary to compic to a shaving outfit Strops o lather brushes soap talcum powder anti cold cream nro hero in a o variety of brands and prices o 2 Pocket Kniveso I ioo size wu fool euro that wo havo what yoil want r0 w t I Porter Drug COINCI 1i Prescription 0 0 0 fOS10A0310i1Ot0il0 OtROilOt10t10t10S10i1Ot10tR0AOde0ilOkOkOdt 1oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeqeoooeoooeoeoeo 0 o 0 o a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IQI 9oooeoeoioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoTake Tho Student Volunteer Band will givo n Missionary exorcise led by Mr t Hitler nnd Miss Renick nt the Congregational Church next Sunday morning Tho Subject will be China IIAU are invited Tho Conversation Club moots this week PritlnlJlht at the homo of Prof Lewis Tho subject for dill UcpubIAs Washingtons birthday WM not celebrated M holiday thin year tho faculty havo decided to make Tues tiny March 20th n holiday and cole brntiou day for nil students of Berea i College and their nln Oatm of basketball and perhaps other pportswill occupy the morning hours At noon a barbecue will take placo and after that n program of music anti speeches will bo given Admis vial will to free to all students fnd their parents but they must nil havo tickets which will lx furninhod by Utho committee Students socials ho held on Monday night boo foro tho holiday All parents of stu dente now in tho College nro Invited to nttorid these exorcises Green Bales was hero tho first of the week visiting friend anti rola tirofl Tho Boroa Dank and Trust Co hM moved into its now building on Main street Edgar Wyatt wns in Midway Ky tho first of tho week on business r Mrs S It Baker baa secured Miss I Ellen Richio of Cincinnati to trim for Chriatnau entertained ROMOnt friends last Friday tho features of the evening was a partial parade which was instructive as well as enjoyable r Delicious refreshments wero served I t Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in f a very bad condition Your certainly know what to take then take ItAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consultyourdoctor Wcknow II what he will say about this grand old family medicine Sold for over 60 years MIlt l the Ant qneitlon year doctor weald Mkt Are your bawIsriuIary luknowi that dally action of the bowels U boluttlj eirniurto KMD yourltrraear- nd bowels truulir by g luUtdoss of Arr flue l IIJt1yers I L HAIR VIOOR AGUe CURB- CIfEUY IICTIILU oeooooeooooooeooi Mrs Sallie hums of Hamilton O was in town on business Monday anti Tuesday Vernon Wheoldon and Willie Ilaloy who nro nttouding school nt Williamsburg wore hero n fow days this ltJkIMiss Oma Lakes of Wildio was the guest of Miss Myrtlo Johnson over Saturday and Sunday Robert Cook nUll family formerly of Scaffold Cane hnvo moved into their property on Center Street Work was commenced on Mrs M A Cooks house on Center street Saturday aftornoon tile boys of Dr Cowloys Sunday School olnss under eighteen years of ago will piny n game of basketball with any of tho other boys attending Sunday school at tho Parish House Lot its have a good crowd out to cheer the boys Tho ladies of tho Baptist Church met at tho homo of Mrs L A Davis Saturday afternoon Tho purpose of tho meeting was to raino money to pay for n wnlk to bo built in front of churchTho child of Mr and Mrs Binnui Pitts has beo4i quite ill Mr Jeff Settles and Mrs Stella HichanWon of Big Hill wife of the late Tom lUcluinlrton were married Inst Thursday at tho homo of Rev Robert Ambrose Miss Margaret Creech received a telegram Friday reporting tine illness SaturdayJSaturdayfromports of different oflicers for the pro nClOptedThoidly both in power nud in member ship Thoro are now enrolled 120 members The following officers yearPresGrace Maiden Sec Puttie Moores Troas Corn Ilylton Dr nnd Mrs P Cornelius loft Tuesday afternoon for Tulsa Okln whore they go to JivecNino persons wero received into tho membership of tho Union Church last Sunday morning Mr W F Kidd has purchased tho property of 00 Ilhodus on Mnin St Mr R E Moye of Scaffold Cane has rented tho propoty of Mr Kidd goodslllffristhe now building next to tho Porter Drug Co 2ftlirrorsStands 1 Figure y MRS A T FISH Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holliday nt the Berea Bank nnd Trust Company I Tho marriage of Miss Hnllio L Hill jo Dr Robert Dougherty was afternoon1lnrch tiful country homo of tho bride at Valley View Ky tho attendants being Miss Broolwlilro and Mr Hislo Miss Harris nnd Mr Hill brother of tho bride Immediately after tho ceremony tho bride and groom left for tho South The bride is tho eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J M Hill Tho groom is a promising young dentist of Rich mond I Inrawrll t n Dr Cornclliu It is with genuine regret that the people of Boron give tho parting word to Dr1J Cornelius who with his estimable wife leaves this week to establish home in Tulsa Indian TerritoryDr is a native Kontuck inn was a student in Boron College nod after taking his medical course in Louisville began tho practice of his profession hero In nil tho years since thou ho line steadily grown in to tho hearts and lives of the people not only of tilt town but of the community for miles around IIo has built upa practice and acquired a reputation of which any physician might well be proud His work has boon lucrative but that is far from being its chief characteristic Like tho good Dr McClure in the Bonnie Briar Bush his work has been one of lore and self sacrifice The people have been his people and in serving them he has never spared himself The entire significance of such a service cannot bo know Thorn is scarcely n home for miles around but could ndd its testimony to tho Doctors skill and kindness His rare insight into difficult cases and his admirablo way of handling them havo saved ninny a life The community takes his dopar ture as n personal loss It grieves not only the loss of his rare skill ns n practitioner but because hula go lug takes away n valuable friend aid wise couiipellor But Boreas loss is anothers gain wo congrntulitto tho Jltopltt of Tulsa lu socurili g the stlnice or a bight grads physician and surgeon and the fellowship of a Christian gentleman It is salt to prophesy that Dr and Mrs Cornelius will do nothing but good wherever thoy go llnniiif In III Indlr of tlir Clio Cluli On Monday March 18th tho Clio Club was banqueted by the gentle men members at the Masonic Hall Tho guests began to arrive at 815 oclockand enjoyed a social hour until 0 oclock Then as tho orches trn played a march they marched into tho banquet hall to their places nt tho table During tho serving of the several splendellenjoyment of the occasion After justice hall been done to the fine supper J M Early as toast master explained why tho company was gathered together and the value ofsocial intercourse Ho then introduced Mr W H Porter who presented the toast A Fellow Feel in which carried with it the thought of the good will inspiration onlybyMrs Cornelius was then intro duced to respond to tho toast Our Hosts Her words won hearty ap plause Theo tho toastmaster lot his wit have sway nUll by this intro ductlon given to Mr Woolf high expectations woro raised for tho toast Tho Club to which ho responded most satisfactorily Mr Woolf spoke of tho value tho Club has been to its mombero of the high standard of its literary work and of the good fooling existing nnd increasing among iU mombero and their friends After this Mr Early spoke of the faithful earnest life and work in Berea of Dr Cornelius anti of his ninny friends and asked him to re spend to tho toast Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot Tho Doctor certainly assured then that it would not and made them feel tho value of a true friend The Clio Club loses in Dr and Mrs Cornelius true and earnest members who will bo greatly missed in tho literary and social undertakings of the club The Club and its friends wish thom God speedand success which will undoubtedly bo theirs in their new homo Those present at tho banquet were as follows Mr and Mrs J M Early Mr asp Mrs It H Chrfsmau Jtfr nnd Mrs G E Porter Mr nnd Mrs W II Porter Dr nnd Mrs L A Davis Dr nnd Mrs Baker Dr anti Mrs Cornelius Dr and Mrs Cowloy Dr and Mrs Best Miss Winifred Campbell Mr IL C Woolf A choice lino of dress goods no lions embroidery laces muslin underwear readymade waists Amer lean Beauty Corsots newest styles in spring hints and everything in ladies wearing apparel at MRS S R BAKERS I soebeoeooeoeoe0eoeoeoeoeoCollege e o o i HERE AND THERE o 0 oSoeoeoeoeoeoSoeoeoeoeoeoiMajor the board of trustees visited tho College a few days this week on his rd turn trip to New York from Cuba I Mr James Moore State Secretary of the Y M C A is expected in Berea on Friday of this week Work on the new addition to the Parish house is now started Prof Calhoun of Lexington will speak on Missions as a Life Work SundnyovenillgY M and Y W C Alnd C E Society Miss Maud Shoemaker of Wash Inglon D Cvisited her brother Howard u few days this week Tho Y W C A hold their annual hiiniiicfis meeting for tho election of officers for the coming year on last Saturday and the following officers were elected President Miss Lillio Chrismati Vice President Miss Grace Maiden Secretary Miss Patti Moores Treasurer Miss Cora Hylton girlbudled tho Sunday night meeting th topic being Character Building A largo crowd was out at the Chapel Monday night to hear Miss liobiusonB lecture on her trip to EuropePresident and Mrs Frost arrived this week Wednesday afternoon to remain ton days Tho following sweet verses were written by Jessie L Baker tho thirteen year old daughter of Her and Mrs W II Baker who were for a number of years students in Bore previous to Mr linkers graduation in 1885 Mr linker is pastor of tho Congregational Church in Rootstown Ohio Tho verses were published in Tho Advance of February 28th from which we repint them They wore not written for print but have been published because they seemed wor thy of it A CHILDS PIlAYKltJ- RftMRL monk 1 know not whet to d 0 God hlIdeTherefore I helplermud arightIone1 hrlplrw am e a onto babe Oh guide me day ty day logLpbokifromKeep 1ft heart ml I rie- Up6orneon angels wings dayIndAndrModjeska and Barrymore Mme Modjeskn once undertook at roliwirsnl to correct her lending mnn Maurice Itarryniore In regard to what she doomed his erroneous conception of eortaln vocnl Inflections He paid no attention to her Injunctions Aagry at his apparent Indifference she snld at last What do you know about acting I made you what you are So I dare you to tell me what Is right and what Is wrong Burrymore swung around and faced Motljoskn pretending to resent her lecture You made met ho cried derisively Why I was an actor before the public when people Old not know when they looked at you whether you were a woman or a tooth wash Tills had reference to the London billboards on which Modjeskas name had been Interwoven with snipes that hero used to advertise a tooth wash Two Peculiar Bird Tho great bustard Otis tarda a bird still found hi the southern prov laces of Russia Is the hoariest Euro Penn fowl In size It exceeds tho Nor wegian blackcock The old males at talus n weight of thlrtyQvo pounds and where food Is plentiful specimens weighing thirtyeight pounds and oven forty pounds have beets captured Those birds havo disappeared from western Europe where once they wero almost as numerous as partridges and are seen only in small Hocks In the sand kills skirting the lower valley of the Dnieper nnd here and there along the north coast of the Caspian Tho hen lays eggs as big as ordinary pears A larger and heavier bird tbo cassowary Is Incapable of night but It can kick with tho strength of a mule and uses tho sharp bossy quills of Its wings as a cock uses his spurs London Saturday Review Whistlers Effective Addition James A Mac elll Whistler the American artist who lived so long In Lwndon hull Ills own way of dealing with patrons After ho had painted tho ceiling of tho famous peacock room for Mr Leyland tho latter refused to poly tho bill declaring It exorbitant Whistler did nothing for some weeks then ho made another trip to tho room put on his studio clothes and set to work In front of ono of the two pea Loylandtiers finishing touches brought a friend to seo the room To their astonishment they beheld a peacock grasping a lingo pilo of gold coins in ono of Its claws Next morning tho artist received n check for payment in full together with n polite offer of extra payment If ho would restore that portion of tho picture under the birds claw to the original design C 1 1- 1t k tat +o Fa hor o+04 o+o Fo +o Fo +o +o+ood o+o+o+od o+o+o4 o Fo Fo4 o40+ o I i 3 Real Estate Reasons 31 t THERE ARE THREE REASONS WHY j YOU SHOULD CALL ON THE BEREA 1BANK AND TRUST COMPANY FOR t REAL ESTATE fJJ w f THEY ARE RESPONSIBLEi i +o Being backed by a Capital of Fifty Thousand Dollars o they are responsible for what they tell you They will give you absolutely the best nnd most reliable information 1o that can bo obtained in regard to Real Estate values in Berea and Madison County and will always see that you get n oo +squarodeal+ Q o + c- i THEY ARE EXPERIENCED f i j + They are the oldest and most experienced Real + people in this county By actual experience they knowo i imoro about the value of property in nnd about Berea than o any one else you could consult + o J 1THEY HAVE WHAT YOU WANT They have for sale a large list of good farms business l houses and desirable town property in Borea for you too 0choose from No matter what you want in the lino of Relit + oEstate they tail always give you a bargainoo G D HOLLIDAY Manager Real Estate Department o 0 t 1 +n + 1 + BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO 1 I o 0 fCAPITAL 50000001 t o SURPLUS 1000000 t to ++o o i law o J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier 2 o I Fo +o Fob o +o FQ +o+o+o+o +o +o+o 1o Ft ro+a+o +o+o+o+o Fo +oo 1orf ro 0 WHEN YOU WANT It Y YGROCERIESIYPROMPTLY DELIVERED ac TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN rf oA 550BestIt a- o Best Canned Corn per can osc i i NAVEN LAUNDRYJ n + B Richardson o 7lll onowo roroKokottoatoatoKOKOrororor LOOK firMe LABEL I Turn the inside pocket KANTBEBEATthats i Its a mark of honesty and i quality llKANTBEBEAT it is 0 K- Pockets braced inside collars made right shoulders built up GcuttingThe makers stand behind I every garment branded KANT BEBEAT I We claim this clothing is sutI perior to socalled tailor made are receiving a full line of SKREEMER SHOES for men i WE at 400 AMERICAN LADY SHOES for 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OUt and IKt cent atampa The date after JO name on label hnwv tc what date ynur Iritotll paid 11 iv our chanted witWu hue wetka utter renewal notify uu- araieaingnumbert wiN tnvldlranpillrd if we te Fine lrerolnnia Blven for new nbacriptlnne nd prompt renewal SMH tut lrcuiiuui l t Liberal term given to any who olin new autiacriptionti for UI Any uiir mlinB 110 lour yurlJ ibwrlplfantcan these rIt Cititcu fret fUthrmoelfor one year raIn Oil appticaiicn 0 Vrltara of KKNTfCKV 1S ASSOCIATION ladluiapolls college gIrls have branded n secret society Initiate with nitric acid Well girls will be girls A Chicago alderman approves the Idea that men wear purple clothes It is Impossible to get ahead of Chicago Carnegie has given Van Illinois col lego 4000 but nobody can stop In these busy days to notice a bagatelle like that Nebogaton a Russian admiral convicted of cowardice has been sen tenced to spend ten years In a mill i taVy prison lIe seems to be destined to live up to his name Fears aa to the exhaustion of the nitrate beds in Chill are not shared by the government which claims there is enough left for centuries at double the present rate of oxporta tlon The Spaniards do have such polite ways Instead of bluntly inviting ox hibitors to their international automobile show they par ticipation In the Prirnera Exposlcion Jntemaclonalo Automoblllsmo de Coo llsmo y de Deportee en Espana Mrs Mary E Lease makes the striking statement that ES per cent ot the women workers of the United States have been abandoned by their husbands She doesnt make it quite plain however whether they were F I abandoned because they were work ers or whether they are workers because they were abandoned JapanA vinced that there will be no war And that is the most Important fact ot all If the Japanese have an exaggerated idea of their own importance there is some excuse in recent events and they will find a remedy In their own common senseColumbus Dispatch Prof Albert Bushnell Hart cnun elates a great truth when In com jnentlng on the open declaration ot Charles Francis Adams in Virginia that under similar conditions I would myself have done exactly what Lee did lie says If all men did exactly what Mr Adams does or thought what be thinks the world would lose the Interest of expecting Mr Adams next point of assault Sir William Crooks who is credited with discovering a practical method of drawing nitrogen from the atmos phere and converting It Into nitric add and fertilizers not a chemical manna dropped from the sky as a substitute for Bread but an economic weans of doubling the fertility of soils Is a modest man says the Indianap Je11s Star content with searching after truth and too closely engrossed with Ills work to talk about it boastfully or to pretend that he has dodo any wing remarkable Prof Thomas of Chicago unlver BUy fame thinks the ancient mode of capturing wives by force preferable to modern Institutions of matrimony- 31r Bernard Shaw who can give Chicago professors cards and spades on the noble art of getting notoriety withoutjWaltlne advances the theory that in modern society woman Is the InntLT and man the game she mercl Jeasly tracks down These two gen llemen might join forces in evolving a theory of social revolution whichh takes the race back to the primitive I 4layg were it not for tho fact that the race has no use for freak theorists 4 Pig iron and diamonds are the true i Barometers of trade conditions When i Iron is prosperous with strong demand and high precious stones are always in the ascendant Last 4 year the production of pig Iron reached the enormous total ot 25pOO WO tons the price rose and at the present time iron products cannot be obtained at deliveries sooner than four to six months Last year the United States imported diamonds to aka value of 134000000 by far the largest amount in our history Dla Imonds and pig iron travel up and the scale together I 1 h C taubUlutury iRe1iginn tIjr RrIigiuxt of fIfe 3lTutnrr By PROF JOHN MERLE COULTER Head Botany bccirtmcnt University of Chlcio u IB I s MJOHATOIIY religion wjll be the religion of tho future There is no jiossildii reason why tin modern laboratory methods of education should not be used in religion as wall us in the dntsrooin Jn religion we have tho same general materials ns in science and we should make our udjustmonts flivonlingly 1 have built up a creed by this method The threw points in it nrelunselRelme3s service nnd communion The problem- S a tlwir uglyto diva till most olTcctive life We must adjust ourselves t6 conditions fdentifioally und the throe must important things lire ouch sell ones fellow men und ones God It is the centrifugal lifo that is elloctivo Tho best relation with our follow men is ono of service ami you cannot render this without unaolf ishness Society is characterized nt present by an instability of ethical stand ards Jleii do not look deeply into thcliiHjlvos or Und the lMwiof conduct upon which thejVtn rest It is said this ia becauso Uio lOpeHENRYJUDSON 8on up var wo adapted these elements In n different way We need not lenni to fear a specific und real evil that may come to us in regard to the future lifo but a now conception of evil working in our souls And MO need not leer to hopo for tho slIme very definite thing in regard to tho future life but for a joy beyond painting rued past imagining Why should one try to imngine the oxncl conditions of the future life Personally Iflo nut tare to know But no human sonl without the reality of personal religion is sate It is the anchor awl wdtjioNt the anchor no one can be safe wbr NrutI 0 Agritultural1Era By GEORGE E HOLMES Chief of Division of Foreign Market 80 proiniacnt lmve become changes in the condition of farmers- in recent year that it isI worth while to aI general survey of agriI to un derstand that nr ere has come to the occupa tion of the The period of depm iation and of mmneinl and disaster in farming came to its end with the close of the last century After many long yours of small profit and perhaps of no profit at till the fArm- ers of tIle United States have at last come to their own In place of a subsistence if not deficit as the result of a years agriculture as was too often the case the lust half dozen years have conceded the old mortgage closed the account at the store whore tit years supplies were advanced made the farmer a buyer of land for investment and elected him to be the director of the hank Tho chonj land of nation state and railroad that can be readily and inexpensively placed under cultivation is gone The vast ware of immi grants that rolled upon it was turned back within ten years with such and denness that the economic structure of agriculture loose anti wOak before received a that tightened every bolt and brace The blighting competition of new land undergoing robbery of its fffrfilfty suddenly lost itd reinforcements while in the areas lorjg under the plow that had been robbed to thy limit entered upon the next historic phase of agriculture crop rotation live stock and renewal of fertility Students of agricultural economics agree that the cost of agricultural production has been diminishing Machines cost less than theysave in wages Fences aro built and maintained less labor and cost than when made of rail and bbard and post and besides the tendency is tc reduce fence mileage In the farmers new economic position he is making sonic acquisitions which years ago seemed forever beyond his rcauh For ninny long years the planter found himself outside of the economic breastworks in the productiqn and distribution of cotton but the high prices that came to him in and have remained most of the time since have been the means of now placing him in a position which is perfectly unassailable unless there shall be a series of crop failures long and severe enough to restore the crop lien system and to put him back into bondage to capitalists for advancements of supplies Thi of iulwnl1- iu truruhugg By MR J W SMITH BureauI the the rnlturalcouditieme discouragement Itinctly observations meteorologist and weather forecasts pe made more general accurate uniform halted zen years congress appropriated 20000 for establishment of stations I from which kites were tp be sent np for upperair records About score of these stations were established in accordance with the provisions of this appropriation but it was discovered that nothing like uniformity of ascension could ho made At one point for example a kite might be flown at nine oclock in the morning but at another point it might be three oclock in the afternoon before could be sent up It was thus dis covered to be impossible to make a synoptic chart of atmospheric condi tions although individual records at isolated points their own value It is now planned to employ balloons for the purposes which it was attempted to employ kites and there appears to be no reason this plan should not work successfully By ue of the balloon upperair obI sflrvations tray be macje at uniform heights and at uniform hours and the conditions which will bo recorded by the instruments in balloons will of course afford the weather forecaster much better basis for fore casts It will be possible to all the conditions prevailing at any given time over a very extensive ntTn area and this information j will be of utmost value in perfecting the weatherfofccast service The i balloon will undoubtedly prove to be a complete I satisfactory agent in this service and in this field the balloon lies a future of practical usefulness I take a farmer bare a jolt with 1001 the may and Some o ago the a a kite haul for why the the a very learn the I NATION AND STATE SENATOR BEVERIDGE DEFINES REPUBLICAN POSITION Nation Power Above That of State to Right Evil or Secure Benefit for the Whole Amerl can People In a printed debate on the subject of states right between Senator Itoveridgo nnd William Jennings Bryan appearing in the Header Mug azine Senator Uoveridgo refers to the recent contest waged by advocates of states rights iipulnut curtain fUll oral legislation tho Louisiana State lottery the sending of obscene liter aturo through the malls the meat bill utc4 etc and defines the position of the Republican party on future meas pros as follows When an evil or a benefit is so widespread that It affects so much of the country ns to be called national tho nations power should bo equal to oml that evil or secure that benefit to tho American people When an evil or bonollt Is puroly local and affects none of tho American people except that part of them who live In tho state whore the evil exists or the benefit can be applied and nowhoro else the stato should end that evil or secure that benefit Tho storm raised by the boot trust scandal caused tho passage of the pure food bill and states rights though sorely wounded made little outcry becauso It would have been most unpopular You will observe that j states rights is a very politic creature and seldom becomes excited for M arty except when some financial In tweet Is endangered by tho assertion of nationality States rights Is not often marl of unless financial later eats are threatened and not even then If tho people happen to be sni flelontly aroused against an ev I j which nationality will end An example Immediately at hand I Child slavery exists In the mining re goons and in the silk Mills of Frnnxvl Tania the cotton factories of the south tho glut works of New Jer set and WoK Virginia and Indeed ut numerous points throughout the whole raimbllc Scores of thousands of lit tie children from five to H years of ago are compelled to work from ton to 12 hours a day to their yhyvlral mental and moral rain and the de generacy of the race And now behind the mask of states rights the Interests profiting by child labor are frantic against the proposal law prohibiting Interstate commerce in the products of child tabor thle too although states rights Is not tech nically touched by the bilL The states do not and eon not slop It Powerful Interests which exploit the people and tho nations resources can more easily handle a smaller per tion of the American people for tholr purposes than they can handle the on tiro 0000000 of the people for their purposes And If they aro defeated In one state one small subdivision ot tho American people they always have 45 other chances The extent to which tho Amen can people are divided Into states precisely measures the extent to which their power to end abuses is diminished It Is all summed up In the republics motto United we stand divided wo fall This does not moon destruction of tho states In their natural spheres ot action And their natural spheres of action are described by the phrase local government All tills the growth in population woven Into a unit by railroad tele graph and telephone creates new problems which the old theory of states rights never contemplated and new necessities on the part of the peo plo which states rights can not supply But the peoples problems roust bo solved the peoples necessities supplied Each day makes it clearer that only tho nation can do this That Is why the nation is doing It It tho states could do that work bettor nothing could prevent them from do- Ing it It Is because the nation Is the only force equal to the dally developing needs of the people that nationality Is developing and for nocother reason In all of this there is no harm but only the welfare of the people for It is merely the peoplo themselves acting in common for their common good It is understood that in tho sent ments expressed Senator Uevcrldgo speaks for the administration Where the Farmer Comes In In the calendar year 190G American manufactures of iron and steel ex ported to foreign countries amounted in value to J172500000 against JH3 OflPOOO in 1905 I123COOOOO In 1904 and 99000000 In 1903 having thus Increased 75 per cent In three years This 172500000 for 1906 11 high rec ord of exports of iron and steel man ufactures Paid to the producers of the United States by consumers in other parts of the world It Is tho equivalent of yearly wages of 500 orkmen 4he channels of supply The Ameri can farmer got a very liberal share of the 172500000 ot foreign money thus spread around for the extra force of wage earners employed In producing the goods exported together with their families consumed probably ten times tho quantity of American farm products thAt would have been consumed by foreign work frs engaged abroad In producing the 172500000 worth of Iron and steeL sit tl llw NO DIAGRAM IS NEEDED William Whitmans Position on Tariff Easily Understood We ought not to allow our Indus trial system to bo made a political plaything From a speech of WIl- liam Whitman at Boston Mr Whitman Is president of tho National Association pi Woolen Man ufacturers Ho was talking about tar Itt revision No diagram Is needed to explain ills position N Y Sun Mr Whitmans position It easily un derstood Briefly It Is that tko uproar for tariff revision has politics as Its origin and development Ho knows that It Is being utilized by political Bcheinere as a moans to an end AI a large employer of labor with big ptV rolls to moot and a heavy output ct manufactured products to market lid naturally objects to tho surrender of tho countrys Industrial Interests to tho tender mercies of political gamer stoat Fie does not play politic lie is a producer and a wage payer Tc him and many thousands similar situated tariff stability Is a vital requisite to business stability a con dltlon too important to bo made a po litical plaything That is his position and It needs no diagram When boob now men of the stump ot William Whitman raise thotr voices in pro aCmlaIGuild and POM It Is time for the Re publican party to tako notice CHANGE OF DIET NOT WANTED Tariff Itofurm Food frta That grots diet Is very harmful lot mo toed you some of this Uncle Samoh go lung That stuff might do fur a man who M sat ting ready to dlo tilt not forte wan who has more work than he eta tie The Difficulty The New York Tribune remarks that It ought not to be difficult for the United States and Qermaay to demo to a satisfactory understand ing True It ought not to be film cult Hut it has been made difficult by the alliance between tariff ripping Republicans and tariff ripping Demo drat working in such organizations as tho American Reciprocal Tariff league to brook down the protective rates of tho Dlngley tariff Germany has been misled by this combination Into supposing that American senti mont supported her demand for tariff concessions She Is now discovering her error and accordingly postponed her maximum tariff another IB months Once Germany is convinced that tho United States has no Inten tion of abandoning Its protective tar iff system there will be no difficulty In coming to an understanding Cummins Lets Go of the Tariff As Coy Cummins did not mention tariff revision either In his message or his Inaugural address the matter can be considered closed It was a long hard fight and wo hope now tho governor will steady down and pull true fn the party traces A po litical party is always in need ot lenders that they should study well the desires ot their party and aid In bringing about Us wishes If the gov error finds himself today simply a leader of a faction ho can lay the blame on no one but himself It may bo a temptation to be In advance of public sentiment but one Is apt to give more weight to his own opinion than the merit of tho case warrants and he finds himself stranded and wonders why Vlnton Eagle First the Minimum Secretary trot in a speech recently favored that kind of tariff reform that will place the country on a maximum and minimum tariff basis This kind of a change has been advocated for some years and one of Its earliest and ablest advocates has been the secretary of tho treasury It repre sents a vital principle and one with which discriminations on the part of oilier countries against the United States can bo most successfully combated The country that treats us fairly will bo given tho minimum tar lit and the other the maximum tariff It is the kind of a tariff properly safeguarded that we may have In this country at some time in the near fu ture Cedar Rapids Republican Lena Windy Streets The longest street In the United States and In the world as well Is Western avenue Chicago which Is 22 miles longItI nearest rival Is Hal sted street also in Chicago which is twothirds of a mile shorter Halsted street Is sq much more closely built up that It Is usually spoken of M the longest street in the world Had jTHE j with Her Husband r Too was just over In the Liscombo cottage The student lamp shone softly on tho table the fire biased and crackled cheerily on tho hearth and the baby a peach ohcoked Itttlu orontiiro ot a yostr old lay In Its cradle sound asleep with one pink flat doubled up on tho counterpane tho oUior nestled against Us toed And Mrs Micoinbe had Just brotuht out her mending basket for a pleas ant evenings work She looked up from her worm an George canto In from an opposite room Oh George you are not MotaK out tonight she cried I uvoluntar fly as iho noticed that ho had his hat and overcoat on Just for a little while Net You sold that last night sad you didnt come until IS oclock Now darling dont be a sues laughed Uwxnnbo airily pinching tel cheek A man cant always burrow at home nice a mote In his tracks e And George added Janet Morv Ing herself to the point of ri9rala sirnnco with a visible effort whey you did corn horn you you hail boon drinking Uscombo frowned darkly and then went out Ono by oaw the big drops ptaahwt down on her work as she meehasitasvl ly stitched on Janet Ueoottttw lad j been a drunkards daughter An the first years of her life had hewn spent In dally witness of the terrible stout 1 1or the curse of drink And she asked berewlf elasplruc her hands IN a son of saute despair have I gut to live all ihls over stain in my own house No she Mid with sudden decision I will nut tw a drunkards wife neither shall Neu vie lit a drunkards child The nazt nliht she made no com ment whets Georun put wi hat bet and overcoat except to uk him ran le aly whither he was going There were three or four ftwUl and drouiky souls at Morris saloon thai events Gerald IMkenan WM there the foreman In the hat wanttfaetar tag establishment where Uscotab worked Twn Dally whew wits took In sewing old Mr HoMPMol whose Marfe nose betokened his diurnal habits with unfailing a etir atjr and Joo Prtenshy who wren raceme fer the PetkiinBUm Gasctto Mipplled the poets earner and be Nevod firmly In the llyrotc theory that gin and geodes went hand In hand And George Unxmibe sitting In their midst ww JMt oommewctaK hie fourth name at poker whoa th t door opened and Janet walked la Kvorybody stared areund U any prlic IJfoonihe dropped hU cards Janet he cried out Yes Mr IJneorabe sold his wife unloosening her bonnet striae with j deliberation ISTls any one sick Is it BeftiM questioned the husband I Well no one In portloitar Mrs Uscombe calmly answered HeMte is a tube Inclined to croup but I have loft Mrs Wlngalo with hwM Then what brings you borer naked Useombo with gathering du- I OftIlUre Oh retorted Mrs Llsoombo with a defiant tops of the head I wu lonely at home and I thought 1 might as well come around here This Is no place for a woman said LIscombe lowering his voice to a tone of angry remonstrance If Its no place for n woman Its no place for a man salt Janet At all events here I shall spend the eveningiSho is as much your child as mlno retorted Janet Give mo a glass ot Dublin stout Mr Mortar U you please Janet gasped Liscombo scarlet with mortification and anger Let me atone said she with an impatient shrug of the shoulders You drink and I shall claim the same privilege I am tired of sitting tamely down by the fire Henceforth when you go out I shall go too Liscombo looked around tot his hiltIA woman In such a place aw that ho almost shouted when the green baize doors lead swung to behind them Is It any worse titan d man In suoh a place as thatT I Janet George I You aro determined to drive me frantic he uttered clenching hisitooth Not at all my dear said Janet I am only trying to keep from be lag driven frantic myself And hero after I wish yon to understand that I mean to acconipany you to your ovent Slaylead I liquor saloon George LIscombe said no more lie walked quietly home with his wife I und sat silent and thoughtful tho rest of the evening But the next morn- Ing ho klsacd Janet in the old lover like fashion before he went to work- Net said he lo been thinking- Alndaithougli I was very angry with you last night I do believe you were right Ill go no more to these pocesJucy Randall Comfort In a Good Literature I I ROM ALL OVERTHE STATE ij l CALLING CARD f PiPersIFound In His IVan Dyke Vanished Jaytiter nll1ng a call iK card of an HCtresB In Uio private contractorIJinddllty and Van Dyke lta rayotorl usy illsnpjipartMl Before leaving torso hotvofor ho and lite who carne 0 an aKrotttuent and much of his prate urty in thin city has beam made over M tat wire nail two ohlldron Mrs Van Drko was formerly Mls nna Clark of Mnysvlllft Ky whore ho 011 ti bello before hug murrlnRe sight years ago When iforiiMxl liy tla waft Von Dyke did not tinny Ills guilt Iud his wife took his Hlltwoe us i conviction Mrs Van Dyke declines to sdvo taw name ol the actress who 110 soys is a grass widow aswl 40 roam apj Who see says will be named ia eore Kud it In tho divorce suit to lie nud CONSTRUCTION Of the Pine Mountain Railroad Is Abandoned By the L N i llarbovrvill JCrTbo advarso rail toed UtglslaUon being euaetwl thnwsh out tho country has It Is bo Itovwd eauteil tito IeilvlIo k Nasitvnio railway ys4em to aben lion the ounntmetlen of tho Pine XIiMa aln railroad a Umlto extonsKm oonltl1leIXHiNttue for it year past Orders lave been bamwl calling oft the rasa en VNNU In eonstreetlon oak aad the pMolate boAt line whkb operatic be lwen this eHy and the poM whore aoHSUwettuH work Is utidur way has- been SHinpemted Already Uie I A N bee INCH Jo great mcpetwe In bn in ulac the flee sweral u kavlac been contpletwLPOUND STRANGLED By Hla Halter Dot Owner Denies That Horse Committed Suiolde liedsptn ICDsntag attkea4 nf a tope Italiurwl sad tttratigted to Joaili huts tile horse bolnoRlHK to Burl fY ef UeeNHic Beast oeHnly when slay went te the stable ta buck aim to MB kMketer wa an UariHS the night May was awakftnw ky the homes vkJtettt kloklng avelMct the shlus ut the stalls and neighing lead ty tad AS he iwddtmly stepped the liMe May let the JnoHltuu peas irotn his mind When the horse was sin lilod he ens tired unit worn but ne was well fed Mays nrtgkbors mo torn to think the homo committed nut oidtv May dtoerodHH tho theory UNDER THE NOSES Of Guards One of the Fifteen Moan shiners Made His Escape OooTKoUrvn Ky iPlltoan moansJiln era brought hero Irom Peanlifort for i lodgment In Scott county Jail were 1maNlbCtfl truni tho P C depot to f ward the JM headed by Jailor Klnloy and with the rear guarded by Uopuly United Slntos Marshal Nat OnnltJ When ooimUnl later UISMI was qneI r hittt Ono iHhlnJ the jailer luimwl on his I bout JIll waJhod down the line past the roar guard who fallwl to rcoognlgui Mia an n luouiuhlner He wa seen liy JlcjUty Agent Itiiall runulnc xi ward the ParIs plka- ECrENTRIC WOMAN Left Sa4O To a Friend Whem She Admired Lwtestpn JrTto kill of the dale Susan r AMon boquMthlng 40000 to W J IxinRhbridgo of this city was probated Louchbrldeo Is no relation to Aim Allen and the nvoucy was left to lilci la consideration stys Mrs U I len sot Ills kindness to me mad on JMV countof Uw admiration I have for him tho interest I fool In him and because I brlkve taut ha will at lent be grate ful for uy favor 1 snake to him Mrs Allen was widely known on account of her eecctrcltlo3 SIlo spent a for tune riding on the street car It is titlnmtcd that oho role COOO tulles iu the lout 15 years oC her life From a Carriage Lexington KyWhen attempting to cross a swollen crook on the Lyulo pike near this city B E Drake of the linn of Drake d Marshall and RoRvr Nichols of the Kentucky Stock rtinri were washed from their car rhigc but torero rescued by Steven Wllloms with a pale mid rope Tho horse was drowsed Post ceLoaded Georgetown KP08tU1DIt er Sin clair found that the safe of thcl OBt ounce lad beta rlfod of U Q In cash nod nM the stamps In light There Is no dear to Uio robber Teamsets Strike Ky Louisville Js con the possibility ot another 1JAulUle tho dctnanda to be made Of the Tcsinstcrs union by their employers Tho pier day nail recogaIU lot tht uplon Shot In Self Defense MIHcrAburfH RyClinrlui Wilson a restaurant man shot and Instantly killed Janigs Y1Jor at the Shady Grove Thohotiting was the result uf sn old grudge Yeagsr cJalm ielfdeense I INJUREDI Moving Picture Machine Explosion PadHcali KyA stampede In an olootrioal thonter on roadway result ed In the Injury of the following Mora McConn aged 1C knocked down and trampled on and wry sort ously lirulswl Jerome Chapel aged 12 bruised abort chest and head lluth ItwiiiiB ngwl 11 knocked down and trainplPd under toot arms aaiUnmi John Maxtor left arm sprained A moving idcturo nmclilno exploded and Uie film took fire while the place was fllled with children In too mail risk to tho one small ojdt many little ones were knocked down and trampled on unit tilt greatest excitement pe- VRI Corwln Ixickmoro an actor rushed In and knoekud down several men who blocked the door Mary A Parrot aged IT was pullud through the ticket window by taco when In time to pre sent tier front being crushed by the crowd VICTORIES GAINED Qy Temperance Element In Kentucky Encourages Christian Endeavorert Lexington Kyr Hoporta ot commit lees am adilruswu took up tho greAt- er part of the day at the state conven loa of the Christian Kndcavorors Thero was much enthusiasm over the rlctartm glued In Kentucky by tho TheIV Rvaaa ot Lexington procldont Shelby Sbanklln of Qeornetown vice pnwIOoat II hw Margaret Owes of L RiaatiiD eeCMMary ails Mary Idly of PTOkfcfnft treasurer Tho place for boldtag the next convention was left the eaeeuUre commlUco There worn tftO dal sQtc present byl+ rB a I Adilrean la reply During the session statht ics were rend showing that tho Christian Hnawrw society Is 2C yours I old urn Awing that brief space ot thue n Lea lIMa organised ru 10 dlf orgiulluIOWUM PARALYZED By ihe Sudden Closing of a Folding Bed Was Policeman Donahue Ijwdnataa KyFrom a blow on the heart ky a sudden closing of a folding lied JofkolIHRO Jaintn Dunahuv of this etc was knocked tpeecblmti uncon scions and bocamo parttlyxod on his right Hide at his residence on Mary land avenue lie la tho brotherla law of M P MoMoy auditor of the Cincin nail Southern railroad and Attorney John Molloy both of Cincinnati and of Jetties Molloy exmayor of Car thaco O Donahue was repairing tha bed at the time of the accident and n0 ono was present In tho room wife board him fall and when she reached his aide she found him tin ctinoJoas spc chloss and paralyzed and the bed closed down He has bout In thH boat uf health for years WOMEN AND CHILDREN Helped T Win the Day For Temper ante at Richmond Ky Klbhmood layThe citizens by US majority said that the 12 saloons la Ulchmund roust jiu The whisky men carried only ono precinct out of fo r- Tito feature of the day was a procession In which 3008 school children took part each chfld carrying A long bnnofeE on which was Inscribed Vote VOT Me They starched to All of the votlpB lie tIw where At the Cross and Aiuerkai were sung The omen played n most important unit The weather was very rainy and the mud was deep but this did not deter them They donned gum boots and raincoats and yadcd right In- Miners Officers Owcn lioro KyAt the 11061 loa of time United Mine Workers of tho Western Kentucky district the following of ficers were elected National board member President Kit Ilaraaby vice president W O Smith secretary treiuurer J T Mains A O Stanley addressed an open meeting ot tho mi nets nnd local unions at the court house Tried To Drown Self Lexington Ky Haunted by the de luslou of having committed a crime John F TrocKer aged CO of Clncln nail sought to drown himself in a pond at Ueendalo and has been arrested on the charge of lunacy He is a wood worker and Is tho tether ot threw married daughters and two un married eons In Cincinnati Tobacco Burned Ilnrrodeburg Ityrrhe large tobac co warehouse of A k 0 13 Napkins at Dondvlllev thIs county with 60000 pounds of tobacco WU destroyed by fire U Is not known how the Are orig mated Insurance on building and coo tents 5600 Facta Bjg Strike Glasgow KyrTlie tneetlus between the miners and members of the Itoana Iron Co at Rockwood Fentrtits coun ty TenD retuilcd In no agreiiHcrit and tvKjTefort a general strike 9s feared aLt T 1 WAll STREET lOSS S500 000000 NOT A SINGLE FAILURE RECORD ED DURING PANIC Absence of Financial Difficulties Al most Unparalleled In History of Exchange Flurries New York March 15Ju the stock market Thursday there were losses of trout 10 to 20 a share iu many railroad and Industrial securities which have long bean known as stand ard Investment stocks lu Uio oases of Reading and Union Iaalllo the losses exceeded 20 a allure In the total of securitIes on tho list thoro were heavy not louts repre eonUng In the aggregate more than half a billion dollars to qay nothing Of the losses In the outside market und resultant loses lit markets In other cities Tune average decline of 20 railroad stocks used for atotlstlool purposes was T8l a share us against 601 on Uio preceding day The market an the figures show Injkwd from tho condition of domorall ration prevailing on the previous day and on two days of lust week Into one of absolute panic Yet whatever the clearing iiouee shouts may disclose on Uie showdown there was no failure reported up to late In the evening when tired clerks und worried employer left the bank lug and brokerage offices While on Wednesday brokers and bankers agreed that tho decline was remarkable In absence of failures as Indeed It was unprecedented Thurs tiny they characterised the same con Ultlon as amaclug Late In the afternoon there was an informal conference of officials of the clearing house and representatives of Homo of thIS largest clearing house bonks Uy personal interview and by tale phone the situation was thoroughly ounvaMMMl and every effort wan made to locate the weak spota In the language of a proinlnoot clearing house oindal this was the towilt of the Informal action Not a single bank wants aid or Is asking for It Tho losses ore comparable only to those of the Northern Pacific panic There was tho black Friday PAnic in 1873 for Instance with more than 40 fallitre and no average losses com parable with those of Thursday and there have boon panics since in width dodlnoa but ball aa great wore pro ductive of suspensions of big houses SCOLDED THE UNDERTAKER Who Was About To Embalm HIMI Later the Athlete Dies lockport X Y March Jrone ot the queerest cases known to the mtdl cal profession In Western New York is that d Willis Mackcy Hall of this city su athlete and former profession al bicycle rider who awakened from apparent death several hours after life load been pronounced extinct by Dr Ferdinand X KIttlnsor Although Hall died some time after tho peculiar happening ho recovered Ills sense of speech calling for his mother and reprimanded the under taker who was about to embalm the lady for ejecting his mother from the room Second Great Flood Washington March 15Tho weather bureau Issues the following flood bulletin The second great Ohio river flood of tho year Is now in progress and above the mouth of the LltUe Kana wha river the Hlagt4 will be from 8 to U tact higher than during tho flood cf January At Plttsburg tho river stood at 3ii feet 122 feet dove the flood stage and only 15 feet below the groat highwater stage c 1S32 As the river 1s sUll rising it Is proba ble that this stage of 35 feet will bo cloddy approximated and possibly ex- ccded before the river begins to rait1 Issues Exclusion Order TafiWfcgtoa March 15 Complying with the provisions of the Immigra Ion act approved February 20 last President Ilooserelt Issued an execu the order that citizens of Japan and Korea towlt Japanese or Korean la borers skilled and unskilled who have received passports to go to Mexico Canada or HawaII and come therefrom ho refused permission to enter the continental territory of the Untied States Up To the Governor Jefferson City Mo March 15The house of the Missouri legislature pass ctl the senate bill limiting the work day ul a train dispatcher to eight hours except when an operator Is employed only In the day time when he can work 12 hours Tho bill now goes to the governor In Charge of Millions El Paw Tex March 1GNeut Short of tho 25th Infantry stationed at Port Bliss received orders to report At San Francisco and take charge of 2000000 of Philippine currency and convey It to Manila Six Hundred Homes Flooded Chllllcotho 0 March 1GSlx hun dred houses were flooded In Chilli cothe by high water from Paint creek It is tho worst flood In the history of the city and all day boats bavo been patrolling tho submerged section fur nishing fuel and food to the sufferer Louisville Car Strike Ended Louisville March IE Uy a unsnl mops vote the 800 striking union era ployes of the Loifovlllo Railway Co decided to accept the terms agreed OB by their executive committeD dad tilt officers of the company J n r TOWN IN FLAMES WITH WATER WORKS CRIPPLED AND POPULATION HELPLESS ONE OF THE MOST DAMAGING FIRES Visits Bridgeport 0 Causing Loss of Many Thousands of Dollars Fire fighters Stilt at Work Wheeling W Va March IGlnpersons Were killed in an explosion nail drowned In tho flood waters of the Ohio river hero nbotu 130 oclock Saturday morning The accident occurred at the plant of tho Warwood Pottery an Uio South Side which Is surrounded by water from six to eIght feot deep Owing to tho water no definite detail of the accident con be ascer talued The explosion was followed by a tire which nearly destroyed tho plantAs nn addition to Uio desperate situation the natural gas mains were broken and helped tire tho structure Bridgeport Ohio opposite this city was visited by ono of the most damag ing tires in its history between the hours ot 10 p m and midnight and at latest reports tho fire fighters were stilt at work The Scott Lumber Co which is one ot tho finest plants In the Ohio Valley was the heaviest loser to the extent of more than J100000 while many fine resident buildings for blocks distant were burned entail log an additional loss of many Uiou und dollars At 230 a m It is reported that Fire Chief W O Clayton and several ottters have been drowned When the police began to rescue the foreigners from the burning homVs In the Inundated district many panle stricken persona Jumped from windows Into Overloaded Kklff which capsized Asked For Aid Bridgeport was In bad shape for a big ronflaRHtlon as tho water supply WM totally shut off on account of the flood The town appealed to Wheeling for fire protection old but the Wheel Ing department was unable to respond for a gap of almost n half mile shut them off Consequently them was nothing left for tho Bridgeport people to do but to let the fire have its way until iu progress was stopped by the high waters and fortunate intervening territory RIVER FALLING AT PITTSBURG The River is Now Falling Slowly at That Point Cincinnati March 1C According to telegrams here the flood crisis has been reached in Pittsburg and the river Is now slowly falling at that point This means that an lmmonle volume of water possibly eight feet high mild 300 miles long Is on Its way toward this city and will arrive Sun day or Monday Forecaster Dossier is of the opinion that the river will exceed the G0 foot stage here and that it may rise even higher but there is no further talk of a 65foot stage LOSS OF LIFE Reported to Have Occurred In a Mil lionDollar Fire Philadelphia Pa March lCFlre after midnight destroyed the It O Wilbur Sons immense chocolate and cocoa works at Third and New streets entailing a loss og 1000000 Pour alarms were sent In bringing SO engines and the fire tower upon the scene It Is reported that several lives have been lost Tho firm employed several hundred hands Dutch Troops Capture Stronghold Tho Hague March lGAn official dispatch received hero from the Island of Celebes Dutch East Indies an nounced that the Dutch troops have captured a rebel stronghold after a stubborn fight The enemy left 2SC men dead on the field among whom were several rebel chiefs The troops captured 200 women and 72 men The losses of the Dutch were Insignificant Two Killed Eight Injured Little Rock Ark March lCEIltbound Rock Island Passenger Train No G ran into an open switch and was wrecked at Cuneo a station three miles cast of Little Rock Engineer Klllcoync and Fireman Currier both of whom lived In Argentina Ark were killed and two mall clerks an ex press messenger the porter and tour negro dlnlpg car waiters were Injured Japanese Are Pouring Into Texas El Paso Tex March lCSo great has been the Influx ot Japanese through this port that hundreds have stopped In El Paso readily securing employment as house servants and dis placing Mexicans The Mexican authorities are taking cognizance og the matter and propose action looking to the abatement of Japanese immi gration into Mexico Horseman Found Dead Grand Rapids Mich March 1C Thomas Sayidge a pioneer lumber map and well known among horsemen was found dead in his once here Heart disease WHS undoubtedly the cause of hs death Ho was the owner of the stallion George SU Clair Commits Suicide Washington March 1C Rather than face prosecution for the embezzlement ot 2000 from the brokerage firm of Wade Bs Hedges of which he was manager Charles Abbott 20 years old commuted suicide by rliooUnK I lass Berea College im FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION reach of all Over SO Instructors lOfT tllU from 27 states Largest college library IB Keatneky HO SALOONSIi A special teacher for each grade ami fer tech saaia subject Sit many classes that each student can be placed with outers like kisMJi where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter TIlE MODEL SCHOOLS for those lust advanced SMM lectures library and general advantages as for snort Advanced students Arita anent DrawingsSingingetc Free text books I TRADE COURSES for any wile kayo finished ifth grade tntons and compound numbers Brickwork Parse Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dresaaalciaf Heusahold MaBagemeai Learn and largely EanlItag studies Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a voan man may secure a diploma ia Acricaltare and a young lady is Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to ft fer business Erea I part of this course as fall aiad winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two tkrM sad four courses with Latin German Algebra History Scieae ete fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Statue aad Classical I es with use of laboratories scwntiSc mvpxratvu aad ell modern j ods The highest educational staadards l conrI S NORMAL three and fouryear cerau It fw the profeui teaching First year parallel to It1t grade Model Schools enables I one to get a firat class certificate PoUowiag years winter and t spring terms give the information snlrura sad training necessary fit A true teacher and cover branches mecMsar for State certificate fr MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as KM sutra 1m caaaectioa with aay course Small extra fees l Expenses Regulations Opening Days 11 Berea College iaot a snoaaysoalsiag iaatftatioa All the moa to- received from students is paid out fw tlelr nadt and the School expends oa an average upon sack stalest about fifty dollars a more than he pays in This great deficit is saade up by the yutrChristian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea is order it may train young men and womca far lives of rasfulaeee I OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY rich careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the jouag people Our students come from the best families and are earnest te do well and improve For any who may be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents is Ksrea live in Collage buildings and assist in work of boarding and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the Tains ef their labor Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much aa 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more rosy by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment ae as te earn from 60 cents tAlIono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXP2KSBS for dealing laaairy postage books rtevary with different people Berea fav smsplmieltkin Our chmati is the best but as students saaat atlead classes regardless ef ta weather warm wraps aad uoderclotsf aabrellas and overshoes au necessary The Coeperatl s Stswr facakae books toilet articles umbrellas and eAas sieeenary articles at cost Living Excesses are really below sort The College asks no rent for the fine ia which tad ts live charging only enough room rest to pay for cleaning repairs feel light ead washing of bedding and towels For table board witaest oaffe ex extra 8185 a week in the fall and 150 in winter Yes lawn farsushed fuel lights wash j ing of bedding 40 cents a week 18 fall sad spring 60 tints ia winter I r School Fees are two Test a Di9mr DipeM as guarantee for return of room key library Meb etc This is paM but enoe and 11Ireturned when the student departs Second an Incidental JW 4i alpettapenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc St pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our iastracitw is a free gift The Incidental lee for most students is 500 a tern f4ee is lower Model Schools 8600 ia courses with Latin an3 ftMisi Cellegiate courses Psysseat matt W h advance Jaaoisatal fee and room rent by the term board by the month Install wests an as follows For Winter Tern 12 wee1cJirHk1 1700 besides 1 deposit 28th day 600 56tb day tel ietal W If paid allaadvance It28 For Spriag Tern 10 weesFirst isy1440 88th day 540 58th day 270 total 2250 If pUll al Ja advance tOO The two terms together paM far ia advance ata reductioa of 260 making only 4900 Loafer Water Tera 16 weeks Tint lay2069t th day i 9600 56th day 600 84th day 849 1S paid allis advance 3700- Reraadiaf Students ezcased ta lean later seal ef tmn receive allowancecharged for leaving the boarding hall aaagfby COBb for Jfaroom U term time There is no refusdiag laeideatal tee It Pays te Stay Whea yea haTe made year Journey end are well started in school it pays to stay as lsg aa yeseiUe The Pint Day of winter terns ie Janaary X 1907 i For information or friendly clne writ te the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEftBEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes the of tLe men and who see it The mountain 5ceutkuifo a paperinThe Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I tiBleStetul1prcmiulDH o 0 ITHE SCHOOL 1 Problems of tho District School Ujr Prof Illnmnorr Put IPraotlcal Direction Other Fhst Day DutiesIf it is your first torm in tho district you will have many things to learn Tho School Register loft by your prede cessor is ono of your main allies and should bo consulted several days before school opens From it you got the names of tho pupils and their classification Make n list of tho classesand names in each Thoy are probably classed according to tho school readers After opening exer cises in tho nftoruoou you will say something liko this I find by last terms register that tho following pupils are in the Second Reader Pro ceed with tho names nnd thus on thru the list All now pupils who have never been in school before aro in the chart class until further develop ments Any that are moro advanced may be called to the front asked a few questions and placed where they scorn to belong Lessons should now be assigned The First Reader class will begin on page so and so and be ready to recite in ton minutes the Second Reader class on such a page and recite immediately aftor and BO on thru all tho readers This puts everybody to work You will now here the chart class Ask thorn if they can road if they have any books at home if they would like to bo able to read Hero is a book I will read a little for you Would you liko to loam to road f I will teach you Writo a word upon the board as hat or man and tell them what it is Have a little talk about it Lot them repeat it several times as you point to it and tell them they can now read one word Give them some little slips of paper and show them how to write the wordat their Boats It is now time for the First Reader class Call the class in whatever way you have decided upon Have each one ready Make such comments as you think boot and carefully assign the next lesson tolling them when it will bo recited But just now they are to study their number Lesson Put on tho board such combinations as you think they can master and show them how to carry on tho work at their seats Proceed with other classes in like manner until all have been heard It is now time for recess Make some pleasant remark about tho session that has just passed toll them how many minutes recess they may have and ask them to come in promptly at the ringing of the boll After recess you hear turf number and arithmetic classes This closes the work of tho first day Make a two or three minutes talk commending the school for its good beginning and for its bright outlook stating what the aims of tho school aro and what each ones purpose should beD Sing a Terse or two of some familiar hymn asking ato bid themn cordial good evening and the first day is ovor The important thing in the above is that you proved yourself master of the situation All were quickly classified and work was begun without delay or confusion You may be sure that every pupil who had been to school beforoyconsciously or unconsciously judges of your jefliciency from the moment eop on judging until the last They have now made a their minds as to whether or not you understand your buienees andtho kind of teacher you are going to be School will bo the subject of conversation on the playground and in every home hence thojiuiportanca of a good beginning A good boginniug presages well but it will not do to l rest upon it We must not lay down our arms nor relax our vigilance nor make a single boast until tho battle is won then our work will spook for it self It becomesa general after the first outwork has been won to look well to his forces to understand conditions and thus be prepared for tho main conflict So let us take a view of tho situation Next Wrok Thin g to lie Kept In Mind t 1THE FARM I Evergreen Protection for Farm Homos Ily Fret Oru inly In llirra nml llre lilev I Lave written a good deal about evergreen protection for farm homos and yards and still I feel that rcannot say too much in their favor In my locality Norway spruce seoms to be tho most suitable tree for wind breaks and it makes a good one and no mistake In sections whore it does not succeed well there aro other kinds that do and every farmer can grow a firstclass windbreak if ho will On the open prairies of some of the Western states planters have found it necessary to givo themsomesort of protection until they reach a height of two to four feet antI cottonwood soft maple and willow have successfully boon used for that purpose throe or four closely planted rows being set to windward of tho evergreen and tho latter planted after tho former have grown to a height of six to eight feet If I were a young man just located on a farm in any Western state I would lose no time in getting good double row of tho kind of evergreens that thrive best in the section started I would plant them on the west and north sides of the house and yard and at least one row on the south If a grove of deciduous trees were planted to the north or west of the house tho evergreens would not bo needed so much but a single row a short distance from tho house makes an additional protection from hard cold winds that will repay its cost over year in comfort to those in the house and in fuel bills to say nothing about tho protection it affords to outside things Wife can hang her washing out safely no matter how hard the wind is blowing whiloJior neighbors must koop theirs within doors or loco it Thousands of farmers are living in windswept houses shivering thru the winter and burning more coal and feeding thoir animals more corn to keep them wkrm each winter than would buy enough trees to planta deep belt that would protect them as long as they live I have soon farmers go plunging through great drifts of snow shout their yards feeding animals BO coated with snow that one could not say what color they wore and dig drifts out of their pig pens to make a placo to feed the shivering animals and work for hours brushing and currying snow and ice off the backs of their horses and cows and take it all as an uuprevontable calamity I have been in other farm yards that were protected by trees and while the wind howled over head the snow lay almost level and the animals seemed quite comfortable in tho stables and sheds no snow sifting thru tiny chinks and filling their bedding or covering them with a coat of ice and though tho temperature was under zoro one could get about quite comfortably while just beyond tho belt of trees one was obliged to have his face entirely covered over to prevent being frosted I The planting season is not far away and I want to urge all whose homes and stock yards are exposed to the fury of winter storms and hot Bummer winds to get tho treesseedlings or two or three years old trees and plant a good break If you aro abld I would say plant evergreens spruce cedar arborvitae or any evergreen that docs well in your section If you want a break quickly and most people do plant rapid growing deciduous trees like soft maple white or green ash or even cottonwood- I would plant all deciduous trees in rows five or six feet apart and and about four feet apart in the row when planting a wind break It is a great mistake to set them to far apart Ono wants a thicket not a grove A man who moved from a wooded section to a farm on the open prairie planted abelt of cottonwood soft maple and green ash on the south wdst and north of his buildings and yards the first spring setting eight rows six feet apart with the trees four feet apart in the row and used all the manure and straw ho could procure botweenjhe rows covering tho ground fully two feet deep The trees made an average growth of six feet a year and he had n thicket twenty feet high in a few years In setting n single row of Norway spruce I would procure trees eigh teen inches to two feet high and set them three to four feet apart Most planters say six to eight but we get a solid break much quicker by plant ing closer I would sot arborvitae three to four using trees about two feet high Whatever kind of trees are plantedthe cultvaition boingk1 4Million For Noise rbr its white population South At rica le perhaps the greatest market In the world for musIcal Instruments It Spends for them 1000000 a year- Ibalt of Which IS for 0ianns- x 1 III yy r Valuable New Fertilizer A now fertilizer made In Norway from the nitrogen In the atmosphere Is said to bo very nearly as good for plants as Chile saltpeter while Its cost la lower 00 4 FLEET OF THE WORLD Warships of All Great Powers Coming to Jamestown Fair HUNDRED VESSELS AT LEAST United States Will Have as Many More In Hampton Roads Flnt International Naval Gathering of Worldwide Participation Assured Warships of at least twelve nations WIU bo assembled In Hampton Iloads at tho opening of tho Jamestown ex position on April 20 All thu great naval powers will bo represented ex cept Japan whose ships will comp later The great vessels of England France Germany Austria Sweden nnd other nations will be side by side with the ships of tho United States and those from South America Bays tho New York Heralds Washington correspondentIn of Hampton Roads and neighboring waters probably about 100 wnr vessels will bo anchored tho flags flouting from tholr mastheads Indlcut ng tho peculiarly International character of the gathering Englands squadron will bo the lar gest and most formidable of thoo to visit tho United States and will bo ox ceeded In size only by tho magnificent American fleet under Hear Admiral Evans which will be mobilized at Hampton loads during tho oxposltlon Japan and Franco will send tho next largest squadrons Tho foreign vessels will be In nearly all cases armored and protected cruis ors Englands largest ship will bo tho cruiser Good Elope sister ship to tho powerful cruiser Drake The Good Hopes displacement Is 14100 tons and her trial speed 23 knots an hour Her armament consists otho 02lnch guns mounted singly six teen sixInch In casements fourteen twelvepair and three threepair quick tlrors nine machine guns and two sub merged torpedo tubes With the Good Hope wilt be tho armored cruisers Hampshire Itaxburg and Argyll each with a displacement of 10850 tons The English squadron will bo com mantled by Rear Admiral Neville Under the command of Roar Admi cal Thierry Franco will send throe cruisers The protected cruiser Jean Burt was originally designated but she has been wrecked on the coast of Africa and another vessel will be sent In her place Tho largest of the squad ron will be tho Victor I ugo with a Ills placement of 12 Id30 tons She Is ono of tho tautest of her class with a speed of 22 knots She Is armed with four TtMnch breccbloadlng guns In pairs In turrets at tile bow nnd stern sixteen 04Inch quick firing guns of which twelve ore In pairs In upper deck tur rets three on each sldo and four In main deck casemates besides a largo additional number of smaller guns To accompany tho Victor Hugo France Is sending the armored cruiser Klebor which Is of considerably small er tonnage but equipped with heavy armamentOne most Interesting visiting squadrons will be that from Japan At least two vessels will be sent Ono of these will bo tune Tnukuba n newly launched ship built at Kur entirely of Japanese construction nnd equipment She Is of 14000 tons and 224 knots speed armed with eight Inch quick firers In barbettes fore and nit and smaller calibers In proportion The protected cruiser Chltoso will accompany tho Tsukuba and possibly will be joined by tho Kubl These yes sole attain great speed Vice Admiral Ijuln will be In command of tho Japa nose squadron This will be tho first visit of a Japanese squadron to tho At lantic coast since Japan attained high rank as a naval power In the war with Ilussla Austria win be represented In tho In ternational fleet by the armored cruiser Karl VIL ono of her best vessels of that class having a displacement of 0250 tons and a speed of 170 knots She Is armed with two 04Inch breech loading Krupp guns with subsidiary armamentSweden has decided to send a ship but has not yet announced her choice Italy will send an armored cruiser and a protected cruiser but tho vessels have not yet boon designated Portu gal will send a vessel probably the cruiser Don Carlos The flag of Brazil will be seen at tho mastheads of probably three vessels In Hampton Roads Chile will send tho protected cruiser Zenteno of 3COO tons and Argentina will bo represented by from one to three warships of small sizeNo positive arrangement has been made at to Germanys representation but It Is considered certain that that country will havo at least ono ship at the naval display The Atlantic fleet of the United Slates navy will bo at Hampton Roads It Is the Intention of tho navy depart anent always to have ono American Ihlp at Hampton Roads for overy tot rigqship there so that the visitors map be properly entertained Montana New Hash Law Roth houses of the Montana legislature have passed OConnors eo called hash law Governor Toolo has signed It and It has been filed wIth tho secre fury of state thus making It operative Immediately The bill Is patterned aft er the old national oleomargarine law In that It requires hotels restaurants cafes and boarding houses to post no tices and otherwise warn customers If any of the Ingredients used In the prep aration of their meals have been adul Iterated Tho bill provides a heavy fine of its provisionsA l r MARK TWAINS BltfGRAPHER Albert Dlgelow Paine Goes to the Far West After MaterialI On his way to California and Nevada to study the career of Mnrk Twain In the environment that produced Rough- Ing It Albert Bl olow Inlno has lin gored for a day or two In Kansas City wlioro lio hud not been sluco tho day twelve years ago whoa ho left Kansas for Now York to take up the literary life says the Kansas City Star Mr Paine was selected by Mark Twain himself to wrlto tbo authorized biography of tho great humorist The task will require several years of In teresting research over a territory as wide as the nation Itself for the long life of Samuel Langhorno Clemens which began In Missouri more than soventyono years ago has zigzagged tram ocean to ocean In Its various manifestations Whoa Mr Pnlno was a Kannnn 1M homo was at Tort Scott and bo was n photographer with writing for an two cation Industriously pursued Nowadays his camera Is sometimes a valuable accessory to his pen besides fur nishing an agreeable diversion In tho brief Intervals of leisure permitted ton very busy man Several novels Including Tho Van Dwellers and The 1 read Line n number of childrens looks an ocean of magazine articles and tho authorIz- ed biography of Thomas Nast testify to Mr lalno8 activity since be set tied down to writing and ho has been associate editor of St Nicholas for many years lIe lives In a village In Connecticut near New York wbero a number of literary and artistic folk are setting up a friendly neighborhood LONG FIGHT FOR LIFE Oaleb Powers Complete Seven Years In Kentucky Jails Caleb 1owors has completed seven years In Kentucky jails Ho was ar rested March 10 WOO on an Indict meat by the grand jury at Frankfort- Ky charging him with complicity In the murder of Governor William Goo bolHe has been tried three times bring sentenced to life Imprisonment twice and to death once Tbo date for Ids execution was fixed once The Ken tueky court of appeals reversed tho findings of the lower state courts each timeSince his third trial an effort has boon made to take his ease to the fed oral courts on tho ground that his rights under tho federal constltptlon- Were being dented hIm Kentucky courts Judge Cochran of tho federal court for tho eastern Kentucky dis trict took Jurisdiction but tho com monwealth took the matter to tho su premo court which sent tho case back to the slate courts- Consequently Powers to now In jail nt Newport ICy awaiting his next trial which will bo hold at Georgetown Ky at tho special term during tho summer Powers has borne up remarkably well during his long Imprisonment Ho has kept himself constantly employed that ho might not brood over his troubles and has adhered to a rigid aye torn of exercise As a result ho Ja In good health Doan to Cotton Planters Ono of the most Important devices In tho history of cotton culture practical ly has boon perfected by experts of the department of agriculture It la a machine for tile removal of tho furs on cottonseed and for tho separation of light and heavy seed Tho process has boon In course of de velopment for about two years and It Is the opinion of tho cotton experts of tho department that its universal use would effect a saving of about 10 per cent of tho entire cotton crop As tho crop of America amounts to about 760000000 a year It easily can be realized that such a saving would be of vast Importance By tho removal of tho fuzz from the cottonseed tho seed may be planted with an ordinary gravity drill By the ease with which the smooth seed can be manipulated they can bo planted in hills without unnecessary waste and the plants BO located can bo tilled In two directions The machine It Is said can bo rondo at very small expense and as tho in vention Is In the hands of the govern mont cotton planters who use It will have to pay no royalty for It New Metal In Canada A now metal called momcl which Is expected to cause something of a stir In the Industrial world Is being produced at the works of the Canadian Copper company at Sudbury Ont It consists of a compound of copper nick el Iron and ono or two other minerals which aro found In tho district and Its Importance lies In the fact that It Is much loss costly than nickel Is less Uablo to rust end will servo all tho urposos that aro served by that metal tl tho Industrial world March This Is MnrchwHh the 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Earth 55 2 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 X 12 Pint Cups 15 I g All orders taken before xo oclock will be delivered before noon 5 All orders taken between zo and 3 will be delivered afternoon c IILogsdonts Up toDate Grocery StoreRAil- StltStk71iti17fet7ASs1yt311IALSlkkSlildfadt7Adli1 I V J j S 0 S 1 tnB2Q tw I COVERED MILK PAILr w tNew Shape Which Aide In Keeplno Milkr IllulltrlJtlonI milk pall turned upsldo Ilownflma11 f end up The top IH coven Inches In InchellItened there A tow holes nnoHlx r lochth of an Inch In diameter In tho bottom or the pan near tho enter lot pall i v The spout of the pall has a tight fit ting cover Ono or two thicknesses ot strainer cloth are slipped under the- N t han before It is fastened In place and the rwult is a dust and dlrt proof pall qz Thom Is no patent on this pall eaya I the Montreal Herald The milk strikes tho bottom of the iJ pan runs through tho holes In the- wenj through tho stralnor cloth and into tho pall where It Is practically sealed from the outaldo conditions It Onmo In oontaot with tho air of tho r itiarn only while It Is paitlnR from tho teat to the pwa dlstanco of perhaps udx Inches 2 IDEAL BAHN FLOOR One Made of Cement Meets All He h qulrements I think nn Ideal floor for a cow to Nand fen IB cement writes an Ohio tjruiat You con keep n stable floor dry It you use plenty of absorbents 1 Mw hewn raah enough to say a man kotthl HM paid jjraMw in his stable Stet Prof Ketch wys laud piaster has no wwror to fix juntonla at all tbofolwro U roust put en Isle of lied Hlng sad not allow ft to ruuialn un des the now until It Is all matted isWn and when we stir It up find inolit gutterjlitw no good an absorbent as good fresh I i rhoxOifF I J It holds tho ammonia takes up all reasonI hardaburg carrier and to clean out tho i stable twtco a day 1 if j y Dairy Points Orcrionr cream givesa sour and of oourfe an abnormal taste to tho but 1 ter J-AiA really goodjyfy cow will certain M ly not gain r when In lull flow of milk +w f A dairy thermometer Is quite Inex rpenelYe and It Is certainly a laborsaving dovlco lifta plat of fresh buttermilk into the cream Jnr ns a starter and your J Y cream will ripen cooper lot tho cow that hues hillk all tho year round as far as possible It Is a great loss to dry up cows when It II ej not necessary Des t sacrifice the good cows and tboyoung growing stock Give them best caro for another year they fti will all bo wanted Tho small farm with tho small herds better than a largo tarot with a 7j largo herd because the small farm will do moro In proportion than the 7 largo ono JL poor cow may even be made to pay her way by liberal teething and It lscqtially true that a good cow may- a ItQ madd to lose money by niggardly trsatnienL at in fir more satisfactory to havo the cOW In tho first flow of milk In good condition when tho yield may bo litti by Bufflctont food without e reducing her flesh too much Watering the milk In tho cow Is 1 Jt often tho fact aa = tho quality of tile milk Is regulated by the tool and milk r may bo deficient In solids without hav I x log wateradded to It by the dairyman 0 Watch the Cpw Keep a close watch OB the cow near f r calving There Is no good excuse for frozen ears andtalla When you ox pent now arrival bo prepared for them A warm Bedded box stalt In tho barn U tho best place for such occnslbhi i Oivq Plent of Water Dont neglect giving BUaclcnt wa Cter We ere likely to Shut off the i supplylrf cold wckther bellev InKttoclcdxvBOt cara for It This Is a nilsUUc Y- tk BREEDING DAIRY CATTLE When Buying Stock De Particular About the Character of the Seller Ono thing ought alw ya to bo con sidered when men start out to buy pure bred cattle That Is that the knowledge skill and character of the breeder la about as Important as Is tho animal they are to buy There Is a wonderful difference bo tween being a real breeder and ono who simply mates male and female says Hoards Dairyman The art and philosophy of breeding Is a very deep question Ono mans cattle show almost always a progressive quality Tney are tho product of skillful In telligent mating Another man gives no thought to tho deeper phases of the question Ho simply breeds purebred cattle together and there Is no In telligent adaptation of means to ends Tho average capacity of his cattle shows a hit and miss result that Is very confusing and disappointing It Is right to tray that there will bo fully enough failures oven with the most thoughtful and comprehensive breed ersWhat must It bo with men who be stow but rtlllo thought or study upon tho deeper physiological problems that aro Involved and which will have their way Take for Instance this matter of keeping two or moro bulls In a breeding herd The question of a successful nick Is an alt Important one Yet In almost every herd cf 25 females there will bo found a certain number which do not nick well with the head ot tho herd An observant breeder will uoto this Mate them with another slro and with tho most of them at least the result will show a decided Improvement In the strength and vigor ot the offspring And so wo say that tho skill and comprehension of tho breeder himself Is a matter of great Importance to the man who Is about to buy breeding ani mats The working and effectiveness of tho engine depends very greatly on tbo ability of the engineer It Is doubly so whore two engines ot living force are being mated to produce n third that It Is hoped will combine effectively tho best qualities of each Milking Stool Unique Arrangement by Which It May- Be Fastened On Tho ordinary milking stool Is a cum borsomo thing with more bulk and weight than Is necessary The sec companying Illustration shows a stool that may be fitted with one two or Milking Stool three legs one being sufficient It writ braced Dy means of straps It can bo fastened around the waist of the milkerSEPARATORWI1L PAY Cleinllnen In Milking and In Use of Separator Secret of Success First get your milk clean Then by all means set a separator It you havent one and keep It clean also It Is surprising how many neglect to keep their separators clean Some agents Instruct their customers not to wash the separator more than once a day They want to mako It appear very easy to clean them and It Is U done twice a day I Tho convenience saving In butterfat etc will nearly If not quite pay fat etc will nearly If not quito pay bundled In that way will mako sweet butter There nor many dairymen In our state declares an Iowa armor In Patio and Ho ctrowlng away from 50 to HOO worth of butter rather than to buy a separator costing from 50 to UOO High Standard In Dairying Most of our farmers nct4 u higher standard In dairying They havo too long been satisfied with a very brdl nary cow fed oa ordinary feed giving ordinary milk with only aa ordinary percentage of fat on It Every farmer that has not yet dono so should revise his standards and push all of them up u notch higher It his cows aro making 200 pounds of butter per year on tho average ho should set the standards at 250 or moro pounds and so in tho quality ot feed fed Too many aro content with standards that do not give a large margin of profit on tho business of dairying Tho men that have succeeded In making much money out ot dairying are those that havo set high standards and worked towards them Study Your Hero Study your herd and when you see that tho old cows or tho weaklings ot the herd do not get their full aharo andII 1 ii GRASP OF FLOOD ARE PITTSBUROALLECHENY AND ADJOINING TOWNS DANGER LINE QFTWENTY TWO fEEl On River Front Has Been Passed and the Marks In Davis Island Dam Showed 233 Feet PlttsburR Ia March HAt midnight Plttsburg Allegheny and adjoin lug towns were In the grasp ot a flood 000 which threatens to bo tho most disastrous In many years lly 930 the danger lino of 22 feet on tho Pitts burg front of tho Monongahela river hod been passed and at midnight the marks in tho Ohio at David Island dam six miles below Plttsburg show ed 238 feet Tho river Is now rising at the rate ot seven aches an hour Thoro will bo 28 feet by daybreak was tho startling statement telephoned Plttsburg and Allegheny from Davis Island dam at midnight This will mean not leas than 20G perhaps SO feet at PltUburg on tho moro nar row Monongahcla and about the same In tho Allegheny- It Is still raining and there seems to bo no prospect that It will cease before daylight The two lower wards of Allegheny are far under water and tho tenants of houses In tho First and Sixth wards abandoned them early In the evening for the water even then was creeping toward the second sto rica A great many families In ad joining wards aro In light marching order for they do not know how soon the water will reach them So far as known six lives wero lost In the day three In the West Pennsylvania rail road wreck two In tho sinking of tha towboat Cruiser and Willie Johnatone u Lyear old child who was drowned at Mlllvale Not ono of the six bodies has been recovered Tho present high water while not unexpected came so rapidly that lltlte time WWI given persons In the flood district to prepare for It Base meats were Hooded destroying thou sands of dollars worth of perishable goods Residents In tho flood district wero rescues from their homes in skiffs Thousands of men are idle owing to the suspension of work In tho coal minus along tho river WITH HEAD BOWED IN PRAYER Gertrude Harnlsh Threw Herself Into Yawning Space Cincinnati March HIn sight of thousands of people hurrying through Fountain square on their way to work Miss Ciortrudo Varnish a stenogra pher plunged to death 170 foot from a window In tho offices of Attorney Vic for Abraham and Charles F Williams on the thirteenth floor ot Ute Tranlon Intlldlng where she was employed Tho suicide was deliberate As merged from the window and IbeI cd tilt ledge the stood erect She cd first In one direction and then in another Having made a complete out vey ot her surroundings she clasped her hands as If In prayer In the crowd below a woman perceived lb girls Intention and her shrill shnit caused tho hurrying crowds to tilt their eyes Oh God save that woman she cried Then with her eyes turned heaven ward Gertrude Varnish plunged Into eternity Over and over her body turned in tho air until It struck the feed wire for tho trolley wires The weight of the falling body bent tho wire to within eight feet ot the ground and tho body rebounded 15 feet and then tell Into tho gutter below Dy a strange coincidence the young woman chose the thirteenth day ot the month upon which to end her life by leaping from thirteenth story of tho building Awful Death Roll SL Petersburg March 11 Stctlstlci published regarding the drumhead court marlial ahA that up to March 5 when their activity was suspended by Premier Stolypln on account of the opening lit parliament 7G4 person wore executed an avciago of almost five dally The majority of tho oxecu tlOnA occurred In Poland and the Bai tic province rlbmes of 2000 Italians Burned Milan 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YOU a fine Fountain that you couldnt buy for less than 150 alone and THE 1 one year for only 150 I Address The Citizen t 1Berea Ky I t IF YOU WANT CASH For Your Real Estate or Business a H CAN GET IT r No Matter What Your Property is Worth or in What Town CityoJ or Territory it is located It T did not have the ability and facilities to sell your I certainly could not pay for this ndvcrliHotneut This adHka nil my other actis practically sure to place on my list a number of now properties and I am just as sure to sell these properties and make enough money in commissions to pijy for the cost ot these and make a good profit besides That is why I Iwvo no largo a real estate business today Vhy not put your ty among the number that I sell as a result of tb olads f Iwl11 not only be able to sell itsonic timebut will be able to sell it quickly I am a specialist la quick sates I have the most complete and up to date equipment I have branch offices through out the country and o field forco of men to find buyers c t I do not handle all linos Buried ordinary real estate agents I MUST SELL ieales t tntunml lots pf itorgo out of business I can assure you I ata not going out of business On the contrary expect to find nt the close of the year that I have sold twice as many properties aa w I did tho past year but it will first bo necessary for mo to list more properties I want tq liel YOURS and SELL it It doesnt matter whether you have a farm a home without fib land H business It uucnu matter what It it worth or where it is located J you will out the blank letter of inquiry below and mail to me today t will tell you howand why I quicklytotconvert tho property into cash nud will give you CHARGEi FREE OFand terms for handling It The information I will give you will be of great value to you even H r you should decide not to sell You had bettor write today before you forget it If you want to buy any kind of Farm House or Business in any part of the country tell me your requirements will guar antee to fill them promptly and satisfactorily David Pa Taff The Land Man 415 Kan AY Top ka Kansas w Want to Sell Fill In Cut Out and Mall Today Plans senl without plan for finding cash buy ar property ot County oJlowtDctaabrterdrtptlna 01 Lowsttah t dddraaI 0 0 td a- r i or I Thta our mteold aubacrlber l Inchr adIWe ran and you thing ofler offered cite expect by for Pen one CITIZEN t ads oc it If You Want to Buy Fill InCtttr Out and Man TTIdeates to buy propetly corresponding approximately wlUfc tl1o fulloMtsg apeelflcallonii Town or city County stta Pete beAeeu 9 nisi 1 1 will pap 9 down aDd balance J tsRviuarka t 1 l Neatl a tddress 1 S a 0 j a a iq 0 iM It 5L Foeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeofoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoea o News You Get 1 IlAmiHo comipondenca pubUihea water drove la till by the writer The i li aot for publication bat I u etldene of rood ftitb Write pUlaly C- oen oeoAOltoeoeoeoeoeotsoeoio =oaoeoeoeoeoeoAoeoeoeoeoe JACKSON COUNTY MIUDLi FOUR March 17 Ono Tussoy haR gono to Etownh Tonn to work iu the round houso until fall ThoI AngelBrotbora and A Parrot hao gone into tho business for Bowman and Cockrill Rov J D Baker who has been absent from homo for somo titno has returned Mr Does Wilson made a busino trip to MoKee Tuesday Cap Wilson Bold a line mare to Charles Isnais for 5105 Viney Angel visited at Dan Angels Wednesday Mrs Sallio Parker had a big working Tuesday and gave the old folks party Tuesday night Mrs Jan Baker visited at Elija Angola Wednesday i Domie Cola and Nauit Wilson are staying at Bob Lears this weekwaiting on his wife and little I daughter who have been very ill for somo time Mr K N Robinson and Dan Lear of Carico made 11 flying trip to McKee Saturday Minnie Angel attended a candy party given at her grandmas Saturday night Joo Tussoy went to Liviug stone Saturday to meet Mr McAuley who is going to attend court at McKee MondayBorn to Mr and Mrs R Lear a fine boy on the 101 of March Daughter Eva of Black Lick visited her mother Mrs Litha Tussey Saturday last J D Baker and Harm Glass are doing somo capenter work for Mr John Lear on Heifers DranchDella Angel was the guest of her uncle Don Tussoy Sunday Morgan Him cs of Livingston visited his mother Mrs Lizzie Himes Saturday amp HOOK Marcel llth Misa Leatha Cof fey who has been on the sick list is able to be out again also Mrs A C Alcorn is able to bo out again Mrs Maggie Williams was the guest of Mrs J E Parsons SundayMr T H Evorsolo was taken suddenly ill Sunday but is some bettor today Mr I T Alcorn is contemplating going to Hamilton in the near futuroMr Bud Isaacs is having a dwelling house erected Mr Geo Ross is moving from this place to Middle Fork near Station Camp and Mr Lewis Richardson is moving to whore Mr Ross livedMr W R Lynch is selling out to move to IrvinoMr Hiram Young is on the sick list Messrs A B Coffey and Turner Kelly were in Berea last week on business There is so much rain and the roads BO bad that the merchants cant get goods as theyneed them sA III OAP Mar 18 Farmers are making up for lost time and taking advantage of the weather we are having of late A great many of this vicinity have severe colds or Gripp Mrs David Durham and Maggie Durham are among the victims Several from this neighborhood aro attending County Court at McKeo todayDr Purker and wife of Kerby Knob visited relatives at Clover Bottom Sun dayMr James Durham attended church at Oak Grove Sunday Rev Simpson McGuiro of Berea is pastor of Oak Grove Churchfor the present yoarRov Daniel Clemmons of this place is chosen pastor of Kerby Knob for this yearA P Gabbard has a largo supply of new goods Big shooting match at Sand Gap Satur day week last Charley Durham and crowd won the turkey of course Rev John Jones of this place has moved to near Burning Spring in Clay county where ho is very ac tive in religious workE E Dur ham is making a picket fence around his yardHarvoy fleece contem plates going to Colorado for his health We regret to loso such a good citizen as Mr fleepoBoo Williams of Kerby Knob is in this vicinity hunting hogs Benjamin Gabbard is home resting for a Ce- wdaysJ G Durham says Long live the man who had the manly t courage to write the Hargis and Beckham article bojabbors hit e- megiuairs Susie Bluemour and children of Creek Bend are visiting Mrs Dillard Durham Alec Perry the photographer passed thru here Ho took pictures of J R Durham and family Nathan Pearson and wife will visit relatives in Colorado in the near future John Johnson and Hiram Harrison wore the guests of J R Durham Sunday and enjoyed looking thru his telescope Mr Har rison said ho saw a tadpole in tho top of a tree near Kirby KnobWo Amosktemplates returning to Hamilton to attempt another ascension EVEUOKEBN i March OTho singing at Bethel is getting along nicely Elburt Lake bought old Peat back for 160 Elbert says without joking hes th- ebcstenJobie Lakes went to McKee Monday on business J W Jones I went to McKee Monday on busiue While on his way homo his mare got scared at a grape vino nnd jumped into the blue hole near Louis LnkesMr John Martin fell oil tho Ladies Bridge across Horse Lick but got ont safoGreen Lakes mule full down with him Monday and he sprained his nnkloJ R Calahan has a log rolling tomorrow Mr Cash Griff left the tie wood last week and fell over a cliff and hurt his back and hips very badlyT E Jones was cleared in the E K Smith case Mrs Maggio Morris and daught Pearl wore the guests of Ed Lake Monday evening Mrs Fanny Jones visited hor sisterinlaw Fish Jones SundaynightDick Seabron tool dinner with R F Jones Sunday Everybody in Evergreen seems to like to read tho Hurley news nunxjir March 1GThoro was preaching nt this place Saturday and Sunday on account o so much sickness tho were very tow present Mrs Jacob El Gabbard who was reported as bo ingso poorly with La Grippe 8 much bettor John Gabbard Sr of Sand Lick Creek attondedchurch hero Sunday Tho Postmaster n Hurley made a business trip to W M Hurloys Friday lastGodfrey Isaacs of near Egypt passed thm hero Saturday last on bra way to Cap Wilsons near Middle Fork to buy a lorse Charles Gabbard son of Ned Gabbard is reported to havo Typhoid feverBfley Gabbard and sister Nannie aro planning to visit their sister Mrs Lizzie Calliham of near oublolick Saturday next Mrs TI L Marris visited Mrs Palistine Gab Lard FridayJohn Lako will morn to his now home on Horse Lick in a few daysLoir Powellof Sand Gap roved to the Walker McFarland place on Hooton Crook Saturday Everybody seems to be glad to have Mr Powell as a neighbor Canad labbard cut his foot very badly with- In ax Monday evening It is giving him much painMr and Mrs David fabbard who have been down with LaGrippe are able to bo out again VOXTOWX Mar l01Vo have been having lots of rain the past weokOwing- to the recent rains our creek is clear ofsaw logs and ties once moroE- P Baker and family visited Wm Lakes Saturday and SundaHarr- y tho little son of Mr and Mrs irvillo Fox has been very ill with noumonia and bronchitis but is bettor Mrs Polly Fox was the guest of Thomas Lakes and wife on- MondayWm Lakes and Thomas Lakes wore the guosts of C M Bak er and wife last Wednesday Eliht Lakes is still hauling ties to tho big pring Wo think ho has A good count bynowN J Coylo of this place has purchased a part of the Curt Rose farm and is going to take the timber off of it It is generally said to be tho finest forest of Birch umber in the countyWe are having some very bad cases of Grippe in our neighborhood Mrs Emma Sandwho has been sick so long with consumption died last Sunday She was the widow of William Sand who died last January She leaves- five boys and throe little girls and a- host of friends to mourn her death Her remains wore taken to the Birch ick graveyard for burialCounty Court convenes Mar 18th at McKee with several cases on the docket Urs Mattie Fox visited Mrs M L- Fox Friday QUAY HAWK Mr John K Balloy a much re pected citizen of Jackson county living near Gray Hawk PO died- on tho 2nd inst He was nn old soldier and a member of Capt Jas- WeaL G A R Post centering at lerea At the Post meeting of Saturday last after appreciative ro mInks the following resolutions wore unanimously adopted WHEREAS our comrade John K liley of Gray Hawk Jackson county a member of Outpost No3- on tho 2nd of tho present month departed this life RESOLVED that wo mourn the loss oC a comrade bearing such an excel lont character as a good neighbor worthycitizen and upright Christian manIminded that our ranks are being rapidly thinned and that wo ought tho moro earnestly to labpr in tho- cuuso of patriotism ROGKOASTLE COUNTY iiociuroKD Mar 18Wo aro having some nice weather nowMrs P L Stephens visited her sister Mrs Janie Payno SundayMiss Pearl Linvillc visited N S Linvillo SuudayMr- cad Mrs H E Bullne visited J W Toddand family Sunday WAUD March 18 Mr Stephen Cash has purchased steam ami grist mill nndl- is now ready to make good meal everybody welcomed Tho fnrmer of this section aro all behind with their work on account of tho rainy weather Wade Graves is Rutting JIUJohn McKinnoys boon sick with measles for the pastI Creesiwhoyear ago is moving back to Rocket tloUnclo Bonbon Hurley say when a blue briar scratches arflllowI ho never forgets it ho is sure to come back to where ho got scratched W S Doan has a very bad case of j nnsas fever Ho says ho wishes ho could sell his farm Ho would go to Kansas certain but maybe no cm talk Mr Doan out of tho notion Wo dont want to give him up ho is a good neighbor Born to Mr and Mrs J T French a fine boy March PithOur country is getting better Wo can look around and see sins Utst year now houses barns steam mills telephones wire fences and many other improvement So Ixy lets all keep in good courageThl good women of this place have gone to hunting up and dividing the seed beans and sweet corn with ouch other and tolling each other what thoy would have had if it hadnt heel for a certain accident Thoy nil have tho best kinds in tho world OWSLEY COUNTY IAIIDAiln Mar 10 Alfred Bolin and family aro nil stirring about again aUn having had an attack of the Grippe MossrsM E Vaughn and lInden Sizemore the photographers were in our vicinity this week taking pictures Mrs Emma Cole and E T Reynolds who have been planning to to Montana have given up the idtQII of going this spring Jool if Buck Creek n very old And highl respected citizen was killed lint week by a Mexican ponyJane states of Wolf Creek is slowly in proving from typhoid There is another big tide in the river this week and a largo number of lo have gone to tho markotCircuit court convenes at Booneville March 26th Some three or four criminal case are to bo tried Joseph Treadaway- of Dolvintn passed thru hero Saturday on his way from Buffalo Greet whore he had been on business Mrs Margaret Moore who has been sick is stirring around this week Miss Flora Davidson of Eversoji visited her Mooro oC this place last Saturteay and Sunday- A M Ncnloy sheriff of Owsloy countywhose illness was reported last week will no moro servo the citizens of Ovvsley county as sheriff The kind friendly handshake will be missed by his frienda Lois Friday tho death angel approached tad ho was called to his final resting TacoJake Broker Gabbard huts been floating ties this week He- had a contract for floating for Allen Davidson Ho floated Thursday and Friday having about twelve hands each day ESTILL COUNTY JrIKe March 10People aro having the rippo at this place Godfrey Isaacs wont to Ponola Thursday on bus- in088Mr and Mrs Virgil Bicknoll visited Mrs Bicknells sister Ellen oylo Saturday night Arthur the little son of A M Lyttle has boron very sick but is somewhat betto- riosvWo ore having lots of rain at- this place The creeks have been past fording for a few daysMrN- orso of College 11111 was out buying stock and got water bound and Bayed Wednesday night at G L- IsaacsMr Abb Wells has rented he store house of G L Isaacs and expects to put new goods into it tanio Isaacs visited Bessfo Williams iturday night Leonard Isaacs caught two big coons Tuesday night Ho says they are tho best moat there is WAGn15SYILLP March 18Mrs J B Kelley is visiting her parents Mr nnd Mrs A B Kelley this wook Robert Sparks nnd Harry Edwards spent tho day wUh Robert and Joo Wager Sunday J M Edwards will take possession If- the storo just purchased from Jonah Wagers this week Jonah Wagers will soil at his old home ou tho 20th a lot of nice household and kitchen irniture Misses Grace and Kathryn Lena Wagers Edwards and Maude Park Messrs Willie Wilson und Hume Wagers wore the guests of Vernon and Rotha Scrivner Saturday fight and Sunday GARRARD COUNTY WAIIACCTON Mar 17Willie Rogers bought a- nieo horse of Ollie Doan last Wodn- csdaG A Ballard is on tho sick list this woekG E Brockman who has been sick for some time is ou- tngainMr George Rogers of Berea was the guest of his brother Willie of this place Thursday nigMHon- ry Botkins who has boon living about one milo above Wallacoton for several years has sold his farm and 1 II I moved to the city of Wallacoton Rev Smith filled his regular appoint mont at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday There is singing school at the Wallaceton Bapti Church on every Wednesday night Everybody is invited Two of Mrs II Kidda brothers visited her Ins week ro RAISE LOST LOGS Fortunes In Sunken Timber In Mississippi River Bed NOVEL MINING OPERATIONS Loggers Will Recover Millions of Dot Isla Worth of Lumber Material Along a Thousand Mlles of the Stream Not Damaged by Soaking The scarcity of plno timber In the middle west has impelled tho lumbo mills to engage In n novel undertaking by which they hope to savo millions ot dollars worth of toga which now lie at the bottom of tho Mississippi and other rivers extending from tho north ern part of tho state whore tho Mis eisslppl has Its source to Lacrosse Ie nil about 1000 miles of river bed writes a St Paul correspondent of tho Now York Evening Post For ntty years logging has been carried on by rafting plno logs down this great high way tho logs being floated down the Mississippi to a point just north of 8t Paul whom they are gathered up and tnado into rafts Irom this point they are floated down Uio river to the varl ors mills guided by small steamboats ortugaIt believed that tho river bottom Is literally paved with plno logs ns tar south as Dubuque It has been dent onutrated that logy may bo raised wIth great profit Tho plan Is to lift these logs with a hoisting engine erected on n tint boat plnco the toga on tho river bank and havo a government senior Inspect them nnd record the marks found thereon When the original owner con txj found ho will bo compensated ot the rnto of fS per thousand feet This represents just so much profit to the owner and still leaves a margin ot profit to the holsters who can find n ready market for the reclaimed logs nt from 612 to bid tier thousand feet Tho logs that becomo deadheads or sinkers are chiefly of tho small variety known to lumbermen as pig Iron Norway They seldom are more than eight to twelve Inches through at tho butt and are heavy and soggy livermon say a great many of these ilnkybcforo leaving tho landing n tow ot them deadhead It downstream for n way ono end bobbing In the water until thoroughly soaked they sink to the bottom Bound pine logs do not deterlorato when submerged in water Logs which have lain under water for hall a century havo been found In perfect condlUon and lately some of the best lumber produced has been that from some gigantic plno logs that wore tell ml fortyfive years ngo and become drawn down in ono of the neighboring lakes by tho water logging of hardwood timber with which tho raft was bound Tho entire raft chain bound was lifted and half a million feet ot perfect timber was recovered Other streams In Minnesota and WIs- consIn where logs bavo been ratted for years will be explored by tho com pony now formed to begin operations on tho Mississippi river Each him berman has n private mark which Is affixed to every log the same ns a brand Is applied to range cattle rv+ Y r J AVOID ALUM AN UNSEEN DANGER INFOOD TO GUARD SHIPS against the unseen dangers at leithe United States Government maintains lighthouses To guard your home against the un seen dangers of food products the Govern ment has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can The Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alum read it carefully If it done not say pure cream of tartar hand it bock and Soyplainly I ROYAL LOYAL 13 a pure cream of tartar powdera product of grapes aids the digestion adds to the fulness of rood Adams Vocabulary There Is some curiosity ns to the olzcrof Pother Adams vocabulary Ai ho hail to Invent to nt tho necessities that arose It undoubtedly was what might bo called a working vocabulary Presumably It didnt equal In dlmen slows that of Mother Rye She needed a larger one I made up a now word today All she would say and then tho two would talk It over anti perhaps smooth It down or polish It up And maybe Adam would think up a new word while bo paraded up and down It his bare foot through tho chunk ol Jungle that thoy called front yard try tag to got one of tho baby boys to sleep It didnt take much to suggest new words In those days When Adam stubbed his too or stopped on a hornet hla vocabulary would promptly receive several additions that were of the moro forcible than elegant class And Eve had her special words too nnd she had a way of repeating them u great many times to Adams profound discomfiture No Adams vocabulary wasnt big enough to dvnervo tho name It wasnt urea a near vocabulary It was just a bunch of half baked words Cleveland Ilaln Dealer We Eat Too Much Medical science declares that practi ally seveneighths of our Ills are duo to overfeeding Colds In the head are often duo to eating too much It maybe claimed that our own well spread boards aro meager compared to those of our ancestors Probably but our ancestors were hardy and able to throw off tho effects of n hearty meal Wo do not tnko lute consideration tho great difference between their life and ours AH It U we eat altogether too much tool for our health and comfort Philadelphia Inquirer C F HANSONLIC- ENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B H Robinson All ally promptly ttcnilctl to night lad day Trlrplmnn No 4 lUrna Ky The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES CounT or CLAIMS Tho rublfohcn of Webtttrj International Dictionary Hllciro thAtltliI In fncMliopopu detallandvutlyenr1clotinoverytmrtwithIII and severer rcqulromcaU of another BCntra Ion Wo nro of tbo thntthla nllpmtlnn most clearlY and accurately do crttpi tho work that tits been accomplhluxt and the result bathesbroarraclel Tlio Dictionary DI It now ttandn tins been thoroughly ro edited In every detail hl18 boon corrected In every and is nlmlrnbtyadapted to meet the larger and sovonr rcqula nllnta or a Rcncrutlon which dctnandi of popular knowlctlKo thanany gcnurutlon that tho world haaevcrcontnlnctl It la perhaps uccdlcm 1411 wo refer to tho dictionary In our judicial work u of tho highest authority In accuracy of defini tlon amt that In flit uro as In pa tIt will VII the suurca or constant referencti CHA1UXS O Nary Ck W Jana- uwnesee nLIIO- HtTTIIN Jena WYIB CIUULU u iiuwurJoJtx TIlt obow reJm to ITKOSTKIVS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thohlnhoxtnwanl wax given In tho Interns tonal at tho Worlds IWr HIouts GET THE LATEST AND BEST You Will tx MtretltA laser ipeetpien paoct ttnljne- GCMERRIAMCO ruoustrtnoe BPniUOFICLD MASS S wtnvttn- e U J IPOWDER pureI Valuable Cocoanut Trleo K a shipwrecked man were east op cotltl1mbbCtIclimb a cocoanut tree ho could throw down to the ground tho material for his house and tbo fire and a canoe to paddle away In and could climb down ted clothed and with a lag on A troo marvelously adapted to the pressing needs ot man t America Abroad To sail In a wellfound American vessel named by nn American crow from captain down to the boy whq carries countless boiled potatoes front tho gallery to the =orocactlo to be cared for by tho towards who answer your questions with unaccented No airs and Yes sire to ho Jn a word lioroo during your cntlro trip Is not tho least of tho Joys of a voyage to Porto IUcoTho Travel Magazine Corns Wonderful Productlv nei Under favorable conditions a olngla kernel of malto or corn may Increase to a million kernels In two yean Many of thb lower forma of animal lire are capable of multiplying much fatter than that astonishing rate but tho necessary conditions especially freedom from the attacks of dostruo tlvo onomlcs seldom If over ozlit Congress Not Too Lsrgs Tho congress of tho United Btatn Is much smaller In proportion to tho population ot tho country Which it servos than tho central legislative body of almost ovary othor civilized nation In numbers It falls below the 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