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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u l trj ft f kJd ntlr 4 lEI i YAOno Mrwttwft of e o R AkMlHI VWVnru mMBjr g 0- lknd N Me Jntnt HMO Yyatrtmnt Krfmalfcr 0- oeoeoeoeoeoooooooootilt o VIII Fivo cents I3EKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 28 1007 Ono Dollars year No jj FROM THE WIDE WORLD Women suffiuglsta nude another damcmAtratlon before the Houses of Parliament la London EnaVind but were unable to get thru the strong force of police which hid been ported 1 la atulclpailon of their raid BcmMy womea were arrested The Nlcaraugiuni torus have cap tured an important town In Hondur as and the fall of the capitol la pro dieted The president bf Honduras tea fled and R la announced In dispatches received In Wcuhlnetoiv that the war in Central America will soon end1 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY f President Roosevelt la anxious to find out what roracJtc are necessary to Improve oondhlona In our country sad what laws we need to bring about deatrabla ching In addition to the governors of several stales ho lattada to see many men In miny llnea of work lecliUtora binknra railroad presidents and prominent bust ness mea From these he expects tu jet Wets which will help him to shape his pUna WHIUm Jennings Ilryan In hue de bate with Senator DeverM e ckia the race question In the south and westl u reason octlnat the ndlcil centnll aailon of government control and otya that the people of any looillty ore more able to handle and understand the affalra of their section than the central government lat rroer United 8 aitor Unr ton of KiinMa Just relfrtwd from jilt where he Mrrnl s sentence far gmrUac dec U res that he waa offered a pardon by Prtaldint Uoosevelt but that he dedlned to receive clemoncy At the pre ld nta hands Senator inkier hla herd a stale meat at Washington suggesting thit a primary election bd called in Ohio to determine the choice of the topic of that state to head the National Re publlcnn ticket Senator Pinker des favor thtf Tuft boom and it If generally understood among his friends that hi will at a later date MROunce htmaiif a oimlltVitr to suo- tee4 President Roosevelt ouBOinf at of the award of thrw lira of a million dolltra to fire in tftwitaoa turned sad colored InatUu tilkYlt ret H tnslWB iIttde gy s saeral 1111tteeiea JLIt 4a the AWrlbutioa since the jwynt Rift of tlWO000 by John D Rockefeller COMtttflWCJUJM r KENTUCKY The Court of Appeals by a umnlm IMM opinion declared unconstitutional aM void the gerry taodcr act of the Legislature uMe4 la 1906 rodMHct tog the state sad creating 100 legU Utlve distrusts The court holds that the set data not give equal represent atioa to all and that the next lection be held under the old Uw- Lawroncoburg votfd In favor of npm suloona the wets winning by a ma jority of aoventythreo votes A move meat tus been started to ask the County Judge to inn an election In the whole countx when tt If hop d tha the saloons will be closed A good strike of oil In the lolncounty field which his been repeatedly tested for the last several months has caused renewal Interest In oil in Kentucky The quality la as goad as May which his been found In any eec tton and opens up an entirely new 1neleS for possible development A Little College VroM the Klehiuomd IauUgrnph That usually well lnlormed ewepa per the Louisville Post refers to Be re College u a llttltf college small white college etc etc Little CoHeg lM Does the Post know that Bcrea College has a brick chapel worthi 75000 with a mala au ditorium with a seating capacky of i nearly 3000 a smaller auditorium to accommodate GOO one of the finest buildlga In Kentucky A four story brick bulldtag Ladlea Hall worthI 150000 a thneo etory brick building I Lincoln worth ISOOOOa Carnegie Library building bulK of stone and costing 50000 two large Industrial buildings built of brick and ten to twenty other bullAlnga ranging In val ue from 1000 ot 200007 Dose the Poet know that tierea Col lege baa a system ot water works cpa = 40000 a library of 40000 volumes Ilag etc etc about forty y professors and other Instructors n braaa lead and art orchestra noel cal departments etc etc a largo en dowment and land galore and best of all over 1000 students and hundreds df t others anxious to come as soon DS pre parations can be made them t 16uely It can not be called a little J If BO where in Kentucky or south of Mason and Dlxona line Ira bug college Madison county la proud ot hat Institution and just lyo I 4 I 1 f J e ft 5 4 ji THE CITIZEN WHOSE IS ITS Nowadays people arc finding fault with men theyhaveCongoStatethem if they refused The Czar owns Russia and makes pleasesRockefellerliked with them and the money he got from them Harriman owns a lot of railroads has been doing as he chose with them But the people arc finding much fault with these four men and many others for doing what they liked theyhaveright to do what like with your house and farm then Harriman and Rockefeller and Leopold and Czar Nicholas have a right to do what they like with the oil wells and railroads and lands that belong to them No we arc all wrong The earth and everything on it belongs to God and He has lent it to the people He has put on it to use for the good of all While you are using your farm for the good of the people it may be well to call- It your farm When you use it to hurt the people and youTheRockefeller nor Russia to the Czar We dont mindcalling the railroads Harriinans while he is using them for the people When he uses them to rob the people and make himself rich it is time to take them away If Harriman owns the railroad according to law that does not give him the right to do as he pleases with them The laws were made the people The peopld will change the laws if they lead to evil instead of to good God and the people demand thatyou and I and everyone should use what we call our prop erty for the good Of all If we refuse we have no further right to it before God and the world and the laws the laws can be changed and must be until they require what is right i SPRING TERM AT BEREA OPENS WITH A RUSH More Students than Ever Important Courses Train ing for Teachers New Apparatus Tho Spring term never opened so brightly nil yesterday Tho office work was made simpler than over NO that tho students gut into their jjjg per clause without difficulty or delay Quito a number of parents wore to bo soon vinUing the school and attending tho opuuing oxorcincs The coursvH of Instruction olforetl this spring arc exceedingly attractive The now Sloroopticon tho beet ever brought into tho South exhibited lasl Saturday night nnd will bo used freely for illustrative purposes by all closBefl Tho Hxcinl courses for training teachers are particularly strong Tho wholo Institution is more crowded ban over before at this timu of year nod n cousiderablo number of now students are yet to como in h Copy of Cablegram Received by The Christian Herald from Rev T F McCrea Chairman of the Missionary Relief Committee at Chinklang CuiNKUxn March 21 t Kiorscn NEW YORK Present needs very urgent Keporls from nil parts of products Kinngsti Anliui Chehkinng Kinngsi show desperate situation becoming worse daily Itiots going on cold rice shops being pillaged In famine area thQ condition of peoplo steadily growing worse Many deaths Area too vast to gaihtir statistics Sickness increasing Half crop was hoped for but starving people having only bark weeds and straw Bro pulling green wheat Ruining crops Also tearing down houses for fuel and sale American money saving ninny thousands McCncA On the Yiuy to ilimlnr Cnuip In China Since last week a lady who did not wish her name to be mentioned gavo 225 for tho Chinese Relief Fund According to tho plodgo of last week Tho Citizen has sent 225 also to match it All amounts sent to The Citizen Office for this fund up to April 1st will bo covered by Tho Citizen up to 1000 and thus double the amount of the subscription will be sent to save tho starving I t 1 Chief Contents of This Number molt INK From the rude World In Our Own Country- Carnmntwrnllh of Kunliirkf I IInrIn1WteleItI- trrrn Olligo Spring Term luauTim Clittimn Iaiillnc A Illtlr C llKoH- tnilKiilH1 loiirnnl f- 1AfJi TWO NrrIAIT1e llouiinor n TlmiiiwiiHl Cnnillm lxultry nod nxr Salt Tllltla Univn and Vlrlnlty Collrau item lAOH FOIIIU jIubllraervtrrllnrlto1111 Sr flin Inxrrt Jtfnn IITlmoo Notre PA OH FIVK- ICrrxnt Hlntn New Htnry An Ailvvntiirn In the HOR Iaotiiro- PA OK SIX The Iloinn llnltprinllk no n Jlfnillrlnn ThK NrliMil Irntilnin of the IllotrlrtK- rliiMil ttjr Irof DliKinorr Tlio 1r11r Mnnurnv Eighth KflllnrkjrllUtiirjr PAW SEVEN Ilnmn of tlm l nnler Illjr TlinHiinilnjrHrliaol IronP- AGE EIOIIT Kiuttirn K ntuckr Students Journal IConfining Breezy Notes of Com AndTriumphs net Friday March 22 Mr Biggs took school and went to the pln naclo two miles and a halt east el nerca This Is sujosed to bs where DinJel Uoonc first saw the famous blue griss region Near the of the pinnacle Sh- eilarty was detahkdfor n while till a ladder could be hale ro fie girls could got on top of the large took which Is several fet above the of fie hill After a shgttrest and a roclnl time a very Interesting prosrvn was partied out r Sl ncfi soak n shirt survey of tnejsjirrbnnd v tums as- told d the I rtlwI the power or a Clay or a nvgusfer why he intend to be a fanner Dock Gilbert told 1 n his slow but mire way whit he intended to do whnn he become n man Ad die Dowling roaha vary interesting cesay then followed the debate lie solved That corducilian should no exist The affirmative was uphold br Laurence Hubbard and W U Est s the negative by Thomas Nolan am haul Plersall The boys proved bf their talk that they had been think ing Tho decision rendered t favor of the negative After the program peanuts apple and lemonade were served Then th party started back to Berea reaching just in time for supper Beta Kappa Literary Society me as usual last Friday and had a muct program than usual Frank Klnnard gave a good talk on the merits of the society as a whole Richard B sngo had an original poem entitled The Experience of a LoverCharles gave an excellent talk on the subject of Social Privileges Clark Wilson also read a good cs nay on the subject Tho Country Vhero Cam Lewis and I came from In the trill game of Saturday between the first ICappa tram slid Uio second the second beat the first veani by a very largo score Tho celebrations Tuesday were en Joyed by a large crowd They wero opened In tho morning with a base bull game between the College and rho Academy In which the College won by a score of 11 to 8 Fine bouillon beet pork boons and white xnd brown bread mnde up the barbecue bill of fare at noon Then the College Band got busy and the speech ea began President Frost Professo flame Professor Dlnsmore Robert Sponce and Francis Clark were on the program After the speaking another baseball game was pUycd by teams of tho Faculty and the Normal De partment The Normal won with t score of 23 to 2 The Faculty team was a little out of practice Tho Monday night eochls were very successful In the CoHegeAcaddmy social In tho Ladles Hall tho girls were auctioned oft tho evening to the boys all oC Ufa girl to bid for except her eyes being concealed be hind n curtain nUll tho highest price paid being two hundred boons i L lmnon role Oi fc tlift Snloon Amid very exciting scfdirs the peo pIe of Lebanon voted Tues lY o close tho saloons at that plan irail otter May 1st Intoxllcnut g beverages cm not be sold thorn legally The major ity In favor of no saloons was Sixty three f 1 t11 Jo el oeooeoeoeoeoeoeooo 0 i0 How much can you give c f o to save the starving peo i tlii f pie of China J 0 0tieoeoeoeoeuttloeoeoeoeopo Ie J Vol a oopy 41 States not first orders Hull for you was New his tor was town bettor Oolo Beta for f A dOt d At I LlOOt710=+ 6 J7 819 i IOii 12 13 2212342425j2w i 20 1 Ed r 3 j- Mient if5Fr r A J 11tI f1 DMok bre k106s iNJX1boIfhH gurgle rGve Ong6fih kY 4- jAlj When maples bud and fragrantbreeze Coryteb creeping sofsly through theureea ki ljil I +0+0+00+0+0+0+000+0+0+oo+edo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+ I IN BUYING OR SELLING 0 o + o REAL ES TATElIi+ 0- o 0jPerhaps more than anything elseJ ojie a V 1 desires to deal with a completely responsible JIi o institution for realcstateissomethinga mant lusually keeps for a good many ycart J1 A 1j i oruns tThiso I t banking reputation is at stake iji H verjjrjleal l x 0A reputation for absolute fairness ands rrev + o g s liability is worth more to it than any individual o + profit could be f l+ 0 I rWC know real estate values and if yotwant to buy or sell we are in a position to give t you good advice and to see that you getyhat o you should I + We have a large line of properties listed i0Call and see Mr G D Holliday man v tagel of the Real Estate Department v j 1 F o + + 0- o i BEREA BANK TRUST CO a t- l o I 0- i BEREA KENTUCKYf oMt JJ Moore President W HPorter Cashier7 fJ- o 0 1 + GENERAL BANKING O FOUR PER CENT INTEREST r 1 on Savings Deposits Compounded SemiAnnually o tPaid+ SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE BUSINESS OF t o FARMERS IN MADISON AND ADJOINING r tCOUNTIES ti + +0+0+0+0+0+0 +0+0+0+0+0+0+0 o+o+o+0+o+o+0+oo+o+o+o+o+ f r =THE Berea National Bank CAPITAL 2500000 The Berea National Bank confidently believes it can meet every requirement of the ft most discriminating customers DEPOSITORS WILL RECEIVE AS LIBERALi j TREATMENT AS IS CONSISTENT WITH SOUND BANKINGa r v t 8 E WELCH fcoaidont J Vi FOWLER Vice Pros J L GAY Cashlor OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly j wIlUmkrt S R B ktr W C Parks W A Hammond R WTodd K 1 I r 4 ITOTICE TO CORREarelf ESTL Anenmmewcotlohtrnethn rep r nhmiM M- trntei rm hr th bun tit h Ulh ulnillOIpuMertol betty undeOa ofeoQJ tb Oft the ron 1If11O eey ee on dr tb 1r-p raukelaly eretnl to pnee emend I- nthttr and stun piai ud d nuot 1tnpo uAM ftr oRn difficult le detdpn bvctKl Of UM htkaw ia whtch thy u wriiu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailhtr tt THE MAIN CHANCE ZEL9A DAHEEON Elc Copjrlubt le1 bj BoMxJIfttlll Co CHAPTERIVcontlnued- I beg you not to mention It Mr Glenarm nut it was a little queer If you rhould gain any light on the subject let me know- Certainly sir And I bclien hates that wed bet ter keep the blinds down at night These duck hunters hereabouts ore apparently reckless You might at tend to them nowand every evening hereafter He gravely bade me good night and I followed him to the outer door and watched his departing figure lighted by a single candle that he had produced from his pocket- I stood for several minutes listening to his step tracing It through the hal- lbelowas far as my knowledge of the house would permit Then In un known reglons I could hear the clos ing of doors and drawing of bolts Verily my Jailer was a person of painstaking habits I opened my traveling case and dis tributed Its contents on the dressing table I had carried through all my adventures a folding leather photograph holder containing portraits of my father and mother and of John Marshall Glenarm my grandfather and this I set Up on the mantel In the little sittingroom It was with a new and curious Interest that I peered fttlo my grandfathers shrewd old eyes He used to come and go fitfully at my fathers house but my father had dis pleased him in various ways that I need not recite and my fathers death had left me with an estrangement which I had widened by my own acts Now that I had reached Glenarm my mind reverted to estimate of the value of my grandfathers estate Although John Marshall Glenarm was an eccentric man ho had been able to accumulate a large fortune and yet 1 had tamely permitted the executor to tell me that he had died comparatively pour In so readily accepting tho terms of the will and burying myself In a region of which I knew nothing I had cut myself off from the usual chan nels of counsel If I left the place 14 return to New York I should simply disinherit myself At Glenarm I was and there I must remain to the end of the year I grew bitter against Picker- Ing as I reflected upon the ease with which he had sot rid of me I had always satisfied myself that my wits were as keen as his but I felt now that I had stupidly put myself In his power CHAPTER V S A Red TamoShanter l looked ojtt on the bright October morning with a renewed sense of Isolation I Trees crowded about my win down many of them still wearing their festal colors scarlet and brown and gold with tho bright green of some stubborn companion standing out here and there with startling vividness 1 put on an old corduroy outing suit and heavy shoes ready for a tramp abroad and went below The great library seemed larger than ever when I beheld it in the morning light I opened one ot the French windows and stepped out on a stone terrace where I gained a fair view of the exterior of the house which proved to be a modified Tudor with battlements and two towers One of the lat ter was only halffinished and to it and to other parts ot the house the workmens scaffolding still clung Heaps of stone and plies of lumber wore scattered about in great disorder The house extended partly along the edge of a ravine through which a slender creek ran toward the lake The terrace became a broad balcony Immediately outside the library and beneath it the water bubbled pleasant ly around heavy stone pillars Two pretty rustic bridges spanned the ravine one near the front entrance the other at tho rear Jly grandfather had projected his house on a generous plan but burlpd as It was among the trees it suffered the lack ot perspec the However on one side toward the lake was n fair meadow broken by a watertower and Just beyond tho west dividing wall I saw a little chapel and still farther in the same direction thfe outlines of the buildings of St Agathas were vaguely perceptible in another ntrlp of WOOd J1nd The thought of gentle nuns and schoolgirls as neighbors amused me il All I asked was that they should keep air to their own Bide of the wall t I heard Behind me the careful step of hates Good morning Mr Glenarm I trustr you rested quite well sir j Hia figure was as austere his tone as respectful and colorless as by night The morning light gave him a pallid cast Ho suffered my examination coolly enough his eyes were Indeed the best thing about him You may bYoakfast when you lik- eslrand thus admonished I went Into the refectory A newspaper lay at my plate It was the mornings Issue of a Chicago dally I was then not wholly out of tha world I reflected scanning the head lines Rates had placed me so that I faced the windows an attention to my com fort and safety that I appreciated The broken pane told the tale of thq shot that had so narrowly missed mo the night before Ill repair that today sir Hates remarked seeing my eyes upon tho windowYou know that Im to spend a year on this place I assume that you aro acquainted with the circumstances I said feeling It wise that wo should understand each other Quito so Mr Glenarm Im n student you know and all I want is to be let alone This I threw in to reassure myself rather than for his Information It was Just as well I reflected to assert alIttle authority even though the fel low undoubtedly represented Picker tag and received orders from him In a day or two or as soon as I havoflkt used to the place I shall sot tie dMn to work In the library You may give me breakfast at soven thirty luncheon at onethirty and dinner at sevenThose were my late masters hours sir Very well And Ill eat anything you please except mutton broth meat pie and canned strawberries Straw berries In tins nates are not well cal culated to lift the spirit of man- I quite agree with you sir If you will pardon my opinion And the bills They are provided for by Mr Pick ering Ho sends me an allowance for the household expenses So you are to report to him are you as heretofore I blew out a match with which I had lighted a cigar and watched tho smok ing end intently I believe thats the Idea sir It is not pleasant to be under com pulslon to feel your freedom cur tallci to be conscious of espionage I arose without a word and went Into the hall You may like to have the keys said Hates following me Theres two for tho gates in the outer wall and one for the St Agathas gate tho remarked you see And heros the hall door key and the boat Jiouso key that you asked for last night After an hour spent In unpacking I went out Into the grounds I thought It well to wire Pickering of my arrival and I set for Annandale to send him a telegram I found the gate through which we had entered tho grounds the night before without difficulty and started off in amiable state of mind My per plexity over tho mysterious shot was away under the benign in fluences of blue sky and warm sun shine A tow farm folk passed me in the highway and saluted mo in the fashion of the country Inspecting my knickerbockers at the same tlmo with frank disapproval When I readied the lake I gazed out upon Its quiet waters with satisfaction At tho foot of Annandales main street was a dock where several small craft and a number of catboats were being dismantled for the winter As 1 passed n man approached the dock in a skiff landed and tied his boat He passed at a quid pace then turned and me with rustic directness Good morning I said Any ducks about Ho paused nodded and fell Into step wllh meonot enough to pay for tho troubleIm sorry for that Id to pick up a few I guess youre a stranger in those parts ho remarked eyeing me again- m knickerbockers no doubt mark- Ing me as alien Quite so My name is Glenarm and Ive Just come I thought you might be him Woe rather been expecting you here In tho village Im John Morgan caretaker of the resorters houses up the lake u u I suppose you all Knew my grand father hereabouts Well yes you might say an we did or you might say as we didnt Ho wasnt Just the sort that you got next to In a hurry Ho kept pretty much to himself Ho built n wall to keep us out but ho neednt have trou bled himself Were not the kind around here to meddle and you may bo sure tho summer people never both ered him There was a tone of resentment In his voice and I hastened to say Im sure youre mistaken about tho purposes of that wall My grandfather was a student of architecture It was a hobby of his The house and wall were In the Unto of his experiments and to plcaoo Ills whims I hope the people of tho village wont hold any hard feelings against his memory or against me Why the labor thcie must have been a good thing for the people hereabouts- ItI ought to have been said the man grufily but thats where tho trouble comes In Ho brought a lot of queer follows hero under contract to work for him Italians or Greeks or some sort of Corelr ers They built tho wall and ho had em at work in side for half a year Ho didnt even lot em out for air and when they finished his Job he loaded em on to a train one day and hauled em away That was quite like him Im sure I said remembering with amusement my grandfathers secretive ways I guess ho was n crank all right said the man conclusively- It was evident that ho did not care to establish friendly relations with the resident of Glenarm Ho was about 40 light with a yellow board and pate blue eyes Ho was dressed roughly and wore a shabby soft hat Well I suppose Ill have to assume responsibility for him and his acts I remarked piqued by the fellows surly ness Were not the kind around here to meddle as out an passing steam eyed hoped an there Wo had reached the center of the 11I ago and ho left mo abruptly crossing the street to one of the shops I continued on to the railway station where I wrote nnd paid for my mes sage The station master Inspected me carefully as I searched my pockets for changeYou your telegrams delivered at the house ho asked Yes please I answered and ha turned away to his desk of clicking Instruments without looking at mo again It seemed wise to establish relation with the poslofllce so I made myself known to the girl who stood at the de livery window You already have a box she ad vised me Theres a boy carries the mall to your louse Mr Bates hires him Bates had himself given me this information but the girl seemed to find pleasure in Imparting It with a cer tain severity I then bought a cako Ot soap at the principal drug store and purchased a package of smoking tobacco which I did not need at a groceryNews of my arrival had evidently reached the villagers I was coacoltol enough to Imagine that my presence was probably of interest to them but the station master the girl at the post office and the clerks in the shops treated mo with an unmistakable cold reserve There was a certain evenness of tho chill with which they via Ited me as though a particular degree of frigidity had been agreed 9n In advance TO JJB CONTINUED Might Head Her Off Henry said Mrs Peck I am go ing to get a phonograph and talk Into it so that If I happen to die first you can sllll hear my voice Perhaps replied Henry hope fully I will die first Houston Post A Slight Difference FriendWell did you gel your copy right for that last work Author mournfully I did but the printers didnt Baltimore safer ican DESERTED BY PRESIDENT BONILLA ARE THE FORCES OF HONDURAS AND SALVADOR And Cable Dispatches Indicate That the Central American War Is Practically Ended WanhlngtMJ March 25 1rosiclont Bonilla has lied front tho luttlollsld and the Central American war has practically ended according to cable dispatches received In Washington by tilE Nicaraguan minister Mr Coroa The fall of the Honduras capital Teguclgalaua In predicted by the Nlcn raguan Becrctnrj of foreign affairs Mi GomezThe cablegram from the secretary of foreign affairs Is as follows Cho luteca taken Salvadorean and lion duran combined armies defeated Pros Idont Donllla hidden In San Loroiuo with 200 men Sent steamers to capture them Tegucigalpa will bo taken tomorrow Gen Romlrez director general of telegraph and telephones sends this message It In my opinion that the war Is terminated Donllla has fled from Sholutcoa to sail When shown press dispatches an pouncing that President Ikmllla had tied from Honduras by boat MlnUtw 110Isecond attack In Nicaragua unless the United States and Mexico exercUo their good offices to tho extent of Insisting that Salvador and Guatemala maintain neutrality It this Is dono Mr Corea says the war Is ended otherwise he i 11 firmly convinced that It will be only a question of a short time until hMltlt ties are again resumed The Nicara guan minister will ask Secretary Root and Mexican Ambassador Mr Creel to take some steps to force Salvador and Guatemala to keep neutrality pledge SIX KILLED SEVENTEEN HURT And at lent Two Additional Bodies Under the Wreck Los Angeles Cnl March 25A spe clad train on tho Atchison Topeka 6 Santa Fe railway carrying scores of students home from an Intercollegiate field meet at Claremont collided heed on with outbound limited No S on the same rood white both trains were moving at a rapid rate within the city limits here Six ponans were killed and 17 Injured several of thorn fatally Both engine one of the bagRttgo ears on the Overland Limited and the smoker on the spooial were demolish rd Tho crash was terrific and was heard many Works away from the scone Workers at the wreck stated they were convinced bars wore at least two additional bodies under the wreck ot the smoker Husband Took First Shot Florence Ala March HThe no gro Cleveland Harding who attempt od to assault Mrs Ben K Ilfce near here Friday and who was driven oft by Mrs Ricos shepherd dog was sum marily executed by Ills Intended vic tints husband and sane 260 or 300 Byinpathtiers TInt to a tree with bin arms up the negro was riddled with bullets the fleet shot bolus fired by Rice following which It Is said every man lu the crowd emptied lie re velvet at the urlionor Verdict Not Guilty Carthage Ho March 2Tho Jury in the unwritten law murder case against Arthur Sanderson who slew Dr S D Meredith a brother member ot the Order of Flee and hit family physician on the morning of January 1 brought In averdlct of not guilty According to one of the Jprors tho verdict waa reached upon the Idea that the unwritten law must bo up held Sporting Man Shoots Himself Memphis Tenn March 25 Suffer lag from what the police say was met incholln Charlos W Wallace a well known srortfac man drew two rovol Vera at his placo of business and In fUeled wounds that caused almost In Ktant death John E Rousch brother inlaw was wounded attempting to prevent tho man from him purpose Trim Fell Dead Joplln Meg March riWhon Joe Trims wife asked him for money ho dropped dead Trim was n machinist His wife wanted some money to do some shopping It was Immediately aftor he gave her a small amount and site had started to leave the louse that ho collapsed Four Mon Burled Alive nalllngham Wash March 2GFight miners were burled In an avalanche of snow nt tho Drittannla mine mt Howe Sound 40 takes norjh of Van comer Four men were taken out dead and four were rescued His 101st Birthday Sedalln Mo March 25 Frederick Graugratno tho oldest living man born In tho Louisiana Purchase und tho oldest nativeborn citizen of St Louts celebrated his 101st birthday hero Old Soldiers Poisoned Jvcavcnworth Kas March 25 flno death resulted among the 900 old sol hers at National Soldiers home who wcro poisoned by eating tainted hash The victim wits William J Cook aged 04 years a member of the 14th Mis were obtainable Forest Fire Still Raging Danville Va March 25Tho forest fire which broke out near Stuart and which spread to Crltz is belelved to ha still raging though no advices from the steno of the conflagration were abtahablo p MJ21 ttwP ah I SPRING CARE OF APIARY The Precautions Which Should be Taken to Protect Bees flees will do batter K they aro protected in some way after being sot front the collar Winter cases have been recommended for this purpose and they are good but expensive Ho contly however tarred building paper has been used with very satisfactory results In some cases tho whole hive except tho bottom has been wrapped In the paper but It makes It neces wary to remove the covering every tlmo tho hive Is to be opened I have therefore devised a different way of Paper Overcoat for Hive using building papor says a writer In FarmingI piece of the tarred building paper so that It will be as wide as the hive Is deepthat will bo nlno and onehalf Inches for Langstrnth hives and long enough to cover all four lilies of the hlvo and kino have the ends overlap several Inches Tho nut fine day aftor tho boos have been put outside 1 tako an empty hive lady and fasten to It the bottom board with doublepointed crate staples Then lay tho live body on Its side and fasten tho paper at one corner with a thin strip of wood mint was sawed out of dry goods box boards When the first corner Is fastened It la an easy matter to wrap the paper and tack on thereat of the stripsAfter the hive Is fixed and set on the place of one containing boos 1 remove tho combs and boos from that hive and put thorn In the live that has boon protected by building paper 1 then shake all of the heel out of the hive from which the com In have been removed and wrap It with paper sad proceed thus until all of the colonies are protected I have never known any kind of eov or with which a hive could bo okxwd so tight that no heat could escape from the cluster yet some bee keep ors Use nothing under tho cover to prevent the loss of hint I use an on ameled sheet with tho smooth side toward the hoes and on this piece of old carpets or stinking or piece of building paper out largo enough to cover the top of tho hive but not overlapping With an onameled wheat tarred paper would probably not bo an objection to the boot but as It might It is hotter to substitute tho kind of building paper used for houses placo it on top of the hive and of course under the dvor- 1henever a hive In opened In early spring hoat oeaapee rapidly which I B a great objection bocu e some of the brood may be chilled and the colony given a groat setback Whenever manipulations aro necessary the spring months a quilt should be used to cover the lilts while It Is open Make It of several thicknesses of hoary cloth and have one side dark colored and the other side light nail largo enough to hang dawn several InChes on all four skies Tho dark colored lido should be up during cold weather In spring for If tho sun Is shining sumo of Its heat will bo hotter absorbed Tho lightcolored side of the quilt Is for use during the warm season when it Is necessary to manip ulato frames while rob bars are bad When a hlvo Is opened tho quilt should be thrown over the top Roll It back and when a triune has been re moved cover up tho top of the hive again Mating Poultry- In the heavier varieties of fowls no more than eight females should be mated with one male In tho medi um weight varieties 10 to 12 10 about right and in the lighter varieties like tho Leghorn as many as 15 usu ally prove satisfactory One drake to every four or five ducks makes n satisfactory combination but geese are usually bred In trios When mating turkeys from 10 to 1C females ire sufficient for one torn Hatch Early In raising poultry for market usu ally tho profit lies lu hatching early pushing the chickens forward nsrTap1 Idly as possible mid marketing them early Spring chickens at spring JatorIontwo or three months must bo taken Into consideration Success with Poultry- In I making a success with poultry a great deal depends on the pleasure one takes In feeding and taro for them Whenever attending to their hadIfollows which breeds disease l THE BREEDING YARDS y t Mi- Some Suggestions as to the Raising of Strong Chlekensr In regard to tho number of females + In the breeding yards that wllld t t pond In n measure ou the vigor and ago of the male bird and also upoa + i 1 the also of tho house and yards iW If you have house 0xl2 feet mV yards 26x100 feet or larger with l good matured cockerel It will bo feafo to have IG females hens or pttlietaX the larger sizes and 20 If Leghorn or any of the smaller laying broods For a cock bird do not put In more iithan 12 or 13 females In the yards of tho American cJA-of birds or larger not more than lt should bo kept for each cockerel 1C for each cock bird And thorn il no totter time than right now to picke out your breeders and breeding yards rlfor the coming springrwsSo many persons sell off everything they can and then mate IIIJ their aIlJ1 Sh with what they havo left This II wrong way to do business and fliKlUnv breeder will never make any ItHto 11provement In the quality of t frAt w stockteas tat titJ i of the flock so nlbh the bettor e I Xrf V 1017 HATCH CHICKS EARLYTW J uMA- Hi iII slits April and May ths Bet Months xn 3A Start Them yeK itA We raised nearly teary noixl VhlMc w of our April and May hatches W w 1 +a l think It much better uVery way to n hatch as many chicks UN losslbto Inuwi aA March and April and would prt farn4tC none later than May They always rtthrive biHter for us than later npgfIv eo rykeptrange fed wheat oats and cra corn with mash once n tiny of itut ntu4 t teed mixed feed sad beef scrap W tIIwith skim milk as much as wp liaY t to spare The smaller tnjxod Joc t + aro more closnjy confined fed jlpw same except no oats pad IItIII1 with poavines for green ffgtlahn hold of Canada pear rind ualr find writes tho correspondent O UIM Form anti Home tho peavloesa 4 growing fool The rockeroU aro ratStiuiM t rer closely confined In niovabl copjjiri l and yards are fed cracked corp nn 111 avidaddedr at te HANDY DEVICE 14 t- lh i3 Wrt Directions for the Contructlot of A N B a Grit Box 0 t har4BAATotrout nn Inch hoard like Fig 1 Then1board un using half Inch stuff01ltUoltUnLshown In Pig i by boring twutr M M T Good Grit Box and Grain Feeder t In back about two inches from ifdwf111 anti one Inch from top This box cah71 be hung on two page or nails orMn wrt- side 6 of poultry house and makes lalto vary convenient and sanitary grit bokv rr Three kind ot grit or food can but ifckept separately to which the fowls have access at all time but bat 1ot h waste or foul It It ik1vbltblctlhdtwf- ront board extend one and ono tia1NI + Inches below top of partitions hYw1 notching to prevent grit from ft od1I + n tog Into tho troujtlj too freely isj L r CARE OFTHE FOWLS r1 Do sure that n box of clean sharp grit Is constantly elthfin rcactiloCtho fowlsA of w t adCattle and sheep starve on boggy meadows but eesdthrtp rtttdtri1 profitable i i tNo fowls are easier to raise than ts I goose Nothing better than thesundralnabla holds TheroB money la fem t fl ti- ItuttennllkIs a good chlcVen ftSllo1f tlloshOlin will eat ft preference to akin milkr I rrs I The poultry business dots riot maktFt J hard work but everything obhirectcd J11 with it must b6lookoil oftcr 11 uor J son and everything t kojtt xMartttidla Neglect mennslossa i ju tTtttI Feed laying hen top JUU 4ahlNhsl 1 than too much corn U f pppld mumm t + I punyliontt4t Charcoal Is otd of Wob Mt knir1 cheapest of sttfmachtmVlflcTir ivBU s Je ny of It should always bdwhcrLthdt h t wlplctfn g W9 foFJll Vm Idff3Mynodrl- aid proper dtKFttibtrs 4e+U ia Eggs that have becn kcpt wQf1rJ n threb weeks Will produc weakchlcV 1 I ens If they live to lot their Xt v I they will never be strong npr healthy ItTho germ of the egg becomes Wpak rfv ened with age Onlyfresh BQWegga At Jshould be sot n- J iRs1L1 A Ullveru e It la tho unlveriial experience etalpoullrykceporB that while It Is coin paratively n simple matter to make a Z largo profit from a small flock it Is t IIaockl I I I 1 r ookorokorokorokororokorokororokororororokottorokokokao SPORTING o 0 i Jr n GOODSo 0 g o SEE OUR LINE OF R I Jr 11 i Baseball Lawn Tennis 5 xoo and Fishing Material Iw I 11 IErx Porter Drug Co xt o O110110 i10 f1011011 oi10A oyl0 if0110itoko 10I oSt oilOl oil0i1 OII OI1010110II o d- eososooosooosoosooooeoooooooooososoo 0 II Vicinityo i- I s GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i o ososo os- TAKE ooosoooaW NOTICE Tho Sunday School of the Union Church will an Hauler Concort in tun Inrinli IIouHO next Sunday night nl 710 There will bt a union mooting of all tho ChrUtfen m4uvor Stcletlra of Boron ot thr Chrhh hn Church Vtl day March 30ih at 730 u m t JIotiUT W OU11C111n ftsId store la ry ot the Kentucky C II Union will deliver An CHldm nn snaio 1111 Kndmvur topic Kveryhody le cord 1 II Invited S Mlsa Orao Adams hs returned homo torn an axUnded visit with rlj nilvm In Richmond pupil of he Parish Iletiao Sun will give on iiislor Kn ITbo Sunday night nl 7rtJO All ore oordUlly InvllOilI Eo n Wallace wlu hid nn op crntlon a few works ago U still very III Mr IU K Moyo who Is oxptotal to go Into buslntiw hero In n short tints was In town the fleet part of the wok on business Miss mlA Moorfi Is attending iho Normal School at Richmond Miss Leah Rolilnron Is clerking far Sire S R Baker Missis Maude anti Qmco Johnson spent Monday night with Miss Julia Johnson iMUs Anna Ilrannirmn of Wlldlo Ky Is visiting Mr and Mrs J J Brannanun f Mlse Bertha Amt rrann of Whiles Station Is visiting her aunt Mrs Will r OgrIMiss NoHlo Oldham of Conwny Ky wnI n course at been J 0bero a few day with tile sister and r i other friends ForCoughs and ColdsI There is a remedy over sixty Jfyears old Ayers Cherry Pectoral Of course you have heard of improbably have used hOncelnchefamllyltst3ysiche coughs and hard colds on the chest Askyour doctoraboutlt I have hue pneumonia three timer and moutlrthroughtwin last aroit ililricrxn No pnHeltICKIIInulnsalerenrPoint t i I Mad MarAlso geTS SA HAIR PI APARILUI Ayer Pills Increase the activity of liver and thus aid recovery Ithe It M osoosososoosoosooosos4ir Timwlsj with Mrs item Cot Iington Mr and Mrs W II I ogmlon the in ImiUvlllf this weok Mrs Josiah Ilnnletlc Ins Iron siif ftrlug from La hlpim for iwverol wok Mrs Coddliislaa end Mrs Jonei have had five girls nrnploytd this weak hslplnp hem 4o get rotny for their spring olwningeMr Illrum Plgg his mnvnl hick o lila hone on Center atreot Mr Andrew Roil will spcrtk nt the OoHgragailonsil Church next Sunday morning ot 11 oclook All are cord Icily Invited bliss Annn Powell an old Ikrea Btudtnt returned Tuenhy to enter wliool Mr Mark Splnk editor of the Bo roa News was quite sick Tuwahy and detained from his duty In tho offloe Mayor C R Woods tjnd Oounsrlnvin Thomas J SrnlUI of Richmond lire ex ecied at the meeting of the C morotal Club In tho IJink Building on nlXt Vednredty night The heron Bank ind Tnist Co Is In Us new fine hwdqtmrttfrs next to the Porter Drug Co Tho store on Illohmond strert which the Uink hna Just given up Is won to lie occujilcxl wo are told by Mr Blcknall with n Mock of hardware Tate Creek AaMtclnllnn Stoftlnj The fifth Slimily meeting of tho Ta es Creek Ass JouselUnrchFriday Night Bfiwnon Subject TrlniyInherd Siturduy Moral nc 930 Devotional exercises lad by Itw John Creech 930 to 1000 Silvaitijn now and when 1030IL1tIlev T B Smith 1030 to 1100 Should Baptist Churches be uniform in accepting or rejecting alien bap tlsmT Rev ShfihPr l 200 to 230 p in Devotional rervtce led by Rev J A Davis 230 io 300 The mission of the church 1 To tho denominations by Rev Amos Stout 2 To denom inations not of our falUi by hey Goo W Shepherd 3 To ten unsmd by Rev French Adjournment 7J30 p m Subject Scriptural Characteristics of a Now Testament Church led by Rev J A Davis fol lowed by a general discussion Sunday Morning 930 Devotions exorcises led by Rev T B Smith 030 Sunday School muss meeting 1000 to 1030 How to Increase the attendance by W II Porter How lo rotaln them by Rev Dalley The supreme Importance of the Sunday School l by Roy Stevens General die usslon 1100 a m Sermon on Mls alone by Rev J A Davis Signed by committeeJ WILLIAM TODD JOIN HOLTZCLAIW 0- t 000000000000801o College Items o 0 0io 0 ososoooosoosososooo Prof H O Calhoun ot tho College or the Bible Lexington gave a mis sionary address to the YM C A und Y W C A In the Upper Chapel last Sunday night- President Frost gave the Mondaj lecturo to main Chapel this week and preached la Upper Chapel lost Sunday night Ho preaches In main Chapel next Sunday and gives the Monday lecture In Upper Chapel next week Francis Clark has returned from his study In the Agricultural Depart ment ot the University of Wisconsin Ho teaches a course In the Model Schools this term Alias HcudrlckB received a telegram last Friday aaylng that her mother was quite sick and asking her to come hone Sho therefore took the train Saturday afternoon for her homo in Woodstock Illinois Sho docs not ex pect to bo hack this term I The following notice was cilpod iron a recent number of tho Winchester Democrat Dr and Mrs Thomson and son Eugene of Derea were guests of Pres ident Taylor last week Dr Thomson delivered three lectures under the auspices of tho Young Glens Christ Ian Association Tho first two lectures were on An Evening Among the Stars nnd tho lint one Tho Great ness ot God as Soon in the Stars Decides stirring up a great Interest In tho College in tup study of astronomical subjects Dr Thomson by his last lecture on Tho Greatness of Codas Seen in tho Stars and by his most helpful addrresrs at the Chapel meeting as well as by his fine Christ lam spirit and fellowship has deeply impressed tho student body of Ken tucky Wesleyan College Dr Thom sons coming wo regard ns a spiritual epoch in tho history of the College and trust that our three friends may soon return to us The spring term Is starting off smoothly with a largo attendance nnd n good Interest President and Mrs Frost expect to leavo for tho east next Monday afternoon i Miss Rose AIcForron of Pine Hill Ky was hero a few dhys tho first of tho week with her brother Rose is an old Beraa student nnd has made a host of friends here A choice lino ot dress goods no lions embroidery laces muslin un derwear rcndynmdo waists Amer scan Beauty Corsets newest styles in spring hate and everything in ladles wearing nppnrol nt MRS S R BAKERS IFOn SALE6 Show Cases 2 Mirrors 1 Monoy Safe 4 dozen lint Stands 1 Figure e MRS A T FISH Houses and Gardens for Rent Call ou G D Holliday ut the Boron Bank aud Trust Company UP TO MANAGERS Crisis In Industrial Affairs of Western Railways Reached Chicago March 20A crisis has been reached In the negotiations between the railroads throughout the West and their employes over tho wago Question nndHit is up to tho general managers according to rep resentatives of tho 50000 employes who have voted to strike unless their demands are complied with The re ply of the general managers to this sentiment is Wo havo conceded all wo can Flnq Showing for Canal Zone Washington March 2flj Only two deaths occurred among tho 5554 white laborers in tho canal zone dur ing February Black water fever caused one of those deaths and tubarculo sis the other No deaths were report ed among the 900 American women and children on the Isthmus Tho sick rate was 24 for every 1000 per sons for tho month Judge Andersons Ruling Chicago March 20Judgo Andor son in tho federal court has dncldnd that John R Walsh former president of the Chicago National bank should appear before him April 3 and enter his plea to tho 100 counts of the in dictment charging him with inlsntrpll cation of tho funds of n national brink San FranciscoCases Ban Francisco March 21Titogrand jury last night returned seventy five indictments charging brlbory slxtyflva being against Abraham Ruof and ten against T V Halsey former general agent of tho Pacific States Telephone company Halsoy is now in Manila installing a telephone service i Child Charged With Murder Cornell N Y March 25A murder i trial presenting features ot unusual In I terest began hero today Jcnnlo l Durch a fourteenyearold girl called on to answer tho chargo of polI Boning Wilbur Wlnshlp a twoyearold i child whoso nurso she was Tho do tense will be insanity t 11 BIG TRACTION DEAL Gigantic Merger of Traction Inter ests In Indiana and Illinois Has Been Effected S THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD Plans Now In Hand Contemplate the Combination of Lines That Will Form Amazing System Deal of FarReaching Importance Concluded Indianapolis March 2GA distin guished party of Indiana traction men headed by Hugh J McGowan head of tho DolanMorganMctfwan syndicate in this state today closed a deal for tho property of tho StoneWebster comps ny of Boston nt Terre Halite Tho representatives of tho two Interests met at Torre Haute and completed the transaction by which Mr McGowan and his associates have acquired tho Torre haute city lines and a traction road from Terre Haute to Brazil Mr McGowan and his associates also ac quired tho Interurban lino from Terre haute to Sullivan from Terre Hauto to Clinton from Torre Hauto to Parts III and the Terro Hauto electric light plant These properties will form an Im portant part of tho lines Included in tho Terre haute Indianapolis C East ern Traction company for which ar tides of Incorporation were filed Saturday Tho capitalization of this com pang was 25000000 with n bond issue of 10000000 Tho consummation of tho deal at Torro haute today it is said will bo n long stop In tho development of tho traction properties In Indiana Tho company la now building a lino between Indianapolis and Brazil by tho way of Plalnflold and Grconcastle and expects to bo running cars between hero and Torro Hauto within a short time It is declared also that the In dlanapollsTorro Haute property will eventually bo a link in a direct trac tlon route between hero nnd St Louis Tho other traction properties taken over by the now company are tho In dinnnpotle Martlnsvillo Rapid Tran sit company tho Indianapolis East Urn Traction company the Richmond Street Railway and Interurban com pany the Indianapolis Northwest ern Traction company tho Indlanap oils Plalnflold company and the In dianapolis Western Traction com panyTho development of theso lines un der thb direction of Mr McGowan dur ing the last live years is regarded as i marvelous and It is said that still greater forward steps are contemplat cd by him and his associates Im provementsmaro Icing rondo with tho view of attaining tho highest perfec tion In traction transportation and for tho purposo of demonstrating that tho traction lines are ono of tho most im portant factors in tho development of tho state It is understood that Mr McGowan will be president of tho now company ns ho has had direct supervision of all tho properties When tho improve meats now contemplated are complet ed Mr McGowan will havo under his supervision hero the largest traction cystom In tho country and what Is now said by traction experts to be tho tin est transportation system of tho kind in the world CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER The President Highly Commended for His Waterways Movement Washington March 2LPresideat Roosevelt has received telegrams from n number ot commercial waterway and other organizations In tho West congratulating and commending him on the appointment of tho inland waterways commission to consider and report n comprehensive planfor the Improvement of the Inland waterways Tho gist of tho congratulations la that of all tho great measures tho president has advocated for tho hen efit of commerce tho appointment ot tho commission Is the greatest that Its work should put an end to the transportation troubles of the country and that tho president has arrived at tho real solution of tho transportation problem THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stocii at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 70c Corn No 24GVSc OatsNo 2 mixed 4le layCJover 1000 Q1700 timothy 18002000 millet 1300 01500 CatUe2GO 0 600 Hogs 5000060 Sheep 2500525 Lambs 5500750 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 790 Corn No248c OatHNo2 45c Cattlc 440 8 540 Hogs 450C65 Sheep 2600525 LnrnbsUGO800- At Chicago JVhcat No 2 red 7Co Corn CatIfesters 3000490 Hogs 4600 025 ghcep 5000025 Lambs 0000805 Livestock at New York Cattlo 5000030 Hogs 6900 710 Sheep 4000575 Lambs675- Os7a At East Buffalo CntUo400GlQ Hogs 5500 675 Sheop LambsGOO 0860Wheat at Toledo May 7SHc July 79Ho cash 770 r I karorokokokokostokolokotSokoRokoetokokokoelokokoetoetokoka i o Ring Phone No 10 x- K g o WHEN YOU WANT ai- hf it GROCERIESo 0 GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED x- r TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN o Golden Grain Patent Flour per sack 550 o- tc Best Granulated Sugar per lb 050 K- o Best Canned Corn per can 050 r- a o FORxo It IOOOOOOOOOOI A 5i1 are a full line SHOES for men 4 400 SHOES for ladies 300 and 350 for boys and invite you when that new Oxfords and see our line Yours KY Tarsley Told Matters Current Interest THE NEWS A More Are Found Accurately Detailed the of the Largest port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Kentucky election casce sustaining tho Demo craUc party and refusing to nullity tho 1005 election which P C Barth was chosen mayor except in a fow cases Involving only mag istrates and constables Tho court holds that fraud was practiced In Louisville in tho election of 1903 but that it was not sufficient to Invalidate the election AH the pleas of tho fu slonlsts overruled appeal will taken to tho state court of appeals ALMOST DRY Another Tradition Being Shattered the Statistics Fiend Lexington Ky March 23An ether is being ruthlessly shattered tho statistic fiend who lays Kentucky will a dry state within a few years And has the figures to prove his words In the stato famous for blue grass fact horses and fine whisky there now only a few wet spots left of tho onco valuable dis tilleries havo been shut down and rotting away Murder and Arson Charged Mayfield Ky March 21A sensa tion was caused when Benjamin Par ker was Indicted nnd jailed on a charge of murder and arson Tho case grow out of tho mysterious burn I Ing ot Parkers boarding house weeks ago In the debris of which the charred body of a stranger found Killed a Cripple Mtddlesboro Ky March 20ln a fight at Waltons tailoring establish moot Williams shot and Instantly killed Charles McMillan who had but arm and leg Tho cause of tho shooting is unknown Williams escaped to tho mountains Tim ayoayo ot Is reo markablo chiefly for eyes which larger In to size than thoso of any other creature t I J oof o c Or the Turn the inside pocket Its a mark of honesty and you see KANTBE BEATon a garment you know Is 0 braced inside cellars made right shoulders built up and cloth shrunk before makers stand behind I We claim this clothing perior to tailor made receiving of SKREEMER at AMERICAN LADY SECURITY SHOES girls at prices to please We to visit us thinking of pair of CO 1BEREANEWS OF KENTUCKY Concerning of rf to Kentucklans STATE IN NUTSHELL Happening Im Throughout eSIMiller by unimportant are An be KENTUCKY by tradition by bo ho Its are Many are six was ono ono Madagascar Its are proportion Its oooooooooooo Be Richardson I LOOK LABEL KANTBEBEATthats qualityWhen it K- Pockets cuttingThe KANTBEBEAT is su socalled WE at respectfully HARRIS RHODUS FURNISHERS Information Al properly p In Court Seven Years narboursvillo Ky March 25Int- he courts for seven years and still undecided tho cases of members of the Second regiment Kentucky state guards against tho Loul8vlllor Nashfvillo railroad havo been trial Twenty members are suing the L N for 10000 each claiming to havo been damaged by bad service when being taken to Governor Dock hams Inauguration seven years ago James Fred tho 1Murderors F tober was sentenced to tho peniten t tiary for ninetynine years The der resulted from jealousy both men being suitors for tho multMiss Jennie Green a young woman Stewart was a candidate tho legislature In this district Slipped Out of Jail = Hopkinsvllle Ky March 22Ed Laco charged with horso stealing Kirk Bush and M Coleman charged with shooting with Intent to kill cs coped from tho now county jail by sawing tho bars The men had been detailed to sweep the corridors and escaped a tow minutes after beginning work Tho alarm was given by Har rison Alexander under sentence of death for criminal assault Racing Dates at Lexington Lexington Ky March 23It Is officially announced hero that races will bo held at the running track hero from April 27 to May 4 Thcso dates havo been allotted by tho Ken tucky racing commission The do cision to hold a running meeting is believed to be the result of a deal between tho Blue Grass fair people and James B Haggln of Now York by which they have agreed to pur chaso the track from Capt Harry Brown of PlttsburgARev Henry W Cleveland Dead Loulsvlllo Ky March 22Tho Rev Henry Whitney Cleveland Is dead at his homo hero Ho was a native of Georgia was private secre tary to Alexander II Stevens chaplain of tho FiftyFourth Georgia dur- Ing tho war and served in President Davlss secret service The Rev Mr Cleveland was a relative of form er President Grover Cleveland Dying Man Kills Assailant Lexington Ky March 26 Thomas Oldham was shot and killed and Chief of Police Tarpoy wounded at Winchester In a fight caused by tho at tempt of Tarpcy to arrest Oldham on tho charge of robbery While Tarpoy I lay on tho floor mortally wounded ho raised on his arm and fired at Oldham killing him Instantly u 1 I The Citizen A totally newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Fablithed teem Thursday it Bere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Iacurinrntr L Albert Cook Ph 0 Editor and MET Subscription Rates PAYADIlt IN AOVANCU- O rear It n- dx Month Go Three MonthSend money h Ptonlce er Napree Mney Order mart HrjUlfntl ldar ufuuc and IWG attampsThe afterynur mime eo Ulxi hnwa tc lilt dale y mr wbHrlMlon i psid If it i nm vhinrrd wttllin that wrrks alter trurnil our ua plaint niimbtm will W thdlysUed if wen notified Pine Premium Klven for new nl rTipttoni end Plftpl rrnewilK fm lor rieiuiuin rot Xiberil trw Bvn s any w1 l obtain lew sub for in Any 01r rmnc n+ tout TCirlT luWrtylivlw ran nK eTletaeuitsfurltl I for oet ynr- AdvcTlMnc ruifriun ppllti i Y- fIFV1R nF KKNTCCKV JKliSS ASiSXIATlON The richest man In the world Fred elck Weyerhaeuser tbo Umber king Is worth over 1000000000 controls 50000000 square miles of land and is practically unknown He came to the United States as an Immigrant He worked first as a section hand on a railroad He next bought a sawmill raved his earnings and began to spec date in timber Ho lives In St Paul has no Intimate friends and Is a vent able rtIuse Strange are the contrasts of fate remarks tho Indianapolis Star A team In Shelby county ran away with a wagon load of nitroglycerin ran tutu a telephone polo smashed tho wagon to pieces and there was noox plosion hut a fow days ago n carload of high explosives was exploded by the rumble of a passing train In the former case there was no one near to be Injured In the latter dozens of pas Kcngers wore killed or maimed by the explosion Contrary to tho general supposl tion Ilalsull the Moroccan bandit is a welleducated gentleman tracing his ancestry through Mulal Idris who founded the empire of Morocc to the prophet In stature he Is Bald to be tall and handsome with an unusually white skin and with features rather Grecian than Semitic altogether a fascinating gentleman with his knowl edge of languages and gift as a story s tenor and his consclousrfctss of exalted s birth It is GO years this year since the United States began to Issue postage stamps The first regular issue con le elated of nve cent stamps bearing a portrait of Franklin and tencent stamps having a likeness of Washing ton lk th Washington and Franklin Lave appeared on every regular issue since Franklins head Is on the one cent stamp today and Washingtons on the twocent thus preserving the ratio of relative values with which they began I A scientist has discovered a sun spot which ho describes as the biggest and most beautiful on record extend Ing an eighth of the way across the luminary and Its approximate size be tins fixed at 118000 miles long and n 30000 miles wide the entire area being 3500000 square miles That CAr talnly Indicates a remarkable disturbance in the center of our solar sys 1tem The scientist predicts some I striking electrical phenomena asa re 1suIt of tho agitation in the suns a The only known survivor of the naval battle of Xavarlno which took place Oct 20 1837 Is still living at liiustoad near Rydo Isle of Wight In tho person of John Stainer who has Just entered upon his hundredth year The old man whoso physical infirmi tiles now prevent him leaving his iroom was midshipmans steward on board H M S Talbot when tho con which gave Greece ner independ took placo Ho afterward served 4asa coastguard and retired many ago on a pension Dr Hans nichter the famous musl cal conductor is a thorough believer In comfort In dress and not Infrequently sets fashion at defiance One broiling evening In Paris he led the orchestra wearing the regulation dress coat and a pair of cricketing trousers never dreaming that he would have to come into full view of the audience At the end of tho opera however so clamorous were the calls for him that he was compelled to show himself be foro tho footlights arrayed as he was Ills unconventional led to explosions of Henry laughterI1 lean women aro poor talkers The trouble with Henry la that he saw the ladles only when he was on the plat j form and they had paid for the prlvl Lego of listening It should be carefully explained that Although is going to build tho canal neither regulars nor volun tears of the service will be put on the job King Leopold of IJelgtum is reek oned as the richest nianln Kurope sti Jr as real estate Is concerned a An Artr0s ifesatj in- 1f1r tttJr trltrlt iil By JULIA MARLOWE Then1 is no other profession iiioiv honorable than noting llurc is no other art more exalted Tho mediaeval prejudice against players has piwed away The young woman sacrifices neither dignity position nor tUIplCt when ebo becomes an nctros3 to nppro iiali minds thoro cnn bo no satisfaction us grunt OB attempting to jwrtrnv in nctuallifo tho diameters ilnnu l v grunt dramatists and pouts the art com hints iionietliinjr of nil the other arts and in a way transcends theft all and lastly tho woman who masters it is greater than a queen Now for the means What is tho iourec that will with opportunity and ability lent the budding actress to gueeess ilnrd question First I should sayrtudv study study Nothing eliw will HVaI no ml vcn tit ion aids of good looks or graceful IxinringB nothing but incos rant toil over her jmrt plmtking out the heart of its mystery An we have nothing in this country answering to tho Paris towwrvn loire let the beginner whoa sho has loarned the alphabet of hor art seek an engagement with n company playing elassicnl plays No other motors of instruction open to hor will be so valuable She will learn then if she is observant and studious the requirements of acting and whoroin she and others fail to meet these requirements I snggrjst the ehtssie drama becfttuc Uic tin she is mon likely to sot a grounding in the rudiments Mr t said If one ran vthe legitimate one cnn play anthinlFNever imitate any one lie yourself leering night after tti lit the same jicrsotn recite thShsemi lines in the same way it will nrjHin careful watching at times to uvoid falling into their peculiarities Ilavtv a method and conviction of your own Indeed have a eonvtctiontlie- method faJtkply to tome of itself Never go beyond your feeling H you would enlarge your action you must first enlarge your feeling and to do that have recourse to book always the book The opinion we omwioiMlly lunar pmt it is only necessary to look wll for that is half the buttle is infrihetatUy erroneous except posal bly from the eomercial joint of view which I wish to eliminate anUrrfy from the prevent consideration of the subject Qualities that I should insist upon as necessary for d suecnafnl beginner art first a power to fend the character represented n inieUecturfl and moral discernment of the temperament of that character ami tMt feeling end ptiseions which move it coupled with som appreciatioiufif itk proper outward expression in trot of voice figure and sIA second quality 1 should require would be a measure of litoinry taste and cultivation a sympathy with the beautify of langwflge a JMrer of translating the 1 lullof literatim into feeling It uhlir rruirr lart tn lJiill By RICHARD H DANA President Maiiichuietu Civil Service Aitoclatlon The in taw various government posi tions lure oh the average rerntuncil very near ly stationary the That 30 yours while in outside employment and ape dally recently dories and wages havo Cory increased The of living has also recently increased and these reasons at Iwnt suggest why it is becoming more diflkult to fill the public service The last report of the national civil service commission shows that in the last year though they had more positions to fill they hUll 25000 leN applicants than the year before The statistics show that taw resignatipna and the declinations to take government positions on tho part of those who have Already passed the examinations are greater than over before The person Who has already passed an examination uses tIn high murk as a credential for private employment and the bright young people who come into tho service through the competitive systole after n few yenre of experience are found by business men to be extremely valuable persons and they tempt them out of the government srvlce Again the lower grades of tho government service give relntlvoly bet ter pay than the higher so that there is loss futuro advancement tempt a man to stay in thc government service than there is in prlvnto omploy ment Several prominent members of congress here suggested that the salaries ought to be incnwsed and n number of eminent heads of depart ments anti experienced government olllcials believe that there ought to be l more permanent lends of bureaus with large salaries thrown open to promotion In the first place onr largo government departments are remarkably lacking in permanent heads with large experience Such positions could be filled by competent persons only in case the salaries woro inade attrac tive The postmaster general for example line suggested that there generalIreajxmsi a more before the I need of inducing the competent kind acceptIstay on gocrnul service WITt Jnnrr5t mJttttt By DR EMIL G HIRSCH salaries for much cost Who the rllhcst men mentally and in material things are we either know or can easily find out but who Uw poorest materially and morally ore is not so easy to find out The poorest man is he who will not place him self under the influence of the larger life the man who refuses to receive the man who is selfgatislled at all times who thinks his knowledge is suf ficient and that he has learned all that may be of any possible help to him selfrllio richest man is he who will mingle with his fellow men absorb the teachings of the wiser and attempt to Understand the world and its i people The more that we people know o sad other the richer we are uss MARINES TO POLICE PORTS BLUEJACKETS TAKE A HAND IN CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR Action of This Government Will Relieve Foreign Countries of Making Naval Demonstration Washington March 22Illuoiaek Nil slid 1118 rill WI have been landed from the United Status gunboat Ma rlotta at Trujlllo and Celba and prob nbly at Puerto Gorton Honduras in order to protect American Interests In those ports AdvIrt9 to this effect wore received nt Uio navy department from Com raander Fullnm of tho Marietta and they wwo at once tmrisnUtUd to the state department As yet no word has been rccolvw HB to whether forces have boon landed at Control American ports on tho Ia riflo const able but undoubtedly this Mop will be takon It American Inter oats are cqnsldwod In danger The navy department feels that the cctlwi of ComDinndsr Fnllnm brings the situation completely In Ira ml so far is the safoKuardlnff of trodo m tpltllta Ifs coaewmMl In addition to the protection given to Amertrans It Is felt that the action of this government will relievo for ulgn Kovvrnmeats of the neesaslty ot taking any slaps toward making a naval itanonstmtloa Tlic landing ol the bluejackets and marine and tilt policing of both shores of the Central American repub Item with Inlwd State gunboats be fore trading vessels bad boen moleat od in any manner or foreign kiteroati joopardtred U regarded hoe as a diplomatic move that will prevent any International complications growlnt out of the policy of UM United States not to permit KurojK n demon tre fops In Central American or South Awurtcwi waters From tits inssmar 4lp t tiofi re cohrwl It Is aaforstood that Cons raaatisr PNllaat landed a tore of about M marines trap Uw Marietta at Tnt JtUo sad 20 btovjeekets at Coltta and thou oottUmied his ease to faorto Cates IJEWEL BAG SiNG It Contained Gems of Mrs Morgan Valued at 18000 i I 6 York Mares ZKtptMO tboHsajJd dollar worth of Jewelry win Molest from the home of Charles Mor gan son of Ute fonodor of UM Morgan Usawshlp lInes at Orange X J Lata In tile aftemteqA Mrs Morgsi found that a drawer In her dressing table bad bees disturbed sad an la vestlKBtlon showed that ker Jawel ball u missing It contained a diamond vss lot vajuwl at MOO two nell ftilOtMI at 8009 and many etbes plea of Jewelry Robbers Attack Messenger Car Palestine Tex March natrain o 4 of the International treat Northern north bound was leaving JJlklmri 12 mHos below hero UxpnMM MeseoflKer Wlnsley Womack of the Pacific Hxprew Co was knocked In the hbad and thrown out of the car He not missal ftoni Ule train until PalosUne was roaohod and a Ita tlo inter a telephone message was re ceived from him at Blkhart stating that lie had been OMauIted by rob bers Tho safe In tho ear was open when the train reached Palestine The sheriff and a posse ta leaving Palatine on a speelal train for the acetic of the robbery Mall Bag Thief Confesses Purls March t71to man nainoil Dutloks arrested hero recently with 42000 In American aeotirttloa In his IKMMssion under tho suspicion that ho was an accomplice of tho thieves who Mole a mail bag containing = 100000 on a French line steamer has made a confession InipllcntliiK a gang of In tornatlonal robbers as the rend of which other arrests are expected Ini mediately Jars Win a Point San Francisco March 28 Although Japanese coolie labor is barred front the United Stales tho Japanese In San FVancIro have partially wot their eight with the local school authorities Under the new order of tho board of odueatjon XIppoaego children under 1C years are permitted to enter the jirlnwrj grades iBurned To Death Prairie Fire Bonosteel S D March 22Mrs C B Voctim and hr daughter wero burn Mi to death In a prairie lro that has been raging all day on the reservation west of hero Several farm houses have been destroyedRecords Springfield III March 22 Thursday was tho hottest March day since the weather bureau was established In thin city 20 years ago tho temperature being 90 derv es Hurricanes Havoc Rome March 22A violent barn cane which line caused serious damage has swept over Italy Several vessels have been wrecked Suffragists Go To Prison Tendon March 25 Twentysix auf fragcttos who were arrested rft brawling within tho precincts of par liament wero sentenced to from 5 or a fortnight In prison to 10 or n months Imprisonment They all cleeV ed to go to jail WarmTopeka Kan March 22 Abnormal ly hot March weather prevailed In Kansas Thursday The maximum temperature at Topeka was 91 but many other points reported temporal lures raging 2to 4 degrees higher I SERIES OF TRAGEDIES OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL AND SPECTACULAR CHARACTER COUNTY ATTORNEY JEFF DMLEAN Was Shot and Killed and Hamll P Scott Fatally Wounded By Will lam Thompson Ft Worth Tex Mnrch 3J0Iknr gnmbllnghuullcLoan wits shot and killed and mail1 Scott n morabor of the raiding party fatally wounded by William Thompson tho onearmed proprietor of the rusort halt an hour later Thompson was surrounded in a lumbor yard within 100 yards of where Scott was shot down and captured after n desperate tight In which Thompson ittcelvod bul let wounds that will probably cause ils death within a few hours The series of tragedies were of tho most sensational character The house raided is located on Malts Street near tlm corner of Sixth In the heart of the rotall district Forced Hntranee Into House County Attorney McLean heeding u party of deputies forced an entrance into the place attested several man nnd loaded a furniture van with tables and other paraphernalia The wagon with Uio conn wixl tar nlliiro had jwt move off when Thompson awroaahail McLonji who was standing on the sidewalk anti when within a fow feet Of the oftlclal fired one shot tie ballet striking Mann in tho throat breaking his Urea and causing almost Instant death AJ Mel bait Ml TiMMatMon turned sisal ran west on Sixth attest with Sent In imrwltDodflwg behind a but board at the cornor of Seventh aud Throokmorton streets ThoMHiMtt awbMbftl Scott BhoaUtw UM deputy three tares In DM body Whoa Soott fell Thespian topped Daly IIeoeugk io dlt olml his- lllltpty ptetol Jar that MrriM kr UM dying deputy and the t lie reawrad Ida ulgkt TkomiMoii ky tkls Use tbarovgklr diapers WM ready for a Sght to the deMJi hell said Lloyd om a0re on Thespian which the latter return ert Tho officers wounded Tbompton In three places sad he In probably totally Injured Aee aa Thespian had emptied hk gun the Omeen tell W hint with bare hjuula and ma4o 11m a prisoner 0 ROUMANIAN RIOTS SPREADING And inhabitantsre Compelled To Flee For Their Lives Vienna March 21 Aeeonluc to the news raoolrad In Uu4aieet from Moklarln the peaaani movemoat In Iloumanla la Kprwidlng The town of Dorogol has boon sacked sad Imnied by the p HsnnU The iNkabttanls are compelled to flee for their live The seriousness of toke situation In Northern Moldavia growing out of UM nkrartan dlconlera noeordtng to Uw latest Hrfegrnphie retorts roaoMac hero from CiernowKs on the border lies not been xantorated- Ftom estimates made It appears that 101 tunes In Moldavia haw heed- devastated 8000 fliiltlves have tied over tie Itoumnnfon frostier Into Aus tria and A total of 10000 Jews are liomoJoes Tho reports give a total of about W men killed sad 160 wounded IRONTON IN ASHES Many of the Dest Residences In Town Fall Prey To Fire Ironton O Mnfoli 28A flro has been raging hero since noon The blaio started at the Ironton Lumber Cas yard and n fierce wind blow sparta from thjs oenlor and soon started tires- n a atn different Hvctians 01 tho city Toe fire department was entire ly Inadequate Ashland Ky sent one company to assist in combating Uie Uanu Many lit tube boat rosldences In tho city way burnt as follows L A Anderson Ioatmaster Strobel ItnnUor Will Lewis T J Gfbort Harry Campbell Clay Henry Frank Illxby anti Hanker Trod Horsohell pia many au 20 rosldcncus were on firo at onoo The loss li more than 100000 500000 Dlaze at Pine Bfuff Pine llluff Ark March ZIIFlre swept over tho entire plant cf tho llluff City Lumber Oo and des roysd several small dwellings owned by the company The loss Is variously oat mated nt from J500000 to 17COOOO New Record at Detroit Detroit Mich March 23Thlll was the warmest March day in the history of the local weather bureau The thor mometer reached 75C degrees Tbo previous record was 7G on March ill IS75 Posse After Harding Florence Ala March 23 A posse of enraged citizens with bloodhounds Is searching for Cleveland Harding a negro farm hand who it Is alleged attempted to commit an assault upon MM Ben Rice and who was ccaroJ away by a dog Bars the Orientals Pretoria March 23Tim upper house of parliament passed the Asiatic ordinance providing for tho exclusion of tho Japanese and other Asiatics wise are immigrating to South Africa IP Incrcaslus numbers Go J I CONCEALING WHISKYS WORK How the Full Work of Intoxicants Is Covered Up vats It Is well known that voryniftny calamities for which liquor Is really responsible urn attributed to other emcees In tho published accounts The IMttshurg Dispatch In n recent arti ale exposes the various explanation which are commonly Hi vim In title eon auction Tho Dispatch says Apoploxy heart disease gastritis and pneumonia frtxpjuntly appear on tho death cortlficntus to the Allaghunjr county morgue but were the truthitold those deaths In ease onch your have boen saporls ducal by alcohol Tho mortuary records of the cotmty during the tart tow yuan show that there has boob u remarkably hinge number of deaths for which habitual Inioxloatlon was tho primary or 4llrert cause InlnllUn and tmgMll s ta many cases may be attributed to the mo of alcoholic drinks and ID alas ease out of every tun the persons who have eominltted suicide daring tie last decade In and about llttstmrg were driven insane or rowlsrse itestt tutu and despondent by drinks tams Death duo to unoHNHtnlH In the t cause often asorihod by uhyeietaM for tho loath of their patients In order that the friends of Ube dsad bo not wo Sorted to humiliation the words am perlnduced by acute alcoboHam are frequently omitted from the oortMeftte which Is tent to tho onranor- Ptieuiaonta elanns itorbaps the larger share of drunkards While any tier the Inflame of Jrtna men subject themselves to exposure WUIIo on a protoniHMl debsH h they are carols about their dress wall hunt no i csrd for the MHtdHkm of tIM weather with the rusMlt that they ooHtruot rere colds whIle the system U not In COB dltloH to fortify them against illness and death follows T1Ht nM stereotypod phase killed by a train Is used hMdrsds of asps IB a year by the lltubvrg newspapers and It Is bronchi Ito dally use M a result irf drunkenness InTMUMUM Into the death of most persons killed while watkiM the railroad track uproved that the vteiraw were no4er the Isnsee ot liquor Itoeords of the local hospitals show that 76 nr cunt of UM victtHM of see- ddiets pjaewl wider th 4r tale are de- eb Inhale us ami la 90 mt of evwy 106 cases brought to the hospitals la patrol Mesons rxaoa Aloobol baa fig uNd proaalaentiv- If aay seen or body of man to Pitts berg tWakstte Is hilly alive to the 4s bkmihle conditions that base been wrought by alcohol and tie kindred stroyers of bite homes sad happiness ho to Wrest Tha whisky bottle Is lertdeaso la nest of the bevel In the disulcu toy habllod by the famlllos woo are frt Httt applicants for aid at the ants II Ute department of charities sad ear reetnntTile liquor taws In Alloshaay result are AS stringent as In any other place In the Ualtwd States but notwUa etaiMllaR this tapers are multiplying t oar unions are ntHag up and records M charitable instltatloas show that laismpsranc la fluorlehlng and note lug Is being accomplished toward ean lag the dranttani r Rockefellers Dont Drink At the tenth annwil banquet of the Young Mats Illlile class of the Filth Avenue llsptlst churcH New York city of which John D Rockefeller Jr Is tho loader Ice water flowed trebly ami Mr Rockefeller told why Ito wai a total abstainer Ho said To drink n glass of boor Is not In Itself moro harmful than to rat some kind of indlRfwtlblo food Tho single notion Is not a sin but It Is the abuts that the first glass lad to that is the sin t bellovo not only In temperance but In total abstinence and this far two roasons First because both my father and his father as well as my mothers father wore strictly tamper ate second my mature Judgment Is that while there may bo no harm In +ono glass that one glass may load on to more Therefore 1 say that one glass Is one too ninny Tippling Money as a Dower A marriage recently calibrated In Scotland has a curious story attached to It Tho brides father and mother who have been abstainers for over 20 years gave as a marriage dowry to t tholr daughter tho sum of J120 Every week since they became totaltabstainers the amount formerly spent r In alcoholic liquor had been banked Aients a girl hall seen her father slightly In 1 flbrlated and reproved him for It lhe next tiny Tho parents have en t chutml drink ever since 1 Total Abstinence Essential 1u Total abstinence Is the lauding requisition for employment in what IJ believed to ho the first municipally owned and built street railroad In the United States now under construc tlon at Monroe La Mayor A A For sytlu III f recent Interview said r T am not a prohibitionist but It la absolutely essential that men OCCUPJing these rcHponsIblo positions should be sober sane and strictly reliable and only those who are total abstain 1 fits and remain such wlU bo em vloyed k 0 r STATE NEVVPICKUPS r NARROW ESCAPE IN CREEK I Two Men Drive Off Road and Almost Drown y Maysvllle Ky Squire W H llleo cad u companion hnd a narrow escupo from drowning hero They were driv ing homo and wore on tho connection piliu extending from the city to the Mt SterlinG turnpike The backwater had boon ovof tho pike and Waft just down to tho edge while thu darknMs s as Intense Thoy were In a buggy and mot another and In attempt NIK to pasta drove over Into the water Tim borne began to plunge and kick break Ing up the buggy 8iilro lure unable to see wont into tics vmter InsUtad of coming wit Kn i Ma John Walsh having driven up wadoci In nail resetted tuba lace ump uiIon was neriunily Injured bjr Use liorso whloh got out In safely CURIOUS LAD Pounded Dynamite To See What Would HappenIt Did lou11tvlll KjvCytJo Bahrsder KO it yuara son of diaries Hcbrmlor R chip cnrpenter found a dynamite artrldge near lite homo Mo placed It on a alone and struck It with a ham flier An a roeult of the explosion the toys clothing was rompletoly torn from titn body The hammer he used wuR broken to nlecos and the boy slit tend Injarlo front wtikh toe play die The light of bis right eye was ompletrly clnetroyod aril there an- Tarr a liNBdiud weuad cm his body DADE FELL FROM ARMS Of IU Dead Mother Curt Jettt Rela tive Inte Scalding Water Dyin0 Ashland Kr When Mrs LeYl Jott riftUYB et Curtis Jew erf iiruuMU TOiinty hurl feme vnw Inthlutf her la but eb ulJfnly was seitod with ai ala in rte head It U pall and foil ted Ttic babe tell from the llfelese irm etq mother Into a tub of hot wIIr and was malUml to draUt In ho oplniion of abe rarauer there are- u plcbmi rrumtanareaieBdlHR the nom awl hr with till rountf HUtheri im will rmike an InmilgoUea at- an o FOR COL GAINES A WOO Verdict Is Given Against Editor W P WaltonI IHtvtwtortrtirK RJoI Uto caw ot n t Novl OelHtM a111 lilt editor W i- ttItat for ISKM MamaitM for al XKM libel the jury returned a verdlrt fur MOOO In behalf of the plaintiff AI ntw trlH wBI be asked for itartHg irrm and If tho ntolton Is overrate nn ttppoal will bo taken to Ute aitpel late court v Treasure Is Unearthed VliltMlwrs KyAfter a search tc lending over two years Mrs Mary Jane Mitllltiiii ned GO yenra unoarllioii H pot cuBtalnlng 0000 In gold ami Hllrcr In nn abandoned lot on use arm of her father the lath Benjamin Os burn of I tohur county Tho fattier tiled SO yiwr ego liar ing at lost JIOOOO It Is said some whire on the farm Mrs Mnlltps will loutlnuv to search tor tho remaining J 4000 In tho find are some valuable oW Mine Railey Fell Dead WnMlHes KyAsher walking home from down town Islam Jlalley agent CJ a rotlrod buBlnoss man and wealthy clthwn of Versailles roll dead from heart dtsvuae lie loaves a large family Mr Hallay was a brotherin law of 1 It llasgan th0 Now York millionaire Ono tit Juts slsturf Mr E Emma Ilalloy Hoary lives at Olon dale O Fifty Shots Fired Tilteiibunr Ity Another feud battle was fought between iiionibeM of the lioffgAWhlto fowl fadtlon In the Cumborland mountains In which two of the lenders John W Hoggs std JCSRU White Reno Idllud outright J whllo another mumber of the Nairn faction was mortally wounded Som PO shots wero firod- Confederate Veteran Dead Carrallton Ky lisno Cox aged C- On confcduroto veteran died us the re suit of a stroke of apoplexy Mr Cox was n successful farmer Ills wlfu nee Jlarbarn Vance nnd three BOUS furvlvo Arthur W who la Kounty attornoy and Benjamin and Kirby Who are farmers New Secretary A S of E Owtiuboro KyS n Ixse of this city luau Just received his appointment na secretary of Iho National tobacco growers department of the A S of 13 to succeed C liars Taylor of Virginia who resigned to go into the roal estate business at Washington D0- 4O00 For Y M C A Home Harrodsbiirjr KTho canvass for s hinds for tho purpose of erecting a Young Mens Christian association building In this city Is progressing nicely and nearly 4000 has been so cured The business men arc subscrib a ing liberally to the project JAll Lasslnga Way Lexington KyW A Young of Morehcad will cull the committee of the sixth appellate district together Friday March 29 at Covlngton and declare Judge J M leasing demo cratic nominee for court of appeals DISMISSAL OF CORPORATIONS Claim For Coat Land Greeted With Cheers By the Mountaineers Sorgent Ky After exhaustive argil iiients by John llondrlcks of New York attorney for the ICuHtern Ken tucky Coal and Land Corporation and L W M Stewart of Ashland Ky and Taylor Vinson of IrMtonburg repre renting the Great Northern Coo and Cole Comtmny CommonwoalthH AUor ni y A II Stephen dlmilimod tho claim for the old Virginia land grants at lltndman Knott county What the decision was made cheer after direr went up from the hundreds of mountaineers present Ijiter Hen drtrlis nnnwinced that an apntml would tx taken TIm ttttw to 130000 joust of coal lands valued at an enormous fig tire are Involved SPOT OF BLOOD On a FtveDollar Dill Led To the Ar rest of the Landlord MuynoJil KyBen Parker wax In dicted find ted oliarged with the mnrdor of the mysterious man whose body was fmiml a tow weeks ago In the ruins of the Parker hoarding house hero He was also ehorgad with arson It 1s not known who the murdered mnn warn butt It Is curtain that ho was murdered as a plain knife wound over an inch long U In lute heart which Ji now la iwnosdoa of Dr Olsmukee Tho real dew lo larkws guilt was the BtxmdldK of a Hve dollar hill In 1n dttrtili a tow days after thu murder with a spot of blood on If SHE WAITED Dut Just Long Enough To Steal tho Sparks Says Schulz Louisville KyChar Bchulr a jew eter lies reportud to the ollro that lie was robbed of 3S rings valued at 000 by a wtnmin who had onu red hie store AIM sskel ptrtultslto to watt fdr a Wend- Aboel thls time his telppbonp ranff sad Sebuls mttwertHt but the caller qolckly rang oft Maanwhlle Schu saw tile woman lenvlnc Later ha found that the rings had liven token from s draws AGED MINISTER War Chaplain and Relative of Cleveland Dies at Louisville LmtUvilla KIlhl v Ilnnrv W hnner Cleveland dlort ajreil 71 years Ho lied ber p IVfHf secretary in Sl xon der II Stetson chaplain of she i41h QeOfgta in the wars avid u ineiiiiH of IruvMent Uavle oocrot aarhr Ilrv M Cleveland was a ItIInUuf farmer PrMMeiit Drover Cleveland He win born In Georgia Indictment Dismissed AsbUnd KyW1111uni J Rico hank or and enpltsllsL of Grnynon who Jut eompletetl the orgnnliatlon of ton bandy in Mississippi and who was re cently Indlclod for tho mlmmo of a largo lumber companys funds ap potirod before tho court hore wlUi hh attorney Ilion motion of the com monwealth the Indictment was dls mlf ed HICKS prominence and groat agalastlthroughout Kentucky In finuuclal cir cleat Kentucky Boy Wins Honors Glasgow Ky Clean A Sunimen the son of Mr Murray Summers for morly of this county hilt now of Smiths Grove Warron county liar bctm eluctwl to rcpreaeul Cumberland university In tho Tonnebsvo Intercollegiate oratorical contoct Mr Sum men will grodunto In tho law school of tho university In Juno and then collie Iintno llatoy t6 Glasgow to euaa ttcx law The Qehring Case Frankfort KyTho case of Kntlicr Inn Ilpckllng vs Mary Gehrlng execu trix from Ncxrport was revowed The suit was over a note for 235 signed by Mary Gohrlng which the court says must bo paid to KaUiormo Heckling whether Mary Gehrlng tho mother ur Mary Oalirln tho daughter MgnuJ the noteIKllzabethtown Ky Mrs Samuel Fischer wife of Samuel Fischer sr IIRtlV11ofShe Is survived by her husband and five children Samuel Louie and Adolph Fischer and Mrs T HaqonbiicU of this county and Frederick Fischer ot Switzerland Does Not Tax Bonds Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed tho case of Commonwealth etc vs Jonathan Hearnes executor from Kenton county The suit was to force the payment of taxes on some District of Columbia bonds Istjuod tin tier act of congress The court says the bonds can nut be taxed Caot W B Wlnanc Dead HolIng Green KyCapt W B Winans aged 77 years died at his home In this city after a lingering Ill ness Capt Winans for years cnndr1 ed the Hitter house near the de ot and was known to tho traveling public throughout tho country Will Live on a Mountain Lexington Ky Senator J C S Blackburn of VereallleH will not go to Panama until April 15 Ho fwd Ills wi c will occupy 1 bomn oi tile moan tain of Ancon a suburb of rintiina City 0 iAn Adventure in the Hog Pasture I 11110 domestic hog grunting lazily his pen la as harmless a creaturo In appearance as can bo Imagined In their wild state accord lug to the reports of travelers hogs are fierce and cruel unrelenting In their fury and will attack men when roused Circumstances occasionally arise which show that this wild strain has not been wholly lost even In the most obese porker IMnrl and Carl Forflns two Cbica aged 11 and 14 while spend Ing their vacation last summer on their Grandfather TrtggB farm in central Wisconsin had an experience I with hog which they will not soon forgotAmong the many delights which tho I tarn afforded tho ono which gave the boys tho most pleasure during tho early part of the summer was pick leg wild strawberries In a pasture a halfmile from the MUle Tim most I convenient route to this field was across tho hog pasture a tenacre lot which lay between the strawberry pasture and tho house On those berrying trips they were often accompanied by Mack a farm poarcd on tho scene with his rifle One afternoon the week after their arrival they started for strawberries currying with thorn two tin palls and a lunch which their grandmother had put up for them Bays their grandfather called after thorn see If there are any gophers In those traps I sot on tho hilt I The little pests are going to kill all tho grass If I dont manage to gut rid of them somehow The boys went to iho place indi rated and found tho traps nicely hid den but no gophers I guess its too early They I The haven t come out yet said Ourl The boys went on to the straw berry pasture After their palls were llllod they sat down to rest and sud denly remembered that they were hungry They brought out their broad and Jam and cold chicken Lets go hack by the traps said Carl after they had finished tholr lunch There might bo a gopher In i one now I The traps were near the center of the field When they were near them they hear a pig squeal Tho squealing r nw louder Well thats queer w1 CarLMlt must be hurt Maybe Its lost suggested Mark They could hear hogs all over the pasture grunting In response to the squeals of tho pig Come on Mark cried Carl I leo It Its In a trap lIe began to run holding tho palls carefully si as not to spill tho berries Tako them I ho said handing these to Mark while I get It out Us leg may get brokenHo stooped to bend the spring but the pig made such frantic efforts to escape that It Jerked up tho stake held tho chain and hobbled away with the trap clinging to Us foot Carl Im afraid of the hogs cried Mark They were Indeed acting strangely wore running toward them from all quarters of tho pasture uttering a noise that was more llko a roar than a grunt Hogs said Carl scornfully Hogs wont hurt you See I can drive them away with this stick Ho picked up a stick and rapped a hog smartly over the back Tho nmlmal squealed and ran to ono aldb Mark was reassured His confi denco In his older brother was unlim ited set out after the crippled pig chasing it hither and thither In and out of the drove of excited hogs Finally Carl caught the end of tho chain and stopped Its prog ress at which tho pig squealed more wildly than ever The old hogs were making a deafening uproar round theta Even Carl began to get nerv out Told better get out lie shouted to Mark Run and climb over the fence Shall I tako tho berries asked MarkWhile Carl hesitated a snout struck the back of his leg and he heard his trousers rip Inun quick he cried and tho next Instant was knocked down A babel of hoarse grunts and the snapping of tusks surrounded him above which rose tho shrill squeals of the pig Carl had clung to tho stick and haltrising ho laid about vigor and soon had a circle cleared round which tho hogs stood with snap formlng Jaws In this moment of relief he saw that stark had reached the fence He sprang toward tho hogs that stood be- tweon this and him and sat them over the head They gave ways and he started to run when ho wm jerked back by something that tugged at his handIn tho excitement he had slipped a linger through tho ring In the end of the chain and could not withdraw It Ho was chained to tho pig The dan ger of tho situation really came to the boy for the first time Ho struggled madly to release his linger but the ring had slipped above the knuckle and his struggles only served to blacken and discolor tho finger It he was to escape ho would have to fight his way through Ho could not run Tho pain in his finger from tho continual tugging of the pig was becoming excruciating Slowly ho moved toward tho fence now about a hundred yards distant dragging the pig Tho drove of hogs moved with i him In a solid and constantly narrow tnt circle I To Inrrcaio hs difficulties the dis Hogs Stood with Snapping Foaming Jaws which They Together they ously pinK traded pig began to run about him winding his legs In tho chain and threatening to overthrow him Carl was becoming terrorstricken frantic Ho struck a hog which was disputing his way and saw his stick fly to pieces Ho looked up and crlpd aloud In terror Tho fence was liO near yet ho could not reach it Ho could see Mark running about excitedly on the other aide of the fence andrwhlstllng Yos whistling Ho was calling Mack Carl turned eagerly toward the house and his heart gave a great bound Help was coming Up tho long slope that led from tho houso Mack was coming like an arrow sped from n bow Would ho bo in time Carl turned and began to kick savagely at tho hogs Tho frightened pig ran between his legs and whirled about wrapping him In tho chain He smuggled to keep his footing but fell under the rush of the hogs For a brief moment they ran over him and he covered his taco with his hands expecting with each breath to feel tholr teeth Then to his amazement they left him and he was lying alono In tho sunshine unmolested Even tho pig had escaped by freeing itself Iron the trap The explanation for this came from an uproar at one side In the midst of the drovo Mack WAS spinning like a top snapping right and left a bleeding snout hero and an ear there showing that these leaps wero not futile At last the dog made a lunge at a particularly largo hog and fastened so securely that his hold could not be broken Tho squeals of his victim sent the entire drovo flee ing In terror down the hill Carl got up slowly crossed tho fence and sot down The world seemed to bo traveling round In a circle Mark the clouds tho trees And tho twa palls of berries all seemed a part of a tinge merrygoround Im glad you didnt spill them he said thickly Grandma Then It suddenly became dark When he opened his eyes again he was in the cool north bedroom and his grandmother was rubbing hit forehead with ernlcaJS Ellis la Youths Companion ass Berea CollegeY F t I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In roach of all Over 50 Instructors 1017 students trans 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main cnbjeci ftmany classes that each student can bo placed with otkeit like bimetD where he can make most rapid progress +h Which Department Will You Enter tUfflHbraryDewingSingingment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished filth snide Inc tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print Lfanagemea6LearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE s yean for those who here largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for aa honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered ia this course so that a young man may secure a diploma la Agriculture and A young lady m Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit for business Eyes i part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees 1ACADEMYl with teCOLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus sad all modern met ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession el teaching First year parallel to 8tb grade Model Schools enable one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture aad training necessary tot a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate PianoTheorycourse Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening DaysIBcrea College is not a moneymaking institution All the mono received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yeLl more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gilts e4 Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia order tkal i it may train young men women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students T conic from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extraIcharge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding stall farm and shops receiving valuable training end getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents n week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary beforo coming secure extra employment so ss to earn from SO cents U one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books atevary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Storsf furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine in which students live char enough room ret to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights milwaahing of bedding and towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the full and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 cents in winteruSchool Fees ore two First a Dcllar Diposit as guarantee forireturn of room key library hooks etc This Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second sn Incidental Fu to nelp on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our instruction isa free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 5000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment mast be b advance incidental fee and room rent by the Icrin board by thud month Installments are as follows For Winter Term 12 weekFirst day 1700 betides 1 do posit 28th day GOO j 50th day e600 total 39 If paid allaadvance S8 l For Spring Term 10 weeksFir day eHAOj 28th day 540 66th day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 rv The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of 2CO making only 4900 Longer Winter Tern 16 weekFirst da2060 Sth day 6000 Mth day GOO j SHh day 540j total 3800 lpaidall in advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave before ead of term receive backall they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ance is made for any fraction of a week Inda foe of fifty rents Is charged for leaving the boarding hall ana fifty cents for leaving a room ta tern time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you have made your journey 4Dd are well started in school it pays to stay ss long as possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY r 0 That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men nod boys who see it Tho mountain people like H pood thing w hen they see it fiitlto j t1 7f cent s Itnifo with two blades of mznr Steel nun aduttsr Wpur Gut is worth mqre to the mountain people thuu guy titlier omir paper in the worldasThe Knife and Tits Citizen for OrThat brings 111 aubscriptioua all llio lime SOe r tr premium Jit on pajJ 7 t- l t x tTHE HOME I Buttermilk As a Medicine Even whon soureat if it is still in good condition buttermilk is n valuable medicinal agent A refreshing aci it is always nourishing without being insipid The lactic acid which it contains attacks and dissolves every kind of earthy deposit in the blood vessels keeps the veins and arteries supplo and free from matter which might otherwise clog them and destroy tho Irritating calcareous deposits that may gather around tho joints ns well as any poisonous waste in tho muscles It is not only beneficial to tho diges Lion but also for tuberculosis and all other pulmonary complaints It is also a harmless substitute for intoxicants Drinking buttermilk freelytwo quarts daily would not bo too much is said to preserve the complexion of youth and as gouty difficulties generally arise from sluggish excretion it is a blessing to all who suffer from such complaints Buttermilk not only tones the stomach but furnishes material from which healthy blood may easily be made It is also easy of assimilation aid in cases where sweet milk would prove objectionable from a medicinal point of view it may safely bo given with every assurance of beneficial effect For creaky aching or swollen joints it should bo taken frequently end core should be observed to procure it freshly churned Washing Windows For washing soiled windows mirrors and tho gloss of pictures there Is nothing that will romovo dirt and fly stains and produce a brilliant finish with so little labor as a few drops of kerosene in obasin of hot water Plenty of clean cloths that have been washed and ironed are necessary and this part of tho cleaning is easily done Do not uso too much kerosene I A labloopoonful to a largo basin of water as hot as can bo handled is nutti tdent Wet a small cloth in this and wring it dry Go over the window it and wipe over a second window then go back to tho first which will bo ready for tho drying cloths by this time and dry No polishing or robbing will bo necessary Do not attempt to dry the window wheu it is first wot nor let it become too dry beforo it is finished t THE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Dj Prof DlntnioroI Part aThln1 To Be Kept In Mind i i The School for the ChlldrenIt must bo understood by all con darned that tho school Is not created to provide an easy position and com f fortable salary for the teacher nor for the trustees to rifTord thorn an op portunity to exorcise authority nor for tho County Superintendent to exploit kia superior opinions The school is primarily secondarily and finally for tho children For them it was brought into existence for them alone has boon provided all the paraphernalia of educational government from the United States represented by the Department of Education down to tho district school represented by the Board of Trustees and tho teacher All officials from the highest to the lowest are tho servants of the school Everything belonging or pertaining to the public schools is holy consecrated sot apart for the most divine purpose in tho world that of education and training the children Their minds must be developed trained their morals cultivated their health cared for their manners ondI proved The test of every plan rule or device isis it for tho good the pupils This principle does not neglect the teacher His time thought and strength belong to tho pupils and for their sake must bo conserved It is of vital importance to the school that the teacher be strong cheerfuland efficient If he overtax his strength or neglect to prepare his work tho IIIIIhoolvlll suffer This does not impose any cruelty upon tho teacher neither Is his sacrifice in vain The principle laid down by tho Savior Ho that loseth his life for my sake and the gospels shall find it is emi neatly true of teaching porentsebonldIt Is the duty of parents to send their children to school to provide them with food clothes and books to uphold tho teacher in his requirements to pay all necessary taxes levied by the trustees It is frequently neececary for the teacher to remind the parents of these duties It should aJwaya be done in a spirit of kindness and of service They oro prono to keep the children out for light reasons to run errands to take the place of a bind help etc Explain the loss that a day means A class is like a line of march they must keep step If one loses a day ho is put of step and dayTheseveral days ho cannot go on with his class and is discouraged If ho per severer it is with the greatest difficulty and the extra demands upon tho teachers time is a distinct loss to the school In respect to books they must also be reminded Parents hove so many apparently larger duties that thoy can scarcely be bothered to provide a reader or tablet or pencil But these things are just as important to the children as the large matters are to the parent Books are as necessary to the child as tools to the farmer In other words you might as well send a man out to scratch the ground without a plow as to send a child to school without reader Moreover the childs time is as valuable as it will ever be He is laying the foundation of future usefulness and every day in school adds power for many days in the years to come Then do not permit the wasto of a day or an hour for lack of books Continued Next Week I THE PARM I Use of Manure Prom U So Fnrueds Ilullntln No 102 I Where it can bo done it is best to apply manure and urine to tho soil ia the freshest possible condition Tho fertilizing parts of wolf rotted UUUUUQ are more quickly useful to plants the manure itself is less bulky ad easier to handle On the other hand fresh manure mixed with the oil readily undergoes a fermentation which not only makes it a better srtUber but also makes the soil already there more fertile lu fact the- greatest return is likely to be gotten from manure applied in the fresh con dlton The form in which manure should be applied whether fresh or rot ted la determined largely by the soil on which it is to be used If im provement of the mechanical condition is tho main object sought tho best results will bo obtained by applying the fresh manure to the heavy clay oik and the wellrotted manure to toligbt soils If however the prompt action of the fertilizing powers of tho manure is desired light soils to a favorable season ore likely to use coarse manure to better advantage- than heavy soils The rotting of the manure takes placo slowly in heavy iclla and the fresh manure helps tho soil very slowly In lI htsoils9n the other hand unless the seaSOn is dry the manure rots readily and the fertilizing parts ore probably ready for uso as fast as tho plant needs them There Is also considerable danger on this class of soils that some of the- bes parts will be washed away in tho drainage if wellrotted manure is applied For his reason such manure should be applied to light soils shortly beforo it is likely tpbo needed tho crop In general it may be Mid that for spring use the rottedmanure is better than the fresh unrottod material On clay soils it often happens that manure produces no effect what 4Qeg during the first year on account of slowness of rotting but since theta holds all the good parts of it tho manure is not lost Tho fertilizing Krte are kept in the soil and are finally used by the crop There is there little or no danger in applying manure to clay noils a long while in ndyancojof tho planting of tho crop During dry seasons the manure may have little effect but with a sufficient amount of wet its action is likely tot good The to such soils of large quantities of manure im psovas their physicalcondition M I I oe080eoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoei I Eighth Kentucky History 1 i Thrilling Story of the fart this Oft V O hint Ilrglmcnt took In the Civil Wnr S 0 08080e08oeo0o008080808CHAPTER Although the recently returned of ficers wore pleased with our camp and satisfied with our prospective duties a few of us were In a dilemma nbout those Important appendages tho cooks Tho colored boys who had returned with us to Nnshvlllo from some muse failed to Rot on tho train with the soldiers at that place At breakfast on tho morning of the 10th Captain Wright and Qiptaln Benton were lamenting this grievance Dud discussing ways and moans to have tho absent cooks places filled with Eubstltutes Just then Drlatos bony countenance with two rows of shin- Ing Ivory made tin appoarnncci at the tent door Hello Bristol I oomo in and give a report of your conduct In deserting tho service Dot I will Capn at same time taking off his hat and nuking a clownish salute Yor see I nobar tondod to lobo yer oapn it wus you alls lot dls nigger Well says Captain Demon but whom la SlrnpT 1 speck hes dar wld his folks Ho says to me Iris Iso found my mudder and de odder child ren and wo went down dar to see em an wo Jest got the Lest kind o dinner an I say Simp deyl lebo us she lets be trabllnV Den yer orter seed d1t ole yallar omen Sho jlst cling to Simp cryln At lost ho guy up and my tar me Drls tell Capn Wright lao sorry to lobe him but dst Ill pay him dat ten dot lava rt it takes tlll do thy ob Judgment Den I lays round tat depot tilt last night den I crop In a box car on de grains an nobody see me till dls marnln Whoop doh what a cumin I got tram the guard I gIve him half a dollar an he let me crawl luck an I here an gwlno to stay oapn cf yen lets mo Urlsto was duly restored to his former standing as a cook for Captain Wrlht and lily two lieutenants without loss of pay and allowances and remained a faithful servant until the command wns discharged I Garrison Dulles Something of the Inhabitants of Dixie Among our dally duties as garrison guards of Chattanooogu an officer and from twenty to fifty men were called for every few days to guard trains to the front or trains and prisoners to Nashville Occasionally an oftfcer and company would be detailed to help drive and guard a drove of beeves to the front Probably at the earnr tlmo from twenty to thirty men of the Eighth would be ordered to unload grain from the cars Thus It was often that we had over half the bat imakingItpickets On tho 18th of May Captain Small wood and Lieutenant Tye and fifty men went to Nashville with six hundred robel prisoners In charge On arriving Oaptaln Goodwin provost marshal sent them on to Louisville Ky with tho Johnnie They return ed the 23d and again the 31st Cap tain Smallwood and fifty moa mado a trip to Nashville with prisoners in charge each officer being detailed for train guard in succession as his name appoartxl on tha roster Out to give a Detailed account of all our various duties and expeditions as train guards etc would require a larger volume than the present one therefore we shall only bo nblo to take lUrlorderof tho river extended In a circuit of about six miles from Ute mouth of Cltlco Creek above to two miles be low tho city This line was divided Into six different otatlone or reserve poets Details from tho Eighth generally picketed stations threo nd tour The latter extended across the Rossvlllo road Tho post commander ordered that all citizens coming to or returning from tho city bo admitted only at that point those without ixassea to be guarded to the provost marshal whore If Mr or Mrs Citizen was all right they obtained a pass to reiturn thru the lines Tho lost therefore requir ed a special guard of a commissioned officer and eight men All the sur viving members of tho Eighth Ken tacky will doubtless remember many amusing conversations had at this Roesvllle Station No4 with some of the droll natives of Tennessee and Upper Georgia who frequently came fifteen or twenty miles often on foot to trade In the city They were gen emily old men boys and women They usally came laden with marketable produce which they exchanged for groceries Somo came to berg from the government especially after the War Department authorized post COOt missaries In certain localities to B sue rations to loyal women where they had a san or husband inj the United States service TO BE CONTINUED r HEROISM COSTS LIFE Inhales Flames In Burning Houee While Carrying Old Man Away Sterling HI March 20Mrs George Vinson ago sixtyseven lost her lIfo In an herolo effort to gave her aged and sick brother Mrs Vlnson wits awakened by smoke and rushed to tho room occupied by hor brother Tho flro had started In this room and in an instant her nightgown was a mass of lame In her excitement she rushed from tho house but immediately returned and dragged tho old man train Uio building On her return to the burning building Mrs Vinson inhaled the flames which caused death Hor brother will eat vivo the shock TRIES TO SAVE LIFE 18 SHOT PreventSuicideAttempt to Draws Fire of Saloon Keeper Memphis Tenn March 2Glntor rupted In an evident attempt to commit suicide Charles Wallace a saloon keeper shot and seriously wounded his brother in law J E Ilouach and firing two bullets into his own breast ended his life- According to tho statement of Rousch ho discovered Wallaco armed with two revolvers whoa ho ontorod tho lattors room and whon ho questioned him as to why bo was armed Wallace tired on him Inflicting throe wounds Wallace then turned tho weapon on himself PLAYED BLOT MACHINE Old Educator With His Latin Books Admitted to the Poorhouse Alton ill March 20Wlth an arm ful of treasured French Greek and Latin books Prof Albert 0 Williams CO years old formerly principal of the Humboldt school and also of tho pub lie schools nt North Alton was ad mltted to tho Madison county poor farm yesterday Ho was removed from his position as school principal Ovo years ago A year later his wlfo obtained a divorce Ho became ad ducted to playing slot machine and since tho loss of his position has lost hIs cntlro fortune of 1 12000 in plot machines and Is now penniless lIe has no children Hazing May Prove Fatal Bradford III March 30 Enticed to the outskirts of town after dark George Steno aged 16 a high school boy was bound by a Rang of youths taken to tho cemetery and tied to n tombstone Masked and garbed In sheets tho boy tormentors hazed him until his mind almost gavo way They left him for an hour and returned As they camo close Stone In a ponlo of fright mado a sudden lunge and pulled the largo monument over upon himself crushing his legs and Injur ing himself Internally Sane of Vulcan Oroanlia Plttaburg Pn March 28Wtth o membership of nwirly 1300 tho new organization of puddlors known as tho Song of Vulcan was mado a fact at a meeting held here Tho now organize tion comprises seyen tenths of tho pud diets lodges In western Pennsylva nia and six states wore represented at tho meeting Robert Hinton form erly organizer of tho Amalgamated Association of Iron Tin and Stool Workers and William Jeremiah were appointed national organizers of tho now association Commence Traditional Pilgrimage Madrid March 28Klng Alfonso and Queen Victoria have commenced tho traditional pilgrimage to tho shrines of tho Virgin to offer prayers for tho queen in her approaching ac couchment and for hor speedy restoration to health It Is understood that In addition to Popo Plus tho royal In fant will have King Edward and Emperor William OB sponsors Work of Black Hand nellcfontalne 0 Mar 20A street fight between throo wealthy Italians and three members of tho Black Hand resulted In tho death of Jos Domar Hit body was pierced by nine bullets HIs companions fired upon his assail ants and from tho fact that they left a trail of blood tho pollco believe at least two of tho murderers were seriously wounded Jews Fleeing From Roumanla Sofia Bulgaria March aoNows received hero from Slitoff and Nike poll Bulgaria say that many Jewish refugees and largo Christian landed proprietors have arrived there in boats fleeing from tho excesses and porso cutions of tho Insurgent Roumanian peasants Old Friendship Restored Splthead Eng March 26A Russian squadron has arrived off Spit head This is tho first visit of Rue sians warships to English waters since before tho RussoJapanese war Many festivities have been planned during the brief stay of tho squadron Selected a Hoosier Decatur 111 March 2611 D Wll son of Frankfort lad was selected as superintendent of schools hero to succeed Enoch A Castman who re tires next September after fortyflvo years continue service oa superln tendent Miners Burled Alive Dclllngham Wash March 20 Eight minors wore buried alive in an avnlancho of snow at tho Drltanla mlno on Howo sounds 40 miles north of Vancouver Four were taken out dead four were rescued r No SecretNo Patent Dr Northcutts Prescriptions MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Pharmaceutical Co INCOIirOKATEII RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Best Is None Too Good If You Are Sickv OureIElix Asthma If suffer with Asthma kI1y Fever or Troubled 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nKKiXHwniWWK S firrrrKKkr4KK lKKatkeJt ttKK l i I c WHO SAID GROCERIES c I Sho ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 or have called in person and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON IWhen you want good things at low prices hes the man to talk with 20 pounds Granulated Sugar ioo Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 12 Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoonCI I I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store illdlit 11i1SIkkSHtihlilASaS17tA7111 1ACI I r b tr p lie lime nark laid nu mantle L Or fTna dram and icy cnill And aoma rich emroiery Ocsun1htpourecIon lake and hil- lI io beasSi or in orlcy1 I Wno e voice doln fbi Wn gladnett inrjIJ lor lime l1ailladmantle by I l Q1wmdand ram andy chill l tlll e and roumrtm broolc ana nil DpLnlcJoer with livery ay OfSilver dropkxs vnind their way M theirin new apprelvie fDrTInlelaid his hy- tf I h 4 Charles or Orleans Jri ttMPVu nntVLrJuJ rrtrrj r J tt t ttLrurrSuuttLrJtttflflfltrJUVtfW IHOME OF THE EASTER LILY t fIJ IFlower Was JIooJi Introduced Into the Islands of Bermuda by an American 4 There U only ono monument In tho p ahole brtJnh colony of tho Ilcrmudas and It I 1 orectwl to the memory of in Anforleah Tha fart may seem a tit alfMigo until ono has hoard the- iIoryW11Iah II really a etory of tho 1Rorml l1 Illyj and ot tho man who It poMlblo Many yeatvi nco JurlnK President I trayMadmlnlilratlon In tactOen lNiIS1 1111110 record mado for I IalmIt h brilUiEtfi during h- oI rtvll war wan Married In thu Whlto UottM at Washington Ho and hla brid wit to uda on tholr wod ling Utw and ero ao charmed with tho triply of the iitaoo that they rO- otohed then anti thoro to return and If HfHtMo In make It their ixirma nent nOdo Tho ollinalo tpo appeal wl 9rn Tho general had beo- nnotily wounded In tho war and wolLI two camo ORnln Univ but as homo p to1 erf In those days the nowexist I ing law that none but Kncllgh citizens wnllnllt08113ti land locked hoc ho built WH home SoncfiT which stands today 4 Hlllong tropict1 treca and luxuriant IOoors only dill Oonornl Hnfttlnga at enee booomo tl oply Interacted Jn the place and lit tho iranslbllltlcB for Its development but he was Ronulntlr Uairo flQd at hinpororty of the Island era sDy if writer In tho Detroit Free i 1rcBc jToUIiiR about to Improve mat tern ho studied time climatic contl experimented again and again 1nons LQnglb his cftorts wore crowned I uccoe It n round lint our Hasten liiy originally aI JII8 6f Japan wfculd attain In Her jnudn ton Ion of loveliness hitherto unknown Jlo Isliindcrs were JloonVtuod Inlo and since AbotU 1870 tho culture ot lilies hnI bcel not pnly them chief undo but tbclr hlermcans of livelihood as welt lipujlncftt tiny gro inof Islands far out t Al1ntIctho targesV of L 1 know my fate Ia auruly sealed Kor coo A title pulilnc near I Smarkotl lt sr itps said to me 3f jull be iny breakfast dear III L them about Iff miles long and not wider at most than a mile and s- halrstlt beneath the bluest of blue skies anti scorning to rest on water whose transparency and brilliancy of color are unequaled anywhere This II itevmudu tho homo of tho Easter lily e a As lh Incoming boat skirts the shore the Illy fields look from a die tance like wblto summer clouds dropped down from tho sky upon tho green Islands Idly fragrance fills tho air and Is blown bV tho wind far out over the water Coming nearer you see the fields moro clearly rows up on rows of blowouts tall stately and snowy white It II very beautiful It was not until tIme early SOs that the Bermuda Illy became well known In tbe United States It II said that a Philadelphia woman returning from the Islands brought homo a plant to bloom This onmo to tho attention of W K Harris an florist of the Quaker oily who purchased a lot of the bulbs from which to sueS ceeded In raising hundreds of plants Introducing them undor tho name LlJlcm Harrlsll Thus the Easter Illy Industry spread to America and to other countries as wall nut nowhere do tho flowers grow so perfect and boaotlful as undor the quickening warmth of the tropical sun of Her mud a Ordinarily only bulbs are exported but at tho rush season whole boat loads ot cut buds and of thicklybud ded plenum arc packed and shipped away oarrylni tho sweet message of the RastorUdo Into countless homos and churches General Hastings Is dead In spite of kls king residence In Horniutla he remained a dootodly loyal American cltlien and from time to time concetn ed himself with public affairs holding various positions of responsibility and honor Tho islanders remember him as their friend and benefactor and that they and those that come after them may not bo unmindful of the debt of gratitude they owe a beauti ful monument has boon recently erect ed In Hamilton In hits memory An Easter Lay k7TttIt Is the Kaitcr Dawn Let carols sweet ring through the aU And flowery distil their perfume rare Tills Resurrection mqrnII J For Christ lioa risen aa lie said Blest deadChantFor angels rolled time atoncr away And layAn1Chinese Idea of Creation t Dy tho Chinese It Is bollovetl tha the world was formed of two jiarti of a great egg From the yolk mat came forth then ho waved lila hand and Ute upper half of the shell worn upward and became tho coo heavens the lower halt reversed maklnj the convex earth and the white albumen became tho seas Jacobs Vision and Gods Promise Sasiay School Leura for April 7 1907 Specially pteparad for this riper oo =ooooomIK8SON TEXT Genesis Ml5 103 memory veraog II 14 GOLDEN TBXTnoIwld I am with tim and will krup tneo In nil place whither thou goutoen 1- 5T14INot doflnltel known hut prob ably about KSt n C IsaaC was 117 years old anti E au and Jacob about 5- 7IlACKS Hcernlieba on the southern edge of Palestine and Iletliel about 12 mllpa north of Jerusalem There Is a Ilttln filing and a well at Bethel which It on II hilt and time ruins of a Crusaders church stand there On a hill a quartet of a mile away are the ruins of a so called castle of Abraham which consider the site of the old aomeI Charles O Trumbull ecruirruiiAi riBFEnnNCKsnibiflr- ireamv Ablmelcir Un 201 Jacobs other dreams Oen 111113 4124 Lab sins len ll4 Joseph Gen 37510 Pharaphii and his oOlccrs Gen 40 41 the Mldlnnltos JUdg 713 Solomons 1 Kino 1815 Ncbuchadnrzzara Dan 24 Joseph Matt 1SOS 212 II 2 Pilate wifes Matt rtU Pauls Acts 169 Sill etcCompare Gods covenant with Abra ham and Isaac and Isaac bleimlnif Oen ttlM 11121 17121 SOSIS 5515 57S7 25New Testament light nn this event John 1S1 lleb Isll John 116 1 Tim 1st Comment and Suggestive Thought 1HAnd Isaac Now nn old man ol 117 Called Jacob About D7 years old a young man for those times ol long life And blessed him There Is no attempt to substitute Esau for Jacob Blllcott Thou shall not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan This was Hobekahs con trivance Gen 2746 In order to got Jacob safely away and yet it was not wholly a pretext for a wife must be provided for the now recognized firstborn and no alliance with heathenism was fit for the one In whoso line the great Abrnhnmlc covenant would descend It would bo well for Christians If they also took heed to bo not unequally yoked together with unbelievers 2 Cor GH A Fathers Blessing The best start In lirA a young man can have Is the benediction ol a godly father or mother Jacob Comforted by a Heavenly Vision and a Renewed Covenant Our exile was a mothers boy Ho had been long enough from Deorsheba to grow homesick Ills heart was softened also by the lonely place and his solitary condition by the night and the stars Light from Jacobs Ladder What tho lonely traveler learned from this lovely vision we also may learn These ladder lessons are AnGe11l1areore round about 2 Those angels are magnificent creatures God maketh his angels winds and his ministers a flame of fire And yet they are ready to com fort a guilty fugitive like Jacob 3 The way to heaven Is a stairway easy of ascent with angels to help us The Mohammedans on the contrary picture the entrance to heaven as a bridge as narrow as the thread of a famished spider I And Jesus Christ Is the War Our Lord himself John 1151 applied tho description of Jacobs stairway to his own great work as a medium of communication between God and man No mart comoth unto tho Father but by me- G Gleams of heaven may be expect ed through the darkest sky of misfortune and sorrow C Tho angola ascended there is the ascent of our umbra Tile angola descended there is tho descent of Gods answers We are reminded of tho afferent and efferent nerves of tilt body up which hash thd sharp stings of pain from tho extremities to the head down which come the dlrec tlnns how to actF U Meyer Jacobs Covenant a Response to Gods Covenant In no way do men show their characters more clearly than by the response they mako to the goodness of God It la like the reaction In the chemists test tube when a certain substance Is added which at onttj discloses the naturo 6C the compound under examination Jacobs responses tq Gods gnicloua jirpulsi3 were thr p Veneration c0mmeMrnMfta and consecration Socpnd UQSponsc iCommcniora tpu Ja ofco talllihc ltwo memorials of tho greatevent etohbttnohu nicnt and a htlll moro lasting niamee Third Uehjtonse Consecration V 20Ind Jacob VtlwoilnIOy When a man understands1 Gods COYj cuant of blessing the natural honorable lmnuTso fe to rnal o one InI return Love begot lpvcand ono fits inplroa4sb to d6 tornolblng for the benefactor V 22 And of all that thou shait give mo I will surely glvo tho tenth unto theo This giving of tithes wrff a very ancient custom foltotfAd by Abraham In the caseof fteWiteodoV Gen J4t20 anmLcRmulblatd down lit the Mosujp 3wLcv 273033 V Gods Covenant with Ut Christs death BOodsnew covenant with men It takes up and wonderfully enlarges all these ancient covenants wltlv men iuwMtkst tPpilvtaccs us even the worst of us with a marvel oils Jove that ho 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uws letter sad bellovo It to be nil right nutl then sign his or her name- JACKSON COUNTY KVKHOUKBN Mar 27The singing at Bethel Is Btlll oa the boom The farmers in this country are sowing oats John Lake Louis Lake and Green Luke went to Berea on business Monday t Aunt Is bell Drew was the guest of Thad Drew on Dry Fork Saturday and Sunday Aunt Salllfl Hellerd Is oa the sIck list Thad Drew passed thru Evergreen Monday on business Mr A H Griffin Is planning to peal tanbark this spring J W Jones lost a pocketbook last Sunday with 10 cents In silver 3 good blue fish hooks 1 pencil holder and a key ring The finder will be rewarded nt Evergreen 21r Dave Gabhird his bought out J Isaac Stevens and is going into the i picture frame business The people all welcome Mr John Inko and tam i fly to their new home on Horse Lick II nURLE Mar 22 Most everybody Is out gar denlng Jacob H Gabbard and Crla Roberts say they are going to be first at plowing their gardens Mr and Mrs Perry McOollum went awork Ing to their Bonlnliws Ruth ford Oallahan near Double Lick Wed ifnesdayMrs Carllstla Seals of near ParrOt is visiting friends and relatives 1ofthis place this week She will re home Monday nextJ W An gel of Middle Fork and Mr and Mrs I Jacob Gabbard Jr of this place vIs- Ited their sister Tommle Angel and uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbard Sr Sunday Monday was County Court day at McKee Quite a crowd from this community attend t edThsick of this vicinity are very rapidly Improving Mrs Jake Gab bard who has been so poorly with La Grippe is able to be out again Mrs Susan J Johnson is still very poorly Nannie Gabbard and Pollle McOollum were the guests of Sltha Angel Wednesday afternoon Mrs T L Morris was the guest of her sister Mrs Lillle J Moore Thursday Mrs Sarah J Johnson and niece Lucy Brewer IofSand Gap visitMl at Milton John 1sonsof this place Thursday night t aniinrn FOUR I Mar 22 Bennle Tussey who has been staying with his brother Isaac J near Carlco has returned homeKtd- e Cole Is making his home at Deb Lairs spring Elijah Angel purchased Ljthis pair of mules from John Sum for 250Robtrt Tussey made a business trip to McKee Monday Does Wilson made a flying trip to Annvllle Thursday Nina Wilson vis ited Minnie Angel Sunday Several from this place attended court at Mc Kee Monday Nina Angel and little son Joe visited friends on Peter Oaye Branch Wednesday Nannie Wilson of Renfroo Branch visited rel atives and friends at Mlddlefoik on Thursday Mr Cup Wilson traded mullS with Mr P Morcum and gave GO tobootMrs Debby Parrot of t near Parrot visited Martha Lear of near Carloo She has been very poorly Does Wilson bought a fine mule of Ilarve Burpe for 125 Miss Della and Minnie Angel visited at Bailie Parkers Sunday Mr Joe Tussey traded a fine mule to Joe Williams for a mare and got 10 to boat Does t Wilson anil Debert Cole attended the church at Friendship BundayMr Dud Coleand wife are on the sick trS list CLOVKB BOTTOM Mar 25Wo have had two weeks of nice weather and everybody that Is able to work Is up and doing Quite a number of our neighbors have la Grippe Mrs aiatUda Cruse wife of Andy Cruse who has been sick GO long died two welts ago The be reaved family have our deepest sym pathy Born to Dr and Mrs Azbill a girl Maggie Durham who hits Iudt spinal disease for so long is much 1 better but not yet able to walk Ern est Hayes went to Hamilton 0 to stay awhileMrs J W Abrams to very busy with her Incubator aiar sled Melvin Azblll and Miss Alice 1 Rose of Red Lick Long may they live and happy may they beJoe Pur vis who is said to have shot and killed William Gay has not been captured and no efforts have been mode to capture him for over a month Men and officers what are you going to do about it are you going to let such a crime go unpunished here in Ken t owowoowowowowowouuuu on the 25th the infantMuckyDied Mrs Shormnn Durham Mss Powells school closed two weeks ago and she Is preparing to en ter school at Berea the 26thdMr and Mrs Zalr McGuIre Mr and Mrs Isaac Durham and Rev and Mrs WlllLun Powell visited at Lewis McGulres Sunday Wo are glad to learn that John KIrby who went to Colorado for his health Is Improving very much Lewis McGulre and wife and little son Charlie visited friends at Kerb Knob Saturday ovenlng Mr nnd Mrs lIen ry Lcngfelner were out horseback rid- Ing Sunday MZrtlel on the 24th Charles Ktrby and Mire Nannie Brockman Mr Kerby Is n prosper ous young farmer of nOr here and the bride Is the accomplished daughter of Ambrose Brockman of Double Lick May their Journey thru llfo bo long and happy rmir ROOK Mar 25Dled March Hth M D Carroll departed this life and was burled In the family graveyard the lGthDan Alcorn returned from Ham mon a few days ngoJ D Alcorn a soldier Is out on a furlough for n few days staying with his parents be fore going across the water to the PhillpplneF Mr and Mrs T H Ev ersole were the guests of Mr and Mrs A C Alcorn Saturday nfeht J E Parsons left for Berei Wednesday and returned Friday Mr Tabtas Rey nolds of Bereu arrived here Saturday and returned Sunday taking his sis terinlaw with him Men of thIs place are preparing for arming and tan bark peeling Mr and Mrs Mich ael Rlchardron were the guests of Mr and Mrs I T Alcorn Sunday even Ing James Parsons pisvd thru hereon his way to Gray Hawk on busi ness returning Monday PULASKI COUNTY IiATO Mar 25 Farmers are busy sowing oats and preparing corn land tho we tear winter Is not yet over Uncle Billy Stevens and wife have returned from Greenwood where they have been spending tho winter with their son Green and family Walter Ping and family visited Milton Long and family Saturday nIght and Sunday Maggie and Mary McKinney sold the timber on their land to Windy Brawn Co for 1300 Geo M Smith has rented a farm In Lincoln county nnd moved last weekHenry Head has gone to Lincoln county to work for James Bustle this summersam Chil ders bought a span of mules of M E Burton some time ago Price lOO Also James Purcell a span of two year olds from Anderson Hubble for 285 and J A Baker a span from parties near Dabney for 200Rev Wesley Colyer will preach at Mt Pleasant next Sunday N E Burton and Epson Broyles are going to liar Ian county soon to buy cattle Rus sell Co have moved their sawmill to a set on Sam Chllders place ESTILL COUNTY WAGERS VILLE Mar 25Mrs O W Arvlne is very sick Mies Nettle Wagers Messrs Willie Wilson and Hume Wagers were the guests of Kathryn nnd Fan Wag ers Saturday night and Sunday air and Mrs Jonah Wagers were In Ir vine several diys last week on bUsl ness Miss Retha Scrlvner was the guest of Mire Maud Park Sunday last Miss Anna Wllsfln was the guest of Misses Nettle Wagers and Lena Edwards Friday of list week Miss Nannle T Wilson is visiting her sister Mrs James Kelley at Clays Ferry J B Wagers spent Sunday at Mr Abner WilsonsMr Ambrose Wagers who has been in school at Berea for some time Is visiting home folks again this week Lillle May the llttlo daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Cox In real sick Miss Nettle Wagers was the gueetof Miss Grace Wagers Sat urday nightISTATION CAMP Mar 25Atlse Winnie Moores has returned home from Berea College for a few days visit Mr Chester Amyx visited his father and mothrr at IMaulden Ky last week Mrs Pres ton leases has bean very dlck with In Grippe Mr and Mrs A Isaacs were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Moons Sundry Mayme spent a few days last week ScrivnerI uncle Dr J F Scrlvner Mote Dcrbln entertained a number of her friends Thursday last Those present were Mrs A S A Wilson and daugh tern Sallle and Sophia Misses Mary and Kate Moores Mrs J F Scrlv ner Mrs S D Gunn and daughter Annie Mrs A I Isaacs Mr Clay Moores has been quite ill for pled weekyr Wesley Winkler who has been spending a few day with his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Allen Wilson will return to Berea to enter school Wednesday for the spring term I ADISOR COUNTY DUKYlUSI Mar 25Mr J C Powell has been moving to his farm near Kingston Wm Jones will soon have his now barn finished a barn of which he maybe proud Glades the little daughter of Hafvlo Johnson Is slckDletl on March 21st Mr Mollle Told who hitt been a sufferer from consumption tar some time She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her lossIrWm Jones tind family visited Mr Wm Kindred Sunday the 2Ub OWSLEY COUNTY OAIIHAUU Mar 21We have been having rl markably warm weather the mst week and tile farmers have been busy put ting out their gardens and sowing outs and getting rood for plowing up their ground for CJrn Tho noire of Ale piping of the from can once more be hoard In the panda which Is a warn ing that spring Is around again Mr Elmer E Gabbard who Is going to school at Buckhorn spent a fray weeks vacation at home list week Liwls Moore one of our merchants is in Louisville this week purchasing a stock of spring goodsAJ Birker iSf Cow Creek is also in Louisville fdr the same purposo Thoreus Pnyn had moved to South Boontrllle and Bach Combs has moved into the house tint cated by him Jamos Qablnrd and brother Henry spent Saturday trill Sunday with Loandor Reynolds and family Mrs Reynold lots sold 19S dozen of eggs from Jimmy let up to March 17th 1907 besides using quite u good many for her family nnd set UngMr and Mrs John L Gibban MarguikMoorerats daughter of Ricetown are very sick this week with Li Grippe John Heyt folds has been hauling goods for W B Gibbard Circuit Court begins It Boonevllle Monday Three are four murder oases on the docke- tSOCKCASTLE COUNTY ivAiin Mar 2GWe have had some nice plow weather the past week and tau qrtbearRSorry AunKatiet paralysis March 19th and was hurierfl QuistSirab TheyhavoR P Nortons dw lllng was con sumed by tire with about Cllj the tOt hatsourand see sonnet of the peach trees and the many kinds of flowers In bloom and hoar the bIrds singing it makes our hearts leap with joy for it shows rcoullrybrooks the record for high prices on eggs He hasnt paid less than H cents a dozen yet he says ho dozen 9canchildren were the welcome guestsof Mrs Mollle Creer last Saturday Urij cle Reuben Hurley sets the first Sun day In April to organize a Sunday school at Skoggs Creek Let us all go aryl take the children nOCKFOHD Mar 2GLut Saturday and Sunday there was preaching at MicedonU Mr James Sexton who has been sick is betterMrsand Mrs Wil liam Llnvillo visited J M Bulleh on citsomflla Lake of Beren visited R R Todd Monday Mr D G Waddle and Miss M M LInvllle were at Church Sunday f ILLINOIS LETTER NOKOMISnMar 19We are hawing flnowovthSr prrptrInghas gone to Bourbnn where he will work this summer Clint Crand vlf Ited Abe Phillips Strnrdiydr Jas y1USSCEIced Miss Ellen Fleming Siturduy night Abe Phillips bought a fine horse last week preparing for firm lag OHIO NEWS IIA31ILTON Mar 25C C Rhodus was In Itun J1ECincinnati this winter is boarding now with Mr and Mrs M Gabbard Leonard Wllsatj It employed now by the Gllbreth Cx contractors of the new paper mill which Is being constructed by the C C Paper Co Georgo Moore a native of Kentucky who was employed by the C 0 Pai per Co received a bruised leg list week while trucking cues He was removed to Mercy Hospital Lit tie Bessie Gabbard has not been vry well for several daye Arthur Plan ery attended church and 0 E serv- Ice at Westminister Presbyterian Church Services will be held In thiq prrexlliIng outDflielrwhich was higher than during thi I it in a in your a in yow j n J uuary flood The paper nukIng mill ot the C C Paper Co Bender Bros contractors and builders the Becket Paper Mill and some other factor leojwere shut down owing to high wa ter Cincinnati Covlngbon Newport and all cities along the Ohio River suffered damages caused by the March fool which rose In the Ohio River to a sage of about 62 feet Thousands oLii Pple w ce homelpls again as they ere in fast Januarys tlGPJlfor Qlwr t3 nnd the factories lu the flood ed JUst cls received hiuvy damigvs andunany shops had to close The Sanitary flood rose to a stage of C5 feet WOMEN IN REAL i Ont la Loe Anglee Make i a Qreat Sues a an Agent A Teal estate agent In Los Angeles recently made tho largest laud sale so far aa price was concerned over made by a woman in that part of the country According to the tbo dealt WILl for nearly 230000 Tho woman agent has been in trio business pulp about two years but Is making a IIUC of It have many women clientsN she have no trouble with them I find that an a rule they come right to the point and transact business more quickly than many of tho men do Tbo lack of practical knowledge tho ability to close a deal Is tho fault that presents itself moat glaringly In wo min She can demonstrate and convince but cannot execute A deed or protecdODoseeds to bo shown a few times after which she can do without a lawyer She always overestimates details and spends time on trifles allowing tho main issue to loso force by delay Wo men usually enter into deals with en thusiasm but in the words of the street they are quitters They cannot endure weeks and months of Inaction and waiting for the right time but become discouraged TIM stayers reach tho goal This Plant It a Prophet There has been found recently in Cuba a strange plant which bas ex trnordtn powers In forecasting not only atmospheric but nclsmld trHlurb uncea Wbn thejo are t6eur twigs and lessee perform pecullnr move ments each having its definite ntgntfl canca By observing them weather forecasts can be made from two to seven days ahead sad earthquake toro casts aa much an twentynix days In advance over ad area of 000 square miles Volcanic eruptions anti accu tnulatiorji of fire damp in mines can also be predicted Quick Action Tho quickest action ever noted by a Cincinnati newspaper writer was Illus traced when ho reported a murder case In which one of tho witnesses was a negro porter in the hotel that was the scene of the killing The negro was asked bOw many shots he heard Two shots sub he replied Hoy far apart were theyr Bout like tllsa Way explained the negro clapping his bands twice with an Interval of about a second between Where were you when tho first shot was fired 2 Shining a gemmani shoes In dub basement of dub hotel Where were you when the second shot was firedf Ab was apasaln dub Big Fo depot Cape Lookout have been thus named by sea captains who when they saw it began to look out for Cape Uatteras and Its storms When cone hone front It They usually want something from a the pantry You remember the you had Home cooking counts for I 1 imperilII I RoYAL the- cehilaren h5ckoo1 IPOWDERRoyal make difference your home difference hdifference cooking Puret ESTATE Housekeeper aalaantJ 8661d hunger IHICH TRIBUTE TO SCIENTIST The Paris newspapers unite In too osnlilng that in tho death of M Bat thelot tho celebrated chemist who was foreign minister In tbo Ilourcola cabinet France loft perhaps her greatest scientist Tho Petit Par Ion says Tho nineteenth century will leave no greater name to posterity FLYER IN DITCH The Big Four Suffers Another Dies trout Wreck Danville Ind March 23 Passenger train No 11 on tho Big Four ran oft tho track just this sIde of Avon and several passcngera were hurt Two trainmen wore seriously injured The train went down a twentyfool em bankment Engineer John Gregory of IndIanap- olis died of his Injuries Striking a frog of a now switch not yet complete tho engine bounded to the tics leaped tree and plunged down a steep grade on tho south atdo of the tracks Six Pullman cars com prising tho train followed and with tho exception of ono car worn piled at the foot and on tho sIde of tho grade in a mass of wreckage Tho observa tlon car which broko a coupling alone stayed on tho track What seems to have been an Intervention of Provi dence was In tho most part rcsnonsl ble for tho fact that tho list of dead and Injured was not tripled Tho crado over which tho train went was new Tons of soft earth hod Just been thrown over it and had not yot been hardened by weather Tho Pullmans leaving tho rails sank deep Into tho grade and their velocity was checked NO HINT OF INTENTION Much Speculation Concerning Courts Pending Decision In Thaw GateI Now York March 2GWhen Justice Fitzgerald took his placo on the bench I yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock ho merely went through tho formality of I having tho court session adjourned tin til Wednesday morning at 1030 tho l hour set lost Friday for tho Jury in tho i Thaw case to mako its appearance In the case Justice Fitzgerald mado no I announcement whatever to tho attorv nor tho ceremonies In court occupy Ing loss than two minutes If Justice Fitzgerald decides to appoint a commission ho will probably first excuse tho Jurors Indefinitely In forming them that they will be duly I notified when their presence Is again I desired Then after tho jury retires ho will formally announce tho uppolht I mcnt of a commission It the judge decides not to appoint a commission ho may mako no other announcement than to direct that tho trial proceed According to careful estimates three hours of close study wear out tho body more than a whole day of hard physical exertion Aztec Burial Cuetema Among the most terrible of band customs were those of the Asttca of Mexico who somotltnea ticrlfleod hundred of slaves at the funural serv- Ice of their great men burying the unfortunate victims alive with the corpse oven aa some of the savage African tribes are knows to do to this day Impudent DOA dos had the audacity to bark at tho deputy commissioner of Purulla In Bengal when he camo to the basso of tho master of the dog on a bike Tho owners of the dog wets sent up for trial under section ISO sad one of them Karushs was fined 20 ru pees taboro Tribune Wearing of Mats In Parliament Urttl1III III by rl may traced back to tho time when thoM who wore summoned to Irglllatcaae In wearing helmets which were a easily removed DrWGBESTDENTIST CITY riioxi IDS OFFICE OVER POST OFFIC1 r S R BAKER DENTISTOmen Over Printing Glace BEREAKY II OMre Lour from 8 t 4 City riion 113 Teeth ritrtctrd without pain 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