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Q Jl JII4 I4 1 I pOlbJr SMOMOBOMOBOIOBOBOBOVOHOVOHOB 8 BEREA PUBLISHING CO IINCOItIOItATEDIo n f r g o 0d5derat ol fie 1otloJItYallJtTII1 Ky ta tteond otlautnaUmatttr 0 00000000000000 I Vol VIII Flvo cents n copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 4 1007 Dollar year No42 I FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Chinese famine has grown to such terrible proportions that the con tinuance ta lower of the ruling dyn asty Is regarded na seriously threaten ed TIle BtnnihrJ Oil Company nnd the Kuropcvin Petroleum Unlbn have ac cording to a London tutor reached a mutually mtlsfaclory agreement which will end the struggle hitherto waged for the EurojKcxn markets The members of tho Wellman North Polo expedition are completing the preiurattoni ot the balloon America and will leave Purls shortly for Troin toe Norway whence they will leave on their Ecarch for the Pole Juno 1st IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Frederick A Duste a tough poll t flan with a dark record was elected mayor of Chlaigo Tuesday by a plurality ot about 13000 over Ed ward P Dunn tho Dcenocratlc Can didate and present mayor Tho trac Hun ordinances which wore opposed by Mayor Dunne were ndojrtcU by a majority of more than 30000 Poor Chicago IlallroadB west of Chicago received during 1006 A total of H2COC77 for tho transportation of immigrants the largest sum distributed In tho history of the Western InimlgratKm IJurenu The complete count of the votes ctt In Detroit at AIondas clwtlon allows that the proposition to accept 760000 from Andrew Carnegie for o library was deflated by less than 100 votes An Important conference was held at the White HOUBO last week nt which a plan was outlined for the Federal eontrol of the rail roads ot tho country to be presented to the next CongrvM A number of manufacturers also oiled on the Pres Wont and asked him to mute nn nd dreas at the otrlleat iKMwIbte moment which would serve to quiet tho tin raslncM In ooiuniorcVil circles live the present sltmtton W J IlrjHn hu wrlUmn n letter to II M Whitney ot MaaaeJiUBeMu In which he again says that he be UCVM that public ownership k the ultimate MltMlon of the mllroad qua tlon Secretary of War Taft his ended his tour of Induction of the IMnnnn Canal and his jwrty have started tarpon being due to arrive there or April 7th Three days will bo I In Cubs during whleli time SorMar Taft will InvetHlRTtte the Bltiiallnn with rtlJud In the withdrawal of 111 erlonn troops front lh lilind Uncle Spins trwMwrj cliott Is nvlr flowing WIUi thre months of the flsotkl year to oome there Is n sur plus of over 111000000 According to a bulletin of the con sus office there are now nmrly eight million more people In tho United o Stated than In 190- 0COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY At Ins Instance of Attorney Floyd Uyrd the CUt against tho llarglses and Callahan churned with the mur der of James Oockrlll hnve been sot for trial on May 7th nt Lexington Temperance Bdvoontee of Lawrence burg may bring suit to set nslJo till recent local option election In that city They will attack tho law put ting Luwrenceburg In the fourth class and will contend that Its population is not sufficient to entitles It to enter that class If upheld this contention would prevent an election In the city separate from tho county The sudden drop In temperature thruout the state the first tart of till week has put the fruit crop In great danger according to T J Walz weather forcastcr for the Louisville districtFormer Senator J C S Blackburn last Monday received from President Roosevelt his commlBsUm as a mem ber of the Isthmian Canal Gxnwnluslon Senator Blackburn was tho DmucnvU leader In tho Senate AN OPEN SWITCH Causes Death of More Than a Score on the Southern Pacific Colton Cal March 2GA disas trous wreck on tho Southern Pacific occurred a nllo and a halt east of this town shortly after 4 oclock yesterday afternoon when westbound train No 9 from New Orleans for San Fran Cisco ran Into nn open switch while going at tho rato of forty mllpa an hour and ten of tho fourteen coaches were doralld Twentysix people wore killed and tho death list may yot total muoh higher as tho Injured I numbered about 100 many of whom will die Tho wrecked coaches worn hurled In every direction Four of thorn woro smashed Into splinters Moat of tho dead were Italians tram Now York and Now Orleans They occupied the smoker and day coach l But two Americans are known to hara been killed although several of those among tho Injured will undoubt edly die George L Sharp of Muncie Ind was Instantly killed The bag gageman of the train was also killed vt = J 10 THE CITIZEN Ono KILLING PEOPLE ACCORDING TO LAW Until all the fools arc dead there is always likely to be some one getting up to say with a shake of his head You cant make people good law There is no use in making laws against selling whisky for those who like it will drink it anyway and the others will not With the air of a one of our exchanges says We can not sobrietyNogood or even sober by law We cannot keep them from murder or arson or Stealing by law The law is against these things but still people keep on breaking the law Even if you could keep a man from stealing by law that would not make him honest A man who would steal if he got a chance is a thief whether he steals or not What is the use of the law then The law against stealing is not to make peoplefrommen from drinking but to keep men from making others drunk If a man makes whisky for himself drinks it and does nobody else any harm the law will not touch him When he commences to poison others with his whisky then the law to say Stop The law will not try to stop me from poisoning myself if 1 do it veryslowly taking some years to kill myself but the law to say to me You shall not poison others The laws against the saloon arc notto compel men to be soberthey are to pre vent men from making their living by making others drunk A law that allows a man to sell whisky is a law that says punishedSuch Students Journal Containing Breezy Notes Co- mIg Eoenit and Pst TrUli tad of But Students O II IthrtorlrnU Itecltnl Next Monday night at 730 the mien willtrood a y written dur Collprname II Robert McDonald The noeno is laid In Washington D C durto a saeon of Congress A bill bra been Introduced Into both houses of Cong roes providing that all railways and plpo lines doing an InlenWato bust bull bo taken over by the Unitwl States GovofDiiignt and iuid fur M a prion 40 be determined by n oonMnls Caninessiantminti of captfj IndusrtesY Ions rolling stock and other mater leis In use and the corporation own ing these rail ways and 1J1t1e lines riall be compelled 4o Mil than to the gov ernment at such prlca The characters In tho play are t follows a Robert McDonald Simtor from Ohio and ImUer of the lltpublloxtn majority In tho Sfjwto Mrs Joan McDonald wife of the Senator John Smith Ilepublloau Snator from Iowa Mary Smith daughter of Senator Smith Jamas Morris ReiireaenUitlvo e from thin and leader of the Repub lican majority In tho House of Ilepres entatlves Charles Fitch Democrvtlc R rewntatlvo from California nnd lender of the Democratic party in the Hoiirc deo Gray another Democrat- Ic representative from Oallfornkv and friend of Fitch Walter Timer ne publican representative from Now ItelJUlJlloonSenntor Casalus Green Senator from Missouri and loadfr of the Democrats In the Senate Nathan Foreman Reiiublloan Senator from MissiolnuottB Henry Woode Republican U resontatlve front Illinois Raymond SteeJ at torney for the Standard 011 Company Wilson Nallor attornoy for the Don oral Rallnuy Syndicate Show Your Colon Green and whlteor Purple and gold The PI Epsilon PI carry the green flag UIO Utlle Dulco the purple Wo expel you bays to be tree to your first love Many many years ago I btlluvo It was several thousand theta was a man Irandaoane aWractlvc bright bright In nil his studios who after wearing Utllo Dulco colors to I one of the contests seeing an attract I lye PI girl when hie U D girl wm faraway put on the Green And Whlto It did not match hit ln r nnd eyes but what of that1 Ills doom WE aeralcd The Grecian Furies purautd hIm Ttio Roman ILarphs nude his life mlsomblc Mice waylaid him In the tliytlmo and ghosts made hs nights horrible Ho rcpcnled nd Bought for mercy Ho woro a purple suit and a gold tie he ate nothing but grapes papering hIp walls wlUII their beloved skim but it was too hitIHe had deserted his colors once Ills shin turned purple his lair yellow Tho following officers were elected by tho Lllomry Societies nt their meatlngs last Friday night Phi Delta President II H Fellmy Vice President Arthur DilUy Oor nspondlng Secretary J R YoungI Recording Secretary Luther Shndoln I Sergeant ttArll1l II H Clark Treasurer F O Clark 2nd Literary Board L J Cook 3d Mtarary IJwrd W Dogs Citizen CarreeporrferU award Mardi Union Society President Fred Cormllue Vice President George Sparks Secretary John McForrln Corresponding Secretary Arlie lie Gulro Treasurer Sewel Williams Serpa D aiAinw Tilbert Holllday Crlttc Hveret hack eUtlle Dulot Socl tj President Miss Ambrose Vie President tiles lien Ick Recording Secretary Miss Frey Treasurer tiles lily Marehal Miss Wlinn Third Member Ex Com Miss FavIIItPI PI Literary Saclity Pretelr4ryedent Attest Pickering Secretary Fern Douglas Treasurer Jessie Newman iMantiMlfl MlM UibhTintl Oomllrirnn Mary Arbetly sail Grace Cornelius took the prises of the evening for declining nonanttlons Alpha Zeta President Bupene Thomson floe President Roy Bnet man Corresponding Secretary John Gerries Recording Secretary Abner Stlllwell AwL Recording Secretary J IcXMorton Critic A II Meese SergeantisatArms H U KInnard Chorister JBBBO Huff Directors Clyde Stlllwell J MJln Ivan I aatmau Students Journal Hdltor II Stioetnakor note Kappa President Clurles Flanery VIce President E D Thomp son Corresponding Secretary Charles Cole Recording Secretary Wosdson Kalilwln Tncuuror Vernon Suarltts SergrantatAnue Zeal Logan Clior later Lewis Baker The seventh annual banquet of the Alpha Zeta Society was tacit last Sit artily night In tho Parish House There were about one hundred and forty present Tho detonations In the society colors crimson and gold were beautiful the menu dainty nnd the toasts sparkling The success was complete Next week we may be able to give a fuller account of the evenings events Mayor Woods at the Commercial Club Mayor C E Woods with Robert Torrill came down from Richmond to be guests of tho Boron Commer cial Club Wednesday afternoon cspecially noon nnd at night Mayor Woods gave un interesting address to the Club on tho subject of Law enforcement and Municipal Improvement About sixty wore present Insurance Companies Will Fight Jefferson City Mo March 30Wl- J Vandiver superintendent of tho Missouri Insurance department Is pro paring to enforce tho now Insurance laws enacted by tho last legislature and some of tho foreign Insurance companies are preparing to contest some of tho now laws Tranquility Being Restored Bucharest April 2An official report based on Intelligence received from nil parts of the country indi cates that tranquility Is being restored generally throughout Roumnnla steps are being taken to dent with tho bands ot marauding peasants who aro still active Fifty Killed by Explosion Johannesburg Transvaal March 30 Four whlto men and fifty natives were killed and three whites and sixteen natives injured by an explosion two cases of dynamite at tho DreU fonteln mlno A native tampered with the dynamlto w it Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE Front tin Wide World In Oar Own Vountl7- CommonwenUh of Kentucky KdlitkrlnlKIIIIni 1eopU 1jr lAw The Clilncne Knmliic Itellpf Student Journal IAOE TWO Herlnl Tho house of nTliouiuind Candles Idol In Itoiiiiiniiln Youth Department 1AUK T1IIIEK- Ilcriut and Vicinity Tnk Notice Cotl age lIeu Latest Market Reports 1AOE FOUIt ComnirnUIndjiitrlal l jnnllty llctwinii the fx- TlleInt1 of NelfCoiitrol 1ollticnl Talk Telitliminco Notes i 1AGK FIVli Tlq Jlnlr1 The Sunday School Lesson 1AGK SIX T4 Home Tlie Girl on Ihn rnrm Tlie Rchmil Problem of th IHntrlct School by Irof IXnmnorv TlttfirmDairy Dot Yolglh Krntiirky luster 1AGK SKVEN Now trout llvnrywhere Urgent Btnte New i PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky New f Gold Bricks and Gold Nuggets Sometimes we buy gold bricks from swindlers that como along and after our hardearned money Is gone find we lave been swindled It often happens however that wo miss the rich nuggets of gold which lie riser ua because tho gold Is hidden by some other metal or material and othlng tolls us It is there Item are at few words to tell you what a valuable thing you ran got at a vory smell cost If you think over what Is mid you will know that here Is a gold nugget not a gold brick A Christian Newspaper The CIUzen Is a Christian family newspaper As a Christian paper It tells tho truth Just as far as It cnn be found out about people about poll tics about religion and It stands for everybody and everything that Is right and opposes everything that i- s1g no matter where it to or who dots It It stands agalnet Mormon- Ism for Mormonism Is false religion that Is dangerous to tho family the true church and the national government It opposes the liquor business for the saloon is one of tho worst enemies of the home and nation It prints tho Sunday School lesson rom week for the Sunday school Is one of the best Institutions in the world It stands for good laws and for good men to make and enforce them what ever party they belong to It favors tho republican party In Kentucky bo oauso the democratic party has stolen their right to full representa Ion from thousands of voters In Ken tucky and they will never get their rights back again until some other party comes Into power and restores them their rights All the Tautly Need The Citizen Is a family newspaper It considers all the needs of tho tam ily especially tho mountain family Every week It gives somo spare to tho needs ot tho home cooking recipes and hints for making tho homo cosy comfortable clean and beautiful It gives simple remedies for common sicknesses and tells how to stop the spread of disease Then It gives the best advice for making the faun and garden and chicken yard pay and for making roads better It Is all the Limo helping to make tho school hot ter giving hints to teachers and parents from those who know most about school teaching It contains stories games and other things for the children and young people It has a fine conUnued story running all the time ono of tho latest by some author who has made himself famous In the world Now From Old Kentucky It has news letters every week or two from about twentyfive correspondents In eight or ten mountain counties and Is extending that list It gives news from relatives and friends all thru the mountains and even in many other states where they have gone People in Maine and California and Texas and even in other coun tries In South America and Europe depend upon The Citizen for news of their friends In Kentucky Tennessee Weft Virginia and Virginia It gives news ot the hundreds of students who havo left their mountain homes to make the moat of themselves by getting an education in Berca College It gives the latest news of the stole of Kentucky Its politics iU Indus trie its fight for law order nnd torn Penance And the host of the Woldr We all want to iJnow what la going on In other states besides our own CtniUnucd cm Eighth Psgsj TTI S OBOtlOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBv N sWatch for the Farm Do g 2 partment articles by Fran gSoBUOBOBOBOBUBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOV a a 1o+O +O+O+O +O +O+O+O+O+O+O +OO +O +O +O+O +O +O+O+O +O +O +O +O + 0QUARTERLY REPORT t0 ioI BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO iIo 9 5 At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of March 1907 o o o- o o + 0 RESOURCES o + Loans and Discounts + a 164239 54 I o Overdrafts secured 1451 97 t Due from other banks 1645167 I Two Banking Houses and Lots 17988 84 oC JurrFurniture and Fixtures 1 0 o tIa Total Resources 234500 10 + + e + LIABILITIES 0ol+ Undivided Profits 3072 16 a 0CashiersIIotaI Liabilities 234500 10 o 0 0 STATE OP KHNT1TOKYI Couryof MutYea Jo 0 + w II Porter CMblerof the force hank and Trnrt Company s Bank looted and +O doing L masse In too lawn of llerea In said oountr a 0 butlO that the uuilneM ol Mid Bmik has been mnMcteil M the location nod 0 ClO which such report shall be made 3 5 SuuKrtbtd and sworn to blot mo by WII Por rtbeltl day of April t90T g J SI EARLY Wotaryo Politico I + W H Porter Cashlor Chas Burdetto Director + I J W Dlnsmoro Director E T Fish Directors f o 0+0+0 +0+0+0+0+0 +0+o+0 +O +oo+0+o+0 +O+o+0+010 +0+o+0+0 0II No 8435 Berea National BankI S E WELCH President J W FOWLER Vlco Pros J L CAY Cashlor Report of tho condition of the Heron National Bank at Ilervn In tho state of Kentucky nt the close of hiulneml Mardi S3 10O7 RESonncBS Loans and Discounts 40821 58 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 030 01 U S Bonds to secure circulation 10000 00 OQFurnituroDuo from approved reserve agents 7203 47 Checks anti other cash items OS 72 Notes of other National Banks 80 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 23 41 1 LAWFUL MONET RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 1200 00 Legaltender notes 1011 00 2220 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 800 00 TOTAL 70071 78 LIABILITIES i 00UndividedNational Batik notes outstanding 15850 00 Individual deposits subject to check 31740 87 Certifiedchecks 1 153 11 Liabilities other than those abovo stated 2130 00 TOTAL 70071 78 State of Kentucky County of Madison 88- I J L Gay Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is truo to tho best of my knowledge and belief J L Gay Cashier Correct Attest J W Fowler S R Baker S E Welch Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 20th day of March 1007 1 t- Will C Gamble Notary PublicI Relief for the Chinese Since the account given last week 500 was sent in by another lady who didnotwish her name to be mentioned and 5250was given by R H Chrisman thus making 075 which with a like amount from The Citizen was sent to help relievo the starving Chinese This relief must bo contin ued for some months more if tho lives of those who have been thus far + saved by gifts of thoso who love their fellow men are to be still kept alive Havo you given all your share r The US Army Transport lluford 0000 toni detailed by the War Department to the inrvlce of the American lied Cross to carry n full cargoof American fcxxlMuflii provided by Tho Christian Herald for the relief of famine lulTeroni lit Northcantern China Tho lluford Is sclieilultxl to tall from San FrancUco In April direct to Shang Iud China Jfonll mronresrtt marts All ammnraa M tin per h14 b eenm by tbee of h Mttiiinr nm tict ftiirUf s tbpinifhe Tttle1tbrr to p nits n t k- ter h 4 devrI ia4d une Itle-rurMa 4kUl to drcpbat bcw c Uo tutcntr Ia v bleb tbo J oro wmu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anlbtr t THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHEKON Copjrtjhl 1M k1 llMtifttUtrrlll Co CHAPTER V Continued I shrugged my shoulders and turned toward Glenarm My grandfather had left mo a cheerful legacy of dtotrus among my neighbors tho result prob ably of Importing foreign labor to work on his house Tho surly Morgan had intimated as much but it did not greatly matter I had not come to Glenarm to cultivate the rustled but to fulfill certain obligations laid down In my grandfathers will I was so to speak on duty and I much preferred that the villagers nhnjild let mo alone Comforting myself with those reflections I reached the wharf whore I saw Morgan sitting with his feet dangling over the water smoking a pipe I nodded in his direction but he not to see me A moment later he jumped into his boat and rowed out upon the lake When I returned to tho honso Hate want work in the kitchen This was a large square room with heavy tim bers showing In the walls and low coiling There was a greet fireplace In an enormous chimney fitted with a crano and hobs but for practical pur poses n small range was provided Bates received me placidly kea its an unusual room sir Mr Clenarm copied It from an old kitchen In England Ho took quite a pride In It Its a pleasant place to sit In the evening sir He showed me the way bolow whore I found that the collar extended under evory part of the house and was dl vided Into large chambers Tho door of one of them was of heavy oak bound In iron with a barred opening at the top A groat iron hasp with a heavy padlock and grilled area win dows gave further the Impression ot- a cell and I fear that at this as at many other things In tho curious houso I swore it I did not laugh thinking of the money my grandfather had expended in realizing his whims The room was used I noted with pleasure as a depository for potatoes In another of these rooms I found a curious collection of lanterns ot every conceivable description grouped on shelves and next door to this apart ment was another storeroom filled with brass candlesticks ot many odd designsI to the main floor and sought the comforts of the library where 1 smoked a pipe over a very tedious chapter in an exceedingly dull book on Norman Revivals and Influ ences Then I went out assuring myself that I should get steadily to work in a day or two Hates was soberly chopping wood at a rough pile of timber at tho rear of tho house Ills industry had already Impressed me Ho had the quiet ways of an Ideal serving man Well Bates you dont Intend to let me freezo to death do ou1 There must bo enough wood In the pile there to last all winter Yes sir I am just cutting a little more of tho hickory sir Mr Olenann always preferred It to beech or maple- I turned toward the unfinished tower In the meadpw from which a windmill pumped water to the house The Iron frame was not wholly covered with stone but material for the remainder of the work lay scattered at the base I went on through the wood to the lake and Inspected the boat house thon I followed the pebbly shore to the stone wall where It marked the lino ot tho schoolgrounds The wall I observed was of the same solid character here as along the road I tramped beside It reflecting that my grandfathers estate in time heart of 1 the Republic would some day give the l lie to foreign complaints that we have no ruins in America i The buildings of St Agathas were well hidden by the intervening wood and I climbed upon the wall at the Iron gate for an ampler view Tho pillars at either side of time gate were of huge dimensions and were higher than I could reach The little Gothic church near at hand was built of stone similar to that used in Glenarm house As I surveyed the scene a number of young women appeared and forming In twos and fours walked back and forth before the chapel A sister clad In a brown habit lingered near or walked first with one and then an other group of students It was all very pretty and Interesting and not at all the ugly school for paupers I had expected to find Tho students were not tho charity children I had carelessly pictured they were not so young for one tiling and they seemed to bo appareled decently enough I smiled to find myself adjusting my scarf and straightening my collar as I behold my neighbors for the first times I sat thus on the wall I heard tho sound of angry voices back of me on tho Glenarm side and a crash of un derbnioh marked a flight and pursuit I crouched down on the wall and wait ed In a moment a man plunged through the wood and stumbled over a low hanging vine and fell not 20 feet away from me To my great surprise It was Morgan my acquaintance of tho Morning He rose cursed his 111 luck and hugging the wall close ran I award the lake Instantly the pursuer broke Into view It was Mateo evi dently much excited aad with an ugly cut across lass forehead lie carried a heavy club and after listening for a moment for sounds of tho enemy he hurried after the carotnkor It was not my row though I must say It wakened my curiosity I straightened myself out threw my legs over tho school side of tho wall and lighted a cigar feeling cheered by the opportunity the atone barricade offered for observing the world As I looked off toward tho little church I found two other actors ap pearing on tho scone A girl stood in a little opening of the wood talking to a man tier hands wore thrust Into tho pockets of her covert coat she ThO1wlroaway young maples lay between us Their profiles wore toward mo and the tones of the girls voice reached mo clearly as she addressed her companion Ho wore a clergymans high waistcoat and 1 as sumed that ho was tho chaplain whom Hates had mentioned I am not by nature an eavesdropper but the girl was clearly making a plea of somoI kind and the chaplains uro awake in me an antaydnlsm that held me to time wall If he conies here 1 shall go away so you may as well understand it and tell him I shant see him under any circumstances and Im not going to Florida or California or anywhere else on a private car no tumor who chap erones it- Certainly not unless you want to certainly not said tho chaplain I You understand that Im only giving you ills message Ho thought it boatNot to write to mo or to Sister Theresa broke in the girl contempt TamoShanter tuoualy What a clover person he Is And how unclover I am said tho clergyman laughing Well at any rate I thank you for giving mo the opportunity to present his message She smiled nodded and turned swift ly toward the school The chaplain looked after her for a few moments then walked soberly away toward the lake Ho was a young fellow clean shaven and dark and with a pair of shoulders that gave mo a twinge of envy I could not guess how great a factor that vigorous figure was to be In my own affairs As I swung down from the wall and walked toward Glenarm house my thoughts were not with the athletic chaplain but with the girl whose youth was I rctlcotedI marked by her short skirt uncon cern with which her hands were thrust Into the pockets of her coat arid the Irresponsible tilt of the tamoshanter There Is something jaunty a suggestion of spirit and independence In a tam o shanter particularly a red one if the red tamoshanter expressed BO to speak tho keynote of St Agathas the proximity of tho school was not so bad a thing after all In a high goodhumor and with a sharp appetite I went in to luncheon CHAPTER VI The Girl and the Canoe Hates did not refer to his encounter with tho caretaker and I resolved to keep my knowledge of It to myself I Always prefer to let a rascal hang him self and here was a case I reasoned whore If Hates was disloyal to the duties Pickering hud Imposed upon the fact of his perfidy was bound to disclose itself eventually Glancing around at him when ho was oft guard t surprised a look ot utter dejection upon his taco as ho stood with folded anus behind my chair Ho flushed and started then put his hand to his forehead where a strip of plaster covered his wound- I met with a slight accident this morning Mr Glenarm The hickorys very touch air A pftco of wood flew up and struck ine Too bad I said with sympathy Youd better cost a bit this after noonThank you sir but Its only a small matter only you might think the cut n trifle disfiguring Ho struck a match for my cigarette and I left without looking at him again But no I crossed the threshold ot the library I formulated this note Hates Is a liar for one thing nud a person with active enemies for an other watch Mm All things considered the day was passing well enough I plokod up a book threw myself on n comfortable divan to smoke and reflect before con tinning my explorations As lIarthere plates brought mo n telegram n reply to my message to Pickering It read Yours announcing arrival received nnd filed It was certainly a queer business my errand to Glenarm I lay for a couple of hours dreaming and counted tine candle In the grout crystal than dollar until my eyes ached Thou I look my cap and was soon tramping tower tho lake There were several small boor and a naphtha launch In the boathouse I dropped a canoe into the water and paddled off toward the summer colony xvhcto gables anti red roofs wore plain ly visible from tho boathouse I landed and roamed Idly over leaf strewn walks past newly a hundred cottages to whose windows and verandas tho winter blinds gave a dreary and Inhospitable air There was at one point n casino whose broad veranda hung over tho edge of the lake while beneath on the water side was a boathoute- I walked back to tho wharf whore I had left my canoe and was about to stop Into it when I saw rooking at a similar landing placo nearby another I I She Wore a Red him slight craft of the same typo as ray own but painted dark maroon I was tbereIslightly to tost its weight The pad silo lay on tho dock beside mo and It too I weighed critically deciding that It was a trifle light for my own taste Please If you dont mind TO UK CONTINUED WHERE CHILDREN ARE TAKEN Mrs Gunbusta Found One of Few Spots In New York Mrs Gunbusta left her pretty cot tage In Bumhurst and took the earliest train to the city says the New York Press She was going there to find a modern flat for herself her husband and their four little children They hind tired of tho suburbs and decided to move to tho city Arriving In the metropolis Mrs Gunbusta popped Into the first real estate office that confronted her and going up to a ruddyfaced chubby man seated at a polished dusk she gasped Krcuso me sirIm Mrs Gunbusta of Humhurst woro tired of the sub urbs wo want to come to tho city thats why Ive called Im looking for a place whero theyll tako children do you know of any such placo Oh yes there are a few plncoft left In tho city whore they take children replied time man wheeling about In his chair there Is a tine place two blocks down right on the corner take a look at it you cant mills seeing it 111 go to see it Immediately and as Mrs Gunbusta hurried out of tho place and walked In tho direction Indi cated tho ruddyfaced chubby fellows eyes twinkled merrily Walking down two blocks what was Mrs Gunbustas surprise to see on the corner an Im mouse granlto building on tho front which was a large gilt sign read rot CITY ORPHAN ASYLUM REPORTED IN FLAMES ARE TEN ROUMANIAN TOWN AND VILLAGES 2000 MEN ARMED WITH RIFLES Attack Company of Soldles Who Fired Several VolleysxKIIIIng Forty Peasants London Much 26In a dispatch from Sofia a correspondent says ho has been informed front a reliable source at Kutttohuk that 10 Roumaulau villages near Uiero are burning and that the dams nn visible from Rust chub That time Roumanian government considers the prudent trouble lu Mol davia and VaUachlti as a result of similar disturbances In tha ndjaoeut provinces of llUMta and not of an millJewish character In evident from a communication male by former Premier Cnntacusene and telegraphed by him from Bucharest to Loudon The premier says Tho grave troubles which have been broken out In Itounianla do not arise from any antiSemitic feellnp Thoy are of a well defined agrarian character The peasants are not only devastating the houses and forma ol Jewish farmer but also those ot Ron manian landed proprietors It is un deniable that these sad occurrences aro a part of the agitation now preva lent In IluBttlo especially In Bwaara bla which borders on Rouumnlo- Tlio Hounmntan government Is tak ing energetic measures to restore or der and It hopes that by retire mili tary intervention the rioting quickly will bo suppressed Immediately the government will Introduce a series of measures providing for toe necessary agrarian reforms Bucharest March IGThat the ro rnltod peasants of Ronmanla are at least temporarily beyond control ot the government forces In the field In amply evidenced by Ute stories of pillaging and Incendiarism coming tn from all parts of Moldavia and Walla chin Tho plundering continue on a large scale In the dlMrtots ot Roman Putns Jatfly and RolMahnl Thorn have boon several serious ooa Nets between peasants and troops notably at Hachoa In the dtotriet ot Vaalul where J080 peasants armed with rifles and revolvers attacked a company of soldier The troops fired several volleys kill ing 40 peasants nail wounding largo numbers but the soldiers wero M greatly outnumbered that they finally wore obliged to retreat TWENTYSIX PEOPLE INJURED Cy Explosion of Natural Gas In a Theater Greenfield Ind March K Tweaty six persons were Injured some seri ously and a twostory building occu pled by a flvocont theater with mov ing pictures was wrecked by an we plosion of natural gas used to heat the buildingAbout 200 people were in the theater kt the time and in the panic that fol lowed men women and children rush ed for the doors trampling on out mother That no one was killed out right U considered nothing short of a miracle The loss including the building wrecked and adjoining structures la estimated at 110000 The explosion Is thought to have been caused by a lighted niatoli whloh Ignited escaping pas at a ventilator under tho east window of tho build lag HAVE VOTED TO STRIKE nless Companies Agree To Make Concessions Chicago March 2CA crisis has been reached in tho negotiations be ween tho railroads throughout tho west and their employes ovor the wage question and U is up to tho general managers according to roproseuta- vos of the COOOO oraployea who have voted to strlko unless their demands llro complied with Tho reply of the general managers to this statement Is Wo havo conceded all wo can Tuesday morning bout sides will meet In conference And unless thoro Is a backdown on ono side or the other the most gigantic strike In the history ot transportation In this country appears Imminent- Verdict Against Negro Soldiers Washington March 26 Sonnto com alttco on military affairs received from the acting secretary of ear a copy ot a telegram from Brig Gen McCaakuy commanding the department of Texas concerning tho MaJ Panrono court martial Tho telegram says that Pen rose was exonerated but that the court found that tho shooting up ot 3rowiisvlllo was dono by men ot the 25tb Infantry Yacht Wrecked Mlllvule N J March 2GThe yacht Starwhich left Anglosea N J on Sunday for this placo was found float lug on Dead Mate shoals in Maurice river cove bottom up and It U feared that tho three men vduo lots lit the yacht have drowned Arm In Arm To Death San FrancUco March 2GFred tlaumbroth a teamster living in a tent shot and killed his wife and then killed himself No motive tor the tragedy is known Before the shooting the couple wove worlking arm hi arm I t AN EASILY MADE TELEPHONE Instrument That Will Work If Con strutted Carefully The materials you will require are two pine boards ten by 12 Incliee and halt an Inch thick two fresh but bladders one box ntlour ounee tacks two largo guttapercha overcoat but tons some strip of thin leather one qUtirtor of an Inch wide nod lastly some flexible wire The best wire for the purpose Is that used In bcyk bind fug machines but If It cannot be ob tamed any soft llaxlblo wire will do Prepare tbo bladders lint by blow- Ing them up tightly mid leaving them to for a day or two until they aro thoroughly stretched but do nut let thorn become dry and hard saye Good Literature Whllo the bladders are stretching you can obtain tlto other materials To begin take one ot the boards and having brought It to the required dimensions draw a circle In its center eight Incite In diameter which you must saw out taking care Parts of the Telephone to keep on tho lino for if tho open lag la not round or eves the Instru meat will not work stlUfneliHlly Next take ono of the bladders and after cutting the neck off cut away about onethird of It from end to cad then soak It In water warm hut not too hot until It becomes while sad soft after which stretch It loosely but overly ovor the opening letting UM lasMe of the bladder be on tap and 4ek temporarily all arouad uno tuck from the edge of tha Aliening Now test It by pushing the seater with your finger if It stretches smoothly and without wrinkles It will do but If It does not you moat change Its position until It doe so Nest take a strip of leather and tack com ptetoly around the edge of the open ing putting the tacks closely together and taking care to keep Ute bladder stretched evenly while doing so When you have It tacked properly take your knife and cut away that part of the bladder on the outside strip FIg 11 This done broalc off three feet ot tho wire and after attaching It to one of tho buttons Fig XI pats the fita end through the center of thi bladder until time button rests on its surface A Fig 11 then fatten a welghr of eight pounds to the end ot tho wire and sot In the sun for two hours or more until thoroughly dry Jolg 2- Proceed with tho other materials In a like manner and when you have both drums well dried place one on oath end of the line and connect tho button wlrtM with tho main wire by loops and stretch It as tightly as pos sible and with few sharp angles Whenever a support Is needed ute a loopTo call up strike the button with a load pencil and tho one called up will respond In a like manner This Is not it ijy1 but U u practical laIc phono tbtrt Is serviceable from throe feet to three miles- Something Lacking The small boy was tanking calls with his mother and to soothe his evi dent restlessness time ministers wife hail given him an apple What do you say William the mother prompted Peel It William answered with conviction LIpplncottH Magazine Much Depends on the Color Shoals It really true that tho blind can determine color by the sense of touch 1 He Certainly I once knew n bind man who was able to toll a red bot stove by morels putting his finger on It Illustrated lilts THROWING THE DISCUS IThe Old Greek and Roman lame of Quoits Mare yon over played quoits Tlih Greeks and Romans hind a game very similar tn quolta and It wits into of their favorite amtsiomenta It was called Throwing the discus Flue illtous was n our cular Plato of atone or metal ten to 12 inches aLIIn diameter and was hold by te further edgo with tlio right hand so us to lean upon tho forearm and Iwas cast with a ttwlng of time arm I nldud by n twist of the whole body Tho jilcturo will give you a correct Idon of the position of the player Similar to this gnats time ancients had another Thruwlnic tho soles a heavy spherical mimes of alone or Iron perforate through the center to ad mit a rope by the aid of which It WM thrown 1 A DOHN OPTIMIST I Story That Win Definition and Illus tratlon All In One When little IemitJer Itaswtt tukcit big Imwler its father what an op tlmtet was Mr OasMtt regarded him thoughtfully tee a moment before lea poke says the Youths Companion I hop youre going to be ono ho I said slowly You favor your Uncle William In leaks and youve got some IJ Of his ways Twould plotuo Inn mightily to have you turn out like him I dont know how tho big dictionIarks tint U but 1 know the Idea sonny and Its Undo WtIIliam clear through and IbrouchIWhen he hail anything hard to do tie Just made a kind of u window of It to too sowothlns pleasant through Whoa wo hall wood to saw an split ho used to call It a kind of a bat tIe Hud say When weve disposed ofFhis regiment pointing to n pile faiherd portioned off to us I think our troops will be able to make oft to the woods without forth or IfttorforMce hed sayand then wed boUt hack away like mad When it cano to heelag corn In the hut sun and Id gt clean discour aged ked put his hand up to his eyes and say litrlkes me wero Koitinr oa pretty feet taken were hood these two rows nod 11 more well be one more than halt done and plenty otIUHM to HHteh Hod kiMRk when ho saW It nail Id laugh wlUt him I otHiklnt always see It the same way he dM but I learned ono thing you can kook tight at any imam this BRreonbl Job till yon cant MO thing else even when you turn aWAYIfrom It or you een look through It no matter how thlak It ii same M William did Ha was what 1 call optimist 111IDISPUTED RIGHT OF WAY i IderClI1erpillars fight Those two creatures + havo met ou a twig and neither will glyo the other the right of way Hotb want It and tho result will be a to the death Tho picture showsfightJcaterpillars sparring for an just ns two human fighters approach each other In the ring- AcrossI Lots What do people moan when they talk about tacking naked Hobby who had listened to a detailed account lot his sisters first experience In a sailboat with Interest but In much confusion ot mind Oh youll know when youre a lit tie bit older said the sitter but bar r small round taco wore an expression of injury and she had to explain fur ther Why Its Just turning halfway round she said with slight hesita fthoI EVOLUTION OF A BELL f cDKokokorororokororokorororororororororokoKokorokoro o SPORTING o- P o A iI- w I GOODS I Q o 0 u- Y I SEE OUR LINE OF xA I 0 I I Baseball Lawn Tennis iIt 0 I o and Fishing Material i I ro a I I I Porter Drug Co INC f t OAOAOwOgOAOAOAOiDAOAOa010i0710AOf10t10i101101it05e0k0y10i1 o710k I ROSo 0 Vicinityo Ij- l e o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e- e oS o I eoeoeoeoeoe0eoeoeoe0eoeoe0 t TAKE NOTICE IAMissionary Service will be given I at tho Union Chnrcli next 8uMtr morning at 11 oetack pipers botaffi read by a momber of the SUllieD Volunteer Mission HoardI Mr J n Toons will Mtoalr at the Congregational Church next Stblxtth j morning wereIJul1iIi Mr end Airs R 0 ICW4 of Wltaoc ton hAve been vfeltlng UMlr MM W F Kldd I IIptntI0Latr J T Sorlvnor anti son have bought the llrory etabit belonging to C C Rhodus L Mr n Eo More of Scaffold Cano I will carry a ganonil line of woods in tho house recently occuplx by C C Rhodua Co t Mrs Sillle Oornelleon who has been eryIMrs C M Rawllngs of Panola vie lied her sister Mrs 0 I Ogg over I Saturday and Sunday We are glad to know that Mrs E + 0 Wallace Is Improving rapidly Mr TV R DillArd of Volley Vlow hisfMlssca Dooley and Hilda Welch who are attending school at Lexington Ky came homo for Kistor- MJss Nell Meyers who has been staying in Richmond for somo time returned home Sunday Mrs Maggie Spence nnd son Leon cud were in Richmond Sunday Does Your r Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does It send out good blood or bad blood You know for Ii good blood Is good health bad blood bad health And t you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years l RIIriulxt nrfi are then absorbed Into the blond Initmil of IwliR rrmoml from the loins derv rlIhu 0 tl I I IIXa4uers IIAGUE eOSOSOSOUOSOSOe0SOSOSOSOSOeMoe Monday evening April 1st at the homo of her Bunt in Lexington The r malna wore brought to Beret Wed noaday and the funeral services In the DttoiplM Church wero conducted by Rev 0 A Van Winkle at 3 oclock Wednesday evening Many friends arc saddened at this loea Mr Josiah Durdetto hAd a coven stroke of apoplexy while in Clover DoUom Tuesday night After some hours he was feeling much better R a Rhodus is moving Ills stock of goods Into tbo now building On Mala atrot Mrs Q D Allan of Cdrtprsvllli spent a felt days lest wotk with her sister Mrs O M Oreen Tho Faster cxcrelaea given nt the Parish Itouso wero unusually good this year Mlsa Lucllo Jones of Danvlllo is as slating Miss Rouse in trimming ate for Sirs Coddlngton and Mrs Jones Mrs Dunbar of Lexlnntfon Is visit ing at the homo of Mrs Lowcn on Jackson street Dr Thomson left Tuesday to con duct a ton days series of ovangellstli meetings at Fort Wayne Ind A Cnnl of Thank I take this method of thanking the friends and good people of Berca for their kindness to mo during the ill ness and death of my dear Jlttlo Ray mond MRS ALBHRTA BROADDUS 1rof Maion In Arliann The following articles are copied from The Native American a paper published by tho Phoenix Indian School of Phoenix Arleona Professor Silas C Mason Agrlcul lurlst of tho Department of Agricul turo ban been spending a few days In the vicinity of Phoenix in company with Special Inspector Chubbuck He has visited tho experiment station the dato farm tho olive and citrus groves and tho Indian rcoervntlons The Department Is making a ape cial effort to introduce new products and now varieties of old ones that etc particularly adapted to arid regions such as Saharan UfalfaS a drought resistant olivo from Tunis tbo ls Lachlo nut and various varieties of edible dates which latter thrlvo on alkali soil and in tho hotest sun Tho following Horn appears In the same paper Professor Mason was for many years a toocher in the State Agricul tural College at Manhattan Kansas and for an equally long time a member of tho faculty of Berea College In Kentucky Ills addresses before the school Sunday morning the indus trial section Tuesday evening nd the teachers meeting Thursday even lag wore highly entertaining and val jable Professor Masons present address Is in Indlo California in the wonder tut Ooachella Valley 122 feet below see level j11 b I c oneoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeS 0 College Items I o 0 oHERE AND THERE o oeoeoSotoeoeoloeoeoeoeoSOSMr attending a meeting of tho State Advisory Committee of tho Y M C A President and Mrs Frost wero able to remain in Berca a couple of days longer ihan they had expected they left for tho east Wednesday Mr and Mrs Hall parents of Mrs T A Edwards will return to their home at Croton Ohio on Thursday of this week after having spent tho win ter with their daughter In Boron I Miss Doran of Columbus has been visiting Mlsa llaupt this week Miss llaupt took the members f her school out to gather arbutus Fri day afternoon The annual contest between PI Epsilon Pi und Utlld Dulco Lltorarj Societies will take place Friday night In tho Upper Chapel Tho pints to bo contested are Orations Envoys nnd Readings Miss Swing reports the successful use of I io now multlgraph which has been bought for the presiding office Dr Cooks rhetorical clam will give an entertainment on1 Monday night Prcst Frost cpoko at Main Chap el Sunday night and Dr Thomson at Upper Chapel President Frost gave the Monday lecture in Upper Chapel Monday morn- Ing At the name Inur there was a song service in the Main Chapel Miss Chrlsmnn led tho Y W C A Sunday night It was an Easter Service A choice lino of dress goods no lions embroidery laces muslin un derwear readymade waists Amer lean Beauty Corsets newest styles in spring hats nnd everything in ladies wearing apparel nt MRS S R BAKERS FOR SALE0 Show Cases 2 Mirrors 1 Money Safe 4 dozen Hat Stands 1 Figure MRS A T FISH Houses and Gardens for Rent Call ou O D H01lldulat the Berea Bank nnd ompany HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Onlro ovrr Post Onlrit VlinitK ran t5nrrhouee west of llrjinl Stool Roofing Chonpur Than Kvor Eivt Trough Ji loss tlinii Old Price Got His Reward- I saw a young follow who thought hed t o funny get tho worst of lt Ho boarded tho car right behind a very pretty girl whom it was plain to see bo did not know When I Went for his tarn he gave mo n dime For that young lady too ho said pointing at the girl two scats ahead When I went along up tho car the girl h 1cl out a nickel I told her her fore had been paid By whom she demanded I point ed the young man out Ho was smiling in a sickly manner Youve made a mistake tho girl salt to inc loud enough for him to hear he meant to pay for this colored woman Sho dropped the five cent piece in my hand and pointed at an old negro woman ahead I saw how tho girl had got it on tho young man so when tho negro woman offered her taro I told her It had been paid by him Tho young fellow decided things were get ting too warm for him on that car so ho got off at the next corner As bo left the cnr the negro woman said Much obliged sab You ought to have seen the girl laugh Denver Post Orders Were Misunderstood Fairmont W Vn April 1FllSt train No 71 on the Baltimore Sc Ohio railroad and a freight train met In headon collision Sunday night ten miles west of this city There wero about 100 passengers on tho train All aver bruised and shaken up but nono was seriously injured A misun derstanding of orders it Is alleged caused tho accident Railroad Machlnlnts Strike Nashville Tenn March 29Uo cause of dlfferencos over tho employment of nonunion labor in the shops of tho Cincinnati Southern railroad at Oakdalo and Somerset Ky tho ma chinists havo walked out It Is report ed that other shop men throughout the system will Join the strikers Harry Pulllams Father Dead Nashville Tenn March 271I C Pulllam father of President Harry Pulliam of the National League of Baseball Clubs Is dead here Mr Pulllam was formerly a prominent merchant of Louisville but had made Nashville his homo for scvefaT years In the reign of Henry VIII n bailiff named Dun gained n great reputation for making persons pay their debts When every other m UIOiI of getting payment had been tried without sue cess Dun was put to work and dun him became the popular advice as a last resource i 1 a1 I CHILE JS SULKING Ambitious South Amerloan Republic Pouting Over Uncle Sams Lack of Enthusiasm SOME SOUTH AMERICAN POLITICS Aspirations to Gain Ambassadorial Rank at Washington Were Not En couraged and the Andean State Declines to Send flack Its Minister Washington April 1Chiles fall uro to send a minister to Washington to rcplaco Mr Walker MarUnez who did not return hero alter tho Pan American conference at RIo JanolroI last summer has caused ment Tho neglect of tho Chilean congress to appropriate sufficient mon ey to maintain tho legation has been given as a reason for leaving tbo American mission In chargo of Alberto Yoacham secretary of tho legation Dut It has just become known that the LaVaAmericanChile decided It would bo a good Idea to have an ambassador In Wash ington and steps were taken to dis cover what tho United States thought about tho proposed elevation of the Chilean representative to Washington Brazil had an ambassador and Chile felt that a similar honor should bo ac corded to It by tho United States The suggestion that tho Chilean en voy might be raised to ambassadorial rank set all LatinAmerica on edge nn1 a general movement was institut ed by the southern republics to head off such a movement Argentina be ing unfriendly to Chile was especially opposed to the plan as Drazll and Chile aro always rated as allies and Argentina did not want her two strongest rivals to outstrip her InI American representation- It has not been tho policy of tho state department to send ambassadors to any country which cannot bo rank ed as a world power and when the hostility of the rest of South America to such a change became known the United States decided that tho ques tion had better not bo agitated fur ther at this time Before this decision was reached however It was dlplo matically hinted that Bolivia and sev oral of tho western South American republics would probably decide to withdraw their ministers and leavo their legations in charge of secretaries in case chile was permitted to send an ambassador After Mr WalkerMartinez left Washington it was suggested to tho state department that another man whoso name has not been mado pub lic was being considered for tho place Dut after tho United States was asked about tho man his name was dropped and recently there has been no suggestion that Chllo will be In any hurry about sending a repro sentative of ministerial rank to Wash ingtonTho United States had no objection to tho name proposed and tho failure of Chile to send him is attributed by diplomatists here to the refusal of the United States to glvo favorable con sideration to tho ambassadorial plan The Case of Mr Harriman Washington April ITho inter state commerce commission listened- to arguments by counsel for E H liar Iman hero today on the question whether or not tho commission shall appeal to tho courts to compel Mr Harriman to answer certain questions affecting his management and control ot the Pacific railroads and tho Chi cage Alton At the hearing In New York several weeks ago Mr Harriman declined to answer several questions concerning his financial management The Fall of Honduras Washington March 28The state department has received tho following telegram from Philip R Drown sec retary of tho American legation at Tegucigalpa tho capital of Honduras- Teguelgall1 was abandoned early Tuesday precipitately It was occu pied that night by NIcaraguans and Honduran revolutionary forces I as sumed chargo In the Interval with ho aid of the consuls and preserved order Tho Donlllan government no longer exists THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stoc at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 7Cc CornNo 2 44c Oats- No2 mixed 43c Hay Clover 11000 1700 timothy 1900G 2100 millet 1300 01500 Cattle260 Q COO logs J5000680 Sheep 2500 G2G LambsGli0750 At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 79c CornNo 2 47tfc OatsNo 2 44V4c Cattle 4400550 Hogs 4500085 Sheep 2500525 Lambs 4500800 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 763c Corn No 3 42c OatsNo 2 41c Cat tieSteers 4000700 stockers and feeders 2500610 Hogs 4250 682 Sheep 4000660 Lambs 5250725 Livestock at New York Cattle 4600605 Hogs 6760 Uti Sheep 4000450 LambSG15 JJ865 At East Buffalo CatUo100600 Ifogs5500 705 Sheep 3000675 Lambs 600 3875 I ToledolMay193osh78Uo r I- ft a oYokokokokoxokokokokokokokokakokokokootakorokokokox Y o 0 N WHEN YOU W- ANTGROCERIES It0 0 N o 0 GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED o 0 JloN 550Best o- N n N Best Canned Corn per can 050 a FORAn stukokorokostoKOStostokoko are full line for men 400 for ladles and for boys and girls We you visit when that new and see line Yours KY a make those billiard balls pop This player had get top rigged crane lift Himself What gift get top any line Dont tand around the floor and pines Rig crane twill How big lift Nutria Fur Rare fur comes from a little ani mal which makes his homo tho banks the river Plata South America Tho climate and loca tion suit him well that has never been found any other locality He equally homo tho water ashore being provided nature with nostrils set very high that swim with Just tho tip nose out the water The old 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1nblUhea every Thursday a Bete Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgt SUbscrlptlonRntos PAVABUI IN AUVANCU- OB Tear l h 6U Months oe Three Month Send money tiy PontaHii or npresr M mr Older Draft RrgtMeiol lefcr ui one cnl tux tUmp a The date after sour name on Uliel shows tc what date yoabcrlptwn islwil If i i nt rhancetl within thtte weekkt rrtiewtl- rtlfy us- Miuiognumbtrt will lie gladly anpplird if we rt notlfitil Vine Premium clan for new wlMrriptlnm end prompt renewal Send for Prtmiutitnt liberal terms gven to any who hnin new utxcriptlon foi us Any one wnriini w Umr rly subcriptinnstunr3Liet H titantrttfof one Advertising rata oil upplkatioi AFYart IK- XKNTITCKY Pats Asso 1 AT JON About 60000000 Is at present In nested In England In the manufacture of motor wagons About 260000 men are employed In them or as chauffeurs etc and their wages aggregate 75000000 a year Hoboken X J a few days ago IAt woman who cannot speak Enr lush was married to an English man who cannot speak German It will be extremely discouraging If they dont get along well Proto Shnller Mathews declares that contrary to general belief marriage Is no picnic That of course depends on the meaning you Inject Into the word picnic when you offer It as a good description of tho married state For over a thousand years and without perfuming the of fit Sofia In Constantinople has retained Its fragrant odor qf musk The reason for this is that when the mosque was I built musk was mixed with the mor tar It must be disconcerting to Presi dent Zelaya of NIcaragua that after he has hurled a violently worded proc lamation at Honduras Guatemala and Salvador the throe allies quickly ro cover and go right on fighting his little army This Is almost Imperil t nenco Disappearing paper la a novelly for use by those whose correspondents forget to burn the letters after their utility has ceased It is steeped In sulphuric acid dried and glazed the acid being partly neutralized by am monia vapor It falls to pieces after a given time- Columbus says a Chicago antiquary in Chicago Journal got a sal ary of 320 a yearless than one dot i tar a day Ills captains got 180 a year each His crew got 225 a month To equip the expedition that discovered America cost 2806 The total cost of discovering America was 7200 In central Tennessee are large tracts of cedar the berries of which serve to attain myriads of robins In the winter One small hamlet in this region sends to market annually enough robins to return 600 at five cents per dozen equal to 120000 birds They are killed at night by torchlight with stickso r Emperor William did a neat thing when he carried a fjouquot of roses and lilacs to Mrs Tower wife of tbo American ambassador and called for the children whom he engaged In friendly conversation In fact the em peror has a way of doing neat things occasionally If he Were an American be would probably shine In politics Great BritaIn and her colonies and the United States represent together the fabulous total of 111000000 Eng lishspeaking persons figures whichI leave all competitors hopelessly in ccthe rear Germany and Russia occupy i second place with 75000000 apiece l and France Spain Italy and Portu gal follow with 51000000 43000000 33000000 and 13000000 respectively Indications encourage the belief that the limitation of armaments will receive serious attention at the com lug peace conference at The Hague aThough none of the great powers has expressed any desire to cut down Its military equipment there Is reason to think the matter will be approached in the most friendly and liberal spirit No doubt some of the coun tries now groaning under the almost Intolerable burden of their war outfit would be glad of a good excuse to cut down expenses which are getting heavier all the time Ilerforr t trap an ounce or more It ought to 1 be easy declares the St Paul Die I patch to rig up an apparatus to tell 1iJ which direction the soul goes when j LItleaves Tho statement that Baroness Bur dtttCoutte after having held lu life a fortune of 15000000 left at he- rf death an estate of 393004 shows that others besides air Carnegie haveI determined to avoid the disgrace of 1 dying rich I Jl 1 It 1t ltitrittl1Eq1ta11tJ Lrm lit t11r St nit Shunniahle By LIDA McFEATERS President of list Trimmers Union I m I 11 1 industrial renditions of today sro such tint the wunlity of wonuni with man is the only solution of a tiumltor of the most important of indnstrial problcuta Women niunt hart tqual xrngtti for the mature work equal tenors of employment and equal conditions of labor As the situation has been steal still is womAn has been the indu trtnl oomi titor of innn Sho- has accqitod lower wages lower lionrs sad poorer conditions of labor thnn men bj organized detnnml have been able to M cureIIf that condition could prevail without change it is clear that tiif progress of the male indnstfinl workec would be ivtnrtled It women fan bo employed lo grater mlTuntnge to the emplowr through conditions that withhold from her certain rights which the nuni insist upon it is they to soo that the univcrnl cause of labor will suffer Male orgnni cd Inlwr ennnut submit without power pn tect to any such condition It denies the justice of such a system and insists that it shall bo nltolishotl 1hns it has come abut that women rngeMmrnan are organising ami have in some fields orguniied well The goal nt which the orgnnimtion of the woman workers aims is tho industrial equality of women with men Nothing less than that can satisfy the women and nothing less titan that can remove the menace to men This industrial inequality whites has existed has JlCCn duo to the wcaknois of womeii on the cue lufnd and to the thoughtlessness on the other hand of women who did not need to ongngcjn industry mid accepted conditions of labor which made than formidable competitors with those who needed higUor wages more snnitiiry surroundings and shorter hours Many woman among whom the married women are tht mast nnmerous still compete in this way with the trnge earning men Whereror onun in industry have been effectively organized it lies been found by the employers that they sustain no boat becnnso of the in cruflFcd wage the shorter hour and tho moro sanitary conditions whieli orguiiized women workers receive over their unorganized sisters that was the lesson whiclt the employers learned from the remits of organim tioti among men and it is being mpefltwl in the care of women Industrial equality of wonton will bestow upon them economic indp pcndunce This indopendenero will not ns wmo people believe make romon Ies cnjislilo house builders and homo keujjers Oi4 the contrary Uio experience of romen in industry will broaden them in many ways and learning what tho workaday world resully is with nil its trials Arid tasks they will have a far more intelligent sympathy with their hnebanite and a far greater rapacity to njakc the home a happier anti more helpful environment for them In this way men and women kill know andrepwt and care for oath other more intelligently than ever before and this knowledge illre move tho prejudices that hare prevented the equality of women in other fields than llwt of iudu try ID11r nurrrigtttJ of gdfffloutrnl By DR JOHN LEE ALLISON Withlnfton Pastor You tinge Jta1 The true life is the Oslo that jigs realised tho sovereignty of trol and the majesty of wlfmnsWry Tennyson says S c 1 f reverence selfknowledge and self control these three lead lifo to sovereign power yelfcontrol then is the very germ of true diameter It is that which makes the difference between the man and the animal The mere possossion of powers is not all Unit is necessary One may have an intense 1uersonnhity abet n wife and proper use cornea In ns a most important consideration Power whether mental or physical unless under wise direction is a menace flue useful life is the controlled life Self eontrol then Is the evidence of a forceful character and becomes an important eleinent in a successful career As in physics ro in ethics efficiency depends upon the measure of control A locomotive stay lx thoroughly equipped fitted with a and capacious boiler plenty of witter and steam upot high pressure But it will bo useless yca dangerous unless through proper wheels rods cylinders pistons and wives steam is admitted in obedience to the intelli gent bidding of tIle engineer Then the power is used to run on errands of humanity and pull burdens of commerce The only useful machinery is the controlled mnchinery Tho energy powor and zeal of mind and heart must be intelligently guided and controlled The times in which We live demand tho courage of selfcontrol for flue interests of society and kingdom of Hod plead for melt and women of true horasntn Christum heroism inspired by a devotion to Christ Manic la t and greatest victory via self conquest The only way to gain EelfiiiarUory is by making Christ masfor of self There should bo such a blast of the gospel trumpet that the world might hear the splendid words of the great apostle Paul Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us frcce and bo not entangled again in the yoke of bondage And again If the Son made you free ye shall be tree indeed Do wo want coifcontrol We must strive for it asking God to aid ns by tho Holy Spirit May we learn the grandeur of alf control and the majesty of selfmastery I tit By SIGNOR LINO FERRIAN Italian Sociologist selfcon strong Why does the signo rina marry In seeking the answer to this qnef tion I chose very young women for my experi ments directing m y Questions to 95 between the ages of J and 17 years scattered allover Italy with the following results Five answered that they married in order to go out walking atone ten in order to have a good time in contrast with the austerity of Ihcirlifo up to that time live in order to travel seven in order to have homes of their own and GJ for no reasons at all in particular Threa really didnt want to marry anyhow while only four dwelt upon the joys of homo and housekeeping Only four hud been educated properly in the school of the household To the majority marriage seems to moan only freedom tram the conventlike seclusion of the young girl the golfing out Into the great world and seLingKiiiiething life Our young women are nicely praiHirod for junrriagol N OUR FOREIGN TRADE I WORLD MARKETS COMPARED WITH THE DOMESTIC MARKET Before We Can Greatly Increase Our Nearly 2000000000 of Export We Shall Be Obliged to Reduce Wages fn Order to Lower the Cost of Production Auprorlngly the Washington Post quotas the Omaha lice as wnrnlngth interests that are clamorous for shlp subsidy that big foreign trade lUll highly protected domestic trade nr Inconsistent and ouunot long exist to K thor Tho Post mile Foreign trade exchange or meantlrodncts and It nothing else Before It can proapor tho duties on Btioh products In the tariff schedules must be enormously decreased I So it is reduced to this Wo met lot tho foreign trade elide or abandon tariff for protection only with I not dental revenue Neither tho lion nor the Pot seems to have kept In mind tho fact that a rather big foreign Undo find a vorj big protected domestic Undo aro go lag so well together that in a litho loss than ton years of unbroken pro tection our foreign trade lies tically doubled Under a proteotfrle- tariff we buy of foreign countries goods of the value qf 1300000000 a year and of those imports moro than 700000000 worth are competitive Under n protective tariff we soil to tho outside world of our products more than 1800000000 worth a your This oaks our total ittahango ol products amount to considerably more than 8000000000 If we should enormously decrease our duties on com petitive products and abandon our tar- Iff for protection with incidental rev untie for n tariff for revenue with practically no protection we should be playing a heavy prlcw for such In affordIi our present purchasing power altko for foreign and domestic products after wo had reduced the American standard of wngo earning through tho necetwlty of competing with the prod ueta of foreign payrolls averaging ono half the American payroll Most cw tautly not In such a condition Wfl reIneoeMltlos of the cheaper grndoa but our purchases of foreign InxurlM I would fall off enormously as a cease queare of a diminished volume of wage payments- Wo are Inclined to agree with tho Omaha lice that aMlIlgM foreign trutla a trade swelled to twice or thrice the I current 8500000000 dimensions by moans of hoary Increases In our we ports of manufactures will never come while protection remains to i guard a domestic market worth 32g waylournopolize the manufacturing of the world while our wage rata ta kept at a figure more than double the wage thislforeign trade we are same opinionIn to quickly or greatly increase our exports of manufaotur wo nhojild be compelled to lower our production cost that In our labor rOllllltIStAles would Inevitably bo followed by a corresponding reduction of labor cost in every competing country In conseqttcnco wo should have n uni versa reduction of wages anti stand ards of living a universal decreaso of purchasing and consuming power while the fight for both domestic and foreign markets would continue tm abated The only difference would be that the contest would be conducted on a lower basis of labor cost liy so much the wholo world would be the poorer Nothing gained much lost Wo do not think the American pen plo will soon decldo to purchase a big foreign trade at such a frightful cost It Is far more likely that we shall with occasional lapses Into tariff reform folly such as the lapso of 1S92 and the threatened lapse of 1908 continue to keep our wage buyingI t love white at the samo time steadily Increasing tho bulk of our dealings with other nations because of a greater ability to gratify our tastes and desires for articles of foreign produc lion Is not that a more desirable re stilt than to struggle for a big for eign trado that we cannot and ought not to gutfor foreign labor as well as our own labor has a right to bo employeda trado that would cost tar more than It was worth There is aot much doubt as to tho reply of tho rotcrs to such a question Never Knew the Difference If tho tariff is reduced and foreign competition allowed to enter It means that the foreign product will to some extent at least replace the home product and to just that extent the American laborer will bo Injured since the foreign workingman would get thud labor whereas the American bad the job before The man who I wants to reduce the tariff for the pur pose of busting the trusts Is about as foolish as the Irishman on theI street car who srfJd Faith and 1 played a good joke oil the condoocthor I gave hlma nickel and kept me transfer and he never knew the dif foresee1 TopekalHeralcf THE FARMERS LARGE SHARE Remarkable Rise In Value of Agricultural Products In Ten Years proteettorharobut obstinate assumption that tht farmers of tho country are bonefltui In a purely Inconsequential way bj mho Imposition of tariffs on foreign manufactures and produce It Is sin Bular that oven to this day In tit taco of suoh conclusive proof to tbt contrary there should bo found those ready to take tho afllrniatlvo attic ol this free trade proposition made ridtc titans aa It has boon by the history of our own Chutes Tnt lets Is hear of ft than In former years but se lung as projudlcc and Ignorance on alma Its abandonment may not b looked for Tho department of agriculture lint rcldntly thrown aomo light on tin level of prlcoa obtaining under a tariff designed MrOt revenue only and s genuinely protective tariff For the purpose of making n comnari o which will bo valuable for Illustrative purposes Tho Capital takes tho fig urea lust Issued by tho department and puts thorn sldo by side with the Orange Judd Farmer live stark eon BUS of a decode ago The results an startling For Instance January 1 1807 undbr the Wlltww Gorman Democratic tariff the average value of horses in the United Sluts was 3365 rr head Today If the department of agriculture IB rightlj Informed that altio hi S3A1 Under the Dlngley tariff the American horse hus more than doubled In value Isnt this worth something to the farmer especially whoa It IB cooBhl ored that there pro nearly 10000004 horses In tho country worth almost two billions of dollars Secretary Wilsons boys say that the value of the American iiitlclt cow has Inoreascd during mho past ten or 12 years 50 per cont Tho average heifer soW for 21 and 21 a head un dor our last tariff tinkering export mcnL Now the average price IB 11 per head and the mltoh cows of the country are worth a hundred mlllloni of dollars snore than those we had during low tariff times Mat this In amuse mean anything to the fanner or Is It a barely betievolecit snppotl lion Again In January 1SOC In the very heyday of WllsonGormanmbe wore going bogging at 100 a head Now under a proloatlvo tariff which does not Uvnollt tile furmer tile avenge pries of sheep Is 884 At least that IB what tho agricultural dstMurtniwi pa7L If anybody wants to quam I with the figures as Indicative at too front prosperity for the fanner vh are being unmercifully robbed bf the tariff let him go to headqttarttm The contrast In time price of hogs for 11107 and 1907 mats ailshUC Istor outing rwdlux for tho tNt fcjwlunt too January 1 1897 lye avenge porker sold for 412 Secretary Wll son says that the average prke OR the first of last January was 701 and Itjs higher today titan It was a moriJhand a half ago In the past ten 7l 11J tho American bog has al most doubled In value The teereasi has como under protection sad as a direct result of protection It meani millions to the farmer It menus rol logo educations pianos sad funmctx and twoseated surreys and gasoline engines and electric lights and hot and cold water and bath rooms every convenience and comfort and luxury for tho tanner and his family All this under the Dlngloy law which operates to enrich tho few and makes the fanner pay tribute to the monopolist Hah The farmer who keeps his milk and butter checks and his box and steer receipts Is not fooled A ten year memory IS3 good thing to have about the place tooDos Moines Capital WOULD BE A HEAVY HANDICAP sUncle SamAnd you propose to handicap me with that millstone In the struggle for commercial supreme acy I guess youll have to have an other think Our Purchases from Germany In large measure the Germans buy from un substantial arfd necessities and sell us gauds and toys This con OJtlon of trading makes It exceedIngly desirable on tho part of German merchants and manufacturers to secure an amicable arrangement of tariffs Wo can get along better without their commodities than they can get aloni without ours None tho lefts a tariff war between the two countries woult be disastrous to both and a proof o governmental blundering and Inca paeSty Philadelphia Record I Straws Show Speaker Cannon lion his way t Panama That appears to make the talk Of an extra session of congress t make a free trade bill for the benefit of Boston look like a vanished dream There Is no prospect of u session late In the spring and tho speaker doe not waste his money for tickets tha- will expire If not used In titan I JaIJ could kill him saW thl Man Had I tin moans tho nerve the mmlhlio steadiness of band audIbrain hi should nut live 1 have wish I Im here in l the BoUto last fur him sho should have been o mine said the lan Ahl I wn winning hoe when ho cnmo botweetl us HO miMwtli so Insinuating Ill OII temptimiiH 6f mo with tits wealth and good looks I hate him heave another said lh rllpUle- MI can imagine hat this niotaost leer eyes her lair her lips her rhooks her lordly form and due tUrBO him bonding abnvu hor per gape caressing all that should have forIbeen r rUM tfttte 1 more paid tho Ilottto will not submit so easily t8 tile of a cltanKeabl heart nut Mi A tM scorn of any man Never lIt l- Ana I a weakling Am I not select boW rmraltitv ready to do to dart to hue lay way Does not tho UrOMl leap thrown rat VOIDS hot with the ImpellliiK cry of an outraged ouU lYi slay tho creature aa ono might kilt a dog would be butt right Thatll the talk aalit the IJflltta Ill mi VoHgtr biwHntO stab UK Msa Bob I tlmn attlka My RKW- ehw are like steel my thought akMr sad regulate Not brig ago I UMt i bled In my thinking ending thots itMmew Pooh Who ooroj what may cotes I can easily No cape Peer =due Is imps K W the Mottle My revolvertoothe report will be hoard Ak Wt fm MHUpuf aid euNRlat ThIs knife Ywlt bAa Ute point of a MHNll the eQe of n saver sad UM blade to baslesg It will please deep i Joar UM tying alt the Bo tta- If I Awl tn m toffsOw 11A1 MM illMstrdtd me My lore hat Umw4 tq taaihlng To atakelt somplete w wild be firanil grawl Kliy natraptoiMlM MM the nettle An other little wallow M111 do it isM Ae Man TVjr will be together It la Ma nlnW tor calllMK Always the wreUb ta thereI on n Sunday evening In the arbor J enjoying the jaooaUnht lhen shall t steal upon them sttaHlf Hfly rebuts towly It la well away trout the bawe No eit will pee till ser hear t ma I am retMJM I Uo Jut a drop MOre said the lots MOh to think of It I am laudi lag as never before Ha ha hat Tlie lsetITo arraBKo my window noisily to shuffle about to stake uiy v uiual sounds of retiring yawning and iKet tag tho furniture then to creep out to creep in who would not swear to my being In bed during time bburr Clever said the llottln Drink to yourself Very clever MI dltllt said the Man I did It I Uoth Ood help mot I can hardstand II run so My nerves are llkb water Qulokl a drink Tin empty said tho Itottlc- X e nothing leftM said tho Man I I didnt I couldnt have taken all You did said tho Ilottlc What shall I dor salt tho Man Oh what what I am trembling sick helpless to think or act I wok seena man shouted from the barn PO I fled I cannot run any farthor I 4 J iforo not stay hnro I am a murderer I must have beat Insane Only drunk said time Bottle I hear atups Stopal saW the Man Heavy steps outsldu Thoy have stopped Some ono la ringing It le my death knollvQuito likely said the Bottle omingupUlostabs said betMan AlonKtltoball ltIloortCertainly said the bottle t My knlfo my bloody luilfo I ant lost choking dizzy It la of no me + One is an officer Gentlemen I know I give myself up Take mot 1 cum j mitted tho murder ul helped you commit it said tho BottleEillot Walker In llalUollornii Drink and Hard Times John Burns the Idol of British la t bar speaking In tho British parlia ment recently declared Wo have bafmen Tliero are lots of man who cannot IW make both ends moot because they are always trying to make ono end e Brink It does scent to mo tint when this nation spends 100000000 on oneoform or 50000 000 on the direct or Indirect conse ablef y torient wages to men to enable them over bad limes 1- q Tfla1JmR n n nnu t HeATING MILK AND CREAM Two Methods Which Will Prove Easy and Safe I badJOmsUmetpm to turn qulokty atilt cannot ho COliholUdhlgstnr dairy thurinometor that hot tad self wntur will not brouk rind In tu attained It It Is iiOMlbln to hold UK tai nt ISO doxreivs for half an faou i IlUlo of tho bud germ Is oon rr innj lx pot sot jHins on Ibo stove i tilt the crtMtn will burn on the at1 I1 r It lie ovorhwitc- d1M n quart or two of enter In a o tr MlB tail eat the pun In this as 1 ti rOYElarZATR CANS EAN HEATER Method of Heating Cream shown In tho first aktrtck Milk drawn teA Uitt cow is alMHU 100 dsaree- wed tW UMUMR tnkra little wurX a1N vM tho milk In a IDOl ptae If I water tR oho kettle twit the milk ii iit sw stlrrMl cunittantljr la iroveal i ten oho butter fat MMH u Jarxo quanlltj of milk lat i heated a nliHt ki way ta to set- a M itfon brinks In the tab and t v eaw down undwr It throuib N Iii aa aJiewn lit the sc nnd sketclt i i ri tatty alas bo wanmtU np In tWs 1n Aw ahnrahiK To preserve tho u + ad cn1t1 It lhetdd hi kept at- a w temperature aa possible with u I ling ot coursa PECOINQ FOR MILK rtt One Man Went Into the Dairy Dullness vi tint prineltd that oaw t nw r i age IH dnlrrltiK wet do feet L uii MUM Mope that CHUM a cow i w a large flow t milk ewpplttM il wtUt Uw tenet oxp nfvu itr r ittiB Ju x tertllller write a oar r rd isi et Partners OwMe The rtt td beat In rar dairy k ints w as il utttia rnlnlHK a Je RWHM crop we oi0 by Muling It te dairy cattle rv ort all tbo milk and batter and y nlurn 90 per Coat of lu fertHU I1 iiitfriHlliintB to 1M OIL and that i a tr inos available term a tea of l i rr mrrylDR nwnj only abojtt JO n fl woith of plant foodK Thb third re 3 an for turning In flalrytiiK mm Mint whom Ilml Hirly iwod wlih other Putt ulilinuuil milk would produce MR dairy utock at the blRhoet pal 5ibk dairy vuluo ctin leitur than wholo milk I The throe prime Tartora on the dairymans Mil of tare are alfalfa taHi aJInjjo and Wtto uraws and you iiotwl little nflior teed It you have iSSUly of beat If I had any other ad vtc I would say have plenty of at 11011 np U la dime best ooJllne crop gvtw yrowa- Cow Talk The ljo t tow Is tho one that will tJ tY0 Hiw lToatcllt returns ta profit taiffl ountlnoo 1ior ucefulnoss for many yam Outer cLiseos of Oomcstlc tmlmals bare droll and fatten In public popu larity for varying periods of time tiii not iw tltu cow TTio cuw stands out to all other nnlmal In her rotations to nun Him came across the ocean with our fntlicn when they cotiglit rofutx In Iito American wlldornesa Uy kneading and mlibliiR the nd ilers of young helfora and drawing tho tflfttn a rood form may bo given to thin orsan and thu future mill were tlon tx con ldecably Incroased Horns una bull cacao trouble never any good Now the most sen jrftiln thing any and every cattle breed ers unsodntlon can do Is to put a jirviriliun tm a bull with horns oil Let Bach revision bo made to every ocalOof polnla1 Good Cows and Good Care You may have tho best cows In the world but If you do not teed and man age them properly they can never bo nrnito to pay Ono advantage of hay Ing purobred cows Is that It leads ono to practice purebred feeding There to such a thing OH scrub feeding as well aa scrub stock When a per Ions gets a good cow ho Is much moro likely to take good care of It than be is of a scrub Cruel and Senseless What a ffrucl and senseless thing It Is to watt until tho horns grow tho full Blze and then cut or saw them off A touch of caustic on tho points when lhqcolt U a week old perhaps repeat ed R week later will prevent tho bores from growing and save nil tho trotibW latert to ely nothing of tho skpcflndiPm a to the lullgrowu ani ptpitrm Lam tFEED IMPORTANT A Question Which Must Receive the Thoughtful Care of the Dairyman Now a word about fwd This Is a subjoot to which you will have toga special and oaruful attention You must nut only look to the needs of your outdo but you must endeavor to lot tholr rations as as fltrlnlROOIIOlII will take you several yoars says a writer In MolslnlnFrlo luirlleKlMyr look first to iho needs of your Dews ant Ilea to tho oost of the rued Your heifer calves should be fed sued sklui milk for abfout six nnd you can mix with It a little eo meal and oil meal or thoso can be fed seirarately After six months If on good pasture they will require no feed but as fall cones on they shmild not IK allowed to tint down and booomo poor bolero winter feed lug Is begun Tide ftipJ st nia con slat of bran short oil tth etc with fodder hay and straw for rough ta I would food no ootn A fe w weeks before your holfer Is duo with her drat calf you should begin food hug her a mixture of food rich In pro tein Do not overfeed her but grad ually Incronse tho feed until by the time she drops her calf situ will bo getting about all aim wants to oat You will find that she has made a very largo udder and will start off with a very largo flow of milk Nor a taw days after calving feed MfiMly gradually increasing and you will find hor reanondlng well to your attention Keep her In milk for ton o 12 months There Is no danger from milk fov rwth tho drat calf but from lion on and tpQclaIly with the third and fourth culvos you cannot food so Itgntlly bolero calving neither will aim require It for try this tlmo tile habit ot ndik siring will havo boon well formed A CLEAN MILCH COW Arrangement of Stall Vlll Help to Keep Her Out of Dirt To oonttmet a stall to keep a milch eow pwfcoUy clean lisa a 3x4 for bot tom ot food suck Placo this threo test from floor to stall Uw 1x4 struts pined about six Indies apart forming the rack The strips alioulil steiMt haek about 00 ddgreoi 1laco a Iti on edge truism sovun to eight foot from front of Mail on oho floor do HOndUe en stan of eaw Patten the txl down to flour If set in dirt with One Way ef Budding a Cow Stall a good sized stale If floor Is made ot plunk nail a block to floor thuu the Ixl to blocks The cow when eating will Stan with her hind feet jat behind the 2x4 leaving limo dropplngH behind It When oho lies down she will b compelled to Ho In front of the 2x4 with her head undo the feed rack It Is not necessary to have u gutter In a stall of this kind There should be short partitions however to keep the cows from turning around v Sly stalls writes an Indiana correspondent of Prairie Fanner are fou feet over an but they can be less This way or stalling Is better than stnuchei glroa the animal more 11W nrty and keeps Thom cleaner 1 THE AGE OF LIMIT Good Dairy Cow Brings a Profit Uy te TweJe Years of Age I Lend datrj flows should not be Os lerlr 4 until they are at least 12 years old and even aftor they have reached that age eotno continue to prodoce a largo quantity of milk The production of milk depends largely on the cue that Is take Uj animal und her natural Jngt Expcrl menu have proveu that the production of milk and butter fat constantly Increases until u cow U six years of age when she should bo at her primp UR n milker Heifers produco a some what better quality of milk than older rows for tho reason that as a cow be conies older sho takes on weight am tho amount of fat In the milk la cor respondingly decreased A consider j able portion of food Is used by young animals for the formation of body tissue and heifers therefore require more nutriment for tho production of milk than tho older cows says the cpwalhavothe amount of food required again In creases Unless the animals digestive organs havo become impaired by Im proper feeding who should continue to produce milk until 12 years old although naturally the supply will be considerably less than In her younger dasIseems a fact despite the danger of keeping an unruly bull that the sluggish bull docn not transmit ancestral traits or In not AS prepotent as A feu amla tile one lX6Jt Jrm 1t7i R 1WXJr1 GOD GIVES JACOB H 1 A NEW NAME 0 8 Sioiiy School lures for April 14 1907 at 3 M ff- M Spyprepared tar tMi paper W i1OJlO l01tJlHOXlXUmti1 IJU4floN T1tCTllenr 3ZB12 Z30 mom ory verse bemusetLuke 10x- 0TIAiII45iwent to Jnilannttjm sheet ITS II C when lie was oltout yeara old Perhaps the taut authorities vAMhttr that 1m won In 1jib ns itervlcn for V years but others finding too little alIaee In 19 years fur all the rseenlel underuandlagrtlJltt l to be two erlo 13 of m years each rise Itxcunuftr on time ohrouulngy In HI lloettIhACllTb Jabbok the modern Wady Zorkn In one of the principal rrv ors of rattern IulMtliie It flown Into the Jnnlkii from the asp nearly oppgslta the rlty Samaria Peniel or Ienuel was proAibly a prominent ridge near tilt Jabbokofllrp Adam Sinllli Comment and Suggestive Thought Hints from Haran Jacob was 20 yours or moro In Haran During that time ho had a good opportunity to learn thoroughly a number of Impor lent lessors among thorn theso 1 That tricksters are likely to get tricked In tholr turn 2 That God can and will bring prosj orlty to any child of his without the aid of sharp practice on the part of the man whom God helps 3 That Gods promises are to bo re lied upon Implicitly no matter how cir rum tance may scam to bo opposing tho fulfillment of them 4 That Gods law assigns one wife to one husband and that any Infringe wont of that law brings only unhappl noa Jacobs Troubled Conscience Gen 32124 Jacob had accomplished a- llano part of his journey and was In the northern pert of the land of Gllead when tho angry Laban overtook him From guru he proceeded southward lint soon como to Mahanalm In Gltoad whoro he had his second comforting vision of angels two hosts of thorn as Ms guards on clttibr hand and from tie two hosts he names the place V 22uAnd he rose up that night This praying and tho disposal of tho caravan across the Jabbok must havo carried Jacob well Into tho night And thun In his loneliness In tho darkness tbo uncertainty the great anxiety for lilmJblf his loved ones and the fruits of his long toll Jacobs conscience that had gone to nleop during time two decades In Mesopotamia woke up with a start An Aroused Conscience Some men seek to quiet tholr consciences which is lIke buying an alarm clock and then smothering its sound lu a feather pil lowIt would be as foolish to pull up all the danger signals whoro people are skating on the Ice or smash all the red lights In the semaphores What n strange thing Is an old dead sin laid away In a secret drawer of the soul Must It some time or other be moistened with tears until It cornea to lfo again and begins to stir In our consciousness aa the dry wheat animalcule looking like n grain of dust bnouios alive If It U wet with a drop of watl11Iolm That Is just what happened to Jacob Wrestling In Prayer This strange ourestruggledboldly unto the throne of grace with wanteis the worst mockery of your King you ran Insult him with Ruskin Wd are to pray as Luther prayed In great earnestness by tho bedside of the dying Melancthon for an Lour and returned home when time recover of tho yearsrgave me my brother Melancthon back In answer to prayer Jacobs Reconciliation with eauGenesis 33 Jacob must lube been wonderfully strengthened InspIrIt though worn In body by his midnight struggle and Ids tears must have given jilaco to A great peace Never thclefll be continued his wise prepara thins to meet Ksau He arranged his family putting In the rear as the safest place those whom he most lov d Rachel nnd Joseph Then he manfully wont forward alone tojneet his wronged brother Seven times ho bowed to the ground before Bsau as It acknowledging the superiority which eaqhadseemed to bring back the happier period of their Innocent boyhood Im petuously tile Injured brother ran to ascot him and In an eager embrace as surtd him of forgiveness Ksau even offered generously to return Jacobs present but was prevailed upon to keep It lie urged Jacob to accept an reofUled beIclent protection Jacob speedily found a good place for winter quarters and established himself In peace thatbeplans and labor but never make that Heartslikohave these good things therefore I may take them for myself by unfair means Tho birthright la yours It Is you tho Steady prudent Cod fearing ones who will prosper on tho earth and not poor wild hotheaded Esau 2 GOd sees In every Jacob more llhnselJosephParker only submit to the carpenter lie will brJflg it out itralgJii at last THAWS SANITY TO BE PASSED OH BY COMMISSION APPOINTED BV JUSTICE FITZGERALD Who Will Decide Whether Or Not Trial Shall Proceed Prleoner Not Surprised Now York MnrcU 2iHarry R Thaw nmy never again face the Jury impanrted moro than ulna weeks ago to try him on time Charge ot murder in the first degree Justtco Pltzgorald unexpectedly named a commission In lunacy to In- quIre tnto the present state of wind ot Stanfird Whltoa slayer The decision or time three disinterest odj mm nsinod to conduct tho tuqulry wul guide tho future action of tha court M to ordering Thawed an nay loin for thclnwano or directing that tho trial that has been Interrupted shall proceed Joitlco Fitzgerald announced the appointment of time couinilMlon prim atelr In Ills chambers Kvclyn Xesblt Thaw was therewith the lawyers and It becomo her task to break the news to bar husband In the Tombs Tearful when sho loft tho Judges rooms in the criminal court building tho young woman who has been such a conspicuous figure In tho trial from tint to last was uniting and cheerful when Thaw was brought front his ecU to the hospital ward of tho prison to mcH her- Thaw received the courts decision philosophically and said ho had no doubt the commission would declare hint a sane man The personnel of tho commlsstt named by Justice Fitzgerald lends anew distinction to this already notable case Tho men who will determine Thaws mental capacity ae Morgan J OUrlen a former justice of the appellate division of tho su jiromo court Peter B Olnoy former New York county district attorney and a lawyer of high legal attain meats and Leopold Putael a practlc IiiK physician and authority on mental disorders FOUR THOUSAND PEASANTS Have Joined Forces and Are Now Marching On Bucharest Dnchoret Roumnnla March 27 Pour thousand peasants from the die tricts of Teieormaa and Vlashlca have Joined forces and are now marching on UucharceL A minor state of siege has been pro claimed here tpd the military author ties have taken measures to prevent the revolted iipasnnU from Invading the city Soldiers and largo bodies of police Iiavo been stationed In the Jewish quarters of HUohareftt for the protection ofphe inhabitants Sovwo encounters accompanied by much bloodshed arc reported from va norms place The plundering appears to start at the synagogg winding up with attacks on Christian property Vienna March 7A dispatch to celv d hero from the frontier of lieu mania says tho advance ot the riotous peasants on Bucharest continues Up to the prevent time it has been found impossible to divert thorn Thero s- great alarm In the Iloumanlan capital The garrison In 18 of the forts form lag the defense of tho city have been increased an l Uio royal palaco is strongly protected by soldiers ALMOST INSTANTLY KILLED In a Collision Between Automobile and a Columbus Avenue Car New You March 27 Driving with his wife and a friend to a theater James M Varnum former surrogate of Sew York county and brigadier general in thd national guard ot tho state was almost Instantly killed In a collision between lilt automobile and a southbound Columbus avenue carat Broadway and Fortysixth street Mrs Mary Varnuni his wife was un injured but their companion Mrs Marl Prick was cut about tho head and face by fragments of glass Al trod Quarle chauffeur ot the nutomo lIlc and Michael Cairo motorman of the car were arrested and locked up In the West Fortysovouth Street police station charged with homicide Students Injured Pendleton Mo March 27 Fifteen irtudints at vtho BIcos Military acade my at flacon Mo were slightly In gyred In n wreak of a Wabash passe l er near nero Spreading rails caused the wreck COOO Men May Strike Sun Francisco March 7An the riilon men affiliated willi the Iron Trades council voted to strike May 1 Over COOO men in this city are Involve They demand an elghtnour day Killed By Lightning Bolt Chicago March iDurlng a tu yere electrical and rain storm which passed over this city John Mueller an employe of a lumber concern was struck by lightning and killed Both Are Ded Plflsburg March 27Albert Ulnton aged 20 an inmate of the Insane de partment of the city home at Mar shaUea made a vicious attack on James Jackson another maniac and 00 a result ot their terrible struggle both are dead Found Dead In Burning House nice Lake Wit March 27Shot dead the body of Prokop Plecity town clerk of the down of Haugen eight miles north of this place was found lo his burningofflcw And residence bi llel Qtor it Cla55 Berea College ucu FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUOATION In reach of all- Over SO Instructor 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky HO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for tack swain subject ismany classes that each student can be placed with otktra like buxiaU where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter ecturatibraryDrawucsinginglment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished flfti grade Ira tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Pries ManageffientLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE s years lot those who hari interestlag J Choice of Studios is offered In thia course M that a youuj man may secure a diploma U Agriculture and a young lady m Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit for business Ern I part of this course as fall and winter terms u very profitabl Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three lad four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science te fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meUi ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses It for the profession s4 teaching First year parallel to 8tb grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firat clan certificate Following years winter sad spring terms give the information culture and training necessary fat a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Bandmay be taken u an extra U caaaection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a you more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts o Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and 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 come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and ihopi receiving valuable train ing end getting pay according to the valueof their labor Except in win ter it fa expected that all will hare a chance to earn as much as 35 cents ecretarybcCoroone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books tey climateisweather warm wrups and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary The Store furnishes books toilet articles work unIform umbrellas and otkr accessary articles at cost Living ellles are really below cost The College asks BO rent for the fine buildings in which students live enoughroom rest to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights anawuhing of bedding and towels F r table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 iwinter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding Ocenu a week in fall and spring 60 cents ia winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit u guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and i returned when the student departs lehooJbuilding IncidelltalFee000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiato courses b1thlermFor Winter Term 12 weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 deposit 28th day 000 56th day toOO total 29 If paid all fa advance 28SFor Spring Term 10 weebFirst day 1440 28th day 540 50th day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 3900- He two terma together paid for in advance at a reduction of 1260 making only 4900 Longer Winter Term 16 weeksFirst day 2080 day a600 bath day 600 84th day 540 total 3800 itpaid all inn advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave before sad of terra receive r aUtanceiacharged for leaving the boarding hall ana 9ftr cents for leaving a room Ia term time There is no refunding of incidental fee Pays to Slay Wbealou hays made your journey end are well Istarted in pa ss long as possible The First Dayof winter term Is January 9 1907 For information or friendly advice writs to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I i That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain fknlfoworth more to the mountain pvoplu than amity other dolliirjtmpei In the world Tho Knife and Tha Citizen for One Dollar premiumJift f t 4 rTHEJ HOME I The Girl on the Farm From The American Farmer Tho cry of the girl on the farm is for popularity A popular girl ono who is n general favorite holds n difficult position which requires some effort on her part to keep To bo a general favorite one must rest her claim on a ROlid basis you must be hopeful sincere sympathetic and good tempered Sincerity is first among the necessary virtues It is not right to say all one means or thinks but mean what you say There are many things you might say but say that which is kindest We can speak sin cerely but never unkindly and when once we are known to be sincere we can give our opinions upon matters which may be protested but we will no enemies A sweet disposition is very essential to the girl who wishes to be popular You must bo able to meet a discourtesy in a cheer ful manner without a thought of resenting it Kindness must bo the keynote of such a girls life she must recognize all the graces she finds in other girls and give them a chance in everything she must often efface herself and be quick to see wherin she can help others She must have tact be watchful and thoughtful of all and back of this there must be kindly motives It is not an easy task to be a popular girl You must deservo all the love and praise you get you must be able to interest child ren the grandmother and grandfather to talk politics with the father home matters with the mother baseball with the son and the latest novel with the daughter Bo useful every place and congenial with everybody Somo people are all this by nature others cultivate it but it is not an easy thing to do Let our girls on the farm be good and let those who will be clever Goodness towers above everything else So many of our girls on the farm are becoming faultfinders they fall into this habit before they are aware of it Some of them have inherited a faultfinding disposition and some of them have cultivated it just as they would any other habit We can grow indifferent to petty vexations and successfully refuse to be thrown from our balance by learning to look upon life with a gentle discernment of the best We should make great effort against being disturbed by small annoyances to become an agreeable per son we must keep out of our countenance and our conversation every look and word expressive of a feeling of irritability with existingcircumstances It is a duty we owe ourselves our famity and our friends tb cultivate ami ability Let us look well to this and see how much more life will mean to us all If we can say nothing agreeable let us observe a righteous silence- S there are so many little things qot wise to resent and so many not wise to i see even in ones own family People who see too much are usually in as I t deep a pool of trouble as thoso who talk too much They watch so closely the actions of others and are always receiving slights Such people al ways have their feelings spread out where they are being hurt and in con sequence they are always hurting the feelings of others over some trivial I imaginary wrong Much real happiness is gained by not seeing hearing and talking so much Look out upon the world with a happy wholesome look do not think that every move made is a hit at you Why my dear the world hardly knows that you exist she has trouble work and affairs of her own While there are many little things to be ignored the gro- t ciousness brought about by observing pleasant little things is far more charming to our friends than any beauty of face or form t I 1THE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School liT Prof Dlntmaro Part 2Thlnfs To Be Kept In Mind In xcgard to upholding the teacher there is often misunderstanding Ills plainly the duty of parents to stand by the teacher in everything that is right If in their opinion his rules are wrong they may not come to the school and upbraid him publicly but may speak to him privately giving their view of the case and king for consideration The wise tea cher will be grateful for such a course and will always consider a matter from their point of view and then act according to his best judgment If the adjustment is still unsatisfactory to the parents they may lay the mat- ter before the trustees The teacher is responsible to them and they are responsible to the people Having considered the duties of parents let us now look at their rights 1 First they have the right to have their children provided with comfor table quarters that their health is not endangered by sitting in the coldor f in draughty room or in an unventilated atmosphere that their forms are not distorted by backless benches or by desks that are too high for tho t arms or otherwise unsuitable Second that the children shall bo treated J with consideration that more shall not be required of them than their years andexperience will justify that they be spoken to with kindness and gen I tleness such as a dairyman would require for his cow that they shall not be 5 needlesslyexposed to contaminating influences that they shall be taught to treat others kindly and receive right treatment in return Third that they t shall be well taught in books in morals and in behavior that their instruct tion shall be suited to their understanding and fitted to their usefulness in life that tho example of the teacher shall be worthy for the pupils to follow Fourth they have a right to be informed of tie needs of the cbil i dren in whatsoever pertains to their effective schoolwork if they are fall i ing behind in any of their classes or negligent of their duties if they are i habitually tardy or loitering on the way to or from school Fifth they it have a right to cooperate with the teacher in every way possible aud to be shown how they can this to the best advantage All these rights are inviolable and must be respected Sometime they overstep them but it is usually from lack of knowledge and because of their solicitude for their children They should still be treated consider ately tho the teacher must maintain his own aud not yield weakly to demands It is not wise to inform parents no matter how 1unrel8onable that you are running this school and it is none of how you do it Have your own rights and duties well defined I keep well within their limits and firmly but with courtesy and dignity ti stand your ground i Continued Nest Week ITHE PARS I t Dairy Dots From The American Former To keep up the flow bf milk always milk clean A really good cow will lose flesh rather than gain it when in full flow of milk Stop the churn as noon as the butter granulates if you want to work out all the butter milk a With a thoroughly good cow to manufacture it we can always afford buttert a good dairy cow sbo must be fed as were All cows do not like tho same kind of food neither will they do so well as they would on some other kind Under present conditions the most profitable dairy cow is the ono that J helps you to make the most butter in A Rich food makes rich milk the best cow In the world will not give good milk unless she is gived food from which to make it r Butter will never grain finely in coming if the fat globules have previously been injured by overheating of tho cream or too much violence L in churning All milk vessels should be thoroughly cleaned first being well washed keeplCleanliness and sunshine have the same effect In the stables as in tho human habitation dealing death to disease germs and health and strength to the stockand they are cheaper than medicine Good cows will butter at an cost of about 7 cents a figuringA5 or 18 cents It doesnt pay very well to make store butter that sells from 12 to 15 cents unless you can produce this article at about 7 cents a w 1 oooooocciccaRO OeO- g Eighth Kentucky i- iHistorye 0- i Thrilling Story of the fart thle Onl p O lout Regiment took In the Civil war 0- ooeo oeoeoeooeoeoeooeo CHAPTER XVI Continued Among the many that came to Chat tanooga to try Unclo Sams gtineroslt were roallx many deserving people who were no less needy than their disloyal neighbors that often coma and gave ludicrous reasons for claimIng aid from the government The 7th of June a droll middle aged woman and a stout boy tome up and were requested to take a seat In the shade until our escort guards returned After wiping tho persplm tlon from her tough looking face WWI a largo red bandaner sho addresses me saying Mr Capn can one draw rations In Chatternooga noowT I gave her a short explanation of the order telling her It dfpentxlod al together upon her circumstances Her face underwent what in some count enances would Have been a blush She again brought the mammoth handkerchief into use and demurely asked Well Mr Captain dont you think that when the seceahers that us crit ters back eat up all our last years crop and when yo ens hst tall Just cleaned out the last sweet toter and all this from a lone wilder thats got seven children thats got no daddy Is a ftircumstnnco enough I readily admitted that if that was her marvel ous condition she certainly should be entitled to government rations nrii she returned in the evening highly pleased with all she and one of the utterly fatherless boys could carry Another day own after 1 wus on duty at the suns station as captain of the guard An old lady and a boy drove up In a little rikety vugon drawn by a little black scrub ox very little larger than u Southdown sheep Tho harness was a single yoke into which the shafts were secured by woolen pins and a hemp rope around tho oxs stubby horns As they halt ed one of the guards remarked Well that rig beats anything Ivo seen In Dixie The old lady with considerable spirit replied 0 sir If Itt Duck and the wagon you call a rig- I can tell you Its so much better than lots of our neighbors can Ao I kinder feel proud for Its a sight eoslern walking On the arrival of this primitive convoyaancc at Captain Davis office he politely requested the occupants to remain seated in the wagon a few minutes and that smiting official hurried Into the artists tent near by Very soon the artist was out on the pavement adjusting his camera The old lady discovered lie maneuvers and Instantly began to scream and make frantic efforts to leave the wagon saying 0 for the Lords sake dont kill weuns The captain after assuring her that no harm should be done that they only wished to take her picture and explaining to her the use of the camem she exclaimed Well pon my soul and body and thats what youens makes pictures with I made sure It was some kind of a Yankee gun It did look BO frightful with that thnr man a taken sight at me and Johnny I tell you I thought our time had como sure That evening OB she passed out of the lines the old Idyappetr- adto take great pleasure In showing us her picture saying See theres me a holding the basket of berries and theres Johnny the wogon and old Duck too all Jest looking as natural as life and done most as quick ClIl shootin1 only I didnt hear any thing pop but I tell you Mr Captain I was scart Wo offered five dollars for that picture but It was evidently not for sale The country people generally came with their market ibles to tho city on Saturdays in great numbers which compelled our guards to economize time and travel by escorting citizens to the city in squads- of a dozen or twenty The 14th of June Just after the guard had left with one of these squads them came to the post two delicate fairhaired girls the eldest probably sixteen and the younger about thirteen years of age whoIpeck basket of this early fruit They took seats tin the shade of our tall hedge fence t to await the return of the guards In these young Iidlcs manners and speech I noticed a degree of refinement above the ordinary peo pIe Their dresses thought somewhat worn and faded were neat fitting and crupulously clean I felt interested to know something of their peculiar mis fortune feeling certain they hail seen better and happier days In compliance to my inquiries the oldest girl gave a short atateinent in substance nefollowsAt oommencenuint of the war their father owned one of the best plantations on Chickamauga River and worked about fifty slaves Their two brothers had early Joined tho rebel rants and one ot them fell In battle In 1861 Their father died from disease In 1862 leaving their mother and with a faithful old negro man as boss of tho slaves they got on very 0 well until the great battle of Chick manga On Sunday the contendinG armies drew near In furious oonll1ot The mother two daughters and the old black woman for safety took refuge In tho collar but soon n wicked shell exploded in and sot fire to the house They then fled to the wood in the roar of the rebel line and feint shelter In the cabin of a poor white woman whose husband wwo a rebel soldier The loss of property excitement and over exertion proved too much for tho feeble mother who after a few weeks Illness died The slaves all left the houseless and fenceless plantation and they were still sharing tho humble shelter d caorse smnt taro of the war widow and her children The kindhearted old colored woman yet remained true to them and they had juat learned that their only brother wee a prison In ChAttftnoogd lie had taken the oath of allegiance but would bo sent north of tho Ohio Itlvor and th y desired to tee him before he lift While she related this sad story vainly trying to keep back the unbid den tare our hearts ached In sympathy for these tender girls renrwl Ir a homo of luxurious comfort now homeless and nfiarly frlendlru orphans toiling with tender lands o gather wild berries and Leering theta over ten miles of hot dusty made that they might help buy a Saw nw essarlea of life The old darkey with tears In her eyes paid Dir Aids Lilly dont cry bert do boss fur Ise swine to stick to yo ohllo BO I Is Tho next day after being relieved I stated to Adjutant Gtnorul Mot briefly the moo of the rebel prisouea and brother Before night he wru employed by the chief ot traneiratfr lion at Chattanocw to work in the depot rubbing up Ioooma4lvteand kh two sisters found friends In UM etty with whom they bJirded at UM expense of the exrebel- t j TO BE CORINDE- D1NEWS OF KENTUCKY Terttey Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest S to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL acre Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Lat Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky hasbeentier of on outrage of tho night riders as the result of which tobacco awl other property valued nt several thou sand dollars was destroyed near La masco on the Lyon county line About Iwcntyflr or thirty masked man went to tho homo of Tom Reddlok near here and forced him to go to his bam and point out tobacco belonging to Mr Wallace ono of tho most prominent Independent tobacco moo In that district The raiders then put oil on the tobacco and burned It From lied dlcks place thoy went to Wallacoa farm wh ro they destroyed his horn tiled with tobacco Wallace had ro used to join tho Tobacco Growers as lactation The people are greatly l wrought up over the news of the lot est outrage and a vigilance committee- Is being talked of dutyIPrinceton Ky March Z1The tobacco beds ot a number of Independent planters In the county sputh of Princeton have been practically ruined The canvas was tort from the beds and grass and clover seed and silt sprin kled on the beds These planters had been frequently warned that unless they joined tho association of tobacco growers they would bo visited by night riders who It Is thought did the damage LOCAL OPTION PARADE Election at Lebanon Ky the Cause of Great Excitement Lebanon Ky March 28A local option election was held hero Tues day amid scenes of great excitement In tho morning a procession made up of 2000 women and children paraded tho priclpal streets shouting lad cheering for the abolishment ot the saloons The election resulted In a VIctory for the Drys by sixty three majority Warrants wero sworn out for R N Wathen president of the Kentucky Distillers association and Colonel Wallace Cardwell of the governors staff and about twelve other citizens charging them with bribery All the parties gave bond except Wathen and Cardwell who Insisted on going to Jail but were allowed to go freo Former Chief of Police Yowell was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon Lebanon Is In Marlon county ono of tho largest distilling coun tics in the state Wanted In Texas Parkersburg W Va March 27- Two patrolmen last evening arrested Ed Shingleton who is wanted on tho charge of committing a murder In lardln county Texas In August 906 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with children PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICANS SOLD BY DRUGGISTS THEY CURE4j Dr Northcutts Elixirs aro propnrod by the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Co of Richmond Ky only tho active principal and the Alkaloid of the plant or herb being used Tho Plmrtimcoutiiil work in absolutely pllr feet guaranteeing a perfect nnd uniform action of each doso taken Formula and dose on each bolllo Kentucky Pharmaceutical Co Inc RICHMOND KENTUCKY For Sale by all Druggists ou Krs rrrstyralst oyrKnr KpKe4KstatptMMete tsPstkK- x trrrrrtrrrrprrra WHO SAID GROCERIES I iShe ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 or have called in person and talked on the subject to i W D LOGSDON i When you want good things at low prices hes the man = to talk with Ii 20 pounds Granulated Sugar Eroo = Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 50iAll orders taken 10 re noon rorders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon t iAll Logsdons UptoDate l7g1t51A IA313tS111AA731AA 71i t i V 4 ted ii OORISHQUESTION 1 18 SERIOUS BUT SOLUTION RC CARDED AS SIMPLE SULTAN IS EXPECTED TO YIELD All Claims Formulated By the Com J mander of the French Armored Cruiser Jeanne dArc Purl March tIn official quarter ben Il la rwagnbuHl that the Moroc can situation la terlons hilt tho con nnsns or Buropotm tJplnltm being fit t voraM to Pntudta Mien n urtutlm ih riiMcalUoa Is repirdod as beliij t i lnpj and not llkoly to product mpiltntlona The sultan of Morocco hi expected i Id proudly all the claims form 1111 hy Use commander of this i Jnt arnorcd mitaer Jeanne dAre armIanco nan unan nt tIJt1I or the powwrs V ncvn lu+ ranched the forolati Tin nt ti the oodipaUon of I lint by fie I iirh ttalla- t fiinpairV IIVPI from Gen LlauI ininvin1T l the column of cI- If1t1IToJIId that a swmdroit iiil lud iiin nrderoil to make fincd mirli front Hldll lAlbe ii to I ulja Tlie Siuhla can r IttOth ciuiiji iH fore Max n 10 t iMitir urillUry sad a battalion f oinvcs tiu left Tlcmatn Algeria ry Latta Mm nla on the Morvoco I Mtl- riii Uiaiv hlll arrived at Siaib l tt i 0 amt hA tak n chamr of the Iy OjIl1IIon v news agency announcer that tile Ilijiiurti s of the Ktenrli military r iiin at rr had been pillaged vii rtipiiiiiiation of the states ent 11 Utn 4 ivcil in otllolal circle h hung i men of the glut forMR- nrn and a quantity of store will t Skit 1r 11 bra for Tletfloan aol iitnr bi ni anillery ttnm Oraa be a tl t i join the odamn vl r patlaa- FItI WORKS SET OFF BY SPARK V e Man Torn To Pleses and Many Seriously Injured Y H Mtch IA spark of a by t rrnm n haalase Iq i 4 qtuMiit MI set piece IH the i tiiis rii f the CoitaoUdaUJ WirU to al UniftltOVllle 8 I i 111 the IroMII that followed toe in vdi tin Ii in places a boy anti two ri wKe i utMitly fatally Injured i MVMI olii tie were burneJ iinr PajMi a ijay want nailing the wjiMiin bftitnni on a geyiser ptece le t a spa u Lain hie hammer started era aA41II exHoskm followed that MI the buil4lag sad envekHKMl It In f mm Arnold Huff aged 90 your war Lllled btstauUy Ills heed was f n from the body Paul was burned V dn head to footaa wero Helm Iifcpr aged IT yojra and Margaret JOII 19 years old Theao three It I iiuxifhL can not vveovor The i u MTV loss was amalt Explosions Was the Boys MaVa- i riiipie Creek Cola March 3S 1 luwrqulM aped 17 year WI ate- wI here charged with atteniptlnx ninw III the county hospital with i n unite He ptaoMl several atlcas ivnumKp ott the boerdtal furnaoo it luckily It was discovered In Ulne is l It xpk dwi heavy lees of llfo would doubtless Have resulted Hour inn has a maRin tar oxplniMona A ar apq ho lost an eye nail his right vunl MB the rotult ot olUng oft dy tmrta Thirty Sacks of Gold Seized r Pu ibto CoU March IS Thirty sacks f gold valued nt 10000 aald to hnvo in stolen from tho mines at llhyo Ito Nerranti shlppeil Into 1uoblo y high gradem wore seized at tho local oflloo of tho WoJlsFnrgo Rvprc a Co by Deputy United Statue Marshal prank of Denver Tho oro which was weal Into Pueblo a sack At a time was- eleilvered to Goorgo Richardson Tragedy In a Cemetery Bristol Tenn March 28Lllllo ItaVlft nged 20 following a quarrel lib her swmthetrt slot horsolf I- ntll loft breast In tho private squarer the city cemutory and is dying the young roan was nrroaled Piano Factory Destroyed rhjono March 8ho faotory ot the M Schultz Co maniifactiiror of uuno located at Brio and Carpenter trt eta was almost totally destroyed lira LoU 1100000 Dig Drop In Temperature Norfolk Nob Mnrch 2SA cold wave causing a drop of 23 doprow truck Norfolk and the North wont Hio tango for the day was 55 degrees a nd tho range for tho week 05 dogrcos at Paul Mimi March 2SA eovoro eleol storm has swerod all telegraph communication with Duluth Engineer and Fireman Killed ftL Paul Minn March 8ThaNorthern Pacific pasgongof train for SI Paul which loft Duluth at 1110 qugwrccked nt Carlton Minn Thu yjiglno and mall combination care wore ilornllod and tho engineer and Aieraan both of St Paul wero killedd Assassinatedi Dr Jol i was assasBlnatcd1 Nora by an unknown iioul1 who shot him with a revolver A oJIlLho was leaving his residence Tht murderer escaped 4 i 26 ARE KILLED AND 100 INJURED IN TRAIN WRECK TEN COACHES DASH SWITCH THROfIN COIlS Were Hurled In Every Direction Four of Them Doing Smashed Into Splinters Colton Cal March 2DA disastrous wreck on the Southern Pacific MO curved lit inUoH east of UilH town wlien westbound train No 9 frqm New Orleans for San Francisco ran Into an upon switch while going at the raw of 40 miles an hour and 10 ot the 14 cuachM were derailed TwwitfHlx iiooplo BrO known to havo boon killed and the list will teal much hlghur fTho Jnjurod number about 100 ninny of whom will die Tho wrocktd ooaohea ware hurled in every direction Four of thorn wore smashed Into Delator Most of the dead were Italians from Now York and New Orleans They occupied the smoker and day coach Thu dend were terribly mangled RlRlilo n were taken to Colton and eight additional bodies oould be soars underneath one of tbo overturned and demolkihwl cure This cur omild not bo raised until n derrick was brought from Ixw Angeles CO miles away The Injured were carried to this city in vehicles ot nil saris and the Col ton hospital won qtilekly filler to Us capacity Many were thou taken to the Presbyterian church and to private resltietiess Hut two Amwlcsns are known to hava lean killed although sevwrnl of those among the Injured will nndoubt edly die The bAMflgemjui of the train whoe namo had wtt been ascertained was also killed Knglmw Clares Wormlnglan and Fireman Victor Crebb both Jumped awl wore caught In the wreckage They were bout tnrrlbly burned and scolded John Ooklon train oontltie tor was In tho Pullman section of the train and oeooped injury Out of about M Pullman paadongers hero wore but two who sustained serious Injury The three Pullman eoaehua and the diner which woro In the rear of tho train dkl not leave the track The necusMsjte of these oar were nnc trAIl unharmed MILLION DOLLAR FIRE Many Factories Telephone Exchange and Business Houses Destroyed DaNTllI Va Mareh 20A dlias tram fjre broke wit In South Boston 33 miles northeast of hore and spreading rnpWly destroyed tobaceo factories and Other buildings threaten ed the destruction of the entire town and entailed a loss estimated variously up to 11000000 The flames spread to other tobaooo faetorlw and othor buildings Includ lag the telephone exchange which was located nt quite a distance from tho tobacco section and they were destroyedAppeals for assistance wero tele graphed lo this oily and to Durham N C Moanllme the oonnagrallon was spreading nnd a message recelvo1 here stated that all ot the tobacco dhUrlot and n large section of the bunlnes district had been destroyed and that the Ore was still burning but undo eontrol South Boston Is the Junction of the Southern and the Norfolk Western railroads and its population at the lost census was 1876 Dog Ate Dynamite Mammoth Ark 1larch9Wllllam Calhoun Horace Gordon and Juntea Grliliu lUll painfully wounded tblle othora had narrow escapes from In slant death when Juno a faithful Watch dog who was following thorn stumbled and fell front a cliff above nlmwt at their feet Tho dog was blown to pieces and the men wore stunned It Is believed tho animal had swallowed several pounds of dynamite just before leaving a blasting camp Forest Fires Raging Montgomery Ala March 2JFor- est tires are raging In South Alabama near the Florida line and millions of dollars worth of pine timber Is In peril Every effort la being made to stop CIO llamas but Uio dry weather makes tho work difficult No More Pauses Lincoln Neb March 9Doth housos of the legislature took final action on the railroad anllpass bit adopting It by a practically unanimous vote and Bonding It to tho governor Eight Buildings Burned Ogdonshurg N Y March 20Plro destroyed tho Commorclal and McCaw leys hotels four storca and two real dunces In Iroquois Ont The loss U 100000 Negro Murderer Hanged Jackson Ml 9 March 29 Charles Coleman n negro was hanged at Ma nolia for the murder of Iddo Dillon another IOgro The hanging was jmbllc Deposits a 1000 Ransom Dover Del March 9Dr ManIn father of Horace Marvin aged 4 years who has been missing from his home neat hero for more than two week deposited 1000 in gold with the cash ier of a local bank which will be paid for the return of tho boy A 50000 Blaze Now York March 20A cable dis patch received hero from Manila rs ports that Stevenson Coos warehouse there containing 10000 bales of Manila hemp vwU burned The lost Is estimated at 50000 RUDOLPH SPREGKELS IS BACKING THE tQUISITOPC 1 READY TO SPEND- SIOOI000TOGETMENHIOHERUP Every Department of the City and County Government Will Ce Thor oughly Examined I 30ItudolplcSpreekela motion In the graft Investigation with Jill fortune made the present Invest nation osslble made a staleniettt lu which he Mid- Contrlbtitlous from citizens to the fund of f100000 guaranteed by me be foro the commencement of the bribery graft Investlfntion are aouilng In steadily though slowly They are in OBMmiits ranging IDOL SO to 1000 anti more If It costs me more than 100009 to complete this prosecution that will make no dlffL rence Those engage In It wll never be hampered by lack of funds no matter what the bill may be- Th work of Investigating will not be suspended until every bit of rotten ness has been fully exposed We fully expect to land In the penitentiary every gIver of bribes and the higher up the offender the more vigorous will be hla Htrsuu We do not how ever expect to send ovry bribe taker to prison Some of the miserable men whq sold themselves to the corporations must be granted Immunity In ex change for their testimony which U worth a great deal moro to tin ne evi deuce of the guilt of high corporation officials than tiled own Incarceration would ba- livery department of tho city and county government will bo thoroughly examined the police department along with the others No set of otllclaU will be overlooked Since tho nnwt of Abraham Huet at the Trocadero R month ago tumor have been rife that an attempt would be mode to rescue him by force from HltMH Hlpgy and his guards sillier during A session of court or while bet was being taken to or from courtAn officer prominent In the bribery graft Investigation was naked if U b not true that ovary person Identified with the prosecution Is going armed and was questioned about the slgntil canoe He said T1iou8h I think themat ter should not bo exploited It Is a fact that every man openly Identified with the prosecution of the bribery charges and grafters In heeled and that scam of the more prominent of them are em ptoylnij bodyguards BABY CAST INTO THE SEA By Its Crazy Mother Who Attempted to Follow It New York March 30 Crazed by III nN8 Mrs Pllomona Aqulla a pasaen ger on the German steamer Koonls Albert which arrived from Naples hnrlod Ijer yoarold baby into the eta while the ship was in midocean She tried to leap over herself but was telltnllnedThe stopped anti put bAck and although she cruised around for an hour the body of the Infant could not be found so the voyage was ccn Untied A seaman saw tho child fall and while tho whip waa being brought to a stop hospital attendants found Mrs Aqulla trying to force her body through tho porthole Sho was over powered and placed under restraint until tho shut mado port Dynamite Kills 54 Men Johannesburg Transvaal March 30 Four white mun and 50 natives were killed and three whites and 16 natives Injured by an explosion of two oases of dynamite at the Drolfontoln mine One of killed was William Har vey an American The oxploafou oc currod lit a limo when tho mine work ers wore mustered preparatory to go lug to work A native tampered with the dynamite Water Supply Gave Out Lotirens S C March OFlro at Nowberry S C a thriving little city of 0000 population destroyed 22 reel dence 10 stores and two churches entailing n loss estimated at betwucn 11COOOO and 200000 with Insurance litabout tSfiOOO Two hours after the flro broke out the city water supply was oxhnustcd and the town Was len lirnctlcaMy nt tho mercy of tho Values Yegamens Big Haul Jackson Mich March 30Safe blowers robbed tho Farmers and Mor chants Natlonhl bank ot Hanover so curing 8000 Two women heard Uio explosion anti gave tho alarpi but bo foro the citizens could ciganlzo u IIQSSO tbo robbers had mndo rood their escape Big Flow of Gas HuntBvllle Ala March 30nenormous flow of natural gas watt struck near Hnntsvlllo Ono hundred and seventy feet of casing wclRhlnp 7000 pounds was blown out by tho pressure and the How has not been controlled so far- Hotel Destroyed RIchmond 1a March JOtrc in tho business section of Buena Vista Itockbrldgo county destroyed tho Co ionic hotel rnd several stores The estimated loss Is JS5000 Inaurauco- csrooo J A TOIO OF WEALTHY PLUNGERS REPORTED HEAVY LOSERS IN I UNION PACIFIC POOL Which Was Formed On Adlvlce of Harriman After Helping Him In Fight Against Fish Niy York April 111 was lonrnod that three of the heaviest losers in the rich mats panic In Wall street lire John Jacob Astor Robert W Goe Ut anti Cornelius Vandorbllt Tholr aggregate louses aro said to be bc twoon 8000000 and JOJJOOOOO All of the money was lout In tho Union LyLColonel Astor and Mr Goolot are broth very rich and notwithstanding the immensity of their losses tholr in comes are not materially affected Itoth however are regarded as close in Uio financial district and are sold to view tho consequences of tholr Btock market plunge with sorrow and chagrinCornelius Vandrbtlt Is not nearly so rich as the other two Ho was prac tically disinherited because of his mar rialto to ales Greco Wilson A sot I tlament cffoctod by which Cornelius got about 0000000 Ho hail It Is said about 8000000 when he Joined the oUicr two In tho Union Pacific BpcculaUon Mr Vanderbllts sharo In tho pool It is said was not quite as hOllY us Col Astors and Mr Ocelots His loss b stated to bo about 2000000 anti the losses ot tho other two to bo in excess of 3000000 each Tho three society men arc directors of tho Illinois Central railroad having neon put Into tho board by Stuyveiwmt Fish when he was president ot that road They wore all personal friends of Mr Fish and be counted on their support when R II Harrlman started the campaign to drive him out of the presidency of tho railroad Tho three lind always voted with Mr Fish up to June 1905 Then they suddenly swung over to Mr Harriman and voted with hIm In nil matters which that nstitto financier brought up In tho board mooting and which culminated In the deposition of Mr Fish In Octobor last FOUR KILLED AT CROSSING Buggy Struck By Train Causing the Death of Occupants Kansas City Mo April IFour Persona In a buggy two men and two women wore Instantly kilted at the Fifteenth street crossing of tho Chi cage Alton railroad two miles out of this city by the Altons Hod Flyer westbound from St Louis The bodies woro horribly mutilated and It has not been possible to Iden tify thorn but the njen are believed from papers found In tholr pockets to have been George Henry and H Mon Her salesmen Trainmen say that the carriage drovo directly In front of tile engine although Urn electric bell at the cross ing hall been ringing several minutesI Two of the bodies those of a man and a woman were picked up by the cowcatcher of tho locomotive and car ried somo distance Tho other two were thrown clear of tho track The horses escaped injury DROWNS SELF AND CHILDREN Pins Clothing of Little Ones to Her Own to Make Death Certain Dover N J April 11avingas toned their garments securely to her own Mrs Otto Drilling carried her two little children Into Shongun lake whore all three were drowned Tho bodies were recovered by the husband who had seached since his wife with the little ones left their homo In Mill Brook The three had died In shallow wattr nnd Uic mothers body was In a stoop ing posture as though she had bent over to plnco her head undor water Rioting Follows a Strike Seattle Wash April lSerlous rioting with a number already report ed killed Is occurring at the famous Troadwell mine on Douglas Island Alaska Tho federal troops stationed at Ft W H Seward near Skagway on Lynn Canal are said to have been ordered out A strike has been In progress at tho Treadwell mine which employs about 1200 men for about two weeks The men aro mainly for eigners Officer Shot and Killed St Louis Mo April IOn the day which was already arranged to be liU last as a member of the police depart mont Patrolman Lemuel U Boyce 32 years old was shot and killed U Is bolloved that Boyco was shot by n burglar who a few minutes bdforo had robbed tho saloon of William Helm at No 3201 Choteau avenue Dashed His Brains Out Kurak Russia April 1 Druzsanin nltoff a former policeman who was H nt nced to a years Imprlsnoment for torturing peasants In a punitive expe dition had his brains dashed out by peasant prisoners In Jail hero Oldest Engineer Dead Poducnh Ky April 1John L McGuire tho oldest engineer oh the Illinois Central railroad Is dead Ha ran the llrst train between Paducah nnd Memphis and during his servile for tho road had three narrow escapes from death Heiress Meets Death Onoonta N Y April 1Mrs 13 S Loveland a niece of tho lato Colllt P Huntington and a beneficiary under his will was Instantly killed whllo op orating n new automobile which had boon delivered to her recently A 2INTE STING STATE NEWS I MISSED HIS TRAIN And His Wife Believing She Had Been Deserted Drank a Fatal Potion Louisville KyMrs Llllle Clark wife of Ollie Clark an Illinois Con tral employe died In agony after drink ing concentrated lye at her home Mrs Clark and her husband quarreled whereupon hn tool his fiveyearold son to tho home of his mother In Owcnsboro but sent word that he would return Ho missed his train however Before he camo back Mrs Clark became despondent thinking her husband had doaertod her and she drank the concentrated lye Clark ar rlvud Just before she expired and alto asked his forgiveness Ho is almost distracted because of his wifes act cad censures himself NEW CAMPAIGNERS For the Kentucky Democracy Are Me Cutcheon and GatnetL Louisville KyTho date democratic campaign committee met at the Seclbach and elected Harvey S Me Cutcheon of nussellvllte secretary anti James Garnott of Trlgg county successor to Judge Joseph E Robbins of Graves county who resigned his membership of tho committee duo to professional obligations C C lies worth of Lexington was elected as sistant secretary Grayot Is a party worker of prominence and McCulch eon who Is a member of the state democratic central committee Is oittt of tho three prison commissioners of Kentucky CLAY INDORSED For Representative From the Nine teenth Kentucky District Mt Sterling KyThe democratic county committee meeting at French burg unanimously indorsed J Will Clay of this city as tho nominee ot the democratic party for represents the In the Nineteenth Legislative district Clay was nominated at tho primary election last November before the court ot appeals decided the redls trlcUng law and as the Monlfeo com mittee Indorsed tho primary there Is nothing loft but for the district com mittee to be called to ratify the nomi nation as made to conform with the law FOUR BROTHERS The Eldest Nineteen Are Accused of Post Office Robbery Plnovllle KyFour brothers al leged to have robbod the post office at Harlan Ky March 9 were caught and brought to Plnevllle by Deputy United States Marshal Sam Van fevers Tho boys are Simon Arthur Hoy und Marx Fads sons of the editor of the Harlan Enterprise Tho two younger boys Roy and Murk confessed to Commissioner Logan and were held for trial In the fed eral court at London It is eahl that the four boys went into a conspiracy to do tho robbing the youngor ones Itd by the older ones Tho youngest is 10 and tho eldest 19 years ot age SWATTED The Exposition Gatekeeper Across thu Face With An Alligator Ijoulsvllle Ky Edward L Thompson was fined 310 In the police court for having been dnmk It was shown that Thompson was denied admission to tho Greater Jxmlsvtllo exposition because of his hilarious condition Chagrined at tho presumption of a gatekeeper to halt him in front of many persons known to him Thomp son drew a 24inch alligator from his Inside pocket and smacked the gate keeper across the face The tall of the reptile caught tho gatemans eyeI and caused a painful injury lie glee fully settled his flue 1 Brock Wasnt Killed London KyTho articles published In Louisville stating that H M Brock an Insuranco man ot London Ky was shot and Instantly killed at Salyers vlllo Is a mistake S M Brock n prominent insurance agent of this cits and the man said to have been kilted lives hero and Is hero now having rr rived from Salycrsvllle Ho says ho had no trouble at Salyorsvlllo aud doesnt know tho man said to halo Kilted him Quashes Five Counts Louisville Ky JUCIKO Walter Evans In Uio United States district court dls missed flvo counts against W B Smith former president of tile West era National bank of Louisville char lug him with misapplication of its funds The court however refused to quash five other counts charging Smith with making falso entries and ho must go to trial To Seek Oil and Gas Central City KyC FHoldon of Plttsburg Pa has secured a number of leases on hinds near hero to bore for oil and gas and will begin boring wells as soon rs the machinery can bo Installed A good flow ot gas has already been secured In two wells Two Years For Horse Stealing Hopklnsvllle KyEd Lascoo plead ed guilty to stealing a horse and was sentenced to two years In tho penlten teary Lascoo was one of thrco no I procs who escaped from the county Jill but was recaptured MANIAC ON OCEAN LINER Attacked S Mayzck OBrien of a Party Chaperoned By Louisville Woman Louisville KyWith the return from abroad of S Mayzck OBrien who was one of a party chaperoned by Mrs Powhatan Wooldridge the fact develops that OBrien who was oaoy ing a honeymoon trip had a thrilling experience with a maniac on an ocean liner A Chicago broker who had suddenly lost his roason met OBrien In a narrow passage The Insane man was laboring under the hallucination that Eve was aboard the vessel and the instant ho beheld OBrien he point ed JiU finger at him and artriressM him as tho pope OBrlun struck the man when he threatened to enter the rtateroorii ot Mrs OBrien In an In stant OBrien was being choked Into Insensibility in sight of his wife The screams of Mrs OBrien and the yells of tho maniac at last brought relief In the person of tho steward and a Mr Colgate OBrien sustained no injuries of a serious nature He said that ho would not undergo the exp rience again for a million dollars BURNING OF A STILL By Revenue Officers Caused an Ex tensive Forest Fire London KyTwo illicit stills and apparatus wore destroyed anti William McFodden and hU son Sidney were arrested near Cave creek by revenue men While burning the apparatus of the still nearby treed caught fire nnd the blaze spread over considerable territory ot the forest before It could bo checked Tho officers who mode the raid are Deputy Collector F B Elliott and Deputy Marshal P C Thompson of this city General Dep uty Collector W C Short of Rich mond Division Deputy Collector M G Hlgnlte of Barbourvllle and Silt cial Employes T T J Parrott ot nogersvJlle Tenn and W W Harri son of Shelbjvlllf Ky The prison ers were held over to court by United States Commissioner George C Moore TRACKED TO MONTANA J S Smiley Is To Be Returned Ta Kentucky Lexington Ky Armed with extra dltlon papers Chief of Detectives stab colm Brown and Lewis Johnson left for Bozeman Mont to bring back J S Smiley jr who is charged with grand larceny Smiley was arrested by the detectives after they had trnco1 his alleged theft of four 250 gold pieces securing tho history of every gold piece that came Into the banks of this city The money was taken from the lockers at the T M C A When released on bond Smiley left the city but was traced to Bozeman Will Build Trolley Line Somerset KyAt a meeting of tile stockholders of the Corbln and Nash vlllo railroad arrangements for the building of the road trail Tatovi e to Montlcello were completed and UH contract was let for the work which will bo commenced In a short Uma Tatevlllo is four miles south of Som erect at which point Ule road will cross the Q C The length of the new road will bo 25 miles Lexington Elks Elect Lexington KyAt the annual cleo tlon of Elks held here tho followlni officers wero chosen Exalted ruler H E Curtis leading knight H 1C Milward loyal knight J J Colbert lecturer J V Elliott secretary C W Trapp tiler H S Bush trustee VT T Bosworth repreaentaUve to grand lodge C C Bosworth alternate c H Whitney To the Federal Court Lexington Ky Although defeated in the circuit court the claimants of thousands of acres of rich coal and timber lands In Eastern Kentucky art by no means satisfied and through their attorneys havo announced that they will take the case to the federal court Time grants of many of the claimants date back to 1780 under the old Virginia grants- Owensboro Sells Bonds Owensboro KyAt a meeting of the city council the sale of 35000 worth of supplemental water bonds was cui firmed The price realized was 35330 or 4 more than the principal and ao crnod Interest Time sale was math through Rudolph Kleybolto Co ci Cincinnati the namo of the purchaser being withheldCMust Have Hurt Hopklnsvlllo KyThe Illinois Cars trnl Railroad Co was found guilty ol desecrating tho Sabbath by working n track repairing crew on Sunday and the extremo penalty provided by the lawa fine of 5was assessed A similar offense was compromised al 40 and a third was dismissed Bellevues Mayor Dead Newport Ky Georgo Emlg Jr mayor of Bellovuo died ot apoplesr Ho had worked Indefatigably superintending work for the alleviation of sue fevers during this last flood and the exposure Is believed to have been the cause of ills illness Wealthy Stockman Dead Maysvlllo Ky Robert Pogue OBI of Mason countys wealthiest ant largest stockmen and tobacco growers died at his home aged SO Hq leaven many relatives ambng they Attorntj J F Pocue ot Cincinnati ooooooooooooeooeoe oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else I n Wo corrtipondence pnbllthM snleu dined la fill by the writer The same iIIsot lor jubllctUon hat a an eriieace of cool filth Write plainly 0 QooeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeooOI Notice to Correspondents Next week wo commence iirtntliiR The Citizen Rainy earlier than we have been doing no It cnn reach n large part of It Mil crll en by Thursday of each week Droll your news letters hereafter not Intel than IllI KAY of rnch week so that they will rend The Citizen Office by Satunlnj or Monday at the very latest JACKSON COUNTY MIDDLE FORT Mar 29 Robert Tussey of this place has gone to hauling goods or Sir W M Clark of NcKeelIss Dwnlo Cole and her brother Dellwrt made a business trip to Indian CrtFriday Miss Sarah Lear of near Caries Is very poorly Mr Llge Angel has gone to MoKee today Cap Wilson and Groen Parker have gone InI to the tie business Bon Tusscy went to see his brother Joe of near In dian Creek SundnyLlge Angel trod ed a fine cow and calf to Mr Bob Lea for a wagon and got 1100 to boot Farmers are beginning to hustle around in this community since the sun has begun to shine so warm Mr Cleveland Angel lost a fine work steer the outer dayMr James Angel of Indian Creek mad a flying to trip to Letter Box Friday Hobert Baker Little Robert Is planning to go to Hamilton Ohio Sunday Little Bertha Summers has been on the sick list this weekNina Angel and little son Joe went out the other even ing fishing and caught a fine lot of sun perch and red eyes Nina says she is going to make that her dally occupation this summer Ollie and Dadle Angel made a flying trip to their uncle Joe Tusseys Saturday evening RURLNY Mar 29The nice weather still con tinues and the farmers seem to be very busy planning for their crops Most all In this community have tholr Irish potatoes planted Jacob and Palestine Gabhard and Jake Gab bard Jr planted a large patch Thurs day They say they want them to bo in in time for the Association next fnUlrs Carllstn Seals of near Par rot who visited friends and relatives at this place last week returned home Monday Mrs Sarah McCollutn of Hooten Creek Is visiting her father Steve Fields of Letter Box this week Mr and Mrs W M Alumbaugh of Birch Lick visited Mrs Alumbaughs sister Mrs W M Gabbard of this j place Saturday and Sunday lastNan nle Gabbard SlUm Angel and Pollle SIcOollum all took a nice walk Sundays afternoon Rlley and Nannle Gabbard George and Pollle McCollum were the guests of Sltha Angel Sun dIlyW M Gabbard node a business j trip to McKee Thursday airs Eliz aboUt and Mrs Klzzlo Hurley visited IatMr Crls Roberts SundayMrs Letha J Lakes of Hooten Creek is re ported to be very poorly Died March 2Gth John Morris who bas been r great sufferer from heart trouble for some time He was a i good citizen and loved by all who 1knowt him Ho leaVes a wife six i and a host of friends to J mourn his loss We extend our I deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones 1UOII i Apr 1We have been having very pretty weather the last two weeks and the roads have dried pretty thoroly t Mr Wm Parks has been peeling bark this past woekJ A Parks has or dered some spring hats so the women r wont have to go to town to get theld hats George Benge bad a working last Thursday and his wife 1 had a quilting Mr and Mrs Luther Klmberlaln made a business trip to W R Benges last aionday Olr Goo Bongo and wife visited Mrs Bongos parents Mr and Mrs Harden Azblll Saturday night Miss Dora Ely visit ed Beatrice Halo Sunday iMr Vernon Ely Robert Baker and Nonas Alex ander of Berea visited their parents Saturday Miss Oracle Parks who attended school at Berea during the winter erra has returned home OUlss I Maggie Bongo visited Beatrice Halo I Sunday It is reported that the one who capturea Geo Purvis who is charged with tho murder of Mr Wm Gay will get n large reward Mrs GrippeJschool house Sunday at 10 a m Lets i all go and have a good Sunday school iEVuonEBf- i Apr 2 Rev D B Clemmons preached an Easter sermon at Mr R F Jones Sunday Rev Tom Damp bell formerly a citizen ot Horse Lick has returned from Clay county and- r located at the Morgan Farbush place on the stnte roadMr T E Jones visited friends at Gray Hawk Sunday L r L1hu Phillips of Hooten Branch 1hasroses In bloom Bradley Gabbard and George McCollum of Indian visited friends near Evergreen Saturday and Sunday Mr Bert Phillips of Goochland visited his old home 0000000000000place on Tigers Branch Sunday Mr F M Lake made a flying trip to W M Sparks Sunday AValter nnd Leon ard Martin are hauling lumberTher- are some stray goats at J W Jones The singing at Bethel Is getting nicely Sunday school will begin ne Sunday ISAND OAt Apr 1Easter is over nnd we are having some pleasant weather again We are glad to know that the fruit has not so far been killed Misses Minnie and Mary Johnson wero the guests of Matilda and Maggie Durham Sunday C S Durham Is having his house palntedE E Durham killed a a big fat hog the day before and his friends were overjoyed tithe kind Invitations to come an dine with him on FasterMisses Etta and Lizzie fleece were the guests of Mlrs es Catharine and Mollle Durham Sunday Mrs J R Durham and little son Jesse are visiting Mrs Dur hams daughter Mrs Lowls McGulre of Clover Bottom J G Durham who Is working for the Family Portrait Co of Wayne Illinois Is at home to rest a few day Maetcr Jesse Durham has ordered a magic lantern Every one will be pleased to have little Jesse come with his lantern and show it at their home llrs Lucy Durham is slowly recovering from a severe attack of toothache J R Durham was out with his telesoopfl Saturday taking a close observation of the sun Mr Durham reported that the sun had two enormous spots on it which signified bad weather- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY GOOCHLANl Apr IEaster brought more dud weather as usualThe roads are In good shape and chuck of the wagons can be heard In all directions W A Phillips Is hauling cross ties for F C JonesThe Sunday echool at jc amore Is progressing nlcey1I1rths Lakes passed thru here on her way to Evergreen John Wilson Little John left here Saturday for Middle Fork where he will makeJi lengthy vlsltJ A Sexton and wife returned from Bell county last Saturday Al bert Phillips sold a horse to George Abrams for 111500 Bill Aloorn has moved to the house of Pleasant Hamp tons Aunt Betsy Gates who has been sick for some time we are sorry to say is no better Dan Collins was in this part of the country Sunday Bert Phillips bought eight hogs of Charley Baker for J400 a pleceA- G Sparks was visiting friends near Goochland Easter Sunday There was preaching at Red Bobs last Sunday Emry Amyx was In Goochland Tuesds on business Willie the little son of J C Phillips will more than likely attend the spring term of school ot Berea Jim Mat Cox Is In the spokes business to some extent Battle Wil son has returned from Middle Fork Jackson county Myrtle Lakes is stay ing with her sister Mrs Hettie Jones Martha Jones has returned to Rich mond where she Is attending school Names Sexton and wife called on J W Phillips family Sunday Bert Phil lips John Wilson Elsa and Homer Phillips and Miss Aleatha Azblll attended church at Climax Sunday night Geo Abram is making staves this weekGrover Gabbard Is working for J L JonesJ L Abrams bought a pair of mules of Goo Gatliff for 9215 George also bought a pair for 300 ROCKFORD Apr I We are having some very cool weather after such a nice warm spellMr and Mrs John Anderson of PoW Level visited Mr and Mrs J W Todd Sunday Married March 27th Mr Dalt Waddle to Miss Myrtle Linville Rev J W Lambert offi ciated Mr and Mrs H E Dullen visited at J W Todds Sundayv3II eo Hallle Dora and Hazel Hoi man vis ited Ethel McGuire Sunday Mr and Mrs D G Waddle visited at Mr J R Richmonds Wednesday night Mrs Lizzie Vlars and children wh have been visiting relatives at this place returned to their home at Conway Sunday Nora and Annie Linville visited Mattle alcGuIre Sunday Mrs F E Grant visited Virgie Martin Sun day evening R T Abney visited ct J E McGuires Sunday D1jiIUTANTA Mar 30Dorn on the 25th of this month a girl to Mr and Mrs Sher man Chasteen Miss Lucy Seals has gone to Straight Creek to see her sis ter Mrs Ephrlam Drew iMr O V Owens sold a nice bunch of hogs to Mr Evans of Madison county Mario Sexton of Climax was here on bust ness this weeltJ E McGulre has purchased a grist mill of Jasper Bow man Miss Martha lAke of Jackson county Is visiting In Berea this week Rev James Parsons of Berea filled his regular appointment at Macedon ia on Saturday and Sunday the 23d and 24th of atarch John Hardens and Jim Brothers who have been to Ham ilton Ohio for two years hnve cqnv back to liveMr A T Abney was at Wlldle Saturday on business Mr John Hosklns of Berea was hero Friday on business Charley Abney was buyIa steers from A T Abney Severel folks from this pUce nre nt lond1rAprilvisited at O M laDes Sunday Life of Mn John lllnck ltlecountI59andIllinois weeksxtat5pmShe BlackFebruarytwo children andandand MrsBlack lived noor Conway Ky tilt In lIutBOnvillerest of her life the When In girlhood she the united with buttChrtst13nful member was a faith She Was a consistent Christiankind and n ndanndrespectfShe leaves a husband two daughtersand her mother Mrs J E Croucherof Dlsputanta tivea ICnnll many rela loBThepreachedatof Robinson Dugass Illinois after which her ltIyby afar OWSLEY COUNTY TRAVKLLERS REST f Apr 1We have had some fine weeksandgood use of It sowing Oats and breaking Josephlnolr4lCS CIflyingTheCitizen fhis7artnershtp DICleys andhislastSundayMrJohn Becknell have been hauling posts to fence In the Rowlett nnd BecknellWllson graveyard BREATHITT COUNTY ATIIOL Mar 30The farmers of this place are very busy sowing oats and get ting ready to plant corariMr Harvey Jones who was shot It is claimed by Celdon Palmer Is now able to stir about Elijah Gabbard was thrown from a horse a few days ago and got his arm broken Mrs Phoebi flaw man was visiting relatives last Friday DId Uncle Owens Crawford of this ptece died of dropsy last Wednesday lie was ninety years oldS J Craw ford of this place sold his store to a company from Dantvllle We are all sorry to give him up but we wish the new company good success Since Mr Green Kilburn went Into office ns magistrate the boys hive become somewhat civilized Mr Henry Gross of Mill Branch is doing well in the goods business iMr Logan Bowmin of Sow Branch Is now working on the K and P Railroad Andrew Bowman returned homo from Berea where he has been In school for the last thre months He expects to return to Berea1 next fall or winter A D Johnson has bought the news tore from M Sutton and now his his store full of all kinds of goods We all wish him good luck In his new bus I ness Rollen Judd of Lymons Creek rUddIe him as our neighbor OARRARD COUNTY OAIITEII9r1LLE Mar 30Farmers are getting on fine with their work In this section Wheat Is looking wellOn Tuesday March 19th Mrs Paul Rogers ofCar tersvllle was badly burned while she and her small boys were burning a place to sow lettuce seed Her cloth- Ing caught fire and she burned her hands severely trying to smother the fire In her clothes Fortunately there was a rain barrel near the house She found she could not control the fire and she ran and got In the water barrel and thus saved her lIfeMr Joe Boaln has had a very severe attack of pneumonia but Is now improving very fast Mrs Tom Green has also been sick but she is better nowOld Uncle Nat Wlllmit of Gum Sulphur died last Thursday night Ho was 81 years oldMr Joe WYlie has return ed from Oklahoma where he has been for his health lie looks very much improved since ho came back GIClarklbyllr R C foam has n large bunch of lambs eightyone In number People have been planting their gardens sooner this year than they RoYAL1AKI Nade From r Pure GrapeCreamefTartari The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price fj ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phosphate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference to keep your biscuit cakes and pastry free from the injurious effects of these cheapening substitutes Continued use of Alum means pcrmanentinjurytolieal- thAvoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly ROYAL BAKING POWDER have before for t long Urns and rvtry thing looks prosperotM at this time Rev Lunsford preached At L l Green Btattr Sunday People are sow gathering turkey eggs BAS N plentiful now and sell at a Lair price ESTILL COUNTY wOl1t1IILl Apr IWe are having some ntot weather now Bora to Mr and Mrs Joe Warfonl on March the JWtU a boy Mrs A B Scrlvnar 1a very sick with La Grippe Ir R J Scrlvaar who has been sick la Improving nicely J M Edwards Is in Cincinnati this week buying goods Drummer Wlhn passed thru her Saturday on his wry to Irvine Mise Groe Wagers enter tamed a few friend Wednesday night of last week CIlMM NMUi Grace and Kathryn Wagers Meeare llama Wagers and Vernon Sertvnrr wen the guests of Willie and Annie WIteon Sunday Misses Kathryn and Fn Wagers entertolnrd friend Stuxhr night iMIs Fan Wagers unit Frank Congloton wore the guests of MteMt Ella and Maude Park Sunitay Mlw Nottlo Wagers v the guest of Mtea Rltha Scrlvner Saturday night dlr Jeff Wagers was In Irvine Thursday lastSeveral men and boys from Ilita place attended court at Richmond on Monday IDAHO LETTER Stiles Idaho Mar 19 To The Citizen We are having nice weather and the thirty Inch snpw Is almost gone The people are beginning to plowWeve had more now this winter than since the year 1887 Stites has Just finished one of the finest hotels In the west costing about 100000 are having muddy roads In this lurt of the country now caused by the recent thaw and so much freighting There has been more than 5000 head of cattle 20000 sheep and 30000 hogs shipped from Stites since November let 190G The hunt ers from the mountains are bring- Ing to Stites the hides of their gaaie consisting of huge black bear oaugir and deer The deep snow In the mountains has caused some of the deer to come down among the settlers and they are having great sport char lug themP P Reynolds Is plan ning to build on the west end of his ranch In order to get the use of a fine spring =C B Moore has his cit tern nearly completed William Bald win a former Kentuckian had a bail accident a few days ago Ho his house and everything burned dwnIand ho and his family went house of his son In their night clothes In a fifteenInch snow Thp Citizen is a welcome visitor In our home and our neighbors are ae anxious to read it as we are and when asked to sub scribe for it say What use of buy- Ing a cow when you ure getting milk We ore always glad to rood the good news where Kentucky Is getting rid of the roan killer whisky and wish to odd that a mm living on the prairies or plains of the west may have greater advantages to pat rich but whenever whiskey Is voted out of Kentucky tho feudlsm of the moun tains will stop and pence nnd happiness will be found In every home I would advise Airs Yocums plan of organizing a Citizens League We are anxious to hear of that much e Ing done by the good and loyal citizens ot Eastern Kentucky I am their friend C B MOORE lolil llrlrk cud told NURKPU Continued hun lust Page t and what la happening ncr oeo uoora aged on Uw outer aide ot the world Uiuiy pa pie hive MX time to road the dully powers and the many rMgutoes which tell of there thing Poor people Mttnot pay for all there things People who be not had a great ednottloa oaaoot oA ia Ma all tdmt UWM i psa4 tttagaalaea my The CUiMK gives the mom IracurttMtt noon of u whole country and world In few worth and simple style so that those who leave not had a great eon anttoa add hers no Urn to rMd mar papers teed naetolnM mat still bow all the JROIt Important tfeteav taut are happMlnc ta UM world Yet fur Itself Iml far 1u Not for tile beDIm of 1U OWMM but for UM baMflt ot Itt seder not to make money bent to uak nood cit lz na is the motto of Tiw Citizen It coda only 180 pw jrwur and premiums worth more tins halt of that ore given to new eabMiibera It Is getting better ell the wine It la already by far the boat paper la Ken tucky for the mountain people Will It not pay you to subscribe THB GROUND CJoVlRED rho President Has Nothing to Add on Railroad Situation Washington April 2President Ilooaerelt has written a letter to the president pf the Illinois Manufactur ore association declining trio Invlta lion of that organization to peak at Springfield on tho railroad situation The president says It would be a waste of time for him to accept the Invitation because ho would only re peat what ho has already said In pub PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT He 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