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Gs I 980IOROVOMOVOBOMOWOB000BOVOB 2 BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOUronATEulo n r r 2 o So00000000000000 Vol VIII Fivti cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 11 1907 One Dollar a year No 43 1 FROM THE WJDE WORLD Ilussla has Issued a circular note to f fugueIit to tho onnouncuiitcnt itluit Kusatit Germany and Austria mwrvo tlio right to nbatatn from Uio dlscuwlon of qucfltlona which in their opinion cannot hud U pruotloil rwiiilU Walter iWolhnnn In an Interview expresses gruttl confidence In his abil ity to reach Uio Pole in u balloon lie think Commander Imrys fairs In the matter ungrounded Tho start will bo made In July A London piper prints a story on Uio highest authority do the effect tint the Emperor of Kurala proposes to ulKUcato within a month nnd UuU i Grand Duke Michael will be appointed rVRvnt during the Intrncy of the j Gnus tan It Is wild that the Czar hag toot Ids mind to such nn extent that lie la uiublo to pwflmn even the slights ducks of his office I IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho following figures Just tom pleted show the BUUlHtlcs of tlu American nil trawls for 1900 llr AKgNfjLiis trucknpo of the Unltn Bintai 31EOOO miles Total locomotives about 50000 Total ears freight nod jxuwenger about 2000000 Total privtuo cars about 112000 Spool In rolling stock during tIle poet eight yaire approximately 32 600000000Total Jug under block syntNn D3133 mlhr Not cuplullcrtloni of railroads 12 CMOOOOOO Capitalization per tweak mile uboui j HOOOO Number of stockholder about 226 000 Total revenue from pasftcngM 495C235 Tutee revenue from fright fl W4GSJ399 Cross revenue 2319700030 Not earnings and Income 901431 CCSAverafio length of pisstnfftrn Journey 3274 mlta Avenge number of puwnRera per train 53- Number of employees 1400778- I uld wnployww J9008282as Average dally earnings or rmployc 209 KIIUil Passengers 418 employee 3S07 Injured Paflnengem 11186 cm pkryrcll 65624 Two hundred and frpniynlne op elating nimpanles wont thru the ywr without killing a single passenger on ttutfr 119462 miles of truck but they Injured 5533 during the year An Imiurlnnt conference was held at the White House loot wwk on till subject of trust prorvculluns Irtal dent Ronacvelt and tour members of the CiMnot taking part The Michigan Qontito Ivw passed a- mwt cutting ml I rood farr but trading the amount of ho cut 0 coriilni to the roads rot earnings per mile It In stated Heat there has been formed an antlKoaaenlt alliance be tween llarrlnun Hearst the Rock teller anal all the Standard 011 mig OHVS ILurinnn Is held up as the leader of what Is oiled the grrfitret I political plot within tho present gen rnUion The longBtivndlng dispute ciwecn the Iwcetcrnrulldobotaandthcdr employ ces como to an end bBl Thursday Tho men are to reccdvo an ptlnvncc In wages of 10 per cent They give up donttind for a nine lijour day An estimate that the Iutama Cunnl will be opened by 1916 was made by John F Stevens retiring engineer In charge of the work on lowing the Isthmus One of too most Important events t of Urn week will be the dedication of tho Carnegie Institute In PlUsbttrg Tho cxerclKM will occupy throe dliys and BtstuMncn educators and nclwi tints of America and miny foreign countries will take part In thorn Ttw National ArUltrBtlan nnd Pftioo CongreM U to bo held in New York I from April 14 to 17 Its purpom Is to incrqwe public tntcrcet in bUornii tlonrH wOlenuni of dlfflcultl An drew Carnegie As to preside and WU lIam Jean4ugs Dotm Is to bo ono of the speakers COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Commonwealths attorney James t P Adams and Attorney B R JaneU will go before the Kentucky Ctourt t of Appeal and ask What Uio use I ogaln t Ilurgls whose trtal on a 1 charge of murdering Dr D D Cox r lies boon set for Sandy Hook ElNrftt l county be remanded jto Brejithltit dounty for trial- Conditions lp Trlgg and Oildwell I counties are eaLto be bordering I- nrIlWChY as a result of the fight be growera who are mom i A 1 J rFlJ Q THE CiTIZEN m JUST AS EASY AND MUCH MORE FUN enjoying peoplefeelothers feel happy We all know the first kind of fun Some one gets off ca good joke on another plays some trick or says some thin bright either true or false that makes the people laugh at him or hurt him in some other way College students sometimes scare one of their members or duck him in the river or do something else to hurt him and enjoy it very much Other people let cattle into their neighbors fields or let their chickens scratch up their neighbors gardens or plague others in one way or another by practical iokes and for a time it is great fun Babies pull their mothers delightSopain waySomefun in the other way They say nice things about others end surprisethemAnd whenever they have done something which makes some greatfunhave tried both ways of having fun the way that hurts other and the way that helps others and they the last way is just as easy as the first and much more fun Have you ever tried how much fun you could get out of life by just being kind P bens of tlw nfitttokvUon and thorn wlio lire not A largo number uf plunt bltJs have bum destroyed Thu oasoof Dill IlrHton charged together with Judge Jiunes Ilurgls Hlbort llMKls 11 QilltlKU Jetse Splotr nnd Curt Jot wIth the murder of James Oookrlll town mrvrehal ol Jftckwon In 190X was called Tuesday In the drcull Cbunt at Lexington The City Council of llnravxlsbtirg pMHMd an ordlniao Imposing n tine of not lees thin sixty dollire or tnt prlKuuuunt In the workhouse bf fiom ten to sixty dtys against any OM bringing liquor lato deft cliy Std J Journill I Containing Brteey frig Eotnt And Triumphs of Bttta Students dJThe PIUD Contest When Qivok meets Greek the oomra the tug of waf and when Qreok steels Ito nun tho result is similar Laat Friday night the Greeks called Il 8 fur ehurt with the double significance of 3141C plus and that delicious indigestible l Indlcato that the members of the BO clety were bout good scientists end good cooks and The Romans known as the U Do from the name they hall chosen which also bus a certain sweet BlgaKlcancfv Justified In this case at least by their taking th- oC3kutho Greeks and the Romans mot and then came tho tug we might almost say the Ironclad of war for It was no email affair The Upper Chapel was crowded every soot was taken most ct them were taken twice and still some were loft to Bland thru the program Tho purple and gold of tho Assyrian rno Roman cohorts which had camo down with a wolf on the fold so to speak 1l1d thc green and white banners jind pennants of the Greek legions would have nude an inspiring battle scene had not tho costumes and smiles of the fair ladles end bravo men proved that it lY just a grand tournament and no morol RtrlfoIProfessor Jor phlno was the presiding officer and well justified her selection Tho cxerclnra were opened by prayer from lICoo sor lUIno and then tho orchestra Playnd a pretty selection The first contest was In orations Mary Pick ering give the frat In belwlf of PI Epsilon PI on the thomo One with God Is a majority It was well given and recolvtd with enthusiasm Bras lays followed with nn oration on Child Libor tb rtPre9 nit the I Utllo Duloe This was the noble Roman of them all for rlio saved tho dry for tIer side Tho essay contest followed Wlllaiv Tutlilll row her ca suy entitled Thoughts on IL Fmllbr QUIUItoIl IA the Romans tho quotation niturally being one nt trlbuted to Xicair Batter bo first In a little Iberesvn vllUgo than bo second In Home But she was doomed to be second In Romfv NJVorthelet fir In this llUle IB rain vllligo Edith Wuly with her essay on The Rights of Children wus giv en flrrt place for Uio Plea by n small morgln Rmdingaliarlotof the Greeks gave a selection from Ralph Connors thick Rock entitled flow Old Man Nelson Came Home This was followed by The Honor of the Woods which Joy IIIIlls recited IloUi selections were aUrrlng and eel delivered and the final result of the judges marks left them even In tv i contest There was enough to the credit of Utflo Dulws from tho ors clop however to give them the vie tory by a narrow tuirgln the point being 177 to 175 An orchestrA pleci nnd n vane solo from MtsJ Arbely were very much appreciated by thei audience while the points were being added Doth societies saddle the contestants are to bl oongmtulitod on the success of the evening The Mountain Congress According tn present plans Gov ernor Lewis of the Mountain State will summon Uio legislature 4f that state to meet for business on Mon day right April 29 for n sermon of two nights Tho Uiuaoia Stale mounI adjofnlng mountain counties In Tenn essee Virginia and West Virginia Tn rrvprcs ntatlvos are all to be appoint lhne mountain students In attendance I the Oollege Many are already elected ClOVKRNOKS JlESHAOIi In an Interview granted to a Stu dents Journal reporter the governor theoi principal rocommsmlulona which h would make in his message to the legislature Kdarntlon A revision of the present trustee system changing from tho districtI to county board system Action requiring each county to levy a tax which shall bo equal to one third of Uio amount iorfiv d tro the state before receiving Uie full Btate fund Tho Introduction of elementary og rlculturo Into the course of study for the public schools The establishment of taro Industrial schools to give Instruction In elementary agriculture mechanics mining and forestry smelted to the nods of tho public school graduate and sort log na preinrtforj school for the state A and M College n Action for tho providing of holding of Industrial Institutes in inch cOun- t of lie state each ycnr ItontU Action providing for n system of pikes or graded dirt routs to connect every county seat in the state tIe staito and county to share equally In the expense of building the raids and the state to employ IL mid expert to work with the county bqirds In laying out and oanBlruotlngtho roads Vurmtry Aotlon regulating the cutting nnd care of forests and prow eiing for the purchase by the state of forett pre serves on the headwaters of the chief rivers of the state Law mid Order Action making the cirrylng of con cmlod weoiwns and the Silo of In toxicating liquors In local option ter ritory a felony Death of Dr Mayo News Ins Just been received of Uio doaUi of Rev A D MLiyo LUD special lecturer on education of De rea College which occurred yesterday at his home in Wiislilngton D C Dr Mayo was an invaluable friend of Bereft College and knew mOM alwut oduaitkm In the United States linn did any other person- A sketch of his life and of his services to Derea College and tho general mute of education will aipoar In next weeks Citizen Chief Contents of This Number IAOE ONE FrAm thn tVlile World In Our Own Country- Commonweatlh ot Kentucky feillnmlIniit llrlne Kind Tlln Chlnrn Fnmlne Relief SUltlenU Journnl PAOK TWO liellnlT11e Ilmueof Tlinimnnd Candle IrtVin and Garden 1AGi TIIIIKK- lleVm and Vicinity Cuilrco heat- Ilteret11lg Letlnni IAOI FOUR CnliinirliUTtlto Influenco of the ImThe Pay of novoriiinent llniplDjon lIlIlenl Tnl- kTIIIImne Note PAGE FIVE imilli Drpnrtmnnt Tllfe Sunday Kcio lIriifuin PAGE SIX TiJlonuUIIflll Klicijrutlon- ilii i School Prnlilrnm ur the Il lrlctK- cliiMil liy Prut lllnmiifirn Till Jann Tr tluit Reed liy Irnncln O Clnrk Ilklith Kentucky History PAGi BKVKJf New from Kverywhore U cut Slate New j PACK EIGHT KfiMern Kentucky NflWK Ohio New CopiesIOenUomcn Plenae send me forty copies of your pa er and order blanks at ono ThAt was what a iwstal cord aild that mmo to The Citizen of flcfe this week from a lady who cxpoetfl to mako some money by getting subscribers for The Citizen and shell do U toothoy all do when they Htprt out In a business like way bemuse tM inner Is something that the peo pie want as soon as they know what It U and the premiums toot are worth almost a years subscription make a bargain that appeals to the shrewd mountaineer Ono student who went home A few days ago sent In three subscriptions a few days later lIe Is going to send some more Ono man started out one morning and by nopn of the next day had twelve new sub scribers Another man cot twenty In 000 dny II you wouM like to know more about it write for the Letter to Agnts Je TREATY SAN DOMINGAN Has Been Submitted to a CommlttM For Examination San Domingo Republic of Santo Domingo April STho new treaty SantotDominican treaty which has been pending before tho United States senate for two years has been re forced to a committee for examination and report The now treaty differs from tho original treaty In Its simplicity particularly in the matter of substituting intermInstead of requiring thorn to await tho payment of small Installments of their money from tho Dominican customs receipts Tho total bond Issue is considerably less than 20000000 a reduction of about onehalf from the original claims The bonds will run for fifty years but It Is provided that at the expiration of ten years they may be redeemed nt 102 4 i CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD This Is Charge Against Men Involved In Insurance Deal Baltimore Md April SWa1ler A Mason formerly president of the Com mercial and Farmers National bank of this city and national bank exam iner and Olin Bryan formerly city solicitor and more recently president of the United Surety company have been Indicted by tho grand jury on tho charge of conspiracy to defraud the Mulch Reinsuranco company of m050In March 100C Tho case Is the outgrowth of alleged misrepre sentations by Mason and Bryan to the Insuranco company relative to the capital stock of the United Surety com pany It Is charged that tho capital stock was represented na fully paid up when thlstwas not tho case 1 BEAT US TO IT Canada Gets Big Herd of Bison That Roosevelt Wanted Donor Col April 8 Howard Eaton of Wolf Mont announces that thp herd of between 400 nnd 600 bison owned by Michael Pablo at the Flat head reservation 3G miles west of Missoula Mont Is about to pass Into possession of the Canadian govern ment to which Pablo has given an option for the purchase of the animals Somo limo ago Eaton secured an option on tho herd at 300 a head and presented It to tho United States government President Roosevelt was anxious to close the deal but no appropriation was made available 4 1J oo ooooooooboo Watch for the Farm De i i partment articles by Fran S cis 0 Clark commencing i- g April 11th g o 0 BOBOBOBOBUBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOV io+o +o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+oO+o +o +o +o+o+oo1ooo1oo +oo oo1060 i A LEGACY 1o ORo 0 i A LAWSUIT J o o 0 0 t 00x Many an heir has had serious occasion to I wonder which he had inheriteda 010 0 o Any man who has worked hard to accur 0- o 0 mulate property for the benefit of his family i ought to make a will andname this Company t+ as Executor By so doing he will avoid the 1 t odangers T of an individual executor who mayyi die or who may neglect or mismanage the o 1Iits perpetual corporate existence and its ex 0j 0 o perience make it an ideal eccutoro+010 + I 0Z foI i + 0 BEREA KENTUCKY 1 I 010tQJJ Moore President W H Porter Cashier 0 010 o fit i of THE 0 010 Berea National Bank o 010 II o CAPITAL 25000 9 010 0 oh 1- t Q We Cordially Invite fIt+ 0 o + YOUR ACCOUNT I I + to oh a- 0 1 DEPOSITORS ARE SAFEGUARDED BY io +010 0 f Federal Supervision+ o 0Od 010 1 o 010 o o 010 + S E WELCH President J W FOWLER VIco Pros 0- o 010 +o J L GAY Cashier 6- 4o+oOo1oo +o+oo1oo oOo1ooo1oo OOO OO O+oo1ooo1oo 0 4 Relief Needed Until June The following cablegram was received a few days ago from Rev J F McCroa chairman of the Relief Committee in Chingkiang China Chfngkiang March 31 Klopsch Christian Herald Relief work saving many but totally inadequate Thousands are wishing Missionaries in the famine area are unanimous as to urgent need of relief until JuliesltcCREil Deitllute Chlnnuien Working IJnder MlMlonnryN SuiiervUlon The latest gifts which havo como to Tho Citizen for this fund are 000 from ono of the College Sunday School classes and SUJO from Mrs A L Lawrence Unicoi Tenn This makes 3050 which has beotAkent to save the starving in China from readers of the Citizen It is a good sum but has been given by only n few people Aro there not others wlio would like to follow the example of tho good Samaritan and actually SAVE TilE LIVES of some mortals with the little money they can spare f I 1 r sorter ToromtrsroynicvTS All comnoaic tmn rMh sit HiwiH P irMn- pseud by lbp nr lbuhnqa netnllp MM B rollhMEnBIIBM M eftfa dilViilt u decpbt twco of O- roalu U which tbpr7 writu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author d THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA OAMCBON Etc lupjHulil IMIb lubb Urrrlll Co CHAPTER VI Continued I turned to stand face to face with the girl in the red turn shunter I beg your pardon I said stepping away from the pane She did not wear the covert coat of the morning but n red knit jacket but toned tight about her She was young with every emphasis or youth A pair of dark blue eyes examined me with gonl huntored curiosity She was on Rood terms with tho sunI rejoiced in the brown of her cheeks so eloquent of companionship with the outdoor worlda certificate Indeed of the fa vor of Heaven Show me In October a girl with a taco of tan whose hands have plied a paddle or driven a golf ball or cast a fly beneath tho blue arches of summer and I will suffer her scorn In Joy She may vote mo dull and refute my Wisest word with laughter for hers are the privileges of the sisterhood of Diana and that soft bronze those daring fugitive freckles beneath her eyes Unit her to times when Pan whistled upon his reed and all the days were long Her rubbersoled outing shoes had made possible her silent approach and she enjoyed I was sure my discom f toe nt being taken unawares- I had snatched off my cap anti stood waiting beside the canoe feeling I must admit a trifle guilty at being caught In the unwarrantable Inspection i of another persons propertyparticularly a person so wholly pleasing to the eye I believe I believe that Is my pad dle she said a little timidly I thought and yet with definiteness I looked down and found to my an noyance that I held her paddle In my Imndwas In fact leaning upon It with a cool air of proprietorship Again I beg your pardon I said I hadnt expected l She eyed me calmly with tho staro nf the child that arrives at a drawing room door by mistake and scrutinizes the guests without awe 1 didnt know what I had expected or had not expected and she manifested no intention of helping mo to explain Her short skirt suggested 15 or Irenot more and such being the case there was no rea son why I should not be master of tho situation As I tumbled my plpQ the hot coals of tobacco burned my hand and I cast the thing from me She laughed a little then caught herself and gravely watched the pipe bound from the dock Into the water Too bad she said her eyes upon It but if you hurry you may get it before It floats away Thank you for the suggestion I said Hut 1 did not relish tho idea of kneeling on the dock to fish for a pipe before a strange school girl who was I felt sure anxious to laugh at me She tool a step toward the line by which her boat was fastened Allow me If you think you cansafely she raid and the laughter that lurked In her eyes annoyed mo The feminine knot is designed for the confusion of man I observed twitching vainly at the rope which was tied securely in unfamiliar loops She was singularly unresponsive The thought that she was probably laughing at my clumsiness did not make my flngcrt more nimble The nautical instructor at St Agathas Is undoubtedly a woman This kn t must come In the postgrad unto course But my gallantry Is equal I trust to your patience The maid In the red tamoshanter continued silent The wet rope was obdurate the lnot more and more Hopeless cud my efforts to make light of the situation awakened no response Inthe girl I tugged away nt the rope attacking its tangle on various theories A casq for surgery Im afraid A Truly gordlan knot but I havent my knifeOh but you wouldnt she ex claimed I think I can manage She bent downI was aware that the sleeve of her jacket brushed my shoulder belzcd an end that I had ignored gave It a sharp tug with a slim brown hand and pulled the knot free There she exclaimed with a little laugh i might have saved you all thebotherHow of me Out I didnt have the combination I said steadying the canoe carefully to mitigate the Ignom lay of my failure She scorned the hand I extended but embarked with light confident stop and took the paddle It was grow ing lato The shadows in the wood were deepening a chill crept over tho water and beyond tho tower of the chapel the sky was bright with tho glory of BunBOt With a row skillful strokes she brought her little craft beside my pipe which the deftly caught on the paddle ofado and tossed to tho wharf Perhaps you can pipe a time upon It she said dipping the paddle You 1l1Itme under great obliga tons I declared Are all tho girls ut St Acatliua as amiable I 1 snouwnt say so cm a great o- xceptionandl really shouldnt be talking to you at all Its against tho rules And wo dont encourage smok- Ing The chaplain doosiit smoke I sup poseNot In chapel I believe It Isnt done And we raroly soo him any where else She had idled with the paddle so far but now she lifted her eyos and drew back the blade for a long stroke Hut In the woottthle morning by tho wall I hate myself to this day for having so startled her Tho poised blade dropped Into the water with a splash sho brought tho canoe n trifle nearer to the wharf with an almost Imper ceptible stroke and turned toward me with wonder and dismay In her eyes So you are an eavesdropper and de tective are you I bog that you will givo your master my compliments I really owe you an apology 1 thought you were a gentleman she exclaimed with withering emphasis and dipped her blade deep In flight I called stammering incoherently after her but hoc light argosy skimmed tho water steadily Tho paddle rose and fell with trained precision making scarcely a ripple ns sho stole softly away toward the tarry towers of the sunset I stood looking after her goaded with Beltcontempt A glory of purple and scarlet and gold filled tho west Suddenly the wind moaned In the wood behind tho line of cottagos swept over me and rippled the surface of tho lake I watched its flight until It caught her canoe and I marked the flimsy crafts quick response as the shaken waters hero her alert figure np ward on the swell her blade still main taming its regular dip until she dis appeared behind a little peninsula that IIIIII a Beg Your Stepping the made a harbor near the school grounds i The red tamoshanter seemed at last to merge in the red sky and I turned cheerlessly to my canoe CHAPTER VII The Man on the Wall- I was so thoroughly angry with myself that after idling along the shores for an hour I lost my way In tho dark wood when I landed and brought up at the rear door used by Hates for com munication the villagers who supplied us with provender I readily found my way to the kitchen and to a flight of stairs beyond which connect ed the first and second floors I stumbled up tho unfamiliar way in the dark with 1 fear a malediction upon my grandfather who had built and loft incomplete A house so utterly prepos terous My unpardonable fling at the girl still rankled and I was cold from tho quick descent of the night chill on the water and anxious to get into comfortable clothes Onco on the ond floor I was sure of tho secII my room and I was feeling my toward it over the roughtfloor heard low Voices rising from my slttfngroom allparenllyI It waste pitch dark In stopped short and listened The door of my room was open and a faint light flashed once Into the hall and disap peared I heard now a sound as of a hammer tapping upon woodwork Then It censed and a voice whis pored Hell kill me if he finds me here Ill try again temorroW I swear to God Ill help you but no more now Then the sound of a scuttle and again tho tapping of the hammer After several minutes more of this there was u whispered dialogue which I could not hear- Whatever was occurring two or three points struck me on the instant Ono of the conspirators was an unwlll ing party to an act as yet unknown second they had been unsuccessful and must Walt for Another opportu nity and third the business whatever It was was clearly of some importance to myself as my own apartments in- S tsy grantuiurrrs c rango house nag been chosen for the Investigation Clearly I was nut prepared to close the Incident but the Idea of frighten Ing my visitors appealed to my sense of humor I tiptoed to the front stairway ran lightly down found the front door and from the Inside opened and slammed It I heard Instantly a hurried scamper above and the heavy faU of ono who had stumbled In the dark I grinned with real pleasure at the sound of tho mishap hastened to tho great library which was as dark as a well and opening ono of the long windows stopped suit on tho balcony At once from tho roar of the house came whichII listened to the night of the fugitive through the wood until tho sounds died away toward the lake Then turning to the library window- I saw Bates with a candlo held abovo his head peering about Hello Pates I called cheerfully 1 just got hone andstoppod out to see If the moon hind risen 1 dont believe I know where to look for It In thlo country Ho began lighting tho tapers with his usual deliberation Its a trifle early I think sit About eight oclock I should say was the hour Mr Glcnarm There was of course no doubt what ever that hates had been one of the men I heart In my room It was wholly possible that he had been com pelled to assist In some lawless not against his will but why If ho had boon forced Into aiding a criminal should ho nut invoke my own aid tn protect himself I kicked tho toit In the fireplace Impatiently at ray un certainty The man slowly lighted tho many candles in the great apartment Ho was certainly a deep ont I Pardon I Said Away Item Canoe with and his case grew mve puzzling as f studied It in relation to the rUle shot of the night before his collision with Morgan In tho wood which I had wit nessed and nowthe house itself had been invaded by some one with hum connivance The rifle shot might havo been Innocent enough but taken In connection with these other matters It could hardly bo brushed aside Dates lighted mo to tho stairway and said as I passed him Theres a baked ham for dinner I should call it extra delicate Mr Glen arm I suppose theres no change in the dinner hour sir Certainly not I said with asperity for I am not a ponton to Inaugurate a dinner hour one day and change it tho next Dates wished to make conver sation the syro sign of a guilty conscience In a servant and I was not disposed to encourage him- I dozed the doors carefully and began a thorough examination of both the sittingroom and the little bed chamber I was quite snro that my own effects could not nave attracted tho two men who had taken advantage of my absence to visit my quarters Dates had helped unpack my trunk and undoubtedly knew every Item of openIthefound them all in the good order established by Dates He had carried my trunks and bags to a storeroom so that everything I owned must have passed under his eye My even the remnant of my moneyI I had drawn from the New York I had placed carelessly enough in the drawer of a chiffonier otherwise filled with collars It took but a moment toIsatisfy myself that this had nqt touched And to bo sure a hammer was not necessary to open a drawer that had front Its appearance never been locked The game was deeper than I had Imagined I had scratched Uio crust without result and my wltn were busy With speculations an I brushed my clothes pausing frequently to examine the furniture even the bricks on tho hearth TO BE CONTINUED French language that carrion best over the telephone ROOSEVELTS STAND CUE IS GIVEN RAIIROAD MEN BY THE PRESIDENT IS NOT HOSTILE TO CORPORATIONS Believes Railroads Should Be Managod In a Spirit of Fairness ann Jus tice to the Public Washington April 2I am In no souse hoatllo to tho corporations This la an ago of combinations and any effort to prevent cbomblnrulon will not only bo useless but in he ead vicious because of the contempt lor which the failure to enforce law IIIIW produces should most strenuously object government ownership of railroads I believe with equal flrmnoes that it governIment railIof tho public that they should bo nun aged in a spirit of fairness and justice I toward all the public I The presidents declaration that ho it not hostile to corporations Is taken as evidence that the government willr do nothing which would Invalidate Um safety of the railway securltiu ROW Issued I Provident Roosevelt made public a letter redefining his policy with ceo spoct to tho railroads It was written to President C II Smith of tho 1111 nols Manufacturers association which seat a delegation to Washington last weok to Invito him to go to Spring field to deliver an address designed to reassure the business Interest of thin country of his concern in their wel faro The president has declined the invitation on tho ground that ho seen no reason at this time for making eoeh an addreca because his views on UM railroad question hav + undergone no change from thwo hetotoforo express ed in other public addressed and mw sages to congress In other words bo stands pet on tho policy he IIBR been pursuing and will orsevQro In his efforts to secure the enactment it legislation which he asked for In hU list message SIX KILLED IN WRECK A HeadOn Collision Between Two Freight Trains Ft Worth Tex April 28lx train men were killed In a hoodon collision brtweennwo freight trains on Ufb Mis snort k Texas railroad six miles south of here The collision occurred while both trains were running down grade at a high speed Fire broke out immediately and two brakemen were oromatod before assistance could reach them More than 300 head of cattle were merchandiseII Failure of the northbound rain to receive an order Is said to be respon sible for the wreck Shot By Stepson Metropolis Ill April 2Cape Millard McCawley was shot and klllod by his stepson Dally Crciich at meek port III McCawley had been off on a trip and coming homo had trouble with his wife gave her a whipping and threatened to kill Crouch In the aft ernoon he went to Crouchs house and broke In the door Crouch drew hit revolver and shot McCawley In thei howl twice death resulting instantly McCawloy was a prominent river man Woman Found Murdered Chicago April 2 Mrs Sarah Graft of i 1C West Harrison Iitroot1Ijsround dead in bed In her a gash over her right temple The floor of her room and tho bed clothing were spattered with blood Late tn tile day Graff lh1 husband of the dead woman was attested lie made no effort to deny that he lad killed hU wife Kills Sweetheart Portland Ore April 2 Rendered insanely jealous at the sight of his sweetheart In company with another man Roscoe James son of tho super- Intendent of the Oregon penitentiary shot nad killed Miss Grace N Disney of Warren Ore Ho then shot him self in the head Ho will die Texas Stonecutters Strike Dallas Tex April 2 Granite cut ters in all the larger cities of Texas struck They demand an Increase of from 33 to 25 scents per day The master stone reasons it Is believed will attempt to fcuvo open sihpptf Farm Hands Crime Fergus Falls Minn April JorIb-I Granslnd a pomlncnt fame was shut and killed by tans Gilbertson a faros hand who then shot himself dears The murder and suicide were tho re 2Morelan t snow Street Car Stoned Montgomery Ala April 2Strllto sympathizers throw bricks and stones at ono of tho Montgomery Traction COos cars slightly Injuring a motor man Sevorpl arrests were made Twentynine cars are in acrvlco and regular service has been resumed Bulgarians Attack Towns Belgrade Servla April 2Bands ol Bulgarians have attacked too old Sor flan towntr of RudnIk Iud Topolcha burning 30 houses klllng seven wend maltreatlssa number OfvoiuaB I lad cbUdrea v BARB WIRE REEL One Easily Made That Will Do Effect Ive Service tern IH a barb wire reel that ono can wind barb wire on Instead of an old barrel which is slow work Wo present It little drawing of one that can be easily made by an Ingenious farmer It Is mounted on whooU and Have the Weight Near the Wheels can be drawn along by a ran while a troy sieudtos the handle to keep the wire from unwtHdlnR too rapidly and MnkliiK For 1n llHK up wino that le- Is taken tilt of a funce the machine can either tte peeked or jwllml going just fast enough to keep tip with the wire UK It is being wound on the reel A little reek like this says The Far mert would he of coucMerablo vulHc to any one who kae nay amount of barbwire fractal to wtad- INACCURATE SEED TESTING What th= Germination May and May Not Show It Is set nt all certain lint seed doer sown In the open tick will show Uw sane NHHMini of aipeetlWllty IUI when sown In erred testing yUues or between plate In the house unit un der Ideal coadttions of warmth and rafltitwrv A PMt many exM rlineHU have ltefon sands to skew what the RermlnnttHK hewer of vflriowe sods Is and It toad Mea figured out that the results wend be the MHW la the fink as In tbs seed teeters It Is Inter wtlniL thereto to note that a com pnrlAOn of rfwIU do NOt skew tin setae p rtnt KO of seed RermlMtlo under the two tHXHlltlon In sauce eotajtarntlvw tests reported 31 saniplta of send of oats and whnat were tooled In regular seed tttolflS The tnwwit gsrtnlnatlon was 49 percent and the highest 90 per cent A like number of samples of the mime seed were planted la the open JtIlInd- 1t tho semi time the samples bring the same grain as those planteil In the toileR One of the net samples that hnd bown a germination of 94 per coat when planted In the tester gave only S4 per cent of germination when planted In the open field An other lot gave Jn the tester a germl nation of 81 percent yet when sown In the open field It gave only IS per rent This was a most remarkable de clineOne of the samples of wheat seed gave GS per cent of germination when sown In the seed tester but when sown in the field gave only 8 per rent of germination Tho poorest sample for field work gave OS per cent of ger mination when sown In the seed test er but In the field gave only 4 percent of germination This Illustrates the fact that something besides ter mination tests need by looked for when figuring on what seed will da Conditions In the fluid are much hard or than In a germinating pinto An Investigation of this seed showed that It had been produced under bail conditions and probably lacked vitafttyIt had been injuriously nf fcctrd bj early fall frosts Most or It had nough vitality to enable It to sprout under the perfectly favor able conditions found Ip a sprouting tray but lad not enough vitality to enable It to sprout when buried In the ground whare tho moisture supply would be too great or too little the temperature too high or too low and where the air would not have fr v access to the train The germination tests may still ho considered valuable says Farmers Review but they are by no means conclusive no Ions as they are con ducted under Ideal conditions It Is only rare that conditions in the open ground are Ideal for tho germination of seed FARM NOTE3 Do you lift or do you leanT It Is comfortable to loan upon a fat Job Two family agood bread and flood breeding Dont try to grind alfalfa meal wftli low power Yes without doubt tho limo and sulphur wash Is a good fungicide Dont stop for long stories or yet for short tales when tho true In your or chard aro covered with scales If tio synod id late and wot mop n farmer will bo tempted to go Into his Holds nail plow before tho land IB In proper condition lint plowing that mcrols turns n wet slice of soil upside down w a damage to the land Health and the Garden The farmer who has a good garden hab a healthy family as a rule We re member being at a farmers Institute a few years ago when an aged physi cian was asked to mako a few re marks Tho first thing ho said wns I noticed all my life that I never got much money out of the family which wait fed on fruit and vege tables FANNING MILLS ON FARM Prof Thomas Shaw Declares EveryIFarmer Should Have One I Tho natural thought would ho that every farmer would look upon a CanI 1 nlns mill as nn Indispensable adjunct tn his n rmlng Nevertheless the fact remains that on the majority of the graingrowing farms of tho Northwest thorn aro no fanning mills This moans that before all the farms are thus equipped from 200000 to aoooooI funning mills would have to lit oldIIn that territory To n farmer living East it seems In comprehensible that any farmer should think of growing crop withIout a tanning mill Tho oXlllllnnUntIs found In the methods of farming that have been followed The aver ago Northwestern farmer settled on virgin lands where foul seeds had never grown Tho lands wore so rlcn that ho was able to grow crops In sue I cession for many years without think t lag much abut weeds For tho time I being ho found It cheaper to send ills graph from the threshing machine to the elevator than to hulk granaries In which p toro It and to buy a s fanning mill nail clean the grain bo fore nollliig It I II also loft on his hand a lungs amount of BcroenJnK which lit Imiiil mistook to teed to and which would Shave boon a drug on the market Seed wheat wee bought In many In ajaneu undo the Idea that a 1 was good In this way tout o4Imultiplied apneii This la bo I explanation of the UhwrneefUl oonilt tlon of tn many of tilt farm ofthb 1museInfested with noxious woudo t Till trees have changed Is tern mast change It has bflp abv covered that homegrown seed 1ftII worn vttkiablo than what has hojm IHirctMeed ass that tee1 eartlrttllr I cleaned and graded ls much more val liable than seal brailRbt for tram j 1 abroad To hove swell seed It la In I iMiipeaMibk that every farmer halt hove a fannlMg milt and he owght oi I liavn the keel that ean be Rot TII e Hlpned the character of hub seedIshould iMBrwro every year awl koMltl mean a oormpoiMlIng tmcreoio In his eropA I The time has also come when U In imperative to MW clear seed ThetoqIA1 to Issuers this U rOyur7 I farmer tm eisas hilt oww lUll wklh i Mns that he Meet have a fjinnlnR mill The tanners now am fpqwlng hrahct various kinds and It M equal I I ly Important that the seed w these shall bo well clennod as that the need or wheat shall be BO pntfmrwL 1tUvt stock la also hetllg1 introdttctvl more or less on mnnytabns Thte I moans that the setrflnlngn tultfo from the wheat or other grains sold oar be turned to oxcetlent account lufeedlnt one or tho other of the versos kinds of live stock kept The spreningw sent to tho elevators are given away j The farmer Is docked so jnueh CorIscreenings and nothing Is allowed for the dockage When the Importance of tho fan1 t fling mill Is considered lathe North i I west farmer It would ifenl that lLiU4Mnot piittlng It too strongly tn say that tho man who sells tanning mJJU Is engaged In a beneficent wgrV eIJP i though when thus ensaporf bgtms nn other thought than that of earning a oiramlsilon on his vales Tho bolt Is so small that a fanning still la wNK In tho reach of every fflrmr Oranp i Judd Farmer t WASH TANK AND TABLE t Most Convenient for Preparing Vege tables for Market e firb iM IeA vpgelablo gardener who jTOparc a good many vcgntaljlfrs Cbl market by first washing hilt then drying ItaAj q tQcratggralag Vppefalble Washer + tAJ 111 R thgbntr1boxdrainage Tho aholf says IralrieFaff 1 mar la attached to fo baxaptltkc hinge likewise thgleggso that fold Ing In smaller space to r j + l14 u Keep darn Floor Clearyt fit As warm weather combs on bocarov ful to keep the barn Q4erceany thcJDanuJslIkely t dxcuno for not keeping the atablotodtt j absolutely clean bit It Is iriI ul to have hhgo pile Under tfiohonei tind toot wtblchconpekhtld tw empdhG Idnn Thonl aU 4l fclift rotting manure glvcaanRKSKctit t elrpall y 8tRf pUnpkininht theh horses oyofParn y raIhealthSilage Good for Horse Sllagp in not acuerally rocomidsnd cd for extensive use as a hOrscfcsdV but noviufholcss a few1 pouncja oftwill oftrn bo found hpnoflpInU clally for the brood mare The reanorf It has not boom recommended more frequently s because it Is bulky anil the horse Is meant to Ilvp chiefly on concentrated feed his dfgcstiyp tract being comparatively but a small amount of silage once a dayiwill bo of value If for no other reason than for the nUcculfcaca it will add to the ration it 1 I okokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokckckokoKokoKokok i IJo ItnK o 0 11 i SEE OUR LINE OF 0 11I I Baseball Lawn Tennis f Y I and Fishing Material S o 11 1e o k o ffaI Porter Co INC I I 1ItO O O Q O O O O OOO O Uolsoi4o o o- 1 StioYo oEoEOEOiotaollollo 0 ollokoiokoko okokoEo olokotaos o I Berea and v1C1n1 tJi 5 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IAAAAAAA AAAAAAI uuuuwuuuwuuvv TAKE NOTICE Tha Convftirotton Club will meet tide wtoek Friday night At the homo of Mr and born Molwvn The nub Jcct fur dlocusaloa Js Recent I AchiiMreneiita In the Mochonlail and Scientific World Mr JIIml Comba will upmk nt tho Oongncatloiuil Church next Sibbath morning Tho cluing exercise of tho seati colortxV school will toko place In thoi tVluirlct rchool horn nt 730 p mI Friday April 19 i Teachers Joshua Coenrtiaw Pal I tie 8 Oremtaw Steps Biker daughter of Mr J K Dakcr has been very alck for tho pant two weeksI Mr J B PorttMiB of Drip Rock Ky won In town Monday MlM Mary Adams who has boon mewing In Richmond returned homo tout wwk- IDjmca Caldwcll and Andrew Ties orwmlxed A Sundry school at Mallory Springs but Sunday They also visit ed Sundry School nl Motto Ky Mr W A Johnson Is Quito 111 at his homo about two miles from town on Dig lUll pike I NIIIIKaJLIt and Bottto Poyntor were with homo folks at Drone Ky from Saturday until Monday Mr and Mrs Stanley Kitchen left lout week for Oorbln Ky where they trill nuko their future home Mm J B Dalton is with her sick brother at Scaffold Cane Mr Josiah Jlurdotlo who hnd a stroke of apoplexy In Clover Bottom hot week Is recovering Dr Cowley i wont to Clover Bottom to bring him a home on Monday Oars Robert Ambrose and sister Of r Big Hill Ky spent Monday whir Mrs John Anderson I We Trust Doctors If you lire suffering from Impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Aycrs Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparllli you have known all your life Your doctor knows Iftoo Askhlmaboutlt You mutt took well otter the condition of our IIetandbowel UIs there t oIall tellonol Ib bowlipolionimi product ro Wutbed casing eau barSV h f are lifer pili Act 10IU aU I Tbs dose ti 001 onD ptnt b04um JIa4lrYzoOo20 LoIIKa11 ors seta VIOOI AqUa CURE Litt y Pn6TOIAL VUUUUUUUUUUUWUMiM spent a fuw Aiyii lw t wmk whhit friend Mlsa Start ClagotU We are glad to hear that Miss Jim nto Hannan who underwent tvni opera Uon in Cincinnati a few days ago U Getting along nicely Dr Urody of Kingston Ky 1 moved Into tho louse on Canter rtnwt recently occupied by Mr Davidson Dr Dtndy comes hero to practise med icine air Cheater Trowlway of burg nines Monday for a tow da stay with friends Mr and Mrs Lawrence of Nulcol Tenn are visiting Prof and Mrs Dodgo RoumanU Quieting Down Bucharest April In la offldnlly announced that tranquility has beets reestablished throughout oho nitro country Now that the peasants un Oontaod the measnree proposed by tho ffdvernment for the ametloratlol at fflefr condition tho agltatloa Is dying oat New Trial Refused Warsaw Mo April 3Mnjor II W Salmon convicted of illegal banking was refused a now trial and sentenced to three ycaro In oho penitentiary THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indlanapolla Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 7Boj No J red 7Cc ComNo2 45Hc OatNo 1 mixed 43c Hay Clover 1800 01700 timothy 190002100 millet 100 O 1600 Cattle ICBO 0 GOo Hoga I900OC90 Bhecp S606JI5 Lomba f5J50760 At Cincinnati WhfioV No i red 80o Corn No S COc OatsNo2 4 4 He Cattle 440CSO Hoga 460690 Sheep 2760800 Lamba 500800 At Chicago Wheat o 2 red 77c Com No a 424c OatsNo2 40Hc Cat tiesteers 4400870 stockors and feeders 3000605 1I0gU2111 800 Sheep 4000670 Lambe OOC8lLlveltock at New York Cattle 4600835 Hogs 67C0 738 Saeop 4000480 t6lG860 At East Buffalo Cattto4400600 Hogs 5600 726 Bboopf3006lIi LambttfGOO- OUII Wheat at Toledo Nay 791f o July 81tc cash 781 o Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holliday at tho Beroa Bank and Trust Company HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Offlca over Post OfBce Ihone 1S3 Warehouse west of Depot Stool Roofing Cheaper Than Ever Eaves Trough M loss than Old Prico oosotaotaoiosoNoSosofaoeotaoloCollege o 0 i HERB AND THERE o o 0 00000000000001roteeBOr S Miss Cassidy and Miss Moore of Rich mond were in attendance at the Girls Contest Friday night Prof Orinateod and Alias Oaseldy acted as judges President and Mrs Frost left for Yonkers N Y Wednesday noon Muss Cameron and Miss Schumakor aro visiting Knoxvlllo College this week The Ariel Quartet composed ot Mae era Rigby Gamble Dick and Shoe maker will attend tho Western Divi sion of tho Y M C A Convention to be held nt Modlsonvlllo Ky Fri day Saturday and Sunday of this weekTho College baEicball team will go to Wllliamaburg Friday to play ogninst the Academy and College Amon Brock of Dunning Springs vls itod Derea this week Sir and Mrs Paul DerUiick of Jack son lamer students are rejoicing over the arrival of a sixpound girl In their homo April 4th Wo shall all be glad to BOO Miss Leota Gladys Mr James Little of the American Sunny school Union It expected in Derea next week Alias Spencer Dean of Women of Stnto Normal is visiting Mrs fins moro Mr Dliney spent Friday and Situr day of last week at his old homo in Knox county Tho College Llbmrlan leaves Wednesday for a vuLtonor six weeks which she will spend In New Jersey and Now York Mr Francis Clark led Y M a A last Sunday night taking for his sub ject Tho Word ot God Is tho Shirt Miss Jeesle Newman led Y W C A Sunday night her subject was ForglTeTwes Mr and Mrs Perry the parents of Mrs Cowley hnvo been visiting her for a week or BO They expect to leave to see another daughter In Now daysrInUtrotlnit Ltterg front FonnvrStuilvnU Hyden Ky Mar 29 Dear Readers Would like to tell you about my work hero at Hyden I come hero Ito teach in the Academy last October and I have had quite a nice years work I have taught some classes in all grades since I came However I nm now In clmrgo of n part of tho fifth grade and one division of tho primaryyblginwo have started a window garden and are getting a great good from It It Is surprising to know how much they have found out about plants School closes her April 6th Wo are planning to hnvo tx good entertainment Perhaps I had better introduce my self Tho people at Dorea ucod to know me aa Luella Hosklns Wishing tho students of Dcmv and the teachers of Berra n successful- term of school this spring I wish to remain as ever a friend to Derea and the work that Is carried on there MRS CHAS MAGGARD Tho following letters recently ro ceived by Prof Drasmoro from form or students will bo of Interest to the renders of The Citizen Do Funbk Springs Fla Mar 24 You may bo surprised at hearing from mo at this time and place Im Viway down south in Dixie down whore a scorching sun shines everyday Whore the beds burst and the flowers bloom in winter Where cloth lug la a burden because the thcrmam cter stands at 95 degrees In tho shade with mornings cooly nights warm and days hot Thus Is a land where the alligators thollizards 0hogs split tho sand like a cyclone and chase you up a troo like a bloodhound Where the ox IB a draught horse and a beautiful southern girl his driver He is also a buggy horse much admired by the natives This Is a wonderland with every thing hopelessly la the rut Time is out of joint and happiness always in the future Good land is always Just ahead but Its sand under toot Nathios Is present but poverty all things are In the past or future behind or beyond In spite of all tOO drawbacks Florida baa some beautiful things such as orango groves magnolia trees always green and palm groves tho beauty of whick oan only be describ ed by an artist Its balmy air and bright sunshine mako of It a groat winter resort and tourists flock hero by tho thousands I myself am hero for tho purpose of missing Maria with its bleak winds and April with its rlx winters I lay in tho shade of some friendly tree and dream of Old Ken tuckyI eighty miles east of PensucoU and eighteen miles north of the Gull coast It Is the highest elevation of land In Florida and strange to say it Is In tho lake region Wo are going ttomorraw to Lake Stanley alligator hunting Fish are abundant hero and I pass a lot of my tlmo fishing I spent tt week at Penal colli on my way here and visited many points ot Interest such as the old Confederate forts and the National Cemetery took An eighteen mile voyage on the bay to Santa Rosa Island and across to the Gulf coast Came buck by the United States Navy Yard and there saw things which made a native of Hoot Owl Hollow look long and care fully There was the hittlestolp Maine which played such an Importpnt part In history alto two old Spanish men ofwar captured by Admiral Dewey at Manilla After leaving tho Navy Yard we came past the United StiUos Fort Dtunnoas which has now about GOO United States troops I could tell of many other interesting things but time forbids I shall be glad to answer any letters from Bong friends With love ant best wishes to ali f am- Sincerely yourP CLAYTON TOWNSEND Colorado Springs Colo My two years exllo are nearlng their end and I shall soon be in dear old liercn again to finish my college course I hope to bo In school at the beginning in September and work hard tho next three years in order to graduate in that time The religious life in the college and academy here is naif very pronounced No Sunday school or church except out in the city Tho most of the time since I have been here I have working in tho Sunday school of one ot the city churches I began with a class of tour and now faavo eighteen a splendid class and very regular in attondanoe Last summer the S S sent mo to the Stato S S Convention at Denver where we had a splendid convention and one that I am sure did me a great dcbl of good Thru Tho Citizen I keep fairly well posted with regard to Bert and I never forgot to pray for Doroa Col legs la tho noble work it is doing for tho Mountain boys and girls tRcmcmber mo to all the dear old Derea friends Very sincerely yours N F AMBROSE AGENTS WANTED From 1200 to 1800 per week expenses advanc ed guaranteed IRA D SUMPTER Winchester Ky A choice lino of dress goods no tions embroidery laces muslin un derwear readymade waists Amer lean Beauty Corsets newest styles in spring hats and everything in ladies wearing apparel at MRS S R BAKERS FOR SALE0 Show Cases 2 Mirrors 1 Money Safe 4 dozen Hat Stands 1 Figure MRS A T FISH gTDTDTOTOTO +oF +O+O ba +O+oFo +O+O +odo +oFo+odod o Fa+O+Oi o Ii R E MOVE I + 0 I I am 1 iDry Itfeo Iware I 1 I Country Produce Wanted I I CCRWnsBQilding Berea Ky I 0 +0+0+0+0+O+00+040 +0+0+0+00+o +oFo+o+od o+o+oo+oo+4 i Ill ookokokokokokoxokoKokokokoltokokakotoKokokokokokokoKo o Ring Phone No 10 i- It o 0 0 WHEN YOU WANT t- GROCERIES 0 o o x GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED xis TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN if- c u Golden Grain Patent Flour per sack 550 ox Best Granulated Sugar per lb 050 0 0 Best Canned Corn per can o5c K AGENT FOR x NAVEN LAUNDRY I ladies boys girls invite Yours without Object Lesson Theres growing on window Marllllwhnt1appeno J B Richardson II l LOOK irthe LABEL Turn the Inside and look for KANTBEBEA- Tthats policyIts qualityI knowitiI Pockets braced inside cellars made right shoulders built up properly and clothshrunk before cuttingThe makers stand behind l KANTBEBEAT claim this clothing is superior to so called tailor made are receiving a full line of SKREEMER SHOES for men WE at 400 AMERICAN LADY SHOES for at 300 and 350 SECURITY SHOES for and at prices to please We you to visit us when thinking ofthat new pair of Oxfords and see our respectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO t FURNISHERS BEREA KY barelDoivt Land This Way T Dont land the way this follow landt upon the ear or note or handsr If you but start the proper way youll land upon your feet some ttTo get a start a slip a WANT AD Is the proper clip BEEKEEPERS An Frau Dlmmelmaier going over old castleWell never actually grass that I i i We line 0 r I w r e Before you buy your Spring I supply see the Pullins I Beehive manufactured and sold by Wood Work CollegeIt ed Has all conveniences placeininvestigate To Have Perfect Ventilation I Londons now central criminal courts will have a perfect sYSlemor ventilation by which 20000000 cublo IntoIL w r1 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Ttuinday at Her a K BEREA PUBLISHING CO- t rorpOmINI- E Albert Cooke Ph D Editor and MET Subscription Rates PAVABIB IN AUVANCU- On Tear tun eta Month oa Three Month 3 Send monerhy Pst oOf HAP Money Order Drift Rerlsleud 14It ix uue and t x vest stamps- The date after r ir name on 11nu ic what dMe your tib4Cr4irtlo i is pI If it n not within hue wrekn after renewal than Mlating number will t r glatlly up lird if we- see notified Pine rremluma for new IIJlI1sodpromptrenewals Send fur Ilruiium liat- Uberat lenD given to anywho dlAin new abccHptlonft for u o Any HM ti tout fretforbfmelfAdvertising rates on upplicmion taata- atRCR n- MKENTCCT PKHSS ASSOCIATION count IlonI having offered to com cult suicide and no objection being heard from any quarter according to parliamentary usage the motion stands approved Champagne drinking 1nAmerica la on tho wane says a Washington dls patch And Americana can affqrd it letter than ever before too Which mattes us feel virtuous Tho Baltimore physician who Is trying to convince the world that the wearing of hats is nnhoalthfut will tall in his efforts until he nrovides something else to talk through Is the scientist who thinks women will lose heir arms because they have no further use for them un aware of the fact that the practice of folding hands has not become obso feteThe nqjr Swedish minister to the United States Mr Lagercrautz wa- sat ono time a worker in the Salvation Army He and his wife worked for several years in the wont slums of London There may bo iurer d tapo than hero has been in tho digging of tho Panama carnal now that army on gineers have taken charge of the work but none will be attached to resignations With England and Ruwln In complete understanding as to a Persian policy Persia can save a lot of delay a by asking for an International con ference at once and getting the thing done with Detroit News The Havana Telegraph reports that the tobacco crop of the province of Plnar del Rio will not be 10 per cent of the previous seasons crop which was one of the worst crops in the his tory of the island Tobacco buyers from Tampa and Key West who had been In the island looking over the situation worn despondent over the outlook The representative of one concern stated that the price or cigars would be Increased in 1907 fully 20 3 er cent That the young Indians at the Car lisle school are making progress in civilization In many ways is fully in evidence The school produces some of tho best baseball and football play era in the country and at the com mencement exercises to be held a few days hence the Puritan opera Prls kcilia Is to be given by the boys and of the institution This is tho renderedentended to Indicate to visitors the ca pacity of the Carlisle scholars A man who was officially certified to as having perished in a fire in 39erdcn Conn night years ago has just turned up in that town alive and well The dead man was burled at returnedILear of himself being so disposed of lie had gone away In Ignorance of the circumstances but as he could fully Trove his Identity the truth of his story Is verified The tale does not seem to have any Enoch Arden ro stance connected with it but the facts Co to show how easy It Is to be mis takeoaTwo recent incidents throw light on tbe muchdebated question of high school societies In ono case a girls society In an eastern high school de cided to disband because some mem 3 cr8 had been admitted whose social position was not so exclusive as that of the majority of their fellows In the other caso a part of the Initiation Sato a girls society In a western high school consisted In branding the bands of the candidates with strong acid It is Interesting to note that these societies almost always call themselves sororities a term derived from the Latin word for sister If a University of Chicago professor head announced a discovery that thot- IOtI1 of man weighs half an ounce Boston would have made exceedingly merry over It e Southern American governments may yet be persuaded to make the big stick unriece saryfby realizing that If they will bo goad they way be launr e t WI1 lt1tabatr Jttttrurr- ifa tItr ittbhx ttrr6i By VICEPRESIDENT FA1RHANKS The proas is a grout ivlisor It pusses judgment upon mm nnd things mill this judgment becomes in n ltrt delete in the ioxiVso of tinge tho jtulg iiint It dots not so frequently sit in judgment upon itself n it does upon others It is nn llscelng eye arching wrongdoing and wrongdoers and us such lAcrisrA o powerful iniluenct It is usually npbn the nip oftleanlint4w andtdeeenty It usually stands for that which is best in our wiliijtion and it u A tre mendous deterrent to thou who might bq diapond to Uirny thrir mist Being the source of tt nh potential influence it is of the utmost importance that the jfross itself should be pure that its mot H should be of the highest and best Powpssiug an it doe the eoTifWejnco of A large cDnetitneney it should give to the people M far as it can the truth the farts tree from biira and without distortion The press liko the bench iljc bar the pulpit slid the groat hotly of society has its share of throw who are not actuated by any high or ethical onsiilrnitioiH anti tliits bring a noble profession into disfavor They are fortunately a part of a smnll minority The great body of the pride like diogroatiiB88 of UK people whom it serves is high minded and patriotic It stands for thue things which make for the uplifting of the community und for the general betterment of mankind W8 hear occasionally of the decadence of the press that it is no longer udited from the editorial sanctum but from the business depart jnrnt This were unfortunate for the community sad for the country if it were so It is no doubt true that individual editorial utterances do riot standout andring far as did the editorials of Horace Greedy IIDd other in the not long ngn but if this is trup it is due to the fact that there is morn competition now tlmii there wns in the not remote pact The field has been fully occupied The editorial pages have been many times multi plied and while the individual editor perhaps does not exert so distinct and widespread an influence as formerly the aggregate influence is quite ns great if not greeter than ever It is fair to say that thc news eolunuti have a more potent influence upon public diucuwion and the popular judg ment than then formerlv had ijJlll 11all of nurr1t mmt 3E1l1pinUrL By HON JOSEPH H ONEIL Former lead of SubTre ury Boston The offlw of be rules goveniityr the preen ut system of employ ment is good pay tor boys and bat pave men In proportion to the degree of kill and talent nnjqirad of cor cMfc3 of office Jtekl em the pay is WI in adequate on the other hand there are branches of the public service in whichunder all the circumstances the remunenUion is not ungenerous The government lies a very i1cult problem to solve the arrange moit of n basis for the remuneration of the service that it rcceivm In establishing salaries it ia obliged preserve a certain unifonnity which as carried out in practice is subject to the criticism of being unfair to some anti more than fair to otheraj In Washington once the bend of a government department explained this to mo by stating that the government cnnnot buy labor at the special market price of that labor A carpenter in Alabama might bo glad to get 175 a tiny for his labor but n carpenter in Sow York or Jlnssacbusetts would rightfully demand say 3JiQ a tiny When the purchnsing power of a dollar in New York is compared to the pur chasing power of a dollar in Alabama it will be fh that the Now York carpenter is no more generously remunerated than the Alabama carpenter nut the government cannot discriminate at least It does not under take to discriminate in this way but settles on an average salary for all its employes in any giyn grade It was different oneo when postal em ployes in certain metropolitan sections received it third more salary than postal employes in other sections If any plan like this ebouR bo reverted to it would be argued with much show of reason that the same service should have the same In tho cage of unusually efficient service which is required of so many government employes there is no effort made to pay salaries such service would command in ndnpublic enterprise That is why I have been trying to persuade the bright young men whom Ic grow ing up to turn away from the lure of ofliceholding and devote their energies anti abilities to muchmore fruitful and desiniBIe effort in the many attractive fields outside of tine public service Lupth in Qragm luttlf tIle lIattress By MISS GEORGIA TEETERS President of the Waitress Union Chicago public to provide for taro in to system salary which Of aIlthe girlwho work for their living in Chicago the waitresses are conceded to have the host chance of winning a husband There aro 1500 girls employed in Ito restaurants of Chi cago and of this nnm hiT uooiit 100 are mar ried very year When a pretty little waitress once gets her eye CB a man whom Ahee thinks she could look upon as on atsofr she begins her campaign agawist his heart by working up a standing with the chef lIet first move is to inform that functionary that n pdrUctflar fricjid at hers is waitin for his meal and that she would consider Hu great pertonlll favor ifa little extra care were bestowed on the dishes he has ordered This done she sea that the table cloth on his table irc eon niftiiionl anti that he is given a fresh clean napkin She then brings into play her hattpry of bacon and eggs fried toa tJlittlbrown coffee creamed just to his taste drives lure to the trenches of sat isfaction and contentment By the time she brings him a nice piece of pie which she lies saved especially for him and nwhich jlpcs not look JlE pieheof t11ou vho have studied the question can tong rsaJst such treatment and it tin raitress happens to be pretty ho ccannot resist it at all LIGHT IN DEMAND INFORMATION WANTED AS TO THE TARIFF SITUATION I If Our Government Contemplates En Urging the Channels of Foreign Competition the Producers of the United States Have a Right to Know It Now that congress hna adjourned and a now hand Is at tbo helm of the treasury department perhaps the Btnto department will doom It no longer Incompatible with tho public interest lu make known toe contents of tlie report of the commission erflt to Germany to Inquire concerning mat ters bearing upon tho tariff situation between tint country and tho United SUites Sonic two weeks ago a rose lution asking for Information on this subject was under conslilerfulim by tho house committee ou ways nail nmns but tho committee found Itself unable to roeoed further with tho question because of the nnwllllnpnww of the secretary of stnto to supply any details of the report In rfuostlon This Is an old habit or our stale do partment this withholding of facts of vital Import to producing interests Tjio sonic policy of aeorocy was ob servod seven years ago wUo the Kns son troatle were negotiated For several months our government re fused to furnish any particular u to the tariff reductions provided for in those drafts Foreign governments however woro not so Bocrotlvo In for nmttim as to tho provisions of the tire posed French treaty was unite free ly publlRiMHl In Part and found its way to tho United States by cable so that by tho time the veil of secrecy hail been removed in Washington the coun try was pretty will udvUud OB to the oxtont to which Mr Knwson had eon looted to assassinate certain of our domestic Industries In order to lot upon a reciprocity baiie with Prance It might be remarked as a foot In hOMory that no French Industry was threatened with asaaaalna thin It IB to be hoped that with no eon gress In tunaton to ask Inconvenient questions or make unpleasant oem meat sad with a treasury department supposed to be favorable to what Is oiled a broader trade policythat la larger competition from foreign mills and factories our MAte depart meat will Had It compatible with tint pHbllo Interest to tell American pro ducers what they have to septet In the matter of concessions that are cal culated to give to German exporters a bugger slice of the AmerioHii market If for example It shall be derided to MI relax or modify our cualams rem latJeae ae te make it easier for the German exporters to undervalue their goofs and thereby escape tile pay ment of the tariff duties provided bylaw that fact would be of great inter oat to a largo body of Industrialists who have heretofore found It extreme ly difficult to bold the domestic market against undervalued consignments from Germany and who are deeply concerned In knowing how much the gate to undervaluation la going to be widened as the result of the new dickerIt not by any means impossible that a readjustment of tho matter of production costa reduction alike in tho volume and rate of wages Paul would be necessitated Such would unquestionably provo to be tho case In niaiiy lines of domestic production If greater latitude for undervaluation should be granted in the shape of greater laxity on tho part of our appraising officials In tho determination of values of Imports It Is not of course to lie supposed that tho now secretary of the treasury would know ingly strike such a blow at domestic production employment and wage paying Dut there Are presumably some things Which ho does not know as well an they aro known by those more Intimately related to tho bust ness of manufacturing goods and em ploying labor and ho might make a mistake In his judgment as to what could be done in tho way of relaxation and laxity of customs collections Ho may not know fur example that even under tho strictest of methods undervaluation Is a giant evil most difficult to deal with effectively and that tho aim should be not to Increase but to lesson the fraud In order that he may learn these and other things closely related to the general subject it would seem that the secretary of tho treasury should be among tho first to solicit from tho secretary of state prompt nnd full publicity of tho report of the German tariff commission Certainly the American people have aright to that Information at the cant est possible ingment The Texas Idea The Texas cattle growers as the American Economist remarks are ninetenths free traders on general principled but protcctlonsta whore cattle hides and wool are involved So aro tho Texas rice growefs so far as rice is concerned None of them wants to meet competition with Mex Ivan or Argentine cattle or with Philippine rice But they wouldnt mind having the tariff lifted from articles produced outside the state of Texas If thnt would open a foreign market for their moats That Is the Texas tariff Idea Washington Her al Ool Bryansnowscbettie Is to deny the uuertf time malls to the trusts But Ignt the colonel a little ungrateful to the trusts that have brought so much crlst to his talk mill 0THE ONE GREAT QUESTION Whether Tariff Disturbance Will Be Better Than Tariff Stability The tariff Is let us all cheerfully admit Imperfect It Is In spot worthy of Immediate revision So mulch is generally believed by all pro tectionists wo Imagine Then cornea tho added question whether In view of the gravity of thd business the Unto la ripe Kvou granting that In many places there seems to be good ground for immodlnie change lu sec Ions of tho tariff law that produce considerable hardship does It neces sarily follow that the not benefit to be derived front the remedy applied at once is sufficiently commanding to overbalance tho possibilities of sort cud general harm Apparently Mr lluesovolt thinks that title li far tram established while Rev mild In con vinced that It Is Probably we all re alize by this time that every revision of time tariff must oX necessity begot great disquiet and not to say apprehension all along the line Tiles had their offocts on the general well betas ore so farreaching that they are not lightly to bit entered Into but only to IH endured for a jgeaton because of the proved desirability of the ultimate ontoomt is that outcome so certainly beneficial in the net result at this time as to warrant us In taking this most unruly bull immediately by tho horns It Is over this that many of in heel Into We are far from hollering that the Dlagley schedule are sacred for alt time Wo are tat from preaching any gospel of standpattlitn radically Interpreted Tho one qumrttbn Is whether the evils that wo have are so Intolerable that we ahorihlvntleator to shako them off oven ut tho risk ut the stock evils that will always b let tariff revision If they are then Qov Guild Is tight lint the trouble hi that the president scorns not yet fully convinced of It and that a great ninny other wise loaders of patty councils aro not yet convinced of It to the extent that GOY Guild Is 1X we even know for a fact that this ma poly of MasMchiiiotu IlopuMieaM sjro convinced ofJt in view of the elr onmataacea that the moat of the tar iff revision support comes tram very imorthooox protective sources such M the magwmip newspapers and mugwump oratoJ1lIoweil Cittern POWER IS WITH FARMERS 1 They andnThe Rocky MotMMta News sounds a note of warning to those who flatter Ulcmseivf that they Nit retain the benefits of protection fur their own to Ottatrles while wlthlioMlnff protectfcm from the agdewlUiral interests The warning U eapeclally addressed to the Sugar trust whUL aoauiadof an la ellnatran to grab more titan lu stare of the profits of boot augar production at toe expense of tho Colorado bet growers Tho Newt reminds Mr Ilavemeyer that tho tariff on refined sugar Is In force by the content of the farmers of the United States and that the farmers have tho power to take off that tariff Hence ho had better deal fairly in the matter of the farmers In crest In sugar boot price The admo ntntlon may well apply to others than Mr Haremeyer There aro people urging free trade In raw materials that are tho farmers finished prod nets but with no Idea of relinquishing protuetlonfor their own finished products They foollshlylmagtne that they can keep for themselves tho protective tariff shield against foreign competi lion and at the name time expose American farmers to unrestricted com petition It cannot be done In tho muttered votes the American farmers hold the balance of lOorThe are In a position to demand and compel n Btjuaro deal LIKE SHEEP THROUGH A GAP IN THE FENCE Neither Necessary Nor Desirable Most of tho clamor for tariff remove al which front tlmo to time rises above the din ronr qt the Industries of the bbslcHt people on tho globe comes either from those who expect to profit personally or politically by the changes they urge This clamor does not come front tho great body of the farmers or miners or front tho men Ofho mills or factories who have by far the greatest interest In protcc tftns results It is assumed by a coltalp class ot statesmen that pen odical changes of the tariff must bq made and that a kind of popularity awaits the leader who will anticipate the coming of the next changeperiod and will shout the longest and strong est fur Its nrrfval Hut the opin ion of a very largo majority of the American people these periodical changes aro not necessary und are far from being desirable Hancock Mich Journal WARN OF WHISKYS WORK Municipal Posters In England Aeomr J push Much Good y Striking ovlilanco of thoprog or this tompornnee cause In lingmud la furnished by tics Important tnovometit which has been made by various municipal authorities advMng the pub Ho by means of atrOtigiy worded past aers against the pvlla aUIIIII1JfII or I alcoholism bspeciafly In relation td physical deterioration Some twee i rears ago on tbo Initiative of tho ifei rttonal Temptrenoe leaguo twine of that moat weighty erldenco ooncernlnK too question of alcohol WM prepared ant to tb r Jnt rde nniMt teargovernmentor physical deterioration la their en putt wrtleh was duly jtro ontud m both houses of parliament the onmralttw stated tint as the result of the ovl dtHce lakl before them they wr N vole Mncod that the abuse of alcoholic Uwubuiui Is a moat potent and dead r ly agent of phystcal deterlomtloa AUithe basis of this and followUg toad which was set by lark la INt no leas ihanJI7 municipal AhthoHOm tbrotiiihout KiiRland have IMmd pes- ten onlllng the attention of Ute pubtlo to this Important fact An exhibition1 In con cUon with this movon M was Jheist recently In Maryiebono whwi tS striking posters lakuod by v He av inHnlolpantlec were shown on the i wall of the hall and an InLeIlecture on the itrogreM of till work 9 wae given by Mr MeAtfBin Berki the organizer of the exhIUKon What German Poet Says r HMT Dflhmel one of tho greatest living German pools of UM mwiorsi c aohool says 1 have atlslsptd vend jtimer to write poetqtauter UM Inttoetiee of M nor o ni mi lag It appears to MM to be Mm wotd play ntoNatroM tansies or ennfuaod uaodtattoos romwIsaeiMafl It ls imed HMM to any that user Ukrsalaruupr A total abstainer A eertaht author awl writer In Chicago who MM aoovstoiMA to stlmnlate a faKd learn with the uae of brady died a few years sgo mttfer peeollarly iMaireaalBjB clrcum ethics Many mrwapupar mm who tare olUgod to work fury much at high pressure on rash KIIUllrw so e- itom to keep tbemMtvM HP with atlWHlMila The prance la stwey fatal Hltlmatoly to UM ant reauhtL and the writer whQ tome Mms if hy seek meaaa ls doooMd to leapt ai meet Whisky and Religion For U years I have boon priest and bishop In London MIMI MOW I approach ray eightieth year and have twirMtl anus lesions and the tint Is uechief liar to tho workings of the Italy i Spirit of God In the nude of men and wanton Is intoxicating liquor I kaOv of no antagonist to tho Good Spirit more direct moro subtle more stealthy mere ubiquitous than mtas Rusting drink These are the words of Cardinal Manning and they an Vw exiterlanoe of every MHilwlnper who has touched tho life of our greet cities Pauls antithesis was n fair one Be not drunk with wino wherein U afc SpiritDrunkenness well together i Becoming Temperate Tommy Atkins is changing his hab KB since the Young Mona Cbrtatlftn tassociation In England has gone along with him lulu the summer volunteer ramps Over 1000 of hum came to tone big tutu from sunrise toyriiidnight In one day nnd on one Sun day wrote 19S7 letters and nailed them At too evening sing song thor chose hymns rather than songs Total j dgnettby rdeal In Morrie EnKhind A colonel tllgbattalion J rFsedation1 Alcohol and Influenza t A word of warning with regard to alcohol Is given by a loadjne jne4aol magazino In n stieclal entire fc ly devoted to Influenza Tho Ins of alcoholic atlthulanU In Inlluoht Ii Z4 domands more Ulan ordlnfuy ole cnptapecfoa The mental BIUIU In 1 this malady ls so excitable BO 1mIstable so Imprcsslonablo In a Y I4iporaneotho unthinking advicq to take lnoIlsplrlta ne a stay In wcoknesj Tuna j cugvfctlan Is that alcoholic t jJbutwxtheyand only for a Unified time like daypr other powerful drug j dtr p Poisoned by Liquor r Sir William OullAiH la credited wilt tbo following significant utter ancp A very largo ltutdberof peo r In ore lffJknowingbe poisoned by theta I hardly know tithanit Is known butl know alcohol1 tojboX a most destructive poison I eay from 7 my cxperlencothatlt the lutistr tie tstructure agent that we arc uwanfdt In tins country rPOWER FROM SUNSHINE 41 How It Is Obtained by Ute of Reflectors Kloetrie power front sunllaht appears uoru woHdorful than Unman li V tho MrwiiM or wind Yut we know tonwtlitiic or tho vast heat of the nun SoL I usrffimi for otiarntlne pumps have ln in use In tlltTorwit parts of ttiu i ulh Iw several year now and thou ullue in warm oUmatae whoro the IJUllbl of dnyg of deer suneTttno nlltpni uiurt must steadily lner nso OBO f tin mom iteo safiil of those x lai tnurUinoH Is boated near laARgj t 0 Irrigate f ult land An nuUHiiutu stand carrying treat ro lloct toUoWa the eotirsu of till sun ns nisiiariy um Use boat tolwsmpo over med and the tans rays aro IJOlntlierlocated Wllhtn an hour after sun MM tilt kept of the run relies tho tompWBtor of the wator to the boll lursolnt and thus oroauts steam rtr Crtotsons Solar Engine iin4 Uw SHsmplM BMckhwiT belles Ita days wart and keep It up until sun dowiTV few+r ut the sun for beatlnic haHi Cry heltaletly appr4etole by 0 ta IB the pat hat toe i ro llc ttoH 1 istttte aow that It air the coil Iioa t rds oat we would tone W able to run Mssxb of veer inaolilanry front tho Ill er of Ute win With 600 mlr rant ifOfMrljr arrswgKl to locus the rays vM OIHI Pfltnt a tperIIIr of wow twn 1001 llecnHIII tee boon ob lalswl This aliiwst equals one firth the I jh temperature reoordod liy the tdvctrlc Turnown which In cimald end today the mot powerful best Ing n pNniUM over discovert As Chore Is ae malt to the number of mirrors thst may IH ompkiyod says SI Nlehotas sad as tho Intensity of the tNt laorenses In iro ortlun to the numbw of rays mlloctod by tho mittens k Uooneulvablo that a torn jinmiuw may bo obtained In time that vrlll surpass anything over dreamed of In the Mat or present hitching the sun to run electric motors for furnishing light and pox er fut tear homes and factories is tho very latest noJilovomont of the mod ern work of harnessing tho elements to do lanes work and ono square yard of sunshine In tho tropics may rcprMiJht oa the arorago ono horse KINDERGARTENORATOR t I would Ilko In speak flat I dont know how Ho 111 tup right hero rind make my bow Julia II May In St Nicholas + 4 TOO HOT FOR RIM Little Montana Ctrl Treats Bear to 7 a F1ot Water Bath j In Montana a few weeks ago a girl Ini I Miry Wllllnms 13 years old was alone In herfather cabin when a bear entered For n tlmo bruin looked nrqund In a curlono pay having never made a i soclnlcall before but presently ho began growling at tho girl and showing signs of an Intention to eat her- On the store wall a kettle of hot water with a Hipper In It Mary backed up to the stove as tile bear advanced upon her and though she watVery much frightened she seized Pol f the dipper anti flunk a pint of lbailing wat r In Ills face It was as good as If w had been shot with a cannon He taared with pain says the De trait Fnv Press rollwJ over on the floartand tuplled thiwijfh the door and did notatop rtitoiInK for a mile lie nad probiA ly seen rooms hot times I before but thin was tb j art ilDio be lilld tSlt any hyCiat r CURIOUS COIN TRICKS Balancing a FlftyCent Piece Upon Rim of Glass It would appear to bo very 111m cult to bolniivv a BOqcnt piece by Its edge on tho rim of a wIno glrfss but no grout difficulty will bo experienced If tho following Instructions are faith fully observed Tflko two ordinary small dinner forks and between tho central prongB of pack push In the hnlf dollar at time Miiio tlmo adjusting the forks so that time prongs Ho ono ovum time olhur Balancing Coin on Edge of Glass now gently place the edge of tho coin on the rim of the glass time exact position will require a little searching for Wit It Is by no moons dinictilt to Und When correctly placed time coin will be In such a condition of stable equilibrium as to permit ot being rock ed up and down with absolute free dom Tho drawing Fig 1 shows clearly tho position In which tho forks and coin aro to bo placed Another neat little feat of doctor Ity nut ono by no moons so difficult as It aim oars says Montreal Herald eonslMs In placing a rouleau of coins on tho elbow and by a quick move moot catching thorn In the band Tho forearm and hand aro to bo place In a horizontal position with tho coins on tho upper aspect of tho elbow ns depleted In PIg t U will bo noticed on looking carefully at title UiHf the fwlm of the hand Is upper aloof The hand Is now swiftly brought dawn describing In its course a circle and without any conscious offort to make tor tho colas direct they will bo found to strike against the palm In Its descent anti of course are tlchtly gripped The simplicity of the trek turns on the filet that when the hand It hrouKbt down In the matter Indliaicd It describes an arc which rub through tho taint at i t T Catching Coin from Elbow which tho elbow was situated this la the prime reason why no conscious attempt at making for the colas nod bo made Papa Must Walt Little Dorothy won an only child antI like many another her ono wish was for a baby brother or sister Ono day when she had asked her papa to got her ono he had laughingly replied that It WAS too expensive and ho could not afford itNot long after this Dorothy and her papa were taken by a friend Jor an automobile ride Tho friend talked enthusiastically upon tho pleas ores of motoring urging Dorothys father to buy an auto Dorothy listened In silence for awhile then broke out excitedly with Xo Mr It papa cant go to any more expense till ho buys me a now baby brother Crow Serve a as Alarm Clock Wlnsted QnnA crow has acted ns an alarm clock for John Ilobcock of Deep River for two years Every morning at daylight It caws loudly anti keeps mho noise up until John Jippoara Then after feeding It files away and evidently spends Its days In the woolls Tlio bird seams to bear a charmed life as when It first began to mako lu visits Charles A Klrklaml who then lived next door tool soy ernl shots at It but fortunately miss edItNow the crow is so well known that tho person who attempted to shoot It would get himself In a lot of trouble It Looked Small to Him There was a small Scotch boy who had fho quality ot astuteness highly developed Tho boys grandmother says time Liverpool Post was packing Lila luncheon for him to take to school Suddenly looking up Into the old ladysfucc he lIalt- lGrandmother do yer specs mag nify A little my child she answered Awed then said the boy I would just like It If yo would take them oft when yere packing my bench A Farmers Strange Story A farmer of Caroline coOnty Va Mr O D Plots tells a very strange story Rhllo II owlug with a pair of horses on his farm ho turned upa nest containing what he supposed to be turtleeggs lie put them In Mi pocket to curry them Ijome Some time later when he took up his coat ho felt something moving and upon Investigation found that the eggs had hatched and bIt pocket was fiU of young Bsakt a rAdiI4 AAAAiAAAitWAStJt4 ei4fr Ig JOSEPH SOLD BY X HIS BROTHERS ia j Sunday School Lctloa for April 21 1907 w- If Specially prepared for this paper C Y MOtI Yl Y1YYYOMYY tNK Yttlttlt 1- 1YYt M58SON TKXT Gen 1752S moan 7Iverses M- OorDR TIIXTOIJPor whor envying and strife In thf rf In ronfunlon und every evil workJas Jlft- TIMHlf Jb rutnslni1 In Jailnn IUUR 49 year Jowpirii capture would bo about U C 1021 II years after Jacobs re turnPLACIDllebren the liom of Isaac Cad Jacob 18 mllat south of Jerusalem iUMrlMM In smart M matte north of Dothan K mdse north of She tR i RCIUJrtTftAT nCFRnINCRSBlllll1 MtfIHt tile palofK of tfYflI firlKonb twwm JOMpIl und Chrim tobn S41 84 1017 111 Matt 213742 SU1S SU GI5 toe ttIS MalL 8flMI Comment and Suggestive Thought The Fathers Partiality Gen 373 After his reconciliation with Esau Ja cob moved on alone with his family lit finally settled Hobrcm sq lhor Jerusalem where Isaac died at tho ngb of 180 On the Journey thither Rachel the beloved passed away In giving birth to BenJamin and the aloud of that grief novtit lifted from Jacobs life slut another heavy grief was added a torn by dissen slon the hatred of Josephs brothers toward that best lovod son Joseph from this point occupies tho center of the stage Joseph whoso name means Stay God add was born In Padanaram 17 oars before the tlmo of tile lesson Ho was Knchold eldest son nnd In horltcd from her a beauty of tate of manner and of character which had tho profoundest Influence upon his tortuous At tho same time from his father Jacob and his grandmother ifo bekalt tho lad nherlt 11 Quickness of Intellect readiness to grasp advantages the marked ability to get on In the world borhpMuiathis future was his fathers manifest partiality for him Josoph was tho sun of his old age born when Jacob was over 90 The Broths Hatred Gen 374 Josephs coorfot many colors was like to havu been a winding shoot Whyto It should be borne In mind that Jacob was a polygamist and that his children were by different moth ers wino although living under Uiu name roof and thus compelled to maintain a semblance of harmony must have often come Into collision through their overanxloly to promote Uio interests of their own offspring Principal Hollands Ono of the many sad evils of polygamy Is the family Jealousy that It causes The Young Reformer Gen 372 As Joseph was the youngest son It was his duty to watt upon his broth noallli especially upon tho sons of flllbah his mothers handmaid with whom lie would naturally bo brought up Whllo ho was In the field with them and with the sons of Zllpah they did something so wrong that he was obliged to toll his father and thus hits brothers became still more embittered against him If there was a deep sympathy between Joseph and his father It would have been Impossible for him to keep back anything In which ho was deeply Interested Hlalkle Somo commentators think that Joseph was mado an overseer of these brothers and was thus obliged to report their misconduct When io Report WrongDoing Talebearing Is reporting tho wrong deeds of others In a censorious self righteous way taking pleasure In them or wishing to Injure the wrong doors or In a careless and gossiping fashion Josephs life shows that he was too manly to do such a thing The Prophetic Dreams Vs 5ii Josephs life all other lives tn the lllble even Jacobs and Daniels was bound up wlthdrcauis ills work In Egypt proved that he was practical and wldo awake To men of that yety- characterfor Instance Paul toften disclosed the future in vie tonsltwo dreams were evidently Intended to be signs of tho steadfastness of tho dl StollsesInKyet were couched In sifch imagery as not to Inform him prematurely of his destiny and only to bo understood af ter their hncntRuskln In Stones of Venice The Lad at WorkVs 1217 Joseph though his fathers favorite was not a spoiled home pet but bo was trusted with Important commissions thrust out upon his own resources put to work That is best for any boy The Murderous PlotVs 1832 V 18 And when they saw him afar oft As Joseph descended the ridge which bounds tile Plain of Dotlian on the south Harper his figure Wour1lanti- oUt against the skyline would be marked by the keen eyef tho shop horde They conspired against him to stay him Evil thoughts in the heart take the first opportunity to get themselves In action The Sorrowful FatherOen 3729 36 Reuben was not present during this sale of Joseph When he learned wont bad been done his grief was great Tho artifice by wblch the brothers successfully sought to dwctlvu their father as to tho cause of Josephs non appearance was Just such a trick as Jacob himself had played on his fath er In time matter of the birthright It was completely successful and the wretched men well compelled to wit- snt for years the heavy sorrow otho bereaved parent That sight must have toucbvd their savage alureaI THAW COMMISSION IS PUZZlE t t tiDY CONFLICT AMONG I THE QNNOUNCEI1ENT THaVTneV DesfrtdVoReiteW Prfvat Examination of Prisoner Was In ThePfatureota Surprise I L Icw prlla H wasclgnniW ly stated alter a scsalpn which aetef- Ironi m IO d7fdckDtu sday murntny untllteSO tern tka4dho lunacy conn iniisioa iyjUclU qlllrlng lntatbS present mOlH l stalPoJtarrIlThaw rs neiKJas and willHnVe reported itseun clnslona toISwifffe tfltitfsvafil bcfbic1 thohoueiMr too Thaw Jtffy Iota port In courrim Thursday mornlilB- Tharo wiltUm a Uriel public wwilou of the commlssjotitohenr a final Ilt nQtI an allonjfijorfereil by District Attorney jluraijyt and then willjjfpllow u private 1J pInl ami +1 exami nation r the defendant HwfcB taiiHrimfrniy IBe inenv Ibers flf th6co3inrtBSIon amltlio offlrtal Monographer wcold be present at Thaws ladt ordoalf boUt attorneys for the dedfonse and the district attorney being barred The announcement that the commis lion desired to renewRspr1Yato ex ntnlnatlonof Thaw camp at the end ol o day of I11l1ny wllnollS08 and was in the nature Of a compete It rprltciI The1 decision was probably Iluo to the conflicting rhdracttif of the teitl mony heard i It was another battleof altenlaU with those engaged by the district at ornoy declaring Thawito be absolute ly Incapable Qf understanding hU own condition of realizing the noturp ot the charge a Jnst or ot ratlopoi ly conferring counsel while those engaged by tub defneso declare that Thaw throughbnt the trial had acted In a rational manner had rationally advised his counsel In their hearing end fully understood find appreciated everything connected with his case end trial t Exports toy tliaproSQputlgpadritted- they had ronohedUlolr pngll1sJ ns iia td ThSwi mental unsoundness rLAY DEAD UPON MOUNTAIN Atlanta GirL Murdered While Sight Seeing Cha tanoojin Tonn April 3The lifeless hotly of Lillie Palmer a hand some ISyearold girl of Atlanta was found In an abandoned railroad cut on the side of lyookout mountain with bEr throat cut front ear to ear The aim thorlUes are looking for Ed Turner who came hore from AlIJ1n1A wIth the girl and who la believed to have cUd inlttod the murder Bxcitemput was high neat the scene of tho killing and had Turner beu found In that section a necktfo party would have been time result The evidence adduced before the coroners Jury caine largely from t F Itoevcs and J E Jones both At lanta boys who came hero on the same train with the couple They state that Turner and the Palmer woman hail been married The four went to the foot or h mountain Fur- nerand the woman started to walk theniountain the boys reo Burning to take u car to the city Tnr tier was seen to take a car to the city He was alone Time only cause that can be assigned for tho piurder Is jealousy Jtlweis ort 7000 Soren Baltimore Md ApdTirjlo homo of Mr and MrsR6s6 W Whistler was robbed of 7000 worth of Jewelry The Uurglars forcVil the basement door of thd homo vIm mCy aril while the occupants slept ratfsackcl the upper floors Tho Jewelry taken from tho dressing able In Mrs Whist lera room was worn by hqr to the theater One of tho rings taken was valued at 2000 and was bought In Paris as an engagement ring Women Trampled and Hurt Spartansburg S Cv April 3TILe flqor of Macedonia church fell with it qr sli during thp funeral of Huv J JtL Drown a former v pastor ilen women and clill ren Tised for Um doors praying shouting and causing n stampede Sev rn women fainted and were trampled fopon sustaining palufut InJuHcsiadhbughiio fatalities were reported t rr J Slfl giro In Sari San Francisco April finThoelcctrlc power house at Twehtysccoail ant George streets Is burning and several sections of the city are In darkness Many theaters are without lights ana business houses arc In the somet pre dlcament Fho men were Injured at Icasi one of whom will die The loss lac esltmatettat25000041 Wieana Babe Shot beao Wiuchestor VaVpr11 3M Flint Jllll Happalinhnodk c6vnt Henry Foster a young farmer when WaU ng with the wlfo anil twoinonthaold babe suddenly draw his rcvolVer undln etnntly Wiled both of tnem Foster then turned the weapon jjpuu hlmscif and blew Qplhis brains JJo reasou lit known deed3000 Sce Negro Hanged Victoria Tax Ajnll aXellx Powell A negro convicted of complicity in the killing of Mrs A J Condltt and her four children at their homo nopr Edna on Seytejnber 28 1903 was hanged hero Fully3000 saw the ex ecution j iiK Banker Gets Threes Years Mar9aw Mov Apjll3rilaj H W Salmon convicted of Illegal banking wan refused a new trIal and ienteuutd to three years lu the penitentiary An Bpji al will be tAken io the state rot preuie court a4ilr a lass Berea College 04 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places tho BEST EDUCATION In roach of all- Over t r 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest oollega llbrcry In Kentucky HO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade andor each main subject Smany classes that each student can be placed with others lUte himscJJ where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least adsjLcecL iae lctureeq libraryand general advantages as for more advanced students Arith DrawingSingingmentetc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished Eftk trade tra tone and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Munigemect Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Mtnagcmenl Learn and EarnA- CADEMY REGULAR COURSE s yean for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interest tag studies to fit a young person for am honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma bf Agriculture and a young lady k Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL s years to fit for business Etc I part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY REPARATORY two thr and four yrcourses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE lour years Literary Scieatific and Classical tours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all Modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses It for the profession sl teaching First year parallel to 8tl grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter aad E spring terms give the information culture and training necessary fw a true teacher and cover branches necessary fer State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano 1 Theory Band may be takea u u extra la ceanccdoa 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 aad the School expends pa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yearpmore than ho pays in This great deficit is made up by the lChristian 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 the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in Collage buildings an- depitin workof boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win J ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so at to earn from 60 cents U ono dollar a week I PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books et vary with different people Berea favors pima clothing Our clitnau is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the r weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes an necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet artults work uniforms umbrellas and ottar necessary articles at cost urine Expenses are really below cost The College asks BO rent for the fine buildings in which students live enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights an lwalhing of bedding aria towels For table board without coffee or extras 130 a week in the fallk and 9150 io winter For room furnished fuel lights washhtting of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in School Fees are two First a Dollar Dp9tit u guarantee forlreturn pf rppm key library books etc This is paid but once and returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Ftt to nelp on expenses for taro of school building hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction it a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment ntut be 5a advance incidental fee and room rent by the lean firTor28th day 600 60th day t600 total 20 If paid all ia advance 28 For Spring Tern 10 weelaFirst day S144028th day 540 60th day ye270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900 t Longer Winter Terra 16 weekFirst day 2080 day t OOO 513th day 600 84th day 160 total 8800 ifpaid all Inv advance 637b0- Refunding Students excused to leave before Bard of terra receive lack all t have advanced on bpardand room except tht no allow ante is made for any fraction of a weekend a fee of fifty yenta it charged for leaving the ana fifty cenU for leaving a room la term tune There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays ta Stay When bars made your journey and art well started in school it pays to starse long ss possiblelj TheFirst Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or frietidly advice writs ti the Secietary 1 I 1WILL C 1 t BEREA KENTUCKY I r j11 Tai Premium Knife taken the 6CII of limo men and who see it The nionntnin Nhkworth more to the mouhtuin l+ nplo thUu iiuy f olfier dollar paper J j in th6 world a- I i The Krafe and Th Gitirsn for One Dollar 1 That brings hi subscriptious all the time See fulllit miumr1ii1CII page 7 a tTHE HOME I Helpful Suggestions To Clean Lamp Burners After continual use the lamp burners will get dirty and dingy I think the following a good way to clean them Put the burners in a stew kettle and cover them with boiling water Add a tablespoonful or BO of wood ashes and a lump of lye soap Set on the stove and boil half an hour Take off and dry the burners then brighten them up by the use of powdered charcoal or brick dust Care of FlatironMany people have been annoyed at finding their irons quite rusty after they have been put away a few days The way to prevent this happening is before you put them away to rub a little warm grease over them and then wrap them in brown paper When you take them out to use dip thorn into hot water that has had a small piece of soda dissolved in it rub dry and then put them to heat in the usual way When they are ready to bcf used on the ironing board have a piecoof brown paper with a little powdered bathbrick on it and rub the surface of your iron with this It seems rather a lengthy process but it really door not take long to do and housewives will bo rewarded for the trouble they havp taken by finding the irons delightfully smooth and easy to use and whey they are like this the ironing can be done twice as quickly 1THE SCHOOL I Problems ef the Istriet Scheol- By Prof Dlnf more Part ITIIIIIII Te I Kspt In Mind 3 Consult the Trustees The wisest men need counsel The President has his Cabinet the Governor his staff and the teacher is fortunate in having his board of trustees whose duty it is to render him assistance in time of need He will often have occasion to use their wisdom They know the neighborhood better than be does They are more likely to have the outside view point th nhe They should be consulted in respect to general regulations before they are put into operation If they can neith er add to thorn nor subtract from them they can indorse them and once hav 1 ing indorsed them they are bound to stand by them They should be J consultedabout individual cases thataroJdiflicuH of adjustment Their practical every day wisdom will be very helpful Their wide experience in outside matters will often enable them to suggest measures and expedi ents that the teacher would never think of And finally they be advised of many things not so much for anj1 assistance they can render as for their own enlightenment The more they know about your plans and about the school the more will they be interested By revealing to them your methods and the reasons for them you will yourself see more clearly the strong and weak points of these methods and reasons 4 Keep in Touch with the County SuperintendentThere is no one individual who is deeply interested in all the schools of the county as the County Superintendent He is keenly alert to the welfare of every school and every teacher You may be sure he is ever on the lookout for excellency and quick to discover its signs He has three ways of judg ing teachers First at the County Institute There he has a week to watch the interest and activity of each one If a teacher is always en hand is wide awake takes part intelligently when called upon and never flags in attention he makes a mental note of it and determines to keep an eye on him as his school progresses If on the other hand a 1teacher attends unwillingly chooses a backseat offers excuses when called upon is listless in attention he notes that also and determines something very differentThe way is by the reports sent in If the monthly report is carefully filled out neatly written and shows a good record of attendance and mailed promptly it is much to the teachers credit Any negli gence will be counted against him The third is by his annual visit No matter whether you know when ho is coming or not you should be prepared for him The schoolshould know that the County Superintendent is interested in them and should be instructed to look forward to his coming with pleasant anticipations Pains should be taken by everybody because we want to be seen at our best Specimens of work in every branch should be laid aside for his Mn pection Every pupil should have some part in welcoming and entertain ing him and should be instructed to this end When he comes whether by appointment or by surprise he should be introduced to the school All should rise and extend a pleasant greeting by saying good morning or good evening Mr A Then the work should go on for a time just as usual until two or three classes have been heard Then an invitation to speak to the school may be extended At the close make an appropriate remark or two and call for a school song At recess he may be shown thu work that baa been laid aside or put upon the walls and be told of any special efforts you are making toward the improvement of the school If ho can stay overnight and give an ed ucational address to the people of the district in the evening it should be an excellent thing Ask him to do this and if ho consents send word to every family in the district and see that the house is comfortable and well lighted Most county superintendents know what matters to emphasize in such a meeting and it is certain to result in much good x A short letter with each monthly report telling something of your plans and the progress the school is making will be appreciated He will be glad also to advise with you on any difficult matter in connection with your teaching to tell you what books to read or what educational journals will be most helpful to you Continued Next Week e ITHE FARM I The Value of Testing Seed Corn Ily Francis O ClArk Ono of the most important problems before tho farmers of our Ken tucky corn belt is that of the choosing and testing of seed corn It is no longer sufficient that one who intends to make a success of growing corn should put off the choosing of seed until time for planting and then use what may be left in the crib The successful farmer will pick out the best ears in tho fall and put them away in some dry place where they will be kept free from mice and mould As other states have increased their average yield per aero from ten to twenty bushels by a system of selection and testing how can any in dustrious farmer afford to neglect this important part of his leading crop r There are various devices for testing seed but all depend upon the same principles namely those that make it sprout A seed must have wa ter air and heat if it is to grow thus anything which gives these condi tions may be successful One of the simplest plans is to take two common plates one of which may be filled with sand Upon this we can place a known number of the kernels which we wish to test After the corn is in place put the second plate upside down over the first and set the tester in an ordinarily warm room where the temperature is from 70 to 80 degrees Water should be sprinkled on lightly each day We should examine our tester twice a day to see that the sand does not become dry and to determine how much has sprouted After six days count the number of kernels which have sprout ed and thus we can see what percent will grow rlfwe put in 100 kernels and 80 of them sprout we know that our seed is only fair We should not plant corn that tests below 80 per cent Instead of using sand in the tests one can use either a soft cloth or a piece of blotting paper Care shouldbe taken to keep these well dampened as they will not hold water as long as the sand Do not allow water to stand in the tester This device is a simple one yet one when used will mean navy dollars to the farmers of our section To bring the matter closer home to the individual farmer suppose he raises 60 acres of corn that yields 50 bushels per aero his total yield would be 3000 bushels By selecting the best ears and testing tho samples it is possible for him to increase the yield 10 bushels per acre which would mean GOO bushels If this be sold at 50 cents a bushel it would mean an increase in profit of 8300 Surely this would be good pay for the few hours which are required to make the tests This same system may be used in testing any other kind of seed a l oteoeoeooososoooosog 10History last Regiment took 14 Civil War 0- ooeooeoaooeoeooooeo CHAPTER XVII The 22d of June 1864 by order of General Stoadman I took command D u guard of forty men twenty of the Eighth and twenty of the SIxtyeighth Indiana 4o guard J70 federal prison ers to tho front They were deserters and bounty Jumpers belonging to Tar lone commands gathered up principally from the large cities and were as dirty lousy and reckless a set of men as could well be found on the globe Some of them boasted that they bad received six bounties At noon I received the rolls and prisoners and with my guards boarded the top of two long freight trains containing ammunition The power of the unob strutted rays of the sun on the newly painted boxea was oppressive and the water In our canteens soon became a few degrees above blood heat As the rebels were dally tearing up mils placing torpedoes between the ties and frequently cutting the telegraph wires and firing on passing trains hlltsjntand back A train had been blown up near Reaaca the evening before by a torpedo evidently tho work of disloyal citizens or emissaries or bored by them The thought of riding over tons of powder and striking one of theee explosive and Inflammable magazines was yet moro unpleasant than the fear of rebel bullets or the blistering heat At dirk we arrived at Hesaca and were telegraphed to- by over until morning Wo passed a sleepless night Some of our Jill birds were evidently anxious to give us the slip but the untiring vigilance of the guards aided by the light of a bright full moon enabled us to keep our prisoners within prescribed limits but not until several of than had been touched by the persuasive point of the bayonet Early the 23d I oxide req uisition on Colonel Moore command Ing the post and received ono days scant rations which the bounty jumpers ate for breakfast At Kingston we met two long trains of hospltnl cars tiled with roocatly wounded men- The floors were paved with bleeding heroes of the Fourth Corps I found Colonel Price Lieutenants Drown and Buckley of the Twentyfirst Kentucky and many others whose faces wero fa millar among the wounded How our hearts warmed toward theso brave men who had stood by us BO nobly tit Stoner River Calcanmugi IODtoiut and other places Looking thru the train for acquaintances white ghostly bandages with here and there a large rusty spot of blood mft our gaze on every side Aa the attendants amo along with canteens of stimulating oof fee graced only with sugar tin cups were extended In all sorts of hands except strong ones The dull pale faces brightened as the cups were filled and tho ghost of a cheer greeted the coffee man as he entered another oar Standing over Lieutenant Drown I asked him how he was He looked uP with a faint smile and replied Why Captain bully Common as was this army phrase it sounded from the pale lips ot Brown who was badly wounded manly and noble These end two more carloads were wounded In eaten the22d at Kulps House near Pine Mountain We did not reach Big Shanty until near dirk The was the terminus of our railroad travel After deploying my guards around tho risoners I went to General Shermans headquarters In a house near the station The adjutant general readily onsentedl to furnish me guides to pilot us to the headquarters of General Thomas where I was ordered to re POrt At that moment the great flanking general came walking dn his heavy sword and spurs clinking over the bare floor The adjutant ad dressed him saying Genera hero is a captain from Chattanooga with a lot of bounty Jumpers and scalawags from our army I have Just sent for one of the boys to pilot him to Thomas headquarters The general stool meditatively about one minute then said to me Captain the road is thru swamps and thickets full of stubs and mud holes and it Is cloudy You had best form a bull pen of your guards around your pets and wait until morn- Ing then you shall have au escort I thanked the taU old hero add cor ralled the prisoners for the night The 24th our Fix miles march was slow many of the prisoners being bart tooted and quite lazy At 10 ocloc- ka m I turned over to Colonel Park hum provost marshal Deportment of the Cumberland our pets His adjutant proceeded to call tho roll and pIck out the men that belonged to that department The skirmishers near the base of Kenesaw Mountain kept up an Incessant popping during the evenIng while the cannon of thee enemy thundered from their high posI- tion east and south of us At 2 oclock p m we again took charge of our pets except the 130 belonging to that department and proceeded eastward In the rear of tho long lines of our vigilant army to the headquart era of General McPherson Department of the Tennessee situated nearly north of and near the base Of Kenesav Hero Colonel Wilson provost marshal was kind enough to relieve my guards during the night but said he could not furnish us rations I then called on General McPherson who after hoar Ing tho statement of the superlees con dltlon of both guards and prisoners and the sleepless vigilance that nd been required to watch these men most of whom dreaded the idea of w court marshal or worse digging pick et holes under fire aproved my requls Itlon and soon a wagon was dispatch ed to DIg Shanty and returned about midnight with the much needed grub The moonlight enabled the pickets to keep up a lively skirmish the Lit ter part of the night along the aide of the mountain But the loss of sleep for two nights enabled us to sleep regardless of hostilities within nrtll ery range of Adjutant F Earls tent where we reposedTO CONTINUED NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tertlty Toll Information ConcernIng Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians t THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Iter Are Fund Aouratly Btt tttd the Happening of the Largttt Im port Which Are Attracting Atten- Mn Thr uoh ut Kentucky t Lexington Ky April GIt is an pounced that Commonwealths Attor neT James P Adams and Prosecutor D IU Jouott will go before the Ken tacky court of Appeals at once and ink that tho case against Judge James Hargia whoso trial on a charge of murdering Dr D D Cox has been sot for Sandy Hook Elliott county be remanded to Dreathltt county for trial CHARGES PLOT TO MURDER Accountant Grow Sensational In Suit Against Millionaire Turfman Lexington Ky April 2A plot to murder him for insurance money is charged by Clarenco M Thomas Cln cinnati expert accountant against William L Qroddy a millionaire turf man of Versailles Ky in a suit for f15000 filed against Oraddy In United States court at Lexington for aliena tion of Mrs Thomass affections Attorney William 1C Blmonton one of Thomass lawyers declared tho pros ecution had a letter in which Mr Oraddy advIsee Mrs Thomas to kill Thomas with a gun or poison This letter will be produced at tho trial according to Simonton Thomas was married in Baltimore In August 1903 The suit says Grad dy met Mrs Thomas in Baltimore In 1904 according to Thomas Qroddy persuaded Mrs Thomas to leave her husband and go to Louisville where she has been living ever since Qraddy has a wife and two daughters STRAY DULLET HITS WOMAN oulrrtlle Shopper la Perhaps Fatally Wounded by Negroes In Fight Louisville Ky April 2ltIraT- 1wJmas Turner a whlto woman of good family and John Soloman a negro were fatally wounded as the result of a shooting aray between Solomon and Sam Mitchell Tho two egrocs began shooting at each other In the neighborhood of Second and Walnut streets at a time when the thoroughfare was welt lied with shop- Vera and a panic almost resulted Mrs Turner stepped out of a grocery jest an the first shot was fired and the bullet pierced her lungs Doth 1cUms are not expected to live Mitchell was arrested HORSES FOR GERMAN ARMY lexIngton Visited by Kaisers Repre sentative Who Wants 1000 Head Lexington Ky April 5Dr Arnold lank a representative of the Gorman government has arrived here for tho purpose of purchasing 1000 thorough bred to be used by the officers of tho Qennasa army Dr Frank will bUT- 1iIWd geldings and stulllona which are serviceably sound but they must be 16 hands high and have a good conformation Tho mares will bo- l1Ied for breeding purposes after they are too old for army service Dr Frank came to this country from Australia where he purchased 1000 thoroughbred horsed for the German army ELKS AT WAR Rival Organizations Are Having a Tilt In Kentucky Frankfort Ky April 4 Secretary ot State MoCheaney on written pro test from the Frankfort lodge of Elks refused to file in tho department or secretary of state articles of lacer toratlon of the Kentucky Grand Lodge Improved Benevolent and Pro teethe Order of Elks of tho World a Louisville association and ordered cancelled tho charter heretofore issued to the Falls City Lodge Louisville mproved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World 1 No SecretNo Patent Dr Northcutts Prescriptions MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Pharmaceutical Co llNCOHlOUATi II RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Best Is None Too Good If You Are Sick Elix Asthma Cure If suffer with Asthma Hay Fever or Troubled Res- piratJon take Dr Northcutts Asthma Elixir The Ideal Liver Tonic- If you suffer with Indigestion Sour Stomach Loss of Appetite Gastritis Derangement of Stomach or Liyer take Dr Northcutts Ideal Liver Toni- cRheumatic Elix If you suffer with Sciatica Neuralgia Acute or Chronic Rheumatism with or without fever take Dr 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subject to W D LOGSDON I When you want good things at low prices hes the man to talk with f 20 pounds Granulated Sugar f ioo Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 t2 Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before xo oclock will be delivered befort aooaLAll orders taken between xo and 3 will be delivered afttraooa ILogsdons UptoDate Grocery Store I I1 W kttkllktrUltlssttl tldltet grteklMHlMtrp 4 UNCLE Si IS ASKE TO EXPLAIN INTERFERENCE UP LATINAMERICAN WAR BY STOPPING PORT BOMBARDMENT ra X S Marines Placed Hotchklss Gum In Positions So As To Sweep Seaward Approach Washington April IIr Corcu till Nlraraiuan mlnliter called at lIII maio deimrtmtnt and Inquired as h what authority Philip L Irovn aeoto- tary of tho American iBgutlon to Qua trinalu lead for hU Intorforonca wits the hotnlKirdment of AiimpJmln lion Uurai by Uie Nloaraguan foroe Such Interferencu on his part is I radical step and nit Central America topobllr are much Intanmded In tit oaiconi State deportment omclaJ have refiiioU to tllseloso what Mi Ilrnwok Ineinictlonft have been IhvsMenl Honllla of Ilondurun II Mill surrounded at Amapala so tar ru the slate department know but Un Imoibar4motii of thq town by Mean yuan giinboatt has cwued aocordln to ttlapatclttfl received from Philip I lirown ateratory to the American to K tloo to Giiaiemulrt and Hond raa- Tt InlteO SU tt a crulur Ohlong and the gunboat Pfluoelnn en bulb iinnwH to lm lying near the laird om which Amapala It sntttated auil the 1 ros nM of thea mo American war ebipa ta suppeed to be largely roenor t 1 sible for the halt In the bombardment Puerto Cosec Honduras March as Tta New OrtmnB IA Apsl4The In tent loo of the Inltwl SUltAN In land 1M martnea on the llotMtaran cwia and the evident kUKmlt granted thOb in protecting foreign life and prop lty Ia excHim raucti comment hero II has ben romnrked as eeneclally itIt nlnVant that Ute American lamllni trills ROt only hers but at CSIba sad Trnjlltu hay In oaeh Instant lilawd a lIoteHkkM pin witch Ute tack aahoro with thorn so at to sweet tJNo seaward appreoeb- Tb fofp sera 1teI1ne that thli mraaa th United States will not per cult the ports lo be bonibardeil In Mtmnrh aa M per NlDt of the houses l re sad nt Cn a boloag lo foreigner cannmi el9t fired loin either plans would 19 most damage to tonricn 4rwned pt esiyr It hi b+ilreil that la aN ro tN tw shorts Nksaragua BunboaiawIU be kpl off ay the Hntel kin usyt at TrtUllb ttaeplt the tact WIlt It la a Honduran port h Hocituran gunboat will not be at lowed to bombanl In any aUewpt tc Tea U o port from the XIoan Buana Bath ouantrle are treated bn iwrilally to bin rsspee6 FIVE CHILDREN And the Parents Perish In the Moun tain Forest Fires AaMlIIe v C April 4Tbe fml IT of MtfMur SlnRorfolt a crippled HMHBMInoor who lived near Ilurko SMMt was burned to death In a forest tn which dMtroyeit the bnmj soon utter bo had net It U thought a aim lar tale when out In tho mountains loret fires had been raging ulcht and day In the south mountains Hlnger felts wlfowent RCIWHI the ruoiintaini to a lumbar camp and reported the ills ltM arancc of her luwband Aa the fires were drawing near the Singer trtt lame Irs slnjrreolt was advised to take hor children and flue but bo- lleving that her husband would return liy the following morning she decided to wait another day In tho night vb n thoy slept the homo waa burned ftd Ui uiotbur and her five chlldrai perlehe4 P nlC3F6I1 wl In Quakes Wake l onwtfcrdaja Leland of SL Ml chaols AXOTO Islands April 4Vlo Imt earth shocks jirovjillod throughoul F this Island during tho nlghL Th worst disturbance ooeurred at Vllll Pranca where tla panlostrlcken pco tile fled to Uo outskirts ot tho turn The weallhlof Inhabitants are leaving Villa Franca the ancient capital of St Tllcbaelj wJUch was twice previous leslroyod by volcanic eruptions being practically swollowcxl up by eruption of nlUd In 1B22 A Triple Tragedy Wllllamsport Pa April 4Wbat Ii believed tn bo a double murdor und nuloldp tool place at WofttporL Clln Ion county whore Mrs John Comtek end hot children were found dead if strychnlno poisoning Mrs Conner J1U41 tbdcn In poor health for several months nail frequently expressed a fear that she might die and leave hoi babos Without her carp w Bank Cashier Found Dead Wichita Kan April 4nr W II Jj + lRbUoasliliirDtHia taco Danll ol GodlIiIlCanJjwa8 founddcad n mitt vistBf poAfnrd nnd It Is believed lit xmmttod His death resulted from a pistol fihot and tho woapcc was found near tho hotly IFive Are Victims Passaic N J aprll 4A mother amitfour of her children perished In I tenement house fire hero Tho vie urns were Mrs Plillomcna Sotopo 2 yearn bid Mary aged 7 Llbrlauo flcqaB Antonio 3 and Joseph ugc 1 7 x JapFearing In Vashlnston April iznThe Imtutgra ttotfbureafii wan hun drcda of Inv8tralteneil ctr Xjunistnncos have arrlvcdIn Mexico ot their way to this country Some a them have been denjqd admlsaion I HUNTED OVER THREE CONTINENTS YEARFOR MORE THAN FRANK CONSTANTINE Charged With Has Ing Committed a Murder Makes What He Says Is a Complete Confession New York xAprIl firMrs A AV Gentry of ftvonuo Chicago cut her own throat In my prwtuco to fore I could prevent her I did not murder tbo woman OB Is beloved Hunted over three contlnoflU for more than it year and charged wtU having committed n inimle trhlah nt treated national attention Krnuk Cn slautlne weary of deception made what he says Is a complete confession of his knowledge ln the famous affair lib story Is a strange nlnw t welnl One and the polio smile nt it vhlU prettarlnc to hlp the tuna to Chicago ter trial Mrs Gentrys loath It will bt nth called occurred under strange circuit ttaneen The only facts known In eAu neetton with the case were these which wer supidanieuted by Conston tine Whll the vromnni husband wan In hia ofllc obllvlou of a tragedy in hh hum Mm Gentry Btnixorod down two night oi curving Molr totterotl le tho door of a physician ie it iig In the bum and when tho uoctofopOn od the door In response to knock fill dad at lilt taut At the sense UUii the Janitor of the house saw Constan tine rn111 DIll wildly through the hall way The fuiUK was hat1H but ho lard on a long light colored coat The ftunwct dkwppoared tip on alley TU nuu r with which Mrs Qentrys thrunt was sat Mtons Ml to ths inhniinRinun and today ho acknowfodged tho IIl1tp 1lel DsHecttvet Vnehrls Cantagnlno and Mestlll male the capture Iniil Wwlnes day whn CotiiUinllno was found in 1mlfromMcCfml y In Brooklyn yoilco headaiinf tsrs fly Hmumaad Jacob BteIPof No Ul Hroddway Nw York who knew CoaMantlRe years ago Thr IHliKin r was laced In a group nf other men but Stein promptly Identi fled his and said Hello Fmnk A stony stare was the only answer but when 8teln laugh l In tilt mime fora said recalled laohlent In hla ca veer CotwUnlioe became agitated lie WM quickly tl9l1 Into tho cap talna oJMco Sullenly ho d nUnl lila Idratlt awl as Millealy said he nevur had som Chicago Hut tho verbal rapki flro nuns of the detectlvmi were too much tar the man and he milren dered and signed the lengthy state ment Which he lead- HURRYING HOMEt With the Corpse of iHls Daughter Bishop Fitzgerald ExpiresI Now York April 6 death at Hongkong of Bishop James N ntmgoraW of tho Methodist Kpts copal church was received by tho Methodist Hook Concern In this clfe PlourUy was tho cause of death The bishops home was nt SL Louis Mo One daughter MM Cornelia Flu pmld lUll Hiiddunly at Penang In ula March 1 Time family had decided to come on homo wllli the body fur In torment horn crowing the Pacific In Plead of retracing Uiob HllKrlmaj Tho nnnounremont of Bishop llugor aids death lies caused much sorrow at St Louis Small War One Negro Dead Lynchburg Vn April 5AB time ro milt ot a miniature race battle here almost In the heart of the oily one negro died another can not live one white man la lathe city hojpllai with a bullet wound In hihlp another In Jail with shot Ih his log mid another white and two other negroes nro locked up on tho charge of being implicated In the trouble It thought one of the blacks struck a1 rOTolvorjthroe Ic Lived Long Enough I 11lIsonon tho corner of Eleventh and Walnut streets In full view of several speclnr tors When the latter reached him a moment later Wilson was dead WlU son loft a card rending 1vo lived long enough JIll parents said he was despondent owing to 111 health Firemen In Peril New York April 5 Thirty firemen nmohg them Chief Crokcr and Deputy Chief Gucrln worn Injured 1 y falling debris and damage estimated at 50 000 was caused by n Ire in a vuBtUfy lulltjins nt iliiQiMajdcn lane I wo1 t tate Certain SL Paul Minn pri1 6 GovrJoT W tan slphpd tho twOellt railway tare bill The lawswill go Into effect May 1 For the Polar Dash St Johna N P April 6 Cnpt Rob crt Bartlett of this city who was mas ter on Commander Robert K Puaryj nrctlc stcuiaor Rooseyojt In tho forth cst north expedition sailed for Now York where ho will refit the vessel fur tho Arctic cruise next summer HeW Broken Cincinnati April Glle9ler Gold Bcln and Laura Dbgen the latter cal qrcd had a quarrel at thcjr homo rand the colored woman struck the forme In tin fate with a beer bottle anf bro o her nose PATH DF tHE STORM PLAINLY VISIBLE FOR THREE HUNDRED MILES TRAIN WHIRLED UVERBYTHE WIND Three Women Inmates1 of Insane Ay lum Were Killed When Building Was Demolished New Orleans April 6Twuatyl- ives were Instantly blotted out by a torn4to which yvept across portion lot Gulf states which was dls 111100 able tor u distance of lOll toilet And which took annul il f hour porauuswowThe tornado novel west to catcrMlnc tho Southern oxtromltl a jf 1mlalaiia and MUsUsIptil rand sulUlni lutP Alabama for 4 short dlstgna- e1orttonof rotmrlows Led darrtasejirobably exceeding 41 OOOjOoo was dpne lit addition to Uie places la which the tornado manlffmtwl Tatal violotici the dlsturlKince did getniral damagi to property crop ami telegram iii ivlrms Itu SOOmlU couiee The tornado Jjejiaiv it Alp anirla M killing four Jrersoagti prpliabjy fu tally luJmlnn hrpe nwJ s rou 11- 1JQrtsK 14 njhvM Soon utter daylight Itnoo1 limo MlMUslpjil rlvur ItllllUg five penroui at Jackson La wfhldot Unjou1 Sam Jiaat least halt jitlwaa uthera an retorted killed 1 iTlicrtt wa1 one IaUiU inJu r at JnaH Eon v Tile lornndn jiftxtspn prod Rt Car son shoat whqre gjSwt proimrtr IJan age wan dona and the laat IUIIl lt of It- I was seas ffalma Ala where tho IIty liabiunu the fannelelttpftVlbui rise Into the air as It art ssd On riven XJho dealh1 that ot an unUnowu uagro WBlrtllOrIH near Solma Tile dotul Omar Heck Mathew Then Ora DuJlor Lydla Harding A oxandrla LA Mary Lee Jackson La I Mrs C J CollM Kellciana Pariah la Three women Inmates of tKo insane aaylum nfttnee unknown and two negroes at Jackson Is Several I nga near Bayou Sara Ia Alexandria a town of about 10000 inhaliltants hid aIearful xpetlencc When the tornado struck theokclrtcI lights went Mit The cracking of fall tag bulldlnia could be hoard above the noise ut mho WIOII and vIttll ht nlng flashes showed such stgTits as nn empty Iron mountain passenger train rollln over and over Immediately after the wind spout Its vlolpnco a heavy hailstorm added to the general discomfort Luckily tho nialn portion of Aloxan dria escaped the worst of the tornado which emit a path through the northern part of tho town a residence IIcctloni About a score of homed l lotey wiped out 60 wore wrecked and altogether 10 buildings wore soil ously damaged Including several busi ness houses The Iron Moirtitaln railroad lost roundhouse Itll A freak of tho wind drove a sinnll MOtion ot n homo Into oats of the empty passenger roaches weuglwt blY11togolll In a narrow line about lilno mlloa lon SHOOTS HIS WIFES PARENTS And Then Kilts Himself Tall ofDI Nonce Causes Tragedy Chicago April Br AdanTC Ithehy fiE jwira old 8tM liOwe avenue shot and fatX 7 wbundtel his fatho ll law WlJllall RommfJ nntllds mythorln law Mrs Minnie Rommel ond then tllto111sHholii anti his tilfe quarrolcil and It was reported to hlhl Uiat shb lied commenced divorce proceedings At the ho pItal to which Romtnel- and his wife wore taken Jtwas iild that both will die RJioln Sled twlce- at his wl4 but missed tier of Crazed With Pain Boy Kills Himself Big Rapid Mlch April GMVhllo t wertthuntingshot In the foot The charge toro away nearly Ills whole toot Ills com paplon tried to stop the lion ot blood nail then hastened for assistance Whllo he was gone tho agony of the Inured boy was MO great that In a frenzy Of vain he blew out hla brains Sanitarium Destroyed By Fire Wllllmantlc Ct April GWThe- Orahdvlow Banftarlupi at South Wind cant U burning And will probably bo totally destroyed It U repprtcd flat O 1U wotnau was burned to dtah Thorns GtUIpv entlrrcly A estroyed- st I Z Two WereKllled Vpp InwIoApril 0iIJy a prema ture explosion at the Block Dlnmoiul rnlnq Bert Hodges nod William Jlotton miners were killed i tShot By An Ohioan Tekninnh Nob April iDruco Dupdy n farmer near here and a former resident bf Ohio shot and fa tally wounded a neighbor II R Aus tin In a quarrel They woro engaged in a flat light when Bundy drew lila revolver and fired fivo shots Immigrants Fight Boys Now York April Gln t batUo bo tweon fiOO men and boys end 12 citi tens of Armenia nearly a score ol 1rfmcture teiilve or the Immigrants TENRESCUED FROM DEATH AT SEA fr I FOURMASTEDSCHOONER BLOWN ASHORE BY HEAVY GALE a SeHoonerWas Bpund From New York T6 Wiggins 8 CI But Was Swept Out of Her Course i Norfolk Vac April 8Ten persons tVo of oilmen womoji were rescued from death hyCapL Etherldgo anti his ypw of llfeaAirore nt time Naga Head ON C tatlon when tho four mnsted schooner Lou la Boisnrrt was blown nhhoro by the thesaJ1northeast gale that has prevailed along the Virginia Qnrollnn coast for thopaat 48 hours tTltlt schoonor was hound tram oql York to Wiggins SC for a cargo mid was wept out of hot course by thpatorm worU after mlllnflllt lhd ran on- t c and was dJMotbrnl In tin- urfealrorsiiy aooast feuardfrom the lags hoed station On account of the high ten no attempt was made to launch tbo boats A lino was shot wjr thd schooifor and the broec- hesbubyn out k Whon till surfmcn pulled U In thoy womanfnsitsotCatit FIotcher of time wmoekmlcratt Then on by one Iho seven member bt tho schooners craw w u hauled to safety through the seasagdrpa the last trip Cnpj Iloijortjs from Xa over1 the governments coast Wires fifty that the pphooner tit high on shore but seem 1atlyIngoud condition Another Vessel Ashore p schooner Laura L Sprague quilt Ilorcf of Marblohoatl Mans ran ashore oft Cracoko Inlqt N C Sho tor sni not tonnage and carries tdrew of six or seven man Lato aUvlGc8 nro that UCosors have 8iicc0od6iiJ11letURJ ashore all the Ecuootiorte eruw- 1wirotees message received by an fyd unJnlonsCODntOtllort from time Standard OH barge Thomas W I iw Eon announced that vessel to be adrift 1J miles feouttiwast of Oapc Lookout noil loaVlng The Lawson was said to bo the only Mtvenmaatod schooner afloat tmtll sho was bought by the Standard 011 Co und converted Into nn oil barge Sho was being towed to tho coast and Iwoko her hawser in the stOrtu two days ago TO HIS WIFE RHey Confessed Havjng4KIJJed a Boy if Then Took His Own Life fAVost PJalns SIoMApril 8Mrs VIe thr Riley wlfo of a Douglass county former who committed suicide near SJ ariiore Pcwrt recently Ina conies sion said tlh before shooting himself lUley told her he had shot and killed Harvey Dbbrt a youth df Springfield whose bbdy was found In the pond two weeks ago Alloy had confessed MM Rile said that after shooting they boy ho carried lhC Lady to a pond tied rocks to his head and feet and tt v the body Into tho water Tho murder p eyed bn nfleytf mind He told his wife rnd then Shot himself Ko motive for tho murder ofObort Li known r I r FALLING WALLS JILL SIX Metropolitan Power House May Be De strayed By Fire J tJew York April 8Flro which broke out Irf tho Metropolitan powerhouse at lluth Btre l and Seventh nvi cnuu threatens tho destruction of tho jilan Soycujflremon of Englnq Company killed under falling walls- 4nsfoventlt avenue Including Capt qhn Ryan Irho property loss to the Mctropoll test Cols At least IOOOOOO The en irtrIII sjrstem of upper Harlem Is paralyzed and may be tied up for smite the burned building was tho source of tho power for those llnoa Kills Ex President City of Mexico April SConMan- uel LUandroBarrlllas ex rCIIldent of Ouatcmala was assassinated on Cafe TTcmcntario as ho sat In a Guadalupo street car Up was on his way to sup pen when as the car BtoPJ1ed a youth a little over 17 years cjlmbed aboard and ruhltlg to tbo general sta betJ hiuij twice the lent blow sev crng the jugpjar ven tho second cut ting hh face Ho died Instantly Tho Risasgliiwas caphmred Ito gave htq nsmoast Eatrada and his home aj Ocos Guatemala Wealthy Sloc Commits Suicide I Helena Mont April SJanie Wal lace a wealth cattle man In the p Creek section hast according to jiftpqrt reaching Helena commit ted suicide X6 cause Is assigned for the 6duf a year ffgo his brother gesso Wlldtl himself whlloln Dllllnga h t i r j Outro BOla aReljips Wlllemstad Guracaa l 8Prl Tate advices rocolyedjrom Venozuclp fitly that suffered a relppsprwBroke Through A Trestle Christopher 111 Aprl SA coal train on the Illinois Central went through n trestle three mUes west ol here and engineer and fireman Wore both dangerously Injured Tho engine nnd tour cars were plied In a heap In tHe c eek Two Women Drowned EJ Paso Tex April STwo women drowned by Iho breaking of a reservoir tam Pt San Ramon San Ja 11seo A baby ln the arms of one ol the women was cast on the bank 01 ie wroyoUiy the walpr and svedJ i flNTRESTING TTj J I NSW CONTRACT Adopted By Tobacco Association For This Years Pledge Owensboro KyTho Green Hivo Tobacco Gvowor Association of the American Society of Equity root tll OveiiHboro wIth all of the eight coun ties represented with the exception ur Muhlenburg Tho most Important fca taro of the mooting was the adoption of a pledging contract to be signed h gamily men who propose to pool tbolr tobacco of the 1907 crop The contract conforms generally to that of last year with such changes as experience has demonstrated to bv necessary A resolution was Introduced which prohibit ed those who do not sign the plod fI this year front pooling with the society for a period of ton years Time rose lution was laid on tho table with leave to bring It up at the next meet Ing All of tho old officers of the asso ciation woVe reelected BIG FARMS Owned Dy Graddy Who Filed Deed of Assignment Versailles rThe liabilities of William I Oraddy who amlgned to Hardln Plaid his brother In lawfort- he benefit of creditors exceed It la nldhy 12000 his assets rated at J80000 Tho assigned estate Included the Graddy home farm of 200 acres two other tracts of 70 and 00 acres respec tively and Graddys life Interest In two turns one of 2uC acres and the other containing 270 acres Tho lot ter farts arc entailed to Graddys children Ills net assets It Is bo llovod wilt not amount to much over 30000 FEAR OF BURGLARS Drove Her To An Abandoned Schoolhouse Where Fire Followed Ixmlavlllo Ky Mrj Catherine Ot ter was burled St Cecilias church In this city Mrs Otter aged IIi yours was burned to death In an abandoned schoolhouse eight idles west of Sew Albany She left her home in this city to live In time school house Which was near rs wzs she was born in Lafayette township One year ago burglars attempted to enter Mrs Otters house in this city and she shot at thorn Singe then her mind had been Impaired and she was continually talking about burglars KENTUCKY ELKS r Knock Out An Infringing Organiza tion By Negroes Frankfort Ky Secretary of State McChCRney upon tho written protest of Frankfort Lodge of Elks refused to the the articles of incorporation or the Kentucky Grand Lodge Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World composed of Lou isville negroes and order canceled the charter heretofore Issued to the Falls City Lodge Louisville Improved Ho acrobat and Protective Order of Elks of the World- WIFEBEATER KILLED Jury CJasses lotion of As Jus tifiable Homicide Paducah Ky After giving his wife A severe beating Milliard McCawloy sajoonkeeper and former river pilot of Ilrookport 111 called at the house of hs stepson Fred Trout whore Mrs McCawlcy had taken refuge and was greeted with two pistol shots which put an end to his existence MCawlcy It Is claimed had threatened tho life 01 both his wire and his stepson To coroners Jury returned a verdict tf Justifiable homicide GROSS INSULT Offered His Wife Says Turpin Who Stabbed To Death 1MBarbourville KRA telephone mes sage states that at the residence of William Turpln near Avis Russell county a quarrel occurred between Turplu and Dude Roy neighbors In which Roy was stabbed to death by Turpin who Immediately surrendered to tlie sheriff of the county claiming Justification for the deed ami stating that his antagonist had offcvedq gross Insult to his wlfo L rkEarnings Louisville JTho monthly state ment of earnings and expenses of tho L d N shows that the company dur lag February earned J3729H2 gross which was an increase of 290190 over tho Corresponding month of last year hut the expenses Increased 311576 making a net decrease of 45oSO for the month Time not earnings fur the first eight months of the fiscal year Show aq Increase of 327429 over the corresponding period of last year Actresss Sad News Owensbaro Ky Mary Mannerlng jrho appeared at time Grand received a telegram that her youngest child was dying in New York Miss Manncrlng has only recently recovered from an Illness and the distressing news vial bly affected her acting Calf Killed Her Ashland KMrs F 0 Ktrk while feeding a sucking calf about three weeks ago from a bucket was butted In the stomach by the animal She r blow has Just dIed from the effects at the ISTILETTOS AND BULLETS I DrinkCrazed Italians Fought a Furious Cattle in Kentucky Ij Ashland Ky Three ore dead anjl one Is dying the latter a woman as a I result of a desperate battle with pla tols and stilettos at an Italian laboV camp on the Guyan river 18 miles from here Tho fight was caused by liquor brought into camp by laborers who had been celebrating at Huntington Ten gallon of whisky were distributed among tho men and women TonySodarewhich the latter shovel a 12 inch knlio through the abdomen or tho former Sodarlos friends Immediately attomptsed to lynch Pucholll whereupon the hatters cohorts canto to his rescue with pistols stilettos clubs and wimI ky bottles Score of shots wore fired one bullet piercing the breast of BcttI Sodarlo a cousin of the man slain by Pucholll Frank Pizelli formerly of Parkorsburg AV Va but who had been running a commissary near the camp was shot through the side Another Italian whoso name was not learned lost the top ot his heat Only two Italians have been arrested The oth era have been subpoenaed at wit nesses ALL OPPOSITION To Slier For Kentuckys Railroad Commlsslonershlp Withdrawn Louisville RA T Slier cuddate for the republican nomination for railroad commissioner was notified that ha will kayo no opposition VV T Black of Uarbourevllle J T Patrick of Magoflln county and H R IJryson of Nicholas county have written Slier that they will riot antagonize his nom ination and havo withdrawn from the canvass County conventions to nom inate candidates havo been called for April 20 and there is no wa of call lag them off April 24 is set time for holding the district collvenIlion at Mt Sterling Slier is the pres 7 ent member of the hoard from tho dls u riot r i ICOMPELLED To Ride With Negroes On a Train White Woman Gets 53500 Lexington KyMrs Luella Thur man has been paid J3COO by the South ern Railway Co because the was com compartDlelltman a white woman was ordered to leave time white compartment and tako- a seat In that used by the negroes I when sho was returning from this to Harrodsburg She filed a suit 10000 Tho case was tried by cUrIand she received a verdict of i which was taken to court of 1 and reversed The case was wised 3ppcnlttJ SINGLE CASKET t t Holds the Remains These Two MothersiPaducah KyMrs Esslo RIckclbw and Mrs Edward Marshall friends and neighbors will ahlpceach t others sorrow when they bury their Infants III tho sonic casket Tho chil dren separated in age by 11 months were both under the same roof allot contracted pneumonia the same day One died at 7 oclock tho other at 3 oclock Both died in the same room the mothers VesliUnp together The- bodiesWere placed in one casket ant r shipped to Hopklnsvlllc for burial PENCIL IN HIS POCKET Broke the Professors Rib When lie Bent Over His Chair Hopklnsvllle KyIn reaching over the arm of n chair In which he was 4 sitting to pick up a letter which he had dropped Prof H Clay SmithIprincipal of the young ladles departJmont of South Kentucky fered atractured rib A lead pencil In his pocket was pressed against his slda with sufficient force to break the bone Will Increase Wages Louisville Ky Martin L Insult general manager of the Loulsvlllo aSouthern Indiana Traction Co also the Southern Indiana Traction Co anil the Northern Railway S Lighting Co has promised the employes ah Increase In wages dating from May 1 The mo tormen and conductors on the Interurban lines are to receive 20 cents nn hour during the first year and 22 cents after that period Motormen on the tines outside of New Albany and Jet ersonvllle will be paid 171fa cents dnr lag the first year and 19rr cents In theIsecond yenriTest of Kid Law t Hopklnsvllle KyAuer his mottos for n new trial for Charles Tuck anti Jim Moore young negroes convicted ot throwing racks against an Illinois Cea oral passenger train had beep over ruled Attorney John Felanil was granted an appeal The Juvenile court law thus will bo tested I Mad Painter i Bowling Green SOl1tencCKJfthe mall painter December 23 jtlieT I J Noeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe i East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else I0 SeooeoeoSOSOSOAOoeoeoeOeoeo Notice to Correspondents fr TliUwrok wo commence printing The Citizen R ICY earlier tlinn we linvo been doing M It cnn retch n largo part of Hi obncrlbera by Thumdny of each week Mnll your Hewn letter hereafter not Inter than miHAY of encli week to that they will reach The Cltlten Offlce by Saturday or Monday at the very latest JACKSON COUNTY EVCnGUKKK Apr 9 The Sunday school at Bethel Is gig on nicely and Us the singing Rev Richard ploberley on his way to Grassy Springs stayed M over night with Mr J W JonesF- C Jones bought Robert Jones tanbark and Abe Griffon Is going to skin it Jake Lake Nets Jake is planning to go to the Jamestown Exposition in JuneJ W Jones ratted his corn last Monday killing eeventythroe rats and fifteen mloe Ed Lake rat ted his crib Tuesday and killed sev entyfour ante Louise Griffon says the rats hVe eaten up her Johnny Cake beard and dragged oft her hom iny pestle George Gmtlett has a log rolling next Thursday The farmers nre E titlng along nicely Green Lake says his plow stock U bewitched He says It plows nlrlght going one way across the field and coming back the other way It wont plow at nil W H Isaac and sun Saadford returned home from Frankfort Thurs day Olrs Jennie Martin and child cvenIDglGreellon business Grovcr Drew went to Egypt ito go to school Sunday As the liquor selling has been topped la this community we would be glad if the merchants would quit selling hot drops We are glad to say there has not been any sickness on Utile Clover this wlaUrDOUHLEIICK t1 Apr 9Unde Gump Lax Is planting corn this week lIe says he wants to have green earn on his plate by the first of June anyway 3 raver Drew starred to Egypt to go to pchaol this spring Joseph Dixon stayed till night with ills brother Jim 9iturday night Brother Wm OoHtngs will preach at Pine Grove school house the fourth Sunday In this month All the joung folks will moot that day for the pur pose of starting the Sunday school Joe Durham and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs CkUtoban Sun day night W A Phillips and Wm Jones attended church at R F Jones Sunday lost Mrs Lucy Lax hog ptas a foot high Thomas Campbell made a business trip to Berry Martins last weekJ W Jones was at Wm Sparks lost Thursday to make him two ground hog spikes Wm Sparks has sowed all his rots and crab grass Miss Leura Drew and Estella Sparks attended church at Oak Grove Sun day Whlla on her way from R F Jones Awrie Lakes saddle girth brok and fhe sprained her elbow very had= lyJ B Dixon and Miss Rena Witt I will bo married next week FO TOWN Apr 5We are having some nice weather now and farmers seem to be taking advanlfage of itAVe have had some very bad oases of cold or Grippe In our neighborhood but tl Is better now Farmers are nearly all thru J sowing rots In our neighborhood Mr Thomas Lukas nnd N J Ooyle drovet lr hogs to Panola last week and 1tb them to Robert Lakes for a good Bilker had a log rolling last Thursday Wm Ltikes had a fencing last Saturday nnd give the young folks a party at night Thomas Lakes said a mare to Jacob Gabbard of Wind Gave for 10000 Mr Samuel Baker of Bruesfleld was In our town this week on business Mrs Hannah Likes has purchased a new dinner bell of OS J Ooyle Mr J M Baker of Bereft sold Mr Thomas Lakes n fine horse for one jennet and 7600Bellol correspondents of Hand Gap we are glad to hear from you M1DDL1J IOllK Apr 5We had a little cold spell on Easter Sunday but are glad to see the pretty weather again Ben Tus sey made a business trip to Livings ton Monday Several of this place attended church at Letter Box Sunday t Cap Wilson found a hens nest in his barn with thirtyfive eggs In It Born to Mr and Mrs Jim Summers a fine girl on the 30th of Marche Dill Baker had a big rail malllng to dayRobert Tussey and Eliza Park er were united in marriage April 2nd at the home of the bride We wish the young couple a happy lIfeThe sheriff of Jackson county passed thru here with summons for witnesses to appear at the May Court at McKee Slss Angel visited friends at this place Tuesday Sitha Angel visited relatives at Parrot Saturday and Sun tday Elias Carpenter and John Holt visited friends at Mlddlefork Sunday Joe Tussey leas given up logging and gone to tanning Several of this place have gone to Hamilton Ohio to themfI t e eoeoeoeoeoeoeouoeoeoeoeoeo much success Llttlo Olllo Angel vis ited her aunt Llizle Tureey Wed nesday Does Wilson visited at D D Coles Sunday Aunt Lavlna Fabua Is on the sick list Himurv Apr 6The farmers of this community have nearly finished sowing oats Uncle Palestine Gabbard Day he believes the recent cold weather has abou killed all the fruitSklm Angel visited her aunt Mrs Carlastn Seals of near Parrot Saturday nnd Saturday night and attended church at Letter Box Sunday Bradley Gab bard and Gorge McCollum of this place visited friends and relatives of near Evergreen Saturday and Sun day last Airs John Lake who re centlYmoved to her home on Horse Lick Is back visiting her mother Mrs Susan J Johnson who Is still very poorly with La Grippe W T Isaacs and daughter Llzle of near Egypt visited Mr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr of this place Tuesday night iMrs W 31 McCollum Sr who has been sick with In Grippe for several weeks Is able to be out again Palestine Gabbard bad a big rail walling Wed nesday and had twentyone hands Grover C Gabbard of Black Lick is carrying the mall on the route from McKee to Mlddlefork lie began carry Ing It Monday Mrs T L Marrls went fishing the other evening and caught thirteen Mrs Sarah McCol lum who visited her father Steve Fields of near Parrot last week re turned home Sunday evening MADISON COUNTY DRETFOS Apr SWe are having some very cool weather Miss Pearl Young who has been visiting relatives in Hamil ton has returned homeMr Clifton Benge has returned from Ohio and moved Into the house vacated by J C Powell Mrs Waiter Wlllrams vis ited Mr Wm Jones and family at this place the past weekThey are going to begin a debating society on Tuesday night next at this place Mr M P Walton and wife visited her pan ents Mr and Mrs F M Wrteon of Brossfleld Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY OAniiARD Apr 8 Thursday March 28th was the hottest day that has been In March for several ymra The ther mometer registered 90 The Monday following the had dropped down from 90 Thursday 24 degrees It Is thought that most all the fruit has been killed eepedally the pooch es James R and Henry Gabbard were at Boonevllle Thursday tOn bus iness Sheridan Anderson of Wolf Creek died last week after being sick only a few days Price Moore Is con fined to his bed this week with fever Grant Gabbard1 Dibney had a fencing last Monday J M Helton and wife visited relatives at Evorsole last Saturday and Sunday J L Gab bard was at Eversole Thursday of this week Daniel Robinson was on Buf falo Creek Wednesday looking up some sheep Uncle Meredith Reynolds of Eversole is not very well Mre Jane States of Wolf Creek who has been sick for some time with Typhoid doesnt seem to be any better Lit tie Henry son of Mr and Mrs William Huff Is very poorly with bron chitis Mr Robinson father of Daniel was in this neighborhood lost week for the purpose of buying cattle Al fred Eversole of Cow Creek is very busy hauling goods for Barker MooreE D Gibbard of Cow Creek was on White Oak Tuesday M J Reynolds has moved to Rlcetown from Buckhom Ky Dick Gablurd and Greet Wilson were at Booaevllle Thursday on business Mr and Mrs Ellsha Frost and Isaac Wilder all of SMngtown left last week for Hunt ton Ohio where they expect to find employment May they meet with success Tlsa Hornsley of Ricetown has ordered BOO apple treesMr and Mrs Dudley Reynolds of Eversole ore the parents of a new baby boy Circuit Court closed at Boonevllle last Monday WJlllatn Fromon was given ten years imprisonment for murderFndley Bolln had a working ThursdayJohn Eversole and daugh ter Ida ofpaw Crook were at Bbone vlHo Thursday Most all the farmers of this vicinity are dane sowing oats and are now plowing for com Hur rah for The Citizen the paper for the Mountain people Allen Davidson floated ties Saturday from the south of Strlnetown W B Brandenburg has been appointed sheriff to fill the vacancy caused by the death of A M Nealey until there cnu be come one elected and qualified according to law There will be a primary held some time this fall Some three or four have announced themselves os candidates tOIl the nomination DIG STURGEON Apr L Everybody is fixing to make corn again Thoxold women I have their early garden seeds plant edMr and Mrs John Holcomb and family of this place were the lootS of Mrs J B Minter Sunday last Mrs II B Marcum is fencing for Mrs Talltha Scott Mlsa Mary Minter I Green Hall was a visitor of Mrs J B Minter end Miss Mattle Scott Fri dayMr Carter and Miss Llzle Ma haffey Miss Emma Dalton Mr Arch Hartsock and Floyd Hunley were the guests of Mr Lucian Scott and Miss es Mattle and Allle Scott Easter Sun day Of course they had a merry time as Big Sturgeon boys Dud girls always doMr James Smith called to see Mire Allle Scott Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Charley Scott and son Finley visited Mr Scotts BsMinter Is going to quit selling grocer les until her husband returns from Leslie county Mr Willie Hartsock Is doing good business in this vicinity making pictures OJlsa Lena lIosklns of Nathanton Ky Is visiting her sis ter Mrs 31C Mahaffey of this plat Jar Dudley Wllscn and Mr M 0 Strong have returned to their homes near this place They have been at London going to school =Miss Nettie Scott was a guest of Miss LuCy Dutch Sunday ESTILL COUNTY w tOE1tSVILLii Apr STho fruit was greatly iVun aged by tOO violent hall storm Sundial afternoon Owing to the heavy rata Sunday there was not Bay Sundiiy school here J M Edwards came home from Loulsvlll SxturiliyH Mesdames It J and A Scrlvner who were reported sick lost week are able to be out again Misses ICrthryfl Wagers and Maude Parks were the guests of Miss Lent Edwards Friday night of least week Winnie Hender son is visiting relatives at RIoes Station this week MJss Retba Scntvncey Mcesrs Willie Wilson and Vernon Scrlvner were the guests of Miss Gmoe Wagers SundaynMlss Mollle Gabbard came home Sunday from ID vine whore she has been visiting her brother Mr James Gabbardkamea- Park and J D Wagers were In Ift vine Monday y ROCKCASTLE COUNTY noonE i Apr 9ttr Eden Wren was rev erely burned the 31st of March lir Is In a very dangerous condition and his recovery Is doubtful airs Mar tha Dobbs who has been sick for same time is Improving and is going to start for Spring Place the 17th of this month Misses Bertili Rich and Slattlq McGuire of RockforS were ait this place Friday Messrs Walter and Wash Grant of Flaaaga3 were here Saturday nnd Sunday Afr Jesse Wren of this place was In Parftj last Monday on business Irs Ltzilft Yonce of Parts visited home folks Sunday Joseph Love L and family of Mote moved to this pace last we k Miss Nom E Cojle who has been attending school at Betts came home two weeks ago Missed ILvtHe and Bettie Poynter Bereat students were at home Saturday and Sunday Bill Smith and fiasnlly of fiat Berootodt moved to this place hat weekMr and Mrs A W Arthur of Snyder moved to Richmond last Sunday Mrs Sam Lambert has been on the sick list the past week iMr and Mrs J H Inmbert visited John Hamblep aid wife Saturday night Mrs J It Richmond of Rockford vtehed Mrs J Daisy Lambert lond1yIROCKFORD Apr 97iWe are having some ralj Mr Harry Berry of Hbtt vslu hIS uncle J W McCollum SuturdUjj and Sunday Mr and Mrs Gj Waddle visited home folks In ScaffoNj Crane Sunday Mr J J Hamilton who has been at work near Benin returned 4 home Saturday Mr3 Anj nle Llnville Is visiting in Climax week wean e Apr SWe think that Dogwoxx and Redbud winter is over and tuu left us some fruit that is not killed as we notice some fresh bloom put tins fortrh since the freeze Thfen has been reported a bid storm n Skaggs Creek near Houston Post office blowing down one dwelling ant three borne One man was badly to Jured and two or three horses killed The ground was white with hall afte the storm Wade Graves Is doing fi good telephone business in this plrvcfe He Is now fixing to build a new lint from Splro Poatoffice to Quell Post office the distance being about fiv miles There will be about five tele phones on thjt five miles distance Rev Reuben Hurley Is fixing to go 1 Jackson county next Friday to b i there at the regular mooting on at urday and Sunday W R McKlnney better known as Sam sac he believe he will go atone with Uncle Reube Lrwkln Buesell is building a nev house on the old home place iMr Al bert Hamlln passed thru here last Sai urday with a nice bunch of cattle tj1i 4ng them to his farm near Levtl Green Where ho will posturja them this swsonTbe good worae i of this place are having some trouble about their tomato plants and yount flowers all getting frost bitten Mf Stephen Cash bs got Ms steam znll- in good running order and is making good meal His grinding day is Sit 1 arurday and they keep him busy from morning till night Steve euys ho likes the mill business alright G M Cummins says If the Other Is sult Bble niter next Sunday he Mil BO to planting conu W S Doan who has been talking about going west We think has about got reconciled tc staying homeMr Dock Norton has purchased a nice buggy and a 350 set of harness Besides Mr Norton has a good horse Now he Is ready for riding O S Cress bought one shout from Mali Sawder for 360 LEVEL OIIKKN Apr SThe farmers of this section are done sowing rata Wheat Is look- Ing fine at presentA Urge acreage of corn will be planted In this neigh borhoodSherman Hale one of our best teacher of this place died nl Somerset last week John Riddle ot the firm of Riddle Bratty sold hit interest In their roller mill to Mr iicatty for 22OOW G Cummliu bought of Eugene Proctor a small tract of land for 2tooThe property pt W O Prootor deceased will be l1rytJIL N Denney went to Mt Vernon last Tuesday on business Isaac Her irllJour clever hurter of noir Quail makes his regular rounds every Sit uixjay paying highest market SInce for eggs and poultry Olrs J B Cum mIne visited at W 0 Cummins Sun day Sunday school started up at the GrovelsuOOll visited here Sunday Messrs Addle and Luther Pins of near Ottawa via tied David Denney Saturday nlght Newt Denney and Gains Cummins will go to Oltenhotm next Tuesday after a load ut millet seed The worst ball storm we ever witnessed visited us last Sunday It fell very theIlargest stones being about the size of tdloot1onat Poplar trove the second Sunday in May Brother Koker will preach the dedication sermon A large crowd is expected PULASKI COUNTY PLATO Apr 9The most terrific cyclone In many years passed thru this port Sunday evening about 3 oclock do- Ing much damage to buildings fencing and live stock The whirl first struck this neighborhood near tho Smith pjace on Brush Crook and moved al poet due east Tho following ore a taw of the destructions Crib and shed blown down at Uncle Bill Evans root from Napoleon GDmores and Gertrude Smiths dwellings smokehouse gmiaery and barn blown down at Jack Owens Sam Chllders large barn blown down Elizabeth Klgneys barn crib and kitchen blown down Reed Mlsfce crib and tarn destroyed Summer Smiths dwelling and netirly all his furniture destroyed Felix Broyles tattle shod and parch blown down Mitchell Nor harm and pant of house blown away Torn Evans house blown down James Evans was badly bruised on hood by flying Um ber the nice orchards at Rood Mlses and Fex Broyles totally deiatroycd Wm Randolphs now buggy blown to pieces Calf killed tor Epson Bnoylcs all large timber la streams path de stroyed and teach blockaded We are all thankful that destruction was no wvraeU S Wbltaker bought n large 7jeirold1 mare from James Inubnlt for 116000 CH E Burton bought a 10ymrold horse from Boon Broyles tor 8500C a Randolph bought a span of mules from Wm Randolph for f325ooLucy Glasgow bought a spas of young mules from Dan Whkts tof28500Wm and Wultert Delord bought of Walter Elrod the Wm Mc Quar farm of 165 acres for 150000 Ren Cummins flllod Us regular tip ointment at Mt Pleasant Sunday J OHIO NEWS I HAMILTON Apr GThe sudden cold weather which came last week has most like ly Injured all early fruits such os peaches and cherries Michael Reynolds is having a new dwelling built Glbb1rdreturnediRest Owsley county where he spent three weeks visiting home folks and old acquaintances Ho resumed work Thursday for the CCo Paper Co Mr and Mrs Scott Rice of N E tL were nude happy Friday by the nr r rival of an eightpound girl Mr Rice lis formerly of Irvine Ky Mrs Rice is an Ohloan Ellsha Frost and fam ily of Owsley county Ky twve re cently moved to Hamilton They wer accompanied by lance Wilder MM Frosts brotherW P Reynolds Is street oar conductor in Hamlltoa There were 43 deaths in Liam ilton during the month of March The Rev 8 B Hlley of Dover Del came Friday to assume the pastorate of the first Qiptlst ChurchIt Is announced by Dr G P Denton presi DrIsecured to dellyer the baccalaureate sermon at Miami in June Mr Sam Menche an old employee ol the 0 C BqKi G PoWDE Makes the finest lightest best flavoredbiscuit hot breads cake and pastry Renders the foodmore digestible andwholesome I ABSOLUTELY PURE ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Riper Co bad the misfortune of gt ting his log broken ThurmViy by n ease of taper lulling ftn IlThe Y 11 C A dlrnxora and their wives gave ft rcoepflton at the Y 11 C A Monday evening In the form of a Dook Showor for the txneflt of the- Y M C A library A musical pm gram was rendered followed by no freshments Many nice books were brought by those who intended nnd a good time was enjoyed by all An Open Scandal New York April BThe Interna tional policy holders committee has Issued a statement pointing out al lofted violations of the present Inoue anco code by the companies In the recent election of officers and the al leged Inefficiency of the department of Insurance In conducting the super vision of the election The statement says In partIThe International committee has maintained for months In both the Mutual and New York Life canvass a force of watchers and translators and every effort has been made to protect the interests of policy holders who have voted against the old mnnngo meats but the rulings of the Inspectors have been so uniformly against us and being fully satisfied that It Is impossible under the present condition to secure a fair count of the vote as cast wo withdrew our watchers From the beginning tho companies with the assistance of the department of Insurance have evaded and null ned in every way possible the law ns enacted Tho companies tiled n list of policy holders at Albany which contained thousands of Incorrect names with false and misleading ad dresses while they gave to agents and canvassers not alone the correct names and addresses but tho policy numbers of tho insured The statement then set forth in do tAIl tho various forms of Irregularity charged and declares that affidavits show it was practiced on a wholesale scale but these affidavits tho state ment asserts were refused consideration Illustration is given of a family which was recorded as casting flvo votes the statement adding Inves tigation showed that not a member of tho family voted in tho recent elec tlon and that they had not resided at the stated address in over two years The statement further nays Nu merous Instances developed whore agents had sent In proxies and ballots bearing tho names of policy holders who had been dead for years while many ballots were cast bearing tho names of former policy holders who bad allowed their policies to lapse Tho officers of these companies and tho department of Insurance arc responsible for this condition of affairs PUT THE LAW ON HIM Harriman Causes the Arrest of His Unfaithful Stenographer New York April 6Frank W Hill a stenographer was arrested last night charged with having sold to a newspaper a personal letter of E II Harriman The warrant was sworn to by Alexander Miller secretary of tho Union Pacific Railroad company of which Mr Harrlman Is president Jill was locked up at police head quarters Tho letter In question was addressed by Mr Harriman to Sydney Webster and was fleet published hero by tho World last Tuesday morning Stato menta thereto contained called forth a reply from President Roosevelt Tuesday afternoon JillVis thirty seven years old and lives imBrooklyn n London Street Waif In spite of nil tho companion legiti mately excited on his behalf the London street child seldom looks on MID self as an object of pity Ha has an unfailing fund of good spirits a well developed sense of humor and a boundless capacity for getting enjoy mont out of tho most unpromising materials Manchester Guardian Winded by Mosquito Bata John Dodntr of Woitport Cons Lads been rendered temporarily bils4 by a mosquito bite The mosquito bit Mr Dodnlr upon the lid of the right eye Mr Dodnlr paid no atten Lion to the swelling When be arose In the morning he was ttods blind Plant Does Double Duty Ily grafting a plant Lass been produced at Chliwlck EiiEland that grows potatoes underground and to matoes above ground Tho proud producer of It calls it a tompot plant Dr w G BEST DENTIST CITY VIIONi Loa OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE I S R BAKERD- ENTIST0SKSri iiromw BEREAKY Onirti hour front 8 tot City Ihoiie 113 Teeth ritracted without julnBoranoforme C F HANSON LfCENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER SticccBflor to D n Robinson All call promptly trended to night and day Telephone No 4 Sterna Kjr The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT or CLAIMS Tho rulillfhor of Wcbittrfl lnternatlonl IOIUInrilctnllnnil vuntlycnrlclioil Inovory twrt wltu t ho purimm of ml ptlnir It the larger nnil covcrcr requirement of another genera tlonWo nro of tho that this allegation rnont clearly and 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