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the county and t 1Ii- lIe hvu balked too mush It is the flMt blvd the lus been shed IB die tow war The pwsldfoClil boom of Secrenry Tott suppestd to be WMt It ee- velfa holes for the euscelsor at the J Wise louse to reported Oa lily been fotnlIy I M8IIt ky O ui ei nin Durton of Okto at Ute anneal binquet ut the Itepiebllow Club of Trenia K J Over 300 refHtblleane wen gather ed W listen to Mr Uurttm as the prlndrul orMor end when he 81 My oliole for pmMeot In IPOS li a son et Ohio 1lltom II = They took tho word out of hte modtti veldt repeated cries ot Taft Tsttt It U inMuwftl la I rulM In a shso- h1 dlsitdoh frost OoMrinntlMflv ttot shahs bitlallona of TurM4 Irflojw hive praotlally ben anolMUiM 4r iMt a battle with rebels IB the IINY Inae of Yemen THrkWi Arable An Irish lions 1l1e Mil ww IWTO duped In the House of 0IMin r OR the Till Its Htodiul Mature la alt Irish OoflMll icily ekutiv scot pall- ly nominative wWoh shill n lH4etM the cloni i 8lo affairs of Ireland QJC elusive of asnty nett wavy mutrra aM- wtlbollt 14lbtWve peseta Swretary of IIrfe JellN WIIaot1 who la MW ex CMoupo ears th cur rent reparta of damage to crop ar1 greedy exoltgi ted sad that In bl oplHton ro pfas at tkta time ot the year wire never brighter Dr John Watwn commonly know as Ian MoOlarea died Moodiy at M Pldaaant Iowa The oaaae was bl1uJ poisoning the result of irmslIIUs Dr Ulan woe a very Acetone man as t writer of books and also a well known preacher In SootVand Special efforts ore being nude by the democrats to carry all five ooai reutorjal districts at tko sousing elao don in Oklahoma Chairman Gi4ggi- of the Congressional Commisa 111- hsuC1 a call for oontrlbutlana of oadollar from all democrats In all put of the country The total number of persona kill ln railway accidents in the United States during the year enJInj Jun 80 1906 was 10160 and of those In ured 75510 according to the report pf the InterState Commerce Oommis ton The figure for great Drltnlni to the year ending Ssptesmber 30 1906 SXeN 317 killed and 2016 Injured I I Bereas Travelling Libraries I Boron owns about sixty travelling libraries each equipped with about twenty books fitted into a set shelves arranged BO as to be closed up and boxingThcoo circulation in the mountains where terra They are sometimes suit by freight to teaohors in remote districts who writo asking for thorn Each contains works of fiction history a little poetry und some books for children There are about thirty lire libraries now in circula lion and the others waiting to bo taken or sent for nt the end of the school year Appalachian Congress Moots lUrcHCollfKBHtiKlrnU JlrprfMinting JUJUIIMnuiilnln Couutlrrot Knilimky mad Dllirr states Pa owl JIIII Shortly s0ue T oclock Motutay ntoht Majr GUI tie first tae lolr of the ttSTHM Of the BtoHBUln MMe App tMiife WM wlld h onkr Uy Prot IblIrol Dulles 11 III prayer Prof Itatm mad a trw tatrodMiory r Murte about UM mud mountain states tit the tiakMt and IIPO of the U MMMtala fctafrtom of Sexlind The Nil of MMMlea wee eilUd by C Ooh of KnoK waftty Mr Bed WM notnlniiUHl tar Necker of tb hoax and al UKTC wine no other B m MttoM a mutton WM wide that she I their eM a uaanlmoo bilta mol n oarrlrt Prof Rams then ppola d Mr Dole of Knox tad Mr C J Lew It of Itarten eoamly to inbw SpeakerI uEww Utgg and Mr Leonard Drachcar kud a serge vole Grovrr Gforg sus eluted asrgantM ertna after a Bhirp contact la whtek SwaM Marsh Alec Luoa Chin Wah and Mr DtaMr were the other oindtdius Prof Djfe va uiunlnwiMly elected ebaptitn The speaker appointed ootnrolueoa The following pigtc ware oUotwl I Dram Logtdoo Clan Wah Oortfc Me Qulra and Olr Moore I Pace logsdon was MM to Governor Lewla at hit office Spa l er Seel Ile trodueed him to the toui and he rend- hie1 mesaage an outline of which leas already been given Dills were brought In bye Hon Taylor Muney of Din county I Hon tarn LtwU of ILirlan county Hon Wm Hoskins of Lldle county r Hott Jobn Plemll of Clerk county Hon Marshall Vaughn of Madison county Hon Everett Kirk of Martin 0+0+00100 + THEY Berea National Bank o CAPITAL 25000 i t+ InvitetYOUR TI DEPOSITORS ARE SAFEGUARDED BYtoJ Federal Supervision LE WELCH President J W FOWLER Vloo presIJ L GAY Cashier tlt + tt+ GI + +O+ID +Glof J CITIZEN springto caiKy Hot Zeal Logan of Manlf e county HJB L nard Umahear of Parr amoty lion HHey Bgs or Ctalltoura emnty Tennessee lion Itobm flprmce of Laurel county lion Taylor Muiwy tor Uw Ipw old Order Conunitt rtjorte a pill to mka tba carrying of wnneulnl wtupa sad selling of liquor by any one except a drug titan CJT media b 1 puipaaea a fetonK TIM bill waa per The CrGuIIktH on Ratorm retrkdthe Delinquency mil ulileh provided that all men of twenty four y ma of age or over who Were umiurrtod boirid lie taxed SSiO purr he m ney to to to the orphan luxof of dafedrbtboaWjtftyiurMd on t motion by Kirk of Mirtla oohnty Oa Tnaday evening UM hoae vine together afftin aid lbe itrooMdlngs were aa follows Prayer by Cbiplain Prof Dadge Roll caN and MW bllte bninght la- The first bill proposed by Law Hue lam eonnty WM voted OB and the bill wet lost Dill oa Edueatfon proinaid by Kirk Martin county to the affact tint the eoHHty ahould raise onothlrd of the funds received of the state for edy wtlon before It received state funds nice the salary ofthe teaohari and the term of school tram six to eight month Oarriad- OB county roWs Tint each coun ty be connected by pike roads with county teats of adjoining oounrlu and tax be tavtod upon the oounty ouch year Introduced by Hopkins of Leslie county Oarried Dare College Dill That the state should give 36000 each year to the Industrial Department of Brim Col lege Introduced by Whltt of Morgan county Carried Motion made and carried to hive a speech from the governor Govern or Lewla responded In a humorous mannerMotton made and carried to think tho parties responsible for the beautiful decorations In the hill Audience was Informed that President Croat woe thoughtful enough to remember the assembly and committee of tbreo Daley Back and Kirk appointed to ex tend the thanks of the Congress to President Frost Motion nude end carried to hold the next session of the AppAlaehlan Congress on first Monday and Tuesday In April 1903 The session dos closed with the first stan za of My Country Tla of Thee RENEWED THE SUIT Ohio IsAsked to Oust the Standard Oil Company Toledo 0 May GA J Steele an oil operator ot North Baltimore 0 has filed a suit at Findlay against the Standard Oil and its directors and sub sldlary companies In Ohio and Indiana to oust the companies front their char tors and to have a receiver appointed to wind up their business rho plaintiff charges that the de fondant directors entered into a eon Hplracy to control the oil trade of tho country and aro operating in violation of tho antitrust laws of tho United States The petition is practically identical with tho ono flied by Attorney George Phelps at Findlay last Tuesday and withdrawn by Wm Thur day THE NIGHT RIDERS ARE COWARDS shootsfromwilling to play fair himself A brave man does things in the daylight If other people dont like it they can come to him and say so A coward sneaks around at night and stabs you in the backso no one can punish him forit A brave man takesa fellow his size if he wants to fight A coward thanhimselfFor some months some men have been riding out at night and burning barns filled with tobacco and des theycallednight and fired a shot gun at her because she SplendidEientuekyKentucky is ashamed of them They are the kind of anarchists she has to fear We wonder why tobacco growers are such lawless mennot all of them but many They are men who mattersort of men they would not be likely to be in the busi ness of growing tobacco Tobacco makes people dirty and it poisons them so that they die before their time Why do they not grow corn or wheat Because they can make more money growing tobacco Why do some burn the barns and ruin the plantations of moneythatneighbors any money in a way that will harm my neighbor Let Kentucky get out of the business of killing people with whisky tobacco and pistols burning barns and destroying plantations making pleasure or money by harming others and she will be the fairest state in the Union WHAT KENTUCKY IS DOING Churches In Mt Sterling Unite SUtt Exhibits All at Jamestown PInk Stir Wins the Derby The Northern end Southern Presby trelan Churches ta Mt Sterling have united end will worship In one build lac ra11uldebarth WW bIttoatedV There won reJo1clniamong the KebiKklana at Bxpo altkm im Friday over the fact hurt the last eir of exhibits hid arrived sad WeB betas lr jtell d The ace iMMgneoJ to Kentucky fa now fully occupied end reedy for the Inspection of visitors It is declared that the Blue Ones State has In both forestry and inlnetul displays exhibits which Ore probably surpassed by no other Mute Pink Star owned by J H Wioodford and bred In Kentucky won the thirty third Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs In Louisville Zal was second and Overlando third Twenty thnui ind persona filled the stands nod grounds In split of the threatening waetther Girls Escape From a Wildcat When a young girl I ipent several years on a ranch In southern Arizona Ono day as I vas riding through tho desert I noticed tho suns brightness gradually becoming obscured by a yel lowlsh haze and the increased force of tho wind whirling great clouds ot dust everywhere Dismounting and leading the horse I discovered we were on tho dry bed of a river and partly protected from the fury of tho storm A clump of mosquito on the opposite bank apparently affording a shelter I decided to avail myself of it I opened the latterrwas covered threw it into the nearby bushes In stantly there was a blood curdling Bcrcntn and the fiery glaring eyes of a huge wildcat wero watching me Tho bruto was crouching working Us way iu my direction Just then an other hair raising scream brought me to my knees and there was the brute on its back gnashing its teeth with a quivering arrow in its side Later t found that a party of Indians who had been out rabbit hunting heard the cats growls une and bad shot IkChicago TrlbI Pruflal Fnnthmtn It Is estimated that the peasants Of tho south of Franco upend on food for a family ot five an average of two pcnca a day for breakfast there Is bread with a preparation of salt flab to spread on Itl for dinner stock flab or a vegetable stoup or salad and for cget4bleilvery thin wine once In nwulle flab bit Is occasionally Used ttd a flavor In luxuryreefof them dress poorly Out this economy havebankinghard cash are wen eagugh cBLondoa Baturdoy Revliw omomomomomomomomomomomomotrtx 0oo What are You Going to Exhibit II 0 0othe Homespun Fair o- s S Five Famine Relief Ship Sailed for China On April 30th the Buford sailed from San Francisco for China with 28000 barrels of flour This will be a great help when it reaches the starving and yet far more help is needed It is now reported that the harvest prospects are very poor and it is feared that there will be more famine after the harvest The rest of the world ban a fine chance to show brotherly lore in dividing its plenty with the hungry This week the following contributions have been received for China Relief From Mr and Mrs A H Mc Ferron 200 Mrs W J Childress 100 Miss Georgie McFerron 100 Name not to bo mentioned 25cents RlclpeTeJllng lies la a sure upPhiladelphia Commencement 1907 Commencement Day U Juno Ilftli nnil there will lie exhibition and mlilmie IrtratlnlrCollegeLibraryIn the evening at s P 31 the Gmnil Ornllon will be given tijr Ir JnA 31 Con Ilehl formerly 1renlilent of the Ohio State University red now Librarian of Columbia Dnlvernlty- Dr Con fir M U one of the grrntent AIenkn In America Pvrrrbaly eon bar placedbygreatdaye THINGS TO THINK OF AVI o AVonU About Work Do it oheorfully even if It is not congenial Do it In tho spirit of on artist rw t an artlain alike it a sUffplns otoae to c nothing higher Keep yourself In oondltlcn to do it as yell aa It sin be thou Bndcavtor to do It better than it Ins ever been done before Alulce perfection your aim and bi satltMcd with nothing less Do not try to do It with a part of youreelf he weaker pm RsoognlzUtat work Is the thing tht dignifies and enoblts life Uecird yourself as a corker with the Creaton of the universe Accept the diaisreoable part of it ae cheerfully as tIle agreeable Choose If paailblo the vacation for which nUure has fitted you Believe In Its worth and dignity no matter how humble It may be Remember that work well done Is the highest testimonial of character you OlD receive Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE News of The Week Whnt Kentucky In Doing Kdltorlnli Night Illrien nre Cownnli Pint Appalachian CongrIChinese Famine Relief PAGE TWO SerialThe Home of Thousand Candles The Care of Stock PAGE THREE llerea and Vicinity College Item llcreit Late Itail Team Wins PAGE FOUR ConiHient Kffcct of Eye8trniu on the General Itealth Dr Oeo 1L Ciouhl Thft Polly 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SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Compounded SimlAnnually Y drbo lsbobmbobofibedobehodo o +QtQtotA t9tQtQfO Qtoiote lOTICK TO connESromlt a All eommnelatbe for this ih M b setae 10104 b tbnm or lhe aIbraueeearII te- rpnblkaaebulurldeneetae f 1honlb tnen n sldr lb paper etrfful la Mng name ii 4 tfiw M rr Ittnnd AfViM phi tail dulinct l9p f 0 BH uM1a diffltnlt b drcipbw Ucaai U Umueu Ia wkkA 11Ie j u wtltiu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aalhir d Tilt MAIL CHANCE ZllDA DAMEION Eir- Vupyrlrht tee by Hobb U rftll to CHAPTER X An Affair With the Caretaker- I road In tho library until late boar Ing tho howl of the wind outside with satisfaction in the warmth and com fart of tho great room Rates brought M somo gandwlchei and a bottle of ale at midnight If theron nothing more airThat Is nil Rates And he wont off sedately to his own quarters I was restless and In no mood for bed nnd mourned the lack of variety In my grandfathers library T moved about from shelf to shelf taking down one book after another md while thus engaged came upon a tvla of largo volumes oxtra Illustrated in water col ors unusual beauty They occupied a lower shelf and 1 sprawled on tho floor like a boy with a new picture book In my absorption piling tho treat volumes about mo Thor were nn related subjects pertaining to the French chateaux In the last volume I found u sheet of white note paper no larger than my hand a fofgttten book mark I as sumed and half crumpled It In my fingers befol I noticed the linos of a pencil sketch on one side of It I car tied It to the table nod spread It out It was not the bit ot Idle penciling it had appeared to be at first sight A scale had evidently boon followed and the linos drawn with a ruler With such trifles ray grandfather had no doubt amused himself Thero was a long corridor Indicated but of this I could make nothing I studied It for several minutes thinking It might have been a tentative sketch of somo part of tho house In turning It about under tho candelabrum I saw that In several places the glaze had been rubbed from the paper by an eraser and this piqued my curiosity I brought a magnifying glass to bear upon the sketch The drawing had been made with a hard pencil and the eraser had removed the lead but a well defined Imprint remained I was able to make out tho Jotters N W ii to Ca reference clearly enough to points of the compass and a distance The word ravine was scrawled over a rough outline ot a doorway or opening ot some tort and then the phrase TilE DOOR OF OBWILlnUMBNT Now I am rather an Imaginative person that Is why engineering cap lured my fancy It was his efforts to make an architect a person who quarrels with women about their kitchen sinks of a boy who wanted to be an engineer that caused mo to break with my grandfather Fate was busy with my affairs that night for instead of lighting my pipe with the little sketch I was strangely Impelled to study It seriously I drew for myself trough outlines of the Interior of Glcnarm House as It had appeared to me and then I tried to reconcile the little sketch with ev ery part of It The Door of Bewilderment was the charm that held me My curiosity was thoroughly aroused as to Uio bid don corners of the queer old MUse o round which the wind shrieked tor montlngly J went to my room put on my corduroy coat took a candle and went below One oclock in the morning is nut the most cheering hour for exploring the dirk recesses ot a strange house but I had resolvee to have a look at tho ravine opening and determine If oaastblo whether It bore any relation to The Door of lie wildernumt All was quiet In the groat cellar only here and there an area window rattled dolorously I carried a tape line with pie and made measurements of tho length and depth of the corn lor and of the chambers that wore sot oft from It Thoso flguroe I entered In my notebook for further use and sat down on an empty nail keg to reflect The place was certainly substantial the candle at my feet burned steadily with no hint of n draft but I saw no solution of my problem I was losing itlcop for nothing my grandfathers sketch was nieanlr less and I rose and picked up ray candlo yawning Then a curious tiling happened The cmidlp whose thin flamo Ifad risen un waveringly sputtered and went out as a Budilun gust swept the corridor- I had left nothing open behind me but some cue had gaited Ingress to the collar by an opening of which I knew nothing- I faced tlio stairway that led up to the back ball pf the house whon tq my astonishment steps sounded tit hind me and turning I saw a ninn carrying a lantern coming toward met marked his careless step Ili e was undoubtedly on familiar ground As I watched hits he paused Hftooyho lantern to a level with his ey wf and began sounding the outer corridor wall with a hummer Iloro undoubtedly wamy friond Morganagain Thorn wat the satintr poriodlnlty fn the beatOn the wall thl iluid heard In my Own rooms lie bc an at the top and wont method ically to the floor I leaned against the wnll where I stood and Waftbail the slow approach of the lantorn The small revolver with which I had first fired at Ida flying figure In lie wood was In my pocket It was Just as well to have It out with the follow now My chances woro as good as his though I confess I did not rdllch the thought of being found lead the next morning in the cellar of my own house It pleased my humor to lot him approach In this way unconscious that he was watched until I should thrust I my pistol Into his face Ills arms grow tired when he was about ton feet from me and bo dropped the lAntern and hamster to his side and swore uulur his breath Impatiently Then ho begun agate with greater zeal As ho came nerve T studied Ills face In tho lanterns light with Interest Ills lint was thrust back and I could RCO his jaw hard sot under his blond board Ho took s step nearivran Ills oyes over tho was and returned his tap plug beginning clMo to the ceiling In settling himself for the new series of strokes he swayed toward mo slightly nnd I could hear his bard breathing I was deliberating how I best to throw myself upon him but ae I wavered be steppod bacfc sworo at his 111 luok and flung the hammer to the ground Thanks I shouted leaping for ward and snatching the laatorn Stand Just whore you are With the revolver In my right hand and tho lantern hold high in my loft I enjoyed his utter consternation as my voiced roared in the corridor Its too bad we most under such strange circumstances Morgan I said Id begun to tales you bust I suppose youve been sleeping tn the daytime to gather strength for your night prowling I Flung Away In the Youro a fool he growled He was recovering from his frlghtI knew it by the gloam of his teeth in his yellow board Ills eyes were moving restlessly about He undoubt edly knew the house better than I did and was considering tho boat means of oscape I did not know what to do with him now that I had him at the point of a pistol and In my Ignorance of his motives and my vague surmteo as to the agonoy back of himIwas filled with uncertainty You neednt hold that thing quite so near ho said staring at mo coolly Im glad It annoys you Morgan I said I want you to toll me how you got In here He laughed I came In by the kitchen window If you must I got In before your solemn jackofalttrades locked It up and I walked down to the end of tho passage thowhe Indicated the direction with a slight jerk of Ida headant slept until It was time to go to work If you cant lie better than that you neednt try again Face about now and march I put now energy Into my tone and he turned and walked before mo tho corridor In tho direction from which ho had come We wore I daresay a pretty pair he tramping dog godly before me I following at his heels with his lantern and my pistol Cot so fast I admonished sharply Excuse me be replied mockingly Ho was no common rogue I felt tho quality In him with a certain ad miration for his scoundrelly talents I continued ai his heels poking the muzzle of tho reviver against his back train time to time to keep him assured of presence a device that I was to regret a second later When wo were I should Judge about yards from tae end of the corridor aU that moment 1 prodded hind the point of the revolver ho foil backward against me threw Ills arms over his head and grasped me aboift the iicck neanwh e turn ing himself Utholy until Wr fingers olaspod my throat Tho IImtornrtm from my hand nnd ono or tho other of us smashed It with our feet A wrestling match In that dark hole was not to my liking I still hold onto tho revolver waiting for a chance to use It nnd meanwhile ho tried to throw me forcing mo bask against ono tide and then another of tho corridor With a quick rush he flung me away and in tho some second I fired The roar of tho shot In the narrow corridor was deafening I flung my salt on the floor expecting a return shot and quickly enough a flash broke upon tho durVnott dead ahead and I rose to my feel first again and leaped to tho opotilto aide of tho corridor and crouched thoro 1Vo had adopted thu same tactics firing and dodging to avoid tho target mirde by tho flash of our pistols and watching and listen lag aftor tho roar of tho explosions It was a very pretty game but not destined to lant long Ho was slowly retreating toward the end of thorimts age whore there was I remembered add wall His only chance was to crawl through an area window t know to bo there and this would I felt sure give him Into my hands After five shots nplcco there was a truce Tho pungout smoke of tho lieu der caused me to cough anti te laughed Httvo you swallowed a bullet air Qtenarm he cnllot I could hoar Ida feet scraping ou tho cemont floor he was moving away tram me doubtless Intending to flue when bo reached tho area window and escape before I could him I crept warily after him toady to fire on tho instant but not wishing to throw away my last cartridge lie was now very near the end of the corridor I heard his foot striko tome boards that I remembered lay He Me and Same Second I Fired too know down my ton reach on tho floor there end I was neveil for a shot and a handtohand strug gle If It came to that I was sure that ho sought the u In- do I heard his hands on the wall as be felt for It Then a breath of cold air swept tho passage and I knew that he must be drawing himself up to the opening I fired and dropped to the floor With the roar of tho ex plosion I heard him yoll but the ex pected return shot did not follow The pounding of my heart seomod to mark tho passing of hours 1 feared my foe was playing some trick creeping toward me perhaps to fire at close range or to grapple with me In the dark Tho cold air whistled into the corridor and I began to foul tho chill of It Doing fired upon Is disagreeable enough but waiting In tho dark for tho shot Is intolerable I rose and walked toward the end of the passages Then his revolver flashed and roared directly ahead tho lame of It eo near that It blinded mB and tho wad of the cart ride burned and stung my chuck I toll forward dazed and blinded but shook myself together in a moment and got upon my feet The draft of air no longer blew Into the passage Morgan had taken hImselfoft through the window and closed It aftor him I made sure of this by going to the window and feeling U with my hands- I went back and groped about for my candle which found without dim culty and lighted I then returned to the window to examine tho catch To my utter astonishment It was fas toned with staples driven deep Into the sash In such a way that It could not possibly have been cooned with out an expenditure of time aud labor My eyes smarted from tho smoko o tho last shot nod my cheek stung whore the wadding had struck my face I was alive but In my veatlon and porploxlty not 1 fear wlfolly grateful for my safety U was how over some consolation to feel sure T had winged tho cnimy nn FIR CONTINUED FINES Of l5000 ASSESSED ON EACH COMPANY II FIRST ANTI RECATE CASE- VERDICTADAINSIPACKERSUPNEIE Defendants Are Armour Packing Co Swift L Co Morris S Co and Cudahy Packing Co St Paul Minn April 30Judgl Sanborn filed the opinion ot thi United States circuit court of appeals which he hall written afflrminc tin judgments of tho United States dUtrkl court of the western district of MI fourl against the packing eompantoi for accepting coneoBtlons of IS centl per 100 pounds from the portion of the established rate for the transportation of provisions on through bills of lad fag from Kansas City to Chrtetlanls and other points in foreign coanUIoi Judges Hook and Adams concurred In the opinion The lower court Imposed a fine ot 15000 on each of the Indicted flans and these nun have been affirmed The defendant In tie COM Involved In the decision are Armour 1acklns Co Swift 01 Co Morris I Co and Cudahy Packing Co These eases are tM first of the so called rebate cases breught by the United States against the packers te be dettrmlned by apple ste court and will form tho basis for future action until the supreme court reviews the decision The sulMtanec of the conclusions reached by the court an u follows 1 That the glvtag or receiving of a rebate or conetttlon whereby prop arty tit Interstate or foreign commerce It transported at a teat rate than that legally fifed aid iwUltbed to a con lioness crime adjndtoabl In any court of the United States having Jur lad ctSeu of crimes in any district through which transportation U eon ducted t The rattt of transnerUUon from places In the United States to ports ot tranMhlpnwU an4 from ports of entry to places in Ute United States ot property la foreign otmmeret carried under through bill of hvllng are re Quired to Ve filed and pabllthed to The giting or receiving of the ro tate or concession whereby property ID Interstate or foreign ooKmeroe Is transported at less than the ottabUsbed tale Is the eteence of tile offense pertinent ly denounce by the Bikini act 4 The contract between a carrier and shipper to transport the lattcrs goods In interstate or foreign commerce at the then established rate for a deft Site time is In effect after a higher rate has been filed and published as required by taw KNIVES USED DY MURDERERS On Morris and His Wife After Break Ing Down the Door Chicago April 30 Crathtag through an outer door with an ax three men attacked John Morris and hit wift with knives in their libmc 12 Shllllto street They left Morris dead and his wife ecverly wounded The motive for the murder Is believed by the police to have been revenge for an affront placed on the men by Morris their former friend In ordering them from his homo ono night last week It was accomplished after the couple had bur rleaded the door against tram every movable piece of WithI hand Five men were arrested They are to be 0Sh001jJIIT rte and George need and Jamos Han pen friends of tho others who are held pending a coroners Inquest Miners Cut Off From Rescue Johnstown Pa April 90T11o oft clals of Mine 38 of the Uerwlnd White operations at Kourtwel whore seven men havo been Imprisoned by water for the last 72 hours stated that II would take at least 21 hours moro to effect a rescue A wall of water of 400 feet through completely filling the mine heading now separates tho un fortunate men from tho rescuing party Shot Her Husband Danville Va April 30H I Wil lams a carpenter was seriously shot by his wife at the homo of hor father Mrs Williams recently loft her bus band taking their two small children Williams the wlfo says had arrived at the homo and demanded that ho be given possession of tho children Dynamite Was Fatal Cottlnge April 3O0no person was killed and 30 persons seriously Injured by nn explosion of dynamite at tljo harbor works at Antlvari on the Ad riatic The buildings surrounding tic harbor works were badly damaged Milwaukee Wls April 30 Enough snow fell Jn Milwaukee Monday to do lay t itway traffic Tho storm was general throughout the state Upset Alcohol Lamp Lacrosse Wit April alltIrfl A J Elliot aged TO of Everett Wash was burneC to death at the homo of hot daughter lore The accident wat caused by tho overturning oJ an nlco hoi lamp which the aged woman was using to heat a curling Iron Killed HIs Rival Washington Ga April lOMad with Jealousy Frank Kane killed John Hicks In the presence of Mis Emma Simmons to whom b3th mon were attentive The young woman was th only witness IYJutJt J roI c HOLDER FOR UNRULY EWES Device Which Will Prove Convenient at Lambing Time Wo have a plan for making a handy farm device for tho holding of unruly ewes during lambing time which we think will be of Internet to others writes a correspondent of Prairie Far met This holder II used by us for hold ing stubborn ewes We bud a con plo of very stubborn owes last winter which would not own their lambs We wanted to save tho lambs as thoy were very fine ones and we retorted to huhllng the owes but as this took donstdortble of our time we devised a holder which holds u snoop fut noro securely than two men can by hand We pit place n owe securely In this holder and BO about doing other chorea and the lambs will take care Rack for Nervous Ewe of themselves This holder might be very valuable to any farmer who hat stubborn ewes We wotiM especially recommend Itt te In small socks We need all of our lamb last win ter which was quite a task as they were born early In the winter when the weather was quite sold We found that by usla the holder we were born early In the winter when teat work We make sheep boklera of old fence boards which did very well at we Had take materiel plenty strong bet when the lash tried to suck they let us know that our device was not com plete We therefore retorted to Iron rods as shown In UM rat and marked K and U These are made adjoatnbte for different slant of sheep at shows In the eat by three rings wnleh represent the hotae whish were bored throntjh the oerner poets We teed the axles of an std chit drens playing wagon These axles answered the purpose very nicely M they were Just the right length We then tawed two boards SI lashes long marked 1IU In the eat That were nailed to the Inside of the conies posts Then we stitched a board serous the front ond with a portion marked C In the cut sawed off so as to give plenty of room for tho sheeps throat enough to hold any ot our sheep In starting the construction we began with two boards K soul K about St Inches long to which we nailed the bottom boards which are 31 Inches long We made four posts of fence boards 2C Inches long which wo attached to tho bottom or floor one on each corner as shown In tho cut These posts bolrig marked A In the sketch We then proceeded with our work and attached three boards at ends on bottom ono In front and two In tbo roar Those we thought would make the owe stand in proper peel Ion Wo next attached an old hinge to a board for tho roar end of tho holder which wo then fastened to the hold or by one nail through the bottom nail hole In tho hinge which allows tho board or ond gate to drop down out of the way This Is qulto a convent once at It Is out of the way and Is not liable to be broken oft by a sheep running against It This board Is marked D In tho cut This door 111 fastened shut by a small hook which goes over tho nail In oho end of the doorWo thon found that we must sjrap our sheep In the holder to mall them secure So wo nailed straps to tho boards II II two straps to go over the shoupt Lack aid two straps to go un dot the shoo IIs bolfy Those strops us shown In the sketch afo marked 0 N They can be mado adjustable by putting any number of holes In the straps which may bo found necessary for the alzf of the sheep which tho holder In to accommodate Four dir fortnt straps are used for this pur pose tine end being securely nailed to the board on tho ono sldo and hoi other cud being slipped over a nail which makes It a very convenient fasteningFor the Iron rods stay In place wo fastened a woodon button as it ii called which holds the rods In their plane We then Inclosed tho front end by nailing boards on slant ingly This makes tho holder much more rigid than It would be wore the boards nulled on straight across the bdarda form a vory good brace in this way Carrots for Horses An addition of flvo or six pounds of carrots to tho dally food ration of or dinary work horses will always bo a hona1t Tiny should bo sliced longitudinally so that they will not stick In tho animals throat and ohoko him From nil tho American tests it an- peara fair to say that there Is no marked advantage In grinding grain for health horses that have good tncth MORE STOCKLESS COJIN Method by Which son Can 5Kept In Good State of FertjlltyY Years of oxporlenco hitvo taught me that the wise farmer It ho who kcopi Iilc land up to the highest notch of for tllltjr If nut llyeu means Uion an other There sue runny different ways to accomplish this and the plan for eooli man to follow IB the ono tMar gives best results with inalorfal ai hand at lout oxponso- H re In SoiithwostorB liwn wjrltni tho correspondent of Farroert Voice It It nut accessory to buy fertilizers that are sold lu the markets Stoat fnnnors keel at Iwgrt a few bond ot stock and the wise mite li ho who doubles the number of heed of took and dlrldM his aces of porn It bo will then Jttdteloualy and systematical lr go about building up hit land sup posing It has run down his luuimo would very soon double Kvery than mutt study kit sell MIl If he has a knowledge of clmnVutrj to much the bettor but for the owl nary farmer I first recommend seed InK down old worn out land to clover Htlng plenty of seed and U three or four yeart plowing the rioTer under deep and seeding some other part of hit farm to the septa So ninny farmers have the MM thU they trust have tram 00 to 50 acres of corn and perhAnt sot an acre til hay or pester The corn will avOr age say 10 bmkvta where If they had half the number of sere sail mad It yield 70 bushels they would lie the Ka inert then seed the batanoe to hwy Timothy clow and alfalfa bring al- wAM x t cued price and If the fnnntr will 1t p hoKt end cattle enough InrIIr vti this crop to put every manure on the land where It It rPn Mxlid pvery year or two plowing up a new piece and tending dowtt there li not the tenet donbt but that k steak account will double Fanners that lint ot leased lawl cannot follow this method and MtMW every year but It It to the IntMtiftt of both landlord nail tenant 16 ttnjr t ou the tame place at loss M iuttHilt and alto to bring Ute lend rf to lks htgbett prodnedvtiitts There It m mote staple pine hi follow for the aveins fainter than crop rotation If we tto a ftttt of this toll with u core tttlfcs M larger than sour Sager used ttaow UK a yield of no more them M bwth el you will atop Sod oti the spats lane assure piled amend tile been mo hlfffa one eaR lad HO wot tar any thing elM sad one eaa lie ore that farm haft wrrar had a load ef apr kited of ftrtlHMr sad tho Mir tbigf U Is sere to pave will be a awrisag Ii A BREEDING RACK FOR DULL r Description of Steoki In Ute by Ex pertment Station Following It a desert of IIJ pak 11111518IIInla allifactloa The apttaratiH U eonttnteUti by staking two 1x8 V4 leek timbers Inle the ground these being about three and onenaartor feet hljth and 13 Inch oa apart At a distance of 8 and one II half feet from these and In line with thorn plaee two simper supports one and one htr feet high These sup forte are each connected by a plank and a bar placed scrota the upper end forming A pair of stocks Into which a cow may be easily gotten They are ales made adjustable so that they tan bo made larger or The Breeding Rack smaller at the CUM may descend ThIs It accomplished by fastening the planks upon which tho hulls feet wilt rust with movable pint stf that boy may be placed close together or the reverse In thin connection couldcrableItroublo was osporlcncod In properly gauging tho width of them If they and too wide the bulls toot will get down botwoott thOycawand the sup port and mlRht ctfuiglpJury to both animate The already glvun 18 Inches Is wifllclont and lu odes oC hclfora may be somewhat less than this It requires too seyoral trial before tho bull IMCOIIIIW accustomed tb his new surroundings but when property made and with a little earn nail oxpurlonoo It Is found to give very satisfactory results Wo nppond stirs Hoards Dairy man nn Illustration of a device which embodies all tho essential prlnqlplca above described but IB made movable and more In the form of A box It should bo mado vory strong and the plunks upon which the bulls root are to rest should be supported from below by a plank reaching from the front to the rear corner pouts Ono IouunelyIiiatgnetlpace batwoon them may boo increased or decreased to correspond with the slzo of tho cow The Impotent Dull Standing In tho barns without ez crclBo together with an unbalanced ration often causes Impotency and then tine farmer wonders why hint ayonnqbullthe came results i n It Pays to Paint There is nothing that adds to to the selling value or the renting value ofa house like good paint there is nothing that makes home more homelike than good paint- It pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE SHERwINWIUTAMS PAINT I FOR PAINTING BUILDINGS OUTSIDE AND UfO IDE pays in the beginning because it goes so far pays in end because it lasts so long and looks so well as paintlikeeconomyand satisfaction SEE US FOR lt e COLOR CARDS The Porter Drug Co iKCVtrORATKD 000000000000000000000000000 0 I Berea and Vicinityso 0 0- o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o S o 0000000000000list Monday night the nurrligt of Mr S K Hunt to MlM Miry Spurlxj took pfec at the bride b tne on On Mr Mrert Mr II C Combs und Mfei Martha Like wn married less WMk TkuTtxtay evening Tar young i elare ell well known In U rea and Tra Ofttaw JolM with tlilr many frltllda In wtehtag thiin MWMU- Kev D tL Jonas of Inns TI1ttg hml StftilMry will lh at Ow Oon grtgMtoBal Ohs roll nut Bibbul tnorahgs The QmiRMrrial Club met In tb hall la Ike Bank Building test 1Vea MMtor ahlat with Q1I MtonAi ee Many nutter of t1Inttreet was IIbl1llllsbt up and rutarred to dltfestnt oommftteec It II rstwrted that A P Settle ho U w w pnjioxl te knilMM In ICagt ton has ieWad to return to Rana- Ue win U MW J M Birlri abr on CUaMMl strut and Mil goody for a willie ThaR ha to ptsturiftt to opts a ikittMg edak k1 Mecca Mra 0 D IIafl day has been very ill for the put fsw diyt Mia A P Settle and Mrs Addle BunssK ire Mag all klnta of draw nwking taMlRg MA prtMlRC over R E Moyas BWre J P Bltknill was in Richmond on liet Monday Mr Ww Hopkins a fonmer student who has bn touhlBg in Riibun Oip Oa is vititlo his sister hero In Mhosl Airs TiMlion Combs hoe bon very sick for several days Mr 0 W Wanly and faintly have moved tram Otntrr street down to their store on Depot rtrert MUo Mantha Spurlock who wins but ly burned while trying to kindle a fire with kerosene last Thuredjy is rapid ly improvingThe Flora Combj and Loren Howard entertained a number of friends st their home Saturday night Word his here riceircd that Harold Hunting the oan of the late Prln clpal Hunting it to be nurrled Stay 13th to Mies Eunice Merrill of Mln n llJlIr lion Ita Dees Harrison who has been slok about tourtwn months wu BUG cHsfully operated upon by Dr Oowley list Prldiy morning and seenw to be nooverlog very nicely Mr R H Harris and tunlly nre vis iting friend end rehtlvia In Paris and Lexington this week T C Vim and diughter Douhh of Scaffold Cane hive been visit Ins with J E Dalton and family Mary Adams returned home Friday from Richmond where ahe has been helping care for her Cousin Willie Mil- lIOn who has consumption An 8V4 pound boy was born to Dr and Mrs Cw k last Thursday Qlothtr and child ore getting on well Strayedor stolen from our lot on yearlingrewarded by returning toT H Hays STUDENTS SIOO a Moth During ViutiM wen the most mpletl and tine of trsns rent tmnaleu pocket knitva ner manatee withCand plel kllChn lor in Wr1N TUD Y lroar IIMn1 tttst Mutt Pdt tNxf Fit 9 h 0 Ito ifMlBeg 0000000000000Mr ind Mrs Joe Evans and son Frank pent Buurday with thti dwghur D C Chandler Mr P D 3 Mm of Mdtiehryfr Ky qnmt lath wk with frlenik brr Dr Oowliy wlsltai tAt Bunoune lme front ivjw on hie office hour will be rum 2 to 4 ii m only BIG LOTTERY EXPOSURE Many Plead Guilty to Federal Indict rents Mobile Ala May ILThe federal grand Jury which has been sitting since April 1 has made its final re port The lottery conspiracy indict mints includes a list of thirtyfive names of whloh twentythree have already been printed A total of 281 witnesses were examined from all over tho United States All except twelve of the persona Indloted have been nr rested and four of thorn have entered pleas of guilty and have secured sus pensions of sentence until May 27 Fraud Is Charged Butte Mont May GTho State Savings bank of Butte controlled by F A Kelnie has sled suit in the district court against Thomas M Hod gone and his brother Ralph M Hod gone It Is charged that Thomas M Hodgens defrauded tho bank of approximately 1200000 while ho was dl rector and cashier from 1900 to 105 An accounting is demanded Hodgens as a stockholder In tho United Copper company is now suing In the New York courts for the right to inspect tho books of that concern More Land Fraud Convictions Portland Ore May 6Former State Senators Franklin P Mays and W N Jones have been sentenced by Federal Judge Hunt in connection with land fraud cases of eastern Oregon Mays punishment is a 10000 fine and four months In jail and that of Jones Is 2000 and eight months in jail Mays sentence was stayed until November to permit an appeal LI have an invention told to patent which is 0 simple and useful that I t ought to nuke n fortune I Income one to take a put interest in It and help patent and manufacture1 C- tAC HART Berea Ky I lave just received an assortment of the newest shaped in Indies Hats and a nice line of Drere Goods I have the May Manton Patterns Jo aile at 10 cents each MRS 8 R BAKER Houses and gardens for Rent Call on O D Holllday at the Borea Bank and Trust Company The special combination rate ot The Citizen new or renewal and the Louisville Herald dilly for one year tOr 200 expires May 20th Thea who wish to have a dully paper In their homes will do well W subscribe immediately yOB AOENTSAX OPPORTUNITY The Old World And Its Ways SlY WILLIAM JENNINflS BRYAN BOP NOW HEADY FOR SOMC1TOR8 Ea rlal OtftlV fazii Ovtr ton Kit intvtnpjnn fMototratU tttt ty Mr8lyaa hieHiltsever written The people are for It The agent utrveit FREEaend fifty WlS to cover milling sad handling fhi Thompson PubliihlMc OeI If LAWeibll 10000800080000080o0 Itemso i 0 o HERE AND THERE 0 00080000000000 Mrs J A U Rogers arrived In Be rea lent Frldiy to allay until afier Comm no inuit Dr and IN Thomson Mr and Mtfl Hudson and Mr and Mn Gamble wont w Paytontown to help organize a Sunday echooll oat Sunday Wm HopklBs hat entered sohoal to tike some sloyd wiork which will help him In his ark at Rabun GAP Gi Wm nnvmtn one of the auvltnts blng thneaened with npp wllckls was tjken to the hospital but It Improving Dr Ttemoni snake In ObipelSan dry nlghc on Unlv ra l BrothiKiia rise Miry P1ek ling ltd the Y W C A mectfng Sundry Berea Wins in Baseball Gamo In 11111IIr Dirty AVurk of Urntucky Wrdnjrnn Untrrnttr Amid yells of dei alon and shjwra of dirt and took the lima Vunelty turn look their places lilt Thurtviiy JB one of the side hills of Wlnolunut The battle billed tar 330 between tM Kentucky Warty in train md Dr rm In reality wus between the batter and the allied foroer of Krwiickj Weelyan one Wlnohrsur Words oat teat do justice to their recruits or theIr battle field There were a few among the uyeo lators who loved a good dun gnun and had It not been for thrcn the Be nu boys must have biome diseour aged They played good bill In suite rf the dlfleulU and at the ekis ol the Rjino were ov rjoyr l to find the bMhnum lacked Rlogers could not eta the same for Kentucky Wtubim IJ niltlier oauld thtlr ueuplra The score wasD6ft1l 10 Ky W 8 Batteries Dense Hopkins and Mewu Ky W Prevltt and Young took and Djirson Strlko OIIt8UJIJ kiss 1C PrtvlK Hook I Bis on baits HapkiBB C Hook 2 hits off of Hopkins 4 Prtvltt Hnek 9 INJUNCTION HOLDS Kentucky Court of Appeals Passes on an Interesting Question Frankfort Ky May GThe court of appeals through Judge Barker do dined to dissolve an injunction grant ed by the Woodford circuit court to restrain a tobacco raiser from break Ing a contract into which hp entered with tho Burley Tobacco Society and selling his crop to tho American Tobacco company- In tho action Is raised the question of the constitutionality of tho legisla tive act legalizing the forming of pools by farmers on their products adopted by tho Kentucky assembly in 1906 In overruling tho motion to dissolve the Injunction Judge Darker writes that tho six members of the court are so widely divided on the questions presented that they prefer to pass them until the case comes regularly before the court on its merits and can be fully argued and presented The question is probably thomost interest Ing now before the people of Ken lucky as upon the decision rests the future of the Society of Equity now flourishing among the farmers and tobacco raisers ot tho state WILL MEET IN NEW YORK Daughters of the Revolution Accept Gothams Invitation Wheeling W Va May eTho an nual meeting of the General Society ot tile Daughters ot the Revolution AC- cepted tho invitation ot the New York society to hold tho meeting of JB08 in New York city memlberahlptucky Miss Martha Pcrrine Ohio A revolution Intended to increase the representation of tho smaller State so cieties was defeated The visiting delegates will be enter tained at several functions until to- morroW when they will go down the Ohio river for a visit to historic flea nerhassett island and leave from Par kersburg for the Jamestown exposi lion FROG MORTON Insurance President Says Roosevelt Could Get It for the Asking Wheeling W Va May 6 Theodora Roosevelt can havo tho nomination for tho presidency again for tho asking says Paul Morton president of the Equitable Life Assurance Society and former secretary of the navy who was here attending an agency meeting of his company Mr Morton said I am strong partisan of the presi dent If ho would run again there is not the slightest doubt the Republican national convention would make his nomination by acclamation Many be have ho can be induced to accept it I do not believe so I was with him when his Wrote his determination not to accept a third term as he called lit It was not done ItfcpuUlvely sad I be tnttftt iiil TREATY RATIFIED United States Is Now Legally the Financial Trustee of San Domingo MARKS A NEW DEPARTURE Action of island Congress imposes Upon Uncle Sam an Entirely New Set 6f ResponslbllltiesMust Keep Order Among Other Things Santo Domingo Republic of Ban Domingo May 4The now treaty between tho United States and Santo Domingo Intended to replace the treaty which has been pending bofoio the United States sennto for the last two years has been ratified by the Dominican congress r The Dominican treaty marks a now departure In tho relations of tho United States to the smaller republics of tho western hemisphere for In the case of Santo Domingo tho United Stales now becomes legally a trustee In a financial senso and must go so far In tho preservation of order and tho accompanying discouragement of revolutions as Is Incident to the control of the custom houses Tho treaty really had Its birth In a revolution While the American government was pressing for a settlement of the claims of Its cltUens against Santo Domingo In December 1904 President Morales being beset by rev olutionists In the hope of securing the moral support of tho United Statos entered Into an agreement with Capt Dllllngham of tho American navy by which the Dominican custom houses were to bo occupied by tho Americans and tho foreign Indebtedness of the country discharged from tho receipts Rejected at Washington this agreement gavo place March 31 1905 to a modus Vivendi whloh has operated up to this time This placed an Ameri can collector In charge and provided for tho deposit in New York of 65 per cent of the customs receipts for the benefit of tho Dominican creditors The modus vivendi did not save Mon ales from political destruction for he was deported by the revolutionists and his vice president General Cacercs installed as president But the modus Vivendi did lead to the deposit In New York of 3000000 which will now be placed to the credit of the Dominican government That government has had more available money since the modus vlvendl was established than at any other tlmo in Its history Tho Dominican govern mejit also finds itself In possession of four coastguard cutters hithe United States The modus vivendi was formed after a treaty pending before the United States senate when Secretary Root assumed office lie recast the docu ment and Feb 19 last the treaty which has just been ratified was sub matted to the senate The way had been paved by an agreement between Fredorlco Velasquez tho Dominican minister of finance and the creditors of tho republic whereby the latter agreed to a 50 per cent reduction in their claims if these were settled in cash A New York banking house un dertook to advance the money for this purpose accepting for tho 20000000 5 per cent 60year bonds which will now ba promptly issued Thus all of the creditors of Santo Domingo will be embodied In this New York Rrm The new treaty provides in its first article for tho appointment by tho president of a receiver of customs to collect tho Dominican revpnues as long as the bonds are outstanding a period estimated at twenty to forty years This collector is tq pay the expenses ot receivership the Interest on tho bonds and the annual sums required for amortization of the bonds and then turn the balance qver to the Dominican government On tho first day of each month he is to pay 1100 000 to the fixed agent of the loan If exeee43000000annually fundTho national congress of mothers will open at Los Angeles riext Friday THE MARkE r Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at lading Pplnte Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 79c No 2 red Ito CornNo2 62c Oats No t mixed 42o Hay Clover 1600 JilSOO timothy 190002100 millet 11300 1600 Cattle250 t 600 tags 8000660 Sheep 30082G Lambe600760At Wheat No 2 red 84c CornNo o OatsNo 2 44Hc Cattle J4750B76 Hogs 4500685 Sheep 4000540 Lambs 5250715 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red S3Hc Corn No3 EOo Oats No 3 4Se Cat lie Steers 4000060 stockers and feeders 3000526 Hogs 5750 150 SheepUSOIS Lambs Livestock at New York Cattle 4500660 Hogs 6500 120 Sheep400660 Lambs8liO D790At East Buffalo Uattte1400676 Hogs650- I58hoep3000060 Lambs800 1100Whist at Tolesls Way l3I4i JiJyII 114511 34L KokokakororokoatororororoRodokokokokokokokokokokokckoRing K atr Ir GROCERIEo 0 GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED x TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN eU I o Best Canned Corn per can osc x AGENT FOR NAVEN LAUNDRY o r roKOroKOROVokotROltoyoK WE are a full line of for at 400 LADY foi ladies at and Saso for boys and girls u to We Invite you visit us when of that new pair of Oxfords and see our line Yours respectfully FURNISHERS KY m H The Colorado river took its name from the color of its water tho SpanI Ish namo meaning red It Is muddy only at high water I Austria was the next after England to build and open a steam railway She beat Franco in this reo tpcct by one day only rear fishing in Moro province Phil ippine Islands can only done by vessels built in the United States or In tho Philippines Antiquity of Billi The invention of bells is attributed by some of the best foreign cam panologists to the Egyptians who are credited with having made use of such percussion instruments to announce tho sacred fetes of Osiris In China they are said to have been known nearly 8000 years before tho birth jof Christ The Greeks and the Romans it is said never used bells of a large site Yet the hour of bathing And tho Opening the market places were ad Mortised dally by rInging bells and It appears that small ones would have the purpose He Knew Boys Farmer Meddergrass t set my boy Hiram to sawing some wood this mornln1 Xaybor Did yet Ill send my boy Silas over to help him No dont yo it 1 want the job done in a hurry Philadelphia Press Pastor Oust coming from church Hello Seppll Why are you looking so justlosttho punishment for not coming to church Beppl Yes Out the two win ncrs they werent at church either Bombe LlfoThethere are threo wicks to tho lamp of a mans life bralfli blood and breath Press tho brain a little its light goes out followed by both tho others Stop IIUDIIIsupply the other centers flame and All is soon stagnation cold and BHJOllver Holrqcs darkI J B Richardsonqortc korokokokokorokckokoKastor L II LOOK J5r the LABEL I Turn the inside pocketI KANTBEBEATthats I Its a mark of honesty and IBEATtis O KIPockets braced inside collarsI made right shoulders built up properly and cloth shrunk before cuttingThe i makers stand behind every garment branded KANT BEBEAT 1 We claim this clothing is suIperior to socalled tailor receiving SKREEMER SHOES AMERICAN SHOES menISECURITY SHOES at please to thinking HARRIS RHODUS CO BEREA BEE KEEPERS country be of scarcely answered farmer farmer Meddcrgrass do of Wendell made Before you buy your Spring t supply see the PullinsBeehive manufactured and sold by Wood Work CollegeBerea latest improved Has all conveniences and is an or nament to place in any ones yard Call and investigate Ohios Productive Fields In a good year Ohio grows about manlrol of apples and from 20 to 26 bush oIl of corn Compulsory Mustaches It may at first sight seem absurd that officers should not be allowed toiwear mustaches but when one ro members that there are fathers of families At the war office who earn f their bread by looking after important matters of this description one Is given pause London Dispatch Natural Indignation Count Logorlui having mat a pretty housemaid on a friends doorstep profited by the occasion to steal a kiss but was surprised in tho act by the butler Furious at being found out ho shouted You unmannerly rascal Why did you not knock be j fore before coming out IOStrenna arestl Does Your Heart Beat 1 Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or Bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Snrsaparllla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years ihliterIre then absorbed Into the blood dulyuwith Ajort mil Urn pllli Alt i tab- leAXId1lZ sane Co LowtU lit acau JL UAIR VIGOR AQiattRE mlYtr p2troeAL- t i The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is rlfhl true and Inttrestlng rnbllthed every Tburiday at Eere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorpomlnl E Albert Cook Ph 0 Editor and Mph Subscription Rates FAYAELU IN ADVANCII OlIo Year l n- BU Uonth tR Tarn Months 3 bead moneyby ro loiDce or Bxprrti Monry Order Draft Rt lcita Icltcr prone and two c al tamps Tk date after name on label howa le- whit date your sub crdptaoe I patti II it n not chanted within torte weeks titer teuewal aotlfy us- Mlselftp namttts wltl be gltdty upplltd If we neoa6edrift Riven for sew nbfrrlptioni sad prompt renewals Semi for Premium lust Liberal terms givtn ID aftvwho obtain new cutMcriptlons for us Any one emliiiK ua tout arlT subsctipttoncanrecieeTheCitiaenties lor for one year AdTertlslng tats on application NFNIIIIB OP KENTUCKY PRK S JS OUTIONI 0A professor in Copenhagen univer pity Is said to chloroform plants Aft er several days they bud In great profusion A largo Filipino Methodist Episcopal church Is In process of erection In a prominent locality in the city of Manila It is recalled that James IJryco is one of the very few men who have set foot upon the top of Mount Ararat This was nearly 10 years ago Tho mountain Is over 17000 feet In height I Between St Petersburg and Tsars koe Selo there is a special line with a private simian at each end for the exclusive use of tho Imperial family Every yard of It is constantly guard ed and the czar himself often drives the locomotive of eourse under the superintendence of the proper driver Boycott against American goods In China has been suppressed The American consul general at Canton reports a striking punishment for those who tried to further It In that province The viceroy has com polled the association which promoted the attempt at boycott to I turn over the money in its treasury to a pub lie hospital Thus money Intended to make trouble will go toward alley aUng it The derelict feoae of the great dangers of the sea Hulks of abandoned vessels often float about for months and cover distances of thousands of miles being of course a menace to every ship which traverses their vi cinity Tho government has done good work In ascertaining the where abouts of such perils and blowing up and sinking the derelicts A revenue cutter Is about to be constructed which will be designed especially for this duty in addition to her regular service She will bave great steaming radius The village inn at Addington Eng land has been tenanted by the mem bers of one family since the reign of Henry VII On the death of the mother of the present hostess she left u son but only three daughters survived her The three stators In turn took possession and the present hostess is the last of them The Jolly Millers Inn at Newnham Cambridge shire has been kept by a family named Musk for tlje last 400 yliars It Is recorded in Cambridge annals that Queen Elizabeth onco stopped here and drank a quart of ye olde N English nyle without getting down from her horse A French writer on the subject ac cepts as correct the estimate that within the last nine yearsthe period which practically covers the develop ment of the machinesnot loss than D50000 automobiles have been manufactured valued In the aggregate at si billion dollars And ho freely con cedes that in this line of effort the United States takes first place Con Btdcring the start the countries of tho old world particularly France were given this admission Is particu iarly Interesting and highly compll mentary to the land of the free and the home of the auto lover Citizens of a New Hampshire town which Is Infested with moths have shown that they know what patriot lam moans and what the flag stands for Ono article in the warrant for the town meeting called for an ap propriation to exterminate the moths another for money with which to buy a now flag The first was accepted tho second rejected The people agreed that the old stag could serve every purpose of a hardworking and nblcbodlod flag for at least one more 3 ear hut they knew that the moths would not wait Tho socalled sacred cattle of India Importedintostate were shipped from Karachi with the sanction and under the care Cal watch of the United States de partment of agriculture Most of the animals were bulls Should the ex pectation of the Imperviousness of theirII it Is likely that other shipments oft India live stock will follow I J Effrrt nf lap Strain ant tli Smttra itraitlx By DR CEO M GOULD Distinguished Lye Specialist PhiladelphiaI IT T ling boon dnnioufitrated by scientific examinations that front 30 requiringthedoes to maintain their general health nnd to keep up with their fellows who naive good eyes As a matter of pedagogics of school eflleienry of tilt pros raton of eyesight and of general lioulth the public is vital ly interested in having these ocularly deficient and Imndicopp liildnen supplied with spectacles The public school system therefore justly demands that tliotc children too poor to pro cure tho scientific refraction required and the skilled fitting of propjr spwtatles diouid turnih8u11 poor children with these helps absolutely nccffMry in order to enable them to tarry out the school work requited by the law The aecomnKHlation function of our eyes is their power to focus equally clearly the images of objects at a distance and those near the fact Its mechanism is the crystalline lens controlled by the ciliary mutdd The lens has nn innate and spotaneou elasticity which gives it the ability to increase its refractive bower required as an objoct is brought nearer tM eye This increased refraction is incited by the contraction of the ciliary muscle This act is called accommodation As hag been said it is littlu examined in myopia and hence there is littte pain or eyestrain in purely myoptic defects or neanightrdiiegt In tire condition called etniuctropia or optical normality only approximately existing it is called into we and increasingly with every increase of nearness of the object looked at until its extreme is reached when the object is go veer tho eyes that it is not clearly seenthat ia with accurate focus or clear photographic deflni tion Although the medical textbooks give little or uo hint of this it is true as ihousnndc of good pbyaicina and patients well know that lwa4aaehes 90 per cent at least are due to eyestrain Many observant physicians believe that the socalled paroxysmal neuroses periodic headaches migraine epilepsy asthma etc as well as hysteria neurasthenia bruin fag II noxious breakdown are very frequently cawed by yean of mor hid ocular struggle Mental diseases follow wearineM alternating with hypereaeitabil ity an amazing need of vajking truancy escaping from ocular labor morbid introspection nameless torments and selftorment ing diseased habits hopeleamesfl melancholia manias incipient and functional ill finities and indirectly occupational failure crime and many other errant trends ultr Tu11ii Qlul1tbltug By REV CANON J W HORSLEY It is mote easy to get a man to leave off drink than to leave oft betting- I recall a striking coo feaaion of the power that gambling wields over the life of anyone in its clutches It happened during the time Iwas prison chaplain at rfcrk cnwcll Gaol I was trying to keep a man straight who had been a burglar a drunkard and a gambler I car leave off burgling he said to me one day I can leave off drink but I cant leave oft betting The ignoble and unbrotherly desire to make money without giving anything in return for it is in my opinion the chief consideration which should deter people and especially young men from gambling It is to my mind immoral for one to take money in that way This point came out strikingly in the evidence I gave before the royal commission on bet ting which was appointed to inquire into the subject some years ago When L said that a man had no right to bet one of the peers sitting on the commission remarked that it was too sweeping an assertion for the remark did not apply to a man like himself who could afford to lose That is where you are wrong I replied You cant afford to lose With men in your position it is a case of noblesse oblige It is for you to set an example to the people in a lower class of life You may bo able to afford to lose the money but you are not uhlc to afford to lose the influence of your caftHnplev The suffering which falls on the wives and oliildron of married men who gamble must be seen to he believed I remember on one occasion going to two cottages which stood side by side They wore both tenanted by married men Their wives were in rugs and their children half starved One of the men was a drunkard whilo the other though quite sober and always in work wus perpetually having his resources drained away through betting Although he saw the misery to which his wife and children were reduced ho kept on always hoping against hope that he would make a coupon recover himself instead of pulling up at once when his hard work would soon have told and he would have been nhle to extricate his wife his children and hintn nun n self from the terrible condition in which they lived Undoubtedly gambling is increasing You have only to look at the increased number of letting papers and comparo them with what they were a certain number of years ago to understand that this is the case if they did not succeed they would not bo pub lished The way in which betting is invadingsport after sport is terrible for this is making it wellnigh impossible for decent people to follow them wIfe grtDuh lWIift Dy fRANK RICHARDSON You cannot no too careful In your choice of a second wife If you make a mistake in choos ing your second wife it is obvious that you did not deserve to lose your first Mnrlago is a habit that grows on one The reasoit that so many marriages turn out unhappily for the parties concerned lies In the unfortunate but by no means unnatural desire that men have for marry tnj their second wives in the first instance If a man could marry his second wife first there would be fewer bachelors ARE WE ISOLATED FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS DO1 NOT SHOW IT If We Buy Less Per Capita of Foreign Products Than Other Nations Do It It Because That More Than Any Other Nation We Supply Our Own Wants Taking Issue with the New York I Tribunes contention that commercial isolation cannot be charged against a country whose extorts have In the lust ton years protection exceeded those of the United Kingdom and have gone far beyond the exports of Franco and Germany whllo ai to the total of foreign trade the United States stands third among tho nations the Now York Times says Why should not S3M1510 Ameri cans buy or son more than Knsland France or Germany whoso populations range around 40000000 each Why should not a nation of 107000 000000 of wealth surpass each of B- Ond nations of which any two hardly surpass Its resources Why should not an undeveloped country grow faster than those which ham reached It not passed maturity T If the United States has done to well under outworn and repressive conditions what might It not do If the bonds wore cut Not to buy as much as you s nand preferably mare than you solo Is In tho eyes of the avenge tree trader a sin and a shame It never seems to occur to his mind that a nation tike an individual buys whet It neds and no more Tho United Static Is In the fortunntu position of needing to buy lees per capita than any one among the producing nations On tbte ae coast our country Is greatly envied by all tho world Not only that but all the world recognizes that fact that we have reached this enviable position through the policy of so stimulating and developing our great productive resources as to supply our wants to a degree that no other nation can boast We have accomplished Oils aplftdJd- NMlIt with a protective tarot Yet 1st the last II months wo have bought of tho outside world close span IMM 90000 of Its products Tbss we have paid for with our exports of about J 860OWOeO Of the M 0OMOM of Imports SMOMOM worth wore arti cles which we could bave ourselves produced and would pro4 ce If com palled by trade hostility to do so Ought we to have bought more than 00eco0 0 worth at these compel live articles It so why We did not need any wore then why purchase more The lust that the per capita average of either exports or imports Is larger IB Evopeaa countries of smaller population only proves tbelr worse fortune and oar better fortune It certainly does not prove that we ought to have bought sad sold wore We sold according to oar surplus and bought according to our requirements As a matter of fact we bought be yond our requirements On this ques tloon of enormously increased pin chases of eoMMOdlties produced by foreign taker the Times remarks And by the way bow ira Is It since the party which has legislated against foroiga trade for generations He claimed the growth of foreign trade as one of its acHileveMentsT Why Is not the growth of foreign trade a legitimate argument for a higher tariff so that it may be chckedr The growth of import trade to a total almost double that of 12 years SRO under a reformed tariff might well serve as h legitimate argument for a higher tariff It Is very certain to servo that purpose when the question of tariff revision shall have been forced upon the country Let no one suppose that when the time arrives for alter ing the schedules the alteration Is go Ing to bo altogether downward There ore schedules which need revising upward Positive proof of that is tobe found In a yearly Intake of more than 1800000000 of dutiable and competi tive articles As to the question how much better wo might have done In the matterof swelling our foreign trade to Its present vast proportions if the bonds were cut we leave the Times to fig ire that out merely contenting our selves with tho remark that the na tlon which achieves the greatest pros perity by looking after the Interests of its own people will Invariably be found to be best able to buy and con sume products of other nations Some of the bonds were cut In 1894 and we are now buying nearly double what we did before the bonds woro restored by tho Dlngley tariff Another Truce Tbt German government has gen rrously consented not to assmsidnato German Industries by enforcing Its maximum tariff against American ex ports Tho modus virendl has bum extended another yoor and will last until July 1 1003 The industrialists of Germany have troubles of their own In tho Increased cat of living and the higher rate of wages they have boon compelled to pay If to this ad verse condition wore added tho cora photo loss of a market for their manu factured products amounting to flKO 000000 a year such as would Inevita bly follow the precipitation of a tariff war with the United Stator the conso quences to Gorman Influstrlallem would be serious Indeed Again wo say there will be no tariff war with Germany Neither will there be any butchering of American Industry In order that the Germans may grab a bigger chunk of the American market At least not whllo the party of protection remains in control of the United States government IOWA IDEA IS PASSING Lets Inclination to Play into the Hands of Democrats The rage for tariff disturbance seems to be subsiding in Iowa A tel egram In tho New York Tribune says Des Monies la March ISIn the legislature today KspfoMiitutlvo Min or n Democrat asked for con rdom tion at Ida joint resolution calling upon the Iowa congress delegates at Wash ington to vote for Immediate revision of the Dlngipy tariff so tar as It af furls a shoitor for monopolies This IB the language which the scoalled progressive Republicans Incorporated In their platform last year A He publican moved to lay the motion on the table An effort was then nwde by a Cummins man to have a substi tute motion to refer considered Ho was ruled out of order and the mo lion to lay on the table was put Miller demanded a roll call and 111 the progressive Republicans voted to have the question sidetracked It must bo that Oov Cummins has seen a now light He II latterly Main mining a discreet reserve on the to Iff question Is it because he no longer regards reform as the tlrOlt- rOlttl to the senate JIll followers too seem to have learned something from experience At least they know enough to decline playing Into Ute bands of Democrats They have not always been so politically wise MoKlnley and Reclorocity The effort to emasjculate aid tOO mately destroy the protection system of Unto country very commonly takes the form of ratarettresenUnc the atU ute of both MeKlntoy and IMalne the question of reciprocity For ex ample the Washington Post Mr McKJntey WU converted to tIFw doctrine of trade reciprocity by Mr Maine and be WM a more or less re Ipctant dlarlpto bttt be came to em brace the Idea with all the eaergtes of Us mind When be became preet deltt he looked around for a uosape tealman to sMMotlate ntlproclty treatise and his choice fill on John A XauMon That President McKinley wit for a time favorable to the nuJnraiion of the Kaesoo trt ChM Is not to Is de algid Hut It was for a short time only Later when by Information re ceived from primary sources hf had become convinced that to ni htde these trU B would work Mriouit In jury to many lines of domestic Fuelraa doe be chmnised his views and gave bl full approval to tile polity of sea action in the summer of mi tjjrce months before be delivered that muck quoted and greatly garbled Itu Halo speech President McKinley l latad himself explicitly In thrtr exact words I favor no reciprocity that takes from a single American work ttaa bis jobThat this vva his final tudgment there is no room fur doubt Taken in Us acutely with all Its quart Ipgare clausps eneh M trade arwagemenls which shall not curtail domestic pr- oduetloltu Buffalo speech In Sep temper does sot In tie slightest de tree clash with the declaration three months earlier as quoted above Kb last public utterance tallies perfectly with the platform on which be was elected In 1800 That platform fa vored reciprocity that would not roe flict with protection reciprocity la articles which we do not ourselves produce reciprocity In noncompetitive products only That wu McKlnk y reciprocity and Republican reciprocity In 1SBO and 1000 That was Republi can reciprocity In 1001 It nfnst re main Republican reciprocity whllo protection remains a cardinal princi pie of Republican faith Not will the Republican party drops protection can It take up reciprocity in compet ing products GOT A BITE I Wage Increases Notice of an increase In wages of one dollar per week has boon posted la six of tho largest silk dye hour tv In Paterson Tim advance affoots about 5000 men with weekly wage I ranging from 1 10 to 20 It Is ex pected that tho smaller dye houses will grant a similar Increase Would these advances In wakes occur It tho tariff were now In course of revision or oven If a definite date for taking up revision had been agreed upon Certainly not Would tho wage Jn creases be granted It reciprocity treaties had boon concluded or were In course of negotiation by which a tariff reduction on silk goods wan conceded la favor of imports Iran France and Germany Just as surely as the tariff Is revised downward by direct reduction or by reciprocity con cessions so surely will wages be re- wised downward in every branch o Industry It is well to keep this fact In mind STRONG DRINK A CURSE Its Use Robya Man of His Most Priceless Possessions iIIheIiffootfons and the fweslono tho lent of tho umlorstandlK and nib will tho moral sonic lovo courage apMt disposition of mind Anti Immoral Icy and drunkenness rob jntui of all this which makes hint n man in eon treat with a beast What Is a man without the Innor part tho Miner man of the heart In that which Is pot corruptible Ho is a boost find worse for a living orotilnro whlali Is destitute of thin Inner coeseiouenes takes no high pleas In the antonl mMerttlNrdrunkard A man destitute of his chief aril rltstl partthat part vrlitoh CAD know understand sad resntt t- Oot sad which can edify holp love sad serve his tellox ereaWrrla a moral monster and such It the spa cable drunkard or opium stave A man without tlatotal peat M a NMHI half dead a blighted creature Ida attactics are paralyntd he trend on wife sad children to gratify boa self Indulgence the man to without heart And be Is wit boat tIH retflndln Again and again the phyewnl snfler ltdrteB peace In strong drink has t Jd bins t the effect wbteh IntortontlHsj liquors have upon nim flit the aimUwly short Use of ptaMorn M all be thinks of be to without sjunersua4 lair aver of that wbMt hie experience teach+ s hits be Is eefnotou blind aided by tile demon late wboea coarse ike devil has eommlHsW kim end be rnnnnt kelp burnish U has sold his win and bU unssrsIr1IIto his gmnteat enemy lap snortUv pAeaaurw the Miserable crearure is without heist Who kn wa how many have aiw f out of uric world Into a bojpslcni eternity with n heart taken away by Gods ertwt enemy xh MB they did pot nI i that be miKht nee Iron thriu And thy bare rbsjnw an un sp kaiii terrible AetratfrM n tot pI- pan u not far theta hot tar ih davit end Tito angels Matt SS4D Drunkarls sjsi aorri r r I nn often llnknl inther In BI rIRAnddniDkrniKKi Including slaes ry ra opium mii otnnr srOitJvom Ismsnortl Ity in nil Its terrtbk arils nn4 apr ittulinlnWok is a inotiMI 4rakrn sees inuk men hrartleM till cniflT toward Misir leltow riorams ns U1ry nor idI1 towards rri In their r fee tln r old dleobrdlrt1a1611gtt Ami iranktnnes sad Inunornlitjr th isssnee of a Hlannsni c w ilwut Mrs M Ihut r In writing tn chriMttaa Herald The dmnknttf maddened by die tblnit of hap wbMk Batu JaM resale to burn In Mi body will tale wile and cbJMmm or bns band oaf cnlMrsn uijeared for wlln out food or Are ueoelng or proper clothing tn Imtnlge in the temporary mtiafnctfcm which the etupentettoa nf Intoxication brings with It Ob now truly wine and new wire take away tile heart Tne power tn reason tile power to reject tnn power to bnve compassion the power to eewsWsr re sponetMllty eJl Is gone drewsetl by the miserable drink the horribn d villHh selfindulgence regnnUosa of what others suffer And truth Honor honesty all which raises a nan depart whoa Ute drink or opium or Immorality lay hold of him lie has like Ahab sold himself to the devil in the sight of the Lord cr Kings 2131 The Church and the Saloon Question lllshop R S Poster has said The 1JheartIng Us force against tho gigantic atrocity of Christian civilisation that mothers ninetenths of the woes and sorrows that blight and curso our mod ern ago oho tramo In intoxicants which hides Its deformity under forms of law Tho conflict Is now upon us Tho church must load In this reform This Is her most pe culiar province It comes In time lino of tho groat class of moral Issued of which who is tho recognized guardlam Tho rum hole must bo closed or the mm hell will engulf CbrUtoudont It over the pulpit had a right tho duty to hay with unsparing robulte It It hero Saloon Windows nishop peer of Now Yorlc Bdll vVs + i that drinking could bo lessoned If the Xjidoors and windows of snlToons wore not screened Especially would tbls have a restraining effect upon many young people ho thinks Tho blshoit rtmade these statements at a recent meeting of the Church Tamporancft society In New York and at the same time ho suggested that tho organisa lion could do a good work In obtain Ing the abolishment of such screens Reject Drinkers Mon doslrlng to occupy certain post lions of trust In the United States must bo bound by regular bondlnR 11tlons tInrefuse to bond the applicant It la tsand that over two millions of the beatIpositions In the country urea closed to alp but total abstainer tla r fiTtE EAGLE HUNTER DarIng Feats of Willy Amrheln of Switzerland Who la die bravuei man In the world Well thats a hard quuetlon to an swerliint It boys SoinuohdopenUs lint suppose wo ask who Is tho most daring man In the world One might bay the Arctic explorer another might bay thq African lion hunter and no on Rut I ffithor think you had not thought of another fellow tho eagle hunter of tho Alps Ab but ho Is a daring man And be li so used to running risks that he actually thinks nothing of It One of tho greatest eagle hunters In Swttxerlsnd Is Willy Amrheln A man who went with him on one of his eagle The Lasts land Willy by tht way makes a specialty uf capturing young eagles alive Has written rite fallowing ao count ore darfl wiporlenee Wo tatted long before dawn for TO had o long Had nrtlooiw climb to makeover dSo aI rocks dangerous glaciers und yawning abysses before we could hope to reach the eyrie heights where the oaglM At last RelitIJnyh hush while he crept to the edge and leaning cautlowly over scanned the ohelf of rock at some distance below An uplifted linger both warned and beckoned us With Infinite care wo crept to the edge and looked down Thoro was n nest with a couple 4t uagles jurt the ago to haw shod then wlilto baby down and begin to put on aoft Joathors UoHlde Uio nest on tho Bnn warmc d shelf of rook stood the mother eagle performing btr morning toilet It was a charming sight liut WQ had work before us and alast had one cruel thing to do While the rest of VII tteld him Willy aimed carefully Crack wont the gun and xlp1 flew the bullet straight to the JOLLY MEMORY GAME x ten or a dozen articles onI t a table place a very clearly mark ed number beside each one Then rail In company and give them 1Inst one minute to the second tor ob the articles and numbers arlJArranged numbering each properly At first jt wijl be most difficult for eacles heart She leaped far but Is air gave her wInGs a mighty flap then Mink straight as a plumn hoe out ol BlrJit Into tho ravlno below Walt here for me commanded Willy and he descended as rapidly at ho could In the right direction as no ticed by his practiced eye After a time he returned with a broad smile on his faces Shes a bird Indeed said he seven feet If shes an Inch from tic of wing to tip ot wing After this camo the daring work Having found a suitable ledge over hanging the nest Willy directed UR Ic arranging some heavy logs as a sort of crane or support for n long pole from the further end of which be had suspended a stout pulley and from the pulley hung a long and very strong double rope to each end ot which s suck of rocks was attached A set ot signals having been ar ranged between us ho now descended the mountain to a ledge which was about CO feet below tho nest prefer Ing to ascend from there rather than doHoend from whore wo wero for we wore fully 76 feet above the nest Removing one of the sacks of rock and carefully fastening Into Its place u rude sort of seat with a stout sharp alpen hook In hand and a couple ol sacks In which to place tho young eagles ho gave the signal and we from Oaring feat your above irffun to pull him up In air Slowly jerk by Jerk wo fetched him up through the 10 foot of perilous as edit When ho got faltJf swung out In air wo could ace tho rope begin to swing around in a circle It was all VUir coW do by means ot his alpon hook to keep Ills body from ctrl day ugalast the jugged tucks One mistake might have cost him his life lint no mistake was made for our mans name WM Witty Amrbeln When he found himself close to the level of the nest ho signaled stop and as the rope swung him to he caught the ledge with his book drew clMo and gathered in the eaglets one by one with infinite care Then with n signal Sown be gently let go and started on tho even more perilous de scent and the farther down ho went the larger circles the rope described and the more ho was In danger of bo Ing smashed against the Jutting rocka lie descended in safety at last tor to us those minutes of peril seemed hours and before tons having recov ered the dead eagle we were on our way down to the valley with the lire young eagles r A Arrange most players to remember evorythlni and every number Out with practice they will find they can depend on their memories more and more It Is one of tho very best games for the family to play If father ot mother complains of falling memory recommend It to item It will reallj benefit them just as some form ol calisthenics t will benefit their lUlleD Ins muscles taie ISRAEL ENSLAVED IN EGYPT Snndsy School Lesion for Msy 191907 Smedsih Prepared for This Piper LESSON TEXTKxcMlui 1114 Mem cry vftrm U 1- 4OULlJKN TEXTThon they trUxJ un to the lord In thrtr trouble anti lie raved thm out of their dtalrewwaPsalm l fUTlMRAcconlln to Users chron elegy Jacob wont down Into Kgypt about IW n C and the sojourn in Rgypt was for SU or 410 yeore from that time For the IraRlh of captivity RM ass UU 14 Ex 141 tinge Cl Gal 11- 7HULHlt8It Is quite generally agreed r scholars that tit Iharaoh of the opprwwlon wan nom e ii It and the IMiumol of the Itxodtm his son Meneph tab I- Comment and Suggestive Thought The Chosen Family Vs 15 The first seven verses are Introductory to tho whole book In accordance with the almost Invariable custom of the writer there is first a brief recapitu lation of preceding events and then a statement of the actual condition of affairs Joseph Parker- V 1 These are the names The 12 IOns of Jacob only are given the heads nf the families or clans Every man and Lila household The household according to the Hebrew Idea Included not merely wife and children but menservants md maidservants dependents and retainers even hire lings who might quit the service and go elsewhere when It pleased them Itawllnson How numerous those households were can be surmised from the fact that Abraham could muster 318 armed men tq rescue Lot Con 1411 lease was mightier than some of tho neighboring kings Goo 30 16 Rsan and Jacob lead to separate be came their followers wore so numer out IQen366 n V S And all were 70 souls The list It given In Genesis 46 whore two worsen are included Dinah Ja robs daughter and Seraln a grand daughter Perhaps as Common Cook suggests these were nomad because they remained unmarried Dean- Payne Smith Hampton Lectures oath mates that altogether with thofr houieboldi and retainers they mini bored 3000 souls That so large a body should be favonliy received need nut excite surprise The Reasons for Removal There was need for Jacobs family being removed from CsHtun as some of them were becoming touch tainted with the Idolatry and pollution prevalent there la Egypt on the whole life was purer Then there was a risk of their amal gamation by marriage with the doomed CMMBltes but the Egyptians were so different a race that there was nc such risk with them To be among the Key pi tani would also be a benefit tc town In other ways fur they would Inarn much from a people so skilled In all the arts of life aid so superior la civilisation nialkla Even the at fllrtlons they were lo suffer there were not the least of their gains from the stay in Egypt as we shall see A Period of Prosperity Vs 67 II was ft wise providence of God that in trodneed the period of bondage ID Bgypt with a period of liberty and prosperity otherwise the Hebrew would not have remained In Egypt after the end of the famine A Period of Adversity Vs 814 The period of prosperity through which the Israelites passed was from Jehovah but so no loss certainly was tho period of ndvcvelty which till lowed as soon as thy wore strung enough to endure It Both were part of Gods great process of development and training Rameies II as a Builder Thli ling was the most enterprising bulldet of all the Pharaohs and that moony the sacrifice of tens of thousands ol lives Ho built temples and reared monoliths and colossal statues Hit tompleo wore approached through long avenues of sphinxes Out ot tho solid rock at Ipsamhul he hewed two spa cious subterranean temples and set vp nt their doors four human figure CO feet high Among his public works was a chain of fortifications along the entire northeastern frontier of Egypt tat leo miles By his command Im mense dikes wero built on the lower Nile and in tho Delta Canals were dug and clUes were built Prof Eo I Humphrey The Climax of Cruelty Ex 11822 When1 Pharaoh found the Israelites flourishing even under this terrible op pression he resorted to measures still more severe ordering tho destruction ot their male infants an soon as they wore born The females would be harmless and would prove valuable slaws A similar policy was pursued by tho acedemonians toward the iielbcs by Mlthridates toward his Ho man subjects and by tho Caliph Hakem toward tho IigyptlansF Johnson When the official midwives evaded tho kings command by n refinement ot cruelty to which the Herqd at time future was not squat ho required parents to execute the sentence of death on their own children Humphrey This was Indeed the cli max of ainictlon Practical Points Piosperlty Is a great teacher said Haslltt adversity is a greater Atlllctlon was called by Mallet the wholesome toll of virtue in which patience fortitude and all the graces tako toot and nourish Affliction gives us sympathy tor oth era in distress In the wounds OUT sufferings plow Immortal Love BOW sovereign seedSlasseyA- fllictlun strengthens our moral fiber Affliction discloses the best that It In usTrials shoal us OUT weaknesses RAZING FORESTS AND BUILDINGS FATAL STORM SWEPT THROUGH THREE SOUTHERN STATES Doing Incalculable Injury To Growing Crop and Killing Large Num bers of LLve Stock Memphis Tenn May 1Reporu from West Tennessee Eastern Arkan sas and North Mllselsslppl indicate that one of the worst wind and rain storms In recent years passed over that section In the nIght doing almost Incalculable Injury to growing crops Killing large numbers ot live stock and poultry blowing down residences sta bias barns and outhouses and beating the ground DO hard that cotton and corn which load tcpu replanted must bo replanUd for i third time In Tunica county Miss there was a cloudburst laslftg several hours foaling large sections of tho district In Tate county Mtes near Stray Horn several families wero rendered homeless and tt number of persons had narrow escapes from drowning when fleeing from tho rapidly rising waters In Hardeman county Tenn near Whllerllle thero was a cyclone that toro a wide path for several miles sweeping everything before it Whole belts of forests containing valuable timber were blown away Wire communication with the stricken sections is Impossible every telephone and Icprnph line for miles around being down and a hard rain has prevented linemen reconstructing them Therefore It la Impossible to learn wiiethc ir not titer was any low of Hfa Rntnors uro drifting in from several town in this section of fatallUea at Interior points WENT SHOPPING ON HAND CAR When Two Women Were Run Down By Train and Killed Bdgeroont S D May 1Hnlnaborrowed her husbands land oar Mrs P M liittrick wife of a section foreman of tho Umllngton at Marietta accompanied by Mrs Joseph Wilson sot out for this city nine miles Away to do some shopping When halt way liars they were run down by a freight train and both killed The engineer thought they were section men and would lift tho land ear from the rails as usual lie blew the whistle repeat eddy but the women were so absorbed In theM novel ride and their effort to propel the ear they did not hear the warning Five young children are left destitute by tho death of Mrs Wlteon her husband having deserted her two months ago The coroner Is Invest gaunt Worst In Years Was Cold Spell Washington May IThe month ending was the coldest April In the last ZI years and within a degree of the coldest April ever experienced according to the weather bureaJ rmIe report says The month wa a ne tensed by a of Is which swept southeastward tfgpstne northeast Rocky mountain gradually southward and ftastward over tho enUro country east of the Hooky mountains Tho cold was al most continuous except for brief in tervals of a day or so of warm weath er and It close with remarkably low teniporaturos in tho interior valleys and the southwest Accident Says His Secretary Philadelphia Pa May 1Honry C Terry for years the leading criminal lawyer hero Is dying at tho University hospital from a bullet wound In the abdomen received In a mysterious manner Mr Terry who Is Cl years old lives at the Hotel Normandle with his wife The hotel people refused to discuss the case but tho suIcIde Idea Is strongly hinted at Miss Adams Mr Terrys secretary told the hospital people that the Injury of the lawyer was an accident Entombed loanRescued Johnstown Pa May 1Atter being entombed since last Friday noon In the Berwlnd White Coal Cos Mine No 38 at Foutswell near here the seven miners who were shut oft from the world 1 a sudden rush of water caused by the breaking of a wall of an abandoned mine were rescued The men were greatly exhausted Owing to their weakened condition It was decided not to bring them out until after tho mine had been drained which will bo done as quickly as possible Deadly Torpedo nJSbl1Rstation a remarkable torpedo with t new steering device that Is to ho Irro Blmlblo with power enough to destroy tho most formidable battleship afloat The speed is from 28 to 35 knots under water Secrecy Is maintained as U its methods of steering and how tt keep It nt Uio proper depth ThawsCifL Denver May 1Mrs William Thaw mother of Harry K Thaw has glvoc OBfliininco that she will give 50000 it tho Westminster university of Denver a Proabytorlan InsUtiijon Mates Walk Out Baltimore Md May ITho throat ened strike of fiio first and second mates of time Merchants and Minors Transportation Co to enforce a do maud for higher wages was begun here Some 14 men at this and other ports touched by the line quit Ten Days In Jail Yonkors X V May 1 William B thephtlanthropiatsentenced to serve a 10 days term It prison in addition to paying a flue d 100 for nutomolille speeding 5 1155 Berea CollegertFOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON U PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION la reach of all IIILlreestA special teacher for each trade pad for gut aala rabject S many classes that each student cam be placed with others like kusuM where he can make most rapid progress T Which Department Will You Enter THE YODEL SCHOOLS for those least advances s Uctvn library and general advantages as for rare advanced itudeau Arith DrawlagSingingment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for aay who haw finished fifth grade fnM tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Drsumaking Household ICaaagemoat Learn and Earn- ACADEMY I REGULAR COURSE s years fr those WM hose i largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for am honorable and useful life Choice of Studies it offered la this course M that a youag man may secure a diploma fat Agriculture and a young lady ia t S Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL s years to It for bull eN Eva 1 part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY tiro thru aad four year courses with Latin German Algebra HUtory Science te ftttiag for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scieatific aad Classical court f es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus aad all atcdtra meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses it fet the profesiiea sl l teAching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enable i oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter sad spring terms give the information evlture aad training aecesiary fea true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate tPilUloTheoryeourie Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days r Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit aad the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year + more than be pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts el Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia order that j 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 itudenU come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve orfi any who may blick the College providea doctor and nurse without If chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings find assist in work of boarding hall farm and ihopi receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary i before coming secure extra employment so si to earn from 00 cents to one dollar a week stepvaryis the best but as students must attend classes regardless of th weather warm wrapi and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary The Cooperative Star furnishes books toilet articles Jumbrellas sad ether accessary articles at cost Living ees are really below cost The College oaks BO rent for the fine buildings in which students live enoughroom rest to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights an Iwuhing and towels For table board without coffee or extras 185 a week in the fall and 150 ia winter For room furnished fuel lights washing of bedding 40 cent a week ia fall and spring 60 cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar DtpetU u guarantee for return of room key library books ete This Is pall but once and is returned when the student Second sn Incidental departaIx buildings hospital library I services of teachers all our Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 ia lower Yodel Schools 600 icoursel with Latin and 700 in courses 4 Payment mast be ia asVaaca incidental fee followsMlerm board by the month Installments are as For Wiater TIna 12 weeksFirst day 1TW Besides 1 de posit 28th day 600 j oSUx day 600 j total 39 If paid all im advance 28 For Spring Terra 10 weanPint diY t14Oj 28th day 540 oath day 370 total 2250 If paid all in advance 3800- He two terms together pail for im advance at a reduction of 1260 making only 84900 Longer Winter Tern 18 weeksPiret day 20601lSth day 5000 66th day 600 84th day 540 j total all im advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave before sad of tern recoils back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ance is made for any fraction of a week sada fee of fifty cents is charged for leaving the boarding hall ana fitly cents for leaving a room in term time There is no refunding of Incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you bare made your journey andare well started in school it pays to stay SB long as possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE C BEREA KENTUCKY u That Premium Knife takes the eyes of time men and boys who seo it The mountaintpeople like a good thing when they see it nmi to Jet n en two blades of razor steel andu dollar 1apeiilattis worth more to the mountain people than anytither dollar WIper In Ihe world The Knife and Ths Citizen for One Dollara mil1ml f- i I c LTHE SCHOOL I Problems of tho District School fly 1rof lllnmnore Part 2Thlngs To Be Kept In Mind 8 The Daily Program This is mow difficult and more important than tho items previously considered To properly divide the time between work and play between study and recitation to give each branch and each class its duos and no more to arrange all in the order that will produce the best results requires mature wisdom and ripe experience The new teacher will have to draw heavily from precedents established by long usage Tho following is offered us a working model Each teacher will need to make such changes as his particular situation requires DAILY PROGRAM IIIN 1ST QUADS A 31 gRADR 3D ORADR aril ORAKH STII BRADS TOIBUTBS CHART CLAtta 510a 935 Bay IISS 915 930 945 16 0 1015 1030 105D 1105 1120 1135uS6 1200 11G5 120I33 5DU 790 23525D 3053tS 330 3453SS f eao 101s I 30 13 IsIs I 13 76 15Is r5 15 30 esS 15Is I5 15Is 13 10 131s 10s OIBNINC ItXHKCIHltft Copying Re ding RelldlRf I Rtmflng AtUTllURTIC Reading HBAMRO Arithmetic Iluaywbtk Reefing 1kyaaiogy I + DIIS RUADINO AriUIIMtk I I yelegrL- eespN Copying AriUMMtk Mijpstajogy Ph- ceplsg ltY Nunbero Arithmetic 1k 6kGracesClpytnl Numbers Arithmetic VHTMObOOV- AKfTHMKTIClnt Numbers Reading nest or Ge g RltCHSS L Buiy R workI NUMR5ReI SpoilingI Arithmetic ReadingI11sLortfesg or Atfthmetle V a lUST O 06- WRrrlNG sraLUxoI iagrageI Grammar Artlfcraetk ARITIIMBTIC I Aritkmetle Grammar Grammar NOON OPItNING RXBRCISB 1Reedingcopying Heading ORAM Grammar COM P- SpcMng DrawtnA nrawln Drtwtae UBAfMKO IRe HII OrammarI Drawing DRAWO RUCKS L1Iso1IIapelitng IGeog I 0eff otArllhmetlc Reading mauuean OJNORAVHV flPltUINO CIOSUVO I Oontlnueil Next Week e I I THE FARM 1 How to Kill Fungi try FrnncU O Clark Fungi little threadlike plants live inside the tissues or upon the foliage of the cultivated plant These tiuy plants feed npoh the juices of n plant and either kill or stunt tho growth Fungus spores cannot start or grow in tho presence of some chemical such as copper A fungicide is n chemical mixture which either destroys fungus spores or prevents them from starting and growing A fungicide merly prevents plant diseases while an insecticide is a mixture used to kiU insects We should first determine whether it is a dis ease or an insect which is destroying the plant and then apply only the one remedy needed Most insecticides are worthless as fungicides and most fungicides will not kill insects If wo find harmful insects and diseases on the same plant at the same time we may combine tho two remedies in one application Bordeaux Mixture is perhaps the best fungicide To prepare this take 4 Ibs Copper Sulphate blue vitriol obtained at the drugstore G Ibe unslacked lime and 50 gallons of water Place the copper sulphate in a burlap sack in 4 gallons of water until it melts away in the water Slack the lime in a little water in a barrel and pour off the milk of lime into a barrel or tub Clean out the barrel in which the lime was slacked and fill it half full with water then add the Copper Sulphate water and the milk of lime The milk of lime should be strained through burlap When thoroughly mixed the spray is ready for use This mixture can be multipliedor reduced according tothe amount of spraying to be done This mixture can be used for apple and pgar blight apple rots potato blights mildews etc If you are troubled with Oat Smut or Potato Scab tho seed should be treated with formalin This can be obtained at the drug store and must be well corked For Potato Scab put 1 pint into 20 gallons of water and mix well Lower the seed in a sack into the solutions and leave Ii hours For Obit Smut add 1 pint of Formalin to 30 gallons of water and soak the 10minutes If tho apple and pear blight is bad the disease cannot be controlled by spraying and the diseased trees should be cut out and burned a t lkatstkarstKsWtkYrKatrrstKKkkKkKkestRKrsGSy il r9ttic WHO SAID GROCERIES 331 i She ought to have said it through the telephone No have called in person and talked on the subject to 1or w D LOGSDON i Ito20 pounds Granulated Sugar 1100- j tty a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth SS- White It Rose Flour per Sack 50 flt xa Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store I f tketkstratrKat utstKstketst cstK0at 3lidtsMSr laxxkk7sSANt3tx11tVC 4odoiopoio +oqo +oioi oioq o Fo Fo +ofoq o Foio3o poi o fo+oFo + I RE MOVE I businessI i a new 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes I Hats Groceries HardwareiI Queensware Tin I elware I Country Produce WantedI CaCr Rhodus BuildugBerea Ky shodo +oho od o+o+oho9o +odo +ta oNo +a9ododa +o+odo +oFo+oio IOOOOOOOOOOOO io History 0 S Thrilling Story of Hie 1nrt tlila Gnl p O lant Heglnent took In the Cltll TTnr 0- OOOOOOO OOOOOO CHAPTER xyilConllmicd The following short dlilnguo be twoen one of the men of Oomiuny A- tmll Strgwnt Campbell Company C will give the reader some Idea of he Interest tM boys took In the obmln oleatfoa Company AI am sUll for my gav ernnwnt but as foe my part Ill sups port Little Mfcc for If we TMloot Old Abe the nlggor will not only be free to curry arms but the ballot too and Ill bt dd If I like the Ides of vollug by the side of a cuourabsrshlnn nigger and you know thore are thati sands of good soldiers and lojul mn at homo who will support as good a oooBenntlve MeClelta- nSirgMni I readily admit ht you luau embwces many gad Union urea but It embmcoa ovary stcesslonlat injK8Dk1cky worlds view the dlsk il lipsta tOOt are huzzaing for Itoc When you hear a fellow epoutlng about the dd abe llttanlets haling got up this war you may set him dawn as a traitor or Q copperhead and they belong to the very meanest clacs of reptiles diet aawl and I believe If the case oould be fully investigated we should find that It was one of them that bfttrujM old IoLh8C Eve In toe Garden of moo Away with your nonsenm about on aervatlsm Do you tblnk our noMe oonstUutlon hal no Innate power tJ maintain Itself that coiiimrhmds must beo3me Its oonaervatofs If you slat your vote for ooostrvaUem you will be spending your Influence In the oonoemukm of this hellish rebellloo We want no more men to mamg public affairs Who are so dieperatelr afraid of hurting slavery We wan no more men covering halt his face- with his countrys flAg ud half wfch the imltors flag of rebeldoni I tell you It is all a delusion After the hor ribs record of the last three rax slavery Is gone To revive or restore t you may as well nil the bodies of the unnumbered deed of this war to ome from their graves aa to try to infuse life into the dud corpse of Ani tlejHV slavery This is not fMUtlolam but the sober solemn troth and theII- OIOI1er we old soldiers realize U and oonform our conduct In aceonaea the better for the sooner our army re Hzte this fade the toomr will the rim l xtermirt4ng blow be given to tfioeurstd disgraceful rebellion The 4th or September SIU all the trope around Ofttteaiwog ixjoloiud at the news of the tall of Atlanta njr were our feelings of Joy the leas on the 6th at the news of the death of John Morgan the guerilla chief who wee shot in trying to escape from some of Gen Glllems men In a garden l1t Greenville Tenn Some of the lighth boys remarked Johnny rides on hU raldt no more And ladles can wear jewelry us before About this time quite a number of our battalion were sick prlnatyally from fever Alvlo Sahull Company A a fine promising young mm died In October much loved and lamented by hia comrades lila father Dr Schull of Irvine Ky arrived a tew days be fore and conveyed his remains home During our long stjiy at Ctert inooga Chaplain Kindred held rell lous worship regularly In ojunp twice a week Sometimes we hId a sermon from a member of the Christian Com ilsaton and several times were in terested by the able old rftifge Ch3V lain Durkett of tho Tweatyflrst Ken tucky A marked improvement was noticed by the writer and others in the general morals speech and conduct ot the Eighth within the list year We heard much leai poofanity In camp UnDo formerly Many had become disgusted on to much vulgar pie inIty and quit the habit Others whose convictions were deeper seatud had joined our ChrIst1m League Instituted in the Eighth and Twenty first Kentucky in September 3863 Doubtless many good men now exemplary Chrlstlins can dito their iturt In a genuine refoicnaUon in life to some of those fatestlne meetings held in oimp At lent the author U certain tint several have alnce then made such statements their nunn r of life being proof of the Santee Our comparatively peaceful routine duty at Chattanooga waa Interrupted the 26th of September The rebel General Forrest crowed the Tenne see RIver at Harpeth Shoals and made An attack on tho airriaoo at Athenf Ala thus threatening our long crock ar line the N 6 0 n R At four oclock that evening aU of the Eighth able for duty marched to the depot each man with sixty rounds of am munition and three day rattans Jeav lag a few boBvalesceutB with our camp YtfthI train of platform cars bolted nt Urlgc port and tank on a prod supply or axes spades and picks The night beI- ng very dirk the train mn alow and reached the mouth of the CVimJierbn tunnel at daylight the 27th After n hut breakfMt we sId oft a tine ot earthworks and worked fatUifolly all day We cut trees and roiled Inge aw large stones into line Against whlal the hard earth WB piled braist high TO BE OONTINOED A Story of Alesunilre Dumni This story Is told of Aloiumlre Du inns It Is well known that he could not refuse a request at loast not of ten Ono day he gave a man u letter to ouo of his intimate friends In Urus sots Tho friend a wealthy merchant received him as though ho had been Dumas own brother Introduced him to his circle of acquaintances placed his stable at tho mans disposal anti did everything luhls power to uiakn life pleasant for Dumas friend After the lapse of fourteen days the moan suddenly dlsapi oared and with him the best horse In the merchants stable Six months later the merchant visited Dumns and thanked him for Ao kind of people lie recommended to his con sideration Dear friend ho added your friend U a shark He atolo the best horso In my stable Astonished Dumas raised his bands toward heaven and cried What he stole from you tool JInieppa anil the Co ncU The word cossack moans robber and the name Cossacks Will given by the Turks to a race In manners appear once and language like tho Hussions but who are said not to be really akin to thou The Cossacks of IJttlo flue sin and the Don HAcks are sold to be the most unscrupulous robbers In the world They excel In horsemanship and form a large part of the Russian Imperial cavalry Styled sometimes the spies of tho czar they keep the nihilists In greater chock than any other power and number many more than a million men Mazoppa a Don Cossack the subject of Uyrous poem when condemned to be bound upon a wild horse and borne away to his fate was curried toward the Ukraine on tho borders of 1otawd and being roe cued by Cossacks became their chief Violet for Mourning It was not by accident tbat violet was chosen by many uatlous as the exclusive color for mourning and by ui oleo for half mourning 1Uera ref fering from hysteria and ueuraatteetila will be Inclined to cover their pictures uniformly with the color most In ac cordance with their condition of lawl tUlle and exhaustion Thus originate the violet pictures of Manet and Ids school which spring from no actually observable aspect of nature but from a subjective view due to eondlUoM of the nerves When the entire surface of walls in salons sail art exhibitions of the day appears yelled In uniform half mourning this predilection for vio let is simply au expression of the acre ous debility of tho painter Xordaus Degeneration A Inroad Hint Sir Andrew Agnew of Lucknow a well known Scotch baronet was long pestered by an Impudent sort of per son who Insisted on wing constantly underfoot Finally however be dropped off and Sir Andrew was ask ed how he got rid of him Ob sold he I gave him a broad hintA broad hint repeated the lu qnircr I thought be was one of those who never could bo induced to take one Dy mn saul said Sir Andrew he was oblccged to tak Itl For as the chlel wadna gang oot at the door I just throw him oct of the window Air Precaure- At the level of tho sea the pressure of the atmosphere on the piston of au engine is about fifteen pounds to the square Inch but decreases at higher altitudes As this atmospheric pres sure must be overcome by the steam pressure before any work can bo done it is evident that at the diminished alt pressure of high altitudes more work can be obtained from a given pressure of steam than at tho tea level or In other Words an equally effective pres sure of tutu can be obtained with the expenditure of less fuel The tilt ference however II not great enough to be of any practical importance ttountr For icalD During tho Fretich Indlan war of 1754 the French offered a bounty for British scalps In tho same year a bounty of 100 each was offered by the authorities of the several colonies In 1755 Massachusetts granted a bounty of uo for every scalp of a male Indian over twelve years of ago and l20 each for the scalps of women and children In 1704 John Penn grandson of Wil liam Penn and governor of vania offered a bounty of flliO for every Indian buck killed and scalped The Condition Different Husband with neWspAperWhen- Im at home you are forever hammer- Ing at that piano or else your tongue if running like a trip hammer It wasnt so before we were married WIfeNo- It wasnt Before we were married you hold my hands BO 1 couldnt play and kept my Ups so busy that I couldnt talk rOd Much jrothln f This cheese Is full of holes tom plained the pwspectlf purchaser Yes sir said the proprietor Itl hate right Havent you got ofae with the holes full af ciMfi totiUrllti Courier Jsurpub CONSPIRACY CHARGED Sensational Arrests Follow Life Incur ance Investigation Now York May 1 Sensational ro suits havo quickly followed the In qulry by tho district attorneys offlci into tho recent election of directors of the Now York Life Insurance Company George R Scrugham manager of the International policy holders committee which Inspired tho present Investigation tasking grave charges against those who conducted the aloe tlon was himself arrested at Albany last night and put aboard a train for Now York Scrugham Is charged with conspiracy 110 Is the third man Idea titled with tho International policyholders committee to be taken Into custody The others are Charles Stir rup and Charles F Carrington Those two were not members of the committee but were employed as watch ors from tho committee at tho oleo lion stirrup was a watcher at the directors election of the Mutual Life Insurance company while Carrlngton acted In a similar capacity at tho New York Life election They are spoclfl lily charged with having unlawfully conspired together for tho perversion and obstruction of the duo admlnlatra tlon of the laws of tho state of Now York with relation to the election of directors of tho Now York Life Incur ante company DETECTIVES CHAGRINED Body of Horace Marvin Found In Spot Often Gone Over by Them Dover Del May GTbo body of Horace Marvin Jr tho young ion of Dr H N Marvin whoso mysterious disappearance had battled solution since March 4 was found on Saturday lying In a pool of water lees than half a mile from whuro ho was last seen playing There Is much to make It appear that tho little boy wandered away and fell exhausted Into the pool on tho marshes where his body was found Physicians have decided that the boy did not drown Kb marks of violence wore found on tho body Tho stomach was empty and the child may either have been frozen or starved to death Tho condition of the stomach Indicates according to the pbyilelans that the boy suffered privation for at least forty hours prior to death The detectives are perplexed at tho finding of thIS body so near to the Marvin home and at a point which they had walked over again and again Ax Falls In Dig Print Shop Washington May IA largo reduc title In the force of the government printing office was made today when Public Printer Stllllngs announced tho dlamleial of 204 employes of whom 10Z were journeymen bookbinders and an equal number of sewers and gold workers The public printer states tbat he waa forced to take this action because of the amendments to tho laya governing the printing sad bind 181of government reports and congressional documents A Georgia Jurys Views Maoon Oa April 30L D Strong manager of a largo mercantile store in this oily walked Into tho printing office of Henry D Smith yesterday and tired five bullets Into Smiths body While the tragedy was being enacted tho grand jury found an indictment against tho man slain for seduction ot Miss Lillian Strong sister of the slayer A coroners jury rendered a verdict of justifiable homicide under tho unwritten law Will Be No Delay Boise Idaho May 6 Practically every available room In Boise has been reserved for lawyers witnesses or newspaper men In attendance on ho court which will try William D laytvood on tho charge of murder of nx Governor Stounenbcrg That there might ho some delay has been Intl mated from time to time but tho fear of this hat now ben dissipated by statements emanating from both sides Uncle Gams Monthly Balance Washington May IThe monthly comparative statement of the govern meats receipts and expenditures shows that for the month of April the total receipts were 163280501 and the expenditures 48071134 leaving a surplus for the month of 516946 and for the ten months of the present decal year a surplus of 50476751 QuiltyNewAn sla Louise Do Mosey a pattern de Igner tried for the killing of Oustav llmon a shirtwaist manufacturer was convicted of manslaughter In the first degree with a recommendation of met 07 The prisoner was remanded to the Tombs until May 0 for sentence Sip ClosedDown Ekaterlnoslav May tTheIrlansk foundries and rolling mUlsI the largest mechanical plant of Rug slathaa been closed owing to the United political and Industrial aglta Ion in the districts Tho workmen have been discharged and the fur taces sealed The WestharurosAeperi Washington May tThe month ending yesterday was tho coldest April in the list twentysix years and within a degree of tho coldest April over experienced according to the Weather bureau SU ChentUnO LlaVlng ChentungLtangBald good by to tho president The ilnliter hat been promoted to an lilt pill ikirtlr fetUloM ratckit country ui I NEWS OF KENTUCKY Ttrsley Told Information Concirnlnf Matters of Current interest to Kcntucklans 4 THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHfiL Were Are Found Accurately Betelled the Happenings of the Lsrweet Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky May GThe feud which for years made Droathltt coun ty Kentucky an armed camp and re suited in the loss of moro than a score of lives Is to have another day 4n court this week Broathltt county however will not IK tho theater of Justice this time A change of venue has been obtained for the trial of tho alleged slayers of James Cock rill and they are to face a jury In Lexington Tho trial Is scheduled to begin Tuesday when Judge Hands Senator Harris Albert Hargls Sheriff Callahan and Jesse Spicer will bo called to tho bar of justice to answer for Cockrills death REFUSES TO HAUL DEER l t N Railroad Defendant In Suit Drought by Drowtr Indianapolis May 4A transcript for tho removal of tho ease of tho K W Cook UrewlBR ootnpany against the Louisville It Nashville Railroad company from the Vanderburg circuit court to the federal court has been flied In the latter court TIle plaintiff company Is engaged In the business of manufacturing beer at Kvnnnvllle Ind and asks that the defendant cons pony be enjoined from refusing to transport this beer to various points In Kentucky from the Bvansvllle brow ery It Is rotated that tho defendant has refused to transport from Evansville to various points In Kentucky where there Are local option laws consign ments of beer to customers of the plaintiff It Is related that other rail road companies doing an Interstate business accept and deliver suoh goods at local option points In Kentucky and It Is alleged that tho local option laws of Kentucky do not apply to sales and shipments made by per ions engaged In Interstate commerce In an answer that has been filed to this complaint It Is sot forth that the legislature or Kentucky has made It unlawful to tiring to or transfer to any person In any county or town of the state wherein there Is loaal op lion any Intoxicating liquors Tho penalty for suoh violation It Is re fated Is a fine of from M to lee for each offense It Is explained In the answer that the defendant did not wish to make Itself liable to snob penalty by delivering the beer of tho plaintiff in any local option communities TO ENCOURAGE RAILWAYS Louisville Board of Trade Deplores Too Much Regulation Louisville Ky May aTho direct ors of tho board of trade discussed the report of a special committee to prevent legislation hostile to the rail roads of the state The committee fee ported that It was opposed to such leg islation and that new railroads bo exempted from taxation for ton years and that tho people of the state do all In their power to foster tho railroads of tho state This tho report said was the proper way to cheapen the cost of transportation In Kentucky Thoy Intimated that In their opinion tho cheapness In tho operation of rail roads would result In a corresponding decrease in freight and passenger rates Tho report will be discussed at an open meeting May 10 Important Question Involved Frankfort Ky April aOQueiUon 1r Involving the futuro of the Burley To bacco society known aa the Society of Equity In Kentucky have been presented to tho court of appeals ia an action brought beforo the court from Woodford county The American Tobacco company and Individuals en gaged in raising tobacco have asked tho court to dissolve an Injunction se cured in the Woodford circuit court restraining these individuals from sell- Ing their tobacco to the plaintiff after they have pledged it to the Durley Tobacco society Tho injunction was secured by the Woodford board of control which urges that if farmers can now break the contracts with the society It will result in defeating its purposes A Quettlen of Constitutionality Washington May IThe oonstltu tonality of tho act of congress of June 1 1898 prohibiting railroads engaged In interstate commerce from dlscrinv lusting against members of labor or anlrations in the matter of employ meat is called into question by the case of Wm Adair vs the United States which has been docketed in the supreme court of the United States The case comes to the supreme court on a writ of error from the United States district court for the eastern district of Kentucky 1 Mrs Laura Talbot ROM Duel Louisville Ky May 2M1I Laura Talbot Ross ono of the best known women in Kentucky is dead at her home here at tho age of eightytwo She was one of the organlierB of the Albert Sidney Johnston ckapw PlqktlH tt tbi crttralf TRAPPED IN THE MINE VICTIMS FOUGHT FOR LIFE BUt DEATH CONQUERED tillED REPORTED AT 50 OR MORE Hewte Bon Hoping To Save the Ira periled Men Remained In the Pit Ho Has Not Been Found Charleston W Vo May 2ln Ill oxploston In Ibo Whlpple mine Fu 1I1IIed1fUl1reMC rtcd are probably dead Those Jn wn to be dead their bodies having been reeovered aro Hudson llurgae Taoto man Ras Wiley sprinkler Ira Kelly Urlvor Tho missing UaaxsPol tor mine hoes Robert Armstrong JMMtfa Tnokor Qharles Uurgoas WMIbUH Whine oolorod Henry Mil too 111111 boss and throe oilier wore so badly burned Uiat they were wit to the Stnle Mlnera Ito iltal at Mo Jvendree The mine II n shaft of 410 fen deep with two openings and be longs to the DIXOn Interests the same that own the Stuart where the oxplo sion occurred lent January killing 80 jwd the Pftml where 28 lives wore lost In Hooroery of last year The explosion occurred at the main retttrn hoedlnc nbont ltvO feet from the Soot ot the shaft sad II suftpoeed tit have been cnneed hr a hoary shot NtaMtrfour men had been at work but 1ft had come oat Of tltoso left Inside U nwle their way out tiurongh the second shaft The others are account w ed tor u hilled wounded or mts 4Hic The mhte was sot hndly Passaged the chief harm being dette ontsMe throw ln GOt the cass and wrecking Ute frame work sheet the month ot UM aftThere were no marks vpoa UM bodies 01 Ute men who were killed and K Is thought death WM caused by nt facade 1thI thee they wortd have Vewi hronght out alive hnd they Woo discovered It salutes sooeer The mine which WM venUUteil with tea having A capacity el 1MOQO cable feet n minute WM regarded as one of the sefeet In tho region Heaons parties will work throughout tbe night In an effort to enre U IMMS Me the entombed men The ese and tea are ROW In working order ItaMi Petter boss of the mine hot ing to emve UM ImnerOed moa Opting Tel Itte rMjwIned In the pit aLter the sfeonian dntlnc tip the air courses in an effort to lore fresii aid Into the nsMed ehamhers He has not been A telepliosi assist boat received fr MB Senrhrmmh says Unit at T eejook a reeramc party WM able to enter Ute me FATALLY STABBED The Watchman and Eluded tIe Pur suing Mob of Men Dsmrtlla ilL Majr 1 Deptity Sborlff Job Cook employed as a watobnun nt the Danville oar works was fatally atnbeed by a stranger who said ho was ecktog work A mob ot workmen chased lila assailant Into the wood a rnllo distant where be escaped They would have lynched him had he been captured Cook saw the stranger loitering shoal tho work and told him to GO to the office If he wanted employment when the man attacked him with n knife Shotgun Fired By Lightning Anlston Ala May 2In a terrify tag thunderstorm hero lightning struck Uio homo of Thomas Phur rough upon a wall of which was a loaded shotgun In a rack Tho bolt Jarod tho gun from Its place and when it was In midair It was discharged Part of tho contents lodged In tht body of nn Infant child ot Phurrough MlllBR It InsUnUy Ph irrough whe was near tho child waa bit by shot e rebounding from Uio hardwood wains xxrtlng of the room but wai uninjured Quick Action Prevents Lynching Decatur Ala Nay 2t lynching eras barely averted hero by tho prompt action of the authorities who speedily organized n grand jury Indicted a negro named Llpscumb and spirited him oft to Hlrmlnghnm for safekeeping Tho nogro had attempted an nssauil upon Mrs Schrumpshor a daughter ol former Sheriff Silas P Ryan She was alone In the back yard of hor home when attacked nnd her screams fright 4l1Ifll the assailant away Ho was later captured and Identified Charged With Kldnapltj Rockford III May 2Rev Albert Dahlstrom tho founder of the creed which had adopted a plank In Its plat tin sanctioning polygamous ms ir R03 on tho authority of tho scrip turea rcjurneil to Kpckford fresh from JH combat with pantbri and boforo ho had boon In Uio city long hn was landed behind the biN Ino warrant swotn out by Mrs Mario lIen Person of Chicago who charges the pastor with kidnaping hor daughter Col E 8 Fowlers Report Now York May 211 a report Is suod by Cot B 8 Fowler appraiser of tbe port It Is stated that Uio np Iiralsed valuo of precious stones for April 3907 Is 2073 I8S na compared r with 3014983 for tho same month last year Students Fatal Prank Denver Col May 2W F Connell 28 qt Oreoly Col a student In Den ror Mnltoratty became entangled lu i Ifvowlio trying to hans an effigy ol the freshman class on a telegraph poU 4nd was clostrocutcd DAVIS CLAIMS LIFE AS A FORFEIT ANONYMOUS LETTER WARNEC THE HUSBAND That the Family Doctor Made Night Calls While Lights Were Low and Curtains Drawn South Point 0 May 3Fiiis little town U stirred as never before Find- Ing Dr C Wayne McCoy thu tamil pliyalclan wlUi Mrs Davis In the kitchen Uio window alwdM lowered light down and the doors lookod Cspt John Davis a well known Mourn hoot muster shot him dead nnd thee fled but now Is In jail Your in in II y physician vIsits your wife late at night read an anonyinou letter received recently by Capt Da VII na he Will about to leave Port mouth 0 When lie enters your house Dr McCoy pulls down the nhados dm turns put the light You had bettez look n little Into yourfamlly affaire1 Tho letter was dated at South Point KlMlng his wife Cain Davis loft hit home eeytng that he was going tc IorUmouUi to take bane of liii boat However he only went a short dIn tancc and after a few hours returnee to HoutTi Point After lurking In tin flhaduw of a liwiso across the street from lila home and seeing notlKusj ol Df McCoy Capt Davis hurried Ink his barn and baRtin a vigil that ended IB UM death of Uio man who lied rule od his horn It was nhortly after 10 oclock when lie sew Dr McCoy uin rnecJita The ptiyeletaH csnttoua looked up nnd dOWA the street and th m save n low wbletle If any answer was r oetved Capt Davis dU not hear It but at any rate Dr MeCoy evidently reeeaured catered ttte home The door lied keen opened toe him by Mrs DerU Thee the ItaAta were turned low the window abariea drawn sad looks in the doers clicked Rtenltblly emerclmr front lite Ilk Inl pine apt iMvto approached the roar door of the Moose and trlod to open It It refwed ordinary methods Then Capt Davis threw his powerful shoed der ocailnet h The barrtor gave way sad Wore Dr McCoy sod Mrs Davis roeJd reelate Ute CHoee Cnpt lMvIs had track a welch and w4Ui the llNNtai nine In his hand WM standing before them Capt Davis enraed McCoy declaring that he meet die but not a word did he address to the wife who stood face In her hands the picture of shame and despair McCoy Imntetihttelr sprang upon the oantnln and a feArfnl etrtigftto fultow od bet Davis pulled his revolrer from his pocket DUll fired The first shot hit McCoy but did not kW him The next Instant Davis fired another shot the bullet entering Uic hack of the declare head McCoy rail wttere he had stood Cast Davta own and operates the ferryboat at PortmwwUi Ills wife unilMBt nIgh had borne ap oxcejlent rofHitntton awong oooter circles hero BIG LOCKOUT Of Qrlsklayerc at Philadelphia May Involve 30000 Philadelphia May 3Artel vainly trying since last Friday to sollle their dispute which Involves tho question of the granite cutters right to sot stone which they havo finished tho journeymen bricklayers of this city to the number of 2100 were locked out by tho master bricklayers With Uic bricklayers nroamilated about 4uO ma eons The lockout will Involve 30000 workmen in this city and tie up nearly every building operation Opera Singer Attempts Suicide Milan May I Arongclo Rossi the tenor who was with tho Conrled Opera company In San Francisco during the earthquake and who as the result ot the fright ho experienced lies not since been well endeavored to cum mit suicide Recently he lost hit volco This calamity weighed so deep ly on his mind that ho wet crazy and he cut hi tongue with a pair of eels sore lie won taken to a hospital In a critical condition Scali old Fell Injuring Three Chicago May 3 Throe persons wore severely Injured two of them perhaps fatally when a heavy scaffold fell four storIes from tho State street side oi the North American building Monroe and State streets Into a crowd ol shoppers Two of the Injured who may tile are Willie Hull 16 years old of S02G East llavenswood park anti William Rockwell C2 years old Shoot Woman and Himself St Louis May IArter climbing a twostory porch and breaking open n window Albert Koonlg a lineman BO cured entrance into tho room of set tie Woods In Walnut street nnd shot her Ho then shot hlmsulf twice Motor Plant Lost Chicago May 3 Fire destroyed the factory of Uio Monarch Motor Co at VtnnKlin Park III Loss 80000 The blazft WAS caused by a gasoline ex pl8lou s V Hotel Destroyed Durlinii N d May 3Flre destroy ed tho Hotel Carolina n fourstory frame structure located In the cenl rot the city Loss 175000 fully cov ered by Insurance Thoro were 50 or 75 gucUi all of whom escaped without injury Shot Himself and tion Connollsvlllc Pa May 3WhlJe shooting nt rats Charles Mealey 01 East Scottdalc shot himself through the hand and sent tho same bullet Into the abdomen of his 14yenr old sons In fllctlns a probably fatal wound FOUND IN A BARREl WAS THE BODY OF KIDNAPEC ALEX HOENIG THE BABY HAD BEEN StRANGLED Parent and Former Domestic Questioned and a Nearby Plumber II Held Forthe Coroner Cleveland 0 Stay Tbreeyoai old Alex Hoenic missing since Monday night from his fathers home 821 Scovlll avenue was found dead strangled with sawdust In a barrel li a back yard two doors away by a neighbor Mrs JI Leopold Two hours later the boys faUior David IloonlR a grooor anti milk deal or S U Schwartz a plumber and Mary Ixrfby a domestic employed bj Hoenlg were taken to Central pollc station where they told Chief Kohla and the detective force what Ute knew qt the ease Schwartz was look od tip at the Control police station U be held as a witness Iwforo the nero nor No chnnie has been mad again himThat the boy was strangled wttt sawdust was praveil lit tbe autopsy held at the Bounty morgue This discovery Rives an entirely now anile In the ease U proves that the boy did not meet death In Ute rear ol the KocntK home and probably indl cites that he win killed In the shed in the rear of a meat nenrksttlio shod before which the barrel stood in which his body was found It Indicates moreover that he was killed Tttvrsday night after be had been returned to the vicinity of his fathers home by the persons who had him in their charge Hrs Schultx sad JewJtt performing the autopsy found that time little fellows mouth was full of sawdust More than that they discovered that the sawdust had been forced down Into Ills throat filling the windpipe This they declared had earned death Chief Kohler pat David Hoenic S 11rlAmednic In tile sweat box The esnnilne thEe of Iluenlg WAS most severe Out side the room the protestations of lice nig sod his declarations that he knew nothing of the persons wo Mil killed his son could be heard mingled with the weeping of tbe agonised man TOWN BURNING Mapl Falls Washington Being De Stroyed By Forest Fires BeitlashMn Was4u May IThotown of Maple Falls situated In tho northwestern part of Wlmtoom county Is surroiindeH by forest fires and ifl burnlHg Before telephone and Ms graph wires went down a frnnUo call for holf WH nmilo A special train with flroflRhtlns apparatus left herd pOPUladonA Destroyed In Mldsea Plymouth England May IThe BrlUsli steamer Wo tgnte fronm Ro sane Mnreh 21 for the Tyne arrived liero and tended 4S survivors of tho cruw of the British tank steamer SII verllp which was destroyed by an ox plosion Ojf benzine In her cargo while passing through tho Day of fleecy The engineer and touT flroinou wort killed and four others of the crow were berlougly burned Receive Stiff Sentences Portland Ore May aFormer State Senators Franklin P Mays and W X Jones wore sentenced by Federal Judge Hunt in connection with the lend fraud capo Of eastern Oregon Maya punishment Is a 10000 line and four months In Jail and that of Jones U 2000 and eight months In jail Mays sentence was stayed until No vember to permit an appeal Mistaken For Criminal San Francisco May 4Tho supposed desperado who was killed at Willows Monday night alter a running fight with a posse ot officers has boon Iden tified as Count OUo Von Waldstoln of Austria scion of a noble family of Jtlstory nephew to the cardinal and to Prince Wartemburg ono of the richest men in Franz Jcwofllio empire I Firemen In Peril Plttaburg May fTbo electric street lamps of Plttshurg and Allegheny City wore turned out Fire broke out on a iiol cnrrylng a number of cabins Into tfie Allegheny Light CtTh plant on Thirteenth atroat Tholr voltage was 3000 which would have been fa tal to firemen It thoyliad turned thou hose on tho pol- oTheReal Thing Chicago May 4A midwinter snow storm struck Chicago mind tho Mayday moving nail May parties were throat ened Too fall was heavy a strong northwest wind driving tho snow through tho downtown streets anti the homegoing workers found Cnrlst nine weather conditions prevailing Swift Justice Wpodbury N J May 4Swift JUlio tlco was cut to Edwurd Glbssn a uogro who last Monday nlglit attack ed Mss Dorothy Paris ID yonraold ot Wcnonah Gibson liiaflo no defense end was tnt ncod to 12 years Impris onment and to plY a Rug ot WOOO Pamlly Wiped Out New YorVMny 4Wllllam Cross foueUeallIn their homo In Jersey City Gsa wan pouring from a disconnected plpft lu the kitchen WERE READY SAY ATTORNEYS NO MORE DELAY LOOKED FOR IN FAMOUS CASE Every Available Room In Boise Idaho Reserved for Lawyers Witnesses Newspaper Men Etc I Boise Idaho May 6PracUenJly every available room In BoIse has been reserved for lawyers wltneeee or newspaper men In attendance on the court which wIU try William D Hay wood tilt the charge of murder of for Iner Gov Stetinenbcrg That there might bo some delay has been Intimated from time to time but the fear of this has now been dies pated by statements from both sides Clarence Darrow of Chicago and E V Richardson of Denver Jointly load lag counsel for the defense of hay wood have both stated that they are ready for trial Counsel for the prosecution James II Hawley and Senator W K Ilorali who have bean engaged especially an of the opinion that thoro will bo no further Ielay An application for a bill of partlcu lars filed by the defense will hi argued before Judge Wood who wintry time Haywood ease but as Ma tied oion la not appealable It la not thought that thlfl will cause postponement The history of the case of the met charged with the murder of Steunen borg etiows much delay nil of which has been necessarily expensive to the SImile of Idaho and the defense The state has already paid Mile to the amount of 153000 and at the las tension of the legislature of Idaho an appropriation of 50000 addltlonu wee unanimously pvmed alt pnrtlei oanrtirlns When Sov Steunenberg woe assas elnated the Mlneownera association offered a reward of 5000 for the ar riM of the murderer Later thli amount WM returned to the mine by Oov Hooding with the state tuent IliaC the state of Idaho would defray the rest of the profocatlon of the murderer or murderers whoever they might be- Th defense fund raised by union labor throughout the country nUll an emergency fund by the Miners Fedora tlofl la reported to be Tel large anti the total nest of carrying on this case from first to last will be enormous DUG A GRAVE IN CELLAR Then Girl Jilted by Her Lover Ended Her Life Philadelphia ls May 0lirooding over dlMtppointmout In love BIll A Hllfton SS n maid In the employ of Stirling Johnson of 101 Mien lane Chestnut Hill committed suicide niter having dug n grave In tIme o llar oi the house Mrs Mary Snell Uio house keeper found the young woman In the cellar digging a long deep hole In the earth floor Whnt In the world areyott doing asked the astonished woman Making a place to dlo In replied MIBH KlllBon Well you get upstairs anti forge tKlH nonsense ordered time mistress And for a time the matter was for gotten Later the girl shot borsch through the brain hilling herself In tnntly Will Be Presided Over By Dewey Washington May GAdm Dewey has accepted the Invitation to preside al the dinner to be given Viscount Aokl the Japanese ambassador liaroi Kurokt Vice Admiral Ikuin and n number of the officers of the Japanese ships who are expected to arrive ID New York thlll week Huron Kurok Is already on his way across the conti nent having arrived in Seattle last week and upon lila arrival the precise date of the dinner which Is to be given in the Hotel Astor will be fixed This III the Oral time In recent years n large dinner of International Import mince has been presided over by a naval o Hirer Red Flags Displayed In Parade BostOn May GAtlout 10000 peopli participated In the parade and mast meeting held by the labor organlza tlona of this city as a protest ngalns the proceedings against Mayor Hay wood and Pettlbone A Scandluuvlar social club wblcjv brought up the rear displayed three rctliflags A thou sand or moro women were in line Threw Himself In Front of Car JparJwn Mich May 5 Suddonlj overcome Uh n desire for selfdo Ktnicllon T P Lundergan u Marion 0 man threw hlmsolMn front of i swiftly mowing citr oiftho Detroit Ypsjlnntl Ann Arbor Jackson rail road anti was killed both logn antI OnE arm being cut oft Hearse Upset By StreetCar Chicago May GA hearse In whior thu bOOot Miss Christina Kngolsor was being taken to the cemetery writ struck anti overturned by a street car A carriage containing pallbearers narrowly escaped Although tile hearse was wrecked Uio casket remained In tact Blew Off His Head Now York May C Frederick W Wortholmor 34 and married commit tod suicide by shooting In his apart moats In the Hotel York Ho writ found In bed the tight side of hit head llUoraUy blown off No motive U Tinown Drove Into the River St Paul lInn May GFred IIII and Darwin Truax of St Paul In at tempting to drlvo acroSs the Hocj Island bridge near Invcr Orovo whex It was open wore drowned In the Mississippi river ITSTA N TEM n BLOOD OF WOMAN SPILLED By Night Raiders Who Call PlanterI Wife to a Doorway Princeton KyThe first blood to flow in the long sloge of lawlessness perpetrated in this and adjoining coun ties In connection with tho tobacco question was that of it woman the wlfo of Robert Hollowell living near Irate An armed mob of between 2B and IO masked men appeared at tho home of Hollowell and began firing through the windows and doors lid lowell wife and little ton were order ed out of the house with the command thai they had come after Mrs Hollo well Mrs HoUowoll against the advice of her husband left the family room for tho front door and upon reaching tho hall was shot in Ute face with bird allot You people have shot me she cried That Is Just what we came to do was the answer According to Mrs Ilollowollu statement one of the members of tho mob gave a sign however and the firing censed She was told that they intended to kill hor If she did not quit talking so much und leave tho county Hotlo well antI his wife won taken to a cor nor of the yard anti were given orders to leave the country RATKILLING DAY Entire Population Joined In Massacre of the Rodents Lexington KyRats hunted hymen wonton children dogs and oats were killed by thousands In Nicholas county The ontlro population joined In the massacre of tho rodents May 1 hail been set apart y a gen eral rat kihling day Dig nosra urging tilt roHldunts of tho county to lay aside all oUier business and Join In the slaughter of tie rats wore tacked lip On the telephone poles barns and atoms The war was undertaken In seffde feme for the Tate bad become so mi meroiw that oven the small Hvo stock fowl and lIfts wero being killed by them BRIGHT STUDENTS Awarded Five Fellowships By Central Universitys Chief Danville Ky President F W lila OUt of Central university owardeil the five fellowships given annually for postgraduate work Tho lucky atu dents and their major subjects are Nicholas Dosker Louisville history James L Crenshnw Dermotte Ark chemistry Kdwnrd S lAIc Covington physic Logan II English Elizabeth town English and William Lyne Star ling Hopkln vllle German The fol lowships carry a cash payment of 250 oaoh with omission of dues which make each worth about 350 A num tier of applicants wore submitted quite a number being from graduates of other colleges Felled By a Negro Glasgow Ky Information has Just reached home of a vicious assault made at Jennie upon Mrs Wm Duster by a negro man The nogro approached her in the orchard She screamed and the negro knocked hor down and was taking her to a strip of woods near by when assistance came The negro tied Mrs Gheens Passes Away Louisville KyMrs Katherine Cox Gheons 25 wife of C E Ghcens anti daughter of Mrs nnd Mr Attila Cox tiled of n complication of diseases Her death camo as a great shock to many friends as she was one of Uio best known and beloved young matrons In Louisville society Need More Warehouses Lexington Ky Three Kentucky die tllleriea the Old Crow the Hermitage anti the Horbst Importation Co have purchased materials U put np seven warehouses that will hold 20000 barrels each Enlargements of the wareS houses of other districts art being considered rv Foul Play Suspected Louisville KyThio body of the heater found in the Ohio river was Identified as that of W C Wilson a prominent planter of Shelby county Wllsonleft home on Christmas day last It Is BuspectcdUjat ho met with foul play Local Option Law O K Frankfort lCTho county unit local option law passed last year by tho Legislature was hold to be constitu tional by the Kentucky court of ap peals anti several important side ques thins wero decided Odd Fellows to Celebrate Georgetown KyThe annual con vention of the state cnrampment of Odd Fellows will take place In Georgetown May 15 About three hundred members from all over the state will be present i Blue Grass Fair Lexington KyAt a meeting of the directors of the Blue Grass FaIr association held here the classification for the departments was adopted Rod practically the name amount of monei will bo offered us premiums this year Bfl last She Get 15000 Barboursvllle Ky Ono of the larg est verdicts In a suit for damages on record hero was that given Mrs Field Ing Moore In n suit against tho Louis vlllo Nashville railroad Mrs Moore waa nlvan a vflrdlrt tar S15000 to INJUNCTION WILL HOLD Against Burley Grower to Prevent Sato to the American Tobacco Co Frankfort Ky Jmfge Barker of ttta courts ot appeals declined to dissolve the temporary Injunction gntned the Woodford county board of control to prevent Owner KImbrougU from deliv cuing his tobacco crop to the Amorjcart Tobacco Co when it was pledged to the board of control Tnts sane was ar gued before Judge Darker but hd Invited nil the other judges to sit with him and hear the urgumuntM In his short opinion declining ta dU solve the Injunction he says the ques I tlonn Involved vere discussed by all i the judges anti so many dtvdnte opin ions expressed that hi concluded it 1 best to let the case be tried out on Its merits in the court below antI conic up on appeal in the regular way ILK the delay would work no hardship on Kini brongb hr being protected by an ample bond Tills moans that the wirlltwt powlblo tlmp n final deolslpn ran bo reathOtIwilt be next Octobereven If the case ItJ t- tried at the May term of the Woodfonl circuit cout Friends of the American Tobacco Co- ylIB that company to not taking any J part In the suit and l not Interested In the result all It will buy no tobacco that baa been pledged to the variant boards of control Tills latter statement in doubted however and It Is charged that attorneys for the American Co are watch lag the case very closely and will rca der aid It necessary BURNED FENCE Prompted Desperate Battle of Feudlstr Several Were Hit Reckport KyA rtfport of adbsper ate bntUe between Ohio county ffcud lute reached here The Peach ami1 Coghill factions fought and several were wounded Both factions at outs for several years have mot In numer ous fights Some one reconUy sot flro to the fencing ot one of the Coghill boys The Peach gang was accused of tho net but resented It anti tho membors armed themselves The Cos 11111 clan did likewise and both side prepared for battle The feudists met near tho dwelling and after several jlr nary shots were fired each side llmltL refuge In nearby houses A i of bullets followed many of which Jr lodged In the dwellings or Coghlll anil lien Long The Pouch crowd hadgath orwl In the latter Several persons wore badlyanjurod IInllI iffs posse arrested Andy Peach Charlie Peach Ream Fiolden Lon Hnlllanil Thomas Coghill Reply of Hawkins Lexington KIn nswer to th open letter published last weolc by O R Keller of Carlisle asking what would become ot the tobacco pooled by the American pclety of Equity If It wore not purchased by the Ameri can Tobacco Cp W B Hawkins heat of the Burloy Tpbacco Growers asso elation has replied that the tobacco will be manufactured by an independ ent company Child Disappears Lexington KyAitl of tile police has been asked by Jos Bradley who resideS on the Versailles pike near here to assist In locating his 8IJt car old Von William who disappeared Thrf parents are under tho Impression that the child has been stolon fora re ward or has been murdered Sayre Graduates Meet Lexington KyThe Sayre Alumni Association was formed here the fol lowing officers elected Mrs Samuel MutshaltIcc I one of the oldest female senilnsirh La the west Want More School Buildings Lexington Ky Owing to the crowded condition of the public school buiKI lags of this city the boardtof feaucutloa has decided to request Count Judge Bullock to oak for n bond Issue of 71 000 to be used In erecting neW school buildings Given Life Sentence Lexington Ky Fannie Harvey a middleaged negro woman was con 1 ted on thee charge of uwlfototM cutting anti wounding by a jury In tho Fayette circuit court anti sentenced to the penitentiary for Ufa under till habitual criminal act Tobacco Plants Destroyed HopklnsVllle KyTobaeco plant beds of S P Mosoloy of Roarins Spring were dug up by night raiders anti destroyed Moscleyrt beds were sown with grass sofd several weeks ago anti he had sown now ones A Practical Joke oulsvillej KyAs R result of a practical Joko James Scott a brakeman on the B 8 O S W may loso both his oyo As it Is his face la severely burned and both eyes are badly injured Scott was given a load ed cigar by a friend I Broke the Postal Laws PlkeviHV ICYP O Inspector Spears has received a warrant for the arrest of J M Bowling the postaoaster here Bowling Is a prominent repub Mean It Is nllossd he violated the nested laws rl r b oo oeOOOCO080000 I0808080080808080eoosoooCorrespondence i- I Nowhere Else I U o Ro comipoaience pabliihrt Dales limned la fall by the writer The name o li sot for publication bat at u erideace of toad Idle Write plainly o pqoaooaoaoaoSOSOSOSOSoSMADISOR 11IO HIM MayaWo are having plenty of rainThe people of this vicinit ore very lato with their crops owing to the bad weather Mr T J Ding ham of Texas was called to the home of his daughter at this place Mn Earner Parker His son Elihu and daughter are very low with typhoid fevef but are reported some better Misses Flora Green and Myrtle Car penter attended the meetings at Silver Creek Saturday and Sunday Also several others of this place wore there Miss Stella Abrams spent Tuesday night with Mis Mnnerva McKeoham James Won thers little son George was sick Sunday ovening of last weekI after drinking some coal oilMrs Alice Gabbard visited her sister Mrs J T McKeohan Friday Another sister Mrs Nannie Alexander spent the day with them Sunday school is held at Pilot Knob church Ofcry Sunday at 2 pmA Sunday school will be organized at the Pilot Knol school house May 10th Everybody is invited to come and take part in it Mr I J McKeehan and wife son and daughter spent Sunday with Mrs Green and familyMiss Lillie Hurt and little sister Maud are visiting her grandparents of Breckonridgd CountyMr Mack Maupin recently sold a boundary of timber to tho Cooperage CompanyMrs Julia C Green has recently had her house re pairedRichard Lucas who went to Colorado some time ago for his health writes that ho is much better Lutz Carrier was visiting in Laurel County a few weeks ago Myrtle Settle returned home Sunday from London where she has been for quite a while JACKSON COUNTY UURLJlY May 2COrn planting anti ehaej Shearing IB a3 the go now in titlr community Stoat of the farmer are about dono pleating cocnIr John Roberts killed a fine turkey Tueertaj morning nnd Jobe AiarrtB kilted OBI Sunday morning which weighed else teon iKmnds Mies Polly Helton fussed thru here Sunday rooming or liar way to Horse Lick to vtolt her sprter Mrs Balle lake for 8 vwul days SlUia I Angel visited leer cousins airs Elizabeth and Mm IOz zlo Hurley Tuesday lUIey and Naa ale Gabbard contemplate visktog friends at Birch Lick Saturday sad Sunday Mrs Minnie Marris and children were the guests of Jacob H Gabbard and family Sunday tTL Marris killed a line floh in Irs hn Greek Saturday night which measured 31Vr Inchee The sheriff nnd Jailer of Jackson oounty passed thru here list Thursday on their way to Middle fork where they will fieb tor several dtojrg Wes Angel of near Middle Fork vte Ited friends here Sunday plra Bottle Hellard is very poorly 3iiuiiE route Slay 3harmers are enjoying the fine w therIr Cap Wilson of this place has gone to Hamilton Ohio to spend the summer Woa Angel made a3 business trip to Hurley Sunday Only Tussey who Iras boom gone do Biownh Tenn for the past Sour months returned to his home Thurs J d y Several of this community are planting corn this week Mrs Sarah Wilson of this plse visited her moth f Beoa Tussey of Beret from FrW y till Sunday lastRobert Baker who his been gone to Hamilton for the last month returned to his home Sun day Delia Angel vlstted Elise TUB ydneBday evening Ben Tussy made a flying trip to Livingston bet- H Sarah Dana Della and Mjanie Angel visited Mrs Letha Tug sey Sunday morning and attended the Binging at Old Union Sunday evening IIuY Robinson who has been absent from tome w long liar came home to stay Nina Angel visited her els er Mary Cole Thursday Ben Tus say attended church at Pine Flat Sun day George Grltfle and wife of Hv JiigBton are visiting friends and relatives at this place this week Robert Tuwey and wits visited Joe Tusswy of near Indhn Creek SundayLt An gel and Isaac Himes have gone into itte farming builneaa together this summer We wish Llge and Isaac I much succets Drummer John Lear pieced thru here Sunday on his way 9 McKeeDr J D hays pissed thf1lt- bere this morning on hla way to see Ttle Jennie the Infant daughter of Xrt McDnnlel who Is very poorly with i jmounaonla Shadei Angel of Illinois who has n vUitlng friends and rel Iveshere oo long has talcwn to hit home a friend Mks Ida Dole They were united in marriage some few diys ago We wish them much hap w mnesB h WOUAY HAWK iSjy 2 EUrmsra arc bolded With oooaoaoaoaoaoaooaooo their work in this locality Mrs Jenny Voborat save the young folks- aoeMl Monday nlllbt list These ft enfryed It very much George Tincli er bos jUt returned from Bat rnrtbdt wWi sootte for AV R Hngle Mrs Sarah Ilayee who lute been siele with In Grippe Is imDrovhtgfile- Miry Bngfe te aouwwfcnt bather W hope she will tie well MnThe bos of tills iifces are luvlng much 1IIKMt fMiing this week Poten Uegtoy hus gano into tile fiarmine bustnaM tills week ftlrs AlaKha Bngla from Be rra hw been viewing friends and re fives at Gray Hawk Itor a few- lb18411 J B Dlnctan WM at Ale Kre jneMenhty OB buskreeMir Par tec PeoMngton te to dw mroaevy b- InJIIL Dauld n visited J P Ad kin and family lust week Bostor Huff bought a house from J N Robe twsn for 7500JIftQj Petew IMlr chaavd n wagon from W II lisle fOr SGOOJ B Blngtaani George Tlncli er aod others are pkatmlng to go flah ing on Laurel Irk Srtrd5ky next Judge Janes Bogle sad will wets for w loome rue of W R Haglv SUn a1lr Thoa Turner ia still on the knkout for yaw hFSIkets lie toys In Intends to stop m ranch ftablng and hunting on the SbbMhJ P Adda is sell niMUng a blaekmntth shopN- D Kaeley visited Baqulr Ilhller hat Tueedaf on business ooac rn4 g Ihe murder of C PeaahictoB tcKEE May 2The wring term of the McKee Aoidemy closed Friday owning with an eatrtaiam it Two of our Jaowena W H Clark and A H Baker attended drautt Court at Irvine list week Oouaty Attoraey G I Rader SterlUngtys vote for A T Slier republknn moeninee for lUUraad OotnralMioner for the 3d dtetiact W F Welch sad wife of Irvine visited relattvea ta Mc Kee last weeltLs Grippe tea been prevalent fo this vicinity for the put three week Our doctors Amjrx sad Hays live been kept busy atteadlac the tckRev lease dfeMler preach ed at Smiths SsbooMMuae last Sun day evelng J R Hays sad R M BflMlfltaw went rtofaU K last Tuesday evening They reported a good cateh Sandy nAool at this place la Artns fairly well but the eBroDmeat in the IMble class Is not as large u it should lie MAULUlUf Stay 6We heave been having tine weather for farming The Engine school at Mt Gllaad Is progreeelHH nieely Mr LIe Blagkom leas wWrn ed from HamUton Ohio diiw P IM e Divte is attending school at Hgyirt Ky Several of the ladies of this vicinity ere on the hunt for bunk beang 4Ir David Meshes near Maulden dted on PrWay lest He leaves a wife and two children and a Urge number of relatives and friends to mourn bis loss but we hope their low Is hie MIThe singing at Blngfaam Chop 01 closed Sunday last Alt Gllaad losing school has terser crowds then ny of the otbwB AUssta Martha and LUMe Bingham were the guests of tbe AHsws Davis Sunday lastMr S 6 Wolfe is attending school at Egypt 4tr H C Ward has a fine lot of TWserlesiMr T F Montgomery pur Ihased a fine mare recently OLOVKB JIOTTOSI Apr 30We are glad to have aoma nice weather after such a long oold pelt and people are working hard to get their oem in Sherman Baker has been very poorly the lint week with jrx Grippe Writ Huret and Lewis iicGulre soak had a log rolling Sit irday and both report a good days fork Nothing like good neighbors Died April 2 Mrs little Baker wife of Malone Baker She had been sick over a yefcr with consomptaon She had long been a member of Disciples Church She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss They hove our deepest sympathy Vester Liblll visited at W D Azhllls list eVening and spent a few hours la tho hade of the old apple treeEllen Addle end Nettle Duitosm visited their taunt Mrs James Biker Siturday nIghtAtex Perry our photographer Is rejoicing over the arrival of n lit Ue Perry at his homeLet us boor from the correspondent at Bradshaw Arthur McGulre attended a tempewnc lecture at the Cow Bell Schnolhouse onducted by Mrs Fox and Rev Bry and Friday night We were very sorry to hear that Miss Armlna Jones ot Jrsyfusw ho has had spinal dlsaase 80 Tong Is worse than usual Let us rear from her thru The Citizen rayer Meeting at this place every Wednesday night conducted by Rev U Lunstord Mr ODllina and others The ratt and hawks are Catching all the chlckena within their reach They uvcnt eaten up any Johnny take uarta yet oo they pfd at fircrffreeo 4 JlUOU May 6We are having very pretty weather at present but roads are vet bad Popple are nearly reedy to plant corn Mrs John Parks Is on tllo sick IlstMr Robert Benge visile Mr Jim Powell of Greasy Springs Sun dlMrs Elizabeth hue is VtaWn her children at Uiia ptaoe of tote Mr Hiram Elys children are very slek with measles Beatrloe lisle who visited her grandmother of Vera has come borneMr LawN Part of Cincinnati Ohio visited his ltar ents last weekMrr Hlbrldf nOM Hlnw and Seen Azbill made a I1ns trip to George Uenges Sunday ever inMr Bradley Alexander of Urej- fus was the guest of Mr Joe AUxan der Sunday lure George Benge ot Grant Oklahoimi visited Mm Alice Beng Wednesday and went flOi1u there to her sisters Irs Georg Ytoung of Klngekon Mrs Alto flange and Mrs Geotfi Dang vlsUro Mr Cliff Bang und Llzte Klmberli- lrFriday4lr Jaron Hudson ant relater M Ttle nude a flying trip to Here SsiUMrdfcy AltoB ar ere Parks Vernoi cud Dora Bly Bditrlce lisle and Wll lie Harbor wire the guests of Maggi- Denge Sunday evening Our Sundu- admol is MIng nicely Iwt in all 90 and here a still better school We miss Mr Crochet Ely In our Sunday school very much KVKlinilKUN May 3The Sunday School at Pint Grove is getting along nieely Greet JAke Is hauling cross tINMr Bern Dews baby that has been sick is get ting be ter J W Jonts finished hit men planting the 2nd of May SilH Hellard is able to be out ogAlnsdllst vvBnle Gabbard is well pleaeed with leer picture that aha reoalved frop iftmlHotn Ohhx Old Uncle Steve S Doyle was the guest of W M MeCol um and others last week The gov- enwieent hue raided the ma n lnl- on Norse Ilckolr Job Lako watt to- lJoooon on bushoaa this nekiMrIa- oott like returned from Louisville and reports a tine thnMr usury Combs and Mite Martha Lake left for- Der8a Thursday morning to be mill- rted Mr Netfdle Luke of lama- Uruach says for all the boys who wan to work to call on J L Litae He laa I job of painting to donane1 D- Doni te plying sheep this spring dtie Lake says he will have tin irlmye to toll this fall Ha baa eel GO eggs this spring ALCOItX- Atay GJ H JMkeon and A J mlh of Bena were thru here Litt veal taking order tor their rttotlYe ItcJufII8Rev J W Parsons fUM Ile ragMlar aptMlatmvnt SUunbr HM S1a at Drip Rock aad Davjs CuOlta Quite a large eangragatton were out to hen him He pmehw wale at Drip Rock might There rare five additions to the church lit- Drip Rock yesterday Mr A U- Webb of near Drip Rock died lest liuwday and was buried Friday at the family burying ground CHre lI- ne Parsons of Drip Rook vlaKed her aunt Sirs A H Williams yesterdiiy The old home ylaee of J T Lain but deceased will be sold May 20 at McKee at oamralssloners sale and as it is a wailtimbered term it would be of Interest tor all pereona wanting to buy a good lot of white and chestnut oak to be preeeot at the sale Mr J A Fry of Noknd Ky pissed hru here last Friday taking orders or tombstones iMr J B Rose Is- very low with 4jphold fever We hope lowevor he will soon ba on the road to recoveryMr Nat Centers our efficient mall carrier from her to Pa- ala is always on time especially in the morning Nat says ho would muo ather be an hour early than a min ute tote ESTILL COUNTY WAOE11SV1LIK May ttiVe are having souls fine heather now Farmer are hustling bout getting ready to plant corn Ir Jeff Wager is on the sick list iilesman A B Wilson has purchased 11 horse front Mr J B Kelley at 135 Mrs A E Scrivnar in the quest of her laughter IMra Jeff Viscera lost all the men of this am u unity Wended court at Irvine the first of the week Misses Ells and Maude Park entertained quite a number of their friends Sundny lit Those present were Missis Katherine and race Wagers Retha and NetUe P lorlvner Flora Arvino and Lena Ed cards Messrs J B Wagors Willie Vilson and Vernon Scrivner Mr So- D Wagers It visiting friends and rela ives at this place this weeknMr and Ira Jonah Wagers returned to Ir- yone Tuesday after several days visit with friends hereH 0 Wagers was Ihe guest of Miss Sophia Wilroa Sat irdiy night and Sunday- JIAlIV Tot May 3The farmers of this vicinity lTe all jtkmting corn Mn Bsttle ackett Alma and Tallin Lngsion were la Irvine shopping drondayCllr Ubert Tuntritei who has been in Ham Won Ohio has now returned home ftlrs Slndy Lnlnhart has been visit ng her grandparents at this place ilr leaac Tuckett and family arc Vte ting Mr TackettB brother Who has been sick for Quite a while Mary L Hymer wins the sweet of Nellie 1111 titer SundayMr and vMrw Coleiin Fur h1ng were guista of rite lattw turootft Adr and Mrs A D 1tIIItlonS- I1IJo1y Miss Luira of HuvPT To is balling raladvoB at Wagfravlll Ky Mtea TalWia Ixg8din visits DNiHiiU Ln0dion oC Jlnka Wednend night ailea Neill lulling airThursday with liar slater Mrs It W- liargnavegswual of this place at tended court at Irvin TiledenyMb- Cyrus White and Mr Tiiomot four l have cotnpnxnlanl their land aull Mrs Cindy Ricea funeral aermoti will be pmchad SMurday the 1th by Rev Jolts Bryant LOCUST IIUVNCM May 1JtUlIfB Blckmll awl wit visllod Mrs lltclmeh8 IMBVIKS Mi and Mani J M Kindred SJutnJl night and Sunday James Blcknel purchased a mule of Mr J P Loge dan yeeterdayWill Don nkshunlec purelMMtl of Junta Blckne4l FriiK one mule for 13400 Din mya Ip likes to duel with Jaiuaa lllckm beoaiuo he tells him the uthICurtfa Gentrys datmliiar Lucy WOO less not been at hone for ctgMi n yearn vlatteil her luivnts MM mister Mrs G II Blcknell IKH wt k1Ir J H Jackson end Mr Smfth tmvelltot wlesnien passed thru hare yeitjetvfciy Sunday School at this place hut surfed up again afar the tvMrt- elmonthmJ M Kindred Is bMldto a new atorehuose Mr F 11 cap belt and family hava staved OR to Yes II G Blcknell farm Salllt laM red called on her cousin Mloa Alai Kindred Sunday e naBg sad lied nit enjoyable tintsMr Jeff Goatry hi wrabaed an Dries4real Mrs Ohude Oliver rMMad Air rust NN lie Revte Sunday evealBg Melvin Kindred to Iwrrowkag aMlna ready to plant Dora STATION aMr May CL Mtaee Iathnm Moorw sad SuiIiU Whiten were Ute meats of Miss llayroe Serivaar tanlaj Might Mra J H Scrivaer was in HieMaoad ahot plog kit weekMr QaaMaa ills will reeve into Ida MW realdmc oa Main wrest this wIre A S A WU son alld danghtar apeat Tbomdty at the hone of Mr B P Anrbk Mtaa IWhkt Wilson ww the ftMwt of Mlii Jtrtd Turner of Irvine tram Wcdnea day till Satardty of taM wash AMaa IWttIe Moore after a few daya visit wIth tier panwu Oapt Jag and Mm Moorea Ncwtied to Idea Tuesday lies Mooraa wiN gr 4oat from the tornMl Aattartmeat this year Mtea Anna ScrtvMr was daHghtfUlly ester aiMd at bite lam ot AMU Him ion of WtoemaMOMii guunhu sad MMlajr iWcbel Iowa trod ataivr Hda pest awxUy with Mary B Boorea Mr WUUrd Derlvo r celled it the home of J B lib Sunday set apoeta a swell uhnaIIrL Sainh Wll OB afiaat Sundiay with Mrs Cheater Vrayx ftlr George Part Is on the sit 1st Air sad MM Mote Drrbln pent Brassy with their daughter Mts A I Isaaoslr Rufoni ftigste auid church at Station Camp Svatay ilr Marian ColliM passed their base la rite to Muddle Pork Thurad y fra Clinton Cox is Mpidly improving Itt a very severe spell ot atekaeaa Mlas Myrtle Black eHMrtilnMi quite I number of her friends last Weds iGeday afternoon at a flinch party OWSLEY COUNTY OAllItAUI May 2The farmers are very bwy Rowing and planting oornc B Cab reed wan at Boon vllle Saturday on luslnees Lucy Gabbard ia visiting relatives on Cow Creek this week dies Lucy Reynolds ot Eversnle vis ted her slater Mrs Cole Saturday and Sunday Squire Combs an old soldier of the Civil Wteir who resided on Wolf Creek took suddenly III last week and pissed ayroet aH the fruIt of this vloinlty has been killed by the recent cold spill Ballard Huff has recently called to Confluence 1M- tie county on account of tho death of his youngest bmtherJack Gab hard Broker has painted the uchool hOUS at this place Joha Rose and wife and Mrt Roses sister Hattie leynolds visited Joha L Gabbard and amllj Sunday aftornoan R v Smith of noonovllle filled his regular fip wlntnvent at this place Sunday A rood crowd were out to hear him Vlll Helton sold a fine mule to Dill Shepherd for lG5Prtce Moore who bas been sick Is out agaln Alfnd Svcraole ds busy hauling goods for parker Moore EREATHITT OOUNTY ATHOL May aThe farmers of this place ire very busy planting oornWe are laving a very nice Sunday school at Iill Branch with a very large attend nceOld UnclaC E Taylor preach cd at Lymans Creek last Sunday A arge crowd acme out to hear hlm Wood Bowman of Bear Creek is try Ing to sail out to go westA D ohnsonr of Tallega Is down sick with yphold fever James Miiritham has quit work at Athol and tone back home Mr Green Mlllburn and wife are both down IckH Gross of Mill Brunch is thru planting oornSeveral leoplo ot this place are plaalcg to sad their oWldrsti to Berea trio fail DeliciousHot MADE WITH ie ROYALBAKING arc the most appetizing health ful and nutritious of foods e Much depends upon the Baking Powder ROVAL BAKINO POWOSft CO KCWYORK Mr Beery Howman wit bu trial IB the army for the kaax six years wit return horns in Nomnber We All with be glad t welcome him luck GARRARD COUNTY CAHTlUSVlMi Mny LHer Bryant filled Ills reg plnccinliirgu congregation Mr Jack Rob onIOn is superinlondiug Sunday school at Level Green church nt 280 oclock ovory Sunday Mr Rouerson is a good man and wo all must loud a helping baud so wu can have a good Sunday sohool Tho Sunday school has boon poor at Lttrol Green for the past two years Hev McCHlluin of Lexington preached at Fairview on the third Sunday In April The people at Paint Lick will soon have their now church completed Paint Licks new dairy IHHWO will also soon be ready for busitwM LnoMt0r to to have a new dairy house oleo In the near future and also a laundry which will be a great help for the tarnMlse Parril Clark IHW re turned home from Bares where she JIM been to attend school She hall to stop school ou acaouHt of hiring measles Maggie her sister at ItoHie now late meaalaa also but snow doing very wellSlbat Betsy Woods baa been rteiUag liar uuela awl aunt Mr end Mrs Morrie Green at Berw for a few dnvs Mies MamIe Carson of Oklahoman has wale to make hot home with her cousin Mrs Blnltn Carter of this place She la a fine girl Fanners hare about finished plantingcorn Wheat looks flno A great many little pISS lambs and chickens are to to seen on the farms nowOltlcorn soils at I a barrel SrtLLAclrwN Mar C C C IlkiMo and wife were the gmau of their faugbtar Mrs O L OiibUan of this place Tuesda- ytightIi D Baker and family were tke guasta of R II Sops and family last Svadgv Kev8 U raeeiwd hero that George Ttathile and Sun B an sad others numaa not known of this- lilac here lift for park unknown UN Allie Btantoa of Banes woe the- CUNt of hpr ulster Mrs Mary Oll- bhud last week Pearl and Mary nockman visited their grandfather J B dabbard lest Monday night The people here thought the trait was an killed but there will be about half I atop at apples The other la not alued very highly at the present its that wore sowed before the cold raalher are all right Corn planting Ia all the Co now Most people ur- ethnto L Oabbard haa In a lot ot rome tmde sugar for sale It la guar anteed strictly pure0 L Gablxtrd- nd wife of this place were visitors IIn Baroa Sunday fund Sunday night R H Soper purahaMd a buggy D- fJ a Cida last Wmi wsday11rs Day I a of Livingston and her friend Miss Alton are visiting Mrs Duvla par eDIts Mr and Mrs Will Asher ROCKCASTUE COUNTY WAllDi May OCorn planting and sheep shearing is about the general occupa Ion in this J M Craig vos thru hear Monday buying lambs and wool He Is paying u cents alb for lambs and 3 cents per lb for woolMllt Sowder sold one fair two r old mules to Dr T J Price for S300W S Doan has old his farm to a man from Harlan County for 1800U M Cummins has also sold his farm to Wilt Sowder for 8700L S Doan ia building a tow house on what is known aa tho Albert Owens farm Larkiu Busspll has moved into his new housoOur Sunday school at Skaggs Creok Ie irogrossing uicely Tom French ia hauling legs tbls wcok for Jim Owons W II Cress went to Broadhond Saturday after n load of cornHer C C Melcalf filled hU at Skaggs Creek last Sunday Berea College Pair j FOR Fireside Industries Will bo hold Wednesday Juno R 1007 the Oollego Commencement Day in Rooms 80 nnd 37 Industrial Building Kami the list of promluna nd proimro to make an exhibit II you should not tako a premium you can show your skill and racy hare n chance to soil somethin- gTAKE NOTICE lislrka star w miWc af any time frost noon to J P M ON Tuts der Jsse 4 1907 or free 7 111- to 10 Jl U ItVdnretfay Jr i JHH- AH fOOfulrNC1 for jtrtAiiunt mutt taN 6n Made ainw brat Commencement Day Jwc it JHH- Honw prodnatfl not included iu our list of premium nay be exhibit od null otTered for sale We offer sue premium for hick cry or oak split baHkvtn nioluti fllrajMtl There Is quite a domatul for mioh baskets if wullinnde Tho sine of sushi eUould net bo over the half bushel basket and Htnallor cu a will find a readier sale PREMIUMS OFFERED Icy I- IUIoareeaad1a resceetiwa1ooi o C iw- Ue Ioo 11ue HMM Flttow Cotrere a Covcflhl FilUrm o- itsen r rCates I a Urcy a l 100 v few Ftanml adn J- OKwa BtankrMHyd iiwKlmi w listUCaenyd yda I asass Rug bonier I o c Rage ar1e weave a 1l1li1 or Dek sul mtou biNta Mtk ao m tt4I kncme4e w r Htndmiidc plltUktUtn rair III t JIdlIMI III c KnK Sockhrpuyarn y + Knit run so M No premiums will be given for Liusoy Dress Flannels or Linens which do not contain eight yards Only secondclass premiums will bo given for secondclass articles whoa no firstclass ones have been enteredCommittee on Homespun Fair JI Dr W G BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST TryOrerrtfallna0l6a Office hours from 8 to 4 CUr 1hone 183- ITteth cxtimdcd without p la Soranoforme Ce F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson AU calli promptly attended to night and day Telephone Xo 4 Btren Kjr HENRY LENGFELLNER1 TINNER 0Hc over Post ORtce Phone 153 WlNhoue writ of Depot Bleet Roofing Cheaper Than Ever EtiLYcs Trough M leas than Old Price o nn