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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f lMefioieMosolciclloleMOMoioM BEREA PUBLISHING CO eoo x erraaltA4P ffientnermXyntaodataa Q oioio ootoMoeoMoeoioMoMoo VIII Fivo cents copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 10 1007 Onb Dollar a year No 48 a NEWS OF THE WEEK less lox In fever of Taftryes net Anxious for Nemlnitlen Three Mil lien BelUrt for Famine InRusslaLa her Riot In Sn Frinolioe George D Oux inner kiss or Cln cinnati and a Pnmker supporter iu nounws hltnnelf for Taft for Prevent and Komker for senator 1Vimkcr inyft bo will abld by the will of the Ohio riHKiblicana and aupitort Mr Tuft for prualifcnl It that Is their wish I Bevcuil of Mr nrynna tloitsl friends roy that ho is by no moons certain that ho will accept thn damn cruUo nomination Mr Ilrynni g v trnuunt owitertililu of rullroada view has met with BO much opposition among dctnwmta that the fctuler ot two ocunjuljrn la mid to seriously doubt whrtlMT ho should load tho next Mr Uryan In said to bo by no mmng anxious to bo nominated on a pull form which would not mmnuiul lain entire Bjrm athy The Russian Emperor hJI lgnod n famine njiproprkttlnn of f3000000 a largo Amount of which IH lo ba used- for medical assistance In the dlsoaso tKrlcken provinces The strike ot the 1700 street oil era ployws In Sin Fmnclreo dAvek pcd into a riot In which ithn than a BOOT of jwrsonn worn severely hurl It maybe wcessary to mil out the rfcvto mill Ifo to preacrvo order an tho polloo of the dry seem almost powerless Over 1000 drlwUrs roprwentln g 30000000 hereon thniout tho world- will attend tho Worlds Fifth 8un ii School Convention at ionic May 1 g 23 Vlcdir Hmniinuel of Italy will honoruryp nldnt of the oonvcn ItoPlane Rm onf ot lo deepen the i MlrifllMilppI Ulver farm at ltIuls down to such nn extent that ocoin eUtunen oar sail tip to the whurrei of SU Ituls The scheme inuludn much work on the Missouri to prevent ailed frwm Iwlhg routed Into the Suss II Udppt lAsnowstorm linn Iwon raging for days In tho aouthwn Wyoming mountains and snow ii seven feet drop on a level The mm tan not Rhone since April JCUi Relief for China On lliy Gill A errand ship the L1ttn talle4 rlom Sinrninalwa wllt a cargo of flour for the starving Chin eco as iho Iluford could nosillthat was to bo sent COOOOO 01110 are now briiiR kept alive neatly by the gins ot people of tlw United Slates and when those ships arrive that number cam bo cnUrput to a million The news ot the CWFRO frcni Atnotku his epRi ihrn the whole empire RIM the Uiouiun ln of people whose only food la new grins and haves have hope for this future nee our list ptibllnUliv Mrs JAB 1SI of Krrby Knob has sent 2tO she hopes nny help eonie lit tie Buffeting child True Education The first tact and closest trial quo ion to any living creature IB What do you Ilkofand Iho enUro object of true education la to make pooplo not merely do the right things but enjoy tho right thingsJohn Huakln r II The G A R Fight When tho Citil Wnr was over hero woro still many baltles loft to bo fought for purity nnd rightcousnoss and tho veterans of oho war still hero ache of that work to do Tho state organization of tho Ken tucky 0 A It has been in control of n corrupt ring for a number of years This ring has hud itA liomlquiutors in Louiovillo nnd has kept control by incnna of nn unfortunnto rulo which allows nil who huvo boon Post Commanders to have a vote at tho State Encampment Most of tho Q A R pasta huvo continually roeloctwl tho imtno mou tho most compe theynow every your thus havo a far larger voto in State ISnmtnpmouts than tho other posts By other means well known to grafters the II liiug Ins kept itself in powor Lo Vnut Dodgo ProfEmoritus of Uerea Colloge is without doubt the bust qualified man in tho stnto for tho State CommcmdorHhip Its love for honcdty and for his comrodus and country has lead him to mako a long haul tight against oho lUng I Last your he might have been olct cd Commander If ho would kayo agreed beforehand to appoint on commit tees Ihoflo whom tho bosses named During tho last year ho has spent great donl of time monoy and effort to argftnlzo the battle for righteous nose which is being fought this week in the State Encampment in Loula villa 0 Worlds Sunday School Day To Sunday Sellout Worker thnioM the world Christian Qrwtlnt Tho HxftCtitiVB OommKte ot the Worlds Fifth Sunday 8ool nnnti- on American Station Invitee Su+ day school workers In nil tonal to units in observing Sunday May 19 1907 as Worlds Sunday School DJy by cngac Ine 4n private and puulle prayer ae occasion n ay off r for Sunday SchnoH thniout tho world and eepectolly for tho Worlds Fifth Sunday School Con vention which will then be In BBOB In 4hoxlly of Home Ministers aria asked to prajoh a speoal sermon placing fresh om hjMli utwn tho Sunday School ns n most promising field for Evangelisation and diameter building A universal oompllnnco with this Bitsgrotlon will make this the grftiteet day In the history of tho Sunday School Not all may go to nonie but each one nny luvo a slam In 1runu ting the oauso which the tonvenlton rcprosems Dy direction of tho Committee GEO W HAILBY ChnlmMn WM N HAUT8UOI1N SWy PhltAdelphto March f1007 O+oHOoJoO THE= BankiI+ 1 p 01 f 1 We Cordially Invite g lfi 1 YOUR ACCOUNT t+ J o ARE SAFEGUARDED BY 1 Federal Supervision Ai r 0 1 t J L K WELCH Frwldent J W FOWLER Vice Pros ti L GAY Cashier fJo Fo t tHa i o ooo ett tI 0 o t tHE CITIZEN PrejMrlnfl For the Worat A French gentleman anxious to find n wife for a ncpliow went to n matrimonial ayuat who handed lira his let of lady dkmtt Itunnlng tkroujih this he came to his wifes name ontorofl us iksltoua of obtxlulng a husbnuil between the erne of twoaty eight an- dtldrtyflvea trend preferred Forget till his iiupliow ho hurried home to announce his discovery to his wife The lady was not nt all disturbed Oh yea sho sold that Is my unmo I put It down when you woro BO 111 In tie spring nnd the does rid old we must prepare for tho worst Indians on Education- In 1T5J nt the treaty of the govern ment of Virginia with tho Six Nations at rnctutor Tn tho Indians were Invited to send six youths to Williams burg college to bo educated free It la- n rule of Jndlan courtesy not to answer Important questions on tho day they nro naked After deliberating they declined the Invltntlon Thpy said that they had sent eovcral young men to tbo coIloRcs 6t the northern provinces nnd when they returned they were poor runners Ignorant of how to got a living in Uio woods could not bear cold Or hunger could not build a cabin take a deer or kill an enemy nUll spoke their own language badly They Were not fit for hunters warriors or councilors They woro totally good for nothing If tho gontlomon of Virginia will send us n dozen of their sons wo will take great euro of their education Instruct them In nil we know and wako men of them How Dlsmnrck Got Welt Do you not find It a great relief asked Bismarck of Count Ileust at Gas teln In 1S71 to smash things when yon arc In a passion Ono day I was over thcro pointing to too windows of the emperors apt rtrnents opposite and 1 got Into n violent rage On leaving I shut the door violently and tho key remained In my hand I went to Icliiulorfe room and throw tho key Into basin which broke Into n bun tired pieces What Is the matter he cxclnlmed Aro you ill I tfas 111 I replied but I am now qulto well thank you The Horo of the Adlje I will give a hundred French loutu to nny ono who will venture to deliver Uieso uiifortunuto people said Count BpQlvcrlnl when the swollen 4dlgi swept away the bridge of Verona with tho exception of the center arch On this section stocxl a house whoso In mutes cried for help from the windows as they sane tho foundations slowly giving way A young peasant seized n boat nod pushed Into tho flood Ho gained the pier took tho whola family Into the ilttlo boat and carried them rifely to laud Hero Is your money iujybrave young fellow said the cQu lAo said tho youth do riot HlT ry life Glvo tho money to this FMrfeaUy who havo need of it r REPORTS OF PUBLIC EXPENSES SHOULD BE PRINTED Altho everyone ought to be honest no rrfatter how hard it is we ought to make it as easy as pos dishonest spenditit afterward and be punished if therhave used it wrongly It is not hard to take care things if one man works for another man for the master will watch his servant But when the master is a vil muchdangerand that his servants will waste or steal his money Every village ought to know what is done withall the money which it pays in taxes Every school district has a right to know just what is done with the money which the school trustees have to use for the district When the trustees or the assessors or collectors who ever the public officers arcare honest and wisethey will be glad to have everybody know what they do dishonest son why the reports should be printed reportsOftenin a newspaper and paid for If you are a public offi cer it is your duty to have your reports published so that all citizens may know that you are honest and faithful If you are a private citizen it is your duty to call for such reports from your public officers It will make you a better citizen and make them better Officers The Citizen will be glad to publish reports of public officers in the counties where it comes If there is some officer in your county or district who ought to make such reports write to The Citizen and we will remind him of his duty WHAT KENTUCKY IS DOING S ilargisReformMaysvllle oorwplra1M OnakHII testified In the trial of JM tUriU at LMrtngton that UafRi tad oW him In Praakfort tint ke wouki PeRtItennn thit Horgta snd Cillatvin kirtctilirly wtated kUl- ot1 were Ju Cjckrlll Dr n D Ctex Jaunts Itircum and Jute OmtweM the flrtt three of wlvna hive Oboe been murdered at JabODI1ftIVIi DinvHlle km been wept bya at reform and the Citizen Ln pia recently formed Ma persuaded all keeper of dla rdt rly Iwuraa to leave ihe city Blind tlnere hive been eJwed nd ai ffrrt will be made to hive the drug aUro o M selling lfi our even on iHeecrtptlon Dinvllle Is known to be ono of the moM mnml cities 4n tbe state hit her good cia Mna an oot titlBft d wkh the oandl 41BU8 that prewUl there cal hive 0t about to take the city eteui Its all teepees The loaf oKk n elation at Mayo vllle rxHiItcd In a iteeWttl victory for the wots by a mijwltly of 318 The lend option people ere tryiog to get another election under the county unit taw They cCilru the county IB abut 75 per cent dry outaide Mysvlllo I W C T U Lecture Mrs Susan S Fessondon of Boston Mass lecturer ot the National W 0 T U will give nn address be fore tho Beren W C T U at 730 p m on Tuesday May 28th in Iho Disciples Church Model School Entertainment Tim Model Schools will give their Spring Term eutertniumeut TUBS day evening May 21st in the Col logo Chapel Tho public is cordially kited Exercises will begin at 730 PM Mont lgno on Selt Assertion Not to speak roundly of a mans self Implies some want of courage I dart to speak of myself and only ot myself When I wrlto of anything il80 lmiss my way and wander from the subject I who am moparchof the matter whereof I treat and who am account ablo to none do not nevertheless always bcllovo In myself I often haz aril sallies 6f my own wit wherein I vary much suspect myself and certain verbal quibbles at which I shako my ears but I lot them BO at a venture 1 IucltthIngsI present myself standing and lying boforp and behind my right awe and my left and In all my natural postures To Get a Better Crack at Him A Sunday school teacher recently asked his pot scholar why they took Stephen outsldo too walls bf tho city to stono him to death Tho little fel low was silent for a moment as though absorbed with the problem when brightening up suddenly ho replied So they could get a better crack at W t l y ooooeooeoeooooo o 0ooo0 4vIV01 n DEPOSITORS I Shooters From Their Cradles TIN best shots in tbe world are the Kentucky mountaineers The west has nothing to compare with them Whoa It comos to pulling a gun quickly and shooting accurately the most export of matter bad mar would appear slow sad clumsy by tho side of many of theeo mountain outlaws They learn to shoot almost as soon as they grad Unto from the crndlb litany of their sports relate to shooting Tim pro prietor of the crossroads store has a shooting gallery In his establishment where in otter localities you might find a slot machine In ono store I saw n wheel about half the also of a spinning wheel with pieces of card board containing numbers on the dif forest spokes The charge was nl ponce 10 cents a allot and tho par ticipant picked his number The prizes ranged all the way from a box of car tridges to a bag of cornmeal or n side of low bosom according to tho size of the piece of cardboard selected The wheel was given a swift whirl by the storekeeper but judging from the shooting I saw 1 could not find out wherein he derived any profit from tile contrivance C T Itovera In Outing Magazine tJ Commencement 1907tCumtitcnrcmcnt liny U Juno IMflli and 4 there will bo exhibition nmt nildromra greetirate hand n general mewing ol the Collrgn Llliniry Irhitlnf Olllcc Machinery etc In ll o evening nt 3 P II the Ornnil Oration will bo gIven by Dr Jan BT Onn nclil formerly Ircnlileiit of the Ohio Stato Uiilvxriiltjr nnil now Mbnirlnn of Colunibln University Dr Cnnflolil 1 one of thin gnmtmt pcnken In America Uvnrjrtiixly anil Item him and will be Instructed nutl plenwl by what he Ienrs Conic early and enjoy ono of oho great days of n lifetime II Chief Contents of This Number IAOE ONE Now of Tho Week 1 The O A U right Wlmt Kentucky Is Doing lltorlnlrrlntliift of Public Report Chlnco 1nmlne Relief k POI TWO Serial Thn Ilonsoot n Thousand CnndlM Horticulture 1AGi TIIKEE Korea nod Vicinity i College items PACK Noun Comments llnnent Which Ilia Women Club Itavt UellowIJlIrI Alice Parker ieseer KnglUh Spelling the WorstProf Irreadier Hqlthaw Polltlenl Tnl- kTcmlmno Notes roan ratTho Youth Department The Sunday School Lon PAGE SIX The DlitrtrtRchiralTho Komo The IloiiioBpun Inlr The rnrm Orowlne Potntoc lIlBhlh Kentucky History tStudents JountnlPAaE SEVEN Now from everywhere 1 Itecent State New PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky New Ohio New Journeys End 6 A meek man at Atchison was asked how he and his wife happened to moot Wa did not moot ho answered y sbo overtook moN Y Tribune Fur Business Growing The number of skins of fur h wing animals obtained every your in British America is much greater than it was half a century ago Muskrats out number all other animals trapped or killed for their furs in Canada by a largo those rodents yield about a million polta annually Wild Roar In Philippines Thoro are thousands ot wild boar in tha Philippines and you can shoot thorn anywhere The natives usually drlvo them into nets with dogs Some times they aro caught in pitfalls or traps No ono ever heard of tho Phil ippine wild boar attacking anyone although it grows to great silo and looks very force Like the wild jungledfowl which will brood with poultry tho wild boar will breed freely with tbo native pigs r 0 Fo +o Fo Fo +od od ofo Foq o+o+o po3 o So Eo Fo +ogo Fa Sod o+oq o Soo I An Appropriate Title I of 0 1 Some one has aptly termed the Trust Company + THE DEPARTMENT STORE OF FINANCE In the completeness of the Financial iServices which it offers its patrons The Berea 1Bank Trust Co well deserves this title + I 8It I t departmentby t+ a checkingaccount to all who wish to transact + a systematic manner a o 0- I IsavingsQ Savings here are protected by Capital Surplus + and Profits amounting to more than a third bfothe total deposits of the bank a proportion of safety offered by few of the large banks and we pay FOUR per cent interest compounded tsemiannually + + In our Trust Department we can care 6raI your property interests while you live qr vki will act as your executor assuring the carry ta1 ing out of your will in strict accordance with + 0your iOurrrjentsare well prepared to serve in those lines Our service in every line is reliable f- o 0 1 BEREA BANK TRUST CO i BEREA KENTUCKY t ji DIRECTORS oI lo+o+oFedoc + +o Fo4o iod o3 o3 qodohDFo Fod odo3o3 ad o +o Fod o r I 1 aorta TO conrKsrotf DKNTS An eemonnlcaoarrntbu ptr ihixild bb naent 104 lbm tr the sloth net nceurltp Ire kakllctilca but n u trhlHira o14 thon lbe rutwrit Ktr ow Mt otde of the raper puUeilnij tmfil In e utmra and d t W ft and Afare 3tia nd dUUnct I roper ermu aro eds diHcuIl U dfttplir beauo B481U U WklCJl ItttJ to I THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON A lktr or THE MAUI CHAflCC ZELDA DAMUoneta orrriehi itn br ui k iitrrtu Co CHAPTER X Continued I gatherod up Uio fragments of Mor gans lantern rind went back to the II brary Tho lights In half the candlesticks bad eputlcrod out I exUn gulshed tho remainder and started to my room Then In the great dark halt I heard a muffled tread as of some ono follow Ing menot on the broad staircase nor In any place I rould Identify ye unmistakably on steps of some sort beneath or above me My nerves were already keyed to a breaking pitch and tho ghostlike tread In the wall angered me Morgan or his ally Bates undoubtedly 0 reflected at some new trick I ran Into ray room found a heavy walking stick and set off for Dates room on the third floor It was always easy to attribute any sort of mischief to the fellow and undoubtedly ho was crawling through the house somewhere on an errand that boded no good to me U was now past two oclock and he should have been asleep and out of the way long ago f crept to his room and throw open the door without I must say the slightest Idea of find Ing him there out hates the enigma Bates the Incomparable cook the per feet servant sat at a table tho light of several candles falling on a book over which ho was bent with that maddening gravity he lead never yet In my presence thrown oft He rose at once stood at attention Inclining Ills head slightly Yes Mr tJIenarm Yes the dovjl I roared at him astonished at finding him sorry 1 must say that he was there The stick fell from my hands I did not doubt ho knew perfectly well that I had some purpose In breaking in upon him I was baffled and in my rage floundered for words to oxplaln my selfI thought I heard some one In the house I dont want you prowling about In the night do you hear Certainly not sir he replied In a grieved tone I glanced at the bopk he had been reading It was a Volume of Shakes pcarcs comedies open at the first steno of the last act of Winters TaleQuite a pretty hit of work that I should say he remarked It was one ot my late masters favorites Go to the devil I bawled at him and went down to my room and slammed the fOlrln rage and chagrin XIII Receive a Call Goring to bed at three oclock on a winter morning in a house whose ways are disquieting after a duel In which you escaped whole only by sheer good luck does not fit one for sleep When I finally drew the cove tover mo it was to lie and speculate upon the events of the night In cone nectlon with the history of the few weeks I had spent at Glenarm Larry had suggested In New York that Pick Bring was playing some deep game and I myself could pot accept Pick erings statement that my grandfath era largo fortune had proved to be a myth If Pickering had not stolen or dissipated it whore was it concealed Morgan was undoubtedly looking for something of value or ho would not rlllk his life in the business and It was quite possible that he was em ployed by Pickering to search for hid den property This Idea took strong bold of me the more readily I fear since I had alwayo been axlowrto see evil in Pickering There wafc to be sure the unknown alternative heir but neither she cor Sister Theresa was I imagined a person capable of hiring an assassin to kill me On reflection Jlsmlssed the Idea of appealing to the county authorities and I never regretted that resolution The scat tot Wabana county was 20 tulles away the processes of law wero unfamiliar and I wished to avoid pub licity Morgan might of course have been easily disposed of by ap appeal to the Anmandalc constable but now that I suspected Pickering of treach ery tho caretakers importance dwln tiled I had wanted all my Ufa for a chance at Arthur Picketing and ia this affair I hoped to draw him Into the peon and settle with him I slept presently but woke at my usual hour andv after a tub felt ready for another day Bates served me as usual a brcakfuat that gave a fair aspect to the morning I was alert for any sign ot perturbation In him but r had altcad decided that I might an well loot for emotion In a stono wall as In this placid colorless serving man I bad IK reason to sus pest hip of complicity In the nights affair but I had no faith In him and merely waited until bo should show his bred- By my plate next morning I found this dole written la a clear bold wottlqui hand Ill Sister or St Agatha trust It teat the Utruclcm upon his grounds by Miss Armstrong ono of their stu dents has cuscd Mr Glcnarm no annoyance Tho Sisters beg that this Infraction of their discipline will be overlooked and they assure Mr Glen arm that it will not recur An unnecessary apology Tho note paper was of the best quality At the head of tho pago St Agathas Annandalo was embossed In purple Ono of tho sIsters I had seen beyond the wall undoubtedly wrote tl03sl bly Sister Theresa herself A clever woman that Thoroughly capable of plucking money from guileless old gentlemen Poor Olivia born for freedom but doomed to a pentup existence with a lot of nuns I resolved to send her a box ot candy someUmo just to annoy her guardians Then my own affairs claimed attention Dotes I asked do you know what Mr Glenarm did with tho plans for this house lie started slightly t should not have noticed It If I had not been so keen for his answer JCo sir 1 cant put my hand upon them sir- Thats all vcrytwell Bates but oui didnt answer my question Do you know where they are Ill put my hand on them If you will kindly tell mo wbeij theyre kept I fear very much Mr Glenarm that they havo been destroyed J tried to find them before you came to tell you the whole truth sir but they must have been put out of the way Thats very Interesting Dates Will you kindly tell me whom you suspect of destroying them The toast again please Ills hand shook as he passed the plateI hardly like to bay sir when its only a suspicion Of course I shouldnt ask you to Incriminate yourself but Ill have to Damn Go Onl insist on my Question Mt n5ay have occurred to you Hates that In a sense In a sense mind ouIm the mast hero Well I shoflld say If press mo that I fear Mr Glenarra your grandfather burned the plans when he loft here the last time I hope you will pardon mo sir for seeming to reflect upon him- Reflect upon the devil What was his idea do you suppose e I think sir If you will pardon + Dont be so fussy I snapped Damn your pardon and go on Ho wanted you to study out the place for yourself sir It was dear to his heart this house He set his heart upon having you enjoy ItI llko the wordgo ahead And I suppose there arc things about It that he wished you to learn for yourself You know them of course and are watching me when Im hot and cold watching mo to see when Im hot and cord like kIds at a childs game Tho fellow turned faced me across the table Mr dlenarra as 1 hope God may be merciful to me in the last judg ment I dont know any more about It than you do Toiwere hero with Mr Gtenarm all the time ho was building the house but you never saw walls built that werenCwhat they appeared to be or doors wade that didnt lead any whereI all my Irony and contempt for ihis arraignment Ho lifted his hand as though making oath As God sees me that Is all true I was here to care for tnotlead masters comfort and not to spy on htm sir And Morgan yjur friend about him- I wish I knew sir- Iwish to the devil you did and I flung out of the room into the 11 braryAt 11 oclock I heard a pounding at the great front door and hates came to announce a caner who was now stamping the snow from his shoes audibly In the outer hall The Reverend Paul Stoddard sir The nhaplaln of St Agathas was a big follow as I had remarked on tM- otc8slon of his Interview with Ollvla- Gladys Armstrong by tho wall Ills light brown hair was closecut hit smooth shaven face was bright With the freshness ot youth Hero was a sturdy young apostlo without frills but with a vigorous grip that left my hand tingling Ills voice was deep and musIcala voice that suggested sincerity and Inspired confidence Im afraid I havent been nolgh borly Mr Glonarm I was called away from homo a few days ago after I hoard of your arrival and J have just got back 1 Mew In yesterday with the snow storm Ho folded his arms easily and looked at mo with cheerful directness as though politely speculating hs to what manner of man I might be It was a fine storm 1 got a great day out of It I said An Indiana snow storm is something I have never experienced before This is my second winter I cameo t hero because I wished to do some reading and thought Id rather do It alono In a university Studious habits are ralhor forced on one out bore I should say In m- own case my course of reading Is all cut out for me The Glonarm collection Is famous the best in tho country easily Mr Glenarm your grandfather was cer tainly an enthusiast I mot him soy eral times though ho was a trifle hard to meetand the clergyman smiled My grandfather hnd his Whims but ho was a fine generous hearted old gentleman I said You havent been on our side of the wall yet Well I promlie not to molest your hidden treasure If youll I bo neighborly and ho laughed met I lily I Your Pardon and you and what and I fear theres a big Joke Involved 11 the hidden treasure 1 replied Im recreaJtlonme whether I was Joking His eyes were steady and earnest The Reverend Paul Stoddard impressed mo more and more agreeably There was a sugges lion of quiet strength about hlm that drew me to him I suppose every one about here thinks of nothing but that Im at Glen arm to earn my inheritance My real djnce hero must lopk pretty sordid from tho outside Mr Glenarms will Is a matter oi record In the county of course But you aro too hard on yourself Its no bodys business If your grandfather wished to visit his whims on you J should say in my own case that I dont consider It any of my tmelnesi what you are here for I didnt come over to annoy you or to pry Into your affairs I get lonely now and the and thought Id liko to establish neigh body relations Thank you I appreciate your corn lag very mticband my heart wirm cd under the manifest kindness of the manAnd I bopslro spoko for the first time with rostralntI hope nothing will prevent your knowing Slslei Theresa and Miss Dcvcreux They are Interesting ani ehartaingelse- oaiywomen about here of your own social statue My liking for him abated pjlghtly Ho might be a detective represent lag the alternative heir for all I knew and poi sbly Sister Theresa was s party to the conspiracy to drive rat awayIn time no doubt in time I shot know them I answered evasively Oh quito as you likeand lu changed tho subject We talked ol many things of outdoor sports wltli which ho showed groat familiarity ol universities of travel and adventure Columbia was his nma aaalcr but Lit had pent two years at Oxford TO MB CONTINUXD CAME UP SIIDDENU rWO TEXAS TOWNS WIPED OFP s MAP BY TWISTER VILLAGES IN ITS PATH WRECKED Many Citizens Unable to Reach Storm Cellars Were Killed and Others Suffer Severe Injury Mt Pleasant Texas May 7A ter rifle cyclone practically destroyed the towns of Rldway and Birthright 40 relics west of here All telephone and telegraph connection with these places is cut oft and details are lacking The killed so far as known uret Mrs Brazil and baby Calvin Tram mel and son Hoy McFall Slepsensoa and wife Sidney L Oakoy and wife Tho Injured reported are Bra sell Crawford Martin J P Con nor lien Pogue skull fractured Mrs Ben Pogue internally Injured Mrs Joe Ferguson scalp wound A telephone message from Sulphur Springs says that many more are In jured but it is Impossible to obtain a complete list Birthright a town of 600 inhabitants was completely wiped oft tho map Great damage Is report ed at Caney a negro settlement and it is believed that many wero killed thereTho storm arose in the southwest and traveled northeast at a terrible rate ot speed demolishing everything In Its path The people In the woke of the storm were taken completely unawares and many were Injured be taro they could take refuge In storm cellars The westbound Cotton Dolt passenger train was Just behind the twister and was saved from destruc tlon by waiting for the storm to pass Houses were demolished for several hundred yards along tho track As soon as news of the storm teach ed Sulphur Springs rescuing parties Including doctors and nurses welnt tothe scene anymore than 1000 pea ple are making every effort to rescue tho Injured Tho Infant of Mrs Drag teM was blown away and no trace 0- 1lit had been foun- dtAt Deport one ot the largest vII In Lamar county 20 miles from the storm paced northeast cutting a path about 100 yards wide The business part ot the town was nol touched tho damage being In the residence portion on tho east side The Baptist parsonage was blown U pieces Its timbers and the furniture scattered over the ground LEFT ALONE By Their Widowed Mother the Thre Children Were Cremated Sault Sto Marie Mich May 7 Three children named Dominique wore burned to death in their homo at fund River Their mother a widow built a big flro In the heating stove and then went to a neighbors house leaving the children alone Neighbors discovered the houso on fro soon afterward but were unable to rescue tho children They ranged from G months to 5 years Revived After Ha Had Been Hanged Ft Worth Tex May 7 Reports received hero from trainmen and negro passengers on the Southern Pacific say that John Armstrong the negro hanged at Columbus Tex Fri day April 19 for wife murder re vived after being placed In the coma and when delivered to his brother at Sealy for burial was given medical attention It Is declared that Armstrong is now living Receives Approval of Governor Albany N Y Slay 7Gov Hughes has approved tho Pago child labor bill desired by the child labor committees ot the consumers league It provided that no minor under IS years of age shall bo employed or bo permitted to work In any factory In this state be fore 8 a m or after 6 p m The pOlo mitted hours are now C a m to 7 p m and a nlne hour day Is permitted The act will not take effect until January 1903 Six Murder Charges South McAleater I T May 7Sixprominent merchants of Durant and Calbert I T were arrested on the charge of loading the mob which lynched Jim Williams a negro at Stcrrott March lO The specific charge of murder has been brought against them Passengei Tran Derailed Kansas City nay 7 Santa Fo pas engor train No 1 which left Chicago for California was derailed at NOr borne Mo Ten persons were Injured severely enough to need the aervicej of a physician Twelve other porsoM were bruised Whole Town burned Warsaw May 7Flro totally de ftroyedthe tqwa of Tyssowce lee tlr province of 111 In Three tBOUMii persons aro homolosa Work of Som cne In dank Kansas City May 7 Officials ef thf National Dank ot Commerce gave it M their opinion that the theft of a hoe containing 8000 from a tellers Cato IB the bank hore last week was the irort of someone In tho bank and sot ai outsider Return at an Advance Pawtucket R I May 7rNoticw ol the grnnt4ng of a 10 per tent Increase to tho 1000 striking uardera at tha J A T thread rillla wits po Ju a mcqUng of tea strikers itraaweti Im tlaly1Ed td return p vori HORTICUL1URE JAPANESE MODE OF GRAFTING In This Method the Scion la Extended to or Below Level of Roots In Japanese grafting tho scion la Incised In nbout tho steno method ai the stock would bo In the ordinary splicegrafting the sharpened head of the stock fitted into Vbei cut In the side of tho scion the Icwcr end of which extends to or below the lovel ot tho stock and the iihlorr well cov ered with waxed clolhland thread If I p u The Japanese Graft JVhen this cutting graft Is planted the free lower end of the scion is able to absorb moisture from tho soil and often to omit roots of Its own at the same time being nourished by He vital connection with tho stock The cut illustrates u Japanese graft rondo by Mr Normand of an oriental wal nut but says Rural New Yorker the method may bo applied to other apse dos and U naturally most useful with varieties that root as cuttings with difficulty whoa planted In the ordinary wayThis cuttinggraft or Japan method Is In particular favor in Australia for the purpose of getting apple varieties locally suitable or Northern Spy or other stocks resistant fi Woolly aphis or American blight nit it is there called Long scions ot Northern Spy arc grafted In tbo manner shown on ordinary apple seedling stocky and carefully planted taking especial pains to firm lice soil about the lower end ot the scion which gon orally throws out roots of Its own titer it has grown a year or two The top Is then budded or grafted to the desired variety and when transplant ed from Uio nursery row tho original stock Is entirely cut away leaving tho tree wholly on Northern Spy or other resistant roots PEACH CULTURE High Land the Best Location for an Orchard The poach although a native of a warm climate has through years of cultivation been hardened until It may now bo grown far north It Is a true which tomes into bearing at tho thirdI year from the bud Propagation footed by seed by budding or by graft Jag budding being tbo most successful and widely practiced method The best site for a peach orchard t1 high land sloping toward the north and the best soil a sandy loan with a gravelly subsoil Peach lands remit be dryu under no conditions will the trees grow In wet soggy land Prepare for planting much tho same way as for the apple planting tho trees in spring one rod apart each way If special earn is taken twayeat old trees can bo used bet the best are one year medium size four feet high The preach requires very severe pruning sajrs Fanners Review The first year cut off all branches leaving poly ono bud at the base oeech ranch and head tho trees back to about two and onehalf feet The sec ond and third years pruno to a round or oval shape and every year after cut put onefourth to onefifth of the wood Thin tho trait tho same as the apple and begin picking as soon U ho peaches part readily from the stem It pray bo necessary to make three to five pickings during tho spawn Persistent Spraying Begin early to spray and keep It up till the fruit la nearly ready to ripen Do not confine the applications to tho Bomber usually advised In the spray Slag calendars but vpruy as ottcn as there aro rains te wash the aulutloas tom the trees I THE POTATO QUESTION Good Ground Good Seed and Good Cut tlvatlon Are Esseritlaf 1 From my experience In the raising of potatoes it seems to mo there are threo things to be especially consid ered these are good ground good seed potatoes and good caro of tho land writes an Iowa correspondent of the Northwestern Agriculturist First we will consider the ground Plow early In the fall or In August If possible not shallow but middling deep Oats land Is preferred for this reason and 1 have found It to produce thA mealiest potatoes Wheat and corn laud will give tho tubers which ate glossy anti hard but those raised on oata land are of tho nicest quality for homo and market use Disk throe times In the spring so tho land will be loose and plant Immediately after small grain or in tho first part of May Planting later will give tho bugs n ehaneo but by putting the seed In early tho plant will bo getting tough by the time tho bugs begin their work and they do not caro for tough leaves In Into planting also the plaat Is young and tender and tho seed will not ba as largo nor healthy Selection of the seed I have como to ono conclusion that Is use the bOIL seed to bo bought Plant none that Is small or unhealthy Select your seed potatoes as you do your corn t7ae only those that are round and smooth and that have shallow eyes About tho size ot an egg Is my favorite or a little smaller will do Cut tho heads off Just enough to kill the sprouts so closely connected as two or three eyes aro sufficient for a good bill Cut them about three weeks before planting them so the part that was cut can dry up It planted Immediately after nv Ing cut tho ground will draw onethird ot the substances from the potato sad It will not have nourishment enough to produce a healthy tuber Taking caro of tho land as It should be dono It must bo kept clean Drag It twice alter planting It can stand a good dragging after the plants are up say a couple ot Inches lint dont drag In the morning when the dew is on the plants because they will break and their growth will bo retarded for at least two weeks flight alter dinner when they are good and dry U the best timeA common corn cultivator U sutn olonl to do the work nut you should plow at least six times and run through with the hoc Inniedlatvly after lion it wise and this with the plowing will leave tho land nice and clean for gain orIng the potatoes In thp fall If I can answer any further questions concern trig the potato buiineM I will be glad to do so- STOCK SOLUTION OF BORDEAUX Some Suggestions as to Methods of Preparing thi Spraying Mixture Concentrated stock solutions of copper sulphate ono pound to each gallon water dissolved by suspending in sacks at surface of Wator aro often timed also n stock dome wash of a creamy conjlstonoy which will keep all seasons If kept covered with a lit tie clear water The 6450 Bordeaux Is generally recommended for potatoes which means live pounds copper sulphate1 five pounds of stone limo to CuBO stlonfor Strainer DOle CO gallons ofwater To prepare SO gallons of Bordeaux fnlxturo as per above formula fill a CDgallon cask tiirecnuartors full of water add ire gallons ot the copper kulphuta solu lion and stir In enough of tho limit wash to equal five pounds of stone limo Stir well when adding the lime and thon test a little of the mix turo In a saucer or can with a tow drops of ten per cent solution of yel low prusslato of potash If It shows a red brown color unto must be added until pct no color from the t t- It Is jost to have a slight excess ofJlimo than a deficiency As nozzles ot- a irtullcr capacity than generally ed for orchard work are best groat care should ho used la straining tlio Dot deaux A strainer Is made soma what after stylo et tho diagram the size of mesh being the same as bio diameter of opening of nozzles An Inverted Vshapvd strainer wilt strata mixtures that it would be Impossible tIJ get through a strainer with a fa horizontal sieve Onequarter to Me bait pound et Paris green or Its equivalent In coraq other toms of pet son should Wadded to W causeset iBordeaux wieR potato bugs threaten Commence s raying yvken pette vtee aro six Indies high and repeat aVxtt every teu day- sOwith Nkratp aaf Soda n many cases any plants that haver becomo sickly looking can by the aid of n fuw doses of ultrato ot soda ba quickly brought to a good state ot health again but being very powerful In Its actions must bo used In small quantities a piece about the size of a marble being largo enough for n 12 Inch potThln fertilizer has also tho oftfct of forcing plants on much more Vlckly than outer manures add Is therefore valuable for assisting thos9 t that are aatliral1r of ss stQW grevith nare ItPaysto 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 SHERWlNIIIWAMS PAINT ron PAINTING DUILDINQB OUTSIDE AND II4OIOC pays in the beginning because It goes so farpays in the end because it lasts so long and looks so well as paintlikeeconomy and satIsfactionItag UI P0n I COLOR CARDS The Porter Drug Co me0flmuT D oororooGoooeeoroeoooO edroooo0oeoeoeoroeooo Vicinityoo 0- I o 0 i GATflBBD PROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I ororooarooroornoooirorororprororeoeorooroR II- hRe Mm Jnnw wA Mm CntWlelttar Jar rut la s Res atock of fnoda Mr Fftwk J MM ta teTtM a elwl airsJ K nl r wrr IB fttehnv4M- VMIIM Nurmio Man ta town avr fttttultyMm Km HroKk nf Qnrbln Ky Is TlnlMnK hr prenta Mr end Mrs J i WPwru Mt hllb AtOM Men oallwl to- Itkhatai Sturdy by die dmlk or h r nji w Willie Minh Nut Mlrtt ll Moss to town ih hat IofhI wslr lltirs N annk Bed Mry Rnhle- rrnsiestaid few ycmnff folk at their kome on Crater ellllt hilt Tburiay evssJlts II m to Mr and Mm O M aivro a rtttt hob IIM TlHinMkiy Mr J W IfonMlfM Win nblr in b- In town Imi ftunrtkiy Mrs 1 ihi Mitqlirll II W Miiurdiy ah raao with IHtr Mnther Mrs ruin Uty IH ewi Mrs Altwley wer vlnlort la Rr und bat Thlwrday 1Mlasey Mary sad Nom WIJnoj wore lnvft1d one fn tkr mippDr with Mar Cite KrMiy nigh Jane fowltr of Cnrblll Ky ta nv k- Ing an oxi iHi I till wlih his pir i tw a Mr and Mr J W Mewl r Mr TVm mnttmr o Dr Thom tan wiwro ih hu born vlablnn for a fw wi kn ttt Friday Horn wth Mes O rxi It fr tiN norlli MfI Thow WKI gloss to MndlNn Ate and Mtaa CkuMktt JOla to Inte to ty for IIotU1II time Ivlhatle are Olaf to the grtrlllellsg vxrrlr of ILttnlKlW College lAx inwon ICy MhM IIUAi W leh of B- eru U OM of tlrii yrala Clad which erwhtatra Ito Mny eenL Utrt Krtdiy and ftdiirdny thr Cel Inge Irmting I i aantanl The cUrt rrxY4t1 to tiwlr sew nxmy qwur trs In the dada tIn nf the Bruce T lllttlrnr the strtt nn l north w At of their former lttulI Tbta ie hny will be IChd to wtlctxn ohl Ir4nll Tln Dlolrlct Nunilny elaI CimvriUlon The 9uwbiy School Omrantton mat 1 Oliver Crk aittndiy they 4tit Uov llwie BmUii IVB the oiMsnlni adilrew Olhrr f iH kore wero Rev Amos Stout and our Zupedntondent- There were one hundred and fifteen SuntoyBclMMl workers prwMnl which INS very grtMlfytnc the onjioflntcnd wit whu sit 1 It WHS tho tarw l num ber ire hUll ever got togothor He hna been fluporintondont In this county fur thm yoara The ladles of Silver Creek had prciwrwl a Roil ginerouB fcaot which bvory one onoy l Q8 heartily a uiy inrtof tfaoproyiaiii Dinner was l followed by epcochta from Mr llloli of Ft Bslin Mr Von Wlnklo and Mbs Fox Mns Flancry ortdh1r bailey Stmyod or stplen tram our lot on Prospect Htroot ti dark rOil heifer yearling with horns Finder will be ro warded b returning toT U HAYS STUDENTS 1SI 00 a mOfn Buffet hcatim Sell the moit MdoHTO moo nf trnnn parent hnndh knifes em maentiPc t Name anti pddre4 on ODe Iidel or otbtr eratlom on the other 611trodqlod bpano and aplece Illarxl rrineof the- be4M eoel Wr110 roUAY for our Mo Citkn Cs Dctt 0 159 foW JtCNcnoM q HAD GOOD EFFECT Governor Gillette Warning to San Francisco People Was Heeded San FranaJeco Mny 10I7fty treateani were operated Sunday from 10 oclock In the morning until 6 oVtook in the rmtQR over two of the twentyodd llnoa composing tho United Rallrds system Per the ant time Btnc UM OOBtnGIment of tho utrike but Hunter sere were run to the ter rIM About MOM pnufngtra a ma joflty ot them women patronized tho 8 rrle x- Ttooro true very little disorder dui IMF tHe iay in coffipnrlcon with the flro day prevhrns TteuMuidA of per sea orMmtly retarded the publlihed iajanwUoM end prlrete warnings und remained iodoora for tho Sunday crowds wero mueh smaller than usual UwjuetttlonaUly the firm stand token by Governor Otllott when ho nn nounsd that he would judge the San FrftMlMo ellatUon by the oats of tho people aad would not hosltate a mo BMMt to call out Ute raUltla If rioting aboeild bit ocatlntwd hl a sobering egsot on handroda of troublemakers whose axle of vlohsoe made the hla I tory of tU past wek a diigraoeful sad bloody oecMloe At Others Sew Him The nrttot poatnwml M atrange talent It tiw to lerfct a race M It will look after the year here none by And made It oM At dinner with him Mt a than oM enottgfa in nil eooavlcace and un IxNiHttful The artist at once busted bluMttlf with drawing n sketch of him KUleli ao ezaggurat lite age and ugh W M that UM lip of the old man trom Wed at the tight of It and n tear mao to lilt eye A woman who pat at tho aMe table took punch mill paper and Ltdftn to draw not tho old matt but the artist who though young woo finite HS tntbeautlful she fntlilonctl the UHoron liRe ot his profile tho email crooked noso tho unstolilo chin tlte highs bnltl foroliond the fringe of heir around the edge of the oaldncfw the nock the collar null handed It to tittnThe likeness is perfect cried the pthsr Wo didnt know you could draw Wljon did you learn anti how- I cant PBinoniber whoa I learned or lOW I have ilmwn ao long mtil site but aa aho mw tho chagrin of Uw nrtkit I loom to have boon educated in mitt for tho triumph of tula mo mootNcw York Press Colors In Fruit It Is known that ripening fruits ah Orb grwttor or lessor quantities of OSJIUMI nod Rive oil cartxmlo add that n cormiu portion of the lllier Is con verted into sugar crud nnollior portion into water nod that tho coloring pros aw depends much on the supply of Runslilna whllo this chemical action Is taking place Rut exactly why the out or membranes of fruits tako on n pool tive color why ono plum la bluo and another red why ono npjtlo Is roth nod another In yellow is n question which scientists havo hover yet ngr cd upon I onilon Telegraph I have an Invention rowdy to intent which la so simple and useful that It ought to wake rv fortune I wiuit Dome ono to take a part Intercat In It and help patent andimmubictura It A 0 HAUT Boron ICy Houses and hardens for Rent Call ou 0 D Ilolliaay ni the Boron Bank and Trust Company The special combination ipio of Tho Citizen new or renewal and the Louisville Herald iktlly for one year for 200 expires May 20lh Thos who wish to have n WIly paper In their homes will do well to subscribe immediately osooeoroooooooioero 3 College Items Io 0 oHERB AND THE- REooroooooooroooo i Dr Oowloy delivered the regular Monday lecture to Upper Clm cl on TiibBrculoslf and Mrs J A It Ito era read a story to the students of Lower Chapel Miss May Harrison led Y W C A Sunday night inking for her mibject Watch and pray that yo outer not Into temptation Mr Carl Hunt who bins been attend Ing school at Ada returned ycotordny J M Colin who was a atudent In Herea In 1903 Is now with his brother editor of the Sandy Valley Courier nt Louisa ICy S It Durchott who was In Derm In 1D01 was recently married to lib- lIals of Bnst Point Ky Mr Bur iehett owns 200 acres of finu Windy Valley bottom land and Is ono of the most prosperous farmers of that ro gionProf and Mrs Dodge BO this week to LnulBvllU to attend tho State 0 A It Knccunpment Mr and Mrs ramble attended the State Oratorioal Contest at Winches ter Friday night where Mr Gamble wsted is one of the Judsts The content was held In the beautiful chapel of the Kentucky Wesloyan Collego Tile other judges wrro Judge Will ol ML Sterling and Cal Gather of Har rodiburg Mr Italia Iloffmnn led the Y M C A meeting Sunday night Pint names family are about o movo Into their new homo on Rich mond street ItUo a Mlniclc- Tlio ago of miracles has gone de dared tho cynic No It hnsnr sold the woman My husband told me this morning that ho noticed I was wearing last Bensons hat and gave mo money to buy a new one Haltimoro American Ilrrrdltr Oh hubby dear what do you think aro the first words our baby will sargurgled Mrs Matron Well If she takes niter you they will probably bo Tills Is n nice tlmo to conic home II said the brute 1ortland Telegraph1ery Slach Happier A boy reading the verse And those who live In cottngoo are happier than throe who sit on thrones startled the crowd by reading thus And those who live In cottages are happier than those who sit on thorns Iluiunn Kntnrr That fellow Bplnka has excellent judgmentWhat makes yon thInk sor Why er hes always asking my opinion about things Louisville Con rierJournal Alaskas canned salmon output Is es timated this year at 10000000 expectation of Life Prom statistics of insurance compa nice It would appear that if n boy lives until ho Is 10 years of ago ho may reasonably expect to live 00 years longer At 15 bo may expect to Uvo 40il years At 20 40 years at 25 800 years nt 00 859 years at B5 826 years ut 40 280 years at 15 3M8 years at CO 212 years at 53 178 years at GO 145 years at 03 110 years at 70 0 years at 75 OS years at 60 48 years at 65 34 years at 00 22 years Girls of 10 may expect to live 48 yearn From this time until they nro 40 their expectations are a little less than those of a man From 40 to 03 n woman has a llttlo better chance than a man and at 53 both may expect to llvo 1015 years Then her chances diminish moro rapidly than a mans until at 00 she may ex poet to live only 185 yore longer Uxclmngo A Harem Dinner It was my first harem dinner said tho laity missionary Wo sat on tho floor nt n round table n foot high Servants cased us down Into our scats and lifted us up again after the meal was over I asked the blessing Each course was served In ono great dish anti wo helped ourselves with oqr fin gers tho first two fingers of the right hand Since I was their guest tho cmlls wives continually selected till bits soul pressed them daintily between my lips with finger nnd thumb To refuse would have been rude I gulped tho tidbits down Tho dish t remember was n lamb roasted whole Innldo the lateb was n turkey Inside the turkey was n chicken inside the chicken was n pigeon InsUlo tho pigeon was n quail and Inside tho quail WOlf a becnflc Tho ocaflc tattles like a reed bird It in so small you swallow It hood bones and all In ouo mouthful Wrapping Papers For the Mall Next tlino you nro ready to mall ei ther magazines or papers try wrap ping them this wilY Stretch a cord along tho length of tho folded article to bo wrapped then roll as usual The ends of tho string will now bo loft dangling from tbo bundle When the sealing and directing have been done bring the two ends of the cord togeth er cross and pass onco or twlco around tho imckogo and finally tie thorn carefully Thus fastened all sorts of bun mallsI dung I We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from Impure blood thin blood debility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows Ittoo AskhimaboutitT- od moil look well after the condition of your llrtr and boweli Unless there U daily olonof tbo boweU poUonoui products are- absorbedaadmtheadache bllloenesanau SOS drape end thus jirerf the B spatllls Item work 100 are 1ellfentlr all liITile dote l oelyUone pill at bedtime oxs J U Ayer Co Irfnrall XUIIIAlto nuuteotnnri of JeTSIlAHt YLOR CUll PECTORAL TRAIN ROBBERS TAKEN Mere Boys Whoee Nerve Failed Them After Killing Engineer Butto Mont May 8A North Coast Limited eastbound train on tho Northern Pacific runway was held up by two masked men near Welchs spur a siding eighteen miles east ot Duttc Janice Clow tho engineer was shot end Billed and James Sullivan fireman liras shot through tho arm Without making any attempt to blowup the express oar as was tho evi dent Intention tho robbers jumped from cio engine and ran down tho mountain side disappearing In a gulch several hundred yards from tho track They wore later arrested at Basin a tow miles tram Woodvlllo where they caught tJbo train They aro moro youths Special Venire Responds noise Idaho May 13v Tho sunfmon lag of the special venire of talesmen in tho Haywood case woo finally com pleted this rooming and tho 100 men who bavo been called by Sheriff Shad podgtq njvpontod themselves In Judgo Woods court at 3 oclock this after Goon when the Case was rceu1td- Ouasl oxreotatlon t8 that not moro theft two ot tfeo regular venlro already oxamlnrd will fco retained In tho jury box end that the bulk of tho Jury will Como from tho new quota MBkteg tho DirtFly WashlngtoQ May S Noarost yet to the lOa qC i000000 oublo yards of ejcaraUoa per month to tho digging of ftw PAnamft canal was tho accom pttohinot Ruder Colonel Ooethala- d1neCmast is April according to a ca rpott torn the engineer in- cbrgo For tho month mentioned tho ctctyttoa to Culpbra out amounted to 610011 cublo farie and at tho GttI1D Io6t sir to 108000 Cublo yards ate Brewery Achowledgee Defeat toDO Koo May eTho Anhou eel+ Dtctl Growing osioclatlou has filed rte aotwcr b tho supreme court ooofeBrtns ntfgtnefit In ooatere offer rno to TJfhdtoa from the state And ply Oil UM costs in tho action The company oaks that no rocolvpr bo ap pointed tor Its property la this ctllto- onl tarts tho injunction Bteurtlnj ngalnct tW company ba modified to Qormlt tt to withdrew all its property A Party pays State KonsM City May 18 T 0 Web eter who WM taken from an east hound trek hero on April 2 uncon erioHft Hd removed to the city boa pttal kite slept Qonstantly for tho past forty days end lo etlll asleep Physi dens ear fee to euffcrlns from acute njeloncholla Wcbotcr Is sixty years old Uo waa traveling from Horseshoe Deed Idabo to Ooineavlllc Ga Ninety MInfe Lose Their Lives Otty ot kteiico tiny 18 Ninety moa loct their Uvce tn a fire In tho tcnttreo ooMer mine at Vclardcna In Uxi etttB of uurango Tho fIro is still ragtag and U sa4d to bo beyond con trot ThlrtyUvQ bodies havo peen re covered up to thle Ume The burning mine belejue to tho Quxgonhelm Inter Data An npQftttar Measure Iwjilati Nay 8i Tho United King dlgcstbidecmAllcat note ot enthuelaem for tho propoa 4oc oclj Ace been hoard In ass Quarter Tho proposed measure to rec gnt e4 to be a fainthearted at ecu 5 to fe4oeat campaign promises Mtr st Muoh Attention Qohj bf ON May 19No political gattartafl bake to this state in many moi the MA esKdtod BO much Interest W SASS of the iotat meeting of tho ft6frablk Q elate central Red atato ex ccotlTO oomnlttM te bo held at Col n bile oo Wed of tide week Pliwd fee Using Red Crow ladtenapoMa May 7Dr Hoary O Wells a phyakteg of Fort Wayne pieaded wllty Is the fedora court tot chafte of havlaf Wed tho insignia of die Aawrtcaa KMooal Red Croon tot BtlvUllog pvrpoMA and was teed Mfi Mto eoett- KIMM City Ma May 9Fio hero late x 8t FdAy ofteraoaa destroyed tho fjkT + ory tWrerslty building at tho sorUwwt corner of l emt and Ninth lItTeete fttieteg K property loss Celt Rfttad lit a quarter pf a million dol laM OM We was loat dLY kOJ ioIGROCERIESIGOODS iTOANY PLACE IN TOWN 1 ti- o Golden Oralfl Patent Four per sack 55c o It Best Granulated Sugar per b = 050 5f o Best Canned Corn per can o5c yr II AGENT FOR g NAVEN LAUNDRY o kokokoPO OtokokOKOkarlok r are full line for men at 400 LADY for ladles at 300 and 350 for boys and girls to Invite you to visit us that new pair of and see our line KY KENTUCKY Told Information Concerning of tt Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A Men Are Found Retailed the Happening of the Larft Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Kentucky Henderson Ky May 18Near Leeds Ky Saturday night Thomas Horn was killed by James Campbell and tho was arrested and brought hero and placed in jail The men attended a dance and It Is said Horn stepped on tho skirt ot Camp bells girl and ho was invited outside where ho was hft over tho head with a blackjack by Campbell and killed CALL TO TRY HARGIS Officer Summon 300 Special Venire men From Scott County Lexington Ky May 10 Officers from this county were sent to Scott county to secure 300 special vcnlronwn from whom to select tho Jury to try Judgo James Hargla on a charge of conspiring to murder James Cockrill during tho Drcathltt county feud trou bles The and defense havo summoned their Thero Bro about twontyflvo on each Hargls will bo ttried separately from his two brothers Alexander and Elbert Jlargls and Ed Callahan who Bro charged with tho same crime It la believed that tho latter defendants will also demand separata trials Tho trial of Judge Hargla and others at Sandy Hook Elliott county for tho murder of Dr D D Cox will bo con tinned as tho present trial will run nearly to May 28 the of tho Sandy Hook trial OLD FEUD REOPENED The Greene and the Howard at It Again Down on Sugar Creek Mlddlcsboro Ky May 81n n pitched battle on Sugar crook this county John Howard and Martin Green wore killed and Eleanor Howard Is said to havobccn fatally hoL Jim and Goorgo Green were also badly wounded Tho fight was tho result of an old John Howard lived in Clay county and is relative of Jim Howard under conviction for the bur a J B RichardsonoeLOk- okokokokokokokakokokokoM f I LOOK firfa LABEL pocketand I policyIts I quality I When you see KANTBEI BEAT on a garment you I l it Is O K t braced inside collars made shoulders built up properly and clothshrunk before I y The makers stand behind every garment branded KANT BEBEAT We claim this clothing Is su to socalled tailor receiving a of SKREEMHR SHOES WE AMERICAN SHOES SECURITY SHOES at prices please We when thinking of Yoursrespectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO FURNISHERS HEWS OF Ytrttey Matters Current Interest NUTSHELL Accurately Throughout murderer instantly JURORS prosecution witnesses sldoJudge date feud a thats know Pockets right cutting perior made Oxfords BEREA der of Governor GboboIT Tho Sugar crook fight was between tho Greens and Howards and will prob ably reopen a bloody feud In the moun titian of this county All tho men am widely connected Eleanor Howard who was shot is said to bo In a dynr condition George Howard brother of John Howard who was killed was also shot and Will probably die JohnLHoward was visiting his brother tho fight occurred Martin Green la said to have shot the Howards Fe l- Ing runs high throughout the southern part of the oounty r TRAINS FATAL PLUNGE Bridge Gave Way and Care Fell Into Creek Fifty Feet Below Flomlngsburg Ky May lITwo are dead two others aro fatally In jured and ten are sortously Injured as the result of an enclno and two coaches breaking through a double decked trestle on tho Cincinnati Flem Ingsburg Southeast railway two miles from hero falling fifty feet tottho creek below Tho dead Harry Thomas Cincinnati unknown laborer Fatally In jured Clarence Drowning engineer F1emlng burg Miss Amelia Snod Grass Covington Ky TAKEN BY SURPRISE Derbyltec See q 15to1 Shot Lope In i Easy Winner Louisville Ky May 7 Moving 1 a spent and reeling field with an easeIwhich his clumsy lumbering did not indicate Pink Star 15 to 1htho longestpriced horse in the ittiti = won tho thirtythird Kentucky Derby I by two lengths from Zal with Ore l lando In third position a length and a halt away Tho rnco was run over a track almost fetlock deep In mud and tho time 212 36 was tho slowest In tho history of tho race Over 30000 people saw the raco run George H Smith Dead Wheeling W Va May 10 GeorRp H Smith tho veteran raco track trainer and driver for tho past thirty years died at Stcubenvlllo 0 lout night Ho was tho only known driver I who carried a bible with him on tho circuit A coincidence was tho fact that a long standing BUePenc lon against him was lifted yesterday at Now York by tho National Trotting association Smith had not received tho nows Paris Hastens to Deny t Paris May ITho report circulated qn tho continonetaut King Edwardlwhile hero 1cllled Iproviding for thoijlransfor of British maritime Qommarca to tho Frtnrh flag In tho ovontOf war between Great Britain and Germany Is pronounced to be absolutely untrue tf- S The Citizen A fall newseipsr for all that Is r fhi true and Interastlnf Published every Thursday ft Bere Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Alksrt Cook Ph D Editor and Mjt Subscription Rates PAVABLU IN ADVANCH Boa Teat eta- ak Monthi Cic tarn oaths Y send money rotlofnct or Jtxllft Monty Order Drift KcgUlcitd IttUr or cue toil two Nampa rte date after ou nose on label how tc- wkat date your iibxrlptton la paid If it U not ctsaJtd within three weeks after renewal soltfy us Ululni nnmbet will t c gladly mpplled 11ww aollliteS Fine Premium Riven for new iiilxcrlptloni sal prompt renewal Send for Premium 11st liberal term given to any who obtain new- aabsetlptiousfor us Any one fou- rart IUMcrlftlonl can recieve The t itIten Inc hlmielf for one year Advertising rates ou application MVMIICB OP KENTUCKY PUKSS ASJOflATlOW Does golf destroy friendship asks a correspondent of a London pa per Wo dont pretend to speak as an authority but bridge does somo times Since humanitarian feelings forbid tho wearing of dead birds and artifi dal flowers have been discovered to be germ bearers the fruit garden effects are about nil that women have left for their bats- Emperorr Francis Joseph has to wash the feet of 12 old men once a year In order to hold his job It is safe to bet though that the feet have been scrubbed and sandpapered before lie gets to them The nucleus of a Mlssonrl million alres fortune was JBO loaned him by his wife Tho trouble with most men is that when they borrow from theli wives they are really getting money from themselves a If all the Chinamen in this country who claim to be native bore are truth ful every Chinese woman in tho United States must have been tho mother of 38 children The heathen Chlnee continues to bo peculiar It England and Spain are becoming allies its nothing new That was quite the normal state of things in the time of Napoleon The two coun tries have been good friends nt least outwardly for a century and more Ap important percentage of Eng lands great trado In cotton goods with India Is made up of dhootles which are ornamented shirtings Any paragraphor who wants to make a lit tIe lost about dhootlos and duties Is welcome to the opportunity tJae will of an Edlnburg man who Ias left 25000 to his servant Fennel Munro in recognition of her un wearied attention to himself and his family Is evidence that there are ex captions to what has como to be re garded as a rule It has been asserted that there are 40 fortunes of more than 60000000 each in the Pittsburg district based on coal and Iron development Wheth er this be correct or not there are cer tainly a great many fortunes running from 5000000 and 10000000 on up to 100000000 each and then there fs Mr Carnegies of 300000000 or 5100000000 Talk Is not always cheap A man in New York fined for being found in an opium den had to pay ten dollars extra for a single foreign muttered word which word meant that io hoped the court would drop dead Insulting tho dignity of the law Is u luxury which those who wish to Indulge in must pay for and even take a risk on the enjoyment The Chinese who Invented almost everything before anybody else heard of it claim to be tho original discoverers of the process of sugar making and It Is said that sugar was used In China as long ago as 3000 years This Is misty but the fact Is well established that It was manufactured In China under the Tsln dynasty 200 years at least before tho Christian era began The prince of Wales possesses an expert knowledge of tho various aero planes and their mechanism ills royal highness was always of a me chanical turn of mind and In another sphere of life would probably have made a name as an inventor Ho Is remarkably clever with tools of every description and has already impart ed a good deal of his knowledge to his eldest sons Dr Edward Everett Hale says he doesnt believe in long sermons Perhaps some clergymen aro a little too conscientious about giving good measure A gift of 300000 has been offered to Yale if the university will raise 1700000 more Somebody must think Yale has an almost insatiable craving for money- Zugllshrnan complains tbat be fxmldat Janythhig to eat In Can ala altbeugli of course it never truck liJMtogo to Sandwich Out t L s iriwtith IHjtdf tlle lfmtwt0 Ehttos cur Ifrstm By MRS flLICE PARKER LESSER President Pentagon Club The Club of Professional Womeo IT nHE womans club of toilny is very different in spirit and or ganization from what it was in the beginning It began of course ns n movement directed toward the individual better mcnt of club members Today it has so boardencd nml di vrrsilud its interests and purposes that it has quite subordi fluted this original design to tho larger miNion of effort for all mankindIt k how rapid nnd widespread tins boon the new organization of the womans club movement It line coma to be a gigantic system of state and national federation and its influence in many directions in public affairs must have constantly increasing strength In such matters as pure food and child labor legis lation for example the power of the womans club as a moral influence has been distinctly felt The womans club therefore bas taught women organizationof the kind that is required to aepmplish things in real life and if it hail done nothing else its uiofuliiess would bo appreciated But it has done many othor things One effect of its development has been tho growth of n spirit of tol erance particularly of religious tolerance among women Women natur allytvero slower titan mon to put aside this kind of intolerance which existed not only between Catholics and Protestants but between the members of the different Protestant denominations Time was whoa parsons separated by religious beliefs woro separated socially as well and Univqrsalists could not call on Presbyterians or Congregationalists or TTnitarians and soon The womans club has eliminated most of this spirit It has done much also iowanl the elimination of small gossip The clubwomans interest liar ten developed in things rather than in persons in movements rather than in men and women ns individuals and thus the discussion of trivial personalities has been superseded by that of milt ters of common and universal human interest The womans club has taught women to ignore the merely conventional demands of socials which is always so great a bore whoro persons without interest in ono another are brought together under wholly arti ficial conditions For this kind of society tho clubwoman has substituted tho real social enjoyment of meeting and greeting persons of similar tastes and sympathetic ideas Indeed the womans club is responsible for tho wider and deeper cultivation of the noblest of womans qualities which is sympathy Con tact with agreat variety of types lens developed far broader views of life titan women can have whoso circle of acquaintance includes but one or two types and those of a strictly conventional nature Through the interchange of ideas concerning the art and difficulties of housekeeping the clubwomen lave boon tliureel pioneers in the effort to raise domestic drugory to tho dignity and usefulness of a scicnco All thego things can be enid tru1of tholatterday clubwoman and many moro might be said which may be loft to others intoreal 1n special activities and ideals of the womans club movement uIL uutft111 fur of Immait tatt By MAJ CHAS E WOODRUFF Army Surgeon Gods sunlight has credit for more false merits than any other of tho many superstitions to which men have fallen victims We recognize the fact that it kills bac teria but we ignorantly fail to reflect it has just as fatal an effect on tho protoplasm which composes tho human system Cods sunlight is pro ducing neurasthenia and cardiac feebleness and anaemia is promoting tuberculosis and increasing insanity and suicide every tiny not only in the tropics but more in New York Gods cloudiness wherever it is found the shade of dark houses and trees and awnings is promoting health sanity and long life Most of the United States lies south of the latitude of Constanti nople Part pf it as far south as Xubia XCYork is no farther from the equator than is Rome People of southern Europe lire flooding Amer ica Armenians Hungarians Slavers and Italians for the climate is precisely suited to them They will flourish Scandinavians are too fax south in Minnesota and are degenerating The Englishmen could net maintain himself in New England and already has been replace d by the Frenchman It isnt a matter of heat at all but of light Unless he abandons this nonsense about Gods sunshine and arti ficially provides himself with defense against light his dangerous enemy tine blond man wino lacks n natural defense against it evolved in centu tea of existence on the shores of tine Mediterranean will perish iEugltil p akit1gt- 11 11t1Inrat By PROF BRANDER MATTHEWS The spelling+ of the English language is the worst of all modern civ ilized languages anti is so because it is not aim plified A more simplified method of spelling many English words should be adopted As warrant for this the advances in this line mdde by the Germans and French nary Jx cited The Spaniards and Italians have an almost complete phonetic spelling Tine English language is the best fitted of all to become a universal language Thomore simplified the spelling of a word the more readily will it be received by persons speaking other tonguesWe hove been accused of advocating phonetic spelling This is not true We advocate simplified spelling and do not want any misfit spelling Phonetic reform is impossible at present Many leading lexicographers and linguists may be cited who have adopted the simplified spelling and its adoption has been coming gradually Sato pros lice and the growth will continue gradually MONEY WELL SPENT HAVE TARIFF BENEFITS SEED BOUGHT AND PAID FORT estimated by the Tangible Value of Those Benefits the Workfnnmen the Farmers and the Manufacturers Should Have Paid Congress Count less Billions of Dollars For n newspaper which Is believed to have knowledge of concrete bene fits accruing from a liberal distribu tion In American literary circles of the loftover fund of the Cobden club It Is quite natural to infer as a matter of courso that the concrete bene fits of protection in the United States have been bought and paid for Argu ment by analogy leads the Now York Evening Post to this conclusion The sum remaining In the treasury when the Cobden club wont out of btulnew soma years ago money contributed by Uritlsh manufacturers and ship owners to aid In extending the free trade propaganda throughout the world la said to have been = 500000 Much of this money Is believed to have found its way to the bank ac counts of various and sundry American free trado newspapers and writers Some of It may have swelled the free trade campaign fuud of 1S92 We are not permitted to know the exact facts and details of these disbursements but It U reasonable to suppose that when foreign Interests were conserved at the expense of American Interests foreign money was on tap to pay for labor performed and benefits received So U Is altogether natural for the Evening Post to infer along with Mss Tarbell and other superior thinkers that when congress has adopted tariff schedules designed to Insure benefits to American producing Interests those interests have paid money to congress for doing It Here again precise foots and details seem to be lacking but It the Cobden fund contributors could afford to spend 800000 to smash protection In the United States certainly our own producing interests could afford to spond many llamas 800000 to keep protection Estimated according to the ratio of benefits they eould afford to pay congress 5000000000 Grover Clevelands election In 1S92 cot the country more than double 8000000 000 and the election of William Mo KJnley in 189C has been worth to the country much more than 8000600 000 The sum which American producing Interests emulating the example of the Cobdon club might have paid out In purchasing protective tariff logs lation from congress staggers the pagination Then there remains to be considered the enormous addition- to the corruption fund of protection lam which might hue cone from the wage earners of the country They too have been the bensflelaries of tariff legislation to the extent of sev oral blllkms of dollars In the past tea years Have they too chipped tar Xo we dont suppose the Evening Post would go so far as to assort that The wage earners have contributed in other ways They together with their coUmeflcIarlos the farmers of the United States have contributed the votes at tho polls whereby tho party of protection has been kept in control of national legislation lor almost all of 60 consecutive years Was this contribution of vote by wage earners and farmers a cor rupting element In our politics 1 Many of our free trade purists think so They often tell ua that it Is Immoral for any citizen to vote according to Ills own personal Interest But they invariably spoil this beautiful doctrine by asserting that everybody would be much better off with Tree trade and that everybody should therefore vote for free trade Higher criticism in economics has many troubles A Delay That Is Not Dangerous Another revulsion In business must occur before it will bo popular to talk about reduction of the tariff although the advantages to be gained by such a reduction are seen plainly enough by alt the thoughtful men Such an interruption In industrial activity and In what Is called prosperity is unlike ly to take place until after 1908 Per haps It may bo possible to conduct the presidential campaign of 1912 on the tariff reform issue Hartford Times There is In this as It seems to us more than the average wisdom die played by Democratic newspapers when dealing with the tariff question certnlnly far more astuteness than Is exhibited by Mr Cleveland In urging that tariff reform be made the para mount Issue of tho Democratic party In 1908 Revulsion In business will come soon after the Republican party undertakes tariff revision downward Then will It be possible for the Democrats to conduct the presidential cam paign on the tariff reform issue And with an excellent chance of sue cess too Time Times Is rIght The Democrats will fare better It they stand back awhile and give tho Re publics party a chance td burn Its fingers with tariff reduction An Awkward Situation Germany Is chiefly desirous of sell Ing to us lien sugar her chemicals and a long list of manufactured articles She takes from us a large amount of raw cotton sad considerable pig iron which she does not tax Rut the application of her maximum tariff could put stiff duties on many of our foodstuffs and that Is where the shoe would pinch om this side of the water and it would also hurt Germany by raisins tho price of food Buffalo Courier WE SHALL HOLD OUR OWN So Long as We Cling to the Policy That Brought Prosperity The tariff does not seem to serf oUsly Interfere with our foreign trade In 1900 our imports were 82901933 In 1905 they amounted to 1179444 B60 and Increased last year to 1321 OCt cn Tho exports grew In about tho same proportion from 1447949606 In 1900 to 1620990795 In 1905 ntul 1798179965 last year Of tho eV putts 42 per cent were manufac tuned goods It will be noticed that the balance of trade amounted to about the same for 1900 as for 1906 but was nearly a thlnl low than for 1900 As It IB estimated that Americans spend over 200000000 each year In foreign travel and as much more goon to foreigners for ocean freights It ts not hard to ilguro when the profit from this Immense International trade goesTho foregoing Interesting bit of in formation from tho Duluth News Tri bune speaks plainer Ulan words Com pare the figures with those of ten years ago and note the difference between tho operation of the lVilson Gorman free trade Democratic tariff law and the Republican DIngley enactment It Is true that a number pf causes contribute directly or Indirectly to our present abounding prosperity but these do not militate against the fact that this prosperity did not begin until tho DIngley tariff was substituted for the Wilson tariff The effect of the latter as all know was most depressing upon tho business of the country but Immediately after the election of President McKInley in 1896 there was a quick revival of Industrial and trade activity because buslnw men bad confidence that the policy of his ad ministration would bo favorable to domestic Industries sea they GOUld safely risk Investments la InOtistrlal en terprises Tho starting of tho factories In crossed employment and that let loose a large amount of ptirobiilnc funds The revival of tho nrot oUvo policy and tho certainty that It would continue for some years gave confl dance and life to all Irartno activity It may bo said therefore that tho present prosperity Is chiefly due to the tariff polioy not that the tariff schedules Alone have canted It but because of Its general effect upon tile buslnoM eonfldonoo and energy of the people What caused tho panic of 1S9S was the election of Cleveland with the promise that a porky toward our Industries would be adopted that would threaten tholr destraeltost It- Iran Interesting fact that attar tho election of 169C btuUieM prosperity began with about the game uniformity that depression had set in with tho election of Cleveland The UU David It Mason challenged disproof of the following postulate and no free trade writer Ma ventured to accept tho obaMwige I All of real prdtRortty In the United State has Mea under prate ton 2 All of hard Uraos Ja the Veiled States has been under anUnratMtlon 3 Prosperity never has returned until after return to protection 4 The farther OMRTOM la IU tar lit line departed from protection the more dlnastrowe have been tko oonsw quencos C Tho farther congrcw has genie In the direction of full protection the more prosperous have the people be comeC In all of our national experience there Is not oven one exception to those propositions 7 Therefore tho five between protection and anti proteotlon is eLl petlraentally considered a chronic is sue between prosperity and hard timesAnd wo ahall continue to holdout own ao long as we cling to the policy that has given us all the real prosperity we have enjoyed We must continue to follow tho cardinal principle which will continue to develop our resources and so far as noticeable monopolize the home market first and then seek a foreign man kct for our surplus Tho fact Is that our exports of manufactures last year amounted to 700000000 in value having moro than doubled in the last few years Bay City Tribune HER NEW BONNET Where the Danger Lies From political tariff tinkers within tho party Is the most danger to be feared Whenever ono of this class ol ambitious political schemers makes a speech favoring tariff revision the united Democratic press which Is hop ing and praying for Republican blurs den halls him as nif ally by clapping and howling with delight Alma Colo Hulletia S n 4 ALCOHOLISM IN THE TROPICSo Its Effect Is More Terrible There Than In Cooler Climates A remarkable article on the dangers I of alcoholism In tropical climates has recently appeared In a French medical rovlow It Is written by Dr V 114 Ilenant a noted French physician t awho has mild a special study of thou 1L subject Ho says Thu old Umo medical advice Do not drink alcohol In warm climates Is not to bo lightly regarded In these modern days The paralyzing and tie generating affect of alcohol In what over form or however pure on all the bodily organs and especially the nerv ous centers is greatly accentuated In tropical regions Mainly to the me or y alcohol Is due tho frequency and gravity of diseases of tho Intestines la those climates The depression caused by n heated heavy and molife cltmato makes the nervous centers peculiarly sensitive to tho bodily dis orders arising from IU use Drink ors ore peculiarly liable to sunstrokft Even moderate consumption of wino or spirits leads to a state of lorpor tho brain functions become paralysed congestion arises in the 1 weakened blood vessels inducing to ward apoplexy while the constant and repeated use of alcohol during ex ceselvo boat tends to speedily resell A in delirium and Insanity that traft leal madness as the Germans eaU It which has given rise to many of the terriblo sots recorded in tho hiilorj ItJlfrom habit to excess then to Us tel rible result alcoholic Insanity An absolute horror of alcohol ought to bo Instilled into alt those going to tho troplos a settlou oonrlc ijLion of the uioleMUUM of weaker sail the injuriousness of the strong 01tIts forms How many live have beta last there through apoplexy tbftwg injury to the arteries caused by aloe holT slew nanny men dIe there be tween tine ages of 40 and BO who II they tat been abstainers and of retie tar life might easily have lived to M or W None should be allowed to leave for these climates without Be lag flail syelenutlenly InatraeUid ta these things and Oils to specially trw of those who will betas to the gay enttaR etMeef thorfl If they eod be nnlvenMlly pemutdcd of tttete fast their precept zed examnte wtMild have weal Influoaeo oa the humbler white man zed on life sa the Drinking More Tea OMcta report to Uie state dejeuV tenet sinew that Use Bugtlnti people srcnnnictnc their driekq and that lINt- alld wblelty are aleadlty giving web ten During the last s4x years there ball NeD a decline of nearly 2Ot8TO barrels In the quaniKy of bee annually consumed In tho United Kingdom For the fiscal year lOll tine figures wore 13101000 barrels or 279 gallons per capita There has also been a decrease from 11 proof gallons to nl no tenths of a gallon la the per capita consumption of splrita Imports of tea for houio consumption In the first sews months of 1984 were 1U707710 pounds an Increase of over 100000000 pounds above the same period of 19M Alcohol and Longevity t In the course of an address on Al cohol and Health delivered recently at Long Eaton England Mr C L Rothera n A coroner for tho city of Nottingham dwelt on the great evils arising tram the use of alcohol and adduced medical testimony to show that many fatal accidents were duo to drink Ho went on to show that alcohol could not be looked upon t aa food and said returns clearly showed that people who did not use alcohol lived longer than thoso who did use It Illness was not so great amongst teetotalers and It was gen erally admitted that tho vitality of temperance people was greater than people addicted te Intoxicating drink d Menace te NavalJnteresU fVallojo Cat IIM 16000 population and 100 saloons which would seem not a disproportionate number But ifollowing representation made to him tho secretary of the navy has J notified tho mayor that if tho number of saloons in Vnllojo Is not cut down about CO cent the Mare Inland irIsome time ago under like conditions r This would mean almost ruin for Val lojo and tho mayor and city trustees 1 havo taken up the matter with prac tically little choice left but to comply fwith the secretarys wishes A Falling OH In Wine iThe nrltlsh board of trade tetra vas in recently Issued show a great decrease the Imports of wines for the United Kingdom Considering tho increased wealth the fact that there Is a te 1crease In the consumption of one of those things which Increasing wealthawould presumably demand Is signifi + cant It Lw evident that a revolution i of opinion is taking place td this nor spect and that a man may beocounted a gentleman in this ago with out drinking a kettle at port te din men 1- Alcekluefinod laurelmredfruit t n nn pn KITE FIGHTING IN INDIA It Is a Real Craze and Gambling Is a Feature of Sport 5 India knows nothing ot flying kites l for pleasure as Is ilono In America and Hirope and Is carried on with nurvilous Ingonulty In Chjna Kilos sav flown there that they may flgbt and the fighting Is done by cutting dtch others atrlitya Tbo string Is sewing thread the fluent and strongest smeared with ground glass mixed with mucilage Pulled tight and drawtf against an other thread alto pulled light It cuts like a knife A good string must bo long enough to let the kite ascend a thousand yards light enough to let the kite bear it at that height and flue enough to cut another string Making a klto requires as much care as choosing the string says the cor respondent Of tho New York World Tho kilo has to sweep through tho air wlUi tho BWlftncss of swallow There fore U must be small extremely light and strong enough not to tear as It rushes against the wind for the edges are not turned over and gummed down all around as they are In our kites In such a kite the balancing It a far more delicate operation than In large How the Kite Is Made and heavy kites Two piece of barn boo aro taken thinner than a goose quill owl are scraped oven and smooth Those are shown In the diagram aa A II RHd C R P D They are laid on a square which Is from It to 16 inches square No twlno Is used In tho making but tho bent stick Is kept In position with four small places of paper gummed on at tho points C H K D The straight stlok ls similarly fastened at the ondi but tko piece of iwpor at jI1I two or three Inohos lone lUllS trtanpilar for It seta as a light rudder The kite baa no tall The oxpoMd odgea of Urn paper along H A K and a Ii D aro not bouhd or protected In any way and have to bear a consider able strain when tho kite makes a dash against tho wind A small piece of paper la also fan toned at 0 whero one end of the loop of thread Is tied to which tho long string la attached The other end of tho loop Is tied ut the crossing of tho pieces of bamboo The diagram shows the back of the kite tbo loop is on tho other aide on the face Tho bolt kite of this kind that can bo made does not cost more than ono AlIna that la two cents although wealthy kite fighters PUT as much as a dollar to a man who pretend ho can make a klto which will bo unconquor able Kile lighters are most careful about the balance of their kites and when a kite seems all right In the hand their Intent eyes notice a fault as It files and pulling It down again they add apiece ot paper tho site of a postage stamp or a small twist of cotton to ono aide or they PAre one of tho percGoeyI tabyl f The German empress has beea heard to say that tbo happiest pcrle4e of her life wero the few weeks follow fag tho birth of each of her children I wkca aha was able to retire from pub Ito duty ud enjoy her new treasure k kcyyeaed rhea the youngest sos ef the Oeraaaa royal fiuaHy was an In Jant thai one of tho ladies of tho household upon golnginio tbo nursery hastily discovered the empress kneeling beside her baby cradle Her majesty rose harrledly and came forward with her eyte full of r tears No It1Je said smlllBR steadily into the anxious taco of the Jadyln waiting nothing la the matter I was only saying goodby baby You know 2 havo to she vim up loaemvr and ft Ii the Last ttlfht Tho Chosen One A little Wlnstc Vt girl aa adopted child turned the tables with stumnlns teasingherta Ike parents who loved her aa their ewe My papa sad mamma picked Me ot and wanted me was her retort Yours bad to take you Just H you were whether they wanted yea or not tAi Qramtmttherly Care One day a little boy wont out Ia the entry to visit his grandmother That MvClatng grandma picked a chicken y AOIt 6fI1admaltho little boy ex claimed lo you usJrcss your chkk pit avcrynlfhtT r r ro A PUZZLING TRICK It Is Done with Dominoes and Will Keep Your Friend Guessing A good trick with dominoes Is per formed as follows Arrange 12 of them in a circle as shown in the accom panying picture and tell one of the spectators that you will point out any domino that he may think of When ho says ho Is ready you tell him that you will count round the circle by touching tho dominoes pro miscuously each touch counting ont and that whnn you have counted 20 Including tho number of spots on tho domino thought of ho must tell you to stop and your finger will then rest on the piece chosen Let us suppose for Illustration ex plains Good Literature that he thinks The Ddmlno Layout ot the doubledeuce you of course not knowing that Begin touching tho pieces with your finger counting 1 3 4 C 6 7 and so forth skippin- about the circle as you count Ru when you come to the eight count yo- umust touch tho double elx and then count regularly around to the right Thus sixfive will be 9 doubloflvo 10 fivefour 11 and so on until you como to double douae when ho tells you to atop because that Is lid domino ho thought of tho four spots on which added to your count of 1C makes 20 This ruin hold good no mutter what domino may be chosen by the spectators CAN YOU MAKE THESE Little Houses That the Birds Will Find Delight In During Summer A friend of mine a dear little boy of 11 received a lovely toolbox for a birthday present tho other day He Is very handy with his tools and eager to fashion pretty things Can you toll me something useful and nice to maker ho naked me From Two Cheese Box Lids Aad then with tho approach of the spring season I thought of tho re turn of tho birds and I said Why sot build a birdhouse Are they bard to maker he quell booed I will show you two pictures ot blrdhouteN and you can copy them And I showed him these Oh I like them and I will try Mad from a Keg my best to make them pretty Do I answered and when they are completed you can place one in the tree back In your garden and one on the center part of the grape Arbor A Pnya O4 Sense A girl ten years old named Mary Soars living In Arkansas was riding her pony along a highway when he shied at a cow and she was thrown to the ground and suffered a broken arm It WAS a mile to the nearest house and Ute girl was not able to mount again and Ia too much pain to walk The pony crme4 to understand this after u tlnw and be galloped away and reached the house of a planter nod kept up a whinnying until ko WAS taken notice of and a man sent to fol low him buck to where tho girl was found It was plain that the Intelli gent anlmrtl knew that something out of the usual had happened and IB this case Jost as good messenger w a boy wa Id havo bees An Adjustable Personality Little Ian was trying to dress hta self after his bath Ho got his shirt on fronb aide behind Looklag ruefully down at himself ho said Guess Id better tUtu myself around so ny shirt will buttoa la front Kitcufih to firlw a Building A watching seine builders Sklnii ortarkiald Myt YfliajVtot of dough yes wake Childhood and Edu cation of Moses 5uadaySchool6asoslorMsy2ti1907SpecleayPreWredlatThLP4Kr s 1K88ON TEXT Exodus Mll ternI cry verse t 10 GOLDEN TKXT = Moiiwi was learned In all the wisdom of the Kffypiiana and was mighty In words and JeadsActs 7KT1MR Stoats wasborn probably dur Ing the reign of IUmeM II which last ed 67 yeas llnmc 8 Uytns at the age of nearly 100 Sayco gives an the limit of his reign II C 1J4S1281 Urlvtr 1275 1Yea Breasted 13MWS According to tho common chronology Stases wan born B C im and our lesson covuJnK the drat 40 yearn of his lira vfould extend to ISM PhACK Mocci was born nt the capital of Egypt whlvh ot that time won either Memphis nearly where modern Cairo If or Tanls Loan In the eastern part of the Nile dodo- Comment and Suggestive Talk The Working of Gods PlansSeo what tactorn entered Info this preservation of tho worlds greatest man Thero was 1 a humble slave family 2J n Httlo basket of bulrushes 3 a little girl 4 a babys tears C Pharaohs own daughter C the Childs own mother 7 a royal court AH of these were brought together at Just tho right time In Just the right way This lesson is one of the best Illustrations of a perfect combination of the Mat coworking of human effort provldoacesg The fa andtthese early years ono long unclouded summer morning for all that wealth and power could command wero at his 1tnlceGelkle He would Hvo mothjorfurnished with every luxury Haw courtlAmidages must have had some drawbacks Hgyptlan youths and Egyptian court iers could not bo altogether cordial to the Hebrew boy who as the grandson of Pharaoh enjoyed so exalted a position and received such eminent aUentlonDlalklo The School Life of Motes Egypt then had two great universities at Hellopolls and Hermopolls and Moses Is said to have studied In tho former which was situated about 20 miles north of Memphis It was the Ox ford of Ancient Egypt as Alexandria was In later times Herodotus went thither to gather information for his travoto and Plato studied there fur 13 years Shady cloisters opened into lecture rooms for tU students and quiet houses for tho Ors and nrlosift In their many grades and of flea thoro being room for all In the corridors of the hugo pllo GeUda A splendid library would be at his dis posal The library of the Rameseum at Tbeboe a structure built by Ilamo sea II contained 20000 books The eltidlcs ot the young man would Include tho two forms of difficult Egyptian writing arithmetic geomet ry trlgonomotry to some extent astronomy music both vocal and Instru mental pointing and architecture medicine and chemistry history and law poetry and other branches of lit orature and especially theology ox tending to Its highest form tho phil osophy of symbolism In which the Egyptian religion gross as it was como nearest to the Hebrew As a member of the royal family Moses was no doubt received Into tho priest ly caste anti knew all their secret loreThe Military Life of Motet Stoph en tells us Acts 722 that Moses was mighty In words and In deeds The words may have meant such power of composition aa appears In the hymn by tho Red 033 nnd In the magnificent valediction to his people Expositors Bible AI to the deeds after completlUg his university course Moses might have become a hangeron ut the court or obtained some civil ap poliitmunt and sought to climb the official ladder or entered the literary life or devoted himself to the priesthood or become n soldier The tra dition that ho chose the lastnamed calling Is In accordance with tho prob abilities and explains his great mill tary ability displayed In the exodus and afterwards The Patriots First AttemptIt was natural that Moses first attempt at aiding his people should be n blunder Even the greatest men makq mistakes and provo their greatness by their ability to learn from their mistakes The Patriots Second AttemptTo smite the oppressor with not enough Moses must unite and discipline the oppressed And thin was his next ef rortUllnnll The treatment he re celved tram the Hebrews ho sought to aid showed that they wore by no means ripe for freedom or national ItyTownsend Lesson In Patience Ex 21625 Moses remained In Mldlan for the seC- ond of tho three 40year periods into which his Hfo Is divided Practical Point Every mans life Is a plan of God Tho Hfo ot each scholar In your class has been plannnd by God as carefully and lovingly an that of Moses The best start in life Is that of forded by a godly hume Not tho rich est family in Egypt gavo their son a bettor outfit for life than Moses received from his slave parents Every child is a possible prince Tho chain of providence la always ready when bands are rnat to selio It i Desert experiences come to alll Maes of waiting of apparent falliirc r GUNS OF THE STRIKE BREAKERS MOW DOWN FRISCO MOB IN THE STRBE CAR RIOTS Effort to Operate System Result In a Pitched Battle One Killed and a a Number Injured San Francisco May STho strike of the 1700 union motormen nail con ductors of the United railroads do veloped Into a riot In which ono man was killed end moro than a score of persons were severely hurt That tho bloody events of Tuesdays street car riots may bo repeated Wed nesday with oven more tragic results was tho fear expressed when it was mado known that the TJnltcd railroads programme for Wednesday Included another attempt to resume operations of cars This attempt according to Oenfiral tanager Mullaly will be mado some time In tho forenoon lie declined to state at what hour or to discuss the companys plans Mr Mullnly said that when attorneys for tho United railroads visited tho Central police station to request the admittance to ball of the strike breakers under arrost for shooting strikers and their sympathizers Chief of Police Dinan said- Wednesday I shall arm the pollen with rlllcs If any strike breakers start any shooting from tbo cars they will bo shot In turn by tbo police I can hardly credit this statement added Mr Mullaly but It comes to mo direct and authentically Thirteen strike breakers wore arrest ed Three of them were released on ball and the remainder were hold nwatlng developments James Walsh one of tho strike sym pathizers who WAS shot died at the Central Emergency hospital No hope Ii lucId out for the recovery of Tom Buchanan one of tho strikers also at the Central Emergency hospital A bullet penterated his abdomen and punctured the Intestines 22 times At 230 oclock tho company made Its first attempt to resume tho operation of its system by sending outseven passenger cars manned by between 30 and 40 strike breakers wearing the uniform of car Inspectors and each carrying a 38caliber revolver strapped around his waist outside of his coat Tho start was made from the com panys barns nt Turk and Flllmoro streets where a crowd of from 3000 to 6000 men and boys had gathered Twentyseven policemen five mount ed officers and several sergeants un dot tho command of Capt Moon wore on patrol guard FELLED IN A PISTOL DUEL Rival Lovers Continued to Fire Until Both Were Mortally Wounded Pueblo Mexico May SLauro Jan derv millionaire owner of several haci endas and Jose Maria Beltran Jefe politico municipal director of Tia tanqul bout aspirants for the hand of the daughter of a planter fought a duel with pistols In the streets In which both wore wounded at the first SIre From their recumbent positions they continued firing until each had received wounds which physicians say arc mortal Posses Grim Words Columbia S C May SA criminal assault was attempted by a negro supposed to bo Lnmbold Carmichael on the 13yearold daughter of John Saw yor a Marion county farmer Her father hoard tho childs cries end frightened the negro away A posse woo organized Immediately and chased the negro Into a swamp Returning tho pursuers remarked significantly the negro would not be seen again Northern Pacific Express Held Up Butte Mont May S111 North Coast Limited eastbwnd Train No 22 on the Northern Pacific was held up by two masked men near Welshs Spur Engineer James Clow was shot and killed and Fireman James Sullivan was shot through the arm Without making an attempt to blow up tho ex press car tho robbers jumped from the engine and ran down the mountain aide disappearing In a gulch Desperate Youth Kills Himself Philadelphia May SFolled In his attempt to hold up with tho aid ot a companion two trolley conductors In West Philadelphia and fearing that he had killed a policeman In his efforts to escape Harold S Jones aged 16 years shot and killed himself on the street Ills companion G 11 Gcddis aged 18 years was arrested when Is bed at his home The Vote Was Unanimous Springfield 111 May STho senate pasted a twocont faro bill In the shape of an amendment to tho bill wlilch has already passed the house Tho Dill pro Tides that three cents a mllo may be collected It a passenger falls to buy I ticket The vote was unanimous Creamery Burns Elgin IH May SFlro destroyed the Cornell Bros creamery plant at Huntley Loss JCOOOO The creamer used 76000 pounds of milk dally Islanders Flee Messina Sicily May BThe Strom boll volcana has been Intermittently ac tine since April 28 Vegetation has been destroyed Tho people continue tq leave tho Island Mount Etna also Last shown considerable activity during the past 10 days Three Disappear New Orleans La aZIThrotyoung men wlio started lit a motor boat from Mandevllle across Lnk FontcHartrnln have disappeared The are J ft Mansfield If MatUibws ant A Frorrary jH residents of title elty r 655 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THB MOUNTAINS Place the BEST BDUOATION In reach of aft Over f6 laatruaUra IW7 tutfenta frees 27 aUUa Largest eeifeg llbrciy In Kointueky Kt SALOONS A special teacker fer eca grade eastr eack aiaia subject ftmany classes that each atadeat oaa be placed witk ethers like kiaueV where ke tan make most rapid prvgresa Which Department Will You Enter lectttreribraryDrawlagSingingscent etc Free teal books TRADE COURfilt for wka kav fiaiihed Nth de frat i1ria4inguLem and Ears ACADEMY REQUIAR COUR1E s years let those who kan lnterablagChoice of Studies i offered ia this conn se tkat a ySman may secure a diploma ia Agriculture aad a young lady kt Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years t it for butlaete Ever t part of this course at fall aad wiatcr teresa Ia very profitable Seed extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two tkree aad fear year course with Latin German Algebra History Scleaee eta ftttfof for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Beieatlie aid Clinical copra si with use of laboratories acieatific apparatus pad ill modern aoeti ads The highest educational ataadarda LNORMAL three and fouryear course it fet the profession el teaching First year parallel ta Stk grad Model School enable one to get a first clau certificate Fellowiag years wiater sal spring terms give the informatics avltura ad tnuaiag necessary fee a true teacher and coyer braackea accessory fee Stats certifcate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piaae Theory Band may be takes u aa extra la aaaaectiaa witk aay course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a toaey atakiag iastitutiea All the mossy teeeived from students is paid But for their lJeaeit aad the Scbol expends oa an average upon ucla studatabout fifty dollars a yeas more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts o1 Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea is roc tbal- it may train young men and women fee lives af usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulation to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our studentr come from the best and are earnest to do veil and improve For any who may bsick the College provides doctor and nuiieirithout extra charge AH except those with parents in Berea live in College building end mist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing end getting pay according totho value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary bcforo coming secure extra employment so u to earn from 50 cents U ane dollar a week books1varyetj but but as students must attead classes relardlef hi weather warm wraps and vaderclotktag umbrellas and overshoes art The CoODeratlva Star furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas aad atkr aecetMry articles at cost tiring are really below cost The College asks se rent for the fine buildings in which students UTe char OW enoughroom rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights uawuhing of bedding and towels For table board without eeffee or extras 188 a week is the fall and 150 ia winter Fer room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week ia fall aad spring if costa ia winter Scbeel Feet are two Pint a Dollar Depati4 u guarantee for return of room key library boeka eie This Jj yti4 ittt use and it returned when the student depart Second an Incidental Fn to oa expenses for care ef school buildings etc Students pay aathiag for tuition er services of teachersallour iaetrmetiaa li a free gift The Incidental Fee for Most students k 800 a terra 4W ia ewer Made Schools 400 fa courses with Lass sal 700 ia Collegiate ee rm FaypMat tW Ita aJraMa lacideatal fee are root by tte fera board by the month laeUllataaia are u foUowi ForWiatee Teraa II Weklfnt day I1TW t WtldM 1 4V posit 28th day 00j 56th dy 800 M faii all fa advance 28 Fir Sfriag Tern 10 tftMlFint day 1449 Uth dty 540 j Itta tia270 total 8280 If paid au ia adnaaM M0- Tbe two tenu tqttr peal fey ia advasag at a re4acti a af L 1210 making oaly 4900 Laager Wialec TIII1I ResTint aJ20 0 day 1000 56th day 800 I4ta Lay 848 team 8100 Ifpaid all Lt advance 3700- Kefaa4taf students axeveai U lean tefare erf af fem receto huJcall they hare advanced aa hoard and rectos eceept thst as allow once Is made for ractiaa af a week llda fee ef coot if charged for leaving the boardiag kali ana If emit for iMTiag a reem la term time There Lao refaadiag ef incidental lee It Pays ta Stay Whea yam kxrt wade your Journey sad are Tali darted jnpchool jt pays te taya long ai possible The Fleet Day of winter term is January S 1907 Per iafanaatier er frieadly advice write 4e the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY J That Penn Knife takes the eves of the ales and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it n nl to gel n IQcent flh two blades of Bzortcdand n r that is hapetnThe Knife ml The CitizM for Otte Dollar tuhglir4lcwalltketialeaeofuUprciniuellie OL ITHE HOME I The Homespun Fair Tho Homespun Fair on Commencement day this year gives promiso of being of unusual interest Mr Wm Wade of Pennsylvania has promised us a loan exhibit of his collection of Bearings This gentleman was one of our visitors last May coming over from Lexington where he was attending the Southern Educational Conference- He is a man of large wealth who is greatly interested in all kinds of handicraft Ho has traveled oxtonsivly through the South especially in the out oftho way places not usually seen or cared for by the northern tourist In this way he has visited many places where the native hand work is still at its best Ho has already sent a beautiful specimen of basket weaving coming from North Carolina Mr Wades collection includes woolen coverlids and cotton counter panes from North Carolina Virginia West Virginia Louisiana Georgia and Tennessee It will be of special interest to nil who weave to see these specimens of the work of other women and to compare their workmanship and patterns withours The work of our Boron Fireside Industries is becoming more widely known and in greater demand than ever before But many others are entering the field so long hold by Boron alone and if wo are to keep the place wo have won we must have only the best work and keep get ting new designs This year the cotton and linen weavings have been in much grouter demand than the covorlids and I am especially anxious that we have largo and varied display of these at the Conynonce ment Fair this year I want our Commencement visitors see that our Kentucky women are still at the head in the beauty and excellence of their handwork JENNIE LESTEB HILL ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Hy Prof Ulnsmore Part 2Thlng To Be Kept In Mind IaThe chief points of excellence in the program printed last week are that It divides the teachers time equally among the several grades- It provides steady and definite occupation for every student for the whole time It provides time for the mastery of each lesson It makes general exercises of such studies as can bo profitably united thus conserving tho time for other subjects that will not admit of such union It brings the recitations of the several grades in approximately reg ular order dividing the time quite fairly between classes It provides shorter hours and more play for the first two gndes than for pupilsIt as history and geography gram mar and composition to bo given on alternate days thus permitting pupils to carry all the studios required for the completion of a Common School CourseThese points ought to be sufficient to recommend its careful consideration Part JPractical Teaching When all preliminaries have been arranged when every detail looking toward the success of the school has been attended to then tho battle has just begun There is a chance to fail even hero We may be so taken up with preliminaries and details as to neglect the daily routine of duties upon whichsuccess depends more than anything else It takes all the strength of the strongeseteacher to keep himself up to the highest standard of which after day We have named this matter of attend ing to the every day duties PRACTICAL TEACHING and will consider it under several different heads- i Giving out Lessons The most important and the most difficult duty a teacher is called upon to perform is that of assigning work to the pupils and seeing that they do the work assigned This is well illustrated in the business world Many an enterprise fails because the manager does not know how to keep all hands at work steadily each one doing just the part he can do best On tho other hand the man who knows just what each man is capable of doingand can get him to do it can command almost any salary ho chooses to ask Where the success of an institution depends upon the amount of money earned by labor every minute loot counts toward profitsNow the mental and moral growth of all tho pupils Every minute lost andevery stroke misapplied counts for failure in this important aim Hence the great importance of assigning work r Continued Next Week ITHE PEAR M I Growing Potatoes fly Frnncli O Clark Those of us who have been paying from 00 cents to 100 a bushel for potatoes have doubtless asked ourselves What causes this high price P- It is simply the fact that the faimors of our state are not raising the amount of potatoes which the market really demands This condition ought not to exist for our farming localities should not allow Kentucky towns to use imported potatoes Can wo not raise them cheaper than the farmers of other statescan produce them and pay freight to our cities and towns Surely We need to wake up to our opportunity and increase our cropPotatoes may be grown on almost any kind of well drained soil sandy loam is the best Tho soil should be plowod to the depth of six inches or more and he thoroughly pulverized before the crop is planted Fine re suits will bo gotten by fall plowing especially if tho soil is heavy If your potatoes crowd out on the surface it is a sure sign that the soil is not plow ed deep enough Such varieties as the Rural New Yorkers are especially apt to do this as the potatoes grow directly under the vine a hard under soil forces them out to the surface The main crop is generally planted in May in order to escape early blight and bugs The depth which the seed should bo planted varies with the character of the soil In sandy loam four inches is a good depth while in heavy clay three inches is better The seed should be selected from tho best hilts in the field while digging tho crop Many farmers plant small potatoes to save cutting This is a mistake Take the average size sound potatoes and cut them to about two or three eyes The field should be dragged with a light harrow two or three times before tho crop reaches the height of two inches The crop should be cul tivated at least three times during the season Do not bill them if the soil t is light but if it is heavy clay hilling should be practised Potato blight is a very destructive disease in some seasons This dis ease is duo to a fungus that lives on the vine and front these travels to the potatoes causing them to rot It can be contolled by spraying with Bordeaux mixture three or four times during the season The first appli cation should be made when the vines are about five inches high and repeatedat intervals of ten days or two weeks Spray whether there is any appearance Of disease or not as Bordeaux mixture is only a preventive and not a cure Potato Scab is a fungus disease which is transferred from ono potato to another It is also present In the soil and w siren added with fresh manures Do not add fresh manure or plant in soil whoro scabby potatoes wore grown the season before Scabbysoodmay 1 o used if treatedaasug gested last week Harvest when fully matured and keep in a dry well ventilated cellar where the temperature is about CO degrees 0 J aaHistory 0 080 5 Innl reel wont took In the Civil Wnr OO OOOOooeoeoooeo CHAPTER XVII Continuoa At G oclock p m our plckllts wore called In we beIng ordered by Genru Mlllroy o mount the flrat train north and proceed to Elk River Bridge Af ter waiting In the rain until after I oclock p m we loft the SLrtyeighth ImlLino there Wo tMlt 4 at DOIHIMrd to throw oft our tools anti soon Landed at the bridge LientenentColoflI aitayhew and three companies OOIUp1eII tho tort Oompany C Captain Wright the block= house on the south side and Lieut Tye and Company B that nn the north As soon IUI daylight appam cd everybody about the fort and block house WWI at work Water tanks were cleaned out and refilled and every necessary tretlElro lon made to stand a protracted attack which we hod u good reason to believe tile rebel raU era would make that day or nigh Within those bombproof bock housee every man with plenty of nunaafcio lying at his porthole white the bay at the strong little tyrt with us tour ominous looking twelvepound we felt rather anxious to have the enemy attack us as the men said Prolnbl it will bo our last fight and we intend to ounce It a good one During the early dart of the night a part of the enemy had crossed the railroad with In a few miles and out the telecntpk We grew more Impatient waiting to hear the signal fire of our pickets M 1 o clock a m we heard the untnlsUk able trample of cavalry Then fOlloWI ed tho discharge of several pI musketry in quick succession then all was quiet except some loud talk Ing on picket The Filth TMUMOM Federal Cavalry bd ftocldonilj ii their cooperative movements run lee OIMIbIotSt We wore kept on the qul vlve for sev oral days but had no chases to ow our gum at rebels thru nonholei General Rowoau on the IIth pn Forrests mld n a oomplate drubbbc ut Athens Oa and sent them oft southwest again CHAPTER XVIII We remained at Elk River until the 20th of Oct occupying the poetttoM named la the previous chapter except on the fifth Lleutentani WUltanw awl tweniy men of Oompantee II and B were stationed at a stockade and water tank one nrfle north of the brtdge We drew mtlone for battalion from Tullahoma The first five dais tup ply wero spoiledo1d moldy crackers and meat totally unfit for humou food Colonel Mayhew ordered a timid of survey that soon reported beck to the Commissary at Tultotwm with the damiged grub During this un avoidable delay for two days our mn were forced to resort to the poorl cultivated late corn odds tor bread Sumo gathered unripe pmnpktM others found a few potatoes and sate grece beans But as soon as Moons were received the men 8earously n1itde full restitutions to those fronit whom they had been compelled to take Our men generally exhibited more sym pathy with mlles Ini needy circum stances in the south than WM usually shown by troops from the north ern etatee Though sit the able bodied males were 4n arms nailnat us and their country we ooneWered It wrong to take from belpleee women or Innocent children their scanty meane of subsistence We hero found even those who had good farms hard run for bare necessaries therefore we for bid any foraging Still the men were allowed to trado for or oxchanfe sug ar coffee etc for sweet tIM and other vegetables Captain Wilson returned to Chatta nooga with an order from Geaonil Mlllroy to bring up our o mp aqtiintge ins we had no evoking vessels Out the port commander bring equal In tank refused to let the Eighth and Sixty eighth Indiana romps be moved and all the men end officers found much difficulty in cooking rations Oitafet SmaJlwood Lieutenant Jones And my self furnished government PiHons for Mrs Garner living near the tort nod had her prepare our grub The tine weather light duty and prospects or the early end of the war made the command cheerful under all circum stances tTO BE CONTINUED While Yet We May Lifo is short and we have never too much time for gladdening tho hearts of thoso who are traveling tho same Journoy with us ObI bo swift to love make haste to bo kind AmieJ Improving the Zoo New York authorities are currying out a Bchemo for giving each class of animals a scenic background reminis cent of Its naUvo habitat So by and by the zoo will bo not only a menage erne but aa art gallery 1 SESSIONS RECORD What Was Dono by Illinois log Ilia tiro In Its Four Months Dilibirsllons MUCH IMPORTANT WORK DONE Pure Food Law TwoCent Fare Law Home Rule Charter for Chicago In surance Reform Local Option and Other Matters of Interest Springfield 11L Slay 13The forty fifth general assembly adjourned at 036 Sunday rooming until nut Wod noeday when Governor Deneeaa deep waterway Mite wilt be taken up but tho work of the general aaeembljr prac tlcally ceaaed with Sunday meriting adjournment Tho leaJakUure during Its four months sittings has tooo much Important work A pure food law was paeeed A new charter for the city of Chicago WM passed liviD that city almost unlimited home rule removing the 6 per cent tat limitation and dividing the city of Chicago Into fifty wards meteed of thlrtynve M at present wUh the salaries At council men fixed at 1600 Many lamnueo reform nmuraivs advocated by UM adwInliitraUon and patterned after the New York and Maaaatfkueetta laws were patted Other laws enacted wets A twocent fare law a law requiring the turning Into the state treaeary of all tatprwt on publlo tends an approprtatlon of fBOOOM for beginning the work on erecting a new state prison at Joust at a total frost of about flOOOMO e local option bill giving cilia tawne and vlllaitee the right to vote on the question of wlooae or no aloont The general assembly aleo paeeed lawn Inereaahag tho salaries of the members of the legislature to 2000 a se kin the aalwryrof the mrverror to JII06C state treasurer ano ttornpy general to 10000 inch and othrtr stAte ottctato except Itautonan gore ior tn 7600 eeeh Shelby M Cullum was nleetnd tn noeeed himself in the Pelted State senate Other Important hills wen tho appropriation of 100000 for tin nee of the governor of tho state and 80000 for the use of the attorney gem eral In the prosecution of tax cults against the lUtooU Central railroad Two Million one hundred thousand dollars was set apart for the Improve ment and repairs on state eharitabt Institutions Caught by Runaway Train Kl Paao Tex May IS Running fifty miles an hour four miles thle side of Lordsbnrg N M a Southern To eltfo paeeeager train Saturday night otltded with a string of twelve run away freight sire and was wrakr The engine was thrown tram the trail and turned over and the express car was throws across the track TIlt engineer was caught under the leader and crushed to death The fireman Is still living but la scalded so badly that he cannot survive Only one pas singer was slightly Injured One Hundred Reported Lost Montevideo Urum y May 9TheF- rench maritime steamer Poltou from Marseilles April for this port bu been wrecked off San Jose Ignacio on tho coat of Uruguay It is understood that aoo passengers were on board Aeoordlng to reports neary 200 have been rescued and are on their way to tide city The casualty list has bees reported at 100 tot this has not been corroborated Deadly RotSim Franotseo May TIle snuffs of the 1700 union motormpn and oon ductors of the United Rallrosds darel opod late yesterday afternoon into a riot In wblob one man was lulled more than a More of person were severely hurt some were fatally wounded and others hurt to a loster extent Kerosene Can Exploded Fowlor Indv play 1L5rs John Hnrdlraan ol thto city WM terribly burned while starting tM hen qfe Tho korosant can exploded THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Llv stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 80aj No 2re4 48c CornNo 2 G2a OatsNo 2 mixed 43c Hay Clover 1000 Q 1800 timothy 19002tOO millet 1300 1600 Cattle260 C 010 Hogs GOQ6 OG6 Shsop 3006tS Lambs 500Q7CO iej At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 87c Corn No 2 G3Hc OatsNos 2 44a C1tUe 1765I55 Hogs 460066 Shaep 1000 485 Lambs696700 At Chicago WhcaV No 3 rod 86c Corn No 3 50o OdsNo2 4So Oat tjo steers 100G56 stock ts and feeders 3000626 IIogs5Y0r 067paSheopi86GIO Lambs 07t75 Livestock at New York Cattle 460 J5J6 UOIJSGtiO T10 Sheop 400flOO LnmbGO 0775 l- At East Buffalo CatUeIOOGOO Hogfl= 6LOG 980 Sheep jf30062G lambs f OO Q785f Wheat at Toledo Sept 01940 July 8lc cash 880 s THE KAISER CITED For the First Time Ho Will De Wit flees In Court Munich May 13ln n stilt for cal umny bronght by Dr CArl Peters the former African explorer against a 80 Oiallst newspaper the Muenohenor Post tho editor hM mode the unusual- requoat that tho court take Bmpcror Williams testimony on several petals The court took the request under eon sklentUon The emperor has never hitherto ngured M a witness In oourU and If the Judge grants the editors demand his majestys testimony will be taken by a deputized otflolHl of the court at such place as the emperor prescribes Rtnedletlno Abbots Meet Rome May 1IThe late Pope too XIIi decreed that all abbot of the Benedict Ino order througlicmt the world must meet In Mess every twHvo years In onlrr to regnlete the affairs o rf the order The first meet lug has Just begun and will oootlno until Pentreoet under the prtsMmcy of the Rat Father Hcmpclnnc pri mate abbot of the order for life Hungary Is Alarmed Tiudapnat Way 13lft ooneeqnenc of the great increase In emigration the Hunnarian Manufneturorn Union will begin May It an Inquiry Into the causes tn UM hope of finding some practical means of keeping the pro pie at homo Several cabinet minis tore win participate in the inquiry Many villages are almost tended nf- pable workers Hope Abandoned Mnneton May UTb tkreemajit ed schooner Wand City of New York which sailed from Chatham N n on Nov 211 last with a cargo of lath for Now York JaM been posted M lost at Lloyds W H Edgitt of this city owner of the veeeel states that the island Try carried a crew of eight men lie entertain no hops that the were saved Win Rebuild at Ones Ornnd t0aoampmeet Wyo May 13 The fennWyomlng Copper eompa nY1 m4tcr converter tnupVny ter minal tad crushers worn destroyed hy n tiro nollev CI to bare beast of In eendlary orialn Tho ions amounting to more than 100000 Ja covered by- hanrnne The buildings will be rF bunt at ones Aeeeptee by Committee Ttarlln May 1STht eottnwrel nvulim vlvendl IMolwo the ITnltixi RtattH and Germany which haa al ready iiaesed Its flint renting In the retch stag and which was referred to ooretniUe May 7 has b en aeceptrd- by the committee by twenty votes to ilKht Increeeed Capital eteek Columbus 0 May 13The Little Miami Uallroart company of ruxtntint hoe flied with thn secretary lII east- a eerltflente of Inenaae In It ntfilliil stock from 5000000 In 10000004 The wife of Akllilailea went to too Hurt i f tnens asking for a divorce Icier eUKinit niscnl of a hnsband heard rif It followed her picked her up In hh anus tarried her hoW and gave tier a wand tbrnBhlntt with the prom ise of another on the flr t recurring sign of insubordination Students Journal I Confaining Steety Notes of Corn I andTrtumpftt A I pin ZIII N w- In Alpha Zeta hull last Friday the regular monthly debate was the ftC ure of tile evenlug Music WM turn lobed by H OunWf which wee followed by a recitation b It Hofftjvin wWcU was both entertaining and lu atruoUve The question of the even lag WH ItaolreU That the dual aye Im of government otwiutlng noW 0ithe United Staten should 1m abillah d In fsvw of a strong central admlul tnulou The ddttultlhave been b4wen- eta IXJNKJCM gars oil n skit l iw ow leg to fnllnrc on the part of three of them It wus pmiMlrally Ji rd Uiwww Mr Spew for ilte affirm it vr turf Mess trItntl C Stlllwi ll for the- nedltlv whim Hide rvrntuiMy won out alton 8 miKw was well prtivMl attllwell and Mrae Itowrvr were mutest OB notnlnc out Uio 16 y trt ut fairly traap ro M tl4ra1 Overttmmt M eflMnet the filter of the Mrmtgly centralised fcorrrownit at Ctuldea Persia Rome sac The debate WM wy intarrettn M pKUir to a student of AnT1u a tn stttattoa for almond the whole rtMWW of the tottVr nulijpf woe Md opera tn delrea The taeisl Mrs Itnjiim IMmlr TAe detrate which WIlt to Mare taken pfken txxwc fl Iotii end Itvti 1rtp1 errirtlie May 8r4 eta Klvrn nQ the nth la the Inwer Itapl The qiee 4tiin under dfemuselat vrm ibaolvnd p- That the VIIod retie should wend open e the wiiwHta Affirm MIT ct Xii p+ N save lainka TII twiner oo the n live were R ib rrt Steam Toe Ceeetius ted na- dutrty on tlfe nmmltIvr were ho- stinerylwt111 r p R Therki- ean Owned sr ah fat tin Roft8- 1Wnre PI uti +t home on ntfInt of illness the rg 1 1ftI w w VI 541W whtt iMMlkMT t M TV armmtr na- hrth ddrw van very ie+ M1 tm4 the rf11IIIiIt4ye mmi to Kay the bui of ii tn4n th I LiIp nlthn ti1 s1Mt it fir A inn hed ls n up whlk lOarh 11 M11 cHwd fire mtnttts tO rbnnl end wMaa Mr the debt P It- IS hmtson wnentl nP not dlflkailt ul tell Heft Il 4a- KMpe was vie orIIJII The girls of ale O wheys Fyrpnl- sium cI 4U wrt 4IlehlfiNy rnv- prtwi tK the rl fl o BIM vm kw11 on Mytobty oJltlll tm evr rate le thn form of Imo nMh tel elk Mf ringing of the II bon nftotl air fun bitt bfofrtf iriv4Oa tbfee birtp tII ew were given fr Mrs OiWieV Said It Himself 1 MC the publldwn of your moat novel advent It M A splendid book to take eking who use to poles en a- railway journey YM If OBO ha It MM cannot ootngteiii of brtng unable to deep ea UM eats Now owtouiid you perhaps yonll admir that I have a MOM of humor h m tMSM t t +Knt KRQ 1tKyJJS DPttdetRMtatR eeMkaKeGrrttttPKxt I as WHO SAID GROCERIES she ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 or buys onllttd in person and talked on the subject to i iIao r roo 1- d 1a SftcR of Burekn Flour Best oo EarthssVh- ite11 Rose Flour per Seci 50 12 Pint Cups ts All orders taken before 10 oclock will bo delivered before noon All order taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon I Logsdons 41 UptoDate Grocery Store 11 tdphbt ttl htRKMvWSr3 svtyiAAitStlt AAfitSenkhSCAAdh O+O +O+OO+o rO +O+O+O+O+OO +O+ooO4o +O +O+O+OO+o+o+o- 3F Rti EoMova t + M 0 I for bu inuss1 iII Hats Groceries Hardware 1 ltO I I Country Produce Wanted ti i tcC RHODBS BUILDING BEREA KY 1+ y t Yte Q +o+O +o +O+O+O +O+O+PfO +O+0+OO +O+o+O+O+O +o4 O+O+O F0 +O+O 1- r C I A FUNERAL PYRE 1 WHERE SIX PERSONS MAY Bh BURIED filRLS FACE A HORRIFYING DEATH Young Artist Leaped to DeathHeavy- Lou In the Destruction of an Historic Building I Kansas Cltjr Mo May IFlro hero destroyed tho fivestory university liiilldlng at tho northwest corner of Locust and Ninth streets causing a property loss estimated at a of a million dollars One life quarterI lilt persons ore mUslng and burned In tho ruins and 16 persons core moru pr leas seriously Injured The debts Is still burning and can not bo searched The building was occu pied by Montgomery Ward Co as omen and by numerous artists and tniulclans who lot everything The known dead Goorga Da Mare lEd 22 an art Instructor Among the misilnjc Is Miss Maudo vjtteuorn piano teacher She was last seen at the window at her studio on the fifth floor Injured Miss Alexandria Blumherg I it Russian oountosi skull fractured may die Maud Speyer toil front lad Ur serious Mrs Eva S Boyle Sher Wan Ma tell from ladder severs J M Kralnsohfleld fireman leg Uroken William Van Duscn fireman iTlous Peter Karagnard violin teach er foil from fire eacape serious The fire started In tho basement In a quantity of twine In tho Montgom err Ward storeroom close to tho ele Ten minutes after tho fire 4valor out the flames began shooting tip tho elevator shaft and all escape Save by the fire escapee way shut off The halls quickly Oiled with a dense tmnkn and 10 mlnutea later tho first Are apparatus arrived on tho scene people crowded almost every window appealing for help while scores of then mostly women and girls filled the fire escape and were climbing wildly to the grotiftd George De Mare stied 3S years art lDinictor In the Central high school sad a portrait painter jumped from WI studio window on the fifth floor end WM picked up ds1d Miss Alexandria Blunfbor a Rue sian countess who came to America two years ago and had n studio on the fourth floor was overcome by emokc and carried from her room by a fire mss who started down a ladder with her The firemen below In their ox rltrnont turned a stream ot water on them knocking thorn from tho ladder MiM Blumberjc was ploked up un cAAMlotu suffering from a fractured skull and may die The fireman was badly Injured There wore many thrilling escapes RACING WITH TRAIN Machine Went Over an Embankment Crushing Miss Mass Anbury Park N j May GWhile racing with a Jersey Central railroad train between Point Pleasant and As bury Park an automobile In which Mrs 0 W Boyce and Miss Awllda Mass of Point Pleasant woro riding Will overturned and tIn Mess instantly killed Mrs Boyce wire of an automobile dealer in Now York City was rendered unconscious and was taken to her hone In Point Pleasant Just as the automobile WAS abreast rf tho locomotive and when both were going at tho rate of CO miles an hour Mrs Royce lost control of the auto mobile Tho machine swerved from the roadway went over an embank roftrit Into a swamp and overturned crushing Miss Mass Strike Breakers Ambushed New York May tt11le Italian strikebreaker who had been working on Hudson river piers In New York wore ambushed In Metropolitan avcnuo wniliuiisburg as they wore returning house by n crowd of strike sympa thizer who fought thorn with pistols clubs and stones It was one of he- reint vicious rlota that this city has Flt In years Scores were Injured on both sides Strike Breakers Desert Omaha Neb May DSIx cars flllod with strike breakers for use In San Francisco passed through Omaha over tho Union Paclflo A number of the men deserted here when they heard of tho fight In San Francisco between strikers odd nonunion men The men were recruited in Chicago Sl Loul9 Kansas City and Minneapolis Another lot will leave hero later In tho day Blaze In Brooklyn Home Now York May 9 Stephen Mather Wen a coReo broker of No 91 Wall treet was perhaps fatally burned his wlfq head her hack broken Miss Anna Dcpupan avisitoffrom the south was killed and a maid badly burned la afire which destroyed the Matherson Vrnmo a4 0189 Ocean avenue Flat bush Brooklyn Slain By His Sen McLcansboro III May BPern Lee chairman ot the Hamilton county hoard of supervisors died nt his home lit Flsnnlgan township Hla death war due to a Mow oa the head with a jilckcrtrf the hands of his son wltt whoa lie woa quarreling DeuglaM Indicted Neu lork May LAs Indlntmeut ol grand larceny on three sepatnto counts was reported by the grand jury against Wm 0 Douglass the aaslstaut Loan clerk ottbeTruatCo of Araarlrtq ehlirlet wllk seallaa seerleles MOTHER OF KIDNAPED CHILDREN FIRED FROM WINDOW FATALLY WOUNDING DETECTIVE Former Husband Fired One Shot at the Woman Inflicting Serl ous Wound tftlrmlnslmm Ala May 10Detee tive Samuel Hamilton of the firming ham pOllco Is dying and Mrs Annie Mngncas aged 30 years a handsome woman Is badly wounded as tho ro suIt of a shooting following a sensational attempt made by her former husbanil W E White ft druggist of Nashville Tonn and two detectives to kidnap her two children of whom White In tlip father White obtained a divorce from Mrs Magnoss over a year ago In Nnbhvllle and the children a boy aged C and a girl aged 4 respectively were awarded to him by tho court Tho mother and children who suddenly left Nash vlilo were recently located bore after she had been married again Arriving hero with a lawyer and detectives from Nashville Whlto engaged Detective Hamilton and the woman was located at Smithfield Mrs Majrnoss husband a traveling man was away White the lawyer and two detectives wmil to tho homo In a closed carrlago Detec lire Hamilton signaled when the chil dren came Into tho yard to play Then tho carriage was driven up Whlto and Detective J T Stout of Nashville alighted climbed the fence and each seizing a child made for the carriage Tho cries of tho children aroused the mother and just as tho little ones Were being bundled Into tho cab Mrs Magnets opened fire with a revolver from a window of her cottage At the flat roport Detective Hamil ton who with Attorney A B Ander son of Nashville was In tho vehicle receiving the children was shot through tho abdomen Tho women continued firing at her former bus band who na be sprang Into tho car riage fired one shot at her Inflicting a Redout wound after which the peril drown at n gallop to police headquar ters Mrs Magnest was arrested and liter taken to a hospital RABIES VICTIM Dashed Out His Brains Against the Bars of His Cell Gainesville Ga May JO Raring from hydrophobia A J hubby dashed out tilt brains against the barn of a cell In the county Jail HutscVwfls bitten a week ago by a pet dog Symptoms of rablo developed and two days ago feeling that ho was growing violpnt he asked to bo put In Jail After being confined ho rapidly grew worse and no one dared enter his cell Foaming at the mouth and gnashing his teeth ho began but Ung his head against tho bars with all his might and In a few minutes had dashed out his brains Hypnotist Kills Himself DM Moines la May 10A hypno tills love for tho daughtor of a bank president caused a tragedy In a hotel at Waverly when A II Keller shot himself to death Before ho sent tho bullet crushing Into his brain ho rang up Miss Hazel CMS the girl whom ho loved and sent this message to her at Sumner I am going to kill my self welter met the girl a week ago Ho was giving a performance at the Sumner opera house bwned by JW Cass father of tho young womun who is only 17 years of ago Made Desperate Struggle For Safety Montevideo Uruguay May 10Au official report from the government nu thorities on the spot says that all the passengers mostly Spanish emigrants of tho French steamer Ioltou wrecked oil Ban Jose Ignaelo wore rescued with the exception of 13 Seven ol those lire known to hove been drowned and MX are classed as missing An other report says that 22 persons per shed Some of the dead show bullet wounds apparently received during a desperate struggle for safety Killed Sixty Injured Chicago May 10Ono woman was killed and three score other persons wore injured In a wreck on tho Chica go Burlington Quincy railroad In the southwestern part of tho city The woman was Mrs Mary Miller widow of Thomas Miller formerly freight frame manager of the Burlington road Mr Miller died 18 months ago Full y CO passengers were more or loss serf ously Injured Lynching Party Indicted South McAIoster T May 10The grand jury In the United States courl hero returned Indictments charging J H Newmnn and John Williams oJ Durant Thomas Lawrence of ster rett and Seymour Tate of Texas with murder Thpy are charged with being the leaders of a mob tthlch hanged r negro Another Guilty Tampa Flav May iOWC Sprott Biareaul of Mulberry defendant la the seon1 of the peonage cases tried in the United States court was found guilty Dennett Indicted 4 New York May IQTho grand jury returned throe Indictments ngalnstO M Dennett the broken Each Indict mont charges grandlarceny They am based upon Dennett alleged corn plleUy with Douglass In the robber of the trust company Longshoremen Gain Victory New York May 10Thestrlktllf longshoremen gained Rectory whet the Savannah lino comitfonilsed vitt Its 600 employes Tfee pow terms art 25 cents on hour for wjek work if- soots for Sd oJoiyaad nlsit work Y THROUGH ROTTEN TIES WAS THE COACH HURLED AND THE ENGINE CRUSHED IT TWO KILLED AND FIFTEEN HURT The Trestle Where the Wreck Occurred Was One of the Most Dan gerous Places On the Road Maysvllle Ky May 11Two dead ten seriously Injured and five slightly injured was the result of tha worst wreck In the history of the Clu cinnati Flemlnpsburg Southeastern railroad which occurred three miles cast of FJomlngBburg when tho narrow gauge combination pasepngcr and freight train went through a COfoot trestle over Fleming creek The duart are Charles Thomas Cov Ington Ky An unknown traveling wan weight about 212 pounds The seriously injured D Rankin Covlnglon chest hips and head crush od dying Mrs Rankin crushed will die Baby Kankln head mashed legs mashed will die Clarence Browning FlemlugnVirg fireman head crushed Mat Bramble Flemlngsburg legs crushed and arms broken Addle New man Grange City 18 hip broken and internally Injured urd Moore Flcm Ingiburg engineer Internally Injured Charles Dudley Flemlngsburg aaflst ant superintendent of road head cut and leg broken Mae Itawllns aged H a tms and kg broken The wreck was caused by time col lapo of the rotten timbers in the bridge as the engine entered from tho east side and before Engineer Moore could chock the train tho wooden struc ture the engine passenger mach and freight car dropped In a pile Into tho creekthero were 17 persons on tho train and nut one escaped Injury Those slightly injured were brought here where tho homes of the rest drnts were thrown open and they were so scattered that only a partial list could be secured Within 20 min tiles after the wreck 300 people from this city were on the grounds Women converted themselves into nurses and physicians from Ellznvllle Ewing ML Carmel and Poplar Plaint were summoned to attend the suffer ing Lake Dudley general manager of the road wax one of the first nt the scene and with the assistance of the farmers living near the wreck tho dy- Ing and Injured were brought here without delay The trestle where the wreck occurred was regarded as ona of till most dangerous places on the road In fact was looked on as a deathtrapOne most striking features of the wreck was that the Illfated train was a funeral train bearing the corpse of Tlanklns brother from Covington to Hlllsboro to be interred The corpse was mangled almost beyond recogni tion A MALE HEIR Was Born to Queen VIctoriaWill Se Called Alfonso Madrid May 11A male heir war born to Queen Victoria at 124 oclock The advent of the royal in fant was something of a surprise at the court physicians had announced only two days ago that the event might not be expected for about two weeks The young prince was Immediately proclaimed successor to the Spanish crown and to the title of prince of the Asturlas Ho will bo called Alfonso It was reported to tho court dlgul tories that tho queen and the child were doing well Queen Victoria in spite of the custom to tho contrary and opposition on the part of members of the royal household will nurse the child herself- The baby prince weighs 3900 grams which Is equal to 8 pounds 9nowatormM- eadville Pa May ItSnow li falling hero lato Friday night with prospects that by morning tho ground will bo covered to a depth of several Inches Business District Gone Gainesville Fin May 11Two thirds of the business district of Now berry Alachula county the most im portant town In the phosphate belt was burnoi with a loss of 100000 Found In the Ruins Kansas City May 11Tbo hotly oi Miss Aurora Wlllebort the artist who lost her life In the destruction by fire of the University building was recov trod from the ruins Seven Buildings Burned Capo Glrardeau Mo May ItThE business section of Gibson lies been fil ature dropped front 84 In tho afternoon seven stores and two residences were destroyed Freezing In Nebraska Norfolk Nob May 11Tho temper aturo droped tram 84 In the oftornoor to freezing point early Friday it Northern Nebraska and South Dakota Bad freight Wreck Shelby Mass May 11ln t rear end collision between two eastbound freight trains on the Fitchburg dlvla fpn of tho Boston ft Malno railroad hero a flremnn was seriously Injured mud SO cars and the freight house were burned Loss 100000 Cached In a Box Car Topeka ins May l1W Co Fut ton who shot end fatally wounded hit wife Ia hc streets of Wichita Is report lnrouRdQtIRa box car bycltl fttitsot that place and a pitched toUUi Is In progress THE PRICE OF A BROKEN SWITCH THIRTYNINE HUMAN LIVES ANC MANY INJURED Hot Water System of the Train Burst Literally Cooking Many of the Passengers Alive Santa Barbara Cal May 13AI least 39 human lives lost a score or more persons injured some fatally and enormous property lossthis le- the fearful price paid for a detect In a switch which hurled a Shrlners special on the Southern Pacific coast lino from the rails at Honda What followed completely unnerved men caused women to swoon and even the surviving members of the crow hard ened by calamities In their railroad ex porlence to weep weep because it seemed their only relief It was the worst disaster lu the history of the Southern Pacific coast line and pos sibly since trains began to thread the westNot a chance did the victims have In an Instant after tho feaful plunge over 30 were dead crushed into al most unrecognizable forms Fire fol lowed burning the bodies of tho life lose and killing the Injured who might have been saved though they were pinned down by splintered timbers twisted steel and great masses of other debris Adding to the horror the hotwater system of the train burst Scalding steam and water literally cooked many of the passengers alive Male victims begged to be killed They wished all efforts directed at rescue dlrcctedto tho Imperiled women The greatest share of deaths came la the Rajah Temple of Reading Pa Men and women who came to Califor nia from Reading with joy la their hearts will return with almost a Score ofdeadThe Reading killed are divided among Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Many of the Injured died on thn special train en route to places of succorHonda Is merely a spot on the map IlII situated on the lonely sand wastes of the Pacific beach Few live there It has no Importance But Honda sprang Into world prominence In a single day It Is now Honda tho death trap Tho terror and turmoil of tho scene wore Indescribable Many of them who escaped Instant death by the first im pact were crushed under the wreckage WAITED TILL VICTIM SLEPT Then MotherlnLaw of Albright Shot Him to Death Maysvlllc Ala May 13lormk Al- bright A loading merchant of this place was shot to death as he lay in bed In his homo In a drunken sleep by his motherinlaw Mrs Sarah Con nally v Time woman used a doublebarreled shotgun loaded with buckshot and she put tho contents of both barrels Into the sleeping mans head tearing It to pieces Albright wont to Huntsvlllo and re turned homo drunk When ho reached homo he began to abuso his wife and two children and ran them from home Ho tried to make Mrs Connally leave but tho motherinlaw refused Albright then fell across tho bed and was soon asleep Mm Connally has been arrested She admits she killed Albright and says that he was a brute and deserved to die BURIED HIS DEAD PLAYMATE Under Leaves After Tragedy That Followed Boyish Quarrel Brunswick Maine May 13Chor Uhlng resentment over a boyish quar jol which took place two weeks ago Sydney Treble 15 shot pnd kill ed Morris Heath aged 18 years in Bowdolji Hall The crime was not die covered until M S Heath father of the murdered boy found tho body bur led under leaves at tho edge of a swamp Problc was arrested and Im mediately confessed Couple Drowned During Gale La Crossg WIs May 13Whllo 1200 people watched them from tho there V Vancamp E O Ellsworth and Rosa Wright Attempted to cross the Mississippi In a small rowboat A 30mlloanhour gale was blowing and the waves overturned tho trail craft Vancamp and tho girl wore drowned but Ellsworth managed to cling to tho overturned skiff until he was rescued Whole Block Burned Mobile Ala May 13 Advices Just received hero say that one business block was burped and It Included some of the largest mercantile houses In Boas Del Toro Panama Total loss estimated at 250000 Construction Foreman Killed Bristol Tenn May 13Fo1lx Kldd 28 years of age a foreman for the Me Arthur Brothers Construction Co was shot and killed at Alta Pass N C The presumption 1s that Kldd was killed by an enemy Fire Lose 100000 Chicago May 13 A loss estimated at 1100000 was caused by the burning of a fourstory building on Desplalnos street occupied by the Chicago Feather Duster Co Tho fire Is thought to hav9 been duo to an explosion of oil ann adjoining building Victim of Murderer New York May 13 Missing little more than halt an hour to bo found then murdered his head crushe4 In and his body hlWen in a clump ot bushes was the cf 4year mil i An drew Matamoy ot Cedar Grove N J I uss STATE ODDS AND ENDS r COURT ENCOURAGES THE WETS First Second Third and Fourth ClassI Cities Have Separate Say Frankfort KyThe court of appeals handed down a local option decision and it contained some encouragement for the wets in first second third and fourth class titles The case was Yates County Judge vs Nunnclly from Georgetown The court says M makes no difference if a local option election has been held In cities of these classes within three years before an election Is ordered in the whole county but that county judges must fix the dale of the election for the whole county at such time as will give citizens of tho city a reasonable time to file appli cation for a separate electIon on the fame day as the city that If an etcc tlon Is ordered for the whole county Hi necessarily Includes any city fn the county and unless a petition for a sop orate vote Is filed the result of the election In the whole county applies to tho city as well as other territory In the county The decision simply means that no sharp practice can be Indulged In to prevent cities of the classes mentioned from holding a separate election tf they wish as contemplated by the county unit law adopted last year SIGNATURE FOUND Which May Mean Millions to the Fisher Family Lexington KyNiss Phoebe Ross teryof OrfcrdsvlIIe WIs secretary and recorder for the Fisher family In the United States has Just discovered at Harrodsburg Mercer county the signature of Adam Fisher which she says will establish the title of herself and relatives to an estate valued at 01000000 In Germany Miss Roasltor had been looking for the nlgnature In many titles where there are relatives but In vain Adama Fisher and Bar nett FIshor were residents of Culpep er county Va early In tho last con tury and later came to Kentucky with another brother Thero was another Adam Fisher In Culpepor county Va and his relatives are now making a fight for the estate It was Adam Fisher of Kentucky who founded tho groat German estate The wills of Adam Stephen and Barnett Fisher were found on file at Harrodsburg Adams filed In 1312 Stephens in 1817 and Barnetts in 1524 She copied Adams will traced his signature and left at once for Virginia ManHunters on the Trail Henderson KyT D PedIgo and T J Gundtff detectives from Louis vllle arrived In Christian county For the next few weeks they will makn their headquarters at Hopklnsvlllo where they will investigate the flu merous outrages committed by the night raiders Reunion of U C V Louisville KyCol Young commanding the Kentucky division Ui C V and Col Milton adjutant general have baited a general order calling attention to tho reunion to be held May 30 and 31 and June 1 2 and 3 The Kentucky division will go to Richmond Va in a special train Looks Dark For Pharrls Lexington KyGov Beckham was petitioned by the Maccabees not to pardon Fred Pharrls convicted of tho murder of Fred Ketterer and son tenced to the penitentiary for five roars It Is said that every Maccabee rent in Kentucky will send similar petitions to Gov Bockham Night RaIders Again Sanders Ky tfhe largo tobacco warehouse of W A Shirley Bros was destroyed by fire tho work of an Incendiary Tho warehouse contained 200000 pounds of tobacco valued at 530o00 on which thoro is insurance of 16000 The owners handle tobacco for the Society of Equity Minister In the Works Louisville KyItov A J PIttman of Brandenburg a young Jiaptlst mInt later who had been attending tho Southern Baptist theological seminary was sentenced to 30 days In the work house for having caused his wife to Jump from the secondstory window of their apartments Big Elevator Burned Louisville KyThe grain elevator of the Caliban 8c Sons flour mills was destroyed by fire Loss 75000 Capt Martin Joyce of the fire department cut an artery In his right hand while attempting to break in a window and nearly bled to death before he was found The Vanished Stewardess Paducab leThe body of a young woman found In the Tennessee river aear hero Is thought to be that of Miss Rcblc C Woodruff stewardess on tha Henrietta who disappeared mysterl ously whltetho crow was at supper Date Fixed for Fair Loslngton KyAt a meeting of the directors of the Blue Grass Fair association held here the date for the fair hid year was fixed for August 13 to 19 The Harrodsburg1 date was con flitting and that association agreed to stand aside Novelist Killed In Fire Louisville CvA telegram received hero announces tho death In a flrt In Brooklyn N Y of Mrs Anna Chase pioppeu the Louisville novelist tad poet She was the niece of th Me Chtet Justige pa19ata pCIlasc t LOST BY HEAVY MAJORITY But Drys at M sayville Maintain Their Courage Maysvllle Kone of tha greatest bays in the history of this 126yearold town has gone and the fight of the citizens against the saloon Is lost For wlnghftlJkepting and Indefatigable work Btrlrlnff to convince the people that tinshould abolish the liquor houses The adherents of the drys started at 530 a m with prayer services ors the porches of residences opposite polls while fn nearby yards were tenor from which women workers dlspenxeir hot coffee sandwiches and other edt blew to all who would partake The wets had worked their side on the met Tlu rn lirA arc Totfngprpclncts In the city and the drys carrfml the Sixth onfy They had expected to carry the Fifth and Third also gut of 1600 votes cast the wets poltel 973 mak lag their majority JfS Throngs of school chtTrfreu led bj prominent men and women headed by B band marched all day through the thoronshfares hundred of flags flub tered fn the air with dozens of baa ncrffoa each of which was Inscribed Babies or Bottles WIre or Whisky Home Hope and Heaven Hell Heath endom or Hades Lets Close the Whisky MUTe and others ad fuflnttum The greatest crowd of Mason county citizens fn Mayaville for years came la and the streets had the appearance of a festival but the Intense Interest dev pitted on their countenances clearly showed how much at state the court try folk had DEBT OF 53 Prompted the Negro to Blow Off His Former Employers Head y Lexington Ky Newton Yea 401 a farmer of Todds road was called from his field and shot to death by Robert Hawker a negro formerly em ployed by him The negro fled and has not been captured Intense excitement prevails in the community where Veal lived and threats of lynch ing are hoard on all sides The assas sination was the result of illfeeling over a debt of 53 owed to Veal by the negro A week ago when the negro left a dispute came up as to the settlement and Veal threw a rock at him The negro drove to the farm of Veal and finding him at work In a field near tho house asked him to come to the road saying Im ready to settle Veal walked Into the trap When he arrived at the road tho negro without a word reached behind the seat and pulling out a shotgun fired at Beats head Veals head was blown off NOVEL SIGHT WITNESSED Steamboat Rode High and Dry on the Log Raft Catlettsburg KyTh novel sight of a steamboat riding high and dry on alog raft was witnessed by scores of people here There Is a big Umber run out ot the Big Sandy river and 9 large fleet of log rafts broke away from the men In charge and swept out into the Ohio carrying before It the steam er Natchez The boat was crowded against the city wharfboat and then stuck until the raft worked under it when the whole mass broke loose and swept down the Ohio the steamer be- Ing carried almost out of water The fleet was landed about threw mites below town Accuser Indicted Padiicuh KyJohn Morgan ot Blue Pond who testified at Hlcknian against Deputy United States Marshal Wads Brown charged with shooting Harri son Bowley a bootlegger was hlmsell Indicted for bootlegging there on the testimony of a witness he had Intro dared to swear against the officer Lightning Struck Tobacco Barn Maya vl lie Ky Georga Debold and George Gallbway farmers living at willow Grow were strucK by a bolt of lightning and instantly killed When the storm came up they and a number of other men sought shelter In ato bacco barn on the farm Their cornJpanlons escaped unhurt Accused of Fals Registration Cynthlana Ky Accused of fats4eregistration Willlnu Russell Cincinnati as his home was arrested hero on a warrant sworn out by the local option committee Russell Is ac cused ot having registered Illegally In the second ward last Saturday Purging the Town Danville Ky Daavlllo citlneaa dew ebbed to rid the city of every Reese of ill repute With the mayor and chief of police they visited every glade at that character and the owners when onlered to leave the city within 10 days Puts a Price On Em Bowling Green KyMra Vtrgle OBrien formerly of this city fll 4 eatt In the circuit court against Mrs V o ens Scott widow of H B Scott aakli 10003 damages for alleged atlesatfera of the affections ot her husband John F OBrien Noted Moensblne Raider London Ky Charles M Ra4il t4 this city one of the moat noted steer shim irJders ta the Ilate died at ilii horae ot Stephen Rex soar her H served as general deputy calUcioi serge 12 or 1R y arsj t nlolololololo East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get NowhereII i Jlo eorrwixmdenc jaMtihe nlttt aimed IB full by tile writer Tile name iIenot for publication blat U an vrUnet of food Mth Wdte pUlalr o oolopololololotolo oloeololololololololoMADISON DRKYFU9 May 1OWo are having somo very rolnr weather which Is putting the farmers behind with their crops Mrs JUlnnlo Haser visited her brother Wm Jones a few days last week Johnnie Walton 06 Drassficldi spent Sunday and Monday with his undo and aunt Mr and Mrs M Val ton Miss MIna Jones who was very sick last week Is somewhat bettor Mr David Block of near Colllor made several calls In this neighborhood this week Mr Wm Jones and George Hurd went to Richmond last Tuesday on business Mr Speed MoKeolwn and family visited George Hurd and family last Spnday JACKSON COUNTY arAurDKN May ITho fruit was nearly all kill ed by the recent frosts Rats are giv ing the people a great deal of trouble la this vicinity killing young chick ensThe Sunday afternoon singings at Mt Gllead conducted by W A Cope and It M Ward are progressing nicely and are well attended H C Ward has his new store In front of the postofflce nearly completevhE3 trldgo Jones our local picture men have Just returned from a trip to lIar lan county and report good success w X Cope of this place Is a mail Idhto for representative fnom this dis trict composed of Clay Jackson nntt Owsley counties Mr Cope Is a self made young man of excellent char acter a teacher and In every wny nn excellent young man It Is Jackson countys time this year to nomlniUo a a candidate on the republican ticket for representative In the legislature nndwa feel that the republicans could do no better than to nominate Mr Copra lie will hi will be almost un Cope He wilt be almost unanimously supported by the voters of his own magisterial district BANI OAP May 8 James Wlllliros beddfed a bushel and ono half sweet potatoes Mrs James Williams Is still on the sick list Sickness Is somewhat on the decrease herLE E Durhiun anI wife have returned from Wind Give where they have been visiting Mrs Durhams parents Job a Kerby who went to Colorado on account of ill health loss returned home much Im proved Ills many friends ore delighted to see hint at hour again Mrs L M McGuire visited her parents J R Durham and wife Sun day night and visited Mrs E E Durham of near Narrow Flat Monday Mrs A P Gabbard contmoplatos visiting relatives at Oneida Clay county in the near futureMlsa Louse Isaacs of Wind Cave Is visiting her sister Mrs E E DurlrmIt is announced that George Kerby and Bottle Harrison two prominent society folks will be married tomorrow Their many friends wish them a smooth and pleas ant Journey thru IlfaJ G Durham left Sunday for Wayne Illinois to see about an order of pictures he sent oft some time ago Jim rays his business Is too flourishing to rely on the railroad and he will Just run the thing himself Harry Gabbard who is in school at Borca is expected home to attend the KerbyHarrison woodingI PVERORRICN May 11A Sunday School was or ganized at the Campbell Schoolhouse on the state rood last Sunday with Ed lake aa superintendent and Linda Ballard assistant W M Campbell secretary Robert Allen troosur erTho United States Marshals tore up the last moonshine still on Horse Lick the 8th of this monUlR P Jones J W Jones Ed M Jones and Archa Bundy started for Richmond this morning to attend court Green lake and his sister Lone attended church at Rod Hill Saturday and Sun if dayJ W Jones made n flying trip to Brush Greek Thursday Wm F Rose Cash Griffon Louise Griffon and Joble Inke returned from London Thursday Bradley Gabhord visited friends at Evergreen Suunday L D Martin rays old Job and Punch can pull eight tics over any road MIDDLE FunK May IWe have had a nice tide in the river this week and the menu are oil busy floating logsoney and lion Tussey Does Wilson and Delbert Cole attended church at Letter Box Sunday night Jako Gabbard Jr of Hurley vtolted at Wes Angels SundaySun Roberto had a big log rolling Wednes dayRobert Tussey mode a Hying trip to Livingston Tuesday Quite a large crowd of young folks were eater talifed at Wes Angels Sunday tRev James Baker tilted his regular appoint meat nt this place Sunday There was quite a large crowd in1 attendance The Sunday School woo also organ fzooWoo Apgel went to Livingston Saturday on tislneaj RUe Nathan b Grover Gabbard of Hurley landchurch at this place SutuJny Tussey of near Indian Creek his mother Mrs Lenin Tussey day evening Johnnie Molt nnd Carpenter of Dingo visited this place Sunday Nino Angel little son Joe vtotteff at Dud SaturdayMr D O Cols nnd are the happy parents of a fine born May 3rd OLIN Qlay 11Wo are having some weather at present The finmrs wanting to see the rain atop ro oan go to putting oornMr Isaacs of Aaavlllt la hauling from this ptaco to P r ek Chas Medloek of this place his to Hamilton 0 where he will most of the summer Dana son of this place is vMtlag her Mrs Dan Firria at Phs this kQullo a Virgo tended church at Mr read Mrs Stewarts Saturday nigh and Blooming Grove Chnrchh use Miss WOo Medloek of this place ited her friend Mia M gle T at Turret last Saturday nr litt ported a nice time Mlas Con was the guest of her eosin Mls King Friday evening Mr I Itawart of this place nude a trip to Annvllla Frtiy Miss Lizzie Siyler was the her friend Ida King Sunday Mrs Rachel Robbie lit Indian Is visiting her daughter Mrs ling this week PINK ROSE BUD AND LBAVHS- FOXTOWN May SE P Usher and busily fled at Wm LAkea SUOOSJ Baker ass thru here taking HP isst week The tie trade awtm getting dull Dovle hikes to with her sitter M L Fox this Giles Maud and Mr Wlllfcwi were the guests of Mr and Mrs se Baker lt Sunday Rev Ward preached at the Wind Church Saturday sal Sunday io onpveattoua Farmers la this borhood are getting behind with rope somewhat there has bet much rslna P Bkfr tail a hacking Wednesday the Uu Fox of this place boa gone to ton Ohio to snftnd the summer wish him a seed tliw Dora ulna Mr A B Pox a boy on the IIUIILKY May 10 We ban been much rain during the last taw end farmers are getter behind their work Jake Riley Grovar Nathan Gabbard attended church Old Union Sunday Mrs Dom of near Bradshaw visited her Mrs Klzzle Hurley Saturday and Sunday Jlr and afr W M bard and children of this place Mrs tlabbarda parents dir and P Marcum of near Wwrtta Mrs Ixitha Gabbard and ter Vlrgle visited Mrs W M ley Wednesdays Ira Susan J son who bus been sick so long better Tho Infant son of Mr Mrs Jake Marrls has been vory for several days Uncle Jake O anti David Gabbird killed two Wednesday for killing sheep killed a fine ewe belonging to John Moore worth S00 KEnny KNOH May 13Wo are glad to see roather fair again and people planting their cornr and Mrs bert Powell and little daughter ed Mr Pete Powell and family day nightMr Dan Click lost horse the other day ftllss Mamie llama and sister spent Saturday week with Miss Mumlo Smith Ibm Powell had a log rolling Thursday and had several hands didnt get all his logs rolled iMr Mrs Walter Willlama visited Mr Williams and family Saturday George Kerby and Miss Bottle on were married last Thursday wish thorn a long and hi py Miss Mary Kerby spent Sunday Myrtle ClickMr and Mrs Geo son visited Mr Jamee Click nnd fly Saturday night Mntnio spent Saturday night with Miss Reece Little Hettle Powell Jcesio Click Sunday night Rev Menxmons and Rev Mr Mtobly their regular appointments nt Knob Sunday and Rev Joe Silver Creek visited them Mr teece acruitdr of stealing n clothes on his way from whoro ho took his Insane ter to the asylum was arrested rlday and taken to be tried ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nooicFonu May 13Wo are having swte leather now Saturday arid day there was preaching at Fair Miss Vlrgle Marthvitited her nail air ha B lout r M I I tr ore sn B lc of cous the tar hit vi Jr la ID all Dj of ut ra Ui of a at of ea ofj x of r a t r r i ls r la v t t services for Robert Morrlssn the first Christina mlMtoiwry to Cliltin were held at the V M a A Sunday after neonA M FUnory A J Gibbu awl MrtwlUh Gabbard were In C1n rlnnml Sttiirday on lQHLThA ar- m11 meeting of the Y bl C A wiv held List Monday nlalit and resulted In Ute rlictlnn or five directors The pnopoetlon to increase the mmblW ship of the award if dlrecora fame fifteen to twenty f6ve errl ri wUlmi oppoahlon A frillllat enfilaa mn Into a pssaeBger train Iliuraday nrarnin even miles aiuUi of Hcmiiltaix One Sun tans klllrd outright md three others seriously Inured The man who ws killed wui Thimtw Klrgf- a native of Herat Ivy hot till a allot lime ago his home wot in FniMlttor Ivy lie boarded wltlrlita aunt Mrs Nancy IXtrka at SpringdAla pike this olty until lest Bnwiaj when he went o IrorjtUle to learn the C 11 D road renra4my to taking a host lion with that ewninny lids body will be taken to Kentucky lor baibl The wreck was oiuseil by a dirty fog The paperaaahero of the a C lUpsi Cb wore out on a strike during Ute last WMk lljtli nillla vise shut town ill week AH noonnkin amiilofaaa ra iXMtnl and roalve wma tie iinuaL At a canferemw which MBted Into SA splay night between the repreaenta ilvra of UM company sail the lataran itonil Pjfternukera Union it was igreed to salt off the strike That the mills would gradinlui eatabllalt th sight hour shifts and that all nuttora iBwlvwl wouM be sailed aallaftatory Both milla belay work as teach Mon Say There was a union meet lag ot the YovRC Mena Biofharhowr ot the various ohwrekM of HnmlVtm at tile Y M C1 lat VrUa night lev Cant pastor of tha Waateilotste reabytortaa Cbureb Dr tiller Of the lit Baptist Cemrth Juilga Balden IUlel otJrcllJDO Itartlow a hen living north of Hamilton xraa imrderatl Taeaday herDOI Several nips who laid been ftahlac slag tile bt reaarrotr band tit old tana Iyto dead la the shack where be lived it- htI urn nil lat aliauWar sad thaw were tuna open with shot and leb- right hand jurtblly tora off In thhe same iwi erThe InrinatrW Biarlia iMgwe games oa A ronky Aftamoia retches aa tohbwa Amrkn Frog tad Switch C Wishers Sale Co 5 lerringIUll Marvin it HunHtnn laeblM Nol Oa 7 Hoorar Owen- A Reolaekler Ii Black 4 CanuMa A- The Nllea Tool Work Tau ftnlled to ppearflur a aume with the AmertetH Ian OoDnMiiya teen awl the MM utirfbrbtted to the ItWar 9 to 0 c The Scrap BookV At NapleonTomb An American was being shown the tomb of Napoleon Aa the IoiiiacVMU guide referred to the various points of Interest lu omnaeUon with the tomb the American irld tho greatest alien tie to all that waa mkl This Immense sarcophagus do lalmed tho guide weights forty teas naldo of that ear la a steel receptacle volghlivg twelve tone and Inside of that U a leaden casket hermetically scaled weighing over two tens In sfdeof that rests n mahogany ooliln containing tho remains of the greet manFor n moment the American was sl lent as It in deep meditation Then ho said H seems to mo that youre got him nill right If he over gels out cable rue nt my oxpenseSuccoae- oVull AND ovnn AOAIN flay over again and yet once over again That thou duet love me Though the wont Itpeotcd- Should seem a cuckoo Bong as thou dMt treat it Remember never to the hill or plain Valley and wood without her cuckoo strain Comes the fresh spring In all her green completedBeloved the darkness greeted fly n doubtful spirit voice In that doubt pain Cry Spook onco mora thou lovotl Who can fear Coo many stare though each In heaven nlinll roll Too many flowers though each shall crown the year Say thou dost love me lovo mo love me toll The sliver Iterance only minding dear To lovo mo also In cllenco with thy loull Elizabeth Barrett Browning Honesty aa Qqod as Sobriety Gear of Iowa was a candidate tor congress Tho Prohibition sentiment was running high In lila district cello tally among the Quakers who held n meeting to which they Invited Mr Gear Ho accepted We learn said the chairman to Mr Goal that theo does not belong to nny temperance society nUll that thee does take a drink when it please thee That Is true replied Mr Gear without hesitation Theo Is very frank said the Quak er 11 do n6t llko thy habits but I do Ilic thy honesty Perhaps we shall rot able to vote for lhee And Gear got the Quaker vote All Ha Asked Stephen A Douglas was very do- onstrntlvo In his professions of friendship One tiny ho sat down on Beverly Tuckers knee nnd throwing his arm around the Virginians fthoul der saidBev uldji9yaI love yol ROYAL Baking Powder is indispen 0 sable to the preparation of the finest cake hotbreads rolls and muffins are sometimes importuned to buy cheapHousekeepers powders are lower priced are they inferior- Is it economy to spoil your digestion PastryCookcontininj valuable cooking re- celptsfne tojvery patron postal card your full address ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO gCW II ilattliiasss1 lutkijt Rtil JifU- alwnya lore moT Yea Hovwrly I surly will But i ow4ata l Tucker will yet lovo ma wlutn yen pet to bo praatdontV Indeed I will What do you wotit mo to do for your Well said Tucker all I wit you to do then Is to pick out sews pUblte place and iwt your arm around wy nock Just mi you ore doing now end Mil me lea Seneca on the WilY of God Why does God afflict the boat of teen with III health or sorrow er ether Iron blest I1tJN1tIIO in the army the most snarls serviced an naalicaad to UM bravest BukUora A jwowal seals his thokcat troaps to attack UM enemy In 1 midnight ambnsrade to reconaaltpr his tine of laarcli er to driva Ute hostile earrhwtM tram their strong iihiea None of these men rays M to beglaa his march filet jQaDeral trna dealt hardly with met bet MJlII has Judged WIll ut no Lot those who aw bidden to eat far whAt atakait tie waak and coward ly weep ear llkewtea Gal baa thought ns wwrtby subject OH when to UT tow tenth anCTarltie human nature can endure Well Up In Geography Where was Christ bornr asked the toacbar of Willie Willie AxlenMl awhile Ithlln IIhlttlBRtith Alauch dbuukr Mnuch Ohunkr oielalwwl the teacher You ought to woW better than that Why tlttlo Gcoraio know whom Christ was born Where was Christ born GoergJof And the ebrlll treble of the fouryear old answered ItetWehaar Thats sight MM the teacher WallM MM Wine pouting I know It was somewhere OH the LehIGh Valley rallwayP Health IB Holiness health IB the ItotlnoM of the iKMly Girls uliotjlil bo ax much ashamed of Illness brought on by tbolr own oily is of being whliipcit by tho Jeoclier for dlsobodlonec Mm Clioncy Absence of Mind Dr Jenkins of Stanfonl university ii head professor of the department of toology He Is often profoundly oIl torbed In the problems of his profas dUll Ho was reading ono ovcnlrfg after Inner when his wife approached and touching him on the shoulder remark ed soflly Oliver Mr anti Mm Until J sodlustroot Tie professor compiled without n murmur An hour later when the viII tore had been In the house SOniC time I mawentJctnlneJ Dr Jenkins Sho found him In bed calmly Bleeping Ob to bo sure the llrnnnorsl ha bald when she nwnkcncd him Ill IHI right down I must have forgotten what I came for when I removed my coat for I kept right on undressing and went to bed Ounbara Resignation Inul Laurence Dtinlmr while he wni dying of consumption contributed to Llpplncotts this sermon of resigns tlounccauxo I had loved eo deeply Because I had loyal no long Gal In tats went compassion Gave mo tho gift of song Because I had loved so vainly And sung with such faltering breath The Master In Innnit mercy Otters tho loon of donut Owonsboro 13frhb Roy W p Ar i CuBorland h1 n a cull to tho Prfcabytprl church at Byansvljlo v It Is related of the mother of tlio poet Gootlio that alto happened to ro zclro an Invitation to n party when an her deathbed from some one wbo did not know that Rho was III She llms replied to it time Goethe is tor ry that she cannot accept your invita lion as eho is engaged dying Alum is used in some bklnipW ders anti in most of the phosphate powders cheap nnd makes n nlum is n 1KHa1ledJtaken in rood acts the stomach liver and YORK Berea College Fair FOR Fireside IndustrielrWill bo hold Juno f 1007 tho College Commencement Day iu JtooniH80 and 37 Industrial Building llond the list of premiums and prepnro to make nil exhibit If you should not tithe n premium you can show your skill and have a chance to sellsomething TAKE NOTICE RHlriIHUY be rustle at any time from HOOK lo 1 P M on Tues dug June 1 19U1 or from 7 A M Io in it M Wtflllt3111 June L1007 rift peal rtilertil for premiums mtul have been shade since lout 1006Homoin our Itat of premiums may bo exhibit J ed nnd offered for sale Wo offer fine premiums for hickory or oak split baskets melon elMpod Tliero in quito n demand for such baskets if uoHmndo The slew of such should not be over the half bushol basket and 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