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Digital page images are linked to the text file. geiereega teiett eelN- BEREA1 PUaLIsHINO CO i 0 INVOR1OKAn l AVERT O18KPhL Manager iI 111M Jlnsatperraryauco it Jau IlCUjltnGttlr j eoeoeooe eoeoeoeoeoeoeoo- IVol VIlI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 23 107 Ono Dollar a year No 40 fl NEWS DOE THE WEEK SIllersJ1ar Bad In Europe Kentueky Building s Bedlcitad at the JtmestewN Ex hleltleii Chairman Drown of tho Ohio Ho publican Committee gave out an In tervlew In Toledo an which ho served notice on Senators Koraker and Dlck that Ohio Is for Tuft and that the pro sent la a good time for them to get Into tho hand wagon Cossack at Ixxllz RUlliIan Poland following an attack by terrorists on a mall wagon fired Into a party of factory officials and employees killing twentyone and wounding fortyseven persons Reports generally from European countries are to tho effect that the outlook for the grain crop Is gloomy and that the present high prices are Justified by the conditions 4 Lost Friday Doonestraro the Kentucky State Ilulldlng at tho Jamestow Exposition was formally dedicated Kentucky la said to have the most un Iquo bulldlnr on tho ground It 111m exact reproduction of Daniel ltoono0 old fort which was built in Madison county Tho movement to secure the next Democratic National Convention for Ixmlavlllo was formally started nt a dinner given In that city In honor of Thomas Taxsart Chairman of tho Democratic National Committee The dinner was given by the Commercial Club which pledged tOOO to any Clt len Committee toward securing the big convention for Louisville Urey Wood lIOn Secretary of the National Democratic Committee made an ad dress In which he said that Louisville had more than an oven chanco to 80 cure tho convention tom the retorts of tho sentiment which Keems to govefiT Oil dellBenT lions of tho two General Assemblies of the Presbyterian hurch I C would npixmr that the krfy hole rut oxprottflwl by the speakers so tAr is an effort toward a complete union of all the branches uf that religious body A college for men and women over sixty years of AId Intended to turn ish courses of study which will make the later years of life Interesting is to be opened in Chicago early lit June A newly invented motor and railway car running on a single taU and kept In balance by an application of the gyroscope principle has been ex hibited In London I PltESIJENTS OFtICE- B E I E A KY X I tITlE CITIZE3NC Rugs Made at Berea Thin shows a few of the rugs mado at the Industrial Department at Bercn These are woven iu beautiful shades of green brown and blue combined with white and many are sold to people in the north and gnat who love this kind of handworkrModel Schools Exhibition The following program was well given in the College Chapel last Tuesday night Those who took purt and especially Prof Edwards and the others who assisted in preparing the program are to bo congratulated on its success i Grand March lly nil tho Schools The lords prayer Clmtited by tlio Schools Song Cotne Fnlrlof- lllccltatlon Jr 7Ui and BtlilGnulOB Llltlo Phil SnumnUm FISt Song Dip tho Oar Sr iUl Griulo Division I KxerclnoTlio Bird Array Jr llli Gnulo Sonjj Mny Time Jr4U halo Physical Culture Exorcise Jr 6th and QUI Grades Sonjf Finger Lullnby Primary School Ilocitntlon Tho Klilo of Jennie Mo ell Wzzto Coopor Exorcise in Homo Sclonco Sr BUt Qmds ttirlH Song A Gypwy Song Jr Ctli nnd OUi Grades PlijHlenl Culture Song Mnrolilng Thru Georgia Primary School Exercise on tho Civil Vnr 8th Grade Sr Division XI- Caiiitoa of the warn Northern b Southern flan of lhowara Northern ub Southern lirllllnnt Campaigns n Nortlrarit b SouUtorn What rtvfwnr settled- SongOld ClKfrjr Sr 7U CJmdo DivlalQn J ItooItnUon Wion Compmiy comas ttour Houlfe feud K hynnjs AcHoaExorolHo Who MlliMGboJt Jfoblirt PrimnrSalia- oSgjKrui luyltftjLlviU Sr AUI and OUi Gnwles- Vfnwi Drill Boys of the Sr 8th Grade Division I Song Tlie Little Brown Church in tho Vale atria of the Sr 8lh Grads Division IAIlb tory ExurclKo Signing of tbo Duulnration of Tmlopandunce P Boys of Jr 7th and Sill Grades Presentation of Cortlllunti t Song Summer tan Sr 8th Grade Division IIt Value lathing Ptscet pubhoamong the most treasured poasesilons of Uto Tillages They are ptuid along tho bank of rivers screened off with brush and fenced In with stockades ot bamboo to keep oft prowling croco dues a 0+ 0t I SAVINGS LUCK BANK I u I f 1tProbably as a matter of fact that man i reltdyforThere is more Savings Bank Luck in- mostt successes than any one outside of a bank t dreams of- Andt the best thing about this kindof luck t is that anyman any boy can make itfor him self withthe a14 and encouragement freely 9extended By this Bank YOU can open an account here with a tsingle dollar t WE pay you Tour per cent interest cQm + pounded scmiannuMl 1 Adopt some regular plan follow it with and some day people will be call Luckyiis the maker of his own fortune + id 4 l Ii BEREA BANK TRUST CO iI S BEREA KENTUCKY l Capital 50000 Surplus and Profits ever 10000 M DIRECTORS J J Meere J W Heratea ET Ffch W H Perter Chas Burdrtte JE Jk8le JWDlastHOfeP Ceraeliw A W Stewart X i81i +oro+o+a+o+o4o+oco4o+odo4- ot t t y HARGIS TRIAL CLOSING Saloons Win at Cynthlana Holt Men Oppose Willson for Oovernor Meroer County Stands for Temperance All testimony In the trial of Judge James Hargls for the murder ot Jas Cockrill has been given and tho ar guments are now being gfvon The case will go to tho jury about noon tomorrow it is thought The local option forces wont down to defeat at Cynthlana the majority In favor of open saloons In that city being thirtyfour votes A general el ection in Harrison county wlth Cyn thtana as a separate unit has been called for July C and the whole ques tion will bo fought over again at the time Tho supporters of Augustus K Will son for tho Republican nomination for governor are very much alarmed over the efforts of the opposition Ropubll cans over tho state to turn the tide to wmIIIstrong in the western part of tho state Mercer county temperance forces have asked both candidates for rcpres entative to sign a pledge to support alt local pption measures and one of thorn has agreed to vote for a bill making the state tho unit Instead of the county The Y M C A ConferenceItPn at The list of speakers for this conference which occurs Juno 14 to 30 is so type that we must give the names of some ot them Rev S D Gordon of New York Dr John Balcom Shaw of Chicago Frank II Burt President of tho Y M C A Secretarial Insti tute of Chicago Prof James Watt Ralne of Boron and ProC B T Spen cer of Kentucky Wesleyan College Mi CiNMidolet Remembered Miss Backbay You aro familiar la a general wry with paleontology are you not T Mr CarondoletNo I doat remember that I ever happened across It But I once read Paley oa Evidences of Christianity or some aallit 1 COMING COMING 1855 BEREA 1- 907COMMENCEMENT WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 ORATORS DR JAMES M CANFIELD Of Columbia University New York and OTHER GREAT SPEAKERS Sunday June 2 Sermon to Graduates 1045 a m Sermon to Young People Dr Willard B Thorp of Chicago 730 p m Monday June3 Concert by Harmonia 730 p m Tuesday June 4 Meeting of Berea Alumni J HOMESPUN FAIR 1 f Exhibit and Prizes Homespun Coverlids with Ket tle Dyes Linen Baskets Chains Axhandles etc See list on page 8 Mr Wades Great Exhibit from Six States Will be Here Prof Dodge Wins In OA R Contest e Last weeks Citizen contained the picture of Le Vant Dodge who has thirtytwoyanrsoh the Carnegie allowance for long and meritorious service Our last Issue spoke of the struggle going on in the Department of Ky G A R between those who have dominated its officers lor years and the Comrades who demanded change in the administration with ring rule made a thing of the past We said that Prof Dodge ia without doubt the best qualified man in the State for the State Commandership Tha choice of thedele gates to the State Encampment has justified our view At that time the Department Encampment was in nminn at TrmlnrillfiL We wenUopreSr too soon to announce the result The fight waa tha most notable one in tho history of the Department The previous organization of the oppos ing forces was complete The interest in the campaign for the Com uiandonhip brought out an attendance of delegates twice as greetaa some times appears and sixty five in excess of the largest previous encampment Prof was Col Thos Sheehaja of Louisville nltbusiamMany papers of tho state had published paragraphs Btatingttwthkelaction was generally conceded Col T A Fabro of ClintoaCo also had been early announced as a candidate and until tho last seemed to have hopes of sue cess But the issue between the other candidates was so overshadowing that in tho final test ho showed up but fifteen votes It is believed that most of these would have gone to Prof Dodge had a second ballot been needed Tho careful canvass of Credentials by the Committee to determine who were legal members of the encampment and the election of the leading officers occupied nearly one entire day The interest WM to the high est pitch aud became excitement There were several sensational scenes j and at one time a suspension of the ballot to correct mistakes The result was the election of Prof Dodge on the first ballot by a clear majority of fortyTho installation of the new officers took place during the sea sion and was the occasion of groat enthusiasm Department Commander Dodge promised to do largo work toward building up the order taking for his motto Improvement always reform when necessary Ho said that in the matter of staff appointments ho was entirely uatrammeled and that every comrade would be treated as a friend Those who had favoredother candidates promised the most hearty cooperation sad the closing hour of the encampment seemed a veritable love feast On Prof Dodges return to Berca after his victory at Louisville he had a triumphal welcome The college band met him at the irala and he and Mrs Dodge were brought to their home in a carriage drawn by college students preceded by the band Friends had provided barrel of fine lemonade and he hold n reception on his lawn to many who game to congratulate him i e oeoeeoooooooow AoWhatIn the Home spun Fair 0p 1- oeoeoeoe0 oeoeoeooo800Q s THINGS TO THINKOF Silence is the best resolve for aim who distrusts almself RcchVfoucauld Tell mo and 1 I eithIs death the lost sleep No ttIs the last final wakening Sir Walter Scott An eternal rest a solid and endur- Ing peace closes round thlf soul of him who dwells In GodW F Evans Ho who expounds the best serves bla country better than ho who exposes the worst The Business World Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE New of The Week Prof DcxlRO WIne Model School lUhlliltlon Hercn College Commencement Kentucky Doing Things to Think of- PAGE Tt- SerialThe O House of nTtioiunnd Cnmllc Children Department PAGB TIIREB llerea and Vicinity Take Kotlcc College item llerea Report Should be Piibllnhed PAGE rOUIl Comments Son Career for Young Men Decoration Day Will lindiirx Practical ChrUtlnnlty nod the Preacher Political Talk- Tempertutce Noted PAGE FIVE Poultry and Keen 4 TIle Sunday School MSlon- IAGE SIX The School Problems of the District School by Prof Ulimiiorn The Farm ItiiPiiberry Orowlni by IranOle O Clark Eighth Kentucky IlletoryrPAG-ESEE News from Everywhere Recent State News I PAGE EIGUT Eastern Kentucky News the aJli Re Button I Its Silent Sermon to the Warrior of Tomorrow 01 behold that aged rfATHER seems so thin manImeasured by a his is nearly What means the button on hh breast Which he still wears with pride l My child it speaks of Round Top s crest Of Shilohs battle tide v i It seems to of stubborn 1WhenJ 1t seems to tell of dire retreat In winters mud and rain Of grim advance in summers heat To seek the battle plainIt WHAT KKUM TUB BDTTOS OS HIS BBEASTt 4t means that la his days of youth r That old gray man was true And In the cause of God and truth i He won the nations blue With steadfast soul that taught could time jOfla Chickamaugas wood t Before his Weapons deadly mightOppreyslon ceased to bel Ha crushed secession in the fight Aad saved our liberty Oh comrades clasp your glands around To each w will be true TIM ww LJgrouniii rIJOl all who was the blue oWo Stale JoUfMiTii 1 King the First look Hinder Tile first books were bound by Afr taltu king rf Pergamus ia 198 D a lfOTtCB TO CORREsr01ftJtKTII An wnlutlou for ibis r bold b4 aeeeo fnft puttetlsly tstut to e1n aamea cad dIMt ml g r punddutinet erep- eytaa are en dieett M deps Maur aC LU UMI U chick tMy u wrttta THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON I- Ailkir tl THE MAW CHANt ZCIDA 1 DAM tEON tIc Corjrtebt U01 bj DobbfUmlU Co CHAPTER XI Continued Well ho exclaimed this has been very pleasant but I must run I have just been over to sco Morgan the caretaker at tbe resort village The poor fellow accidentally shot him self yesterday cleaning his gun or something of that sort and he has an ugly hole in his arm that will shut him up for a month or worse He gave mo an errand to do for him Hes a conscientious follow and wished me to wire for him to Mr Pickering that hed been hurt but was attending to his duties Pickering owns a house at the farther end of tho colony and Morgan has charge of it You know Pickering of course I looked my clerical neighbor straight in the eye a trifle coldly perhaps I was wondering why Morgan with whom I had enjoyed a duel in my own cellar only a few hours before should be reporting his Injury to Arthur Pickering I think I have seen Morgan about here I said NOh yes Hes a woodsman and a hunter our NImrod of the lake A good sort very likely I dare say He has sometimes brought me ducks during tho season NTo be sure They shoot ducks at nightthose Hoosier hunters so I hearlHe laughed as he shook himself into his greatcoatThats though unsports manlike But wo dont have to look a Sift mallard in tho eye We laughed together It was easy to laugh with him NDy tho way I forgot to get Pick erings address from Morgan If you hanpen to have it With pleasure I said Alexis Building Broadway New York Good Thats easy to remember he said smiling and turning up his coat collar Dont forgot me Im quartered in a hermits cell back of the chapel and I believe we can find many matters of Interest to talk aboutIm confident of it I said glad of the sympathy and cheer that seemed to emanate from his stalwart figure- I throw on my overcoat and walked to the gate with him and saw him hurry toward the village with long strides CHAPTER XII I Explore a Passage replenIshhltIt seemed to mo that he was always poking about with an armfnl of can dlesthere are a good many queer things in this world but I guess youre one of tho queerest I dont mind tell lag you that there are times when I think you a thoroughly bad lot and then agalnl question my Judgment and dont give you credit for being much more than a doddering fool lie was standing under a ladder be neath the great crystal chandelier and looked down upon me with that pa dent Inquiry that is so appealing In a slogIn say the eyes of an Irish set ter when you accidentally step on his tall Yes Mr Qlenarm ho replied hum My Now I want you to grasp this Idea that Im going to dig Into this old shell top and bottom Im going to blow it- Alp with dynamite It 1 please and if l catch youspylng on me or reporting my doings to my enemies or engaging s to any questionable performances whatever Ill hang you between the lasts out there In the school waitdo you understand so that the sweet Slaters of SL Agatha and the dear lit tie school girls and tho chaplain and all tho rest will shudder through all their lives at tho very thought of you Certainly Mr Glennrm and his tone was the same h would have used if I bad asked him to pass me the luatchqs and under my breath I con signed him to tho hardest tortures of thefierypitNow Morgan Yes elr- What possible business do you sup pose ho has with Mr Plokorlng I demanded Wily air thats clear enough Mr Pickering owns a house up the lake he got It through your grandfather Morgan has the pare of It sir Very plausible Indeedand I cent him oft to his work After luncheon I went to the end ot the corridor and began to sound tho walls They were as solid as rock and responded dully to the strokes of the hammer I sounded them on both sides retracing my stops to the stair way becoming more and more impatient at my Ill Iuek or stupidity There was every reason why I should know my own house and you a stranger and in outlaw ran through It with amazing iarlng After an hours Idle search I re turned iff jth jend of the corridor reseated all my previous soundings and t fear indulged In language unbecom ing a gentleman Then in ray Wind anger I found what patient search had not disclosed I throw the hammer from me In a fit of temper and It struck ono of tho square blocks In the cement floor which gave forth a hollow sound I was on my knees In an Instant my fingers searching tho cracks and draw- Ing down close I could fool a current of air slight but unmistakable against my face The cement square though exactly like the others In tho collar floor was evidently only an Imitation with an opening beneath The block was fitted Into Its place with a nicety that certified to the nklll of tho hand that had adjusted It I broke a blade of my pocketknife try ing to pry It up but In a moment I succeeded and found It to bo In reality a trap door hinged to the substantial part of tho Soon A current of cool fresh air the same that had surprised me In the night struck my face as I lay flat and peered Into the opening Tho lower passage was as black as pitch and I lighted a lantern I had brought with me found that wooden stops gave safe conduct below and went down- I stood erect In the passage and had several Inches to spare It extended both ways running back under tho foundations of the house and cut squarely under the lark before the house and toward the school wall The air grew steadily fresher until after I had gone about two hundred yards I reached a point where the wind seemed to beat down on mo from above I put up my hands and found two openings about throe yards apart through which the air sucked steadily I moved out of the current with a chuckle In my throat and a grin on my face I had passed under tho gate in the school wall and I knew now why the piers I Terribly Glenarm that hold It lad been built BO high they were hollow and were tho means of sending fresh air into the tunnel When I bad traveled about twenty more I felt a slight vibration ac companied by a roar and al roughwoodenthe passage 1 no meansof judg ing directions but I assumed that I was well wlthrn the school park- I climbed the steps andlna moment stood blinking ny lantern in hand in a small floored room Overhead the tumult and thunder of an organ ex plalned the tremor and roar I had heard below I was in the crypt of St Agathas chapel TbelnBlde of tho door by which I had entered was a part of the wainscoting of the room and the opening was wholly covered with a map of the Holy Land It was all very strange interesting I looked at my watch and found that it was five oclock but I resolved to go Into the chapel before going homeThe way up was clear enough and I Was soon In the vestibule I opened the door expecting to find a service in progress but tbo little church was empty save whore at the right of the chancel an organist was filling the clh with tie notes of an exultant march Cap In hand I stole forward and sank down la one of the pews A lamp over the organ keyboard gave the only llgjit in the chapel and made an aureole about her Mad about the uncovered head of Olivia Oladrs Armstrong I smiled as I rec ognized her and smiled too as I remembered her name But the joy she brought to the music tbe happiness In her face as she raised It In the minor harmonics her isolation marked by tho little isle of light against the dark background of the choir these things touched and moved me and I bent for ward my arms upon the pew in front of me watching and listening with a kind of awed wonder Thero was no pause in the outpour ovaanllpassed from one composition to an other now It was nn august hymn now n theme from Wagner and finally Mendelssohns spring song won the cold dark chapel to light and warmth with its exultant note She ceased suddenly with a little sigh and struck her hands together for tho place was cold As she reached up to put out the lights I stepped forward to the chancel steps Please allow me to do that foi youShe turned toward me gathering a cape about her Oh Its yon Is tU she asked looking about quickly I aont rcmembci that you wore Invited- I didnt know I was coming my self I remarked truthfully lifting raj hand to the lamp That is my opinion of youthal youre a rather unexpected person But thank you very much She showed no disposition to prolong the Interview but hurried toward the door and reached the vestibule before I came up with her You cant go any farther Mr Glen arm she said nnd waited as though to make surd I understood Straight before us through the wood and be yowl the school buildings tho sunset faded sullenly Night was following fast upon tho gray twilight and already tho bolder planets wore aflame In tho sky Tho path led straight ahead beneath tho black bough- sI might Ilrhaps walk to the dormi tory or whatever you call it 1 said Thank you no Im late and havent time to bother with you Iff against the rules you know for us tc receive visitors Sho stopped out upon tho path But Im not a caller Im just a neighbor And I owe you several calls anyhowShe 1 but did not pause and 1 followed a pace behind hop Oh Yes Im Wicked Squire yards muffled had and NI hope you dont think tor a moment that I chased a rabbit on your side of the fence In the hope of meet- Ing you do you Mr Clenarm- Bo It far from mol Im grad I came though for I liked your music Im mensely Im In earnest I think it quite wonderful Miss Armstrong Sho paid no heed to me And I hope I may promise myself the pleasure ot hcarlns you often You are very kind about my poor music Mr Glenarm but as Im going away I felt my heart sink a trifle She was tbo only amusing person I bad met at Glennrm and the thought of losing her gave a darker note to the bleak landscape Thats really too bad And Just when wo wore gutting acquainted And I was coming to church Sunday to hqar you play and to pray for snow so youd come over often to chase rabbits This I thought softened her heart At any rate her tone changed I iJont play for services theyre afraid lo let me for fear Id run comic opera tunes into the To Deum How shocking Do you know Mr Glenarm her tone became confidential and her pace slackened we call you the squire at St Agathas and the lord of the manor nUll names like that All the girls are perfectly crazy about you Theyd bo wild If they thought I talked with you clandestinely Is that tho way you pronounce It Anything you say and any way you say It satisfies me I replied Thats ever so nice of you sho said mockingly again I felt foolish and guilty Sho would probably get roundly scolded If the grave sisters learned of her talks with me very likely I should win their heart contempt But I did not turn backI hope the reason youre leaving Isnt 41 I hesitated 111 conduct Oh yes Im terribly wicked Squire Glenarm Theyre sending mo oft 110 m CnYTxwrtCrp POSTOFFICECASHIERRESORTED CAUGHT SHORT IN ACCOUNTS BELIEVED SHORTAGE IS S 12000 Two Government Official and Post muter Harry Krumm Are Work Ing On His Books Columbus 0 Mar U Caught hon in his accounts and horomod In at his homo 139G Summit street by govern molt officials for an explanation Wil liam C Wallace cashier of tho Colum bus postofttco and ono of the best known republican politicians of the state sent a bullet into his brain and died shortly after It Is believed that his shortage Is about 12000 although Postmaster Harry Krumm will not give out a statement until after tho In spotters have completed nn examina lion Two of these officials are work Ing on the books Wallace was at his offlco early In tho morning when tho postoffloo In spectors entered After announcing their mission they began to work upon the accounts In tho money order de partment Soon afterward Wallace left his ofllco and did not return Postmaster Krumm then began a thorough search for the missing cashier as the Inspectors had planned to begin upon Ms books In tho afternoon The inspectors arc J I Guinea and S W Hardy of Chief Inspector Abrn ham HolmoH office at Cincinnati Hay ing completed tho work of tho qtamp department they announced that they were ready for a rounding up of Cash lor Wallaces books anti Postmaster Krumm telephoned to Wallace real denco in the hope of learning Till whereabouts Wallace answered the call and Invited the postmaster to como to thee house Immediately telling him of the shortage Tho postmaster believing that It would be best to have ono of tho Inspectors along requested ono of them to accompany him Tho trip was hur riedly made In an automobile and when tho neighborhood was reached inquiry was made for tho house Postmaster Krumm got Into the next yard sail It is thought Wallace saw him ai well as the Inspector who remained in tho vehicle ithe postmaster went In the Wai Into yard ho heard a shot and turning to the Inspector told him his tears They were verified by Mrs Wallace who answered the doorbell and fran tically told tho callers what load taken place Physicians were summoned and the dying man was hurried to the Protestant hospital where U developed that there was no lope for his near trY PISTOLS ADDED FOUR TO LIST After Four Had Been Killed By An Explosion Bristol Tenn May 1 1 ThlfIcon men hate bon killed at Alto Pang N C on the Southern AVwIern rail way construction work since Saturday News reached here of an explosion in which nine wore killed Instant and four others fatally injured In attempting to arrest John Paul nt Alia Pass Deputy Sheriff Buchanan was shot in the breast by Paul and was killed Instantly Another deputy sheriff whose name can not bo learn cd rushed In and killed Paul Felix J Kldd a superintendent ol railroad construction wax waylaid anc killed by Will Anderson a discharged emploje Xldd was accompanied bj Charles Halo when the shooting oc currred and as Anderson ran from hid- Ing after killing Kldd he w a shot U death by Hale Funeral Train Delayed Santa Barbara CJ May laThe Shriner funeral train bearing tho 21 dead and the 20 or 300 living will not leave horn for the east before Tuesday Tho work of embalming the remains 01 tho dead has proved too great a turl for tho local undertakers to complete Monday All else is In readiness fo tho start All survivors of tho wrecl will bo able to travel Effects of Eruptions Rome May 14T1lere are Indlca ttons that eruptions of tho Strombol and Etna volcanoes have brought tc certain parts of Italy atmospheric die turbances of an extraordinary charao ten Monday tho tomperaturo lion tote suddenly to 00 degrees and a San Horao thoro occurred a rain o sulphur Two Cremated Parker S D May HA tornodi overturned a farm house south of hero A lamp set fire to the bed clothes an burned to death tho wlfo and youu ton of Ole Sangstoad Tho husban was seriously Injured Freezing In Nebraska Lincoln Neb May HAt Alllanci Monday tho mercury drupjiod to below freezing A foot of snow Is retorted 01 Holmes Wyo Six Injured By Wine Storm Kansas City May USlx wore Injured a number ot frame biilid Ings were unroofed and many wludpwi were broken by a storm In Kansas City Kan which sptnt its prlnelpa force In a path 100 feet wine The loaf of property Is considerable Scalped By Machinery Chicago May 141IIss Grace le mont 22 years of ago was fatally ID jured when her hair was caught li erne shafting la a building at 30 Woa Quincy street Her scalp waa pulls entirely off t OUR BOYS AND GIRLS BOY BUILDS AN AUTO I Young Michigan He Did itIThe building of a not such a difficult problem as would be imagined by those who have never tried It writes a Grand Rapids Mich boy to Iopular Mechanics All tho machine work on mine WAS done on u small root powOJ lathe and tho wheels I Auto Built by 15YearOld Boy IIsprocket hub and other parts were taken from bicycle and motorcycle fit tings The engine Is of the fours oie typo and was modeled after an ordinary motorcycle engine The crank once Is enclosed and made la two pieces with a longitudinal joint and a bearing In each half Koetoted In the orank ease are two flywho0U connected by II small yin which is used for the crank pin A small pulley on tlto engine shaft is connected to a lamer putter on a countershaft directly under tltt Strange Actor All boys and girls are familiar with Brownings captivating Plod Piper of Hamelln j Well thore Is a good story In con nection with tho opera called Thw Ratcatcher of ltamolln when it was OperahouseIn this opera while Slngup tho charmer wan singing IiU and Incantatton4hpthandupon vaded tho stage emerging train doors and windows crevices in tlib walls and holes In the ground They wore made up as lifelike aa possible and scampered about tho stage for all the world as if they were real flesh and blood Instead ofonly skin and stuffing Do you wonder then that they completely took In tho sleek old cat belonging to the wtago Now even If she was sleek nnd well fed she was a conscientious old cat And oho did not consider that hot duty was done when she had mutily played going to bed In tho vhll drons matinee a fcqkI So when this night or tlio now opera she suddenly vcrcolYcd what she believed to bo a host of her natural foes lit tho very actof au dyJously trespassing on tho stage she gavea piercing MIIIIJ of Mist nation leaped down to the stage frpnP her favorite corner in the vngs and to the unbounded amuicutenVv6r iup audience fastened her slaws lutbono of the counterfeit rats In a twinkling she Discovered of course that she had been fooled but she never turned a hair beating nor retreat with all tho majesty of a well- born selfrespecting tabby The audience howled with delight and gave her such anenthuslastlo re call that finally one of too actors operators feet by means of a slack boll which may bo tightened by means of a swinging Idler pulley oper ated by a hand lever When the bolt Is slack tho engine will run at full speed without driving tho machine but a very little pull on tbo lover will tighten the bolt and the tune lion of a clutcheThe drive tram tho countershaft to the rear nxlsls by means of a WCT oho chain hind aprockct I used no dlf orontlnl tsar on Af machine as I found that the butxt wbtdh are of the sassier pattern moeofultr pro vent any slipping when turning a ooo norThe frame nt the car Is built ot white ash with oneInch by tam Inch sills and the axles are made of loft Inc i heavy steel tuMRg Tho tent Is mini of white wood with band Iron corners Inside to stiffen It and U up bolstered In Imitation leather THE STORY OF A STAGE CAT I I A brought her out to acknowledge the nppluu c i I SAILING ON SKATES NOWj t I j mist skatca Is tho very JatojAjhlnB 1 iiiiidds In the cities 4iroRfifqvcmcnt is good o L LejjOMutton Sail Is the Favorite rile sail used by the boys Is a trt angular piece of canvas about six foot on each angle known as the leg omutton It It braced by three sticks In n good stiff breeze a speed equal to that of n boy running can bo maintained By a little study of angles the boys soon learn to tack ngulfastMbb1 wlad er across It l rtararefasaara It Pays to Paint X There is nothing that adds to to the selling value or the renting value of a 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 SHERWINWILUAMS PAINTS FOR PAINTING BUILDINGS OUTSIDE AND INSIDE pays in the beginning because it goes so farpays m the end because it lasts so long and looks so well as long as it lasts There is no paint like it for beauty and durability for economyand satisfaction SEE US FOR war COLOR CARDS The Porter Drug Co iNOOBrORiTKD I 0000000008000000000000000000e e i0 Berea and Vicinity e 0 0 I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 0 e osoosoeoeoeoeoeosoeosoeo Take Notice Prof Dodge Department Command rr of tho 0 A It of Kentucky Is to speak at a Memorial Service at Narrow nap noxt Sunday night At 700 oclock All are Invited to como Noxt Sunday the nnnunl memorln strmon will bo preached In tho Col logo Chapel At 1100 R m by Prof Jnmofl Watt Ralno All old sol dlotw Sons of Veterans anti member of tho W It C are Invited to occupy noaU In A body The usual mornlnf preaching service nt the Union Church will tie omitted and also tho evening chapel service will bo omitted On Thursday Mny 40th there will be Memorial Day Decoration flay oxorclfes In the College Chapel Al 000 a m exeretue by College classes will bo given After that march to the cemetery and exercises there nt 1046 Family picnic at noon Memos ial nddretw by Irof DlRmoro at 100 oclock followed by the Inaugural ad- dressI of Prof Dodge as O A It StAte Commander Uov n 8 Jonos of Maysvlllc Tenn has Accepted the roll to the pastorate 17oftilE Congregational Church and 00 gun work- 1In Fannie C Dommon hoe ob Utlncd a divorce from her husband Joseph M Demmoii and her children and proiwrty wore decreed to her Mm Dommon has been residing hi heron for several years Sho Is an estimable lady and line many friends here Daisy Stance entertained n num her of her friends at n lawn party on Saturday night at her homo on Jack son street Miss Mary Adams was In Richmond Saturday Miss Llwlo Ilunlctte Is assisting Mrs S R baker on Saturdays Mrs Anna IInyn returned home on Monday from n short stay In London r Ky t1J have an Invention roruly to patent which Is so simple and useful that It ought to make n fortune I want some one to tnke a part Interest In It and help patent and imnufactura It A C HAUT Horca Ky Hsuses and Gardens for Rent i Call ou G D Holllday at tho Borca Bank and Trust Company ij Tho special combination rate of The Citizen new or renewal and the Louisville Herald dally for one year for J200 expires May 20th Thoa who wish to have a dolly paper In their homes will do well to subscribe Immediately LOST A valuable ring on Friday May Wth near Potters Drug Store Kinder may receive u sultAblo reward upon returning the same to tho Reg istrars Office of Boron College Strfiycd or stolen frost our lot on Prospect street a dark ml heifer year ling will horns Finder will be rewarded by returning toT It HAYS STUDENTS 1 SIOO a MiiM During VaciHM sell the moat and icliiilfa line of tram hnndl pocket knives ever muofee fired Name and UIrwi no ono sides photo with other emblem on lobe other sea llhL ilLeare and Splece kitchen xt for Woe coed WrlM TOUAT for onrllUrml traL t dUM We Crtwr COM HM 0 199 S 4KHtaill i 1 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoosososLast drove out to Narrow Gap Francis O Clark Rolla Hoffman Fred Hitter Misses Amanda Ronloh Mary Tick erlng Jennie Orlcr Lillian Tuthill Kmlllo Haupt There was a good at tendance and n very appreciative au dience Moners Clark and Hoffman and Misses Renloh Ilekorlng and Grlo stoke Mr Hudson conducted the ex nrclrtcn it being tho regular preaching service Next month a missionary col lection will bo taken for missions Dr 8 R Baker attended tho State Dental Association held at Louisville tho first of tho week Mr Carnahan n travelling salesman slopped over In Ilorca a few days last weekMrs I L iBoacs and baby aro visit- Ing her parents Mr and Mrs J II Jaakiioii Mr and Mrs Whitt Lewis of Rig Hill Ky wore In town Saturday lost businessMr Kltld returned last week from a short trip to Hohlloborg Ky On May 11 the wedding of Mr Jason F Sexton to Miss Annie R WI son of Cynthlana Ky was conducted by Rev Mr Chandler In Louisville at tho Methodist Church Mr Sexton Is a former student of Heron College and Is well known in Heron Mr Forrest Hill and wife of Scotts burg Ind are visiting with Mr Hills father and sisters Mrs Laura Oabbard and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Oscar Uabbard of Wal laceton Ctillfjo Girls Play lUulrat Itntl Last Monday night the girls of Mrs Cowloya gymnasium class chose up sides and played a nice clean game of basket ball Thorn were a number of much Interested spectators and tho girls showed themselves very skll full players I Itorra Report Should tin Mnd Our attention has been called to tho tact that a village ordinance of Bcroa requires a quarterly report to be print ed of all money received and spent by the Village Board and that the last retort made was last December Tho report for March has not yet been mado It tho proper officer will send it to The Citizen wo will bd glad to print It Bonllla Arrives at Galveston Onlveston Tex May 17General Manuel Uonllla exiled president of Hpnduras arrived nt this port from Progresso Mox on tho Norwegian steamer Molina today nnd will remain several days Although General Do nllla stated that ho was in search of health it was learned from another source that ho would make his way from dalvcston to Now Orleans whore ho would board a vessel for British Honduras and go from then co to his own country whore ha expects to again find enough of a following to ro Instate himself into the presidency Voted FiftySeven Million Harrisburg 1a May 17Tho Penn sylvania legislature of 1007 has passed into history with a record of having appropriated 16000000 for the publlo schools 7000000 for good roads 6000000 for pensions for Pennsylva nia soldiers of tho civil war and 129 000000 for pUblic and prlvato chari ties and various other purposes A twocent taro on steam roads creating a railroad commission enforcing tho constitution regulating railroads and an employers liability bill Is some of the most Important legislation which has been enacted d Q00000000000801o io College Items il 0 o HERB AND THERE- aeosoSoSoeoeoSOSoSOSOSoeoo The superintendent of tho Model Schools distributed among tho Junior grades one hundred gladiola bulbs The children aro to report their suc cess in cultivating themITho report son and Miss Douglass met together In Upiwr Chapel for Tuesday conference nnd listened to an Interesting talk by Mrs JlogersIMr Lander wore guests of Prof and Mrs Marsh last Saturday Mien Cameron and Mrs 11111 are expecting to spend n tow days In Cin cinnati ttils week visiting some of tho schools there Mr Burgess has invited tlo workers of tho Union Sunday School to his house for Friday night A pleasant time is expected ProtoDInsmore left Friday for Ok olonn Miss to attend tho Commence ment Exercises of tho Okolona Indus trial Institute of which ho is a Trus tee Mr Wallace Rattle n Rorca graduate Is the president Mr E M Gentry a former Heron student nnd graduate of Flsk Unlver slty arrived in Horea Sunday to stay twentyfour hours Mr Gentry has been employed as teacher In Maysllck Ky nt a good salary He Is well liked there nnd has been asked to return next year W M Humphrey a graduate or Rorca in 190 i is now principal of the colored schools at Maysvlllc Ky Good reports come of his work Misses Robinson and Welch gave n reception nt Ladles Hall Saturday evening In honor of Mrs Rogers Pro flame gnus some delightful Scotch readings after which refreshments were served Tho Mission Rand led n union meet Ing of tho Y M and Y W C A- In the Upper Chapel Sunday evening Miss Josephine Robinson was sick and unahlo to meet liar classes at the first of tho week Several of tho students took the teachers examination hold nt RIch- mond last Friday and Saturday Professor flames family moved into their new house on Richmond street tho flrut of the week Provident und Mrs Frost are ox pected back hero this week Saturday or tho following Monday Guiltyb Abraham Ruof nervous and pallid in Judge Dunnes court pleaded guilty to the crime of extortion tho felony for which ho was to have been tried by tho jury already selected In plead ing guilty ho made an impressive ad dress to the judge stating that ho had commenced his career in politics with high Ideals for himself and for tho city but that conditions had broken him down and ho desired only an opportunity to make reparation and restoro his character before tho world More Delay In Securing Jury Boise Idaho May 20 Several of the more Important witnesses sum monod in behalf of the state in the trial of William D Haywood for al leged participation in the assassina tion of former Governor Stouncnborg havo arrived at Boise Tho prosecu tion had hoped by this Umo that a trial jury would havo been impan clod but it is now evident that all twelve scats in tho jurybo will not be satisfactorily filled for several days Thousands Dying of Starvation Shanghai May 17 Thousands of women children and aged poisons who wore dying of starvation in tho streets of Sing Klaug Fu have been placed In a camp outside tho city and aro now being fed by the relief or ganisations Famine and fever are spreading and additional families needing relief are being enrolled dally Tho funds sent within tho past few days will prevent tho cutting of the unripe grain HighPriced Horses Cleveland May lGAt tho Fasig TIpton bluo ribbon sale Major Delmar tho moat conspicuous of American trotting geldings was sold to William Bradley of New York for 12000 Blacklock went to William D Chis holm of Randall 0 for 17500 and George 0 brought 10000 the pur chaser of tho latter being tho same as the purchaser of Major Delmar Andrew Jackson Harlan Savannah Mo May 20 Andrew Jackson Harlan who represented tho Eleventh Indiana district In tho 31st and 33rd congresses died hero Sun day aged ninetytwo Mr Harlan lost his seat In congress because ho voted against tho repeal of the Missouri compromise and then became a Republican Deadly Premature Explosion Charlotte N 0 May 14Astbo re sult of a premature explosion at a camp on tho South Western railroad Bear Marlon fourtea seen are dead I JI I A Hair- Dressinq Nearly every one likes a fine hall dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep It from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairwillbestrongand will remain where it belongs on the head not on the comb I The best kind ol a testimonial Bold for over sixty roan 67 J O A7J 0Y1eLeownraw- sARsFARnlL Alo m AXa4 9 lSe CJKEBY PECTOCAL DAMES AND DAUGHTERS Tbo Duchess of Devonshire has pre served the freshness and vivacity of her youth to such an extent that she has earned for herself the sobriquet of The Evergreen Mrs Charles Robinson of Blame do has three very old letters The two oldest are dated 1705 and 1800 ro ipocUvcly She has had them framed In order to preserve them India has for the first time given recognition to women as aids to good government by appointing Mrs Ilamabai Itonado widow of the late Justice Ra nadc n visitor to the Yenowda central jailMrs Clara Krnuss of Coal City Ind gave birth recently to her twentieth child Mrs Krauss is now fortyone years old and has been married twen tjvflvo years There are no twins in the family Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland slater of former President Cleveland is now a wealthy woman A score of years ago she Invested 4000 in an island off the Maine coast near Cam den Fashion has turned its eyes In that direction and Miss Cleveland baa Just sold part of her Island for 200 000Mary Mopes Dodge never could make herself believe that organized charity was the only sort that did good She considered organized charity rather cold She believed in tho charity spir- It which she said was best fostered by tho direct personal contact of recip- Ient and giver hence she never refused a beggar In Germany there was recently cole brated tho seventieth birthday of Ot tllllo Hoffman who has been for more than twenty years one of tho foremost workers for tho cause of temperance In that country She has been instru mental In establishing coffeehouses in place of saloons and making them attractive as places of resort SCIENCE SIFTINGS Professor G Uaberlandt after studying tho sensitiveness of the tendrils and hairs on plants has come to tho conclusion that somo plants are capable of experiencing regular sensa dons Ono of tho speakers at tho tubercu posts congress in Paris maintained that parents suffering from consumption should not bo allowed to keep their children Another suggested that all domestic animals should bo made im muno with tubcrcullnc A London chemist Dr McAlpine has a now process of refining mineral oil for which ho claims that it will abolish tho uso of expensive chemicals make two distillations do for the three now made increase the yield of products 20 per cent and Improve the quality of all uio products Active preparations are under way for observations of tho total solar eclipse of Aug 80 next Photography will bo employed in connection with tho observations in a manner never so elaborate and it is hoped to settlo for nil time tho question whether or not Vulcan the conjectured Intcrmcrcurial planet is a reality GLEANINGS To run an ocean liner from New York to Liverpool costs 50000 Within the last four years Franco has recorded 20000 SUIcides while In Italy tho number baa been only 8000 Tho Pall Mall Gazette citing some cases says It is remarkable how the operator In a murder case seems to affect a suit of gray To free themselves from their dependence on Australia for horses the Japanese government is making large purchases of horses in Hungary A chauffeur recently tined at Ken sington England said ho had agreed with his employer that ho the chant feur should pay all tines Tbo prac lice ho added was almost universal in motoring circles In parts of Australia where tho aver ago rainfall Is not moro than ten inches a square mile of land will support only eight or nine sheep In Buenos Ayres tho same area with thirtyfour inches of rain supports 2500 sheep oplnloathntrod itself that tho power lies entirely with the operator The Rcaseetaer Polytechnic institute which was founded at Troy N Y la 1824 waa the first strictly scientific e 41ege la tin United states J- J 1 y KokokpkoKokckokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokoko Ixo 0 WHEN YOU W- ANTGROCERIES 0 x x o 0 x GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED iis TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN o Golden Grain Patent Flour x Best Granulated Sugar x Best Canned Corn x n i AGENT FOR NAVEN LAUNDRY KOkOk0lenKOKpkOKOROkOKO j to We visit us when of that new pair of and our line KY o+o +oc+o+o+o+ o+o+o+o+od4o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o + Q I o 0 6 v + o to + 0- t go + 0 o 0- t+ + o 0 o 0 t S E J W Vlco Pros 6 i J L GAY +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ O o+o+o+oit Man to llama aro more prone to deceit than mH says Good Frost the Use when told her lord 1001 lies to keep the peace it baa been the way And the men sot the women are the most to Mane It to what they like and they pUt Beside Himself I have never soon our foreman so angry IB my life lie was so furl oua that ho worked Meg flatter of Hard Luck Some mesa said Uncle Ebes about hard luck when all dats to blame Is deir own Dut after all dar no harder luck dna beln bon foolish The gardens of the palace of La whore sad Victoria spent their to its fountains One ef them the Baaos dot Diane spouts to the ef 130 feet Whoa this fountain was VH the builder of the palace said Well it tea coat me 3000000 but for three nlautes I UTe been amused I wwaawe h s I I I 3 oiJ Be RichardsonKokok- okokokokokokokokorokoMoki I I LOOK firthe LABEL Turn the and forflKANTBEBEAT thats policyIts qualityI on a garment know it Is O KIPockets cenarsImade shoulders built up properly and cloth cuttingThe stand every garment branded BEBEATWe claim this clothing is perior to socalled tailor made WE 11atplease invite you to thinking see Yours respectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO FURNISHERS BEREA o oo THE Berea National Bank I 9 CAPITAL 25000 We Cordially Invite YOUR ACCOUNT 1 DEPOSITORS ARE SAFEGUARDED BY SupervisionII 1 t President FOWLER 1 Cashiertto ooJiO oOiIto Women Words Scheherazade accepted No absolutely geadorfer Hardest complains foolishness aln Expensive Amusement Qranja Alfonso honeymoon celebrated for height completed Philip J- it Inside look BEAT braced Inside right shrunk before makers behind KANT su Oxfords ii WELCH Flower Is a Freak At Stonlngton Conn Dr C O Maine has a curiosity in his hothouse la the shape of nightblooming corona which Instead of opening its blossoms in the evening according to tho regular custom takes the daylight to die play its flowers Panel Cracks a Joke A discussion has been taking place 1 IB tho columns of a contemporary as to who is the oldest odd fellow It would wo fancy bo still mow difficult to decide who is the oddest old follow Punch Be Not Discouraged There is no reason to be dlscour iaged no matter what or whore you are You can make something out of your life find sointhlng worth while 1 in yourself Each ono of us has in finite possibilities and faith and work untiring they are rO1l1zedM1r caret Hubbard Ayer More Womens Rights Women aro as much entitled to amuse themselves over tho attain of Mme la Modo as men aro over horse racing or other sports World of Dress A 4 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Btret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING roIncorporated K Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE be Year fta- al Months s 60 Three Month D send money by roitofnc or Bxpreu Money Order Drift KcgUleted Letter or one and two sat stamps Till date alter name on label thowi te what date your ubnetlptiou ii paid It it is not clianred within three weeks after renewal otlfy us- Mlalnnumber wilt be gladly supplied if we see Botlfied Pint Premium given for new subscription and prompt renewals Send for Premium UM tra1lerms given to any who obtain new rwrly subctJptlomanrecleveTheClliaenfre- thr for one car Advertising rates on application rtI- Mlntll OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Very likely It Is true that many young doctors do not know much but iaturo works as hard to assist them as it does to assist the old practltloh ergBy mistake a man who meant to varnish his front doer used maple sy rup Fortunately though It does not appear that ho used varnish on his backwheat cakes Tom Lawson Is said to have made 42500000 the other day by not buying a copper mine We refrain from buy Ing copper mines every day In the year without gaining anything by It i Hudson Maxim announces that he has completed an Invention which will rentier armor plate useless This ought to help some more toward the stablls mont of universal peace Kipling may not havo been trying to make the poet laureate look like a plugged 30cent piece but that was a sort of byproduct of Rudyards latest effort A Boston woman wrote 225 words a minute for 15 minutes on her typewriter No doubt that If It had been necessary she could have talked them at the same speed for as long a time A New Orleans man doesn want tho negroes to benefit by tho Rhodes scholarships The simplest way to prevent that would be for the white boys to beat the negro boys In the examinations A correspondent writes to a London paper to protest emphatically against the careless and selfish persons who walk about In a crowded thorough fare with their umbrellas carried In a dangerous way Whats the use Queen Alexandra Is but one of the many royal ladles who bear the name of Alex Her two nieces Princess Alexandra of Hesse who Is now the widow of tho Grand Duke Serglus of Russia and tho present czarina of Rus ala are both known as Alex Fifty or more mirrors havo been removed from the government printing office so the women employes wont be everlastingly primping This dill bolical move however will fall to arrest the involuntary straying of the Illywhite fin to feel of tho marcel wavo or the pomp Ransford D Buckman of Worcester Mass recently appointed naval ad viler to the sultan of Turkey Is now in command of the fleet which guards the Bosphorus and tho Dardanelles with the rank of admiral His first experience as a sailor was gained on- t a the great lakes where ho was a cabin boy Now at 40 bo is an admiral IfThe600 elderly old ladles of a Swiss J community who havo organized cru sade against excessive dancing and have forwarded a petition to the can tonal officials pointing out that numberless I Jails dances and other de moralizing entertainments were given last yea and the young people devoted too much time to pleasure might lose their labor if somebody should dub them publicly the Sour Grapes association Vermont has 14 living exgovernors ranging In age from 84 years down tq half a century Tho list Iii of course headed by Frederick Holbrook of Brat tleboro the war governor and theaP comes exCongressman John W Stew t art Senator Rcdflcld Proctor John L Darstow Samuel E Pingree Ebenezer Y J Ormaby Senator William P DII i iJ1ng118m Carroll S Page U A Wood Grout Edward C smith j William W Btlekney John G McCul tough and Charles J Bell A leading favorite In the literary circles of Washington Is the widow of Rev T De WJtt Talmage the celebrated Brooklyn preacher Since the death of her husband Mrs Talmage has spent much of her time in tM capital She writes for magazines and newspapers generally verses but always under a nom de plume The English ribbon trade Is said to be now in a more flourishing condi tlon than it has been In many years owing to the huge demands the dress makers and milliners aro making upon the output of the manufacturers 1 Ya l 7 Irujlti itlaali tar fnuns ilm itt a rtt Cur rr By REAR ADMIRAL JOHN P MERRY US Navy Retired 11I T can bo said fairly that a career at sea holds out ns manyat tractions and as bright prospects of advancement to young men of the right kind as it ever did I should say that in many respects the outlook for young men who would go to sea is better titan it evor vris The great improvement in tho treatment of the Wren anti in their surroundings gon a11y Uero1I0t be mentioned because that is a wellattested fact The opportunity for n Jfnfri man to rise by merit nlone is much better because the demand for men with nautical knowl edge with industry loyalty and tho onpacity for executive ability never was so great It is true that the goat bulk of tho nmritimo commerce of the world is not con hcfJ as it ante was under the American flag there was a time when the stars and Stripes floated over moat of the wiling vessels that traversed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans A groat deal might be accomplished in the direction of placing the Amerlobn seamen where ho onco was in the load among the maritime people of the world by the multiplication of ships having the purpose for which the Enterprisewas designated Slaaaclnifctta Pennsylvania and Xew York have n lutiealmining ships and it has been understood that other states also would bo provldcd with them These training ships ought to turn out as ninny competent men ns would be needed The Enterprise was particularly successful in this respect a largo number of the boys who graduated fronv its course in nautical trainlnghnvingloundsuperior positions in the merchant marine In the naval service the prdspect advancement for an alert active intelligent young man today is of courso very much brighter than it ever was before There is now a door opened by congress through which the qualified young man Can hope to pass from tho noncommissioned to the commissioned rank m time of peace while the seaman who dobsnot aspire to that promotion is today betterhoused bettered nnd betterpaid seer1notation 5Saj a gcr= manent Snsttttttton By MR WALTER PENNEY Division Commander Massachusetts Sons of Veterans tMemorial dy a Deco ration day M it hue tome to be called with all its hallowed sanctities deeply imbedded in the hearts and minds of the American people We are a nation of Hero and we love to lay our garIAiMI5 of love and honor to our nations saviors and thothe time will come when we will not be permitted to we them inarch our streets or even to mingle with them yet so deep is tho sentiment that the pleasure end beauty of the memorial service will continue Jfemorial day has reached that stago where it is not only a day of honor to the old veterans but it is observed in general by the people as a day of special memory to tho departed Before this day was instituted our cemeteries were not as thoy now are well kept and bountifully laid out and time feeling has become established that tlioro should bo one day in the year of specialeffort on that line and why not Memorial day in the most beautiful season of the year The day will survive because it is tho wish of the Grand Army of the Public its institutors that it should I believe thoy never intended that it should die with the last veteran lint rather that it should survive and grow as an institution of sentimen- tIt will live because there is o ioia1l connected with the G IL and recognized by them an organization that with each year becom ing more pdwerful in numbers strength and morale tho Sons of Voter ans U S A In years to come it is to be one of the greatest orders in this land and the survival of Memorial day is its first duty The veterans are antis fwd that their work and memory aro in safe hands and will continue eo The American people love sentiment and their Jovo for the old sol dier is strong and his momory is deeply cherishedFuture generations I believe will continue in the same path and Memorial tiny whether it be changed from a week day to a Sabbath day will live for years to come or until America shall have lost its honor and when that time comes America as a nation will eerie to live ractcal QCbri tianitp nub tibt tcatber By DR C F AKED New Patter of Rockefeller Church New York is worshipers A is 1S2 IThe Christianity I try to teach is an appeal to the intelligence the ideals the hearts of men the appeal for right thinking end right liv ing Spurgeon once said the people he preached to were like a dust heap but a dust heap filled with thousands of little steel filings rI hold the magnet he would say arid I draw to it the little particles of steel in the dirt He meant of course that he aroused in his hearers that something that inspired them to be better men and women I do not consider my hearers dust They are much more to me Neither is it a case of rich or poor I do not see what that has to do with it 1 do not ask a workingman to come to me tea u workingman I want him and all others to come simply as men and women and give me their attention and intelligencetheir naked intelligence I have always worked for tired things peace temperance and right living To mo the preacher and W congregation bear Ian Intimate relation one to the other The thoughts of the people I preach to seem to cone to me as a mist which I must give back to then as a flowing stream T receive frotn them but I must return more than they give Ieit notlosmosUicncs who says that tho preacher must bestow with his lips first then with his feelings A must have this sense of per sonal contact A man pfcaoliing with his nose buried in a manuscript can do nothing v I r AN EASY REVISION HOW TO LOWER THE TARIFF WITHOUT LEGISLATION The Concessions Sought by Germany Would If Granted Practically Permit Foreign Producers to Write American Tariff Rate to Suit Themselves That tariff revision downward is distinctly contemplated In connection with the pending negotiations with Germany may be accepted as an India putablo fact The end and aim of the German clamor for a change In our customs administration methods has been and is now to obtain tho admis sion of Germanys competitive exports Into the American market at lower thrift rates than those hereto fore exacted No matter by what name It may be called or In what manner the real purpose is masked by those having the matter In hand the intention on both sides Is that the exporters of Germany shall bo afforded Improved opportunities for tho successful Invasion of the American marketIt well to keep this fact In mind for It will help to n clearer under standing of tho statements cpntalned In an ar lcle which we reprint from the New York Journal of Commerce of April 10 embodying the details of the socalled provlsorlum for the extension for at least another year of the existing tariff truce between tho United States and Germany Tho article referred to has all the appear ance of being based upon exact of tidal Information It reads as though Secretary Root had selected tho Jour nal of Commerce as a medium for communicating to the public the truth regarding the concessions conveyed by tho United States government to Germany through Ambassador von presentmentcablegram of April 12 and printed In the New York Herald of April 13 ai followsBerlin Saturday It Is reported In commercial and Industrial circle that baron Speck von SterRbttrg German ambassador to Washington who ar rives In Berlin In A few days Is rev turning with a draft of a temporary agreement with the United Stat This temporary agroessatit does not require the sanction of conffrwHU It In alleged It Increases the coeesslotu hitherto made by the United States government to Germany The follow lug are the mala points It will no longer be necessary for exporters to report to American eon suls but Americas appraisers are dl rested to accept the attestations ol the German chamber of eommereo The American special treasury agents will no longer operate In secret but will be replaced by agents properly and officially accredited tp the Get man government Hearings by Amer ican general appraisers will In future not be confidential but will be made publicIf be true as both the Herald and the Journal of Commerce agree In- layIng that Germany has obtained the concessions set forth above then tariff revision downward without leg Islatlon U near at hand Taken altogether these concessions practically permit the foreign exporter to determine what tariff his goods shall pay on entering the American market Our duties being ad valorem the foreign exporter fixes the duty when he fixes tho value of Invoices for export Our government waives the right to die pute either the value fixed or the tar itt paid American consuls abroad no longer are permitted to call In ques tion the values of export Invoices American special treasury agents will no longer concern themselves in the ascertainment either of production cost or of current wholesale values In the country of origin Instead of op crating secretly as heretofore the treasury agents must now work In Ute open and moreover they must be di rectly accredited and be acceptable to the German government precisely as our ambassadors and consuls are and if through the performance of their official duties they should become persona non grata to the German government they will be promptly called home Gorman chambers of commerce small bodies made up of the very pet sons who have produced the goods and are most interested In tariff evasion are to fix export values American consult and American treas ury agents In Germany are to accept these values without question and appraising officers at American ports of entry duly mindful of tho fact that we are now dealing with Germany In a spirit of concession will be very certain to avoid any unpleasant fric tion with state sad treasury departments thoroughly committed to the policy of tariff concession As a matter of practical operation ws might as well altogether dispense with consuls and special agents abroad and appraising officers at home German chambers of commerce will perform all the functions of those officials Upon whoso advice upon what in formation have Secretary Root and Secretary Cortelyou acted In deciding that the tariff shall be reduced by the undervaluation plan Perhaps the ad vice of the meat trust tho farm im plement trust the harvester trust the lour mill trust haa been taken Cer tainly not the advice of Interests whose employment of millions of work people and Investments of blillous of capital are gravely menaced by this easy tariff revision If i TO LOWER COST OF LIVING Proposed Dicker Would Also Lowe tho Wherewith to Live n1tlonoJtho cost of living problem though the people of tho United States may not bo enthusiastic about the method Mr Kllhu Root secretary of state has ar ranged a treaty of peace with Get many pending tariff changes which h- Is to try to have mode The treaty of peace covers the willingness oi Germany to continuo to use products of ours which she must have Ol course If we do not sooner or later lower some of our duties In favor ot German exporters Germany will re fuse to buy from us the things that six cannot get along without For a ample rather than have us collect present duties on Import from Germany sho will quit using our cotton and there being no other cotton for her to got she will close all her mills throw out of employment all tho wage earners employed there and withdraw from the markets of the world where she Is Belling those manufactures etc Of course But since Secretary Root has ar ranged to to for a reduction of Amer loan duties Germany will consent for another year or so to buy from ui whnt slio absolutely must hate or go out of business In certain lines that are of great and Indlipvniablo value to her Now as for tho program to lower the American duties for Germany Tha plan Is to put a reciprocity convention such as wo have with CubaInto operation When congress passes en abling legislation to permit such an arrangement It would naturally need to do the same thing for other nations else wo should have some sorry trou ble on our hands with England Fiance and other large buyri of our products and sellers to us of theirs The favored nation treaties now In oxIMooce would make this imperative And of course this taking off the duties for all tho great trading nation would let them come Into this market and lull hero things that the Amerl eau people prosperous beyond prece dent have been buying for nearly ten years from American producers This WORM shut down American mills sad factories It would throw American I waneearners one of employment It would dlmlntoh the narenastng power I of the American market With a large percentage of our own waRSMMinsrs out of work and with American capiI tal once more Idle theme would be a steadily falltasc demuml for all prod betaef the mill the factory and the farm This would surety bring town tho coat of living Tile same sort at thing brought down the cost of living when wo had the Wilson tariff law Priests could bo Ret so tow In this way that anybody sonld buy almost anything for a songIf ht had the money We suspect that the American peo plo have not forgotten however that when you bring down the cost of liv ing In this way putting your own In dustries out of business and your own wagoearnors out of employment and taking foreign products of labor and capital Instead of your own people tho great question becomes not what a thing costs to buy In the market but where In thunder you can get the money to buy It at any price hut at any rate the state depart ment will go on with its program ts bring down the cost ot living New York Press THE EDITOR AND THE TAILOR 1nrle BamYou have doubled the price ot your goods snd you otter to reduce the price W per cent It I will reduce my advertising rats 60 per cent la that tha IdeaCalder WlltiilmTht fact is as you have recite- dUneleSamnut I have not ratted my advertising rates and It I reduce them I shall be getting juit half what I ara how ECttlnc while you will be getting exactly what you got before you raised your prices I dont do business that way Ill got my clothe of some other tailor and you can advertise In some other newspaper provided you can find one that la foolish enough to content to your term Goodday sir FroPer elGln Trade The United States has the highest tariff of all and tbo smallest per capita foreign trade Springfield Republi can Yes and It Is getting richer faster than any nation on earth Great Bri tain with a per capita of foreign trade nearly three times that pf the United States would be bankrupt inside of ten years but for the Interest on her foreign investments and the earplugs of her shipping Industry Her puuiwpgo per capita rate Is UnitedStalesnot trade places with the United Kingdom either as to economic policy or economic conditions Guess well stand vat w CONVERTED BY A CHILD Saloonkeeper Who Threw His Liquor Into the Sewer Tho tears and pleadings of his llttlo daughter resulted In the conversion of J E Teany proprietor of Uin princi pal saloon of Utchfleld 111 at a ro vlw1 meeting conducted by Evangelist E E 1olntt and Toany dumped nest ly 11000 worth of whisky wines and beer Into tho street in front of his place of business while more than H thousand residents of Mtchfield looked on says tho Chicago Inter Ocoau Ax in hand be superintended tho Dumping Out the Liquors smashing tfpJ and barrels sad hot u white the crowd cheered him os although Teanya course has suede enemies for him and both iw adEvangelist Ylotott have received anonymous letters tkrhIC Uielr lives None of this spirit hewww became manifest at the liberation of the liquor Mrs Timny and her daughter stood at Teanys side while he battered Ia hog after Meg or sent his ax croaking tkrouah bottle after VoUf of liquor All of the Protestant minister In the city also were there having eotiroftwi a largo dray Into an Imnrov1 d ittkV e pit from which they cheered on this work of deetrtMlIo Several hundred dollars worth of high priced cordials started the seed flee True many at the outrtlrU of the throng looked upon it all as s wicked waste and watched with thirsty puckering lips how hundreds ot priceless drinks went Into tho street but they wore far too few In numbers to make a demonstration of protest or to secure a portion of the sacrifice Then came barrels of wines and whiskies and the fragrant stream that started sewerward In tho gutter be memo swollen as a flood with mingling red and white and brown Last of all came several kegs of beer and the foaming amber liquid washed down the seemingly unsated pavement When tho last drop had been spilled Tcony uttered a font Amen and Mrs Teany and the daughter Joined In with even greater fervor while the crowd cheered anew Then some one suggested a song and soon tho strains of America wero taken up by 1000 voices Then Evangelist Vlolott made a stirring ad dress rJ4Tcany was the hero of the hour Ho i J was obliged to review tho great host ot people and for nearly an stood on the dray shaking hands Ills conversion was brought about by tho revival at the Christian church which has thoroughly stirred tho city The saloonkeeper at onco renounced oho liquor traffic and believed it would boa sin for him to sell any more liquor Yielding to his convictions ho was de termined to destroy what liquor ho had on hand despite the efforts of his enemies to thwart his purpose Ho t received many anonymous letters threatening his life which only in r creased his determination to bum IIIIate tho traffic Friends of the saloons here swear vengeance and some believe that Teanys life Is In periljSaloons Spread Disease j Says a writer In tho Medical Rlr1Old It has been proved more or i conclusively that pulmonary tuber culosls Is spread by the agency of public houses In Great Britain and this Is probably also the cue to a lesser extent in regard to saloons In America Although the saloons hero are far cleaner anti better ventilated than aro those of Great Britain there are many in which diseased and un washed loafers spend a great part of their time iDrunkenuesstho great French Industrial centers In many of tho large manufacturing towns tho women are fast following tho example of tho men and oven the childrens labor If made to assist both on the road to ruin It Is estimated that at Lille 25 out of every 100 plea and 12 out of every 100 woinoBanv j confirmed drunkards 6 A SIMPLE WAX PRESS Where There Is Not Much Wax to Rightc In I i niijea tio Swiss uxlraotor and after sit tho wnx had run out pOll lblo from the extraotor limo refimo was dumped steaming hot Into a burlap sack the seek being tlud up oloso to tho slum gum Tho bag wns than held by one The Preis In Use toti4m sad unothor nppHed the pros wit While under IWUMHTI Jttet about os ftNir wx wan iKjueottd out o- sege frfaim the extractor says hoe CHlrwu sad time 10It1Nre was ob talfiiy Ys17 ehooply Two sticks were Hant tflgothor at one end by a leoth or hinue tho other owls used as hum 1 dler whon H iHlfihly prenrore could bo brought to boar on time hot refuse The ono whu held tliu wok kept twist ing and the wiutHKOf kept snueozlng to t r 9ak FEATHERING OF CHICKS u It Is Exhausting Growth and Healthy Feeding Is Necessary Tr sooner the ymnf chick deral op Tils feaihora and gtta rid of Iih down the better The time at which tM blrk Is ptitllBK art fMthera Is uausuirfd a crisis In Ma Hfd It Is IH i rro ntraatry ta litre Ulm nntrt ilTI UKH m as he see bnlW Ute fsp ii h e MNin M poeeible A pert rali rv or meat Jelly la very good to bet bin In this work which OWI M PIS rti lira strain at this time Tke ftci UIII r nutne eUleaa feather too rap pq A rsuM of weaknM with theta MIfO is no other whys to da than to- M UK Mry beet fowl that can be- Eioo th re feeds rleh ta body b 1M Ut tnatnlal skits Msilk la Rood I i fnlinit of eon treat Is mm iMr n wane fcane Uw young eWefcg Irtlni J1n a very largo aresoet of thl kind 01 fo nl With corn meal rel 1iairio Farmer Uio Chick has to dlgwt a gnat deed of food to get the ittaiurit of nltniRtin needed for the bulidiuK of the feathers and the fenth on aro rlrf In Nitrogen One of the boat reds at this time Is oatmeal POULTRYNOTES Meet powilry houses close and ot dearly A pound of poultry ean be grown at bas cost than a pound of beet and ts worth more In sottfnR hens It Is yorr Important to provide dry earth mixed with lice powder In tho bottom of tho box or barrel Feed your poultry on raw onions chopped tine mixed with other feed once n week It Is better than a dozen curs for cholera Many young ladloa who aro stoking r Ituailons an olorks teabbora or solos ladles can find moru profitable and Healthy employment In raising pouf + trySour milk and butter milk are ox cellcnt food for all kinds of poul iry especially turkeys ducks and geese Whon thickened with aborts bran or meal It Iln vory nourishing 4t diet for young fowls o Ii Give the boys and girl nn interest In the poultry yard Let them have a share of the pronto to clothe them selves with It will teach them elr reliance business methods and IVBVC a powerful Incentive In keeping tViui at homo ME Quantities of chickens arocoint ed wn that never hutch fpr tout of a little common sense In this very thins A simple nest of hay or shavings on a bare floor will not answer The hen who steals hei nest knows how to do It and hatch ten out of every dozen eggs Provldi something to hold tho heat under the eggS whllo the hen leaves the nest to feed and make It easy for the hen to supply her want without absentlni herself too long from the pestIn diana Farmer Save tho feathers geese feather are always high and duck feather s are worth alniost as much Turkey tall feathers bring from 30 to 40 cent per pound being used In making feather dusters Even colored chick en feathers are worth saving al though they sometimes get down to c five cents per pound White Plymouth Rock feathers have brought 28 cent pound In picking chickens BUS peed them no you can stand up and have a barrel at your side to drop It tho clean dry feathers Facing the Hives Hives should never be faced top ward the north In northern Jatl tudcs a northern exposure Ih wInter ts almost to result In tho los of the colony from the rlgbroui north wind blowing In at entrance and tho confinement of tile bees 1fr caused by the entrances being shad cd ou mild sunny days when the bees In hives lacing southward fly freely I HOW MANY FRAMES Many Conditions to De Considered In Determining the Question A correspondent asks what size Iwo hives nru boat eight or ten frame This gives mo an opportunity to dis cuss hives u subject that Is very old yet recurring again and again In the minds of beginners writes Kugeno Be cor It Is a question that cannot bo answered In a word Locality man agement and tho kind of honey pro duced all have a bearing on the an ewer If ono winters his bees outdoors a larger hive Is desirable than If ho carries them Into a collar In tho fall and out again In the spring because bees consume more food out doors titan In a cellar where the tem perature Is kept at a uniform degree and Just right Ample stores are always desirable and with a large hive there Is pretty suro to bo more honey stored In the brood chamber and consequently tho bees aro more certain to have enough And when ono Is working for ex tracted honey exclusively tho largo size of brood chamber Isnt so objec tionable because one con empty the outride frames If necessary but If ono winters Indoors and Is compelled to carry thoso largo tenframe hives In and out In his nuns alone It Is no easy Job Another thing If one U working for oomb honey a brooder chamber may bo so large that tho boos will put a great deal of tho beet honey whore tho manager duos not want IL- TbOlttorc for comb honey and cellar wintering I prefer an eight frame hive If the ollmato Is mild enough to winter the b4oe on their Mummer stands with or without pack Ing and if extracted honey Is wanted there would bo no objection to a larger hlvo The eightframe Lang troth biro Is probably used by more lieukeepers than any other style FORHENHOUSE One of Simple Construction Which Will Work Smoothly lint few small dears can be Ml ar ranged that liter work smoothly with oat binding and the klngelea arrange meat web as is shown In this sketch hi quite a oaavealeaee 11Ht dour con tau of OM piece ot ae4areh plank which la aboflt U Incaea Im diameter and eerere aa openlag ten Inches Handy Doer for Hen House ooroM The door rats on a cleat the upper aide of which just fits the aide of tho door It will usually remain shut when closed without addl tional fastening but If need be a hole may be bored through both door and tho frame surrounding time opening and a pin inserted SETTING HEN AND BROOD Managing setting hens Is not so hard as some people think The most practical points are to have a good hon Dont set a wild hen After flaying selected tho hen then comes tho nest box A very good method Is to uso a small store box about the right size rand place about ono Inch of earth In the bQttom then put In tho flue straw This makes a good nest My reason for using earth says a writer In Orange Judd Farmer Is that It holds the tnoliuuro and helps keep lice away After having the nest ready place 13 eggs In It It tho hen Is medium liontLot her off every morning on the ground It possible If this cant bo done by all means she her some dust to scratch In For feed give her corn and plenty of grit About tho 21st day you will find a nest full forgthe hen When tho chicks are dry place hen and chicks In a dry coop and feed them often Scaly Legs Scaly legs Is caused by an insect that burrows under the scales and digs out a home There he sucks the blood of the bird and Increases In number The frenzied bird pecks at the scales to ally the Irritation and Is unablo to get at the mischiefmaker The bird must suffer a great deal from this sort of n covered attack Tko poultry raiser should be humane enough to at once take tho case In land as mood as the disease makes Itself manifest It Is not a disease except In common parlance but mere ly tko evidence of an insect attack Greasing the legs two or three times a week and rubbing time grease under the scales will kill off the concealed marauder Raise a Few Sunflowers Raise a few sunflowers Tho seed adds to the variety of poultry feed balancing tho common grains Then birds fed sunflower seed have a plum ago which cannot bo Improved upon Watch the Flock There Is not much danger from din eases and pests whore the watchful shepherd Is In charge but ulliiPhoil mothoda will let trouble into any flock TOIMOSES CALLED DELIVER ISRAEL Sunday School Lessen tor June 21907 SpedJlly Prepared for This Piper IKflfloN TI XTExafua 3114 Meta ory venM 14- UOMJHN TKXTAna lie lalll Certainly 1 will bo with tlieeKxodus Mfc- TIMli Awarding to the common chronology MGIMMI left Egypt at 06 age of 40 11 C ISM ltd call was 40 years later II C 1492 or 1491 Others place it nearer 1800 or wen J20- 0II ACRTha portion of the land of MKllan where Mote prnt the 40 years Va probably the aouthta rn part of the win dtlc peninsula The burning bush waa on Mount Sinai between the two arms of the Red sea Slnla and Horeb are IRa llAnKflQblt terms though some think BliwI to be one of the mountains In the mountain iHmrlct ealln Hore- bItLMtnBTne lharaoh when Moore left Ktrypt was probably llameee II JIll mm Mi nphtoh was probably the Ibaraoh when Moses was called to de Itvpr Zgypt Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho bush burning yet not consumed mum always been regarded as nil OHiblom of Israel In Egypt Moses In his farewell bloating of the tribe could find no richer benediction of the sons of Joseph than to wish for them the HOod will of Him that dwelt in tim bush The Church of Scotland therefore has not mado an luappro prlato or unwarranted uso of this1 emblem when looking at her own history how she was cradled In per secution silo has put upon her banner u representation of the burning bush with the legend Neo tamen consume batur Yet It was not consumed W M Taylor Moses Objections and Their An swers Vs 1114 also to Ex B17 Moses may have known that Unmeses II had been succeeded by his son Monaphtah a much weaker ruler but ho understood thoroughly the mighty power of Egypt and conscious of his own Insignificance It Is small wonder that he began to bring forward obJec- tions to Gods amazing proposal First Objection Moses Insignifi cance V S Who am I that I shall to unto Pharaoh An exile under sentence of death a shepherd SO years old going to magnificent court front which he Intel been absent 40 years an old man attempting the sin pendous task of freeing 2000000 slaves sad organising them Into n nation No wonder Moses faltered First Answer Gods Presence V 11 Certainty I will be with thoo That same power before which Moses was hiding his face would go with him to confront hla enemiesr Second Answer Gods purpose Ye stall servo OuJ upon this moun tain The fixing of that future meet lag place would serve to give confi denco to Moses by showing a rose lull clear purpose on the part of Ood Macgregor Second Objection the Peoples Idol airy 13 Moses remembered how Ig norant the Hebrews were concerning tho God of their fathers When he brought them a message from God they would be sure to ask What Is his name Tho Egyptians had vari ous gOds and Israel lung used to their practices would be sure to ask after the name of tho God whose messen ger Mosos was plow was he to b4 named to thcmAltord Answer the Name of the One God 14 What a graven Image or some outward symbol was to all other na tions that a name and a name only was to the Israelite Hanna The name God revealed to Moses was not unknown before Gen 2214 but It was filled with a new meaning I AM THAT I AM Third Objection the Peoples In credulity Moses foresaw Ex 41 that the people would not believe his story and as 40 years before would refuse to follow his lead Answer the Gift of Mlraclulous Power What Is that In thine hand Jehovah asked and bestowed upon the common shepherds staff the pow er to become a serpent at the bid ding of Moses while the hand Itself thrust into his bosom became white with leprosy and thrust In again became sound once more One other miracle the turning of water Into blood was definitely promised Fourth Objection Moses Slowness of Speech Moses foresaV that the great task would require much talk Ing and he was not an orator An saver Who hath made mans mouth way Jehovahs grand reply Doubtless If Muses hud accepted the assurance God would have developed the qra torlcal power that ho certainly pos sensed and ho would not have been obliged to share with another the glory that God meant for him alone The Great Task Is BegunEx 4 1831 chapters 6 and 6 Obtaining Jethroa consent to his return and leaving Ills wife and children In their safe home Moses set out upon his perilous Undertaking He was met by Aaron and the two old men after an affectionate greeting formed their plans for the campaign that was to mean so much to tho world Practical Points Every one has a work for which God sets him apart nit truly ns Moses No one else can do your work God does not always disclose a mans work early In lire Nothing la gained by moving ahead of Gods Ume as Moses did In his first attempt Too fast In music Is ns bad as too slow i God knows best how to prepare u1 for our life work If wo am In time course pf duty i Gods call to great things nyiycon at any time white wo arc about oUi commonest tasks C CHOKED OY THE BLINDING SMOKE FIREMEN PUT UP BRAVEST FIGHT OF THEIR LIVES Fire Originated In SubBasement Filled With Desks Packed In Ex celilor Oil and Carbon Paper New York May 15Gixty firemen practically every man In seven fire companies wore overcome by smoke In fighting a flro in the Hcmingtoa typewriter building at 325 Broadway More than a score of the men were taken to hospitals where 16 of them remainIt ono of the hardest lights New York firemen have had and never Will there more bravery shown The fire originated In an unexplain ed way In the sub basemcnt which was filled with desks packed In excel Blor oil and carbon paper These threw off great masses of choking smoke which mado it impossible for the men to roach tho seat of tho fire Uy companies the men atompted to descend into the basement only to be overcome by tho smoke and tho next detachment was compelled to carry tho unconscious men up to the side walks Mon half conscious themselves groped In tho smokechoked count by the light of lanterns found their com rodeo and struggled with them up the ladders to tho sidewalk only to fall swooning but ready to return to the fight after they got n breath of fresh nlr Among those In tho hospital sO oral aro In a serious condition al though It Is thought nil will recover It was not until the subbasement was practically full of water that the fire was controlled The loss will amount to not more thnn 110000 POISON CARRIED IN POCKET And PlUsburg Steel Man Fell Dying On Way To Prison Plttaliurs Pa May ISKJeorge Rob Inaiean a wellknown steel man and ono of tho principal owners of the Eleanor Steel Co died suddenly In Blalravllle Intersection while being brought here to undergo a sentence of six months In jail It Is believed ho committed suicide Tbgethor with his brother John he was found guilty of defrauding a number of persons in a stock transaction He was sentenced six months ago and at that time as lie was being led from the courtroom an officer took a loaded revolver from him after a struggle The case was appealed to the superior court which handed down an adverse decision John was placed in Jail but George could not bo found letter he was located near his home in California Pa and an offlaor start ed with him for this city In Blairs title Intersection he died suddenly When John Heard of his brothers death lIe said It Is no more than I expected lie carried a bottle of poison In his pocket all the time and declared that he would end his life rather than servo his sentence Special Stamp Will Not Be Needed Washington May 1C Pursuant to an act of tho lost session of congress Postmaster General Meyer Issued an order that on and after July 1 next It there Is attached to any letter or package of mall matter 10 cents worth of stamps of any denomination with the words Special Delivery written or printed on the envelope or covering- In addition to the postage required for ordinary delivery the article will be handled an if it bore a regulation special delivery stamp Georgia Mob Outwitted Darien Ga May 15When the pat senger train arrived there was a mob aboard ff about 100 men who came to Barton from Glcnvlllo with the avow cd Intention of lynching tho negro Lee Holmes who killed E A Sands of Olenvllle at Darien Junction last Sat urday The authorities however heard of the intended visit and moved tho prisoner to Brunswick for sate keeping After looking through the jail the mob returned home Fright Killed Housewife Kaukaunn WIs May 1Ii1Irs liar tara Schrleber was frightened to death during a thunderstorm Mrs Solute her was sleeping In tho houso with her four children when a bolt of light nlng struck the house tearing away a chimney Tho falling bricks and rend log of the boards so frightened the woman that sbo died almost Immedi ately Panama Strike Continue Panama May 1GThe strike of the steam shovel workers the men do mandlng 1300 per month Instead of Continuesglnecr Is endeavoring to replace the strikers with mechanics now employ cd In the shops Three In One Day Baton Rouge La May I5Ernesl Blanclmrd brother of Miss Mollli Dlancliard the famous confederate singer was drowned here Two 116 gross were also drowned Mob Is Feared Lincoln Neb May llibert toll lips who It is charged nt Decatur this state killed W F Copplo a farm errand his wlte was arrested near the scene of his crime and will bo brought to the penitentiary here as tho Deca tar authorities fear a mob Therell Be No Strike Denver May liiTlcre will be llC strike of the trainmen of tho Uonvci lr Rio Grande railroad A confereoci lasting until late Tuesday wound uj with an ttgreemnt that there would tmutual concessions 23 Ii J lass Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS a place the BEST MHJOATXOW im reach of aDIOver 10 Instructors lady ttwdent beta 17 states Largest caller library 1a Kentucky M 1ALMN A special teacher fer each grade and for MM ssla tckjeet Bh many classes that each atedemt earn be placed with etken Uka wIwhere ke cam smoke most rapid prvfress Which Department Will You Enter SassIsctirvylibraryDrwvalagSingingmeat etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any wile kate iakhed ihk grade tons and compound numbers Brickwork Para Managcmemt hittI- ng Woodwork Nursing Drtssamkiag Houiakold MmmafssasKt Learn and EaraA- CADEMY REGULAR COURSE s years for ttios wfee have r largely finished common branches Tile most practical aid iatareefr isg studies to fit a young person fr as hoaoabls sad arefll life Chelae ef Studies is efered im this ceurse M that a ywf ireHomeACADEMY COMMERCIAL years te it for IraalmeM part of this course as fall andwinter turns M very prWable sJII extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY twe three wtd leer year career with Latin German Algebra History Sciaoete ftttimg lee callage COLLEGIATE four years Literary StIIe aad C1uda1 cevis with use of laboratories iciemtiie appanfcu ami aU tm Urm mutm ods The highest educational itaadarda NORMAL three and four yar career it for the pr foaaum 4teaching First year parallel te Stm grade Model Sekoolo sawone to get a first clus certificate Follawtmg years wimter sad spring terms give the information ewltare and traimimg maeeaaary lei a true teacher and cover branch necessary let State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Vile Cmltve Pisa Theory Bandmay be takes u am extra im eemmectiem with amy course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College inot a aaomeymtakimg imatfratiom All the masy received from students is paid out for their kemeit and tho Sck expends oa an average upon each studeat about fifty doMara a year I more than he pays in This great deficit ta made up by the gifta 4 Christian and patriotic people who are gypportiag Berea ia ides skal it may train young men and womea fir divlasefulaeee OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulation to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to dwel1 and improve For my who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings aal assist in work of boarding nail farm and shops receiving valuable traia lug and getting pay according to tb value of their labor Except in iaIter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much II 35 i a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employa eat to as is earn from 10 ante be one dollar a week- nRSOlfAL EZPEVSES fir itilag lawtdry peMag boeka rte wary with different people Berea favors pkum cJetkimff Our climaet U the but but as students mutt attend clawM rafardle a ef tk4 weather warm wraps and vaderclotkimg tntbrellai cad verikaea an meceasary The Cftopcratlv here fmrmltkaa books toilet article work uliltforas umbrellas sad fiber maeemary articlee at eeatmLiming EIMMM are really below cost The Oellen sake M rest for the fine buildings in which students live c room Ii rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights u1wuhfig of hediimg i and towels For table board witkevt oafee or stirs LM a week isitthe fall and 9130 im winter For roses tarnished fuel lights wa lag of bedding 40 cents a week im fell amd spring M eemU im wiafor- Scbeel Fees are two First a Dotter Drteeit as sjuraaUs for return of room key library Neb rte Tkia k pail W ere and is 1 returned when the student dspark I Second am Inctduitol FM to help em sapaniai few rare ef sokeel buildings hospital library etc Studeats pay sotUng fer toitiom or rservices of teachers all our imstrctiom is a free gift The Imcidemtal I Fee for mot students Is500 a tars 400 im lower Medal Sebaok 600 Jm courses with Latin and 700 im C U cl fo sewrssa- PayaMit Mast M k aaruK imcidtatal fee andreer rut by UM term board by the moth Install meat area follows Fee Wia4sr Tens 13 weeksTIM 17W mlcIee 1 deposit 28th day 600 Silk day MOO total M If jU all fea iFer88th tnLager Wktsr Tcl1 w aksYFirst 8HHL1tA day r MOO 66th day 600 84tk iay 840 total II + all to drnce37OOKefladlag Students tamwei to leart Wen set a toMSiysssiT I Milk all they have advanced ea Ward sad rimes cusp tel as sjw l smos is mide for frattien ef a week Seelr lea W Alto eeeto s I Barged for leaving the Mar tail aMtHfiy eats Jer VMTC a neIla term tire Thin fa me rermadiaf of W- It Pays to Stay WB B ye haw auie j wr Jonnwy mai are WU started ia sshoel it pays to stay as kf as possible Tke Pint Iky ef wiator torn IIJuyl 1HT- Mr iaferautietv or friendly aiviea wrfto to tliJWakiy WILL C GAMBLE j BEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes theTeyes of the men and boys who see it The mostataiatpeople like a good thing when they see it and to getaTS cent two blades of razor steel and n dollar paper that is 1 worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar taper is the world 1 I J The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar t vJ That brings in aubfioripiioM nil the timSee full premium list tn page 7 1 I j- I J ITHE SCHOOL I Problems ef the District School fly Irof Utnimofe Part 3Praotloat Teachng Before a teacher can rightly assign lessons there are some things he must know it not absolutely at least approximately Fret what the whole workof the school is Second what each grade should accomplish this term Third how much of this entire work should be assigned each day Here is where n great deal of wisdom is needed Children can not do R8 much the first days of the term as they can later Lessens must be assigned accordingly The teacher must also know whether the children are bright or dull whether there is any physical or mental deficiency and take it into account It is not necessary ihat all those be worked out each day but yesterdays judgment should be revised to suit todays knowledge Now to actually assign tho lesson it is not sufficient to say take the next lesson or take to to the bottom of page soandso Pupils should be told exactly what to do with the lesson assigned Suppose for example you are assigning a reading lesson Your instructions may be something as follows Take all of lesson twenty Read it over carefully until you are sure you can tell it all readily without the book If there are any words whoso meanings you do not know write thorn down on your slate or note book Be able to spell every word in the lesson Practice reading it until you are pretty sure you can road it without stumbling or halting Assigning a geography lesson The lesson for tomorrow begins at page twentytwo and extends to the bottom of page twentyfour Read the descriptive parts until with proper questioning you can toll it allstudy the picture on page twentyfour until you can tell everything in it what it signifies and why it should accomp any this lesson write down in a list the words that seem hardest and bring them to the class with you there is no map to make or draw in this lessonAssigning a number lesson to a class somewhat advanced Solve all problems to the 21st beginning with the llth bring a writ tiJ a ten solution of the 1 5th and 18th to the class be able to tell exactly how these problems are solved observe the constant use of principles already learned In the examples of business transactions notice if the prices are about as we usually find them f To a beginningclass Place on the board such combinations as they can master something like tho following 1+1= 3 +1= 4+1= 110 81= 41=2+1= t 8m2 42= 21= 422+2= 3F3= 48= 22= 83= 48= 4+4 = 44etcInthrecitation the children may be taught to make those combina lions concrete as follows If John has one apple and his mother gives him one more he will have two apples because one plus one are two If Mary has three pennies and spends one for candy she will have two pennies left because three minus one are two etc When they can do this readily they may be asked to make similar stories for the combina tions on tbe board using familiar objects as apples pennies balls tops and the like This will teach them to think and to apply their knowledge as they acquire it It is not convenient in a work like this to do more than make a few- suggestions of a general nature such as the above but the subject is none the l t important and should receive the most careful and constant atten tion of the teacher No lesson should ever be assigned carelessly Continued Next reek ITHE FARM I Raising Raspberrlss- By FrnntU O Clark No doubt many of our Kentucky farmers have tried the raising of raspberries with an unsatisfactory result If such has been the cane we need to discover if possible the conditions which have proven to be harm ful Perhaps the soil was not of the right kind or diseases destroyed the vines Jot me ask those who have never tried to raise these berries Have you neglected an opportunity to make easy money and enjoy good sauce in tho cold winter months r Let us consider some of the important things to be considered in set ting out our patch The soil should be a sandy or clay loam rich fairly moist yet well drained If your bushes grow too large you can conclude that the soil is too rich or contains more water than is necessary If they do not grow large enough the conclusion is that the soil is not rich enough or does not contain enoughwater The patch should have a cool place where it is protected from the hot winds and from the long days of hot sunshine New plants can bo made by taking the suckers which grow around the old plants in the case of the red berry With the black raspberry the long canes are bent over and fastened in the ground by a shovel full of dirt this should be done in the fall and in tIle spring a new plant will have formed and can be cut off from the old one and reset The rows should be 0 feet apart and the plants 5 feet apart in tho row Keep the ground well cultivated and free from all weeds At the end of the first season pinch off the ends of the longest canes this will cause side branches to form Set out the new bed in tho spring BO as to allow one seasons growth before winter Pruning should be done late in the fall Do not leave more than six or eight canes and cut the ends off from these about 4 feet from the ground Cut out all canes when two years old as they take food room and are liable to cause disease which will destroy the whole bush The most common diseases are Cane blight Orange rust and Anthra onose Canes which have dead leaves should be cutout and burned as soon l as discovered Orange rust can be remedied by spraying with Bordeaux mixture early in the spring and again in two weeks All berries should be pinched off as soon as ripe and not left to attract the birds or to dryon the bushes The Great Lakes Fleat A hardy breed of men doing their Cnty as they fled It the sailors of the grel7akM are more and more la de maad to mnn the new fleets that are bnlldlng every year While the ship yards of the sea coast were walling over the dearth of business the ship yards of the lakes booked orders for 81 ted vessels for the season of 1906 in size from six to twelve hundred tons capacity with a total value of 514000000 Outing Magazine Speed of Cloud Travel A member of the staff of the Blue Hill observatory near Boston has reported that observation made there show that tho average speed with which clouds between 8000 and 9000- feet high move is 60 miles an hour ia midsummer and 110 miles an hour in midwinter The swiftest flight of a cloud yet meuured was 230 miles aa how Expectation Always Alive We lovo to expect and when expectation Is either disappointed or graU tied we want to be again expecting Johnson aw r 4r- 1 Puzzle for Corean Seers A good deal of curiosity was aroused ft few days ago near the once of the Chosen Shlmpo by the birth of a kit tea with two heads and threo eyes The Coreans who are very supersti tious are wondering what this per tends Corea Dally News BroadMinded Views Ono bit In Robert Louis Stevensons Valllraa prayers is good advice Purge out of every heart the lurking grudge he says give us strength to forbear and to persevere Offenders ourselves give us grace to forgive offenses Forgetful help us to bear with the forgetfulness of others To Remove Iron Rust A simple remedy for iron rust stain is to be found in common cream of tartar If this is sprinkled on the stain and the damaged goods then allowed to remain In the sun for a lit tle time the spot will bo found to have disappeared If the flrat application should prove unsuccessful a second win ba eJmost sure to remove the tUta Suburban Ufe r f SEWS OF KENTUCKY Ttraliy Told Information Ceneerehlg Matters of Current Inttmt- k Kontucklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Were Are Found Accurately Betelled h4 Happenings of the Lart Ian port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky May 20At the head of the grave of the late Colonel James E Popper a noted distiller and turfman will be erected a monument that will be adorned with the statue of his wife Mrs Ella Oftutt Pepper The contract for tho monument has Just been closed A cast of Mrs Pep pers features will be taken next week and a sculptor put to work at once to complete tho model before fall Tho statue will bo erect and will crown a plain marble shaft Mrs Popper Is a noted beauty and before her marriage to Colonel Pepper traveled abroad where sho was re gamed by many critics as tho most beautiful woman to visit Europe from America Before his death Colonel Popper exacted tho promise from Mrs Pepper that sho permit her statue to rest on the monument at the head of his grave TWIN TROTTERS Unusual Exhibition on the Broaden Track at Lexington Lexington Ky Ma1141n training at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed era associations track In this city are a pair of twin trotters Star Prodigal and Starless Prodigal So far as can be learned they are the only twin trotters ever trained and If given records will bo tho only twin trotters In the listThey are both bays by Prodigal 216 dam Kathleen Rogers the dam of SenoritA trial 2087 Mutlown trial 212 Martha Simons 220 Ashlawn 224 and J Allerton 226 No trotters have been taken up to be trained this year that have created more Interest than these twins With the exception of a star In the forehead of Star Prodigal and the absence of the star In tho forehead of Starless Prodigal they are perfect matches In type conformation size and color SAFETY COUPLINGS Are Demanded by the Interstate Commerce Commission Louisville Ky Ma115At the lug gestlon of the Attorney general of the United States and upon the request of tho interstate commerce commlslon District Attorney George Durello has filed suits against the Louisville Nashville Railroad company the Louis tulle Henderson St Louis Railway company and the Illinois Central Rail road company under the safety appli ace act- The petition recites that by the rea son of the ineffectiveness of tho coupling apparatus It Is necessary for a man to gat between the cars and make tho couplings and uncoupling all of which the petition alleges Is In con flict with section of the Interstate commerce law dealing with safety appliances LOCKED IN HIS OWN JAIL City Jailer at Newport Undergoes a Novel Experience Newport Ky May HAI a result of nuti gambling agitation In Newport a peculiar situation developed In con nection with numerous arrests Chief Llckert assisted by nearly every mess ber of the pollco force raided a crap gome almost opposite police headquar tern The proprietor and about twen tyfive well known citizens were caught several of whom claimed to be only spectators and every cell In the jail was crowded City Jailer Ben Ploeger was among those captured and ho experienced tho unusual sensa tion of being locked up In his own jail It was found necessary to release Ploeger on bond so that ho could In turn officially release the others as fast as bond was offered WANTS BIG CONVENTION Louisville Going After Democratic Quadrennial Meeting Louisville Ky May 15 Thomas Taggart chairman of tho Democratic national committee was one of the guests of honor at tho twentieth an nual banquet of tho Commercial club last night at which tho movement to secure the national Democratic con vention for 1908 took definite shape Mr Taggart In a speech assured the members of the club that he was fully convinced as to the capability of Lou isville to handle the convention both In the matter of hotel accommodations and an auditorium The members of the club voted 5000 as the nucleus of a fund to bo used toward securing the convention Oldest Dog Dead at Twentyone Lexington Ky May 17Cutle ugp twentyone the oldest dog in the world It is said had to bo put to death here To end Its sufferings a veterinarian muzzled Its mouth with a rack which was saturated with chlo rorforra The dog belonged to James Captain Long who preceded Culls ta the grave only throe years i J r NOVEL DETECTIVE SCHEME I How a Cartoon Led to Apprehension of Alleged Crook Berlin May The arrest at Zu rich Switzerland May 13 of an alleged American swindler Charles Barnstall who Is believed by the police to be Carl Huber of ManheIm followed a unique piece of detective work Barn stall or Umber lived In a fashionable boarding house at Munich whore ho became engaged to a young German woman who loaned him her bank account of 15250 after which he disappeared Tho pollco wore unable to find a photograph of tho fugutlvo but tho woman Informed them that ho bore a striking resemblance to a car toon In a humorous weekly Thom upon the Munich police photographed the picture and sent copies to the authorities of many cities Tho police of Zurich arrested Hnrnatnll on tho strength of his resemblance to tho person depIcted In tho cartoon HE GAVE IT UP Though Surrounded By Luxury Aged Man Tires of Life Now York May 20 Surrounded by every evidence of luxury but apparently despondent because of advancing years Edwin M Uldwell a photographer and publisher ended his life by taking poison Ills body was found In handsomely furnished apartments In West lOCth street Scattered around the room were photographs of scores of New York society people a noto addressed to Albert Q Vanderbilt another to a young woman to whom be had been devoted for several years and a third which read My mind is sound but my body Is weak I am no longer capable of making a living Mr Bldwcll was about 60 years of age The furnishings In his apartments were of sufficient value to have kept him In good circumstances for years WORK OF MISSIONS Methodist Episcopal Church South Hears Encouraging Report Nashvlllo Tone May 20Tho work of the Mission board of the M E Church South was concluded after the adoption of a plan for the Inaugra Uon of home missions and the appor tlonment of the fund to bo raised for tho work in the foreign fold during tho ensuing ecclesiastical year The va saucy In the board of directors of the training school occasioned by the death of Lishop John J Tlgort was followed by the election of Bishop Seth Ward of Texas Rev J F McCulloch was reelected Supt of the Institution Tho total amount appro- prIated to tho mission conferences for the ensuing year was 383488 and the total of tho amount to be raised by the home conferences Is 36653LGO An Interesting Decision San Antonio Tex May 20 Federal District Judge Maxey Instructed the jury to aqult Robert Michael charged with purchasing an overcoat from a soldier holding that clothing issued to enlisted men becomes their personal property and that tho purchase therefore by a civilian does not con stitute an offence under tho federal statutes It Is an offence however for the soldier to sell his property and the law as the court construes It In this case provides that the property purchased by the defendant may be summarily seized by tho government Conditions In Guatamats Moxclo City May 20 Conditions In Qcatamala are said to be growing worso dally The government has a monopoly on all Industrial public se curities Meat Is selling at fz50 a kilo two and a fifth pounds A general peonago system has been put Into force and all work is done under gOY ernment supervision Plantations are going to ruin and economic conditions aro declared to be chaotic Sues Steamship Company New York May ZODr Chalmers Prentlco of Chicago announces that ho has instituted suit against the North German Lloyd Steamship Company for 250000 damages because the master of the steamer Koenlgen Lulse caused the burial at sos of tho body of the plaintiffs wife Mrs Prentice died on the vessel April 27 and against tho protests of her daughter the body was cast Into the sea Minister Gamboa Withdrawing Mexico City May 20Word has reached this capital that the Mexican gunboat Taraplco has left Sallnacrur for the port of San Jose do Guatemala There she will bo boarded by Minister Gamboa who until recently was Mox icos representative In Guatemala Tho minister will bo taken to the port of Acajutla and from there will proceed by rail to tho city of San Salvador Prominent Newspaper Man Dead Clarksburg W Va May 17Sam uel II Baker adjutantgeneral of this state and one of the prominent news paper men of West Virginia Is dead at his homo here lie was business manager of the Clarksburg Dally Tel egram A military funeral will probably be held at Parkersburg Alleged Dynamiter Arrested Ruston La May 20Mack Relslngecr an employee of the VIcks burg Shreveport I Pacific railway has been arrested charged with having dynamited the home of the negro Cook on Sunday last which resulted In the death of lye and the Injury of four atkeear J Y J tKkkKKkkkkkKKkkkkkKkKrYJK OttpKkkkKKKkKkKkKKtlketKe4ttl M Ic WHO SAID GROCERIES I She ought to have said it through tho telephone No 33 or have called in person and talked on tho subject td iWD LOGSDON things at low prices hes the man to talk with i 20 pounds Granulated Sugar jltoo i ry a Sack of Eureka Flour Dost on Earth 55 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 i12 Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before xo oclock will be delivered before BOOB orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon IAll Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store I DKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKkKKKKMr SIASI tkls7ttt 1ttk Stls3sA1Wgttt M i1 ooo+ooo +o+oo+oo+o +o+o +o+o+o +oo+o+o+p+ If You Are Looking For i BargainsI I Store I nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves 6ABargain Prices Io In Mens Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work + Shirts Overalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Iialf hose Hats Collars Ties etc cl Also some Utru Values in 0of tttt4 fWesell Groceries Tinware and Quecnsware and- o prices for Produce tYoursfor Businessi 10tservice Fair View No 747X8 dam Flashy No 12145 daughter of Sadies Red Lad No 27876 and Choice II No 71832 Tcrms 100 David Benge 00000800000000o 0 I o 2 0 History oHo O Thrllllnic Slorjr tit the 1nrtlliUdnl o lent IligliiieiitttMikliillinClvll War ooooooo oooooo Tho 11th a squad of II with Oiptnln Sntallwtxxl and myself by request of old Mr Bnwy a citizen attended the funeral end ted in burying his ditigbt r the bride ol Sergeant OurUnd StcoRd Kentucky Bitter who had died suddenly twu weeks after her The eojrc Ity of ablebakllwl clUunq In neigh borhood made our assistance a mutter of necessity Without our nld tho burial would have been a lilnrtou task for tho few out Wren nail lUilc boys Tho beautiful corpse end Im pressive rervto by an nvmy ohafltila the grief striolton tuitlund tho nunn log parents awl sisters mxlo it In- dlll1 a solemn ten That evening the mens knapsacks were thrown off a train In n heap near tho fort There was soma con fusion each trying to ho JIWto BC euro his individual proporjt Many mistakes were mado but all wore coo rectified without ill humor Old sol dleis learn to bo very patient with comradesTho lh n few of the Eighth were In tho neighborhood trading and ran Into a squad of huxhwhuekers Our boys dropped behind a fence and pro pared for an attack but tho Johnnies fled The sumo day they stolo Lieu tenantColonel Mayhows horso t trom a citizen to whom tho Colonel had loaned his faithful old Dun tho same owned and rodo by Cob onel Matthews Many of tho battalion beside tho lieutenantcolonel hIs loss On tho ICth of October some oxcjto mont and much Indignation wits man tested in camp at a props sltlon by ono Stout to two of his comrades that as tho bushwhackers were known to bo lurking about the neigh boyhood they three should get ono nice who had saved about all of his wages out with them foraging kill and rob him and report that the bushwhackers had dono tho deed lint ho had evidently chosen upright honest boys for pals they believing him to be in dead earnest divulged the wicked proposition to a tow officers who after investigation thought it best to place Stout under arrest on a charge of criminal Intent to OTOTOTO +o+o+O+OTO+OTO Thraud Rediad I have for at my home in BEREA TopNotcher TopNotcher Maud Oomiiiny marriage formerly regretted shocking thorough niunltfr This was done partly for the safety of Stout for many of his rom ratios had threatened to shoot him the first suspicious movement ho should make We have ever entertained doubts of his real intentions and hope ho stated facts In saying that he was only joking lint the Eighth boys doomed that too serious a matter for Jesting TO BE CONTINUED 1 Mm IlogM Ilnlrrtnlu 9lnln Chapel The students of the main chapel were given a rare treat on Monday May 13 They met In tho chapter room where Mrs J A H Rogers whom most of us know and lava to call Mother Honors read one of her own stories How Jack Went to College to tho students Those who had not known Mrs Hogcrs felt that she was ono of us when sho told how aba had come as a bride to Herea in the early years Sho had a little book knowledge but lacked ninny things which are so nec essary to n good wife and a true mo ther Tho Kentucky people warp very kind and helful to the strange little woman who came to cast her lot with thorn Tho story read told of the struggle of a poor mountain boy Jack at Ue rea College In Its earliest days Jack was tho oldest of tho children and tho main dependence of tho family Ho longed for an education and had heard of the school down In the Glade District where such boys as ho were welcomed It was a thing to be dreamed of hut hd dared not voice hIs desires much less hope for their real- Ization Ills mother could not read nor wrlto but her keen eyes sought out his secret her mother love recognized no obstacles nor Impossibilities Second ed by tho self sacrifice of his sisters who gladly gave up coveted pleasures I and accepted cheerfully jnoro drudgery tho mother sent her boy with her blessing out to tho great world at BereaA many of tho audience could have given like experience of the home sickness that overwhohned Jack In his strango environment the anx iety as to how tp meet expenses the comfort in learning that ho could saw his way thru college tho hope that th wood pile would be as unfailing as the widows crulso of oil Jacks terrible temptation and his victory aroused an Inspiration to be equally true and noblo It was a sweet solemn hour And each one felt that Mother Rogers had given a roes sage not soon tobe forgotten 1EF PLEADED GUILTY TO CHARGE OF EXTORTION ANC ASKS FOR CHANCE TO ATONE PATHETIC SCENE IN COURTROOM P wKed That Jury Do Dismissed ant Trial Abandoned Sentence Will Be Pronounced In Two Weeks San Francisco May 1C Abraham 3lucf bettor known oa Abo Ruet ho acknowledged adviser of Mayor Schmitz and oncu Uio recognized dictator of municipal affair In San Fran taco pleaded guilty to tho charge 01 extortion In Judge Dunnes depart went of the superior court Sentence will bo pronounced upon him two weeks hence- Alter a private ooufercnoo with lilt 1mr attorneys In Judgo Dunnes prlv e ilfaiubeni and after they hiJ with drawn front his ease because of the tiwoluttnn ho hml taken to change hie- sirs and avoid trial Huof to the uuor itoni hment of tho prosecution nro4e In court and announced In a dramatic jMlonJs that alter long and Earnest rniieratlon he tad determined to witMmw fib idea of not guilty and ontfi a plea of guilty Ho asked that th iry be dlMutaMd and tho trial abJlndclndIl hta statement from R man uiniif which he had prepared a few Tuouipnts before Judge Dunne oham tn opened Ho bowed In his oleo 1n the expression on hU taco In hl- ctulrt antS gefituroless attltudo and by c tetrs that again and again ov- r1oJ his ores the rjreit cmoUon and vitrr humiliation tJtat ho haul suffered The pathos of tho scene wns com munlcatod to the crowd that thronged the courtroom Tears sprang to the eyes of veteran newspaper men yho have boon life lane acquaintance and whole papers singe conducted against him and his political associates II long and bitter muIttoveral times all but overcome by Imo turn When ho reached tho final words of hie mWrwu + I dmlro to withdraw my plea of not guilty and enter 14 roniiMry pleabls rolcp was mink to f x tvhltper lint to Intense was the si lrnr shed it reuheil to the far nor ufri of the room Though Abraham Ruef baa formally d rler l hlmw f te be g IHy of Ufo t4lsrar on which he wen about tn hr hPd he iwvwlhalee prorMnM Ida In nofefalll lie mflfecMtf that he is pullq vf having connived at Itfo eorrupttofi ortnlclual agates but he clears 1III all the eotphaeU a man Aft hie y conilHVo can eotutaasdtbat- 3rr U pUt of the trW of ex tort too cJurcrt against him Ice dertarw that hto role mllvft la nreuclng Mmrlf In open hurt was t6 nave the live of tltote wkWttto1 aesu BUI larrt to hips tea aged tatfcer and his mWen UMfr and a niece IJ LONG TIME I CalmlySald the Boy When Sentenced I to NlnetyNlne Year In Prison I SL Lovta Mo May 16lt a Jirauy tong time oalmly remarked John Stanp 15 yaara old as ho win JHI from the Juvenile court utter be sutitenccd to JU years in tho iranl i unary tor the murder of Mrs Otllla jrau by stabbing her In the buck f a chowo knife in her grocery Tho Boy pleaded guilty The motlvo for the murder was robberyI Mrs Kraus had noticed 4he boy look- Ing through a window at her store and knowing tile bad reputation took SIOO that she had hidden and put it in her stocking which action was neon by the boy StApp va out on parole from tho juvenile court for robbing tho till o a poolroom at tho limo ho killed the woman Btapp appeared to court without an attorney and Jnmos B Dane asalitant probaUon officer was ap k pointed to defend him It was decided to permit his client to plead guilty to second degree murder Instead of tint degree oa charged I Lived a Double Life Outhrle OkIIL May IGI C Me Cpnmy who came to Oklahoma recent 1ly from Illplcy Tcnn committed siil elite nt Crescent City by hootnilmN- Plf with a 3Scallbor rovplvar He was tJleifmercy on me I hove lived a double Therefore I havo the conlomptol II hgoaltond the acorn of othorp Ma Conley had Invented In considerable property nt Crescent Strikers Demands Granted Son Francisco May 10to Oedry Street road has granted tho demand ol Sj atriking car men and will resume oWralons on a basis of U for tup fiighthour day The board or super rvM N notified the oniclals of this linoi lhqtl mlpRi the company started its rIrhno city would take over the road rato It y In Continual Fur J C1iilpapclnso Mexico stay jThe worS earthquake of tliq Slorraa that 1in visited this section slncothe dig islfous disturbances ot April 14 Wet felt hero The people camp In Uh- lupon and arc In continual tent j v OrplllllJ10S being negglcciei TJTslSOOO Burned In Stage Coach Los MgcleSCal Alay 16A story 1i ttt Ch I j1orQ ot the accidonta- lburnlagofi a stago conch In Death Yal1o near Ash Meadows Sunday It which 15000 in bank bills find inOOI da registered mail wore corasumed 1- r I I WRETCH BEATEN BY THE MOB PUT Oil 8PCCIAL TRAIN AND LYNCHERS FOILED Former Chief of Police Locked In a- CellHe Had Mortally Shot His Successor and Fled Bellovernon Pa May 17A despots ate battle was fought here between Chief of Police Thomas L Guosa and former Chief of 1ollco W L Cate in which Guess wat mortally wounded Aftor shooting his victim Cato forced his way out ot the Jail and began to shoot ui the town After more than 100 shots hero fired ho was placed un der arrest and hurried to Unlontown on a special train to prevent him be lag lynched Cato had boon chief of police of Dellovcrnon until lost Octo bor when ho was supplanted by Guom Cate wont to his homo and obtained Ills 38cnUbcr automatic revolver As ho was leaving tho house he told his wife ho was going to kill lucas When Cato appeared on the street Guess placed him under are t and took him to tho town lockup Taking his prisoner Into a cell Guess began to sonrch him for n knife when Cato slipped Uio revolver out of his coat sleeve and shot boss through the hood Cl now pulled hU gun and tired twice as ho dropped to the liner un conscious Ilurgos Leonard Thompson hoard tho shooting and quickly organized n possa Armed with n nondescript of weapons tho pr sao started alter Cato lie ran to the tollhouse of a bridge and them barricaded tho place A vor liable rain of bullets was poured Into tho little tollhouse and Cato returned the fire but nono of the bullets struck any of tho posse Finally Catos am munition was cxhauetod and Burgess Thompson and Mnckey rushed Into the tollhouse Cato fought dbeporatoly but was clubbed Into Insensibility Uy this time Ute mob had taken posses sion ot tho unoonscloufl Catc and kicking end him through tho streets was preparing to lynch him In spite of tim efforts of Burgess Thomp IOn In the meanUmo wont had been sent tn Sheriff M A Kcpfer and Coun ty Detective Alex McHeth at Union town Securing an engine and ono car they started at recordbreaking speed for Hellovernon arriving hero in tlmo to prevent the lynching Cato Rtlll uneoniolous was hustled aboard the special train On tho way to Ltentown Cat recovered conscious 6M Well I got the 1 was after him a lone Urea he wM As 111aa poMlblv Querns was hurried to Moray hen ltal at riOjburg There It WM fowwl tool the bullet had ponctraUnl the skull and that ho hut no ehanee of reoovry ANTAGONISTHURLED H1 From Lofty Roof of Federal Building Following Desperate Duel Mares aa May 179t duel to the depth WM fought 100 fet In the air between Porumac IIMtl In charge of till eenttmoUon of tho ffdwal bund lag and D M Ilfrrry one ot hU assist ants The duol took place on the very tot of the building People In the street below saw the two men strusfllng on tho roof Ono appeared to hit the other with some weapon The blow seemed to paralyze tho stricken man who was seized by his antagonist pushed to tho verj vorgo of tho root and then hurled oft to tho pavement below Tho body In Its downward flight rtruok ftcaffoldlug after scaffolding cad overy bono must have boen broken before It retched the ground Specta tore discovered that tho dead man was Berry OQlccrs went to the top of the build ing and arro te l Battle who admitted having fought with Berry but said that ho had fallen accidentally Battle says that ho wus attacked by Berry with an iron bar nnd then defended himselfAs tragedy was on federal prop erty Battle Is held by government of ficers rTrain Crushed Through Bridge Chattanooga Tenn May 17Three men killed outright three others BO seriously that they will rile and two others badly injured in addi lion to the crashing of a Southern railway freight engine and 11 cars through n bridge Into Chattanooga crock tho destruction of thrco reel deuces and tt silo driver near by was tho result of a promaturo explosion of a blast at the foot of Lookout moan lain on the Stevenson extension Dig Fire In Plttsburg Plttsburg May I7TQ olarmi were sounded for n tire nt Pennave title and Second street in tho down town district Tho tire elt four dwellings and several manufacturing establishments A number of firemen WoO InjuredA 25000 Robbery Ciiy of Mexico Stay 17 Holders broke Into the Jewelry establishment known as La Acacia here and parried away goods valued nt 25000 Myterlous Killing Albnny N Y May 17 Alonxo How Itt chief electrician for the Albany Huilson Railroad Co was shot and killed by an unknown man at his hqnu In nennsalaer street Death was jn titantflncouK Tho police suspect a relative Sunk In trio Lake Dulnlh Minn May liIt Is report ed hero that tho United States tttccl corporation freighter Sujcon struck u Srtrookporter anti wept to too bottom The crew was paved THREATS OF AGENTS OF THE STRIKERS FRIGHTENED THE MOTORMAN AND HIS CAR GOING AT FULL SPEED asking Left the Rails a Store Killing One and Fatally Injuring Five Others Evansvllle indTay ISTbo first bloodshed In tho tracUon strike was when a street car on tho Walnut street line going at full speed dashed from tho track at Walnut and Eighth streets striking a confectionary store tearing away tbo whole front of tho structure fatally Injuring two per haps three persons and several others seriously Beneath the debris a little 18mothsold child was burled and may dieThe exact cause of tho accident is not established but it Is belIeved to havo wen due to fright on the part of the nonunion motorman on the car He had lost his hood and turned on full lower A few blocks away from the scone of tho accident two men had boarded tho car It Is said that tbolwore strike sympathisers They tho motorman to abandon the car and Join the union Several passengers say that the strike sympathizers were fighting with tbd motorman The streetcar strikers Issued a statement disclaiming all responsibil Sly for the aoddent Car Was Rocking As far as two blocks away true car was seen rocking as it came down the street at high speed The downward elope of tho street at this point and the shallowness of the switches caused the car to swerve us it reached the corner and crash with great force Into the confectionery building J la Catrs n strike sympathizer from Central City and James A Williams another strike sympathizer from Louisville were talking to the motorman when the accident happen ed Calls was so badly Injured that he tiled soon after reaching a hospital Williams wax crushed by falling brick and Is In serious condition The llttlo ISraonthsoId child of Max Kohn a pawnbroker was seriously Injured The Infant was in a gocart in front of the store when the crash came The Injured are In hospitals Officers of tho etreet ear company most of whom live at Lafayette lad are holding a meeting Business men hurtIIngwill try to pot the street oar manage ment and strikers together that a com promise may be effected Leaders of the union tay they will listen to any reasonable demands The Central Labor Union held anoth er meeting at which the strikers were advised not to do anything that would tend to hurt titer cause ROCKS FELL IN FRONT OF FLYER Leaving Two Men Dangling at End of Ropes 100 Feet In Air PltUhurg May IBAII the result of a heavy fall of rooks In Allegheny about 300 yards distant from the Woods Run Station ot the Ft Wayne railroad thrco men had narrow escapes from death and tho Cleveland flyer No 319 narrowly escaped being wrecked The men uro Foreman Thos Perkln Foreman John Adams and George Gttosb laborer Perkins and Gltosh suspended from the top of the cliff by ropes hed been at work removing the rock that wero threatening to fall and block tho tracks They wore about 100 feet from the top and beneath at a distance of 300 foot were tho tracks near which Adams was keeping guard and super- Intending the work of 50 laborers who were removing tho bowlers as they were broken into smaller pieces Suddenly the ledge on which Perkln and Gltoih were standing moved from under them and before the two men could pick a firmer standing place they wore suspended by the ropes In midair Whlto In this peril the Cleveland flyer came along with its Increasing speed and almost ran Into the bowld ers that had become dislodged Gild wedged on westbound track No 1 It was brought to a stop however just us the pIc cf Cm engine touched the rocks Perkln and Gltoah succeeded In hauling themselves to the top pf the prcelp co Sentenced to Hard Labor London May ISWlth one excel ion nil members of Wcstham board of guardians and the workhouse unit infirmary were sentenced to hnrd labor In prison for from sir months to two years on conviction of bribery big Meatlng of Women New York May 18The ninth bi ennial convention of Ute General red crotlon of Womens clubs will be held in Boston during the week of Juno 22 1DOS Auto Racer Instantly Killed Dieppe Franco May ISAlbert Clement was killed Instantly during a run In preparation for the Auto clubs grand prize which 13 to bo compctel for July 2 Clement was thrown out of his automobile ut a sharp turn and sustained a fractured skull Shorty McPeake Dead SL Louts Mo May ISIoter A MoPenkcknown In nearly every print lag office lit this country as Shorty who fell dead beneath tho wheels of a moving train died with a call far bli sa9thcrln St Louis on hlajlos f l T LAST WEEK A RECORD BREAKER IMMENSE TRADING VOLUME IS I CAUSED BY DOLLAR WHEAT No Market For Pikers Say Those Who Know Houses Grow Rich In Commissions Chicago May 20Tlte put week with Its dollar wheat has been a hIs- torIc one in the annals of the Chicago board ot trade While statistics on tho quantity 0I wheat which changed hands are not obtainable tho assertions of veteran traders that the volume ot business was of unprecedented proportion may be wifely accepted There have been wild sessions In the wheat pit before notably when cor ners were being run hen prices fluctuated more violently when small cliques made or lostmostly lostm posing fortunes but never before has there been a broader or better sustain ed general market Never before have grain brokers done a larger business Hardly a house In town has a sufficient force of clerks In the pit to fill the orders which are pouring in from Maine to California Nor are there enough wires to han die tho mass of dally business Tho Inevitable therefore has hap pored and only the larger orders have been considered In the language of the pit It Is no market for a piker Crop reports private and public the solemn verdicts of exports statistics officials and unofficial crop estimates and the enticing literature ot the com mission houses who are growing rich on commissions alone very noticeably in detail but they are practically united in the statement the world can not grow this year nil the wheat It needs to consume Even Liverpool Importers who usu shy work for cheap wheat In America have bought directly in this market a precautionary measure they were com pelled to take In the face of the certainty that their acUon would bull prices still further They bought early In the week at what would now bo called bargain prices Tho majority of traders pro claim loudly still higher prices but take profits on good advances The week ending with the Indicator pointing to the success of tho bulls with May wheat showing a net gain of 4ic July of 4c September of 8c and December of 3cDollar w hoot became an actuality Last Monday when September and Do comber options both passed that mark Tuesday nnd Wednesday proflt taking alo0 were enormous but prices reced ed very stubbornly and kept well above the level at which the market hut begun Uio week This week promises to furnish an other spoouhlUvo excitement for there has been no material change In crop conditions reported THREE COLLEGE STUDENTS Two Men and a Girl Drowned In Lake Washington Seattle Wash May 20 Three young collego students two mill and a girl wero drowned In an accident on Lake Washington The two men were J PrGoBShorn a Junior of Stanfocd university nnd Glen Jacqueth son ot n Killspell Mont engineer and a sophompro student nt the same mall tution The girl Is Edith Vogt aj Junior of the university of Wash ingtonThese three with Eugene White an other Washington university student were out In the lake In a small canoe when a sudden squall came up and struck then The canoe filled with watec and sank leaving tho occupants struggling In the choppy waves While almost succeeded In getting the girl to the canoe when both the other meu throw their arms around him and the four sank White alono coming jin Three students in a small sailboat made a sensational rescue picking him up while the boat was going at high speed Married to 13YearOld Girl AmltQ City la May 20 Mamie Jordan a pretty 13yearold girl was married In Jail to her lover who ran off with her and landed In tho parish prison hero on a charge of abduction The girls mother had the pair arrested and the young man Edward Wolvor was locked up to await the action of tho grand Jury Finally n marriage was arranged and as tho Jallpr would not release Wolver or oven let him leave his cell the couple Joined handy through the bars and the preacher pro nounced the service Immigrants Thrown Into Panic New York May OXlno hundred steerage passengers on the Cunard line steamship Umbrla which arrived here frcw Liverpool were throw into a panic Friday afternoon when an alarm ot fire was sounded on the ship and Kinokci poured fronr the steerage sleep lug compartment on tho starboard aide Prompt action Capt Mills and members ot hU crow prevented a at theI pede of tho terrorstricken men women Bridge Broke Oklahoma City May 20 Eight young Women wore precipitated into the North Canadian river 20 feet dCep At Wheeler park the bridge on which they wore posing for a picture collaps ing Two of them Miss Mantle Vln nnd Miss Mottle Doris wore drowned Leaves House and In Not Seen Again El Paso Tex May 20J S C Clarkson n proultent mining map formerly of Detroit left hla hoarding In Guadajajara Mexico near nevplb f0 1INTERESTING I EXPECT THE BEST OF IT Do the Fusionists When Court Decides I Election Cases Louisville KyTho city officials are up in tho air about tho reported de cision of tho court of appeals in watch It Is claimed the court held that there was ho election and that all the per sons now holding office roust vacate Tho chief Interest la In tho point whether the governor appoints The general opinion now Is thattho court will decide that the governor will have the appointing power It Is almost conceded now that the democrats will lose and that thp fu sfonlsta will have the best of It when Coy Beckham comes to giving out the offices However the democrats hope to put up the same old tight in Novem her when tho special election Is ordered It one Is ordered Mayor Darth is the least disturbed of any of tho officials He sUU be Iljvea tho decision will be favorable to Uio democrats CHILD KILLED But His Playmates Claim Ignorance of the Crime Lexington Ky Russell Linville 9 was murdered by being shot through tho head at the residence of William Goodpaatcr dn Todds road near this city Only two children the tenyear old son and nlneyearold daughter of Goodpaster were home at tho tlmo of the killing but they claim to know nothing about It Young LInvillo was carrying with him when ho went to Gcodpastcrs to play a rusty revolver Before Mrs Goodpaster left homo she took tho loads from the revolver hnd locked them up When she returned she found ono ball missing but the drawer locked No arrests have been made as the case was reported to the police utter midnight BECAME UNCONSCIOUS After Taking Five Tablets For Rheumatism Cure Hopklnsvllle KWL Bamberger manager of the John Moayen Caa mercahtlle establishment has been ly ing urimsclous for several hours as tbo result of an overdose of antlltam nla and codeine which he took for the relief of rheumatism He is known to have taken five fivegrain tablets of the drug early in the day and bout 11 oclock ho lasped into unconscious nose from which tho efforts ot four physicians have as failed to arouse him Ho is prominent In business clr cles and polities and Is n member of the Elks Insurance case Argued Frankfort KyTbe case of the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York vs Insurance Commissioner Prewitt involving an appeal from the circuit court sustaining Commissioner Pre wilt in revoking the license of the company to do new business in Kentucky was argued before the whole bench of the court of appeal by former Senator William Lindsay and Judge Grubbs of Louisville The action grew out of a complaint of former State Agent Disco Hlntiman who was removed by President Peabody for avowed opposl lion to the administration pending the election of directors President Pea body appeared before Commissioner PrewJU before the license was revolted G A R Officers Louisville Ky Before adjourning sine dlo the state encampment G A R completed its election At officers as follows Junior vice commander E Douglass Lexington and cheplam Rev Vaughn RusseHviUp W Pad rick Llndloy and IM- Rucker were ofocted delegates to the national encampment to eld In Saratoga N Y in August Indications of Oil Lexington Ky While drilling an are tesian well on the farm of Harry Stan hope a strong flow of natural gas was struck Tho gas was lighted and burned out and the drilling resumed At a greater depth water came Into the well that was ollrA thorough test of the well will be Premature Explosion Lexlngtpn Ky James Stinnett as- Infurc4 in l1ltrQF1aturo explosion of dynamite pt Me tarp on Jackson Crnxjk and may not survjve Stinnett was under thV Impression that the dy namlt0 had cxpfode And was prepar ing another cHaVgo when two sticks ot the explosive wentoff Reward Foi Shotvyell Frankfort Ky Gqy DC ham tip n request of he county Jud ie of Whit ney county offeroila reward of 500 for the arrest shotwell the Frankfort penltenUary convict wto when the qherlff attempted to arrest ilm rcslstcd and woundedthe sheriff tad his deputy Found 2000 lit Gold t Sharpsburg KY obn1ones a tone masonWhlle digging vp an old Hump foilml gold tofli amounting to 12000 The remnants ofn fleeced wasEvso V Cuts Ulttle Figure Mayfield KXAA baby weighing1 One md A half pounds was born to the elfe 01 Plar e The t roypects or lhp dIUdlivqJlJP Pl1i Thle Ill Jje 11 on record IB this Mart dftho counlrrV i n i to A 1 EQUITY ORGANIZER 1 Outlines Some Plans of the Society To Handle Tobacco Crop Lexington Ky Lexington Louis ville and Covlngton are to be as the rites for the factories to selectedJated by the American Equity provided the American Tobacco i Co does not purchase the 1906 andh1907 tobacco crops that have 1iraised In the burley districts H B Sherman general field organizer re ports that the Society of Equity has 18 organizers in the field and over 90000 I acres of the 1907 crop have been pool ed This acreage Is pearly twothIrdIof the entire burley tobacco crop I says that the society heartily Indorses r amalgamation with the American Fed eration of Labor and he believes union men all her the country will indorse j the movement The rumor is current here that the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co and the American Society of Equity negotiating plans to pool all of the arefbacco on hand which amounts to 000000 pounds The proposition is the equity representative to forI61 per cent of the capital stock in Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co and t to fix the capital stock of the new cointpany at 3000000 It Is said 1 Green River Association Is also interested I in the movement t LEAGUE FOR LAW AND ORDER J Organization Formed Under the Auspices t of Mayer Woods Louisville KyThe Law and Order League of Kentucky was formed at I the Masonic Temple under the au spices of Mayor Clarence K Woods i of Richmond who has been working up the movement for several weeks I 1 There was only a fair sprinkling of I delegates when the convention mot but in the afternoon and evening thevcrowd grew larger the Ministerial As i feoclaUon of Louisville and many prom I inent workers throughout tho state at tending It was stated that the pur l pose of the meeting was to promotofttemperance legislation to prevent berg at elections to stop gambling to prevent Sunday desecration anlltII K Taylor of Winchester Mayor J T Earle of Latonia spoke earnestly of tho Baleful Effects ot Race Track Gambling John Chand ler of Louisville Rpv W J Naylor ot Paducah Mayor C E Woods of Richmond and Rev J S Lyons ot Louisville spoke on the defeats of the Jars and their correction New Testimony Creates Stir Lexington KyAt tho opening of Judge James Hargls trial for complic ity In the murder of James Cockrlll M J Peters a new witness swore that Just after Cockrlll was shpt he saw Judge James Harpls and Sheriff 11 Callahan in Hargls store with guns In their Hargls handsJback Levi or Smith at tho courthouse window Cockrill was shot Smith ran henrseenThis was all new teatlmqny and created I a stir In tho courtr onlIHave a Dual Mission Lexington Ky Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland ot Frankfort and Senator Newman of Versailles left for Washington to close a contract I with tho federal government to make Ia survey of the forestry interest ot Kentucky the government to pear 4ne hat the expense and tho state the er halt While in Washington They will study the emigration leiUonand will cooperate with tho noonalgov ernment In securing desirable emigrants for Kentucky k Stole the Corpses Clothes Louisville Kron the charge ot having stolen the clothps of a corpse Robert Price colored was arrested Price Is alleged to have forced the lock of fin undertaking establishment to have undressed tho body which was reposing on a cooling board and to have donned the clothe and made his escape Tobacco BarnJs Burned Hopklnavllle lCyAbY of masked horsemen supposed to be Night Raiders burned a tobacco barn of a planter named Wallace In Trigg count Ky Wallace is not a member ot the association The plant beds of M Wile of Caldwell county were also destroyed City Wants Separate Election Lawrenceburg KyThe whisky forces sprang a surprise on the hereby filing n petition asktngcnatthe local option election which ibasbecn called for June bo postponedaiintll July and that this ellyhe given a sep aratq eleptidn at Ujat time front the county Feud Broke Out Owensborp KyTho WobberDow dell feud broke loose gan between John and Rob Webber on one side and WHI i powdell and GlOr v Stephens oh thp of er The bullet that tpok effect struck Mrs Georgo Steph ens peace malt in the calf of theIleg Wets yictoriqu Cynthlana Ky Tpqreta won tha in this city receiving 493 Votes In the tour wards to the drys 458 The drys carried only one Ward but that by a largemajbrlty i tJ 1 J t bI I 1 ie etHloteyloioieimioioioioloioioioiotleioioieioioioEast News You Get Nowhere Else I go MrrwpoaWW ulM tifH U fill by W wrIUt Tat UUBI p o U aot tar fikUMttM bit a u liana of root taitk Write tUlnly o- iololoioioioloioioioioiololalololololooioioloioioio Commencement 1907 Commencement Dar It Juno Vlftb and there will b exhibition und hlrell by students In the morning with n great dots of lroduct at Fireside Indnntrlea and A general viewing of the College Ilbrnry Printing Office Machinery etc In tho evening at 3 F M the OmndI Oration will be given by Dr Jn told formerly lretdent of the Ohio state Unlrcrnlty sad now Librarian of Colombia 11l1hclIIltyIDr Can peahen In America embody can heir him and will be Instructed and pleased by what ha hear Come early and enjoy ooe of Ue gnat pays of a UfoUm80I ADISOH COUNTY DUCYJrUs May nMr James Deney and wife and Mr Owen Rose and wlto visited i Mr George Hurd and family lost Sun t day Mlsa Salllo Young returned last Monday from Hamilton Ohio whero she has been visiting her sister for acme UmeMrs Lizzie Klmborlaln vloltofl her mother Mrs It Dingo of Hugh ono night last week her Bis ter Dales Maggie Benge returning wits herMr E D Walton and of Brasafleld visited Mr Mor Walton and wife last Sunday 1timer Christopher WInkler of Berea this week on business Mr hisII f Walton and wife Sunday Mra Frank WInkler of Berea Is visiting- i a nor fattier and other relatives of this f y place this week Mr Dave linger of Kerby Knob visited his brotherinlaw SundayTheIrabbit The rabbit ran under the Disciples Church the dog ran on top helpIcourt at Compton Wolf county ROT Spenco Is at his home in Beatty vlllo Junction but will return to this place In a few days0 W Lakes made a business trip to Richmond on Saturday last Willard Lakes who has been at homo for two weeks has returned to his medical school at Louisville Ho reports success in Ills work and enjoys it very muchThe debate was well attended and with good attention The speakers on the affirmative side were H F Drown of Winchester Rev James Young of this place Rev Spencer of Leo coun ty the negative side were Emmet inter and William Coyle of this place and T H Davis of Winchester The affirmative side won H F Drown president Emmet Miller deputy sher- Iff George Hill moderator O W Lakes sold one hog to John Hornsby for 1000T H Davis bought of Bill Dates 800 acres of timber land JACKSON COUNTY HoKEi May UMlss Janla Recco of Kerby Knob was tried for Insanity here last week and was sent to the asylum Irvin Fowler eon of the late Hiram Fowler of this place died fn Hamilton Ohio last Sunday morning of measles and fovor His remains were brought back by William and John Fowler his brothers and Interred In McKee Cemetery Two younger brothers and i one stater wife of James Gilbert are sick with measles in Hamilton but by proper care they will soon be up again The bereaved family have the sym pathy of tho entire neighorhood A WTBakor and wife visited relatives In Manchester last week J S Reynolds Is serving on the Federal jury at London this weekour Jail or John Farmer went to London on Sunday and returned Monday Miss Cora Amy of Maulden Is visiting her brother Dr W T Amyx of McKee Dr Goodman of Welchburg was In town Sunday We are always glad to Me the doctor whether sick or well MifiB Grace Farmer la vltltlng her male at IrvtneG I Rder and wife went to Berea Saturday and purchas ed some furniture 8 N Welch went to Oakhyoa a visit lost Friday Tie fuawml of old Uncle Jamea Turn er cat wife were preached at the res SundarIand George Johnson OTOVUH J3OTTOM May 1ISW have had a few nice flays and farmers eeem to have taken advantage of H by plowing and burn inglog heaps MteB Anna Powell Is some from Berea whore she has been attending school Mr Henry McGulre of Goochland passed thru bore en route to McKee and stayed all night with his eon Lewis Green Hayes of Gray Hawk visited his father and mother Mr and Mrs W M Hayes last weekMr and Mrs J F Van Winkle visited at James Durhams las Sunday Dora to Mr and Mrs Mer Ida Smith a girl on May 11thThe family of John Durham have measles and It Is feared several others will take the disease Rev William Powell had a log rolling Saturday and MM FovaU nail a aalltla peeMra i l I Sarah Johnson of Climax Is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs George Wild of this place Mrs Cas lufl Van visited her parents Mr and Mrs James Garrett of Goochland Sunday Isaac Durham attended tho church at Pleasant 11111 Saturday James Durham the travelling sales man Is around delivering portraits this week and everybody seems to be welt pleased with his work George Kerby another of our travelling sales men has stopped long enough to get married The brldo was Miss Bcttlo Harrison of Sand Gap May their path thru life be strewn with flowers 1IUIILEY r May ITWe are having some very cool weather Jack Frost has been with us again Quite a crowd from this place attended a big funeral meet Ing near Bradshaw SundayMr J Anderson of Gray Hawk who has been attending the Medical School at Louisville was a very welcome caller at Palestine Gabbards Saturday Everybody was glad to seo Mr Ander son back again Henry Marcum of Birch Lick visited at John Roberts Sunday Drummer John Lear passed thru here Sunday on his way to Mc Kee He stopped and visited a while at Jacob Gabbards Polite McCollum was tho welcome guest of her cousin Tommie Angel Tuesday nightMr and Mrs James Angel and two little sons Bradley and Jackson visited Mr and Mrs Crls Roberts Sunday last Nannie and RIley Gabbard will vis It friends and relatives at Letter Box Saturday and Sunday All the old ladles of this community are trying to see who can raise the most ducks this summer Mrs Marla Roberta has forty and a lot more eggs setting Mrs Martha Harris visited her sister Mrs Lllllo J Moore Thursday Mrs Llllle Moore caught a nice lot of fish Wednesday evening Born on the 1C of May to the wife of J I Lakes a fine I1rWe were glad to hear from the new correspondent at Ollnblr- Llge Angel of near Middle Fork Is hauling goods for our merchant Mr W M Hurley this week Mr and Mrs Isaac Stephen of this place con template going to Arkansas this rail where they will make their home OUAV HAWK May 16 Farmers are busy plant Ing cornJ B Bingham bought a horse from G W Tincher for J8320 Robert Judd W R Hellard and E P Neeley had an accident last Satur day whllo out driving We hope all will recover G W Tincher has pur chased a fine mule from A Hunter for 10000J B Bingham has about recovered from the fright ho got at his barn when Mr Arastus Sponce drove In on him John Fry bought a horse from J B Blngham for 113750 mow R Engle has gone Into the farm Ing business this week We had a good meeting at Mr Thomas Parratts Saturday last A large crowd was gathered sad a great sermon was preached by the Rev George Johnson and Thoa Turner on fleeing from the wrath to comeJas Btldham caught a fine fish last Wednesday It weigh ed 7k pounds on the hook W D Hellard landed his timber safe at Liv ingston without any trouble Ties are bringing a good prlce1fr Wiley Johnson was the welcome guest of Mr Thos Turner and family Sunday last Mr Thos Parrett filled his regular appointment at the old chapel Miss Jennie Voharst has given up the Idea of staying In this county and expects to go back to New YorkMr Irvine Privett Is still serving on the building committee at Gray Hawk HUGH May 20 People are busy planting corniMr Tom Click of this place made a business trip to Mr Drought ons at Brassfleld Saturday Mrs Llzzlo Klmberlaln of Dreyfus visited her mother Mrs Alice Dingo Tues day night Salen Melvin and Tots Azblll were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Bangs Saturday night Sev eral boys of this placo went seining Saturday night and reported a fine tlmeHr and Mrs Robert Bongo made a flying trip to Berea Friday Mr and Mrs Jake Perking were the guests of Mr and Mrs R I Hale on Saturday night Miss Maggie Denge Is visiting her sister Mrs L Kim berlaln of Dreyfus this week Mr III ram Elya folks who have been on the sick list are able to be out again Mr Noel and Tom Alexander attend ed church at Dreyfus SundayMr and Mrs W T Powell visited Mrs J M Powell Sunday MIDDLE FORK May 18 Sunday school Is progress- Ing nicely with good attendance Misses Delia and Minnie Angel Miss Demla Cole Saturday vlRltedII iza Tuseey vlelUd at Wes Friday Dam Lear and Andy who have been at Hamilton Ohio for the past three months returned to their homes Saturday Does Wilson and Delbert Cole visited at Wes Ah gels Sunday Drummer John Lear BUM thru Mrs Sunday OB k1I way to McKco Miss Nina Wilson visited Miss Minnie Angol Thursday Mr npWilsonsnlo Wilson visited at J W Angels Friday evening ESTILL COUNTY Lull Tol May 18Mr Elbort Winkler of Bo rea was thru hero Wednesday and Thursday taking orders for tomb stones and ho also preached at this place Wednesday and Thursday nights Mr Jonah Tackett passed away on last Sunday night at 830 p In leav ing many friends and relatives to mourn his lossRov Frank Koblson of Crooked Creek will preach at this place Sunday tho 10th at 3 p m Mr Isaac Cain of Happy Top Is via iting friends at Station Camp Mr Willa Blanton of Alcorn passed thru hero on his way to Middle Fork last Sunday Mr Elbort Wlnkler visited his uncle Joseph Farthing last Wed nesday night Noll Nett Harrison of Chestnut Flat Is visiting her sIster Mrs Jonah Powell Mrs Phillip Powell who has boon sick for sometime Is out againMr Isaac Tackett who has been visiting hiS brother loft Wednesday for his homo at Lily Ky Miss Member Wolja spout Saturday and Sunday with her friend Miss Mary Jane Powell Mr R G Logs don passed thru hero Wednesday on his way to Drip Rock Several from this place have been attending church at WnBcravlllo this weok Mm Ly dla Logsdon Is on tho sick list AVAGKnSVIIIlS May ISWo nee having some fine weather now It seems as If tho good old summer time Is at last heroMrs A L Wilson was called tho first of the week to tho bedside of her daugh ter Mrs J B Broaddua who Is very sick with pneumonia Mlso Nettle Wagers Is visiting Misses Kate and Fan Wagers this week Mesdames A E Scrlvner and Jeff Wagers loft Tuesday for Richmond and heron where they will visit friends and rel atives Vcrnon Scrlvuor who has been confined to his room for the past three weeks la Improving Mrs Mat Scrlvnor was tho guest of the Misses Wagers Wednesday Mliwofl hills and Maud Park entertained friends Sun day last Mrs Sam Congletbn and her niece Miss Jessie Moors wore th guests of Mrs J M Edward Friday Rose Arvlno was the guest of Fan Wagers Saturday Misses Kathryn and Fan Wagers entertained a num ber of friends Sunday Those present were Misses Annie May and Bottle Sue Scrlvner Nottlo Wagers Nannie Kldwell Masers H C Wagers Frank and Will Congleton Willie and Am broso Wilson Misses Mary and Kate Macros wero tho guests of Mis Lena Edwards Sunday Tho meeting at this placo Is progressing nicely THE CRY FOR WHEAT Has Given the Chicago Board of Trade the Busiest Time of Its Life VISIBLE SUPPLY INADEQUATE It Is the Opinion In Trading Circles That There Will Not Be Enough to Meet All Demands When the Crop Is Harvested This Summer Chicago May 20The past Week with Its dollar wheat has been an historic ono In the annals of tho Chi cago board of trade Whllo statistics on the quanUty of wheat which cbang ed hands are not obtainable the as sertions of veteran traders that the volume of business was of unpreco dented proportions may bo safely ac ceptod There have been wild SOl alone la the wheat pit before notably when comers wore being run when prices fluctuated moro violently when small cliques mado or lost mostly lost imposing fortunes but never before has there been a broader or better sustained general market Never before have grain brokers done a larger business Hardly n house in town has a sufficient force of clerks In the pit to Oil tho orders are pouring In from Maine to which Nor are there enough wires to handle tho mass of dally business Tho Inevitable therefore has happened and only the larger orders have been considered In the language of the pit It is no market for a piker Crop reports private and public are practically united in the statement that the world cannot grow this year all the wheat It needs to consume Minor Items such as greon bug damage and tho like have been made much of but tho weather here and abroad Is tho nitInfluential factor Even Liverpool Importers who usual ly work for cheap wheat In America have bought directly in this markot a precautionary measure they were compelled to take In tho taco of tho eertalnty that their notion would bull prices still further They bought early In tho weok at what would now be called bargain prices Tho majority of traders proclaim loudly still higher prices but take profits on good advances The week promises to furnish more specula tin excitement for there has been na material change IB ere eendlUoaa y kL 7 T ENGLANDSAYSj I NO ALUM I IN FOOD In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is prohibited by law because ofthe injurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Alum in food You may live Where as yet you have no protection agaroet Atm The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powder is Co 3apiaiiSp t I ROYAL ROYAL is made rom Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar a ptih Gia product Aids digestion adds to the healthfulness of food CANT SETTLE DOWNI Opposing Factions In Honduras Are Still at War Puerto Cortez May HWar Is again breaking out In Honduras according to travelers arriving hero from tho Interior Thn lighting this time Is between tho same armies which took part In the continent lust completed but with a new alignment of parties Tho quarrel Is over who shall bo president Nlcarguans as well as Honduran comprise the present bolllgoronts This time however tho Nloaraguans Instead of fighting as conquerors are marching under the guise of peace makers their object being to support with arras ono of tho presidential as pi rants Claims Belf Defense Petersburg Ind May 20AbT- m710r a farmer living near Otwcll this county became enraged at his stepmother Mrs John Traylor be cause sho testified against him In a divorce suit brought against him in tho Pike circuit court Saturday and last night emptied tho contents of a doublebarreled shotgun Into tho wo mans back Inflicting a fatal wound Traylor who Is In Jail claims that tho woman fired on him with a revolver and that he shot hor In solfdefoaso Jury Places the Dlame San Luis Obispo Cal May UThe coroners Jury holding an Investigation over the bodies of tho victims of tho wreck Saturday afternoon at Honda finds that the wreck was duo to do fective equipment of the Southern Pa ciao Railway company THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Point Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon OOo No 2 rod S3C CornNo 2 63c OatsNo 2 mixed 42c Hay Clover 1600 01800 timothy J190002100 mlllot 1300 1500 Cattle260 Q GOO Hogs 6000640 Sheep 3000626 Lambs 5000760 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 07c Corn No 2 GSHc Oats No 244VSC Cattle 47505C5 Hogs 1600045 Sheep 1000526 LambsG257G5- Al Chicago Wheat No 2 red 99y c Corn No3 63V4c Oats No 2 43o Cat tle Steers 400650 stockers and feeders 300525 Hogs 6760 IiIiTh Sheep 4250625 Lambs 5500760 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500600 Hogg 0600 710 Sheep 40005150 Lamba 050 0800 At East Buffalo CattloMO600 hogs5Z0 680 0heop 8000685 Lambs 600 0825 Wheat at Toledo Scpt97c July 95c cashSJftc The huge statuo of Liberty in New York harbor is built up of cast Iron Time surface la covered with a thin layer of copper A Daily Thought Hope Is our privilege and duty for hopo Is the sweot content that grows out of trust and perfect happiness Helen Keller HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Orbs over rod nfflco Iliane 1 S3 Warehouse wept of llepot Steel Rooting Cheaper Than Ever saves Trough tf loss Ulan Old Price 1 1 PRESIDENTS SUMMER PROGRAM Rest at Oyster Day Will Follow the Indianapolis Trip Washington stay 18Wbn the president Imvre here a week from next Wednesday for his trip to In dianapolis the White Hotnw will pro tically CWIM to be the Boater of thugs until nat 8t wb r The president will return base OR the morning of June X but be K likely ty go to hla country plate In Virginia for a fw days nnd on June S he will leave for the Jamestown axpoalUoa where ha Is to deliver two addresses on time tAt lowing day OM to the National Bill tonal aeaoehtlioH and aaoUttr at the opening of W GeonrtA Mate building He will he hare on June 11 and on June It will go to Oyster 0y for tho summer He la looking forward to a quiet sURMMr and it is amwuMed that poUttataM wilt not be a o8tiraE d to disturb hit rest The Scrap Book The Paramount issue One day during the campaign of 1000 Major Henry Newman WM at Iopliir niuir Mo itrunclilaff Itomocraey pure aril umlcflietl In his bet form hut retraining from any discussion of the paramount Lena Among Uw iwijers auditors was a citizen In a peUcetHaus helmet who marked the omission and Interrupted How about the 1hlIHpayinar ho naked with a brogue which loft no doubt ns to his nativity Major Newman continued without appearing to notice the questioner How about tho IMillUpaylnsr camo again at tho mid of one of the innJorH boat Iloriool- lHnlt a dozen of these Interruptions followed with no npjMrent lotup to tho Irishmans i ertet nr My friend Mill Major Newman at length Ill tell you about the Ilillllp stirs Tho Imitation of time brogue was per fect and everybody chuckled Ill toll you conlldoutlally Mill the major seriously whit Im In favor of doing with time IliIIIIpayltiK Id trade the Ihllllpaylus to Groat Britain for Ireland and then wo could raise our own policeman FATE Two shall bo born the whole wide world npart Mid spnik In different tongues and have no thought Each of the others being and no herd And these oer unknown eeaa to unknown lands Shall cross escaping wreak defying death and nil unconsciously shape every act And tlCnJ each wandering step to this one end That one day out of darknau they shall moot ind read llfoi rneantntf In each others epos Ind two shall walk some narrow way of life Bo nearly side by tide that ihould ono turn Ever so little space to loft or rIght They needs must stand acknowledged face to face And yet with wistful eyes that never meet With groping hands that never clasp and lips- Calling In vain to ears that never hear They seek each other nil their weary days And dlo unsatisfied And this Is fate Susan Marr Spalding Choates Answer Somo ono naked of Joseph IT Choato If you could not bo yourself whom would you rather bo7 Mr Choato pon Icrcd Then looking up and catching tho oyo of his wife answered Mrs Dfeoatefl second husband I IPOWDER iIBerea College Fair FOR Fireside Industries JunpG1007Day in looms 30 and 37 Industrial IJuIlilIng Bend the list oQpreiniums uui prepare to make an exhibit If you Hhoulil not take n premium you can show your skill and may hnvo o aim a co lo sell something TAKE NOTICE anytimeday June 4 JD07 or from 7 A M to JO A M nHlnemtay June 5 19C7 All gotxlit entered for premium trust knee been mule tinet last Comtnmetmenl Day June 0 1906 Homo products 1101 ineluilwl in our HHI of promiuum may be ol1llhll od and ol orwl for sale Wo offer flue prnmiuma for hick ory or onk split baskets melon dowandfor thehallwill find a readier PREMIUMS OFFEREDit- mepxaaxllfrnnewnrrnCorrtthsjo moo cJI1 ffl LaoLinen 50 m- Iwlo loomespun 0 10finrnpAnwool50MifimfIUIn Ilurn II yda Lw so rsRigor 0 split tntlonihaprd 100Ashandles 15lIndISKllitNo premiums will bo giretr for Linsoy Dress Klnnnols or Liueua yardsOnlybo given for condclam articles when no firetclaan ones lave entered bICommittee on Homespun JDrWGBEST DENTIST CITV 1HONi 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 1 S R BA- DENTIST K Ij OticrlrintingOMceB WJu+ a VV jHH2 Ju6J4 Teeth extracted without pain kunuoforme C F HANSON LICENSED EMBA1MEE UNDERTAXEKI t all promptly attended to night end day IAIi No 4 Herea Ky A