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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 IHES I DENTS OFFICE I3EHEA KY X i rururorororuuroororurururBEREA 0 INCOIUonATyJ1 oE ALBERT COOKPhD Manager 0 0 1oItertd1ll1Ac Po toffike M aerea Ivy asaoedi o da nteuenM erS00000000000000 I Vol IX Five cents copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 20 1007 + One Dollar a year No 1 I i TUIIIr the Hill Cum Ins from Narrow Gup 0 The Niimiwr sap Mrli Mil nnil Church lesseej key A J THooi ii and Rev Howard lluHm ire onducUng very interest Ivg ami tmicMful revival oiwtlngahcre lhi wrck I I I A NEWS Of THE WEEK t Russian Congress Is Dismissed Wine Growers In France May Rebel Mayor SohmlU of San Francis co Is Convicted And Expelled from Office Two Cent Fare Commen ces In Missouri J On June IKk tile UnesUn parlia t meat the Down WM dtomtoeed by order ot Ute Clear A new pnrltament ta to be elected to meet November 11 On Jane Hth the prime minister Btolypln demanded of oe RIMSMH eoBBfeee that It should suspend fifty five ot its ntemben who were mem brs of the Social Democratic party tke government claiming that they formed a secret orgnnlutlo ncnlnet the government to else armed rebel lion among the ptMftnU sad other dangerous thlnge The Douma refused to suspend them claming that the proof was not Mlflcleot and that It WM lust because these men were Social Democrats that the government dealrad their removal As soon as the parliament was dismissed the police tried to arrest sixteen of those who were supposed to be the chief IOn spirator but seven ot them escaped So far no disorder has ben reported It to a serious question whether the government is wise In dismissing the Douma so soon but the oMnmoocing of representative government In a country like Russia lia very hard problem asd away things will have to be dove there which would not bo- neeteH17 In othor countries t On JUM Mh there was a groat meeting of wine growers In Mootpol ler Praiwe to err out against the Making of wine soonlled out of cfcemkata In well large quantities as to hurt their buetneet It is said that halt a million inenU were at the meeting sad that they will go to Parts to compel Ute government to stop Ute miking of adulterated wine If It Is act topped Immediately They retaee to pay taxes until they have uelt1111comma us local gBTWflmeML There fe danger at n sertewi rebelltea Myor iekwte ot sa Pranebeo WM eoorlcled of the etarses against kin and to In jnti On June 17tfe the I hoard of Sapenrteon of the city put him ol ot offlee and steeled 4Mie OfttlnRker to be mayor for a few days until another ie appointed Blgkteen mllrmdc agreed with the liMe of MhwMirt to oommanco June 11th soiling UekoU at two cents a mile according to a law recently paus ed there and try Itfur three months If In that time they find they are losing money they will appeal to tko eourta to have the law an nulled io+O+O+O+OO+O +O+O +O+O+O + AS AN- IN I I VESTMENT io t A savings account in this Bank presents tsome peculiarly attractive features as corn + + with the usual forms of individual in I vestment If you loan money to your friends you imay lose the money and the friends both tYou always dislike to urge payment and if you Itshould die such loans would probably be the + your executor couldcollect Y mayfluctuate + ttime you may need to sell Often dividends passed + 1Money in business enterprises outside of + t a risk out of proportion to the + profit tAsavings account in this Bank is always tpar plus interest credited and can be + cashed for the full amount at any time tYou are protected not only by the care ful investments matte by this Bank but also by our Capital and Surplus of 6000000 This with FOUR per cent interest is a fine investment 1 COIIra I O+O +O +o o+o o- c I 1e Q U1 U r TITlE CITIZEN fi OUR KENTUCKY II Graduating Oration of Harry Burnam Kinnard In Derea College June 6 1007 Bordered by five mighty states on the north and east and stretching south to the historical battlefield of Tenn essee there to found upon the map of the United States a spot that is shaped like a country bam The fat end rests upon the backbone of the Cumberland Mountains and the hook is dipped In the turbulent waters of the mighty Mtottoelppl That spot to Kentucky our native state a state which we are alt prowl to call our homo One hundred and fifteen years ago last Saturday Kentucky WM admitted lato the Union She may well be proud of her history The pioneer Kentuek lane crowed the mountains with their old flintlock rifles on their shoulders determined to win a new homo for thomsolvofl They fought the Indian until his wnrwhoop no longer rang In the forest aud his scalping knife no longor gleamed at the oabln door Under the leadership of George Rogers Clarke they won froth the British the northwest territory by their capture of KMkasklu and Vlncennea Ten thousand Kentuckians took part in the defense of Ohio and Michigan in the war of 1812 and onethlrdof the army which under Jackson defeated the Brit ish at Now Orleans consisted of Ken tucky volunteers In tho war with Jloxleo the question was not how many troops wore required from Kentucky but how many the government could be induced to accept Kentucky was tho first state to strike a blow for Cuban liberty It was a Crittenden who when captured by tho Spanish and ordered to kneel that he might be shot proudly uttered tho keynoto of his race A Kentuckian kneels only to woman and his God and always dies facing his enemy In the Civil War Kentucky furnish ed Lincoln to the North and Davis to tho south Forty Thousand of her sons woro tho gray and eighty thousand tho blue the largest number In pro portion to population that has over been furnished In time of war by any modern state No wonder the Kentuckians are noted the world over for their daring and bravery Thelri blood has enriched every battlefleld1- and their deeds have Illumined every page of tho nations history But enough for tho past Let us turn for a moment and seo what tho present and future have in store for Kentucky Today we are entering up on a now era an era which is com pletely transforming the world Every ago has some dominant spirit The dominating spirit that Is actuating this ago Is the spirit ot reform All over our broad country it has been doing its good work In education politics and religion it has worked changes which nreoC tho greatest value to mankind Our own state is now com- Ing fully in touch with Ute spirit of tho age The spirit of reform Is hero and it is echoing from the press the pulpit and the platform Tho need for a better educational system Is tho great crying need of our state and it is a need to which the people are nobly responding At last i to the fact that our schoolhouses are very far apart TYPHOID FEVER SHOULD BE STOPPED Drops of sweat that save a mans life are better than tears after he is dead There is no need of anyone getting typhoid feverit is a disease that comes from a poison that flies bring from dung heaps to the food in your house but more than all from water that has been poisoned by the drainings from such outhouses or something of the sort typhoidfeveryourhousefore it is drunk Then let it cool keep it covered from the flies and drink it and you will be safe from poi sbn in the water The water that has typhoid fever poison hiding in it will look all right and taste all right but there is death in it After it has been boiled it may not taste as good but it is safe Uncleanness is the best friend of sick ness and death Its cheaper to buy screen wire than pay doctors bills Flies carry filth of allsorts around Keep them off your food Keep your manure heaps where the flies breed far away from your kitchen Keep everything that is not pure and far away from your cistern or well or spring Keep your beds dry and clean and your houses scrubbed cloan Dont let anyone spit on your floor for the spit of a person who has consumption even tho he dosent know he has itt will give the disease to others Keep your hands and body clean and you will be health ful Keep your house and everything around it clean and it will be a friend to health and a foe to death Keep it dirty and it will be a friend to all kinds ofsickness and help fill up the burying ground It takes hard work to keep things clean but it pays if your life and the lives of your friends are worth anything and our standard of education Is very low We are beginning to realize that the world snow calls for educated mon and women How foolish we would consider tho soldier who would go Into a battle without a weapon Out how much more foolish the person who goes out to fight the battle of life without an education Ho is M halplaee as the unarmed soldier and klfltory and experience alike prov plat to baa small ehanee of success Dut W would not have you believe that the need for better education is the only need at oar Mate There are others which are almost as pressing and here too the spirit of reform is at work Kentucky has often been aooueed of being a Mate where there is little or BO respect for the law That Its good name has often been tarnish ed by lawlessness and disregard for the sacredness of human life we cannot deny That much whiskey has been made and drunk In our state we also admit But those conditions ore now rapidly changing Everywhoro Law and Order Leagues are being formed and the womon and children of our Kentucky towns are marching In pro cessions thru the streets and plead ing to men to vote out the saloons Tho evils of lawlessness and intemperance must be destroyed and there are others which as yet are hardly touched Party methods now prevail ing in our state admit of no defense or excuse and demand immediate and thoro reform In many places party leadership has passed into the hands of politicians who think more of party success than of public good They have not come to realize that pub lic office Is a public trust and value place and power in proportion as they afford opportunity to promote party and personal ends To these methods backed by a party spirit that tolerates If it does not inspire them the bad condition of our politics is to bo at tributedIf would remedy these condl tions we must put our state pride and loyalty above our party pride and loyalty We must vote for the best man regardless of arty affiliations This I know will seem a very strange and radical measure to many of you yet It Is one which is being used very effectively all over our country today Tho evil and base politician can no longer shelter himself under tho cloak of his party He must not only rep resent principles but he must have principlesTho of reform Is already on Every good citizen is a soldier and his best weapon Is the ballot Arise Ken tucklans Go forth to the battle clothed in the armor of righteousness and the time will soon come when Kentucky will no longer bo called the Dark and Bloody Ground when it will no long er bo noted for Its good whiskey and Its deadshots its lawlessness and Its toads but when it shall be called the Fair and Peaceful Ground the homo of good and lawabiding citizens Gods Own Country I think I voice the cast nienls of all this audience when I say All honor to our Old Kentucky and to our New Ken tucky may her standard ever wave on high may it never be waved man unrighteous cause i tJ j J I J o- 1 aioSo oSoSusorolososoaosolo- o S An advertlsment In The Clt 3 o A Izen would reach five thou 8Sooooeooooooooft n WILLSON IS THE MAN Republican State Convention Will Nominate Him for GovernorState Educational Association Is Meeting Four Men Killed or Wounded In Owsley County The Kentucky Republican State Con ineLpuisvllle to nominate candidates and make a platform Augustus E Willson 10vernorIThecandidate for the next president will probably come up Tho Kentucky State Educational As sedation commenced a three days meeting at Winchester on June 18th About five hundred teachers were expected at tho meeting Two men were killed and two badly wounded in a fight in Lerose Owsley county last Sunday Tom Wilson and Wiley Bowling were the killed and Henry Candlll and William Long the wounded The fight was over some whiskey Mr James Bryce ambassador from England to the United States gave the oration at tho graduating exercises of the University of Chicago last week Friday He said Educa tion is meant to form the character to implant tastes to cultivate the Im agination and the emotion to prepare a man to enjoy those delights which belong to hours of leisure and for the inner life which goes on or ought to go on all the time within his own heart There Is much criticism of the Jamestown Exposition It is said that there Is little of Interest except the soldiers and war ships New Paper in Laurel County The London Sentinel published its first issue on June 12th It Is a re publican paper successor to the Laur el County Local which has Just been discontinued Mr Dyche who with his father has been connected with the Mountain Echo Is soon to take up the editing of this new paper We hope it will be a staunch friend to political honesty and everything else that Is goodIwoman began I asked the janitor to take up tho rainy day carpet in tho hall after S oclock and put down the clean one I was going to have company Ho said he wouldnt lie intimated that the carpet was plainly good enough for any company I might have I at once telephoned in his presence to the own er of the house telling him what tho janitor had said and asked him to request him to put down the clean car petUp to the present time which Is about time for my company to begin to arrive tho owner has not been heard from Now if ho goes back on me how will It be with me think you from now on in this house You cant always tell from where yqu re lttlpg Ifi lr lle1 1bIL f THINGS TO THINK OF 1Every than hath a weak side Every wise man knows where it is and will 4 bo sure to keep a double guard there Mason Life is a quarry out which we are to mold and chisel and completo a ti characterooetheHavo to do something to r love and something to hope for Dr Chalmers Convince a wise man of his error and he will thank you convince a JfHowAsk what your scolding neighbors say Edward Wlgglosworth Chief Contents of This Number POE ONE ik News of The Week Vlln Is the fun K lltorlnl Tjrpholil Peer Sltoultl 1J e Stopped 1 Our Kentucky Unrrjr Iturimm Klnnnrd Thlnga to Think Of- PAGE TWO Serial The house of n Thousand Candles Youths Department roar TIMCIJK I lleren unit Vicinity Take Notice College Items Latest Market Iteporta PAGE FOUR Comments The Future of the Submarine Irnpos ibis to imagineJn1u P Holland Weakness of UrthmloxjrPrnf Charles Zueulln Ainerlcant Slavea to Convention Amelia hives Political Tlk- Tmlernnle Notes i PAGE FIVE Lire Stock The Sunday School Lon PAGE SIX The UlitrlctSchoolThe Farm The Care of Plga PAGE SEVEN Rmwevelta Addreoa at Jamestown News front Everywhere Ilecvnt Stale NewIPAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence A RADICAL CHANGE I San Francisco City Government to Be Reorganized on LincsJLook ing to Public WelareITHE PROSECUTOR IN CONTROL ReinsIWith Mayor Schmltz In Jail the of Government Will Be Handled byta Man Selected by Prosecutor Lang don from Board of Supervisors 1 San Francisco June 17A radical change In the executive branch of San Franciscos government is contingent on developments in the case of Mayor Schmitz who is temporarily Incapaci tated by reason ot his imprisonment in the county jail The date for the passing of sentence on Mayor Schmitz has been set for Juno 27 Prior to that date ho cannot possibly procure ball according to the decision Judge Dunne but the law ofIthat after Judgment has been the matter of allowing ball is discre tionary with any magistrate having jurisdiction Consequently if judg ment is passed on the date set Mayor Schmitz will have ground for a new i application for ball and his request may run the gamut not only of the twelve judges of the superior court andIWhether Mayor Schmitz will ask for sentence on June 27 or ask for a con tinuance has not been stated his attorneys This has mado it impolslJble for the prosecution to plan its no tlon in this regard Tho conviction of Mayor Schmitz has at last made simple what has heretofore been a complex problem The charter provision making it in cumbent upon the board of supervisors to appoint an acting mayor from their jItaken advantage of because of Mayor I i Schmltzs imprisonment When Pros j ecuting Attorney Langdon gives tho + I word backed with the power of tho supervisors James Gallagher or someIother supervisor will be at on pointed acting mayor Resignations will bo accepted from one or two members of the board who are not only willing but actually clamoring Cora chance to become free again and a i vacant place will bo filled with the man chosen by the prosecutor to take the mayors chair Gallagher will then + bo ordered to resign the board will bo instructed to place the new mem ber In his stead and the new member as acting mayor will start by chopping oft Chief of Police Dlnens head and then proceed down the line Shot for Chew of Tobacco PrestonYllle Ky June 13A quar rel over a chow of tobacco led to Clar erfeb Shtotebfclpgqthrj shots at Isaac Handlon all of which took effect iI4aQIgBb 1t4111rrN44addac + I r n r n f r nOTICE TO COIHlESrOKDKNTB All cmmi lullon tot thl paper bould Mroomi InlKj r th aim or lilt Mllhor B0 BfCMMrllfQ- MM4UOO rot t but u u ridrgood ftllh on lb put I lb writer Wilt only n on K1 of tb rp r rullnlwlr cu MI la I Tliif nxnM id d rr lbe ltnanddrurpanadduUrb rroJN BUHM u cfua dIOcall u decipbw nr w tuMf U wkltk nilf or wriuu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Atbtr t TOt MAIN CIIASCE ZELDA DAHCROH curt Uopjrlfht not by Dv bIIn111 iw CHAPTER XV Continued I was eavesdropping on my own t account she said hurriedly and with l a note of finality I was there by In tention andthero was another hint of the tamoshanter in the mirth that seemed to bubble for a moment In hor tliroatIls too bad you did not sec me for Iliad on my prottlost gown and the fog wasnt good for It But you know as much of what was said ns 1 do You are a man and I have heard that you have had soma experi once In taking caro of yourself Mr Olennrm To be sure but thore are times= Yos there are times whon the odds- seem rather heavy 1 hive noticed that myself- She smiled but for an Instant a Bad look came Into hor eyesa look that vaguely but Innlstcntly suggested another time and place I want you to como back I said boldly for the train was very near nod I felt that the eyes of the Sisters wore upon us You can not go away where I shall not find you I did not knorr who this girl was her home or her relation to the school but I knew that her life and mine had touched strangely that her eyes acre blue and that her voice had ailed to me twice through the dark In mockery once and In warning an other time and that the sense of hav lag seen her before of having looked Into her eyes haunted me The youth In her was so luring she was at once BO frank and so guardedbreeding- and the taste and training of an am pler world than that of Annandale were so evidenced in the witchery of her voice in the grace and case that marked her every motion in the soft gray tone of hat dress and gloves that a new mood a new hope and faith sang In my pulses There on that platform I felt again the sweet heartache I had known as a boy when spring first warmed the Vermont hill lidos and the monutalns sent the last snows singing in joy of their release down through the brook bods and into the wakened heart of youth Sho met my oyos steadily if 1 thought there was the slightest chance of my ever seeing you again I shouldnt be talking to you hero Hut I thought I thought It would bo good fun to see how you really talked to a grownup So I am risking tho dls pleasure of these good Sisters just to test your conversational powers Mr Qlennrra You see how perfectly frank I am tint you forget that I ran follow you I dont intend to sit down in this hole nnd dream about you You cant 80 anywhere but I shall follow und find you That is finely spoken Squire Glen arm But I Imagine you are hardly likely to go far from Oletmrra very Boon 1 dont hesitate to say that I feel perfectly safe from pursuit anti she laughed her little low laugh that was delicious In its mockery- I felt the blood mounting to my cheek She know then that 1 was virtually a prisoner at Glenarm and for once In my life at least I was ashamed of my folly that had caused my grandfathor to hold and check mo from the grave as he had never been ftbto to control me In his life The tountrysldo knew why I was at Glon anti and that lid not matter but my heart rebelled At the thought that this girl knew and mocked me with hor knowledge I shall follow and find you I re panted I shall see you Christmas ovc I said wherever you may be in three days Then you will come to my Christmas eve party I shall be delighted to see rouand flattered Just think of throwing away a fortune to satisfy ones curiosity Im sur prised at you but gratified on tho whole Mr Glenarm I will give more than a fortune I will give tho honor I have pledged to iny grandfathers memory to hear your voice again That Is a great dealfor so small a voice but money fortune A man will risk his honor readily enough but his fortune is a more serious matter Im sorry wo shall not meet again It would bo pleasant to dlscu a the sub Jcct further It interest mo partlcu laxly In three days I shall see you I said She was Instantly grave o FltisQ do not try It would bo a veir great mistake And anyhow yon can hardly come to my party without being invited Tat matter Is closed Wherever you art on Christmas eve I shall find yeJI I said and felt my heart loop knowing that I meant what I said Goddby she said turning away Im sorry I shant ever chase rabbits at Glonarm any more Or paddle a canoe or play wonder ful celestial music on the organ Or bo an pavosdroppcr or Hear sant e r t s mdstc r fJ1 OIenattilflf a HuJ Idont know whore youtaro t going you havent told mo anything you arO Slipping out into tho worldShe did not hear or would not answer Tho train roared up to tho plat form and she was at onco surrounded by a laughing throng of departing students Two brownrobed Sisters stood like sentinels one at either side as she stopped Into tho car I was conscious of a feeling that from tho depths of their hoods they regarded uio with unChristlan disdain Through the windows I could see tho students fluttering to seats and tho girl in gray seemed to bo marshaling them Tho gray lint appeared at a window for an Instant and hor smiling taco gladdened I am sure tho guardians of tho peace at St Agathas The last trunk crashed Into tho bag gage car every window framed a girls face and tho train was gone CHAPTER XVI The PUling of Olivia It was from Stoddard that I learned the truth about Olivia and I am not I fear greatly ashamed of hiving In vited him to dinner merely to pump him as to tho Armstrongs of Cincin nati and their daughter Olivias father Stoddard Informed mo was n retired physician of wealth who lived at Walnut Hills I can hoar now tho grout roars of laughter that broke from him as I kept protesting that the girl In gray 1 had seen at the Au naudalo station WM Olivia Gladys Armstrong It was only whon we set tled down to a comparison of our Im pressions that the truth gradually dawned upon methat the girl In I Have You Here Enemies gray was not Olivia Gladys Arm strong but Marina Dovaroux Tho whole thing was ridiculousmy don sity my stupid acceptance of tho ground on which Marian Devoreux hud chosen to meet mo and I was not convinced until the big chaplain had given me u circumstantial description of the real Olivia n child of 15 with a gypsy face und dark hair nnd eyes Where has Vise Devoreux gone Why to Cincinnati with Olivia Gladys Armstrong ho answered Theyre groat chums you know On top of my mall next morning lay a small envelope unstamped and ad dressed mo In a free running hand Ferguson the gardner left It ex plained Hates I opened and road If convenient will Mr Glenarm kindly look in at St Agathas some day tills week at four oclock Sister Theresa wishes to see him I whistled softly My feelings toward Sister Theresa had been those of utter repugnance and antagonism I had been avoiding her studiously and was not a little surprised that she should seek an Interview with mo Quite possibly sho to inquire how soon I expected to abandon Glon arm House or perhaps she wished to admonish me as to the perils of my soul In any event I liked the quality of her note and I was curious to know why she sent for me moreover Ma clan Devereux was her niece and this knowledge had changed my attitude toward the Institution beyond the wallAt four oclock I passed Into St Agathas territory and rang the boll at the door of the building where I had left Olivia the evening I found her In tho chapel A Sister admitted me led the way to a small reception room whore I Imagined tho visiting parent was received and left mo I felt a good deal like a school boy who line been summoned a severe mas ter for discipline I was Idly beating my hat with my gloves when a stop sounded in the hall and instantly u brownclad figure appeared in the doorwayIt n deep rich voice a voice of assurance a voice lot me say of tho world tho voice too I may add of a woman who U likely to come to tho rclnt without1 nda The white band at hor forehead brought intoNrdlief two wonderful gray eyes that woro alight with kindliness Shotpurvcjed mo a momont then her ss parted with a smile This room is rather forbidding It you wll come with mcSho turned with an air of authority that was a part of her undeniable dls tinction and I was seated n moment later in a pretty sitting room whose windows gave a view of tho dark win tor wood and frozen lake beyond Im afraid Mr Glonarm that you are not disposed to ho neighborly and you must pardon mo if 1 seem bo pursuing you Her smile her voice her manner wore charming I had pictured her a sour old woman who had hidden away from a world that had offered hor no pleasureThe apologies must all be on my side Sister Theresa I have been greatly occupied since coming horedistressed and perplpxed den Our young treasure tho Illu slon that there are ghosts in your house she said with a smile that disposed of the matter Sho folded her slim whlto hands and spoke with simple directness Mr Glonarm there Is something I wish to ask you but I can day it only If wo are to be friends 1 have feared you might look upon us hero us one miss That Is a strong word 1 replied evasivelyLet say to you that I hope very much that nothing will prevent you Inheriting all that Mr Glennrm wished you to have from him Thank you that Is both kind and generous I said with no little su prise Feared Might Look Upon Us as to before quick to Not In the IOML I Should bo dls loyal to your grandfather who was my friend and the friend of my family If I did not feel kindly toward you and wish you well And I must say for my niece Mss Dovereux I found a certain pleasure In pronouncing hor name Miss Devoroux laver greatly die turbed over tho good intentions of your grandfathor in placing bor name In his will You on doubtless under stand how uncomfortable a person of any sensibility would be under the cir cumstances Im sorry you have never met hor Sho is a very charming young lady whose happiness does not I may say depend on othor peoples money She had never told then 1 smiled at the recollection of our Interviews I am sure that Is true Sister The rosaNON I wish to speak to you about a matter of some delicacy It Is I un derstand perfectly no business of mlno how much of a fortune Mr Glen arm loft But this matter has been brought to my attention In a disagree able way Your grandfathor established this school ho gave most ol the money for these buildings I hind other friends who offered to contribute but ho Insisted on doing It all But now Mr Pickering takes the ground that the moneyor part of It at least was only a loan Yes I understand- Mr Pickering tells mo that he has no alternative In tbo matter that the law requires him to collect this money as a debt due tho estate That Is undoubtedly true AS a gen oral proposition Ho told me In Now York that ho had a claim against you for Su0000PYes Is the amount I wish tc say to you Mr Glonarm that If it Is necessary I can pay that amount TO HE CONTINUED Easing the Porous Plaster Before having a plaster applied to the back or chest one should take a- dep breath and hold it while the plaster is being put on If this is done tho patient will not bo annoyed by that drawing of tho skin which la so unpleasant a feature when the plas ter is ordinarily applied r Representation Not Growing Tho first British parliament consist Ing of its present number of mom bcrs 670 was elected in 1885 FOOTOFTHEMONSTERIIELD TRATE UPON THE GROUND IMPLORED HIS FATHER FOR MERCY Out Was Silenced Dy a Shot Fired By Inhuman WretchShafer Then Fled to the Woods Huntlnston W VasJuno ItAllt- ho result of a triple murder which occurred at Hookwood a village lying on tho Ohio shore just opposite this city a posse of 300 armed men led by deputy sheriffs of Lawrence count Ohio and Llout Carter of the Ih ntln ton police are following a pair of bloodhounds in a determined chose after Charles Shafer perpetrator of the foulest hood over recorded In Law ronco county Shafer met his wife hor mothor and Ms odght year old son In tho road a milo north of Rookwood and opened fire with a doublebarreled shotgun Mrs Slrafer tell forward to tho road with a load of buckshot in hot chest Mrs Thocker heal mother leaped from the carriage and taking the little boy by tho hand started on the run for a house which stood across a lawn 100 yards distant They had traversed half the way between thomlartlng point and safety when a second stool brought the woman to tho ground with an awful wound In hew back and necfc Doing his grandmother fall the little boy overcome with tetror fell upon his face and implored the demon fath er for mercy ITpon coming to where the woman lay prostrate Shafer kicked her brutal ly and boat tier with the butt of the weapon Taking tho crying boy by the arm he dragged him vack up the pike past where tho mother lay dying Upon reaching tho place whore alto lay Shafer placed the muzzle of Ute gun against her chest and fired a second shot from tho weapon through hor body as If to make sure of his awful work Having dispatched the wife and nother in law the desperado sealed a fence and dragged the little boy aoroen a meadow Into tho woods There appearances indicate the chlW was thrown upon the ground and while the brutal father hold him under foot the muzzle of the weapon was placed against his body J1 txmoati the collar bone anti discharged thin heavy shot poMing through the trunk Met making their exit at the hip Then having gone some distance from the body a Mooad shot WM fired which made wound about the heed and face tad In Ute nitouMers Not eoaten with this enormity te murderer gathered tonrthor a heat of brushwood sad set It on flu In n aU BH t to ere the body but this attempt WM foiled by the heavy rains with fell la this stctlon thou hour the early part of the afternoon avll whwi the childs corpe WM discovered only part of the clothing had beet burned THEAs An Ancient But CommonSense Murder and Husband Is Set Free Carrolltoo Ate Jwro HThe ror Ofl rs Jury at the Inquest over iho body of P D Ttaerou who was hot by John Parker a member of an aris tocratic family Ideattlial with the earliest settlement of Pfeken county declared that Parker met was JIMHI fled In the words of Ute verdict it was nothing more nor less than noeUmt but oommomranso murder Parker had been married but u few months HU young bride wee a memo ber of one of the mot prominent fam flies In Alabama Therou WM also a husband his oldest daughter being in years of age The families were on cordial terms Friends however warned Parker ot the attentions of Thorou to his wife Parker Waited until bin wife took leave- of her homo lIe coolly ordered his horse saddled and following on horsy back he overtook tho couple In a lonely country lane According to Parkers testimony ho commanded Thorou to defend himself and whon Thorou tho husband testified tried to escape ho shot him down as ho would a rat In a trap The body was loft In Its place and Parker brought his wife back V town and turned hor over to hor own family Typhoid In Plttsburg PHtsburg Juno 14 Twentyseven cases of typhoid fever have boon reported to tho Pltt burg bureau of health In the last 24 hours A serious epidemic of tho disease Is rearedIQuake Kills Five Santiago Chili Juno 14A severe earthquake was experienced at Val dlvlo Several buildings anti railroad brldRt f there were destroyed and five persons killed Dropped Dead at Dinner Chattanooga Tonn Juno 14Mrs TolMr Hodpsoj philanthropist toll dead Jn Ute midst of hor dinner guests Jlaln Dy Highwaymen Now York Juno 14 Aunust Mayor a well todo shoe dealer of Brooklyn was so badly beaten by highwaymen that he died a tow hours later In a hospital Nicholas Fonnlmoro aged 20 years Is under arrest Two others escaped Killed By Lightning Lexington Ky Juno 14 Greenwich sad her suckling foal valued at 4000 owned by P D Foster and Florence and her suckling fool owned by VC tV Williams were killed by a bolt of light JI a ulngare t I r LORDS AND LADIES A Pretty Flower That II Common In the Fields of England I wonder how many tlmos my little friends have read those words Con elder tho lilies and then have dono as the great Teacher desired thoy should do Over lSOO years havo passed since Ho bade His listeners to consider the lowly things made by Ills Father and all through that long space of time how fow have been they who have really studied and loved the wayside flowers Look at those broad spearshaped leaves ot deep glossy green from which queershapod hoods of yel lowishgreen stand up Within those hoods lies hidden one of tho most marvelous of our wildflowers tho CuckooPint or Lords and Ladles of tho village boys and girls of Htigland The botanist speaks of It as the Arum In the center of tho hood stands a tall imrpla finger which beckons to a small fly n little creature whoso tiny wings aro thickly covered with hairs It may not see the beckoning finger and therefore In addition the flower sends out a smell like that of bail moot by which tho fly Is attracted na fast as wings can boat to tho open hood Entering he passes down a narrow passage soon coming to a barter of sharp bristles tho points of which bend downwards Through those he goes and finds himself at onco In a spacious room ak ng tho floor of which Is spread a fine feast of honey lie has an excellent meal nnd thinking ho will pay a visit to his ladylove living a short way down tho lane ho climbs the walls of the room and enters tho narrow passage but lo he cannot pass out for then Is barred by the sharp ends of the bristles he pasted so easily whan ho came in lie tries again and again to make his way out but without success and at last goes down again Into the room below where he Indulges In another feast Night comes on and snug and warm he dreams perhaps of the glen cue sunshine Soon he Is awakened by feeling something like dry rain falling on him after a little time it- ceases and then to sleep again he goes Once more he Is awakened Lords and Ladles this time by the sun shining through Iho groan windows of his room lie climbs again to tho narrow paswaj and strange to say the sharp bristles are no longer there tho way is clear and out Into the bright fresh May morning he flies hosting on a grass blade overhang- Ing a little pool ho catches sight of his reflection in the water and yearly tumbles in so changed Is he From wing Up to wtng tip ho Is covered with yellow dust Soon ho becomes hungry again and remembering whonco ho obtained his last moal ho flies straight to the beckoning finger of another plant Passing Into the warm room ho brushes off tho yellow dust against tho hairs which cover a lot ot little boxes that will one day become first green thon red and in which will Ho the bright yellow seeds In tho picture Is shown how the flowers look as they grow at the bot tom of tho hedge I have taken ono of tho flowers and removed a portion ot it to show you tho little passage and tho room in which our tiny friend dined explains tho writer In tho Quiver Below tho sharp bristles are arranged a number of small boxes with closefitting lids These aro filled with thIS golden dust Below these boxes there is a ring of hairs which protect another and larger ring of boxes lower down containing what will some day bo tho seed Tho little plant desires that the yellow dust from another CuckooPint shall fall upon tho tiny hairs that cover their lids Tho flower provides a room several degrees warmer than tho air outside also a good ratal and it koepstho lit tlo fly a prisoner until tho yellow boxes havo emptied themselves ot their golden dust then opens tho door by causing the bristles to shrivel up and all this troublo and contriv anco In order to obtain tho golden dust from tho boxes of another plant Does not tho lesson of tho dear Mae ter como homo with greater force They I toll not nol Olon do they spin but think of tho wonderful manner In which they so provide that their seeds shall bit strong and good I AN ARTISTIC TOP Easily Made and Will Furnish Much Entertainment This Is such a simple and yet Inter estlng little plaything that It dosol Yes to be much moro widely known Ulan it Is You know tho little tops or tuoto turns that you mako by putting matchsticks In button molds and spin with your finger and thumb This Is pretty much the same thing only It Is made of load One ot the little leaden disks that dressmakers put In tho edges ot ladles Jackets to keep them down Is very suitable for your purpose Make a hole In tho center of It and put In a pointed stick for It to spin on Thon make two holes near tho edge opposite each othor Tho holes un 1m drilled easily with the point of A pair of scissors Through ono of those holes put a stiff bristle front A paint brush or a hat brush and wedge It tight with a bit of match stick The object of the other hole Is elm ply to balance the top for In boring a hole you scrape away some ot theIload and If you did this on one Showing Construction of Top and Itt Use andnot on the other one sine would be lighter than the other and the top would not spin well The bristle should bo a little longer than the peg so that It will lineal hard on tho plate on which the top Is to spin This plate is smoked over a candle liaise until U Is Mack and the top Is spun on It If the top stood In ono spot the bristle would trace a per feet circle on tine blaokeaod plate and would RO on tracing the seine circle ever sad over Hut It U not the habit of tops to stay In the same place and I by tilting the late you can make the little top travel In say direction fast or slow as you plea As It lItOIthe peg on whisk It spies Us path as a white line amid at tIt1ears Um the brhttto traces a beauti fail series at scrolls eroMlnc sad re crowing this path I The general remit explains Good Literature Is like the oomplimUd scroll work on hank aols which la deed Is mad In a lamswhnt simitar way though of nears by nmchlBoa that ran be gtgiid scare accurately than our alf willed IUU top You can palfand that If you keep UM top moving along at a modvnite raw ao that tho scrolls do not blend together you can tell how many trace Uw top has turned rouml by ceunttog the scrolls tor each scroll oorre t o 4s u one to I tatlon If you are of an Inquiring turn of mind you have oUa waded no doubt how tNt a top of this or say other sort really spins Of course there are greet variation At the be ginning It spins M fut M you can make It go and It topples over when It is spinning too slowly to stand up AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT It Will Demonstrate Hew the Earth Was Formed from Molten Mass Luis Is an Inlereetlng little esperl went showing how the earth once a great molten mass attained Its pro ont shape Pour water into a glass until It II onethird full Upon this pour slowly some thick oil to the depth ot not qulto onehalt InchLastly pour In very gently small quantity of water You now have a layer of oil between I The Ball of Oil two blankets ot water Insert a rod in tho glass and stir rapidly In small circles Soon you will find that tho oil has gathered around tho rod In tho form enoughthe taklnrthoFact Not Fancy If you please maam said tho servant from Finland time eats had chickensNonsense Qortrudol returned the moanklt Was them chickens or kittens that cLcourseI t brought home last night what the 1 cat haa had Youths Companion j It Pays to Paint 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 pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE SHERWIN WIWAMS PAINT FOR PAINTING DUILDINOB OUTSIDE AND INSIDE pays in the beginning because it goes so far pays in end because it lasts so long and looks so well as paintlikeeconomy andsatisfaction SEE us F- ORsaw COLOR CARDS I The Porter Drug Co INCOBFORATED 000000000000000000000000000O 0 i Berea and Vicinity i o 0 s GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oooooioo coo0 00 Take Notice vIn order to aoooramodat UIOM who thru the summer cannot come to the College Library on ovenlnga during the week It will be open at night from 0M to S oclock on WedMwUrs and SftUrten awl Sunday evealagI from 1M to 401 until further trotter On MMter the Library to open only for rwullBff and not tar UM drawing or I the Union Clrarah next Unsay morning at 11 oeloek tfcere will IHt MrvtOM wiHWUllr for UM chlWrtw Tlw pMtor will toad an oritjtoal tory a to UM cnlMrw TlMn win IM tiwctel Susie by UM eklMrm and at UM stow oC UM Mrrwa will be UM cowwcmtlOH of latint Mr and Mm B H Million of RIM nond spent bMt IniHlajr with llrs MfWont sister Mrs A4atnodi Mm MoilM Cook IM Into her new hone OJ CtaLSC mast and Mrs Dowdu will mow Into UM hone recently occupied by Mm Cook Mr and lira 8 Ie Hnnt of Wal loa have lIMa visiting tlMlr rela UVM In town Mrm W H Porter and brother Cine Woolf Ittt Twetdar to vMt relative In Louteville The Ctilldrena Day exercises at the BeptiM ChHrek last Sunday morning were unutually good Mr and Ira Floyd Kldd are vie lung friend at Heldltberg Ky MlM Dora Moore h visiting triode In Borne and te planning to tooth school at Red How thus fall Mho ladle titan of ML Vnon IB vtaltlug Mrs Laum Jane Mir mien Fowler la In Corbln vie Itlng her alder Mrs Nora Smith J 1C Bakers oJilldron have the measles MtM Thoroea Johnson Is clerking for Coylo ft Hays Mr and Mrs James Anderson wore In Bcroa Saturday- Dr and Mrs P Cornelius are ex pected bank to Berea on a visit some tlmo this month Tom Adams spout a tow days last week In Richmond Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holllday at the Boron Bank and Trust Company fFor that- Dandruff There is one thing that will cure ItAycrs Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disappears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimples no eruptions The best kind of a testimonial I Sold for over sixty years1 0r 1 I ar dD MM faauurturrt 1Lers paint- It bootaIn SAUAPAlIIUPILLS cwur rccrosAu I oo oeooo 0 0 MtM Dees liars spent Saturday and Sunday with her sitter Mrs Della BakerThe members of the Clio Club enter talned their hiMlwnds at a picnic on Mr W K Porters lawn last Fri day afternoon They intended having the picnic at Slate Lick but the weather prevented A bounteous sup per wee served on the lawn In picnic style Afterwards the ladle furnish a literary program which consisted of reading and mush Those prwwnt were Mr and Mrs W II Porter Mr awl Mn 0 It Porter Dr and ilnt Brady Dr and Mrs DM Mr aid lira II H Ctortowan Mr awl Mn J M Bsrlr Dr and MM I It Baker Prof and Mrs M a Marsh Prof and Mra C K Rumold Dr and Mrs no 11 Cowley lies ante Coraellm returned tome Sunday frfim a visit at OsrbinICy Mr iMnnt JOHM returned Tkura day from a five wMkc Plait thru the mountains of Bostera Kentucky Mine Luefle Janet who trimmed hU for Mrs JORM and Mrs OoddlnR toM leis t8tm laM returned to her lame In Danville Ky Mrs Laura Jones was In Corbln Ky last week visiting relatives Vaughn Norma vltlted in Berea the tint of tha week Mrs Chad Uaggs and 1t6r MISS lithe Putnam of Illinois arrived IRllt- wlHtk to make an extended visit with their mother Mrs Kate Putnam Mr and Mrs Splnk are attending the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association In Estlll Springs this week Reports from there My that there Is an unusually largo number of members present this year Bxcounty Attorney A D Sparks of Clay county stopped In to subscribe for Tho Citizen on his way home to Sextons Crook from Hamilton Ohio where he had been to see his baby stuIDurningSIWo learn thru tho Kentucky Ad RttendIInebaseball games played by delegates of the conference Fnnoj AVork Club llcrrpdon Miss Burgess gave a very pleas nut reception to members end friends of mho Fancy Work Club Tuesday night The arch was prettily light ed with chinese lanterns Clovers nnd Daisies helped to bring tho peo pIe together and light refreshments to satisfy the inner man and woman About thirtyfivo guests were present of whom we have been able to secure the following names MrsiDavisMrs Rumold Messrs J W Ste phens Gay Bower Will nnd Charles Hanson Charles Burdetto Carl Hunt and Bowler Mistresses J W Stephens Bower Will Charles and Fay Hanson Goo Dick and Jones and Misses Jonnie Hanson Nora and Nell Burdette Grace Lester Lottie Osborne Gay and Babcock Jews Flocking to Jerusalem It is reported that moro than 100 Jewish families move into Jerusalem every week Though most of then aro very poor yet they find means to make a scanty living Jerusalem Is rapidly becoming once more a Jew leis city 00000000000o i College Items o 0 a HERE AND THERE 0- oooooooooooouw A good letter to The Citizen from Townsel Adams of Matoaka W Va tells of his trip home from Borca and his very enjoyable visit to the homo of W R Boggs In Cumberland Gap Ho expects to be back In the fall Mr Gilbert Combs has gone to Evansville Indiana for his work this summerW Logsdon Is going to tho State Republican Convention to vote for Taft and Willson It Is reported that the Standard Wheel Company will combine their spoke factories of Somerset and Nloh olasvillo in one to bo erected In Berea The railroad freight house which line long been too small for tho needs of Beroa Is soon to bo enlarged Mr and Mrs D E Cartmell are rejoicing over tho arrival of an 8h pound boy Edgar Boarlnger Cartmell Ho came last Sunday noon Mother and son aro being cared for at tho hospital and aro getting on well Miss Robinson loft Monday for the Oberlin Commencement on her way to Dartmouth College where she expects to spend some time this summer A letter from Wm E Judd West field N Y says I frequently realize that tho mistake of my life was when 1 loft Beroa as everything pos sible was said and done to persuade me to stay Pros Edwards leaves Wednesday of this week for a trip to Ohio Miss Speor will spend her vacation at Mobile Ala She left on Tuesday Miss Douglas loft on the same day to spend her vacation at her homo In Wellington Ohio Roy C S Mason preached at the Parish House Sunday morning Dr Thomson and Mr Hudson are conducting revival services at Narrow Gap this week Mr and MM Burgess leave on their vacation Friday morning MlM Byler and Miss Ambrose del ogatM to the Y W C A Conference at Ashovlllo N a returned to Bores Wednesday Miss Bylor left the next day to spend her summer vacation at London Ohio MIlS BIHott and Miss Frey who have been In Berea since school closed will leave Thursday In order to tako tho State Examination on Friday and Saturday at Frankfort Ky MlM Nona Pabro of Falmouth Ky spent Saturday and Sunday in Berea visiting Mine Spoor President Frost and Prof Marsh left early Tuesday morning for tho hlmlatan address From there they go to Oberlin Commencement to attend tho graduation of their son Wesley Pres- Ident Frost expects to return after two weeks Miss Morrow and Cleveland and Edith Frost leave next week for YonkersFrancis Clark leaves next week to tako special courses In tho summer school In Knoxvllle Tenn A DOUBLE KILLING Both Barrels of This Shotgun Did Execution Paducah Ky Juno HWill Champion prominent tie contractor shot and killed Leo Tracey his brotherin law and Traceys lover Grace Brown Ing at a camp In Lyon county Tra cey was cutting ties for Champion and had loft his family and was living with ordorIedtwo shots from a revolver at Cham pion who fired a shotgun and Tracey fell dead Tho woman grabbed a re volver and raised It to shoot when Champion discharged the other barrel of tho shotgun Sho dropped dead On reaching Eddyvlllo Champion gave himself up- Date Set for Powerss Trial Frankfort Ky Juno 13Judgo Rol ins appointed special judge to try Caleb Powers for alleged complicity Jn tho murder of Senator William Goebel has notified Judge James G Sims one of the defenses attorneys that ho has called a special term of tho Scott county circuit court beginS nine July 29 at which Powers will bo tried Mining Town Fire Swept Sergeant Ky Juno nTho min ing town of Dooley Wise county VII glnla east of here was visited by a disastrous fire A number of real dences and business houses wero burned entailing a loss of JGOOOO The family of Patrick Suodgrasa had a narrow escape Mrs Snodgrass probably will die as a result of shock HerIoCoraet Saved Lexington Ky Juno 12Corset stays saved the life of Mallsxa Cole man when she was cut in a freeforall fight by Mat Lewis Lewis used a dirk and the woman was seriously In jured The steel stays however prevented tho blade from penetrating her abdomen deep enough to prove fatal SCHMITZ GUILTY San Francisco Mayor Convicted of the Crime of Extortion San Francisco June 14A jury of twelve of his peers has declared May or Eugene E Schmltz guilty of tho crime of extortion as charged against him by tho Oliver grand jury Following the announcement of tho verdict the silence In the courtroom was broken in a hundred places at once A longdrawn Ah ran through the crowd Then Good cried a voice in a far corner And Good good echoed another spectator farther in front Rudolph Spreckels whose wealth mado possible the whole bribegraft prosecution was walking swiftly down the aisle as the sentence tell from the formans lips He sank Into a nearby seat as though arrested by some sharp command The judgment of the court will bo pronounced on Wednesday Juno 27 The sheriff will take tho defen dant Into custody pending the further order of the court said Judge Dunne IMain Line of Defense June 11Into the fur ther cross oxamlhation of Harry Or chard counsel for William D Hay wood repeatedly threw the suggestion of a great counterconspiracy formu lated and carried out by the enemies of the Western Federation of Miners and Indicated a determination to construct their main line of defense on that field THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indjsnapolls Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 80c No 2 red DIe ComNo2 63c OatsNo 2 mixed 44c Hay Clover J1600 01800 timothy J20002200 millet 1200 1500 Cattle260 636 Hogs 6000618 Sheep 3000600 LambsUO700cAt CincinnatiI WheatNo 2 red DOe CornNo 2 6Se OatsNo2 47c Cattle 475 P586 Hogs 4iQgiB9o Sheep Lamba700850I No 2 62C Oats No 2 43VC Cattle Steers 4600690 stockers and feed ors i00e616 Hogs 6600600 Sheenrr600e630 Lambs tSOC 1800Livestock at New 1IogsUOO York 660 Sheep C Lambs6s0r- a8O At East Buffalo I CattloUOOOG40 HogsIiJiO UC Sheop 300876 Lambs 600 0700 at Toledo LDWheat 90c cash90ic u Public Sale As heirs of MrO and Mrs E H Bal lard wo will o- nThursdayJune 2007 at 10 oclock A M on tho premises soil to tho highest and boat bidder the wellknown E II Ballard farm near Paint Lick This farm contains 210 ACRES 0F1NE LAND and Is a very desirable piece of prop erty The dwelling contains 10 rooms and Is In perfect repair There are all necessary outbuildings and two new barns Ono stock barn 60x72 hav- Ing 0 box stalls 2 cribs and 2 sheds full length of barn The tobacco barn is 72x144 and practically new Tho place is under good fence and well watered All In grass but BO acres This placo Is situated on Richmond and Lancaster turnpike one mile north of Paint Lick At same time and place will sell the Splllman farm one and onehalf miles from Paint Lick This place contains Ill ACRES OF LAND having on It a good house of 7 rooms good outbulldlngs barn holding about 17 acres of tobacco and plenty of wa ter It has about 40 acres of bottom land all of this land being in grass but about 20 acres It Is under good fenco and very productive- At the same time and place will sell tho farm located on Walnut Meadow Creek about 6 miles cast of Paint Lick containing OfLANDIth all necessary outbuildings plenty of wa ter and under good fence It Is about onehalf In grass It is about four miles from Berea near turnplko and InndIlying about two miles from Berea on- Berea and Wallaceton turnpike This will bo an absolute sale for tho sake of division and the lands will tffi positively sold on the dates nameU Liberal terms which will bo announc theIwill bo gladly furnished Call us on phono 16 Paint Lick Kentucky at our expense Mrs ROBT E SALLEE and E H BALLARD Jr r kokokokokokokokOkoKokokokoKOkokokokokokoKokokokoKoke0 i Ring Phone No 10 S If S Ag oWHEN YOU WANT S Ko I GROCERIES i x o GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED oS o TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN xyc Golden Grain Patent Flour K r Best Granulated Sugar OV o Best Canned Corn oK AGENT FOR NAVEN LAUNDRY- n n O U et0lRORONOrort0t0 0- J Be Richardson utot+ Korokokokokokokokorostoror 4a 1t LOOK for the LABEL the inside pocket and for KANTBEBEAT thats policyIts j quality When see KANTBE j I 5 knowit I Pockets Inside collarsI upproperly t cuttingThe makers stand every garment branded BEBEATWe clothing superior to socalled tailor made are receiving a full line of SKREEMER SHOES for me- atWE 400 AMERICAN LADY SHOES far ladles at 300 and 350 SECURITY SHOES for and girls at prices to please We Invite you to visit us when thinking of that new pair of Oxfords and see our line respectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO FURNISHERS BEREA KYJo+oo+o+o+o +o+o+o o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+ooo+o+o+ o o oh F THE WEALTH OF A Y oNATION iCI0 + t I Depends on the Thrift of Its People f oandthe f k 0 o t + NATIONAL BANK I o 4 I Is the Natural and Safe Depository t 0 for That Wealth o m I IINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS j o 0 THEo 0 o 0 Berea National Bankk0 oS E WELCH President J L Cashier 5 t+o +o+o+o+u+o+o+o+o+o +o+oko +o +o+o+o+o+odo+o+o+o+o +o I OrrpKKKKkkkkKttKKrrrkkkpKyK IR KKKKKKKKKKkKKKKKKKKKkkKL WHO SAID GROCERIES II She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 KS or have called iq person and talked on the to I- ij W D LOGSDON t SWhenth you want good things at low prices hes the man 5 x 20 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 V- K a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55- Whitc RiRose Flour per Sack 50 12 Pint Cups h 15 iAll orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon X i All orders taken between 16 and 3 will be delivered afternoon II Logsdons Up= toDate Grocery StoreuuK- uRKKKKKKKKKKKkkKKKkKKkKat II l kSa7a5ta3a7atekkSakllkkkitStitkloY4id5I1 Truly a Remarkable TrampICaught in a schoolhouse soy whore ho was heating water for a bath a tramp worked several dim cult problems In algebra showing himself to bo an unusual tramp la many ways t o r Turn look you braced behind KANT this is Yours a GAY subject Poor PapalIMyrtles father was very homely and one day after looking at him steadily for some time she said Say papa was you tho only man there I was left when mamma rot read ttf m A IfS I I o cjr h f eThe Citizen A family newspaper for all that le right ttrueand Interesting Published entry Thursday at Bern Ky COfMgr 1 fSubscription Rato a I t aDwdCgD rr a NThree4j j Moneyftrcent tUmps 1 tohatranged within three weeks after renewal I notlfynsMtssin j numbers will be gladly supplied if wt err notified V Fine Premiums given for new inbfcrlptlonl Jattus yearly subscriptions can receive The Citizen free for cue year AdrertUIng rates on application rlrrtesa or KKSTfCKV PRESS ASSOCIATION II Mice broke up a woman t IBUlrragist meeting at Wimbledon In England Is there no limit to mascu line depravity r As between aerial and submarino navigation In their present stage of development the prudent person still prefers hoofing It It seems to be settled that both the United States and Mexico want peace down in Central America and that they will not have to fight for it It is a charge to say that the women do too much talking through tho telephone Do thoy hin der other women from using the wires Persons with matrimonial experi ence will Indorse Rev Mr Phllputfs dictum that the cheerful heart comes first In Wifely qualities and the clean house afterward Raw eggs and sweet milk taken In large and frequent doses is the new est euro for tuberculosis Wouldnt be so bad if the raw eggs could be put up in capsule or powder form Two Million Russians are starving The rest of tho Russians have trou bles of other kinds If wo were the czar we could not help feeling that r we were doing a mighty poor job of governing A bureau is to be established for the purpose of aiding tramps The tramps will consider It a failure It It does not limit Itself to the business of providing free meals and wearing apparel New York is to spend J100000 for free concerts on piers and in parks this summer There Is no city except London where so much free music is supplied and the outlay this year will be larger than ever Mr Schwab says we shall have to throwaway our expensive steel rails and put In new ones of nickel steel If the capitalization of some of the roads was not so moist they could afford to put in a goldplated roadbed If there are 38000 men working on the Panama canal and they aro dig ging something like 1000000 cubic yards a month each man apparently digs something like a cubic yard a day Of course however a good many of the 38000 never lift an ounce of dirt It is probable that Maurice Francis Egan who writes poetry for the maga tines will be appointed minister to Denmark It would be a good joke on Alfred Austin who thinks there are no poets in America It the President would make It a point when the next Ambassador to the Court of St James is appointed to select some good steady poet for the job Fine language Latin FIno new slang our own We say today when a man is knocked down and out Hes got his The Romans beholding the dying gladiator pierced by the victors blade cried out across the arena Hahat And theyre prac tically and almost literally the same thing Statistics Issued at the close of the year 1906 show that there were In use In the United States alone more than 7000000 telephones and an aggregate of a little over 6000000 miles of wire used for telephone service The telephone Industry gives employment to 90000 persons in tho United States an increase of 171 per cent in six years while during the same period the number of stations has Increased 239 per cent and the wire mileage 349 per cent Rev Dr Akeds plea for a Christo centric revival staggers his hearers a bit but they may get at his mean ing In time The distinguished Eng 11sh preacher like one of his eml nent countrymen evidently delights to indulge In terminological exacta tudes Dr Eastwood an eminent English authority connected with the Royal Commission of Tuberculosis says that clearly one of the most Import ant steps In fighting the scourge of + consumption Is to keep a watchful eye on the milk supply ID11r Jfatar of t11r ltbuiari1tr- 3JUtpUiSiblt to Jurtgitw By JOHN P HOLLAND Inventor or the Holland Type of Submarines J I HERE is a great future for the submarine At b8t it is now but in the initial stage of development I am now hand at work on plans which I am designing for ono of a spool of 30 knots an hour one that is to bo 100 feet in length with a beam of tcn feet and which I believe can maintain pace with any fleet and accompany it across any ocean This vessel will bo propelled by gasoline and will be intended for work on tho high seas anti for coast defense It is safe to say that when the first submarine torpedo boat goes into action she will bring us face to turn with the most puzzling problem ever met in warfare Sho will present the unique spectacle when used in attack of n weapon against which there is no defense You can pit sword against sword riflo against rifle cannon against cannon ironclad against ironclad You can sand torpedo boats against torpedo boats and destroyers against destroyers But you can send nothing against the submarine boat not even itself You canno fight submarines with submarines Tho fanciful descriptions of the sub marino battle of the future have one defect You cannot sro under water hence you cannot fight under water hence you cannot defend your elf against an attack under water except by running awny+ If you cannot run away jou are doomed Wharves shipping at anchor the buildings in seaport towns cannot run away Therefore the sending ofn submarine against thou means their inevitable destruction No as nearly as the human mind can now discern the submarine boat is indeed a weapon against which no meant that wo poteass at prey ent can prevail She can pups by anything above or beneath the waves destroy wharves and shipping and warships at will throw shells into the citywhen suitably armed and then make hor way out again to sea She can lie for days at the bottom of the harbor leaving only when she huts used up all her stored power except what is required to carry her hack to tho open whore slue can come to the surface a mere speak on the water and renew her power She would never have to expose herself for more than a second at a time during all her work of destruction in the harbor This would be when she would rise to discharge her gun at the city The recoil of tho gun would sand her down again and out of sight The chance of hitting her would bo one in a million even if the harbor wore a floating batterywhich it would not be very long while tho submarine was at work Her torpedoes she could discharge without coining to the surface at all 1WIeuItl1ess of rtl1nbn J By PROF CHAS ZUEBLIN University of Chicago are o r in their be diets but the with the man is that when he his mind he is sure to land in some other or A man who lies the to the belief in future will start in about single tax at o funeral if asked to speak a few words of The man is outside the camp and as the is ho is the But of our it is our to be It is to make an of self before an old to see if our has not land ed us into a new one Wo may find a taint of we attack in others only along line The of is known by The of is in The of the is known The person a reason for his to a belief He is init thats all Ho thinks he in the church but he is biased In social life the of fashion Shop girls must dress as the leisure class dictate of the and com forts of her work and station Why should not a man go to a dinner in his shirt sleeves instead ofa claw if he is more that way its tho of that we all to a man how one could feel like a if he had erred as to the sort of he wore We hear much of the of Turn Pairio and others led us all astray They that man must bea free agent and that was true We have been this in an fashion ever since Think of that sort of that leaves a man on the verge Of a free agent to barter away his life and by The of the old low too that wo so Why that old law has come after an dont escape their How many go about with a copy of Carl ilarx it their bible when they dont know about it than the other bible Let us who really believe in the of man keep our minds open that wo may grow with the and then the will grow Amrrfraua laue1- itn illnUUel1tinu Dy RIVES People temperamentally orthodox heterodox danger orthodox changes thodoxy dropped orthodoxy relating happiness talking comfort lietordot always saying against government regardless temperament business evolutionists salutary examination declaiming against orthodoxy enthusiasm something another orthodoxy religion devotion orthodoxy politics expressed loyalty orthodoxy econnic system byclass consciousness ordinary cannoWgive devotion religious orthodox believes dogma simply devotedly orthodoxy prevails regardless convenience hammer comfortable orthodoxy conventionality subscribe Imagine asking gentleman necktie orthodoxy liberty thundered liberty crying orthodox liberty starvation services contract orthodoxy English standby fetanchly always tagging industrialrevolution Socialists orthodoxy declaring anymore Examine yourself brotherhood movement movement AMELIA We Americans are we fearless enough arent we afraid of something after all We are afraid of ourselves ofeach other How few of us dare to live out our primitive instincts v to test the true idcdls of life It seems to me that to find tho supreme laws the big statutes of the moral code that is to wy the spiritual order of our liveswe must test the validity of conven tions As a matter of fact we are actually afraid of being without them we cling to them like lifebelts in the big sea of experience instead of striking out and learning to swim for ourselves to make our bodies work for the spirit Courage faith in the Great Spirit that can do no evil endurance to suffer realizing that the light of the spirit is discovered only when it is most needed in darkness tho the supreme laws the big statutes of the moral code It is very sod that wo must suffer so much to arrive at a spir itual knowledge but it does not last We must not evade any shadow of experience even the vague panic of the senscsJor when wo are con fronted with awe of something we do not understand it leaves us in a richer state of knowledge BIGGEST QUESTION IS THAT OF EMPLOYMENT AND WAGE EARNING A Political Party Takes Upon Itself Grave Responsibility When It Encourages Foreign Competition The question of employment and wagus Is the chief Issue Involved in the now departure of tho administra tlon In the matter of granting special tariff concessions to foreign countries which raise their tariff rates against American exports as a club wherewith to compel a reduction of the American tariff It Is the one big question big ger than all other questions combined It Is a question so big as to seriously menace any political party that makes a mistake In tho treatment of it That party will go down to swift defeat which perpetrates the colossal blunder of Injuring our domestic trade rela tions In attempting to enlarge our for sign trade relations Ninetylira per cent of our manu facturing trado is in our own country and between the people of our own country Eightyfive millions of people 16000000 voters among them are vitally concerned In this 05 per cent of trade Taking liberties with the 96 per cent of domestic trade and trying ox periments for the benefit of the beggarly ave per cent of foreign trade have so often proved disastrous to political party concerned In thorn thai what not to do would seem perfectly obvious by this time Long before election day In 1908 comes round the practical effects of the now policy of surrender to foreign tariff throats will have become visible Either the new policy will greedy increase tho Inflow of competitive com modities or It will not If It does not wo shall have simply handed the for eignotis some gold bricks That how over Is not of overwhelming cease quence They hand us gold bricks when they first mark up their tariffs against us and thon consent to mark them down again to where they wore before In return for net tariff reduc ions on our part Rut If the new policy of tariff surrender shall work out as the foreign ors expect It to work It largely In creased importations of competitive goods come Into our market and die place OQulvalent quantities of domestic labor products thereby diminishing place equivalent quantities of domestic total of employment and tho domestic wage what then The answer to this question Is sag gested In a letter addressed to the president of the United States by a prominent American manufacturer and a largo employer of American labor Under date of May C 1907 Mr Rich ard Campion of Philadelphia wrote President Roosevelt urging that the proposed commercial agreement between the United States and tho German empire be not consummated In this letter Mr Campion brings to view that biggest of all questions Amerl follows produeUonprevalllnRwhichall manufacturers are glad to have pro ratowith all the existing safeguards against aafeguardabeposed agreement our markets will be Hooded with Oerman goods at prices which our manufacturers cannot meet our markets taken from us our factories closed and our workmen thrown out of warceabesurely Mr President It Is only fair to presume that you are no more willing to have reduced the wages of American workmen than are we manufacturers Herein Is the whole question die tinctly and powerfully presented Will the new policy of tariff surren der when it shall have been extended to all the producing nations of Europe as In Umo ft must be if extended to Anyone of those nations close Ameri can mills and factories throw Ameri can workmen out of employment and r duce American wago rates It is a serious question much the most serious question which the pres ent administration has ever had to deal with theDanger The danger lies In making a hodge podge of special tariff concessions one for each country If tariff concessions I Ether through lower valuations by the United States appraisers or by a lower tariff aro to be made at all they should bo granted to every country which grants tho United States tho most favored nation clause and against every country that seeks to discriminate against the United States this country Is abundantly able to protect itself Our exports are largely of foodstuffs and these are necessities which other nations need If they want them let them mako such tariff theydontthe matter Foodstuffs are staple and their market is wide Zanesvlllo Courier If HadBoth senators and every representa UTe Massachusetts has in congress know that congress Is not going to en act free raw material for Massachus Iromliedthat very year Massachusetts sent totholikely eon tariff for tho DIngley Certainly andtreetot EVERY FARMER PROTECTED Should Dread Competition of Foreign tabor Prdoucts Tho editor of an Indian territory pa per cannot see how tho tariff protects tho farmer lie Is very probably hon est In his position though ho IB put ting charity to somowhat of a strain when ho declares that a farmer can be a Republican Is one of the curiosi ties of4ho political situation That a farmer who vota In accord ance with his own iKvcalled class In terests can bo anything but a Republi can would be still more curious There are lots of farmers who aro Democrats and sincerely so but we venture tho assertion that their political creed Is not based upon a careful study of their own interests They aro Demo crate for other reasons It Is argued that the prices of nearly all the necessities ho buys are protected at the average rate of 60 per cent while the prices of the commodl ties ho produces aro made In competi lion with the world Those who argue that way are not fools Slut In our opinion they are most egregiously mistaken It tho farmers who are directly protected by the tariff against Mexican cattle or those who are directly protected against Canadian wheat should suddenly find the bars lot down those farmers at least would soon see whoro boy aro protected lint this Is only a- very small degreo of the protection which the armor receives The greatest degree of protection is that which ho receives Indirectly The tariff provides him with a market for his products at homo by putting wages Into the pockets of worklngawn and by enabling the vast and varied commercial enterprise of the country to flourish It Is superficial to My that Liverpool axes the price of the American farmers wheat and corn It must not be forgotten that the farmer more than any other producer le lhe victim of the speculative market with which the UriC has nothing whatever to do IlHt aside from this disturbing and oxtimtMCHW Inflttmca which Is It self Intimately affected by JlHaHiaUng crops the pries which the farmer re calves for his product Is determined entirely by supply and demand The supply say be patted by poor crops and the demand may be increased by prosperous times Coaversely the sup ply may be abundant and Ute demand small IH times of commercial depres sion As a producer of bard uses Betting has ever been so wesafnlly tried In this country as a Mbs4a41al reduction In the tariff When the metorlM are Idle sad commercial Industrie lan gulch the farmer finds bis most profit able and extensive market out off The severest blow which the agricul tural Interests could sustain would be the enactment of legislation at all ap preaching free trade In protecting Industries which fur nigh buyers for what the farmer raises protection protect every former In the land Tile farmers real competitor is not the grower of wheat In Canada or Siberia or Argentina It Is not tk9 raiser of cattle and hogs In Mexico or South America It Is tho manufac tutors across tho sea whoso products are excluded by tariffs that keep American factories running and furnish American workingmen and allied consumer with the means of buying what the farmer has to sell Kansas City Journal The One Thing Certain If we can bo browbeaten by Germany which le conceded and proba bly will be similarly treated by Franco what Is to prevent six or seven other Europen countries from following this clover lead of their German and French neighbors And what becomes of our sacred schedules If their elasticity can be stretched soWall Street Journal Tho answer Is obvious The schedules are knocked out of course When tho foreign exporter Is permit ted to consign goods to his American clerk at export value the American producer can never bo certain what his tariff protection Is going to be or whether ho has any tariff protection at nil Tho only certain thing Is that the domestic wage payer and wago earner Is going to get tho worst of It The One Important Fact The fact of more Importance than all others In connection with tariff die cessions and Industrial subjects so far as this country Is concerned Is that 95 per cent of all the goods made In American mills and factories and produced on American farms Is sold direct to homo consumers It Is this splendid home market which deserves first and most consideration In all die cussion In any way related to It Only five per cent of tho products of our country Is sold to consumers elsewhere Full realization of this fact will prevent repetition of sumo absurd statements which have been made and same oven more absurd movements which have In recent years been at tempted Houghton itch Gazette Congress Not Consulted So fur as It goes It Is fullfledged reciprocity Germany admits agricul tural products and certain chemicals and machinery at less than her maxi mum rates in return the president dares to raise his reckless hand against the thricesacred DIngley schedules and let in at cut rates certain products of the pauper labor of effete Ocr mnnyN Y Evening Wdrld It Is a fullerfledged reciprocity than any which has over been submitted lo congress for Its approval for tt im poses to admit at cut prices nut v tale products but all products of loVr priced German labor No wonder con green was not consulted Congress would have turned It down inconti nently nn THE WHITE RIBBON Influence This Badge of Purity Exert ed Over One Life At a camp meeting I was attending OBO summer a curtain public meellntf was being hold and a largo number wore present writes Rov 0 W Scott In Homo Herald During tho service a young lady arose and while In tho oaf of remov ing her Jacket she exposed a small bow of whlto ribbon on her breast A little farther to the roar two gen tlemen were seated side by vide Thor wore utter strangers to cook other f One asked the other What Is that bow of ribbon on the young ladys dross Ills neighbor replied That is a badge whloh tho women of the Womans Christian Tomporatif union wear sad he went on to deeertbe Ha use and significance The first speaker Uwa said I one had a sister who wore ono but she M now In heaven Saying UIII he withdrew trots the wrvleo and M It proved afterward under deep wavfc ties and returned to his hotel In the village near by For hears there In his roes he had a Ient struggle lie was wnmflil up 1 on mightily by ike holy spirit sad at lat yielding ho wu happily Mil soundly converted He had not aan the young lady wearing the badge to sicwk to br and she was all wtaM seton of br sltem InflWMC sushi Utlt won tMfhallll j Wnn Ito aw the carried him back to his bofkoo dftjm sad rvtv 4 Uw memory of ht eater who had worn tho white ribbon He wrote that some Iniueneo had twwafct Mm over from the villas to tile eamp for which h was moot xrawrul He revealed that be was a UoimuMr Oar a liquor era In a oorUla any bet that ha was through with that bvlataooi for he had prowtowl Gal that ho would never toll another drop of rum so long as he lived 1 He added Yon 4011 bow what you ban don for ma thooofc you have never pohon a word to M I am Boltuc homo today lat Uw peat nlfht moaUy ON my Vatoa sail I was sand sad Owl toM as that It was aU right with my eseL May Gail MOM you and balp yes lo wear tint rihiwn and mar It and ym hhmany more s yon have helped mv Pray for mo Truly the white rlbfcon bee prtuckv Ml many a sermon for purity and rightewass ITS POSITION PLAIN The Catholic Church Vigorously Fight- Ing the Saloon The saloon has become the II erw centor of lawlessness While It debouches sense of Ute pits plo with drunkenness and takes rem thorn that knowledge neearsary far an Intelligent ballot It snap IU lingers lit the law made for UI reslrietten It has Itoearae the unscrupulous and eea kOioneeloM tyrant of Americas poll UN There are three great conies of drunkenness In this country today The saloon Is one of them and lorhaps the greatest and the walledpmoderate drinker Is another Tho Catholic church Is putting up n r strenuous fight against the drink 011Iby using all the resources In her low or to antagonize the saloon and at tbo same time put In Us place the wbsli tutos for the saloon Vary Rev Alex ander P Doyle of tbo Catholic univer city of Washington A New Organization Tho name of a new organization Is The Student Recruits for the Christian Ministry and It originated only a short time ago at a college Young Men Christian asaooJatlon conference at Pacific Grove CaL One fourth of the men present bound them selves together with an avowed par pose to become ministers of Jesus Christ and to aggressively promote the consideration of tho ministry as- a fvocation for Christian young men Wins Against the Saloon The great struggle In Indian terrlItory between tho federal government represented by William a Johnson special ofllcer of tho department of the Interior and tho drink tnmQ la over The federal government thanks to tho prowess and absolute fearless Rees of Its agent has won out As a dozen papers In tho territory have fee cently announced In glaring headlines Tho beer period Is over The Inspiration of sadPolitics The saloon as the center and Inspi ration of bad politics bad government disorder poverty and sin has now been scheduled for extermination not by fanatics and theorists alono but by practical and clearheaded workers along lines of public welfare who will hardly cease before that evil Institu ion as It Is known today shall have s been laid to rent Editorial In Colliers Weekly The Deatn Rate Among Drinkers The conclusion reached from the eta yearbyto tho average number of deaths among Clt21G persons was that thorn j wero two duths among drinkers andthree among liquor sellers Mr every pp ono among abstainers b ivijka DIPPING SHEEP OR HOGS Good Tank Which Can Do Made of Cement or Galvanized Iron A good tank for dipping sheep goats galvuntsedfoot lung at top night feet at bottom An Iron Tank Pit In p M4bl i to make a goal tank of re tint H4K th M iMmoMktaw Ilnfore rvirig with work writ Ut Mcreiary of HKi unarm WaaMngtofl D C far Hullo r s c3S Outwit on lira Rum with n height of at leant RYe foot wujih two feat Tko tank shown In cur rrmponds to tfeate measure innn and n II Stovell Oregon vrnfft ne beets In tae for several vur xlvlnic good settsfMtfcm THE BALKING HORSE Diverting His Attention May Sueceed n Getting Him Started Again A ru rsmH who seems to knew what he Is writlae about says if Uhf air niion of a balking boree can be iV MH half of the trouble to ever yat hew few mop will refrala feat beattag Will at mtek Uses Wb n a bosee I lacltoeil lo be bang be should If 1 be pet hI ehftrae of Uw eeet hone tea above the place and aot drtvwi lit every osw ea the farm It lie to laellNed to step say Whoa 1 aimrply Thea he will net think be to niowrfHc of Ids own tree wilt Ot dew ami walk Pout him Nfttow up Me feet KM then another lapping them with A tone pay aaiwer In diverting hto an ntiou Protavd lo lU bU seder jirUii Ma tease la under R and- rt d4 utttnttkm Terre are asny- n of diverging a horses atleMJoa make kin foKt hit fed haMls litt lelurteg a null water In hto eare i iiililBg lunii in his mouth Then It M tpeell ibi quirt horN aloag il of him t nav tart off Wgtttb r IT tbeyud nut in nay event lii iol On lifinnw may work this- rn and tlav tirviT work on the Imp horse auin The oily Mtslna IIM H to Vf iriKinU ii patleat Itag irfrinn snil kind until you tIM some h r rrilow bal want to take a hand v ItUiasj a iiaisv horse HOGS AND SHEEP Tv nt tMk that a pit nab merely rIeA t mllciKV tan ends takes a- lail hot it Irn well fo bit the hoc pasture vcr ywar t1 two in rroaelHi uir melee front the- sruafier of the twra breetta Have you any animate on the farm hat return sack Urge proflta fur the monty Invontod ss sheep Keep the bust tMsture for the tombs flovcr is good so Is a freeh blue nines pasture hat BO old one to productive cf worms and totwlbly dUI Never hey a tarot sheep you havo no lime to foul with It Let your neigh iKTt rxpwltHtmt and threw away their fpfd If thoy wish lluy the bent qual fly you con but try to have the whole flork uHlfimit It la boat to have salt boxes In tho laturu whoro tho hoop can find hem at will but It not done mako a I laclco of salting theta every Sunday morning You will gut acquainted with your beep thou nnd careful ell 0110 brrds know It Jays to promote friendship between flock and Cluck maNr Parent hogs overfed with corn always produce nffHtirlng weak in bono and muscle It require bran mid dungy and ground oats to make healthy pigs and tho sooner tho farm er teams this tho larger will be his profits The Kind of Ram You Want In soltollnic tho hood of tho flock strive In oncourago tho dovolopmvnt M it Btatnlna Males possefislntc full cheat development woll sprung ribs bead well sot upon tho shoulder and broad forehead with a deep open nos till giving plenty of capacity for brvathing are tho most important qualities In tho ram she flockmaslor wants lambs that show evidence right from tho start they are going to mako K Hvii of It and when sold replenish let Pocketbook Sunh lambs ore prof liable and If more flocks possousud Iltu qtiiilliy far mojeiacsp wculd bo mnntalnuil upon A rfcRxn farms today Piles In Swine 1or pllofl in swine give sulphur In swill ono to two tnhlospcona a day per head until better then every Tow dare until all right Keep tho hogs dry on possible Wo had much toil a few rsagei caused by fnoding too rluh heavy bran slop without salt fogs should have salt nnd sulphur ever wcolt In tho year- Castrating Y PigstAll castration nocoeaary kliould bn done whoa tho pigs aro sic weeks old and whllo they nro still with the sow It might ho well to odd that all males from common litters should ho cas I trated as no reliance cnn bo placed on J tlia iiffsprlnc of much oare event 1tbouh they wore sired by a puroII bred THE SCAD INSECT Of All External Parasites It Is by Far the Most Dangerous Of all external parasites the scab mite Is by far tho most dangerous and troublesome onco It Is permitted to effect a lodgmont upon tho sheep It Is not a common ailment upon farms In the east but Is sufllclerttly preva tout upon tho ranges of tho west to make the danger ot Infection great In fact upon tho ranges seal nnd starvation aro tho two principal dis oases among time flocks Tho scab mite Is an Insect so small that It is not quite visible to the naked eye lives upon the skin and by Irritating the surface It causes a flow of tho fluid upon which It lives and finally by continuing this Irrita tion scabs or crusts are formed be neoth which tho Insect deposits Its eggs In tho course of two or three days says Rural New Yorker these eggs hatch The newlyborn parasite becomes adult In 15 days Each female paraslln will lay about 16 eggs 10 of which will bring forth females and tho other five males Tho new parasites as soon as they are hatched migrate and infect the ad scant territory which makes the scab patch spread by the constant advance of Its circumference and tho eggs of new parasites are deposited upon posts or boards upon which tho sheep rub themselves sod thus are ready to seize any altO to again locate them selves upon other sheep when they In turn become centers of Infection Oar tech a German authority computes that In three months a tingle female scab iHseet may become responsible for the existence of 1100090 progeny thus In U days after Infection tho In crease from one parasite might be 1500 In 71 day 180000 and In 90 stays 1800000 Asa matter of fact It requires about 90 days for the scab rfleeue to become well spread and very trMMeeeme after Introduction late a clean flock SILAGE IN FATTENING STEERS Prof Thomas Shaw Thinks That Corn Silage Cannot Bo Beat In corn growing areas It Is my con vtettoM Utat HO food for growing or fur fattening steers will prove cheaper or mere rateable titan corn snaKe In saylac Ute I know the opfctlou ex prnessd Is cornier to whet nanny be Hve who live IN the corn belt but 1I will MX take back or modify aLA that Is fattening and that weighs 1000 pmnoa should be fed from M to 49 pounds of earn slwge dully It goes well with clever bay or alfalfa er any leguminous fodder Of the latter live pound or about that much would bo wanted per day The grain ration tad ground would be about a pond or slightly more per day for every pound of the live weight of the steer The amount mentioned to for n steer after ho Is on full feed Leading up to full feed coanlderably lees would be used The meal should be fed OB the singe When tho silage Is put In the food box the meal Is thrown over it and the meal and stage are mixed while they arc being eaten which moons that all lireehowmi in chewing tho cud which Is favorable to thorough digestion It win not answer to feed only silage as the fodder ration Some dry fod der Is necessary as a safeguard but wbon the silage Is sweet and good It would be sato to feed somewhat moro than the amounts mentioned Fed In suitable amounts the succulence ex ercise a favorable Influence on diges tion Tho day Is certainly coming when Ihure will be a groat extension In the building of silos and it cannot come too soon No other method of saving corn wljl compare with It It utilizes tho entire product stalk and grain HOGS IN SUMMER Shelter from the Heat of the Sun Should De Provided The sketch shows a simple means JlI1I1lis rWarm Weather Hog Shelter a corner of the hog lot may be erected four posts In addition to two fence posts suys Prairie Farmer Three stringers are placed across three pairs of these posts and boards nailed over the top as Indicated In the sketch Americana Eating Mutton Tho Americana aro getting the mut ton eating habit Heretofore they hove boon w ddcd to the sirloin steak but now titer are catching on to tho merits of the mutton chop This change In tasio moans much for tho- future of the sbcop man for the sheep will mako good meat out of much food which Is generally wasted on the farm whllo the income from the wool may bo counted anyhow as so much clean profit The Head of theNerd One farmer says that the poorer tho sows are time greater U tho necessity for a good boar This Is true A mediumqual ity boar bred on poor sows will not lift up tho average very fast Tlo head of the herd is tho chief tartar in tho Improvement of the herd sw TEMPERANCELESSON SondiySchoolLeison lorJune 301907 Specially Prepared for This Paper LK880N TKXTl Cor 10311 Mem verue11 OdLDKN TttXTIt II good neither to rat flesh nor to drink wine nor anything whereby thy brother Btuniblothtitom 1f11TUIRIaul wrote this cpUtle from Upheld about A 11 9- 1IUACH It won written to the church at Couch one of the most worUly and luxurious oltlM of the time Iaul had lived unit preached there for nearly two years A D IS 01 and knew the people well SCUIITimK IlEFHniSNCB3Temper anee and power 1 Ut r 11t4t Ho 411 Pet 111 Temperamn and honor Ploy 11 J 1 Tim 3J 3 I Tit 214 6 Tm jxrancw and wisdom Irov 201 lsa- SIt Lan 1311 Amos C6 Temperance and the future 1 Cor G 10 Matt 344S 61 Luke 1131 Oal 61 1 Then 6I 1 let 47- Comment and Suggestive Thought The Problem Before Paul and Be fore UrThe now religion that Paul preached was as was said ot It turn lug the world upside down It Introduced now tosts of conduct and sot up now and exacting standards of liv- Ing It banned as wrong deeds that for centuries had been accepted as proper and oven pious It Is no won der therefore that Paul writing In those disturbed times was often obliged to discuss questions ot oon duct that perplexed tho Christians themselves Some ot these wore the matlor of a rest day whether they should observe tho Jewish Saturday Sabbath or tho Christian Sunday or both tho matter of dlvorco the quo lion whether the Gontllo converts should be required to become Jews nut the most generally perplexing question at least for Christian living In Gentile cities like Corinth was whether they should eat moat that bad been offered to Idols On tho one hand they should re fuse to pertako of such meats because 1 the practice had boon forbidden by the decree of the council at Jeru salem seven years before Acts 1118 I llecause the act was pe culiarly offensive to their Jewish brothen II1 To use the flesh which had once boon offered to a heathen divinity oven In ordinary circum stances would be an encouragement of the practice of sacrifice much more to partake of the banquets which took place in the precincts ot the tempt Itself and on the scene of those licentious orgies with which the heathen worship was so often ac companied Stanley See 1 Cor 8911 4 Thero was especial dan ger that the dtseJplos themselves would bo led not only Into the ceremonial but the moral jKjllutlona con heated with Idolatry 5 There was danger ot leading Into temptation those who were not strong In tho faith and of Inducing them to act contrary to their consciences On the other hand It seemed right to partake I The decree at Jeru salem Klvon In Acts 15 was Intended for special circumstances and not for n universal rule Tho letter contain- Ing It was addressed only to the churches ot Antioch Syria and Cilt cla Cambridge Bible 2 There was no owtontlal wrong In eating such moot An Idol Is nothing In the world It they abstained they seemed to say that on Idol was a real being and so thoy gave a sanction to superstition V W Robertson S The prohibition Interfered with the Christian liberty and such liberty Is of tho utmost Importance to all M The prohlbtlon would cause a great deal of difficulty In obtaining meats for food 6 Any unnecessary burdens on disciples hindered others from becoming Christians C It compelled the disciples to keep away from almost all social and civil as Rcmhllcs and prevented them from in fluencing their heathen neighbors toward tho gospel 7 Such emphasis on matters not wrong In themselves would call attention away from real sins and crimes It is always dangerous to lay as much emphasis on Inch dental things as on tho great truths and principles Tho parallel with the modern liquor problem Is very close In all this The- evll ot strdng drink ramifies every whore Thero is scarcely a trades man but may be called upon to work In the Interests of tho saloon News papers with their advertisements poll ticians with their laws citizens with their votes artists with their pictures poets with their songs farmers with their corn and rye pharmacists with their drugs and even confectioners with their candles almost every ono Is liable to become Involved In the sin of the saloon It touches soon or late every household Hero also as In the matter of meat offered to Idols thnru Is tho fear of driving men from Christianity by appealing to be over strict censorious and cranky How fur shall a Christian go In conformity to the saloon and to a society where strong drink is such a power This Is an important practical problem for every one Practical Points Hating nnd drinking are mentioned merely because Paul had been talking about them tho principle ho lays down hero applies to all life rhe modern Idea of some acts being religious and some secular is neither here nor elsewhere recognized by St ulhlllcottThis principle ot doing everything to tho glory of Sod would put a speedy end to the sale and the use of Intoxicants Could any ono run n saloon to tho glory of God Could any ono get drunk to Gods glory or even to Goda glory tipple a llltlaT FORTYSIX NATIONS REPRESENTED Did CONTRAST BETWEEN SENTI MENT PREVAILING AT SECOND And That Marking Eve of First Peaci Congress Prospects Slight For Armament Llmiyitlon The Hague June HWith the rep rwenUUvei of 46 countries here for the opening of the second peace eon Terence there Is a remarkable contrast between the sentiments prevail ing upon the eve ot the conference of 1809 and today In 1899 although less than half ai many governments were represented the hopes of the world were high and there was a vision of disarmament and the banishment of war from among civilized peoples The delegates entered upon their work with the zeal of men upon a holy mission Yet three months later this dream faded Nothing beyond the adoption of a pious vow remained Today with the conference a war parliament in the fullest acceptation of the term the delegates meet in a more practical spirit Two wars have been founght since 1899 and the military budgets are heavier but disarmament has not been broached even and the prospects of a step toward limitation of arma ments are slight At the same time the delegates ad nut that the public agitation in favor of reduction is stronger than in 1899 The trouble they say lies In the European situation which Is so dell cole that no iHnglo power is ready to propose a fomula lest It Jeopardize the extremely useful work of ameliorating the horrors of war defining the rights too duties of neutrals perhaps extending the principle of arbitration The powers favorng a discussion of a proposal to reduce armaments fear that unless It Is brought up the whole Idea may fall into universal ridicule At the outset it Is seen that tho 1m portent thing to avoid Is discord and with the purpose of permitting a further exchange of views It has been de cided to postpone the second session of the conference until Tuesday Some optimists believe that because the ilirflcultlos are fully appreciated In advance the result will be more satisfactory Upon the single question of publicity the jealousy of the powers has contributed directly to bringing about a view different from 1S99 Then not a single power supported Swedens motions for publicity Today Germany believes that pub Itchy will prevent her being placed Inn false position and the fact that Oer many refuses to advocate secrecy forces her opponents to suport pub licity WOMAN KNOCKED SENSELESS Then Robbed of SlxtyOne Thousand Dollars In Cold Cash San Antonia June 15 Captured whoa seeking to escape on an east bound train Rufus King confessed that he had knocked senseless and then robbed Mrs Sallie Gibbons of Colum bla S C of 50 1000 bills and 14000 In gold and smaller bills Ho was her traveling companion Mrs Gibbons and Williams arrived in the city from the east the woman coming for the purpose of Investlgat fag Texas lands She had on her person 61000 At noon Williams obtained a vehicle from a local livery and 5U gested a drive Into the woods Mr Gibbons was struck on tho head and an attempt msdo to drown her Wil llama stated that after ho took her money he fled back to this city The Rope Broke Roanoke Va June 15John Hardy n negro who shot and killed Police Of leer Robert M Beard last October was hanged In the Roanoke Jallyard Tho rope broke when Hardy shot through the trap and he rolled over on the ground halt choking He was again placed on the scaffold and the second drop broke his neck lie was pronounced dead In five minutes Banker Indicted Pierre S D June 1GTJlo federal grand jury Indicted on 95 counts Charles C King former president ol the First National bank ot Scotland N D Tho counts are for embezzle meat misappropriation of securities false entries and returns and fraudu lent issues of certificates and drafts Boodlers Pardoned Jefferson OUy Mo June 1SJullus Lchmann and Emil Hartman formei St Louis councilmen convicted oJ boodling and sentenced to the penlten tiary three years ago were pardoned by Jov Folk They are the last of th convicted St Louis boodlers to leavt the penitonlnry Big Aerial Race Paris June 15nno balloons cs tended front the grounds of the Aerc club for a longdlatanco race Shook Three States Monterey Mex June 15 tteporlt were received hereof a general earth- q1QkllIhock which visited tho stated c Pueblo and Oaxaca bo4 without loss of life so far as Is known and without causing much propertj loss Stole 40000 Confesses Seymour Wit June 16 Thomas 0 Cotthill cashier ot thoFlrst National tank of this city was arrested charged with the cmbezi uncnt t 40000 Cos hill confessed and said the money wai lost in the Cnlca 0 wfceat nit i T t r 1U5 Berea College t to s l 10 12 j FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Place the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over It Instructer 1017 students frem 27 states Largest soling library In Kentucky HO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for sack mate suhJMt many classes that each student can be placed with others like him where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter TIlE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced SCUSM isetwa library and general advantages as for mere tdvoccd stets AHtkV ttSinging14 Drirm Uslaafe ment etc Free text bookstTRADE COURSES for any who have finished filth grade fIoM tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Frist ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY It REGULAR COURSE s years for thou who haw largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for aa honorable aad useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course ie that a 70t man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture sad a young lady irHome Science J ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit far busmen Even h H part of this course at fall and winter terms is very profitable Small 1 extra fees P lACADEMY PREPARATORY two three sad four year courant N with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific aad Classical es with use of laboratories scieatific apparatus sad all modern COUBoIods The highest educational standards lNORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession oi teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enable one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter sad spring terms give the information culture and training necessary fei a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Veice Culture Plane Theory Band may be taken as aa extra ia connection with any course Small extra fees i Expenses Regulations Opening Dapsr tl Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the Sclle1rexpends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts ol Christian and patriotic people who are snpportiag Berea in ordw that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment BO ss to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL 1 EXPENSES for clothing laaadry pottage book ete t varywith different people Berea favors plaia clothing Our chesMais the best but as students must attend classes regardless the f weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas aad overshoes j I necessary The Stcr famishes books toilet artielp- work t uniforms umbrellas sad other accessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks DO rent I for the fine in which studcats live charonly enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 110 a week ia washs ing of bedding 40 cents a week ia fall and spring 60 cent School Feet are two First a Dollar Deposit an guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidtntal Fu to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or I services of teaclurs all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Yodel Schools 60Q in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payset and he ia advance incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows Fer Winter Titan 12 weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 de IpOIU 28th day 600 56th day 600 total 29 If paid all 1m t l advance 28I j Fer oGth day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2800 The two terms tagetber paid for in advance at a reduction of Ii250 making Only 4900 Longer Winter Tote 16 weeks First day 2060 28th day 600 66th day 600 84th day 640 total 3800 If paid aUlD advance 9700- Refaadiag Students excused to leave fcfore end of term receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ante is made for any fraction of a week and a fee of Situ cents is charged for leaving the boarding hall and fifty centa for leering a room in term tune There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pa te When have made your journey and are well possibleeThe First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE J BEREA KENTUCKY 4I That Premium Knife 4 takes theVeyes of the men and boys who see it The mountains lika good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent Qlo two blades of razor steel anda dollar paper that iaIworth more to the mountain people than any other dollar in the world The Knife end The Citizen for One Dollar r That brings la w1NtlllpUou all the time See full premium list on page 7 s- = F 1THE SCHOOL I lr Problems of the District School Trof Dlmmor t- gkrayPart 3 Practical Teaching 0381i Again in explaining difficult points the teacher should be ready with illustrations He must be able to tell what it is like It is liket his or that the you are familiar with Be sure that it is familiar The greatest teachers iu j the world have been those who wore readiest with illustrations Thinking J of apt illustrations may be au art but it is one not so very difficult to ai quire The things that are like abound everywhere if we will but learn to see and use them Ii Not only must wo make difficult matters plain to the understandin r but we must impress them upon the mind in such a way that they will not be forgotten This is true of many of the easy things as well as of the difficult ones The children cannot judge of tho importance of the thing they learn Little things and great things are put in the same kind of type without any emphasis or marking that indicates their relative im t portanco The teacher must furnish the emphasis- A point may be emphasized by repeating it by stating why it is im portant or by relating some incident in connection with it that shows its importance Whatever the the one thing needful is the attention of the class When their undivided attention is secured and there is some thing worthwhile to hold it then see that the impression is made an clinched It is like a blacksmith fashioning a horseshoe out of a bar of heat ed iron There is much in knowing just when to strike 5 Questioning The teacher like the lawyer should be an expert questioner A sharp question has the same effect upon the mind that 1 spur has upon a lagging horse It stimulates it to activity and since it is n powerful instrument for good the teacher must know how and when to use it For convenience of discussion we may divide our subject into four classes ao follows 1 Questions that can be answered by yes or no as have you prepared i your lesson f Did you see Mr Smith yesterday 2 Questions that can be answered by facts or by information that has been set as a task as How fat does your lesson extend f How many pecks in a bushel f 3 Questions that will bring out difficulties or that will involve con tradictions as use a personal pronoun in the common gender third person andsingular number Can you draw a rightangled triangle with the three sides equal f 4 Questions that involve other questions that can only be determines by discovering all the facts that underlie the main question Such are called leading questions Example why is the verb the most important of all the parts of speech f Why is the robin so great a favorite f Each of these classes has its proper use but trouble arises when one class is used for another There are many questions that can and should be auswered by yes or no but when the teacher asks an information question by furnishing the information as how many quarts in a peck eight are there not f the whole thing is wrong In questioning pupils upon their lessons to test their knowledge it is best to drive straight to the point but the question should never indicate the answer It should go without saying that the teacher who would asl intelligent questions must be familiar with the contents of the lesson and also know the correct answers There is no incentive to the pupils to learn when the teacher is obliged to look in the book for the answers him self The pupils will very properly conclude if the teacher does not need to know this there is no need in their knowing it On the other band il the teacher is thoroughly familiar with the knowledge of the lesson and knows much besides it is a great incentive to the pupils Every teacher should practice the art of questioning until he can bore thru a subject and leave nothing more to be asked Pupils also should be taught to make questions upon their lessons Let them see how many questions they can ask upon a given topic and then I let these questions be kindly criticised by the teacher In many cases there is no better way of attacking a lesson than by formulating as many ques tions as possible from it and then proceeding to find the answers + Continued Next Week e 1 ITHE FARM r Care of Pigs Sows and pigs should be given a good pasture with a shelter to lie in as arefuge from the hot sun and from rains There should be running water in the pasture If there are no streams or springs fresh water should be supplied in troughs Fresh clean water absolutely essential in keeping pigs in good healthClean earth clean pure water grass and grain with common sense handling will make a success of pigs Sows running on pasture with pigs should be given some grain A slop of middlings or of cornmeal and wheat bran is needed to keep up the milk flow If sows are allowed to become thin and run down they will not be able to raise the second litter and that will mean a loss When the pasture is limited sow some peas and rape which will be fit for pasturage when the other pasture becomes short and dry Field peas sown broadcast to the extent of about an acre for two or three sows and their litters will prove a great help M V Sow rape broadcast in the corn at the last cultivation and it will af ford good pasturage in the fall after the corn is cut The secret of producing cheap pork is the maintaining a steadygain and a high degree of health from start to finish all When two litters a year are raised Wean the pigs when they are from six to eight weeks old When only one litter is raised they may remain with the sow a little longer but should never be allowed to pull her down too much in fleshrT J When selling time comes forlittle pigs appearances goa long ways A wellformed pig nets more money at six months old than one eight months old that is not so good looking All buyers prefer a shapely pig andare willing to pay accordingly +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+0o+o+o+o+00+o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o + I t If You Are Looking For i- I Bargains i o You must Not Pass This Store o o + A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves + etc at Bargain Prices o + In Mens Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work t+ Shirts Overalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose 1- to Hats oAlsoo ISuits F o + and Queensware and o U pay top prices for Produce o Q Yours for Business + 0 I 1Berea Ky it ooo+otoo+oo+o4o+o+o +o+o+o+o+oo +o+o+o+o +o +o+o+o I BOWSER LEAVES HOME It Is All on Account of an Elixir Given Him by Plumber IT HAS A STRANGE EFFECT He Treats All the Policemen on the Block When They Call to Stop Noise No Row Over Return Mrs D Prom liesCopyright 1907 by P C Eastment We hall Just finished dinner and returned to tho sitting room tho other evening when tho cook came upstairs and said thero was a boy at the basement door with a gallon Jug Mr now set promptly went down to see about It and a few minutes later announced to moIt Is a llttlo something tho plumber sent me over Ever slnco I called him a robber last year ho has done every thing to deserve my good opinion But what Is It I asked You know ho has a farm out In the country Ills brotherinlaw runs it They dig nil kinds of roots and gather all kinds of barks and mako what t ioy call an elixir of life It Is a jug of tho last brew they have sent mo1 over Come on down and havo a taste- I am not In need of n tonic You may not think you are but one cant tall about those things Ive hall a sort of rash for the last week and this Is just tile stuff to tako It away- I shouldnt tako anything of the kind unless ordered by the doctor Its funny that you havent said anything about your rash up to just now Goes Right to the Spot Mrs Bowser dont uso that tono In speaking to me ho said as ho flushed up In tho first place I guess I can bavo a rash without shouting tho fact all over town and In tho next I was waiting to see whether It would grow worse or go away I should have gono to the drug store this evening If this elixir hadnt come Ah Its good stuff I It goes right to the spot Tho plumber began using this twenty years ago when everybody predicted that he wouldnt live a year Insldo of a yoar ho had gained thirty pounds and his yells could be heard a mile no has a list of over thirty people that It has i rooxo MTsjELr mconiHO AS i cum UPSTAIRS drawn back from the grave You wont have any eh Well If you like to have your dry bones rattle as you walk about thats your affair I think Ill tako another small sip Just then tho front bell upstairs rang and I went up to find Mrs Browse boy with a message from his mother who was 111 She wanted mo to come over for awhile and I left Mr Dowser seated In his chair and reading tbo pa per It was three hours before I re turned and ho was not to be found In tho house On tbo table however bo had left a memorandum or diary of the events of those hours and I hero give it verbatim Plumber sends mo a gallon of elixir to cure my rash and brace mo up Spoko of my rash to Mrs Bowser and she answered sarcastically Pleasant to the Tnt Had two doses of tho elixir before she was unexpectedly called out Rather pleasant to the taste Desiring to get rid of this rash as soon as possible I guess Ill tako an otherHavo taken It and feel better much better No danger now of the rash striking In In fact I can feel It strik ing out Much obliged to the plumber If I have any busted water pipes this wIn- ter I shall call him In The elixir was just what I needed When I camo homo this evening I Wu taking a gloomy view of life Now Im singing as I write this No directions on tho jug but I pro sumo tho elixir Is to be taken whenever a feller feels Into It Thats why Its called elixir Thats why Ive just gono flown and taken another dose It seems to fill a long felt want No more gloomy views of llfo for me I found myself laugh Ing as I camo upstairs Cant say what I was laughing about but this fa- a good old world and Id like to live a thousand years The cat and I sit opposite each oth er Ho seems to distrust my motives but bless your soul I wouldnt hurt a cat Cats have got a right to llvo and be happy have just looked for the rash and found It all gono Plumber Was Right Plumber said It would knock the rashest of all rashes Into a cocked hat In two days and he was more than right I nhafl never call him a robber again I might have been In my graTe In a day or two more but for blm Ho didnt say tho elixir was a004 for rheumatism but Im going to trr It You never can tell what an cllxl will do until youve emptied tho jug Hare tried It and feel much bottoi Danced a jig when I came back up stairs Cat looked at me In astonish ment but whats a durnod old cat sot- to do with ItT Cook has just gone to bed and Im all alone down hero While I pity tho poor woman and whll she looked at the jug appealingly Im not going to peddlo the elixir around Charity begins at home Just had a fit of laughing Cant say what it was about but the man who wants to leave this rosy old world U a fool I just feel friendly toward every living thing- I suppose that after they havo boll ed tho barks and roots down they put In hard elder but I dont know or care All I know la that It has cured my rheumatism in about fifteen mln Dies Never saw anything act like It before Curve Many Things Plumber didnt say tho elixir would cure tho kidney complaint but Im go- Ing to try It Never be surprised nt anything an elixir does Cat looks at mo reproachfully but Havo taken another doso Warn glow Heart largo and liberal If an old tramp should call now Id glvo bin my shoes Havo told tho cat I think just as much of him as It ho was a baby but ho seems to doubt the state ment Got up to go over and stroke his back but the floor roso up under me and I bad to sit down again Tha may bo tho elixirs way of curing kId- ney complaint and I aint saying a wordJust got through singing Old Black yon Mrs Dowser ought to have beet hero and felt the house tremble Soma ono opened tho door and I thought It was her but it was a policeman Said bed give mo tho collar If I didnt hush Hashed and gave him a doso of the elixir to euro his cold foot Wo winker at each other and laughed IIo said II was tho best ever and that I might sIng tho roof off tho house If I wanted toBeen playing tho strong man with the chairs The elixir gives a man n heap of muscle Treated the Policemen Went out to the gate bareheaded to look for Mrs Dowser Couldnt see her anywhere and I sang The Old Oaken Bucket Two policemen cnrao along and toll mo to shut up or they would have me In tho jug Speaking of jug reminded ao and I brought out the elixir When they had drunk they patted mo on tho back I can stand in with elixir and I stand In with tho pollee and BO who cares for who cares Dont remember whether the plumb er said the elixir was good for oliver x mplalt or not but I bavo just tried It Always glvo an ollxlr a fair show md it will glvo you one Have just found myself weeping Cant tell what for Nobody dead fled 10 mortgage on the bouse but I wept Cat didnt seem to be any more aston shed than when I laughed Is there mo cat or two or three Is It tho room whirling around or mot It may bo that I ought to have taken more elixir but Mr Bowsers diary ended there rime cat was In the houso when I reached home but ho was not to bo found rho Jug was thero but there was only about a pint of tho elixir left Mr Jowsor hall taken his overcoat and hat nod gono It Is twentytour hours since 10 disappeared and still no word Any ino observing a short tat man sitting In a snowdrift or n doorway and weep rag will please speak kindly to him and cad him home Say to him on tho way hat there will bo no row raised over his return There Is somo elixir left nod ho can go right on dosing himself tor consumption and appendicitis THE MRS BOWSBR Per M Quad His First Operation The visitor found little Bessie crying CUI though borhcart would break What Is tho troublo little girl iked tho visitor sympathetically BoohooP sobbed Bessie B Bobby Wants to be a surgeon when he gets WAnd docs that worry you my dear Y yes ho has cut all the sawdust out of my dolly to see If she baa the ppendlcltlsRidgwaysPractical Always Safe A naval oiliest noticed that his do canter of sherry grow steadily empty With a view to prevent tho ovapora tlon he filled It up with tho vilest de- coction ho could compound Tho slier ry still decreased and at last ho called up the steward His explanation was thoroughly satisfactory I give the cook two wineglasses for tho soup ov IC evening ho said Liverpool Post Providential Merciful Provldoncel exclaimed the old ladyNIt ho hadnt a been there the glass would agot all broke Brownings Magazine NEWS OF KENTUC- KYI I Told Information Conetrnbr- Mttttrt of Current Interest to KentuckiAns ESTATE NEWS IN A NUTSKIL1 Nan Are round Accurately BtIUd the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Juno 17The case of D Fulton French John Smith and John Abner charged with complicity In the assassination of James D Mar cum at Jackson Ilreathltt county was called at Deattyvlllo Leo county today at a special term of tho Leo circuit court Judge John L Donor of Henderson Is presiding Witnesses from Perry Leslie Drcathltt and oth er counties havo been summoned W O Young who Is chief counsel for tho Hargisea Is represenUng French HU3DAND WHIPS MINISTER Preacher Thought to be the Cause of Divorce Receives Woody Punishment Fulton Ky Juno UTho Rev Frank Morton Hawley pastor of the First rreebyterian church of Fulton was the victim of a sensational horsewhipping at the hands of W W MM dows proprietor of tho Hotel Mea dows Tho flogging came as tho aftermath to the divorce suit of Mrs Mea dews which was Instituted several days ago during the absence of the minister Tho Roy Mr Hawley has been a resident of Fulton for the last two years and resided at the Hotel Mea dows Ho was forbidden further on trance to tho household and when Mrs Meadows threatened suit for divorce the Rev Mr Hawley left for a rlslt to his former homo at Charlottes vlllo N C- Meadowe and a party of friends met the train on which the minister re turned and slipped handcuffs upon the wrtots of tho divine taking him to a vacant lot nearby Three buggy whips were worn out on his book Pollowtac the bloody ordeal he was dressed and driven to the depot lid plated upon a train and made to swear ho wo M never return to FultonI A FREAK WELL Kentucky Has a Singular and Mystify ing Natural Curiosity HepklMvIlle Ky June IL Tkere Is a well In Uvingntcn oowty whisk is attracting mush aUwiUoR for trout Its depths oaR be drawn three spitp rate sad distinct floMe Umeetooe sol phur water and oil The Asti can be seovred in the order named and a bucket lowered Into either level will be ailed aooonHnHr This well Js on the farm of J D ThrekeM and J V Hadden near aalent and It Is Me test deep TIle cwtotts ooMMnattoa of fluids sod the fact that they do not mix tins pouted the wisest chemists to many ef whom peeimens et the water have been submitted The oil especially puts everyone at a loss tar It is found at the bottom of the well and there is never the least Indication of Ita preeenoe on the surface The Only Place Reporter to tho manager of the menagorleI understand there was an accident of some kind hero Where shall I get reliable news of the af talrt ManagerAt tho gnus stand e The ScrapBookNevertheless In my younger days out west Haiti Senator Vest I went to a variety theater one night In Kansas City Ifwas one of those primitive shown whore the stage manager coines before fho footlights without a coat and waistcoat and with Ills shirt sleeves rolled up to tho elbows to announce the next number oC the programme Miss Dertlo Allondnle ronmrktd tho stage manager appearing In ouo of tho interludes who has entranced two hemispheres with liar wonderful vocal powers will now render In her Inimitable stylo that exquisite vocal selection entitled Down In the Val leT A geutlcman In n rod flannel shirt rose In tho midst of tho audience ami exclaimed In an Impressive tHIN voice Ob Umnderl Ilortio Allendulo cant sing for green nnnles The manager who had started to leave the stage halted and turned An ugly light flashed tram bis eye He came down from the stage walked slowly up to tho man In the red shirt and said Youll git out of here Thin Invitation being declined a combat fol lowed lusting about tea minute Chairs wore broken and both combat ants were bruised nail battered Final ly tho man In tho red shirt was ejected and the manager walked back to the stago awl raced the audience with a bloody taco and clothing torn and tat teredolie waited a minute pumping for breath and then announced to presetly NevertbotcM said notwithstanding Miss Itertlo Allendalo will now sing her exquisite vocal selection entitled Down In the Valley H And she sang It with great applause and an encore r nBCllHlo AL God of ear ashen known ei sick Lord of our far Hsag halite Use BcMtih vrhMe wM Mal we betel Dominion sea peta nag PMse Lnl OoJ oT lirta to with m yet Lest we torelest we fsraeti IM tumult and the fhaMfatK MM Tb captain sad UM Mow 4 frtBUM atandi tits anetont eselsee An buW aM a oontriU beset lor God ef llMtt tw wltt us rM Let we temt4st we ergetl Fur sailed our alwh welt away On dune and bsdlaed Make taw ar- IA aU our Lro et jTMUrdaj- rb one with XtMveb sad Tyre Jerks of Use nttttoM apat w yC Lull we Sorgiss we tonsil- It drank with rtht of power wr lee M WUd lsscvss Scot hAft nt ttM la w Seek liailnic M the 8aUIa net Or IMMT iriini without UM Lew O4 et HIM V with UtI yettTwat we fwatttatt we farseti Par kaike beset that paw her tmt- In rwkliw tee end Iron Nard Alt valiant dnt thet belts MI deet And rmrdtar e Ua not UM I- Roard FOr frmntM toil and foolish word Thy menor en thr opts Law Area 1WIIJ1U4 KMWIS Who Is ItT MkM Mind Adams hula a favorite story about a Mfcw Jennttog and OuIpspe let8 fete became enamored of the dusky DflWett and not having the oMmRe to pop face to face caned up tile MuM whore sko worked and asked for her aver the telephone When ho got her in the line ho asked Is dat Miss Jottnstagr- Ya s- Well Miss JohuslBg Is get a most mportant question to ask you Yaas Wilt you marry mar Yaas Who Is It pleasot n e e V I REAL ESTATE Business and Real Estate In Berea arc becoming more desirable every day and desirable building lots for residences and business are advanc ing in price NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I have well established businesses and business houses dwelling and unimproved lots for sale You will do well to see me at once I AM CLOSING OUT MY Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes Re gardless of Cost I will sell the entire stock building andall or I will sell tho stock and rent the building or exchange the plant for real estate I mako this offer as I am going to build a business house on my property on Chestnut Street i THE SECOND LOAD OF BUGGIES will bo in in a short time Save this and wait until thoy come HAMMAR PAINT and OIL COOK STOVES are things that will interest you and savo you money Tuesday morning June 18th with others I will leave for Panhandle Texas whore there will bo thirty thousand acres of landsold in one day and the man who buys this land is the tuna who will make the money in the next few years REMEMBER We leavo on the One oclock TrainaTUESDAY MORNING THE i8th GO WITH US c Yours Truly Je P BICKNELL Berea Ky t yt h FJ THE PEsthENtToEfflToRs I Roosevelt Delivers a Notable Address at Jamestown Va Speaks Before the Delegates to the National Editorial Association Touches Upon Important National Questions Jsmestown LThe followIn la tbe I arlitrrs of President nooncvclt biter the Katlenal Htlltorlal association at the r poltion hr- It hi ef revue a were truism to say that no other body of our countrymen wield as writtorBata It It also a trulim to say that responIblUty beheldpubUyour duties today save that I shall permit myself to point out one matter when It B omp te me that the need of our people In vital It Is ewenttll that th man In public life and the man who ofheatof Ihe people tie prompt to chill wrong 11hcbeultiWresult In the first place be sure of IIkll11tItrfa hIhisllIlsfttruthInbase your Judgment on conduct and not ot the social or economic poelllon of the dialing7Jtenwalk of lire and their being good or bad dwa not depend upon whether they hay o de not large bank aooount yet s Irhia elrlaenlal fact this tart which we all crept as selfevident when we think oai u of us of the people whom he him aelt knows In his business ani social relations I often completely Ignored by publleWrttera whenfounduasafe sad are sometimes very dan cerout leader Ptelruit equally the man who u never able 10 dlsoover any vices of nth teen to attack and the man who ronftne hlsaaelf to llacalag the ItIehanr4ty In any mn If In ate Ube aa aaults upon Iniquity he Is never aWe to e any Iniquity ave that of a particular clue cad thM whether he la able only to opprwNon srIIou to czy to you In your rapacity of maiden and gulden of public thought In edalUcn I wuat to peak to you on two great movements In our public Me which I fl mut noceosarily occupy no Incon siderable part of the tune of sor pubHe men In the near future One of these ls the queetlofl of la certain ways re shaping our ayatem at taxation M as to make It beer moot heavily on then most capable of MipOrtl1f thestreiL The other I tho ojuestioa of utlttdn the natural roaourco of tho elkM In theway that will bo ef moot becraUt to the nation as a whole r Need of Foresight e In ntlllilnc and eontcrrtag the natural Vaaurts of the nation the one titantoriiilr more eoeetitlal than nay ether Is foresight Unfortunately foresight Is not usually rhararterlell of i young and vigorous people and It Is obviously not a a srk1 liaraitertotlc of us la the Cnlted Ctntea Yet anuredly It should be the gtiKihg action with ft future which take shy long loud ahead and no other nn la erowtng IloO rapidly as ours or hoe a futur0 full of promlM No other nation enjoy a wonderful a measure of- prwnt prosperity which can of right be treated aa an earnest of future awo coca and for no other are the reward of foresight ao great ao certain and MI raally foretold Yet hitherto aa a wallow we haro tended lo lire with an eye stogie to the preaent and have pdraltted tM recfcleoa waate and destruction of muoh of our natural wealth The ronawvatlon ef our Mlural re Sours and their proper use constitute the fundamental problem whtah underlies almost oven other problem of our na tlonal life Cnleoa we maintain an ade quate material bails for uur rlvlllMUon w e can rat maintain the Institutions In which we take so great and Just a pride end to waste end destroy our natural resource mean lo undermine this material baata During the lat five years aeffort have been made In several n- oQ directions jn the government service to get our people to look ahead to exercise foresight and to substitute a punned and orderly development of out resource In the place of a haphazard striving for immediate praflt The effort has been made through several agencies In 1101 the reclamation servlee began In develop the larger oppprttmltles of the western half of our country for Irriga tion The work Includes all the states from the treat plains through the Hock to the 1acinc slope It has ft1alnll with the clear and den of using the valuable water fvrs of the public tam for the greatest good for the greatest number In the tong run In other words for the purpose of putting upon the land perma neat home makers who will use and 1 develop It for themselves and for their children and childrens children There has Lien opposition of course to this work of the reclamation service for we have been obliged to antagonize certain men whose Interest It was to exhaust for their own temporary personal profit nat ural resources which ought to be developed through useBso as to be conserved for the permanent common advantage of tho people m a whole Out there will be no halt In the work of preserving the waters which head In the Rocky moun tain region so an to make them of most urn to the people as a whole for the pollry Is essential to our national welfare Operations of Land Laws The public lands of the United States should be utilized In similar fashion Our present public land laws were passed when there was a vast surplus of vacant public land The chief desire was to secure settlers thereon and comparatively slight attention gas paid as to exactly how the lands Were disposed of In do tall In conseqvence lax execution of the laws borame tho rule both In tho land oaks and In the public mind and land frauds were common and little noted This was especially true when a system originally designed for the fertile and wellwatered regions of the middle weal was applied to the dryer regions of the great plains and to the mountains and the Pacific coachJAehoQe II nth4system lent and much land paned out of the hands of the gov ernment without passing Into tip hante I of the home maker The department of justiceJoinedagainst the taw but both the law and its administration were defective and needed to be changed Three years ago appoInted and to recommend a remedy Their ex amination specifically showed the ex publledomainchanges In the lair ware made with the design of eontervlng the natural re sources of every part of the public land by putting It to its best use Attention was especially railed to the prevention of settlement by the passage of greet areas of pUbbe land Into the hands of a few men and to the enormous waste caused by unrestricted grazing on the open range a system of using the natural forage on the public domain which amounts to putting a premium on lie destruction The recommendations of the public lands commission were sound for they were especially In the Interest of the actual hem maker and where the small home maker could not utilize the land It was provided that the govern ment should keep control of It so that It could not be monopolized by a few wealthy men Congres has not yet acted upon these recommendations ex cept ter the repeal of the Iniquitous lieuland law nut the recommendations are ao Just and proper so essential to our national welfare that I behave they will surely ultimately be adopted In that congress authorized the presi Chi mained for long time In chart of the general land office whleh had no men properly trained In forestry But another department that of agriculture possessed the trained men In other word the government forests wars with out foresters and the government far esters without forests Waste of effort and waste of forests Inevitably followed Finally the situation was ended In IXC by the creation of the United States forest ervlce which has stopped the waste conserved the resource of the national forests and made them useful so that our forests are now being managed on a coherent plan and In a way that augurs well for the future The mineral fuels of UIII eastern United States have already passed Into the hAnde of large privet owners and those of the west are rapidly following This should net ba for such mineral resource belong In a peculiar degree to the whole people Under private control there smuch waste front the ahorUlghted methods of working and the oowplol utlUzorton is often acrlfir tl far a greeter Immediate proflt The mineral faeta ender our prt condition are a esen Ual to our prosperity as the forests will always herThe dlKerenr la that the supply I definitely limited for coal does not grow and trees do It la obvious that tho mineral fuels eaould be eon served not wasted and that enough of them should remain In the hands of the government to protect tM people against unjust or extortionate price eo far as that can atlll be doM whet has boon accmpMhd In the regulation of the great oil floMs of the Indian terri tory offers a itrtklag example of Ute good results of such a policy Last sumMer accordingly 1 withdrew moot of the coalbearing publto lands temper arily from dtopesat and asked for the legislation necewary to protect the pitHe Interest by the oonMrralton of tIM mineral fuel that la for the power to keep the fee In the government and to lease the coal oil pad gas rights under proper regulation No such legislation was pd but I still hepe that we shall vlllmalely get It Preserve Mineral Resources Ill addition to treating aright far the betwnt of the whole people the tortand the mineral bed we should atml larly try to preserve for the benefit of all the people the great atrotcho of pub Ha domain seine three hundred million sera In all which are unfit for cultiva lien by present methods and valuable only fer the forage which they supply Tide vast area I new open to the fro grazing of cattle sheep horeeej and gnats without restriction or regulation When population hal Increased aa Is new the ease such utter leek of management mean that the public domain U turned over to be skinned by men whoa only concern Is to get what they can out of It at the moment without any regard to whether or not It le ruined so tar aa the next generation is concerned In other word the range Is not no muoh used aa walled by abuse and a An Incident conflict und bloodshed fre quently arise between opposing users With the rapid settling of the west the rang Is more and more overgrazed Moreover much of It Can not be used to advantage unless It Is fenced for fencing It the only way by whlcn to keep In check the absentee owners of nomaa flocks which roam hither and thither utterly destroying the pasturage and leaving a waste behind so that their presence Is compatible with the presence of bom maker Prevention of Frauds For several years we have been do Ing everything In our power to prevent fraud upon the public land What can be dona under the present laws Is now being done through the joint action of the Interior department and the depart ment of justice Hut fully to accomplish the prevention of fraud there Is need of further legislation and especially of a sufficient appropriation to permit the de partment of the Interior to examine cer tain classes of entries on the ground before they pass Into private ownership The appropriation asked for last winter If granted would have put an end to the squandering of the public domain while It would have prevented any need of causing hardship to Indi vidual settlers by holding up their claim However the appropriation was not given us and In consequence It la not poBSjIbla to secure as I would like to secure the natural resources of the pub Ho land from fraud waste and encroachment Bo much for what we are trying to do public forage tho coal and the timber for the public In all four movements my chief adviser and the man first to suggest to mo the coursei which have actually proved so beneficial was Mr Gifford IMnchot the chief of the national forest service Mr Plnchot also suggested to nto a movement supplementary to all of these movements onqWhLrh will Itself lead the way In th general movement WhlChtllliJafLUon of alt our natural resources This was the appointment of lhs Inland waterways commission The Inablllf of the railroads of the United States to weet the demands upon them has drawn public attention waterwayforthat this Is only one of their many orderlYdonlopmenttaking Into account all the services they ore capable of rendering It was upon this ground that the inland wa teovnys commission was recently appointed Their duty Is to propose 4 comprehensive plan for the Improvement and utilization of hose great potrttlalduty Is also to bring together the points of view of all users of streams and to submit a general plan for the development and conservation of the vast natural resources of the waterways of the United bates Clearly It Is Impossible for the waterways com mission to accomplish Us great task without considering the relation of stresms to the conservation and use of all other natural resources and I have asked that It do so Here then for the first time the orderly developemnt and planned conservative use of all our natural resources Is presented as a single problem One by one the Indi vidual tasks In this great problem have already been undertaken One by one In practical fashion the methods of dealing with them were worked out National Irrigation has proved Itself a success by Its actual working Again actual experience has shown that the national forests will fulfill the larger purpose for whleh they were created All who have thoughtfully studied tho subject have come to see that the solu tion of the public lands question lies with the home maker with the settler who lives on his land and that government control of the mineral fuels and the public grazing lends Is necessary and Inevitable Each of these conclusions represented a movement of vast Importance which would confer large benefits upon tbe nation but whleh stood by Itself They are con nected together Into one great funda mental problem that of the con servation of all our natural resources Upon the wise solution of this much of our future obviously depends liven such questions u the regulation of railway rates and the control of cor poration are In reality subsidiary to the primal problem of the preservation In the Interests of the whole people ot the resources that nature has given us H we fall to solve this problem no skill In solving the others will In the end avail us very greatly Now as to the matter of taxation Most great civilized countries have an Income tax and an Inheritance tax In my Judgment both should be part of our system ot federal taxation I speak dltildently about the Income txbecause one scheme tor an Income tax was declared unconstitutional by the supreme court by a five to four vote I and In addition It Is a difficult tax to administer In Its practical workings and great care would have to be exer eked to see that It was not evened by the very man whom It la most de sirable to have taxed for It so evaded It would of course ba worse than no tax at all u the least desirable of all taxes Is the tax whIch boar heavily upon the honest as compared with tin dUhoneet man Neverlbele a graduated Income tax of tbe proper type would be a dolrabl peramnent feature of federal taxation and I still tape that one my be devised which tin supreme court will dolareoenstltut- lonaL Inheritance Tax In my Jodfrmrnt however the In metoilt for the purpose I have In view the purpose of having the swollen fortunes of Uo country beer In proportion to their size a constantly Increasing bur fen of taxation These fortunes exist solely because of the protection given the owners by the public They are a constant source of care and anxiety to the pubHc and It Is eminently just that they should be forced to pay heav ily for the protection given them It- t of course elementary that the nation 1tcu the absolute right to decide as to the terms upon which any man shall receive a bequest or devise from another We have repeatedly placed such laws on our own statute books and they have repeatedly been declared constitutional by the court I believe that the tax should contain the progressive principle Whatever any Individual receives whether by gift bequest or devise In life or la death should after a certain amount In necked be Increasingly burdened and the rate of taxation should be In creased in proportion to the remote ns of blood of the man receiving from the man giving or devising The principle of this prograelv taxation of Inheritance has not only been nu thorlatlvly rooognlsexl by the legisla lion of congress but It Is now un equivocally adopted In the leading civ hued nations of the world In for in static Great Britain Prance and Ger many Switzerland led oft with the Imposition of high progressive rates Great Britain was the first of the great nations to follow suit and within the last few years both France and Ger amny have adopted the principle In Great Ilrltaln all estates worth 55000 or less aro practically exempt from death duties while the Increase Is such that when an estate exceeds J5000000 In value and passes to a dIs- tant kinsman or stranger In blood the government receives nearly IS per cent In Pruned under the progressive system so much of an Inheritance as exceeds 110000000 pays over 10 per cent to the state If It passes to a ills tant relative and five per cent If It passes to a direct heir In Germany very small Inheritance are exempt but the tax is so sharply progressive that an Inheritance not In agricultural or forest lands which exceeds 1250000 If It goes to distant relatives Is taxed at the rate of about lie per cent Tho German law Is of special Interest because It males tljp Inheritance tax tin Imperial measure while allotting to the Individual states of the empire a portion of the proceeds and permit ting them to Impose taxes In addition to those Imposed by the Imperial gov ernment In the United States the national government has more than once Imposed Inheritance taxes In addition to those Imposed by the states and In tho last Instance about onehalf of the states levied such taxes concur rently with tho national government making a combined maximum rate In some cases ns high us 25 per cent and as a matter of fact several states adopted Inheritance tat taws for the first time whllo the national law was still In force and unropeated The French law has one feature which la to be heartily commended The progres sive principle Is so applied that each higher rate Is Imposed only pn the ex cess above the amount subject to the next lower rate This plain Is peculiarly adapted to the working out of the theory of using the Inherit ance tax for the purpose of limiting the size of Inheritable fortunes since the progressive Increase In the rates according tu this mode may be car ried to Its logical conclusion In a maximum rate of nearly 100 per cent for the amount In excess of a specified sum without being con flscatory as to the rest of the inheritance for each increase In rate woul4 apply only to the amount above a utamp nasimum OOOPS OF THE CZAR BlfdOEN NOTTO SPARE BULLETS IN CASE OF DISORDER dtI BREAK OF AGRARIAN RIOTS n Several Regions Anticipated When the Peasantry Learns of tho Dissolution St Petersburg Juno 17Tho dlsso lotion of tho wcond douma was ro colvwl throughout 8t Petersburg with jx rfeot tranquility thanks to the precautionary measures- Domonatratlons among St Petera burg workingmen are anticipated Tho authorities profoea to bo chlehy appre henslvo over tho possibility of rioting and racial excesses In Odessa and Kiev and other cities whore party feeling rimll high An outbreak of agrarian disorders In ecvornl regions of tho omplro Is anticipated later when the Peasantry looms of tho dissolution but a spirit ot quiet confidence In the nhllity of tho government to handle tho situation prevails In administrative circlesThough Don Dracholtsky profoct of police was nominally In charge the provisions for public safety were virtu nlly In tho hands of Gon Hazenkarnpf tho Aide to Grand Duko Nicholas Klch olalovJtch who returned from Kros noye Selo to assume command of the comblnwl garrison Including the guard corps the 37Ui Infantry division n largo torco of cavalry Cossacks and several machine gun dotnchmcnta Tho military was chiefly disposed of In tho Industrial sections but a strong force occupied the Tuurlle palace vi olnlty A portion of the Tzarkuzk regi ment garrisoned the palace while squads of cuirassiers wero stationed In tho courtyards of the adjoining build Ings Not even douma officials were allowed to cjiter tho precincts of tho palace A laconic notice was posted on the gates announcing that former deputies would receive their salaries upon application to tho chancellery Itoporta wore In circulation during tho day that tho worklngmen wero planning a great demonstration In front of the palace but thoy did not ap pear and only occasional sightseers Visited the building Tho offlcor In commend ot tho troops Informed a press representative that he had orders to disperse wlthutit parley and not to spare bullets In case of necessity During the night nine of the 16 so aIR democratic loaders specifically namod in the government Indictment including Prince Tzertzerotolt and M DsJiBparldgo wore taken into custody Th even others succeeded In eluding thoelaborato provisions for their ar restTwo secret service officers with signed warrants had boon assigned to follow each deputy and servo tho war runts as soon as the ukaso was promul Pitied They were Instructed to follow their men to the frontier If necessary lint tho deputies succeeded in making their escape Among thoso who havo not yet been nrroatod aro M Oiel the report of Wlioae capture was unfounded and M Alexlnsky who has not returned to IluMla IMPLORED MEN IN VAIN To Save the Drowning and the Lad Rescued Two Women Bristol Pa Juno 17Aftor vainly inplorlng a number ot men to como to the roscuo Eddie Moran 15 your old shamed Ms elders by plunging Into Nwhamlny creek and saving the Ityea of Mrs niakely of Philadelphia and her mother Mrs Harris A tenyear bid daughter ot Mrs Blakoly was drownedITho two women and the child went out In a canoe Their craft was upset nnd Eddie Moran was attracted by their screams Ho gave on alarm and a number of men ran out on the bank ot the stream but would enter the water at all declaring they could not swim Well If you wcnt help thorn I will declared tho boy and plunging into tho water ho succeeded In bring ing both Mrs Blakely and Mrs Harris ashore Thirty Were Killed London Juno 17A dispatch from Lisbon says that on explosion ot dyne mite at Covlhllo Portugal a manu facturing town killed 20 persons It is believed that the explosion was caused by dismissed workmen who sought vengeance Assassins Victim fecbastopol Juuo 17CoJ Guesse koltsky assistant harbor commandant was shot and killed In the vicinity ot tha docks Tho assassin was arrested Sawmill Destroyed Still water Minn Juno 17Fire destroyed theuD sawmill of Goorgo II Atwood entailing a loss of 150000 Insurance 35000 Bank Wrecked By Safe Blowers fct James Minn Juno 17Tho State bank of BIngham Lake near here was robbed of 15000 In cash Tho cracksmen dynamited tho sale add the forco of tho explosion was so great that tho bank building was blown to pieces i ICar Barns Burned Now York Juno 17l1ro destroyed the car barns of the Now York City Co situated in Madison ave XoBetween 85th anti 86th streets A er nearby residences were i damaged The loss will exceed 200000 I STATE NEWS STEMS U HAT RIM ENCIRCLED HIS NECK And Huffman Was Found Walking Around In a Small Circle Shelbyvllle KyLlge Huffman a tenant on the farm of John Hughes near Hcmprldge while returning with an ax on his shoulder after repairing a fence was struck by lightning on his head and the beard on his face tiud hair on his breast was burped off When found he was walking around In a small circle In a dazed condition with blood flowing freely from his mouth and nose bareheaded with the rim ot his hat around his no k the rest of his bat having been completely burned Tho ground where he had fallen when struck showed signs that ho had rolled over and over for sometime and ho was nearly covered with blood Ho managod to get to the house of his employer and a physician was summoned at once It Is believed that ho will not live GRABBED FOR PISTOL And Champion Promptly Killed the Woman Alto Eddyvllle Ky1111 Champion shot and killed Leo Tracey his brother In law and Grace Browning It la alleged that Tracoy deserted his family and moved to a tent near a timber camp where he was cutting timber Young Champion went to his tent and demanded that he and the Browning woman leave Tracey refused and pulling a revolver tired two shots at Champion Champion was armed and sent a load of buckshot Into Traceys head death being Instan taneousThe woman grabbed for her fallen companions pistol and was In the net of shooting when Champion pumped the other load of the double bprreled gun Into her vitals The young man Is under guard CINCINNATI NEGRO Played Detective Caused Arrests and Is In Hoc Himself Lexington Ky Accepting the posi tion as detective with the Parley Transfer Co hero William Balloy a negro of Cincinnati turned up Archie Morton and Silas Trimble negroes accused of systematically robbing the company of 1000 worth of goods and Is himself arrested on the same charge 7hsn Morton and Trimble learned that Bailey had peached on them they took the detectives to his residence where they found a case of shoos the uegroos said Bailey had stolen De tectives believe that confessions of the negroes will disclose thefts amounting to several thousand dollars Col Watterson Spoke Louisville KyIion Henry Watter son addressed tho negroes of this Eck stein Norton Institution at their com mencement exorcises Mr Wattorson whose health bos been splendid slnco his trip to Egypt was In fine voice The keynotes of Mr Wattorsons address woro the brotherhood of man and the Christian religion as chief factors to ward tho solution of the rocs problem Powers Trial Set For July Lexington Ky Judgo Rollns has appointed a special judge to try Caleb Powers and has notified Judgo James G Sims one of tho attorneys for the defense that he has called a special term of the Scott county circuit court beginning July 29 at which time Powers will be tried- Kentucky Belle Weds Major Hopklnsvllle Ky1aJ O 8 nad ford assistant quartermaster ot the United States marine corps whoso home Is In Philadelphia and Miss Kathcrlne Manson a Kentucky belle wore married hero at tho brides home Rev Wallace Nourse D D officiat lag Clemency Upheld Frankfort KyThe court of ap peals affirmed a life sentence given A B Brlckor of Boyd county for murdering his wife The court says thn Jury was merciful In not Inflicting the death penalty Cantrllls Successor Frankfort lyJIbo democratic com mltteo for the Fifth appollato court district will meet hero to fix the time and place of nominating a candidate to succeed Judge Cantrlll who resigned two weeks ago- Thousand Barrels a Day Barbourvlllo KyTho Now Domain Oil and Gas Co Standard has Just completed a well In tho Cumberland county field which Is gushing 1000 barrels of oil dally The new find Is In an abandoned field Coal Dealers Adjourn Paducah KyAfter a banquet and snicker the annual convention ot retail coal dealers of Kentucky and Ten nessee adjourned finally to meet next year In Knoxvllle Tenn Wealthy Farmer Arrested Lexington KyCharles Rogers a wealthy tamer was arrested hero on tho charge of attacking Ed Ramsey 11 Rogers denies the charge Ramsey has several ribs fractured his spine In jured and liver bruised Rogers was released on bond Near High Bridge Lexington KyA bad wreck on the Cincinnati Soqtbwrailroad was causcifbySthe roaWrrgor axlo o- ta box car in an extra near Hlsh ilcfde m11Qw EerrA hlliWlthU piled up and the road blocked if M ANCIENT LEASE On Valuable Lands Bobs Up amiIThreatens to Cause Trouble Paris KyIn 1878 It is said Dave R McKinney W E McKinney and John McKinney of Clay county Kyv and a Mr Dolllns of Cbvlngton Ky secured leases on several thou sand acres of land fit Menlfecf and Wolfe counties for the purpose of op crating coal mines and oil and gas wells The coal lands of Mcalfco coun ty were worked for a time and them abandoned but the leases held good i as they were to run for 99 years Tho t matter was dropped and the lands so1 i leased from different persons passed Into other hands In some instances and were leased again Drilling for oil and gas was taken up by otherIcompanion and some of the fine gas wells now supplying Lexington ML Sterling and Winchester with natural gas are sold to be on those lands The matter will be taken to the courts In an effort to secure damages for the alleged Infringement on tho lease rights of the hobs John W McKinney is now In Covlngton looking after the matter NEATLY DRESSED Was This Crook Who Was Capturedl Near a Kentucky Town Shelbyvllle KyThe capture of ai crook was effected by local police moat outside of town He had in his posses stop all the paraphernalia of his class including five saws bottle of acid for metal and bar of soap a flno automatic plEtol 50 rounds of ammunition and very large twobladed knife Ho gave his name as Edward Carter That he has been operating In Cincinnati Is shown by a pawn ticket dated Juno C for 440 marked Crown Loan offices of Cincinnati When found he Wilt by the side of tho state pike with a fine bay marc That the animal her longs to him seems hardly credible The local authorities believe that he Is the man who murdered Sheriff liar rls out west He had 1567 In cash He was neatly dressed ACCUSED HER HUSBANDe Of Attacking White Girl and Ho Nar newly Escaped Lynching Lexington KyTo even up an old score with her husband Burnis Young a negro his wife Matilda went to the residence of Nimrod Coborn a promI- nent farmer of Bath county and ac cured her husband of attempting to assault Coborns 12yearold daughter Carrie Young was arrested an hour later by the sheriff and narrowly es caped lynching at the hands of an gered citizens Tho child denies the accusation made against tho culprit but on account of the source from which It came credence is put in It There ore two negroes in Jail at Ow Ingsvllle charged with criminal assault Minister Receives a Flogging Fulton KyRev Frank Morton Hawloy pastor of tho First Presbyte rian church and a most highly re epcctcd divine of this city was horsewhipped by W W Meadows a lead ing capitalist and driven from tho city under threats of death The flogging which has created the most profound sensation ever known in Fultons his tory canto as an aftermath to tho di vorce suit of Mrs Meadows who but a few days ago filed a petition for dlcvorce slinging cruelty Blackburn on Panama Lexington KyFrom Panama for mer Senator Joe C S Blackburn writes to Daniel M Bowmar of Ver sallies that no place has been more slandered than the Isthmus for it l3i not hotter there he says than In Kentucky Ho Is at Ancon where swamps sro unknown Under the reorganiza tion of the commission Senator Black burn has charge of the civil adminis tration In the canal zone Ho contem plates a visit to Kentucky this fall Tobacco Planters Beaten Hopklnsvllle KyA party of forty horsemen rode into Laroasco Lyon county and going to the homo of Ed ward Hall an independent tobacco grower shot Into tho house ThWrald ers took Hall and his two sons out and brutally whipped them then warning the farmers to raise no more tobacco the raiders left Killed By Lightning Cynthlana Ky Arthur Broughton former was found dead on the banks of the Licking rlvor near Robinson lie had been struck by lightning during the electrical storm which passed over this county Goes to Central Lexington KyDr George A Ram sey of this city former president ot Sayro Institute was appointed to flU the chair of education nt Central uni versity at Danville Ho Ix u widely known educator Would Rather Play Louisville KyL R McCubbln of 213 2Gth street Informed the police do partment that his bride IB whllo baking a cake had suddenly loft tho house and subsequontly he ascertained that she had told a friend that site would rather play thin to keep bouts Fell From a Raft PidntavllleKyScott Wolls of Floyd county was drowned In thuD Sandy river threo miles above Iroa tonbu uUomptlngQ tlea lopsa rrrt Il1eTJYWu rrlfTievotI miles below r- Y1r r 9 n oeoeoooooooeooooeooooooooeoeooool Correspondencej f I o o o la sot tot publication bat M II erMinee of good filth Write plainly a eU- t oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo MADISON COUNTY IIIO IIIII Juno 12 Maude and Tavie flirt are visiting friends this week In Jackson county near Kerby Knob Mr Jes slo Ncaly recently purchased a house r a and lot from Pet Carpenter Mr Car penter has purchased some land from Mr Stephen GreenMr and Mrs T J MoKeohan spent Sunday of las week with Mr and Mrs J H Wll 60nN01e Alexander of Hugh Ky who has been very low with pneumon la fever Is able to be out agaln Misses Debbie and Gracie Coyle of Mt Sterling Ky and Mrs C M Green of Corbin Iy spent a few hours with friends and relatives at the Be rea Commencement Mr and Mrs J H Wilson visited Mr and Mrs Mack Maupin Sunday Mrs Liz Louis re cently sold a boundary of timber to the Cooperage Company of Richmond Ky for 10001198 Flora Green spent a few days of last week with Miss Lyda Crlscillls near Lancaster Ky and enjoyed her visit very much Miss Bessie Roberts of Lafollette Tenn visited Miss Ettie Azblll at this place Sunday night A Chlldrenf Day will be held at the Narrow Gap Schoolhouse Sunday June 16th JACKSON COUNTY OWN Juno 10Qulte a number from this vicinity attended church at Annvllle SundayMrs Susan Gabbard visited her daughter Mrs Geo King Tues day Mrs O King has been sick for a few days but Is Improving somewhat Muss Ettie Medlock was the guest of her friend Miss Alice Baker Tuesday evening Mrs Charley Amyx of Ann vlllo and Miss Mattie Frost of Maul den were callers at Dan Medlocks on Monday eveningMiss Ida King visit ed her cousin Cora King Sunday EVKIIOIIBEX June 1GRev Jim Luns preached at Pine Grove SundayThomas E Jones Willie Hellard Bill Amyx T C Rose Abe and Ess Griffon seined Whit Roses mill pond last Tuesday and caught a tine lot of lshJod Oal lahan of Hamilton Ohio Is paying his brother on Horso Lick a visit this week Mr John Martin was at Mary Jane Griffons Wednesday evening on business John Smith says he wants to get thru planting corn by the first of JtilyMr L B Martin says ties are not to bo had when mules have to eat out of a green manger JIUOU June 17Mlsa China Hudson and Dora and Vernon Ely who have been attending school at Berea have come home Mr and Mrs J S Parks were the guests of Mr and Mr Reuboa Swinford of Big Hill Sunday after noon Mr Curtis Bongo and Mr J A Lane were the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Benge Saturday night Miss Gracie Parks visited Miss Dora Ely on Monday night Mr J A Park has purchased a horse Mr and Mrs Geo Benge were the guests of Mr Melvin Azbill and wife Saturday night Miss Maggie Benge Dora Ely and Beatrice Hale were the guests of Miss Gracie Parks SundayFrances Az bill Ellen Bicknell Anna Isaacs and Maggie Bengo were the guests of Mrs Margaret Benge Thursday night Mr and Mrs Joe Alexander gave the youn people a singing Saturday night They report a tine UmeMr Norris Al exander has been visiting his uncle Ed Alexander of Dreyfus for the past weekMrs Tom Click was the guest of Mrs Belle Parks Saturday OKAY HAWK June 16J lit Judd Is visiting friends at Covlngton Ky this wee- kJ F Hays Tincher and others were called to attend Squire Davlsons court at Welchburg yesterday Mr Green Hellard says he Is going to quit farming and going Into the ratkilling business Born to Mr and Mrs E D Begley a fine girl on the 8th Wm Hays made a business trip to R P Welchs for W R Engle Wednes dayGeo Tincher and family vis- Ited relatives In Owsley county last weekGeo Adklns Is employed by E N Begley making ties Hiram Turner has gone into the tie business H J Johnson of Dry Ridge was appointed road overseer Our Sunday school conducted by Rev Thos Turn er is progressing nicely Char ley Simpson was the welcome guest of Mr Frank Moore Friday James Preston Adkins the blacksmith vis ited John Johnson of Welchburg last weekHarrlson Parretts doghouse fell In last Tuesday night killing six of his nlco dogs TttAVEIXEIlS REST June 14 People are mostlyall over their corn the first tlmoMary and Bufcrd BarKerreturiied TrOmTJef where they have been In school Yes ta Roberts was visiting at this place Palmer Scott and Bob Botner depart Saturday Maggie Minter of Stanton J J eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosoeosoeoeIcy J G Rowlett the agent for The Citizen Is doing a hustling business Walter Newman Is very poorly with consumption Mrs Dose Botner Is on the sick list this weekMrs Jackie Smith is visiting Mr and Mrs Bose Botner this week Abbte and Carrie Isaacs wore visiting Matilda Scott this week Zach and Emily Wilson were visiting Nora and Celbort Row lett Saturday and SundayUncle Den Botner Is all smiles of late We cant tell why It is unless It Is an Increase In his pension J R Rowlett is very poorly at this writing Mr and Mrs Bose Botnor were In Boonevllle Sat urday on business Emma Dalton vis- Ited Fannie Scott Sunday Hoberi Scott visited Otis leases Saturday and Sunday Ermina Botner who has been poorly for some time Is able to be about again Sid Candell had apart of water mill washed out Satur day evening Henry Rowlett vlsite Palmer Scott Monday evening J B Rowlett Is out blacksmlthlng again for Hamilton Ohio Monday Corn Is 90 cents per bushel and still advanc IngWe are still having plenty ol Sturgeonrhotogrnpher made a group of pictures for the boys iiunLEV June 14 Minnie and Eva Johnson and Sltha Angel were the guests of Nannie Gabbard Sunday afternoon Mrs Louisa Gabbard visited her sis terinlaw Mrs Elizabeth McCollum on Hooten Creek TuesdayDrummer Medlock of near Annvllle passed thru here Thursday on his way to McKee and Birch Lick Isaac Stevens while hoeing com In his field last week kill ed a largo copperhead and rattlesnake Riley and Grover Gabbard will vis It friends at Parrot Saturday and Sun day next Sltha Angel and Maggie Sparks were shopping at W M HuN leys last week Because of so much wet weather farmers are behind with their crops Rtv W M Anderson of Gray Hawk filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday A very large crowd was present Unete Wee ley Gabbard Is still no betterW F Isaacs of near Egypt visited his daugh ter Mrs Klirle Hurley of this place Saturday and Sunday Drummer Lear paid the postmaster at Hurley a pleas ant call Sunday lost Mr and Mrs D B ManIs of Birch Lick took din ner with Mr and Jin Palestine Gab bard Sunday SAM GAP June iLJohn R Kerby and family of Clover Bottom visited J R Dur ham and family Sunday Janes end Willie Johnson are thinking of going to Colorado on account oflll health China the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jno Johnson Is very sick with spinal trouble Dr Baker Is attending her Lewis McGuIre of Clover Dot tom Is reported to be very IIISever al of this place are attending the convention at McKee today Edward Durham and wife of Narrow Flat are visiting relatives at Wind CaveMr Sherman Durham and wife visited relatives at Fort Riddle Sunday and went strawberrylng Strawberries are very plentiful at Fort Riddle Mr J F Dean passed thru here this morning en route to McKeeWalker MoFar land of Dry Fork visited C S Durham of Bachelors Rest Wednes dayA Farmers Conference was held at Bachelors Rest last week C S Durham was general manager David Durham and family are visiting rela tives at Noahs Ark and Jamestown MIDDLE IOItK June 13Mrs Letha Tussey visited her son Joe of near Indian Creek Saturday and SundayRobert Baker and wife are planning to go to Ham ilton Ohio In the near future Mrs Edna Tussoy visited her mother Mrs Mary Latham of Livingston from Fri day until Sunday The Sunday school at this place is getting along nicely Benjamin Tussey attended church at Letter Box Sunday Elijah and Wes ley Angel took a load of ties to the switch Tuesday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UOONE June 17Mr Jesse Wren returned to East Bernstadt yesterday where he is engaged as brakeman on a train Quite a large number of young peo ple visited at Mr Joe Leavetts Sun dayMr Wesley Lambert and son went to Berea Saturday on business Mrs Mary Wren and Mrs Daisy Lam bert were the guests of Mrs Mattle Coyle last Sunday Mr W M Smith and family expect to live in Derea some time ROOKFOnD June 17W H Stephens had a nice colt die last YeekMr and Mrs IL Br Bullen visited JMBullcn Sat urday night Missy Irgia Martin vIs- Ited her cousin Miss n R Todd Sat urday and Sunday last Mr John Llnvllle and family visited Mr and Mrs D G Waddle SundayI Mr T C Vlars and Beulah visited Mr and Mrsl J E Dalton of Berea Saturday and Sunday ESTILL COUNTY WAO EUS ILL June 16Miss Fan Wagers Messrs Ambrose Wilson and Ambrose Wagers spent Sunday with Vernon and Retha Bcrlvner Is visiting relatives in Ir Wagers were In Irvine Wednesday vieIMisses Mamie T and Mary Wilson were the guests of Misses Ella and I Maude Park Sunday lost Miss Nettl Scrlvner Is visiting relatives In Irvine this weekJ L Scrlvner went to Richmond Wednesday to tree Dr Gibson Misses Nettle Grace and Kathryn Wagers Sophia Wilson Mos err Willie and John Wilson and Frank Congleton were the guests of Miss Flora Arvlnc Sunday Miss Nettle Kldwoll is visiting Miss Grace Wagers this week Hume Wagers came home Tuesday after a ten days visit In Madison Mrs Joe l dwell visited her sister Miss Laura Rogers on Dee Creek Wednesday Mr Charley Brandenburg of noor Kirksrllle Is in this community buying hogs LOCUST IIHAXCII Juno 16Tho farmers are getting behind with their crops on account of so much rain The Beaver Pond Church Is hoping to get a minister for themselves J M Kindred has his cOI1manof Ford Ky have returned to their home after a weeks visit with Mrs Kindreds sister Mrs Bee Revis and family Miss Frankie Revls Is stay Ing with her sister Mrs Jeff Gentry Misses Alma Logsdon and Mauda Liz Willis of Jinks called on Sallle I Kindred Monday evening Burnlce marIJoy and prosperity through lItelIr Millard Jenkins and Mtos Hester Bete of Jinks were married June the 6th The beet wishes of all are with thorn Mr Chas Oliver and family attend ed the wedding of his brother and Miss Hide Dftrid Kindred and his cousin Norman Kindred made a fly Ing trip to Richmond last Friday Several of this place attended Com mencement at Berea and all say they enjoyed themselves Broaddua male is quite alekMr and Mrs Jaa Btoknell vtolted Mr Bleknells bro ther Mr John Bicknell Saturday Mr Curtis Gentry and family have gone to Oklahoma to make their home We wlah them suecerMel- vin Kindred IB assisting J W Patrick on J M Kindreds toll house Mr Wm Kindred of Ford has been visit Ing relatives here- BREATHITT COUNTY ATIIOL IJune 11The farmers of this place are behind with their work on ForklRiverseveral ties are being run to this placeThe new Sunday school which I was organized at Mill Branch In hav ing a large attendance Mr W M Bowman who has been In Berea for the past nine months returned home Thursday Ho thinks there is no place like Berea Rev C E Taylor preached at Lyrnons Creek last Sun day There was a good crowd pre sentMrs Rachel Ktlfurn has been on the sick list for the past few weeks Love of Country- In the last days of the Confederacy eneral Longstreet observed a soldier n tattered clothing standing In mud tad a beating rain during a temporary salt of the column The qpldlcr was ollloqulzlng for the benefit of the by standers I lovo my country he said I could dlo for my country Breathes there a man with soul so dead who to blmself bath never said This is my wn my native nndr But If lever lo get through with this warIt I do set through sure enough Ill be damn Id If I ever fall In love with another onntryf Courage Love a Lofty Path I am encouraged by these things with which you think to scare me I long o Btand where the Sun himself trem lIes to stand It Is the part of grovel rs and cowards to follow the safe rack Courage loves a lofty path Seneca Dna Like Her A largo touring automobile contain tng a man and his wife In a narrow road met a hay wagon fully loaded be woman declared that the canner oust back out but her husband eon ended that she was unreasonable But you cant back the automobile to far she said and I dontIntend 0 move for anybody Ho should have teen us- The husband pointed out that this was Impossible owing to an abrupt turn in the road 5 I I dont care she Insisted I wonl sieve If we iiavo to stay hero all Jght The man In the automobile was start ig to argue the matter when the farm ir who had been sitting quietly on the lay Interrupted Never mind sir he exclaimed Ill try to back out Ive got one just like i er at home Philadelphia Ledger WAR BREAKS OUT Central American States Engaged In Long Threatened Struggle Mexico City Juno 13 Salvador with a force of regular troops ester day defeated a body of revolutionists of Nicaragua who Tuesday captured the port of Acajutla and who later attempted to move on tho Salvodorcar capital The Invading forces were driven back to Acajutla and are now making a stand there I Mexico City Juno 12 Hostilities have broken out in Central America Nicaragua and Salvador are at war A force of Nicaraguans assisted by Salvadorean revolutionists captured the port of Acajutla Salvador yesterday Tho Nicaraguans on board tho gun boat Momotombo bombarded tho fort and then landed troop The town Is now In the hands of the Nicaraguan general Manuel Rivas Intense ex citement prevails It is believed the objective of the oxpedltlon is the port of San Jose do Guatemala and that President Zelaya of Nicaragua has declared war against Guatemala It Is thought that the bombardment of Acajutla Is tho beginning of the groat struggle In Central America which has been so long brooding Aca jutla is but a few hours distant from the port of San Jose de Guatemala and it is believed that this Is Zelayas objective point In case tills supposi don proves true President Estrada Cabrera of Guatemala and President Flgueroa of Salvador will have to fight foes both from within and without torn strong revolutionary party will help the Nicaraguans In each of those re publloo The Yorktown Job San Salvador Juno lliTho United States gunboat now off this coast is expected to capture as a pirate the Nicaraguan gunboat Momotombo which landed filibusters on Salvadorean territory whore they wore defeated President Zelaya of Nicaragua Is said to have sent other vessels to land troops In this republic but thoy did not accomplish their mis sion as the coast Is well guarded by Salvadorean troops- Telegraphers May Strike Chicago June 17 Fifteen hundred telegraph operators members of tho Commercial Telegraphers union at a mooting hore Sunday afternoon voted to support the president sad executive committee of this organisation In any measures they deem neeeseary to bring about an adjustment of the operators grievances A 16000 strike fund was voted Representatives of the Order of Railway Telegraphers as sured the commercial operators of the support and sympathy of individual members of the railway union but took no official action Deadly Affray Over Whisky Beattjrvllie Ky June 17At Lee Rote Owsley county four miles from Boonevllle a drunken row oeourred Sunday afternoon in which Tom Wil son and Wiley Howling were Instantly killed and Henry Caudell and William Long were fatally wounded The fight came up over some whisky All parties are prominent in the mountain farallle of Retell county John Bstap has been arrested Wilson was at ono time town marshal of Jackson Ky and Irvine Ky Court Assumes Responsibility Concord N IL June 11 Following the argument of the attorneys In the- case of Mrs Mary Baker Eddy Judge Chamberlin announced that In his mind there was no doubt of his respon Iblllty to determine the competency- or incompetenoy of Mrs Eddy to manage her estate and that ho should appoint a master to determine the question as soon as evidence could be prepared for submission Norway Gives Women the Ballot Chrlitlnnla June lSThe Norwegian parliament rejected 73 to 47 tho bill providing universal suffrage for women but adopted 96 to 26 a bill granting tho franchise to all women twentyfive years of ago taxed on an Income enjoyed by herself or husband It the Income Is 113 In cities and 184- in the country It creates a total of 300000 women voters Ransom Demanded for Child New Orleans June 11Slx thou sand dollars has been demanded as ransom for eightyearold Walter La mans son of a welltodo Italian undertaker The boy disappeared two days ago and the police have vainly searched for him The demand for ransom money In a letter signed Black Hand was their first clue Explorers Horrid Fate Demo Switzerland June 18The dvernment has received Information- of the murder in the Hinterland of Liberia of Walter Volz the wellknown Swiss explorer Volz was captured by natives fettered and imprisoned In a- hut In which he was burned alive A portion of his charred body was recovered by a searching party Fatal Automobile Accident Indianapolis June 12Mrs Thomas W Love and Mrs Emma Gordon were killed and J F Helm Muss Fay Helm and Mrs Bcarlllas Kester seriously Injured last evening when an auto nolble In which they were riding was struck by a Broad Ripple traction carat the Thirtyeighth street crossing Old Cuban Patriot Dead Havana June 17 Bartolomeo- aso president of Cuba during the ten years war and a candidate against romas Estrada Palma In 1902 Is dead THE CITIZEN Berea Ky TO NKW 1UIKNDS The Cltlwn went roil for a lubwrtber H you had been rending It a few months you rearyouII we you a 76 vein 1Uf pAper one year for slat Or U you win and us rle we wilt sent yeu the book The ltoplf of Kvntneky by Wm IIliany and the Cttlren or one peer Tile of this honk atone li tlJtt Or we wilt tenil the Ifo of Ohrtll teilai nf Xncnrrllt bjr Dr Wm E lUtton 1111 took wlih ov ref0 ptoturw which would emt you MW at book store thie large wUllfllllr bound book we mall to all new tutoll4rlr to TheCltkenan scud ThuCitizen oueynrloronty1175 The petagealoneonthtebook costa us ee cents TO OLD VIIIRYlS We expect to keep on taking The CltUcit btauiie rou like It ao wall became rot cant ilo without It Hut as om of our old frleaila My We haw new hail any of thou flue pfrmlumi are Riving to new wberlbrryou ought tlet na hire a ebanee at them to we give old lubterlben who pay tor a year ahed nay time Iwhr thrlr nul rrlillmi run out or nut morn tlinn ono mmitli utter II rum out OM upy ol The Uootl News In Pong ana Story free Thta It a pretty wall bourn book of W IKUW nmUluIn the Nw Testament laulhor1 l of the IJetlltnowD awl fleet goer lImn Uwcular eons for home au l and patriotic ocoutoii out over thirty KTlH r MtnUon eipee tally Rood for pomen or retponilve reading In home or churob Or II VII want la get one ol the pnrettates we offer to aew suberlbn end tila If you want the knife lUll II you want The Mountain People of Keatueky or fI9a If you want Iliutoaa Lite ef Christ IIOV TO 1 AY run Till CITIZlUt The al The CttlMn is tUG a OIr In advance W eau far six mouths aera fie eenN- fortkIyentealkL Have a dwelt on a bask wa money ord tiltrt tH8e wade out to trH Ky or seed the Maoey In a retlalefaJ letter mil In other ways It star be lat WII1W YOUU TIJIH IIDNS OUT Ifym wtU took at Ute ddrtnon year paper ItMlf Oren MM paper to which It to wrapped yea wilt see Maw a dM prtHted like 1 JULY 91 topahl 1 or frater date ItWthe paper1t renewalblunt sashMM I A to Iod him tbM hU UM ta ost ssJ Mre him Ume la cllltC M hb tW next ser Hut no ese fleet to wait for Jhu After rwi her etkMMwy tor amen yeer M I Utr on ytsur la WOTWH MI a T a Vi JIll Is that guess we ItKTV IBWVIIIU your mwy- threewekeowesea54oatwhatIticreaut t not efcuKjeil I4t M write M fter two K HOW IT WAS DONE Pennsylvania State House Graft Was Easily Secured Harrisburtr Pa June 17110wJ- ohn II Sanderson of Philadelphia eel looted 000000 from the slate for furnishing and equipping tho new oap Itol under his per foot and per pound contract with the board of public grounds and buildings was told to the InreatlgaUon ootnailMkH In the report of tho committee auditors Tho report says that elaborately trimmed desks for the heads of departments were charged at UGS each while plain desks for clerks were billed as high as fSlOJO Saaderwn billed elgUiythree solos to the stAt at 1840 per toot or USOf each Aeoordtng to the report the oxeeM tutrgea on the sofas WM wore than lioooe The overcharge on nine wardrobes for which the state paid 1017 WM more than 100 per oent for ISC clothes trees Sanderson collected J6r JW The auditors report that they should not have coat more than 1 M67K The average charge for MS Bto la WM ML90 cecIl Only two deMise instead of eaves were fur oiehed It wan shown that the oMtntot price for carpet WM altered from UM to ISJS per foot wiliest authority trout the board LOGS ON RAMPAGE Largest Gorge Ever Known In Welt Virginia Tears Things Loose lltntttogton W Va Joe ITover 700000 HW loge valved at 1000000 the largest gorge of timber ever known IR West Virginia streams broke two miles up the CtayandoUe river and practically swept out every thing In the river that came In IU path Booms fleets of timber small graft of every description were carried down A largo Iron bridge acme the mouth of the Quyaadoite river valued at 71000 was destroyed and five itone piers built Into the rlvor to pro teat tho boom of tho auyandatto tim ber company wore swept away For two hours the timber passed this city 10 thick that peoplo could havo walked from shore to shore Numerous steamboats hurried down tho rlvor ahead ot the gorge and blew distress whistles to warn the people along the way BOYS REMARKABLESTORY Pennsylvania Lad Held In Subjection by Tramp for a Year North Baltimore 0 June 17lIcr bert Sinclair the eleven year old son of a resident of Tyrone Pa was captured after a years abduction If tho story the boy tells Is true Ho said ho was taken by a tramp who made him a vagabond until ho was taken into a home in McVeytown Pa Ho was shortly stolen from this place and has been moving about the country ever since Tho rescue of the child was brought about under peculiar circumstances Uo was walking down tho tracks with his alleged abductors who were un mercifully beating him The sheriff was notified and the arrest of tho party followed Money Green with Age Columbia S C Juno 17Mlss Sallie Gibson whom Rufus Williams con fessed to having assaulted and robbed of 61000 at San Antonia Tex Is said to have possessed considerable money jot numr months ago sjio i tlponil In a balk lisle ahn 000 most of which was In gold ris green with age Williams ws Miss Qlbeosie balnoM maMcor lately Mice Gibson disposed of all her prop arty here Action Suspended Waehlngton Jun 17In tint ease of seizure at IxiuUvtile Ky sons days am of SnO barnln of whltkry ajr the ground that colurlnt mar btH been added tc M while In Hand v fore Commissioner Ccntr of V in r leraal revenue bureau mi the rqueet- of the owners has directed a i iiH n slea ot action under the Mlcurc until Jane n when he will give a besting to oonaeel OH the qu ration involved Pioneer In Hit Field ClBetnnall June 1iVlee Prfiiltent J M Graham of the rte ralrnad- bead of the engineering departmm has bad ooaferrrd upon him by his alma hmater the Kentucky tats col leta the honorary doaree of Dotor of Mntlneerlag aa a plon ner In the flrtd of trade redaction with a vlrw of In- eoaalag train load and reducing op orating expenses Tebaeee a Neeenlty Waehlnalon Jun 17The govern meat oCdally declares tobacco to Im not A Iwtery but a nCeesryIn ad etelon by the romptniilcr of tho hens Mry TINt question a rue thorn h A number of laborers rm ployed fur tho eonetraetlon of the Panama canal v had been held In quarantine dcmaiil Ing tobacoo during there conBnomrur No Wedding Bells for Him Park Juno IicardInal tHot arehbtahop of Bordeaux hall 4ecdrd- to BUppreee church services in several ooMMwaea of bb diocese tx raiMe the mtmldpel authorities ordered church boll rung for oivll marriages and funeral C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B It Robinson All calls promptly attended to night sod day Telephone No 4 IWirra Kjr Dr W G BEST DENTIST 0CITY 1IIONB 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE SeR BAKER DENTIST 4Ornce IOYer Printing Offlcr BERET tY i mrn Iiourm from n too City Ilioiin 1S3 Teeth citracttd without pclo Somnofomie s HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Ofllce over rOIPOm1bunClI1J3 Wnrehouio writ of Depot Stool Rooting Cheaper Than Ever Eaves Trough tf loss than Old Price on 1111 r I III I II fI I I dtt1iIII 114HFFhi OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio r This college was orgaaizeiTia 1845 and the 02nd Annual Session begins October lot 1009 This is the first Dental Col logo established the West It is coeducational and has a modernI II I I IIIIII II JI I I II I HJrJe rill I