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Y4 gorBEREA PUBLISHINO CO e pnouarosTaiST- ANLIY non Manager- IRntatdatMtaeAaathntaliymiaan4 otI rnaanarkr ooeIX Fire cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 20 1C08 One Dollar a year No 3 I NEWS Of THE WEEK Business Getting Better Morse MAY Toll Secrets Ohio River on the Rampage MILLS OPENING UPTlncro Is strong cvldsnco that the times arc getting bettor In tho fast that many mule In different parU of the coun try which gore clwtd during tho hard times are opening up Tho New York Evening Journal which stands for tho laboring men of tho country oatlmatoa that over fifty thousand men have boon put to work within n week This Is the Lest proof possible that the hard times are over MORSE ARRESTED a W Morse tho banker who fled to Huropo1 after his failure and Indictments returned on learning tho nature of tho charge gainst him and threatens to make scuratlonal revelations regarding tho rind ot finance that led to the recent panic He way arrested on arriving home DIG 01110 FLOOD The open weather of tho last week has caused one of the worst flood tho Ohio river has had In years All Coal traffic has been suspended and there has been great suffering along tho river front The Ice gorges going out have caused groat damages nnd the danger Is far from being over DEFENDS TILE NAVYAt the request of tho President Admiral Converse has prepared a long defense of the Navy lie takes up tho recent charges shows that most of them arc based on Ignorance and dcclaM that for lU size tho Navy is the Lett in the world NO TROUBLE WITH JAPAN Baron agora Takahlra the now Japanese Ambassador has reached Washington and says there Is no danger of war and that tho Jape have nothing against us MORB PAY FOIl SOLDIBRS Tbo Army Appropriation Bill has boon reported to tho lower House of CongreM with a provision for higher pay for the enlisted men WEDS A DUKM MlM Theodora Shonts daughter ot tho former chair man of tho Panama Canal Commis sion was married Saturday to thin Duo da Chaulnos PRECIOUS METALS AT PANAMA Onll containing gold silver and copper have been found In the fa moue Culcbra cut at Panama INDICTS EXGOVERNOR Tho Grand Jury in Now York has In dicted oxGov Vorhccs of New Jersey on a charge ot submitting per to tho Insurance Commissioner If tho charge can bo proved Mr Vor hoes ought to get the limit ot the law for thcro Is no meAner form ot swindling than that ot stealing tho money men lay up for the use of their widows and orphans FIRE CHIEF KILLED Deputy Fire Chief Kruger of Now York one of tho beat fire fighters In tho world died at tho head of his men in n bad tiro there moat week In a Ito place like New York where tho 1 houses all touch each other faro Is I n terrible danger nnd tho men that tight It are trained cud organized like soldiers and do as fine work FLEET GOING NORTH Tho great American fleet has paused around tlm end of South America nnd Is now on Its way north It sailed past Valparaiso Chill last Friday but did not anchor Tho ships merely went Into the harbor to bu reviewed by tho president of tho country then went on CLYCONE IN SOUTmA clycono passed over Tyler Tex Friday morn Ing destroying a dozen houses and killing four people Many others were Injured Six people wore killed by a torando which destroyed Moss vlllo and two other villages In Miss issippi BIG AUTO RACESix automobiles started from tho Times square Now York at 1115 n m Wednes day on tho race to Paris by tho way of Boring ntralts The departure was witnessed by n great throng of people AFTER CROOKED RANKERS Gov Hughes of Now York Is planning to appoint n commission to Investigate tho crooked bankprs and trusts of tho state and recommend legislation to curb them V II 0 0e THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the IMIouirLteiirL People IIVol Insurancecenton I PRAISEJETING Colored Friends of Dorta College Meet to Give Thanks fr Carnegies0 GlftefS2OO000 A protect meeting over the gift by Andrew Carnegie of 200000 for a colored school was held in the Glade Baptist Colored Church last Sunday by tho colored people of llama and vicinity It was provided over by Mr Cronslmw and after listening to speeches about tho subject adopted resolutions of thanks to Pros Frost for his efforts In behalf of tho colored people Tim meeting was in response to a call by Mr and Mrs Cronslmw The first speaker was Supt Russell of the colored public schools of Rich mond Ho spoke tenderly of tho old days and tho old workers hero and praised Mr Carnegie and Pros Frost who ho said was under Provldonco chiefly responsible for scouring the gift This was tho goy note of tho meet ing Mr Flack a prominent colored citizen of Taint Lick and a former student spoke tilo of the reports among somo that tho present admin Utratlon of tho college was not loyal to tho race but said that ho waa convinced that the man who had at personal discomfort and loss to himself secured this gift was surely n friend of the race Miss Robinson assured tho colored people that all their friends In tho college were not lying on Cemetery Hill and urged them to show their appreciation of tho gift by the good use they would make of it Prof DInsmoro referred to tho work InMississippi of Pros Battle n Dcrca boy and hoped that Kentucky negroes would do their part as wjjl Ha urged prosperoua negroeg to get out of tho class of receivers and place themselves among tho givers and to send their chlidrnn to the school no matter whore it might bo located Mr Osbarno reviewed too History Wtho school MrWhlt taker of Richmond spoke eloquently of what Dorm line done for his race and of tho efforts of Prea Frost Mr Simpson of this county told what tho Bohool had dono for his children and expressed his faith In Prea Frost nUll Mr Farrla n white haired negro did the same after telling a little of tho old slavery days In all thoMo tributes the trustees of tho college wore remembered Letters of greeting woro njad from Dr Hand Mrs Rogers and many oth ers and resolutions of thanks to Pres Frost worn adopted by a rising vote Alfred Titus voting alone against them It was a great meeting and one long to be remembered and tho whole proceedings were marked by enthusiasm and showed that whatev er distrust there has been of the col lege Is wearing away Ono effort was made to revive this distrust It was by Alfred Titus who started to accuse tho college of thin various things which have long since been disproved but was hissed by his Own race and called down by tho chairman STATE COMMITTEE MEETS The Republican Stater Committee has called the state convention to oloct delegates to tho National Con vention to moot In Louisville on May C The county conventions will bo held April 25 and tho precinct conventions on May 2 The meeting of tho committee wag one of the best attended over held Tho only other business ot Importance was tho giving out of n statement showing that eleven ot tho members of the com mlttoo are for Secretary Taft This Is a large majority of thecommittee THINGS TO THINK OF Arguing with a fool is only aug menting folly Every Sunday prayer waits for a Monday amen CHOKE ON DRYj BONES Thero aro lots of people who worry themselves a good deal about the mysteries the hidden things the ab ctruso doctrines of Holy Writ Not unfrequently they eschew tho nutrl tive Ilfoglvlng meat and choke themselves over tho dry hones of dogma Our Country for December If you have something you want to- ebll tell about It If you want to buy something ask for It Advertising does both in tho cheapest and best way e IS HONESTY GOING One of Kentuckys dearest boasts has always been the honesty of her sons When there have been charges of lawlessness moonshining shooting and other evils Kentuckians have always proudly replied that at least they were men of their word in old state and that no dishonesty was endured Many a man has died because he has used the word top freely and many a man has smarted under the contempt of the community when he has been suspected of even small thefts And now there is danger that a whole party will show itself both a thief and a liar The Republican party won in the last election on a platform which pledged it to a county unit billof the kindnow before the state legislature Every man who foundsuccess on that ticket as well as the party itself is bound in honor by the speeches made from every stump by everything that should bind an honest man to keep that pledge to the people of the state and workwith all his might for that bill Not to do so will be to break his word and to accept the office which he holds from the people and the moneywhich they arc paying him under false That is theft Whether he believes in the bill orj not every Republican was elected on a promise that he would work for it and Every Republican who shall 4fail to carry out this promise will show himself liar Every Republican who shall fail to carry out this promise will show himself thief Every Republican who shall fail to carryout this promise will show himself an enemy oj temperance of pure homes of clean lives of law and order and fan decencyEvery Republican who shall fail to carry out this promise will show that he is notfit to hold office in this state that he is notfit to live among honest and lawabid citixens and that he deserves th contempt and condem nation of the men he has lied to and deceived Every Republican who shall fail to carry out this promise will deserve all the punishment that his neigh bors can lawfully give him and should never be trusted againNow everyone knows that these are facts There is a danger tho that some will forget them and sill their souls lor one brignfmess of pettagethc senatorship The Citizen has not believed and does not believe that there will be enough such men found to make the deal go thru but the fact that some of the Republicans have talked all the time about the final election of Bradley shows there is danger The Citizen feels that the time has come to say something- Of course there will be no Republican votes cast against the bill The sneaks that are trying to run this deal thru are too smooth The plan is this If the Re publicans will give votes to send the bill to the Statutes Committee a committee which is hostile to the bill and will save the legislature the work of killing it then the Democrats will vote with the Republicans in certain contest cases and give them enough voles to elect the Senator Then afterwards they will vote against the Republicans in other contest cases so that the Democrats will have control of the legislature the rest of the time This plan shows that the men that are doing this know they are stealing They do not dare vote against the bill but they have got this plan cooked up to kill it another way Vatchevery vote on the bill andsee that no one you have voted for breaks his word to you There is no need to say that there could be no greater disgrace to the Republican party than such a deal nor any greater disgrace to any man than to take the Sen atorship in such a way It would mean the doom of the party in this state for years for it would have broken its contract with the people and would not be trusted again till they had forgotten But The Citizen would like to plead once more for the thing it asked four weeks ago that a deal be made with the good Demo crats and that in return for good laws whichshould stand to the credit and not the disgrace of the party a good Democrat should be sent to the Senate There is no good reason against the plan FLOYD ROBINSON DEAD Tho entire community waa sad dened last Friday by tho news of tho death tho night before ot Floyd Robinson tho 15year old son of our popular postmaster EL Robinson from meningitis Ho had been 111 since Tuesday morning but fought bravely against tho painful disease and there was at one time great hope that ho would recover Everything possible was done for him and a new medicine or serum was sent from Now York but camo too late to use for him Floyd was greatly loved by those who knew him and It was a Joy In their grief to his parents that ho had become a Christian at the recent re vival meetings Ills funeral was one of tho largest ever seen hero for a boy of his age and showed how many blends tbo boy and his family have CMHM 4B Third rift1 I r L SCARE OVER I No More Cases of Meningitis and Town Is Quieting Down Other Places Now Getting Their Share Berea the Safest Tho alarm which was felt hero cerIobrospinal they are safer hero than anywhere I else There is BO much of tills form lot disease thruout this part of the state and so runny ot the cases are fatal that people see that with the serum which the doctors hero have and the tine facilities for caring for cases they wilt havo bettor chances ot recovery hero than anywhere else and that thoy are no more likely to get it hero than elsewhere Ona of tho caseq which has boon Continued on Third Itjc r Secretary Gaining Made on Him in this State anc Some Comments on the Subject Tho time when Kentucky must choose her candidate for President Is near at hand and Interest In Judgo Taft the probable choice is becoming greater There Is little evidence of anything except Taft sentiment any where among the people but somo of tho professional politi clans think they sea a chance for themselves In boosting Fairbanks Rich men are trying to beat Taft and Roosevelt you know There seems to be no doubt that Taft will sweep the country and there Is no reason why Kentucky should bo on tho losing side Wash ington politicians concede that he Is sure to win and there Is now good ground for believing that he can bo nominated on the first ballot The following editorial from the Lexington Leader expresses so well the attitude which this State should take that Tho Citizen copies It Kentucky Republicans will be called upon to choose between tho sons of two neighboring States in determin- Ing their presidential preferences and selecting delegates to the National Convention which meets in Chi cago next Juno Fair banks of Indiana and Secretary of War Taft of Ohio Thero is a kindly feeling among the Republicans of the Old Common wealth for their neighbors of the Hoosier State who have given asylum to several of the political refugees who have been driven out of Ken tucky by tho executive and judicial tyranny of tho last eight years This sentiment which does credit to tho hearts of Kentuckians led to an early declaration of not a few Ien tuckians for Indianas distinguished son for the Presidency and under ordinary old time political conditions we have little doubt that tho party generally throughout the Static would have been willing to see their del egates vote for Mr Falrbaanks rho situation Is unusual however and tho Republicans of Kentucky must consider other things than sentiment The problems oC Pres ident Roosevelts administration arc the issues upon which the Republican party must appeal to tho country and any wavering or turning back means overwhelming defeat in No vember beyond shadow of a doubt Tho district and State conventions must blaze the way so that when the National Convention meets there will bo no question of how It stands or whom It will nominate There Is undoubtedly a strong re actionary clement In the Republican party that would turn back from the course mapped out by RoosevelC and undo all that tho administration has dono to curb tho power of predatory wealth bring incorporated law break ers to tho bar of justice and secure a square deal to all tbo people This corporation element scarcely conceals the fact that It would prefer the tri umph of Bryan and tho Democratic party to the continuation of the Roo sevelt policies depending upon a Re publican senate in which it Is strongly Intrenched to restrain Bryan more effectually than It can a Republican In the White House pledged to the continuation of progressive policies Tho candidacy of Judge Taft upon a progressive platform supporting tho Roosevelt policies has arrayed the entire reactionary element against him and the plan of campaign is to run favorite son candidates in as many states as possible to keep them from going for Taft on tho ground of local pride Mr Fairbanks was a candidate for President in good faith before this program of the reactionaries took shape but ho has failed to develop a strong support anywhere outside of Indiana taking no account of the sentmental feel log for him among Kentucky Repub licans and his candidacy Is now gen erally accepted as fitting happily In to tho favorite son movement by which In liana Illinois Pennsylvania and New York aro to bo kept out of tho Taft column and used as a baser for commons warfare against the Pro gressive element throughout tho country VicePresident Fairbanks has made a clean dignified campaign for the Presidency during the last four years and has been recognized as a Presi dential candidate ever since the Mc Kinley administration Isis corpora tion connections of a busy career a- tIcarlal U Ilitk raaeI jam i- otei cetLso oeo a a p o o The Citizen is Growing Rapo g Idly Let Your Business Keep Pace With it By Advertising o 0m o 0p oronOSo o OOOooo FEBRUARY enough TURNING TO TAFTIN QUA OWN STATE IEverywhereAt- tack VicePresident q 0 I Beech Hargis Indicted for Murder Farmers Institute MeetsTobaccoI Raiders Active BEECH HARGIS INDICTED Beech Hargia was indicted In Jack son Monday for tho killing of his father and the Indictment charges wllfull murder A fund Is being raised for his prosecution it Is said and there will bo a strong effort mado for his conviction The Kentucky State Farmers In stitute Is meeting at Frankfort this week the session having begun Tues day It ends today The meeting promises to bo one of the most valuably In years to tho farmers of tho StateMORE TOBACCO OUTRAGES The tobacco lawlessness In the statoIseems to continue about the same and there Is no evidence that anything is being dono that will restrain i It Tho chiof outrage of tho week was on Sunday when a band of 300 raided Eddyvllle Four white men and six negroes were severely beat en and the mob then visited tho aged county judge and threatened him unless ho should be more friendly to the association v GOV WILLSON BACK Governor Willson returned Sunday night from his two weeks trip East HQ has ordered an investigation ot the Eddyfvllle raid- BEECH GETS HALF According to Judgo Hargls will Beech will get half his estate Tho new Judgo oC Breathltt district who took his place last Monday gave the Grand Jury a very forceful charge lie is James P Adams of1 Beattyvllle formerly Prosecuting Attorney The new pro secutor Is Kolly Kasb of Jackson RINGS FOR DEATHS Kingston has a mystery In a grandfathers sleek which strikes only when some member of the family Is about to die Tho CourierJournal prints tho Story crediting it tolIonn Hr Crook Tho clock It says is owned by Ben F Crook and has not been wound for several years and does not run but Is kept as an ornament In 1S91 It says the clock struck one and a few days later William Crook died Three years latter It againastruck once shortly before the death of his mother and In 1904 It struck twice Just before the death of two twins Tho last time last Friday r night It struck one and within a few days Mrs Crook died KILLED HIS WIFEJohn B Etly was found guilty by a Jury In Louis villa of the murder ot his wife and was sentenced to life Imprisonment Ethel Martin Wynn daughter ot the President of the American Turf Association died In Louisville Sun day from acute meningitis DEAL CHARGED The final proof of tho charges of a deal between the whiskey men and the Republicans In tho legls lature by which It Is charged that Bradley is to bo elected to the U S Senate and the County Unit bill Is to bo killed was delayed MonIday by the death from heart tall ure of Rep McKnight of Louisville ona of tho bolters His death puts Bradley one vote nearer dec but It still leaves him where e there is no hope for tho Senator ship except in a disgraceful deal The Legislature adjourned till after McKnights funeral and will not meet till Thursday The talk is that the deal has gone thru and that Bradley will bo elected to the eternal I disgrace of himself and his party VERDICT AGAINST THE COLLEGE The suit ot Thomas Baker against Beroa College for 110000 damages for his arrest on charges of theft last winter was tried In Richmond Mon day and Tuesday and resulted In a verdict of 500 against the college In view Ot tho evidence submitted the college believes that the verdictvIs entirely unjust and will appeal the case There was great surprise In tho court room when the verdict was announced as It had been shown that strong evidence had been laid before tho college authorities impllt eating Thomas In the thefts that the college had voluntarily made tho prosecution loss severe than it might have and that Thomass reputation had boon bad in the town over since one oft tho watches stolen from Wil hams had boon found on him As tho case Is still before the court no comment is permitted re o garding Iti i i 11 li iiAGUeirrs7rSe +rvuw axw I BYMfllllRIfEMJY YFSEY tZ1A1Etr JWS Lp DA 7QV dCrv L1 CHAPTER XXXcontinued- Tho papers from tho sate did you n7 nskei Ileleni In slow wonder Perbaps you know that I was Im prisoned in the room yonder It took mo three hours to loosen tho bar of tho window I mado my way round the moping roof of the towers by the stone gutter to tho window of that other room The window was open Whoa I gained It and was about to enter IK I saw this man whom I be Hovcd to bo your brother enter too room bolt the door behind him knco at too safo open it and abstract from It a packot of papers which he now has in his pocket If Forbes had expected Helena to be dumfounded at this surprising news his wish was gratified But It was wonder tempered with Infinite Joy Tho papers that convicted her brother of glint had been rescued from the crncl clntph of Madamo do Varnior She did not realize at once that I had stcero clear of Charybdls only to fall foul tb Scylla The peril of Sir Mor timers guilt being known was now In finitely greater than It had been half nn hour ago Helenas defense of my self ami Madame do Varnlcrs unUme ly Interruption had both alienated all yinpartliy from Helena and strength ened tfifc conviction that I was one of the inspirators If C Wad kept silent so long If It scorns unmanly that I should have al lowed a woman to plead In my behalf It id because I was racking my brain for a means of escape from the awk ward predicament that held me cap tive I tmvo told you Captain Forbes that t have ample reason to believe In tho honesty of Mr Haddon If ho has taken any papers from tho safo It is Jrtth my fullest and deepest graUtude It wis tho woman there who had stolen them from my brother They aro personal papers They concern only my mother and myself now that Mortimer is dead Mr Haddon will rcsttfro them to mo I shall forbid that protested Forbes hotly I tell you Miss Brett thoso are papers of State They belong to the State I must see that they are placed In tho hands of the ministers of the Foreign Office For the last time give rao those papers- I leaped at the loophole Helena had offered me It I could Dot prevent their fnillne into tho hands of Forbes at least I could delay that dire event- I shall obey you Miss Brett Into your hands alono shall I place those papers it you please she said with dig nlty ami hold out a hand that did not tremble to receive them And sllll I hesitated I saw the gleam of resolution in the glitter of Forbes bluo eyes If I produced the paper now it would be only to have the kings messenger snatch them from my grasp Forbes turned to Helena in angry triumph You see Miss Brett ho hesitates Tho woman and himself are as reluct ant that the papers fall Into your hands as they aro that I obtain them Ho thinks that ho may trick you as ho Iras already once tricked mo Is there nothing I can say to shako your bUnt confidence in this treacherous Impostor NtoVLing said Heeca with resolu Uonrf but I could see her troubled sur nt my reluctance then I shall bo forced to resort to vloTtarce I am going to have thoso papers and at once if you aro so blind to the gram danger of letUng thM man keep tho papers even for the moment I am not How could he havortiiken them from the safe unless it wino with the permission and per + haps at tho entreaty of this Madamo dui Vlrnicr ffbo inference is clear enough I sViotfiu think she must have left tho dooc ot tho safe open HUlCna spoke confidently but trust lath had been put to a soro test rUT credulity is very great if you thlrfte that Why madam I saw him xJcllUPrdlely work the combination of thertrte Hbluna uttered n cry of horror at my supposed treachery Her trust was ibafrered f could not dream of a villainy so hIP01TItJ cal Instinctively she came close to TTorbtja side as if for protection She hid read in my eyes that Forbes spoko too truth No words of mlno could cdnvlnco her now of m sincerity Madame do Varnler had been quite forgotten by us all Until now sho had been listening In breathless sl letters Forbes declaration that I had taken the papers mutt have seemed to her the sheerest absurdity Sho Sad boon certain that she had locked the sate she was equally certain that do ODD but herself knew too word by which it might bo opened She must have thought too that my tacit con feaUou of taking the papers was a rust to deceive her though she could not guess Its purpose But when Captain Forbes asserted xritnMvldcnt sincerity that he had icon ITC working the combination her anx iQly became unendurable At the risk crbcing surprised at the safe iho had stolen quietly to the room thinking herself unobserved But through our backs had been turned from the room I had seen her movement by her shad ow cast on the floor by tho setting sun pouring In the open window through which Captain Forbes had made his erance I clutchiM the arm of the kings mes senger I mado an imperious gesture for caution and silence I pointed to Madame de Varnlcr disappearing Into tho little room of tho safe With a motion Incredibly light for so heavy a man Forbes Uptoed after her and watched her open the sara through tho halfclosed door It was only a question of Instants before sho had thrown o n tho door of tho safe with a cry of dismay But that Instant sufficed As Forbes turned his back to me I took swiftly from my pocket the two packets One envelope was plain with no writing on it Tho other was ad dressed to Sir Mortimer Brett and boro a foreign slump No word was spoken I had but to hold the two packets before Helena In an instant she had hidden in Uio bosom of her dress tho first packet I have mentioned whose envelope was plain tho other I returned to my pocketMadame de Varnlcr sprang to her feet with tho litheness of a tigress She came toward mo as I stood by Take Itl Take Forbes side with a rago that was dreadful In its Intensity Before I could guess at br purpose she had torn my coat open and seized tho packet I had placed there Sho pressed it into Forbes hand Tier bitter rage and disappointment mado her oblivious of the fact that she had given only one of the packets Take IU she screamed Take It Ah M Coward you are clover but it shall avail you nothing At least I shall have my revenge Forbes buttoned his coat over the papers ho received with an amazed but grim satisfaction Helena standing apart from us was convul lively clenching and unclenching her hands Unseen by tho other two I cast her a meaning glance that she should exert her strong will to regain her poise When they looked at her she stood passive and acqulscent As for myself I affected an air of chagrin and defeat You will bear mo witness Miss Brett that I did my best to place tho packet in your hand I can only hope that Captain Forbes will restore you thoso papers without reading them or that than are of little importance Little Importance hissed Ma dame de Varnler Sir guard thoso papers well your ministers at Down- Ing street will not thank you if you lose them And now M Coward that you have conquered me but not rob bed mo of my revenge hew much longer are to stay hero Captain Forbes showed little sure prlto at tho turn iffalrs had taken Ho Interpreted Madame de Varnlcr move as that of tine who bad betrayed a confedocato for motives of revenge Whllo he recognized tho fact he mistook the motive J And they speak of honor Among thieves ho sneered In an aside to Helena I feared that Helena might make an Indignant protest But she said nothing I supposed her silence dic tated by prudence this was no time to champing my cause But as I looked at her I read her perplexity in her troubled eyes I had given her back tho papers indeed but that I should havo known tho combination was too startling a fact to bo accepted without distrust I could have known tho comblnaUon only from Madame do Varnlcr that proved tome to have been in her confidence If I had repented and betrayed my accomplice In my remorse she was grateful for tho act itself but she could no longer trust mo As this woman says Forbes was speaking to me thero Is nothing to detain us hero longer But you sir as well as this woman will leave this room only to bo placed under arrest You must consider yourself my pris oner With theso words ho strode toward the door of the staircase nnd turned tho handle- It Is locked ho said sternly Who has the key- I handed it to him in silence As ho received It from ho glanced moon ingly toward Hclcni It was ono more link In tho chain of evidence I con fess I could havo wished the key had not been in my pocket Ho turned tho key To the conster nation of nil of us tho door still resisted his efforts Ho exerted ull his strength to PO purpose What new trick Is this ho demanded furiously of me I think it was to Madame do Var nlor I answered that Dr S larva has taken tho precaution of insuring him self a free field CHAPTER XXXI The Ladder of Stones Madamo do Varnler had been seated in sullen apathy At my worts she She Screamed Itl bad we me looked up at me for a moment in dull surprise Then slowly as It a mask had fallen over her face an expression of horror and insensate fury disfigured her beauty Sbo rushed to tho door she shook It frantically she beat on It futile blows What does it mean this locked door demanded Forbes of mo once moreIt means that Dr Starva tho ally of this woman for somo purpose of his own bus Imprisoned us here I answered calmly Even you Captain Forbes will not accuse me of fasten fag tho bolt Ho turned from mo in contemptuous silence It is only a question of a few hours at the most ha said reassuringly to Helena At dawn wo can at tract the attention of Bomb Uno from the street In the meanwhile wo must bo patientI that you wero able to mako your way to me said Helena brokenly It would bo dreadful to bo hero alono with my brother lying dead in that room Are we to make no effort I demanded Surely in some wayOf My words were arrested on my lips Madamo do Varnler bad abandoned herself to her despair As I spoke sho looked up furUvely and then trans fixed mo with a glance of warning If you can suggest a means I am ready to listen said Forbes But that door of oak with its bands of steels beyond my strength As to tho pOSe sibility of n descent from the outside it is hopeless to think of iU Eien if ono existed I should scarcely avail myself of it leaving yoU with these people Miss Brett But Mr Haddou afraidI Sir rnkidon It Is hard to believe you guilty of treachery In spite of everything I wish to keep faith with you But will you not explain to Captain Forbes No Miss Brett I returned bluntly I shall make no explanation to Cap thin Forbes until ho sees fit to ask mo for one And I should refuse to beloo any sold Forbes with contempt You say your brother is In that room May I see hHi 1 She led tho way to tho oratory In silence Tho door closed gently he hind them Madamo do Varnlcr and I were alone I hope you are satisfied monsIeur with your adventure In this Castlo of Happiness sho said with a hysterical sobI am wnlUng for tho climax I answered significantly Is It to to a comedy or a tragedy 1 Oh God Bho rallied her clenched hands In a gesture full of anguish It is I who am asking that Wily did you look at mo In that manner You wish to toll me some thingto warn mo Tho deathmask sho whispered liar emotion suffocated her Why should Dr Starva have Imprisoned ur here unless I looked at her stupefied But Prince Ferdinand is not bore at the chateau Her selfcontrol vanished utterly Sho clang to me In her despair Savo him Savo him But Ferdinand Is not at the chin tcau I repeated Last nIghtIn tho music room that deathmask Sho spoke Incoher cntly but her meaning was too clear Ton knew that ho was coming here When you told mo of the death mask when I saw the rage of Dr Starva I realized his danger Yes ho wad coming here tonight But I telegraphed him that at all costs hf must not come But If Dr Starva by somo means intercepted that telgram Who sent 1t1 I questioned sax foully Jacques Then your prince li doomed It was Jacques who betrayed to me your prcscnto here I thought It was because I bribed him sufficiently well Bo sure of this ho Is Stan as creature Heavens how you torture me Dill If this is true why did ho allow Sir Mortimers slater to come to moT lie must have known that you sent for herWith ourselves alto would be ufo ly out of tho way Dr Starva isf more Ingenious than I have given him the credit of being Wo aro caught like rats In a trap Hut you must save him Impossible Listen it is not Impossible Then is n ladder not on tills sldo but be noath tho window of tho oratory Her cyoa gllUered In Uio somf darkness Oho placed n finger on my lips I had cried out In my surprise- A ladder of a hundred foot or morel And It stands against tho wall of the tower I exclaimed Incredulously Besides If It wore there Captain Forbes must have seen It This ladder I call It so for want oi a better name is made of great stones half as long ns ones forearm that project from tho smooth masonry lit intervals of a foot The chateau is old very old In feudal times with a stout rope ono might escape from tho tower Hut it Is Impossible We have no rope Sho wrung her hands But If this ladder of stones reaches from roof to terrace It would Le situ plo enough without a rope The stones aye built out at regular Inter wale How far aro they apart At Intervals of a foot they reach It a straight lino for 100 feet But the chateau is ICO feet high These stones begin nt tho roof No one could drop that CO feet to tho marblo terrace below and live Yes we aro caught eke rats In a trap Fifty feet It would mean a bro eD limb If not certain death But if a rope could bo knotted of our ciothlni for half that distance I went into tho room through whose window the kings messenger hat mado his untimely entrance I leaned far rot ot the window shuddering I was resolved to mako tho descent my self Twlco I had proved myself a coward This was to bo my chance unless Forbes should stubbornly t90 fuse to believe In the existence ot Ferdinands danger The moon was rising It shod an nn earthly light on tho palo faco of Madame do Varnler as she looked up m mo anxiously Tho wind camo In fit ful gusts Suddenly thoro sounded a muffled r port At first I thought It thunder ii tho faraway mountains Bet as I Its toned intently the mysterious sound was repeated again and again though moro and more feebly And It cams from above Do you hear It that strange mud fled clap I nsted of Madame de Var nler Sho took my placo at the open win dow For some moments she heard nothing Then strangely enough though tho wind was blowing almost a gale It sounded distinctly- It Is a flag on tho high flagstaff ol tho central tower she said presently But who can havo given orders that It bo raised That is a matter of Indifference J said Joyfully An ensign so largo ai that requires a fairly substantial cord If we can get that ford and plait It Whoro Is it fastened Surely at one 1 of these windows No sho sale anxiously It Is Dr Starva who has raised that flag Bnl I why Tho question seemed to U crease herj anxiety tXO BE CONT1MUKO HORTICULTURE wAWORD ABOUT PRUNING Suggestions for Work Which Should Be Done Next Month It Is u wellknown old saying that the time to prune Is whoa tho saw Is sharp Practically most or our fruit tree pruning Is dean In curly itrlnK 1 Plum Tree Before Spring Pruning March being tho accepted month Thoro Is a manifest tendency among tho most advanced fruttmcn to do more summer prululng and less spring pruning It In also quite plain that those who are not real exports In or than matters are apt to overdo tho spring work with thn pruning saw It pruning Is carefully and conservatively done every March from tho time the trees are planted out It may be considered ft safe operation The ex eesslvo pruning of neglected trees at this tlmo of year on tho other hand IK apt to bo more of a damago thin n benefit says the Country Gentleman Under present nlrcunutancos wo have to rocognlio the fact that March Same Tree Pruned Showing Method of Heading Back will he the main month for pruning on farms nnd In small orchards In moor of thin fact It In well to urge the ndvlro to bo careful with tho prim Ing tool especially with the saw und the ns and nut to go too fast EFFECT OF MULCH It Does Not Retard Blooming of Straw berry Plants Xo This quextlon has harm settled for 20 yearn Ho long an the top of a plant Is exposed to sunshine and air so lone will any mulch ho Impotent to retard Us developing nod blooming U n plant like a utrnwbnrry plnnt ho kept entirely covvrtxl with tho mulch thin development will Iro retarded but In that ease tho plant In likely to he destroyed by the mlldows that will do volopIt used to be believed that placing straw around n treo or around n plant would keep Its roots cold and thus delay blooming Thus was desired to carry tho tree or plant boynnd tin tlmo of killing frosts Mat It was not difficult to prove that tho stain of thin roots had nothing to do with the time if leaving ont of the trrn or of Us budding In one of the demonitra tlnns to prove this n grape vino with Its roots In tho frozen ground which was also covered with snow was car tied Into a grcnhouso and exposed to tho light bent and sunshine Tin leaves came out as usual though the roots could not supply moisture Of course tho exhaustion of the moisture In the vino resulted in Its dcit ruction A tree or n plant can bo kept hack from blooming only by covering It lint thus protecting It from tho Infinonces thnt cause It to bring forth leaves and blossoms Thin first activities of n tree or plant como from energy stored up In the form of starch from tin food taken the previous year Remember This Remember when making up your order for trees for spring planting that It Is best not to plnnt big blocks all of one variety Mingle the sorts BO that their blossoms may help to fertilize one another Look to Grapevine Trellis Potts See to grapevine trellis posts when n thaw comes tho latter pert of this month Tighten nnd fasten wires TI0 up vines where needed liana the trellis taut straight and strong I ABOUT SPRAYING Provide for a Good Fruit Year by Fighting PeatlIThe Indications are that this year will be what ortflinrdlstn call a good fruit year To Insure tho best yield spraying should bugln early Spraying for codling moth U begun when the petals are fitllcn rind shonld be given as soon ni possible after that stage Tho eslyx lotivtw are well open and are uppermost and It Is essential that poison be deposited there as the groat or number of tho early brood enter tho small apple at tbo calyx Tho small npplo grows rapidly and the second spraying should follow tho first In at least ton days Tho larvae that oscup tho first spraying will bn nmturo Insects within H short lime after tho first appltf tins dropped amt n spray should bo given to protect Ou fruit from the second brood At In tennis of about two or three weeks spraying for later broods has proved profitableFor rot or scab bordeaux mixture applied before tho buds open destroy spume upon tho bark and twigs It should bn combined Kith the second and fourth sprays for colllng moth anti If ton dUwino has been very serious one or two moro later HJ ray Ings will bo profitable Other Insocts and diseases havn nut been noted an serious whom spraying for codling moth and bitter rot tiara been applied In some Instances a single spraying has secured a very groat Increase In the quantity of sound fruit but In most cases a single spray has not been sue easeful In proportion to rrpcatcA Rprnylngs The proportion of soon fruit on sprayed trees as ctnnpaicd with unsprayod trees has varied In dlf ferent seasons but an nvornpi for tilt past six years In nearly CO per cunt number one fruit from sprayed trees and loss than ten tar cent from uu sprayed trees Tho per cent et mar kotublo fait Including the second grade has shown slightly greeter dlt ferences In favor of sprayed trees i The cumulative effect of rprnjrlnc has been noted In tho greater free loin from Insects and diseases of the experiment station orchards and vineyards 00111 IIrod with nolehkorinB plantations which hero net been pntytHl The orchards have laffmreil no Injury from canker worm loaf crumpler or twit caterpillar which have Mil very numerotM In nslphbor lag orchards during seventl seasons The projection from fungus hIM been fully M valuable During the seasons 10WIOM practically no loss was ooon stoned by bitter rot cnb or rust whll uMprnywl orolMnls In this to eallly have suffered swrtottsly In sprnjrlnc peach hers In prevent brown rot sad lest curl the first spray should be npptlad before the last buds- open Tli follai of the peach In ratten store easily Injured than In that of tho tapple sad store the trees are In loaf the bordeaux mixture slonM be reduced to tialf Uwgtli As OM fruit reecho malnrlly the use of bordeaux Hi liable to discolor the fruit The eateries ammonlncnl solution of eoppor earboHata has been used dnr1 K rlponlng but has been lose effective than bordoaux The plum varieties differ bunslder ably In their liability to spray burn but as n rule the bordeaux should be diluted half strength for plum Tho spraying of the vineyard to pre vent mildew has been uniformly sue ccMwful Tho crops from nnsprayod vinos have In snvornl seasons boon at nest total allures when thin sprayed vines have given fall cropsIt li Kaitman AN IRON HOOP TRELLIS A Convenient Device for the Flower or Vegetable Garden Va will now describe the making of something that will hu of gnat service they cnn be aa sorted into uni form sizes A very attrac live trellis made from such hpops Is shown In Fig 2 Three strips of wood pointed at the lower end and finished with a knob at tho top ore provided thin next spring both to the handy man In his vegetable garden and to his wife In her flower garden It Is a trellis made of ti Iron hoops tlf nro now uses eT of Irommonly length being n j v j matter for Individual taste or rather a trellis for tomato plants will need not more than two hoops while one for sweet peak may require H half dozen The strips of wood should bo of inch board two Inches wldo The iioops are secured to tho uprights by small staples that nro sold for putting up wire fencing Other heights than those mentioned suggests the Farm and tome will 110 ncoded for other plans The wooden posts may bo oiled or painted soma attractive color a I I WANT FLOWERS Flower T bU terns 11 IutFuaerallredgnWedding rolled Plant i 9 The Drug Co INCOIFOBATED PHONE 12 BEREA KY ee oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooe i i Berea and i i 0 0 e 0QGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oeooeeoeoooooo I DR BEST 0 DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Miss IJowcrsox who hag been con fined to her room for two weeks with bronchitis Is only n mUll bettor Mrs Laura Creech and Miss Mar garet Creech were visiting In Carters villa Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Putnam li not yet ablo to BO to her class room but Is meeting tier students at her homo Mrs Edward Anderson Is very Ill with erysipelas but U slightly bet tor than she has been U S Wyatt is recovering slowly from tho Injury ho received tmvaral weeks ago when ha was knocked un conscious by a swinging barn door la n high wind Ho was severely bruised and has suffered a great dent since but Is beginning to be better Tho entertainment of tho Kings Regiment tile converts In UHf root ant revival by the ladles of the Unlen Chureh at Uio Pariah HOUR last night was most MiooMful nnd wall grimily enjoyed Tksre was an unusually large crowd iiretwnt W 11 Porter wko Is tailing his vacation In PtorWft laU hiitUMlf be heard from otory onto In n while Ho hi now at Palm Heath Md TUM tiny a number of Ills friends wore deUghtod to rceslTQ thru tho malta OMOanuta In their bulls from that placeThere were tfclrtjMhrro converts received Into the Union Church lAIC Sunday and more will be reoolv il noon Dr Theinwn Immersed twenty ono In tho nfLrnoon and tko or six moro were Imniorwd by n Dle dplo mlnlstar who was In town Tho Union Church will at Its noxt communion use an Individual corn inunlon out which has been proMtitotl to It by Prof anti Mrs Dltwmoro The church la to bo congratulated on the Haw sonIce which will materiallyv lessen tho danger of spreading con tagion and will greatly please partlc r ular people t ron RENT Fourroom house with pipe lino wn 1 t ter barn and garden GDO per j lth D P Ambrose Son oi SPECIAL NOTICEt f Till further advised all who v bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and 5 the best set of teeththat can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have over t5oo worth of dental work done In buying Railroad ticket take a receipt tor money for the round trip fare and the re ceipt will be taken as cash r All work guaranteed to be J1 first class in every respect and to give good satisfaction J Only l best class of materials 1used 1 y cITDR V H HOBSON DENTICTYo t Pk 1ft s RldLtai Y- 7i i o 98 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES lUon Mo 188 PHONE ALBERT I Porter Vicinity 00ooggggggg Combs Bros Grocery Call us up All goods delivered g 98 Mrs E M Spence visited In Rich mond last Wednesday and Thursday Tho little son of E A Robinson who has boon very tit for the last thrco weeks Is somo better Miss Lillian Korby Is tit with measles Mrs M J Bush ot Blue Lick nmda a delightful visit to Mrs Sal lie Cornelison last week Aunt Sally Cornclleon who has had quite a lengthy spell of la grippe Is stilt complaining- Mr Dower tho station agent re turned last Thursday night from Cincinnati whore ho wept to attend tho funeral of his motherinlaw About seventy or eighty from lord wore In Richmond Monday and Tues day to attond tho trial of tho suit of Thomas Baker against the College Dont forget that there Is a flno band concert coming on Marsh 4 Thoro was an alarm of flro at tho Iarlsh House about 700 oclock Sunday morning and a large crowd ot boys and others gathered there quickly but tho trouble leas ovor almost as scones they got there The blaze started near tho furnace whoro a couple of Joists seem to got over heated Than was n little charring of the wood noticed some woka ago and It was thought that tho needed arts had been taken but It atoms that something was overlooked The damage was slight and Ute sorrloM went hold there Sunday ns usual The Her Mr Dagers lecture on the missions In Went Africa In the Parish HOMO last Sunday Light was one of the moot IntoroseUnr and In plrtng mlsatonar talks ever hwrd hen MMl uhouse wns mekdd Tho oleetrld lantern was working bettor than over bofor and the pictures ware enjoyed to the utmost Tho lack of tlmo prevented Uio shoulng of them all grimily to the disappoint mont ot those who woro proBOht Mr Dagar wiltldeliver tho eamo lecture and show the aamo slides at Karris town Sunday night Those who wish to help In tho gift to Mrs Lyon should remember that thorn Is none too much time to do this and leave their contributions at once Mr Lyon accepted no pay for tho rent service ho did tho com munity and as ho cannot work hero and board In heaven over ono should be glad of a chance to show a little their appreciation ot his kind nests to heron Thos Barnett writes from tho county hospital near Colorado Spring that ho Is being well cared for but Is Improving slowly If at all A delegation of sixty Berca fel lows have loft hero In squalls In tho lost day or two to ga to tho Y M C A Convention at Winchester Foremost wore the members of tho college orchestra who liavct been engaged to give the musk for the entire convention and the Arlol Quartette which will slug at tho meetings It la a great honor for our boys to bo chosen for this work sad there is no doubt they will ac quit thomselveo well In tho basket ball game between tho Whites and tho Blues last Satur day the Whites won by 16 to 15 It was ono otthe hardest fought games that has boon played hero for several years This Is tho third game won by the Whites The Blues wore tho beat In passing and the whites strong point was In shoot Ing goals Tho Whlto team was Eastman c Long and Combs f and Wheeler and Ellis g The Blue team Elites Co Hoffman and Muncy rt and Logan and Carney c Mr Henry Hazelwood ot Lexing ton Iy was hero on business last FridayMiss Nannie McGee of London was the guest of her cousin Miss Elon Jackson last week Miss Grace Baker who has been suffering with tonsoUUs Is ablo to bo out again Mrs Kate Tatum left last week for Oatllff Tenn for an extended visit with her sister Mrs Mary CUm or Harry Splnk who has had measles Is improving nicely Miss Daisy Spenco Is making an extended visit with her sister Mrs Molllo Brewer of Richmond Mr Pal Lewis visited last week at Ibu homo ot Mrs Marlon 11111 near BobtownMisses Minnie Harris and Ada Pet acruo who have been tho guosts of Mr and Mrs James Baker for the past week loft Sunday for their homo at Lebanon Ohio Mr E B Wallace has sold his property on Prospect Ave and ex pacts to move soon into tho Roust recently occupied by Mr A P Settle on Center St Mrs S R Baker oxpecU to leave soon for Cincinnati to purchase her stock of now spring millinery Miss Llule Burdctto will clerk for her In her absence Miss Julia Johnson Is tho guest this week of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Phillip Hayes of Big lull Mr and Mrs U M Burgesa of Georges Crock who have been visit- Ing with Mr and Mrs E B Wallace and other friends in town went to Paint Lick Monday for a visit with Mrs Burgesss mother Mrs Sarah SpurlockMiss Loen entertained last Thursday at dinner In honor of her birthday the following young people Misses Ada Petacrue Lola Baker and Mlnnlo Harris and Messrs Tom Ba ker and Jack Henderson Miss Minnie Young Is visiting at Conway this week Mr Joo bender of Lexington was visiting In town Saturday and Sun dayDr and Mrs W G Best entertain ed at tea last Monday evening Mr and Mrs Get Dick and little daugh ter Katherine Mrs Mallnda Hill will entertain Friday evening at her home on Forest St her Sunday School class of young girls and their friends Miss Bollo Taylor has bton suffer Ing with a very covers attack of La grippe Gen LoVant Dodge Department Coninw d r of the G A IL will re turn1 tomorrow from R trip to various posh thru out the state and will be In tlmo to attend to Uio regular meet ing of the post lteroA copy of the Falmouth Outlook which has been received tells of a meeting of the pat there that he attended and speaks In tho highest terms of the toted remit of his visit II le Little Dens and bar grand mother Mrs Salllu Burns of Ham mon O and a island arc oxp4otcd Moro on a visit during Common eo mont The Citizen wants all the news It you have any call up phone JG and toll us about It Dont bo modest about yourself and remember that we never tell who tells us things Mr Bird Doathcrago ot near Rich mond and well known hero died at its homo Sunday and was burled at ho old family ground on Tuesday James M Combs will speak at the Congregational Church next Sun lay at 11 a in All are cordially Invited Miss Ada Phillips who spent last week visiting at tier sisters homo in Springfield Ohio returned Monday night She reports a pleasant visit although she had an attack of grippe which kept her at homo pretty closely Sho also reports that sin saw soveral old Barcu friends R J Englo has purchased a lot of the old Dr Robllnson property on Chestnut street opposite Welchs of J P Blckncll and expects to erect a store building there some tlmo In the future Dr P Cornelius leave on the noon train today for Boulder Colo to which place ho was called to oper ate for appendicitis on thq ROT Oliver tfcCully a former Iuu tor in llama Dr CornqlluA expects to return as soon as tho operation is over RHCOWLEYMD Rpcclnlljr prcpnrnt to trent lUeaei of the Eye Nose Ear and Throat InduitrUl Building Berea Ky Hurs a t 4 pm FLOYD ROBINSON DEAD Continued from Pint rage The whole community feels tho deep est sympathy for tho bereaved parents and sister Mr and Mrs Robinson wish The Citizen to express to their many friends their heartfelt appreciation ot their kindness and sympathy in tho dark hour of their deep affliction WE MISS hUE SO Lord send Thy Comfort For wo miss him so And yet we know That nil Is well with him And do not ask for his return But pray dear Lord That wo shall learn The Way that leads Where ho has gone And Lord that thou will keep us firm From day to day Within THAT WAY Lord let no sinful too Cause us to fall But Thou who carcst for our boy And lowest all Help us to be prepared When at Thy call Wo como to The- oAndhim And lot no sin 4 Hide from our eyes Tho happy home Whcroj ho has gono And that some day From out that throng Of that bright Land Hell welcome us With outstretched hand And wd shall see our boy Grown pure and sweet And strong And at Thy feet Dent Lord Wo shall repeat With hearts aglow That wo did miss him so For tho wo missed him so And wo woro Mono Yetthat has helped ug fight the foe AndbroughtushomeIL Feb 17 1908 HENRY WARD DEECIIER ON TIlE DEATH OF TIlE AUBURN HORSE Ought ho not to have respect in death cpacially as ho has nfcbtlncE hereafter But are wo co cortali about that t Does not moral justice require that thore should be eom green pasture land hereafter for good horses 7 Say old family homes thai have brought up a whole family oi their masters children and never run away In tholr lives Doctors horses that stand unhitched hours day nnd night never gnawing the post or tenet while the work of Intended humanltj goes on7 Omnibus horses that arc jerked and pulled licked and kicks ground un by Inches on hard sliding pavement overloaded anti abused horses that died for their country on tho field of battle or woro out thoh constitutions in carrying noble goner als through field and flood without once flinching from tho hardest duty Or my horse old Charley tho first horso I over owned of racing stool largo rawboned too fiery for anybody driving but my own and as docile tc my voice as my child was BETTER GilANCES FOR CHILDREN A century ago tho anxious parent of the nowborn babe had good reason to be uneasy says Dr Woods Hutchlnsoh In writing en Tho Irre pressible Tendency of Babies to Grow Up In the February Womans Home Companion That was still tic ago of dirt and a hugo Infant mortality Less than half the children born lived to bo five years oldIn London In 1750 745 per cent diedand more than ono third perished in the first year Now such a condition Is rapid ly disappearing and remains only In our slum and most ignorant pens antcommunitiesToday mortality in tho first five years f child life In tit entire United States Is less than twenty per cent The mortality for tho first year about ten per cent ant eliminating the slums and our for eign population the late Is nearly three per cent lower yet So that YOUR baby gentle reader has ten chances to one of reaching his first birthday five to one of reaching his fifth and three to ono of attaining adult lire Surely this Is not an outlook to justify serious worry or constant anxiety for fear that some dreadful thing will happen SCARE OVER Ccntliucd tnm plat rate N eportednear here was at London I and was that of tho baby son of I George E Moore Tho little boy had been clck since last Saturday and on Tuesday an appeal was sent to Drs Cowley and Davis to go down and coo it they could do anything When they got thero Tuesday af ternoon the baby was almost dead but they administered thq scram There was a decided Improvement attar tho medicine had been given but tho boy did not have tho strength to rally and died yesterday The so rum evidently prolonged his life but was used too late to SIlVa him If any other cases develop those in charge should remember that the sooner the ocrum Is given the great er the chances arts and that there Is almost no chance If tho disease goes long I Other cases of tho favor are re I the to All promptly night No4 PHONE 50 ST mild Street nine hour from City These Teeth without pain Ky For In Rest of at to suit of four and at prices B P ft 301 Ky from Owsley County and therQ are cases In parts of tho state Last year there were several cases In and counties Altogether Borea Is no worso oft than many other ot tho state The stories wore floating around hero last week aro largely dying down Tho L Be N agents felt that Tho Citizens report bo taken to apply to them wish to have it that they have not told ono that more than two coffins boon shipped out of hero tho two mentioned last have been no nnd they have not told any one that there woreNo further cases have In tpwn and whllo It cannot be stat IsIt JvW YItltdlY1bYYYI YYI PPIYtYPPYtPPYY iTHE CLEAN GROCERY f f 1- i IT WILL PAY YOUc 1 I to Call on for Staple and Fancy Groceries We g have Most Complete Line in Town r Clean 5 j5 and Fresh x We Deliver Any Time In Dayw1x c H GOLDEN CO x C 5 Main St Opposite Citizen Office Phone 185 x 1NtetrrrklrkreticKlltrYrY re OrYrrYY YrrYKrrYrrrYrYr Krr I The 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comps The date filer acme on Ithel shows to- what date you uubtctlption II pall U U Is not twanged within three wetki after teacwel notify us ate ilrmberaiII be gladly supplied If we Fine Premiums given for new ocrlpllo1- and prompt renewal Send for Premium LUt Liberal terms given lo any who obtain new- subsaiptlonalot us Any one Bending us tout yearly iuib crlpllon can tecleve irefor rote year AdvtllUInz rain un application MKMHCR or KHNTOCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Now they havo acuto confuslonat Insanity Thats tho way a man feels when ho goes Into a drygoods store on a busy day Bishop Candlers severe strictures on sissy religion will bo resented by the sissies If they have a spark ot manhood In them Tho melancholy days have come the saddest of the year when wlfey shops for a now fall hat and sends tho bill to hubby dear Physicians who say that Americans eat too much meat will come under some suspicion of having been subsl dized by the Chicago packers Now that New Zealand Is a domin ion there will be no living with It for goodness knows It put on enough airs when It was only a colony Now they have a stingless honey bee but It is a safe bet that even a Burbank couldnt produce a yellow Jacket of that mollycoddle variety Naturalists are again requested to devise some means by which hunters can distinguish with accuracy between fellow human beings and wild came King Alfonsos doctors have cut down his dally allowance of cigarettes by onehalf This may give him strength enough to cut oft the other half himself If the Atlantic fleet does not go to tho Pacific It might make a dash for the pole without exciting any sus plclon of hostile Intent toward any body Chewing toothpicks mar make a man look intellectual as a writer claims but most men who want a reputation tor Intellectuality prefer to chew the rag To prove his Innocence a Boston man tried to put out his right eye and It wasnt a 29240000 fine he was con fronted with either Some men take convictions so seriously It has now been discovered that brains are not needed for thinking Everybody has known for a long time that tho size of a mans head Is no guarantee of rte contents Skeptical persons who question whether the higher education pays have only to look at the plans for the future home of the University club to find their doubts set at rest That chemist who says he has dis covered a way to turn animals Into stone should consult the landlady who knows a process by which beefsteak can be converted into leather Now that Switzerland has adopted an American watch in the national ob servatory It remains only for Franco to Import American champagne and Austria American wlenerwurst Tho steamer Baltic has brought 1 002 marriageable girls to this country They ought to be able to find hus bands among the million or so mar riageable men that came last year If Wizard Durbank would be a real benefactor to mankind let him produce some kind of tree that will bear wood pulp In sufficient quantities to put tho paper trust out of business It WOT take 27 years to pave Chi cagos streets according to an expert engineer at a total cost of 200000 000 We shall havo to continue we fear to pave them with good inten lions Tho adoption of the scheme for making treasury notes and bank bills In different colors according to denomination may render it necessary for bank clerks to undergo tests for color blindness A Swiss who has complet ed a geological examination of the strata collected from the borings of the Slmplon tunnel is said to have found traces of radium that suggest larger deposits than any hitherto found In Europe lie believes these deposits caused the abnormal heat ex perlenced in building the tunnel This goes to support the theory that pos Blbly the presence of radium in vast quantities creates the supposedly melted condition ot the Interior ot tho turtb ytn i mill mI SUu11 fate t3- 1flvait Wttitanj at Ulitatr By EMIL REICH Noted Author and Lecturer of Europe t Contemporary great ort consists chiefly of paint ing sculpture and decorative work Architecture U more or less orphaned by the spirit of the age Even tho sculptures of our foremost artists have tho ugly habit of remninding us of attempts at writing modern poetry in Greek Latin the language of marble so far as beauty in repose is concerned is lost Beauty of movement and character maystill be found in Robin St Jlarccaux Sic nl anda few others but we have no longer either plastic minds or plastic emotions The excessive urbanization of the majority of Europeans has changed sentiment into thrills hilarity into titillation pluck into nervosity All this suits painting more than sculpture and it is in painting where sonic relatively great world were produced Sidamer tho intimist Thaulow the Norwegian landscape painter Zulcago tIle ueoVelttsquczist Henri Martin the victor of tho Salon of 1007 have given us nocturnes rhapsodies or psychology in colors Of music wo shall soon have to write the mortuary notice The over urbanization mentioned kills music first Much of Beethoven is fust aging If Richard Strauss bo our last ray it is n Roentgen ray tinfleshing fluu forms but not warming us like a ray of hope Music like the Oracles of old is in retired place Trout Bohemia comes J Cern that ono man who tells us a novel in right lairs In him is real music but so far only of violet size 1 am afraid tho conservatories have done to music what they always do to fruit they hAVe watered it down to tastelessness Perhaps the invention of new hutruntcnti may fare us 1 i11tttfLaih1 in Hfo a jflsUm By MRS ALICE PARKER LESSER 2ft ffinoks ilttU TItero may be a disadvantage in being a roniuii if tho woman thinks it so 1 do not bcliove thoro is any natural dwulvantngs It is not uncommon of course to hear n woman say that sho wishes sIlo wore n men but this wish is expressed in impatience with her physical limitations to do pertain work or with the environment and traditions that prevent her from asserting herself us men assert themselves She does not mean that she would her physical clmractcV and identity with all its associations and goutimonls and assume that of a man Most women value their own womanliness too much for an ex change liko that By a beautiful necessity of nature wo want to be what wo aro Bach sex moreover 1ms its own compensations A rams would not surrender his robust strength for tho womans greater flnonost aptl two woman would not part with the distinctly feminine nature Tho point of view in each is different but each is essential to tho other There is a much store material and practical side to the quwtion Undoubtedly it has been for long periods in history a serious disadvantage mentally spiritually and physically to be a woman In those countries and ages where woman has been the beast of bur den on the one hand or the pampered beauty on the other woman was at a disadvantage but even then we note that there has risen in every age a woman whose character compelled respect and whose ability was sufficient to enable her to parallel or exceed tho achievements of men Such a wom an given the force of character and time power of mind found it an advantage to be a woman with her far keener intuitions null her greater subtletyThis is an age certainly in this country at least where the disadvan tage at which woman was once held has disappeared while tho influence of woman has been bioadcncd By common consent women todayare rated as possessing peculiar and exclusive fitness for certain kinds of employments and peculiar rights as relating to certain important social nail political matters All considered they arc under no disadvantage with men in the great important bulk of the worlds work for whore they do not per sonally touch some problems in process of solution their views are freely expressed and their influence is distinctly felt The fact that woman for so long was held at a disadvantage appears to be reacting greatly to her advantage and the question some day may be asked Is it a disadvantage to be a man 1ift as at By BENJAMIN CHAMFNEY Artist abandon own things I am 90 years old and from my own px perience I should say that a successful life is one in which tho individual finds the great est happiness in doing that for which he was most fitted from time beginning thntor which he originally hind an instinct whether work of the hands or head or both Domestic influences which are antagonistic to n mans carrying out the work for which ho is fitted have I firmly believe much to do with what is called nonsuccess in life For instance a father or mother or both will try to make a minister or a lawyer out of a boy who would bo a firstclass careen Iachiec both happiness andwhat the world calls success had ho been permitted to follow his own inclinations- I sometimes think that that is why many socalled selfmade men have been such great successes They were usually men who hind nobody to direct them in their early yours with time result that they naturally drifted into the line for which they were by nature most fitted Speaking from my own experience I took up the study of art when a boy at a time when the painters profession was not looped upon with much favor by our people in general In fact they were inclined to look askance at the man who wasted his time over paints and pictures I think it was tho strongest instinct in my nature I took it up of m- own volition and I must say that although my life might not bo regarded as a great success from a material standpoint I havo derived continuous happiness frpm the study and practice of painting ever since r begun what has proved to be my life work In fart I enjoy working at my easel today as much as I did 70 years ago M1ea +e TORNADOES SOUTH TYLER TEX DEVASTATE DY TERRIFIC WINDSTORM SEVERAL PERSONS OEAD Towns ot Motsvllle Soae and Service In Mlululppl Are Blown Away and Many Killed Tyler ToilTyler wna swept by the most disastrous tornmlo in Its history Friday morning about four o clock Coming up from the aomlmwt thn storm swept over the maul KHudsnco section of tho city leaving u trail of death and devastation The known dead In Tylor number four C A Francis agent ot thtt Del las News wlfo and child about uni year old and a negro named Moses Lee SO years of nee Francis was about 2S years of ago and occupied u high pine In the aa toom of his tullowinwrtttnon lilt dead body was found IMO yards trim his wrecked hOrn and the thrh- is child was found In the attrt- Mrs Fronds wee In the wiecKaxr of the bullUIni InjuredSix lnur l They war Irwin Franklin Mn Frank lln and their four children tine or the children Is expected to file They woro caught In the wreckage ot thulr homes Twlve building were wrecked Mud In the contusion which exists It Ic difficult to compile an ac emirate nit of the casuulllr Wires are down In all directions from Tyler and while report from fanners who aro hastening In In na certain the extent of thn damage aro to the effect thut farmhouses nil around Tyler wero blown down It Is Impossible to ascertain tho his of life or to approximate the intent of the disaster It Is known however that the tornado swept everything clean for n distance of five mime DestroyedMeridian amall Mississippi towns wore practically demolished br a tornado Friday Reports of the number killed range from six to ton with tho smaller number probably correct MoMvllle Service anti SOlO aro tho towns dostroyod They are all IB Jonos county and all are very small being merely a handful of scattered dwellings L S Morrison a resident of Mossvllle who came hero after the storm said ho was outdoors during the blow and was compelled to gram n wire fence to keep from being blown away lie said the dead at Mossvtllc are Alec WIndham and wife negroes Near tho town he said tour white persons had boon killed a man and wife and their two children whose names ho did not learn Near Service ono child or Ike HollowAY ia reported dead and also an unknown negro BIG AUTO RACE BEGINS Six Cars Leave New York for the Run to Pub New YorkTho six automobiles contesting In tho Now York toParle race started front Times square For tysccond street and Broadway Wednesday cheered by a throng of Bovcral thousand people Accompanied by moro than 200 motors of all do bcrlptlons tho racing machines made their way up Broadway and Ulvursldo drive to the city limits where they turned north on tho road to Albany From thut city thu ronto to San Francisco which Is thu objrallvo point of the first stake of the trip lies across New York statu to Buffalo thence through Cleveland and Toledo to Chi cago to Omaha Cheynuna Ogden Reno Goldflold Sau Lulu Obispo and San Francisco Mayor McOloJlnn was to have given tin word to start but was delayed and Colgate Hoyt of tho Automobile Club of America took Isle place All traffic ID the neighborhood ot Times square was stopped a holt hour before tho start Automobiles clogged the Intersecting streets and lined tho route for many blocks up llroadway No such aggregation of machines has been neon In or about New York since the last Vandcrbllt cup raco was run A band In thu olllclal grandstand played tho anthems of the nations as the earn lined up for the start A pis tol shot sent Iho contestants away amid tho cheering of tho people Cerveras Rescuer Dies Boston Oeorgo II Norman of Brookline and Newport prominent In society and as n polo player who dls tlngulshcd himself especially whoa as 1an officer on than gunboat Gloucester during tho SpanishAmerican war ho took Admiral Cervera of fun Spanish fleet ff the burning flagship Infanta Marla Teresa died Thursday night at the Corey 11111 hospital In Urooklln Mr Norman went to the hospital two weeks ago to undergo an operation Ho was operated upon twice after which pneumonia developed Fire Fighter Is Drowned New York Deputy Chief Charles W Kriigor lost Isle lire Friday while leading his men In a desperate light against flames In CMIIII street He fell through a trap Into u water filled basement and drowned Ship Wrecked Ten Men Lost Portland OreThu American ship Emily steed went ashore at uu early hour Friday morning ut tbo mouth of the Noualera river on the Oregon coast and broke In two Tea of time crew wero drowned II A GUY FAWKES ADVENTURE How the Ray Got the Best of a Dig Dully Iont you know Tommy I think Its n shimt Just because a fellow watt bravo enough to blow up a whole house of parliament way back in No comber 1C05 that ho should have to bo bunted In effigy every November klncu that time Hilly notkely grinned as ho replied Youre moro tin admirer ot Guy Fnwkus than old Drafty Is then You remember Gruffy called him a coward ly sneak Anyway ho wits careful enough to place n long fuse that led to tho barrels of gunpowder stored In They Tolled In Secrecy the cellar beneath the house so you cant say that he was in any particu lar dancer I dont cro Graffya said too that you should act from prtnelpktnod you cant toll me that Guy FnwkM didnt act from hie prlndpla Tom lilY Fowler kicked his heels doflantljr Against his dusk awaiting further comment from his chum Hilly however refused to enter Into an argument Thats neither metro nor there ssld he weve not to Imro some two tomorrow and since Its No vsmber S wo night as well bum a Guy Fawkes ns anything You can pretend Its an efllgjr of some penton ether than Guy Hawkes If you want to but youve got toholp us rig out n dummy of sonio sort Only wish wo could burn Jack Croton Hoe the cheekiest chap ant tho biggest bully wovo got In Cltoe terville academy and hes getting woran every dsy Tommy muttered Hilly remained In deep thought for coveml minutes Then he responded cure right Tommy And weve moat pot to take him dawn six or seven pegs Two way ho fags those lltllo chaps Is shameful What do you shy to thinking up some sort of scheme to make hint wblstlo tomorrow Nothing was snore agreeable to Tommy Indeed he was In his ele mont when plotting mischief with Hilly Ilerkuly nud there hardly ever passed n day during which the results of these warlike conferences did not ahow themselves Jimmy Durkin was taken Into the confidence of tho two conspirators All that afternoon they tolled In se crecy making n dummy that when completed yan the exact counterpart of Gruffy Jenkins tho Latin master moro often known as Old Gruffy The next evening In a secluded cot nor of tho playground they built a good alzed bonfire Then they bound the arms of tho dummy together In tho back drew an old slouch hat down ovor tho face and put the of flgy In the midst of the material for the fire When this was done Tommy anti Ullly hid themselves bohtrid neighbor ing trees while Jimmy went lu search of Jack Croton Jimmy approached Jack Croton when ho found him and whispered in his ear I say Jack those chaps Tommy Fowler and Hilly Hcrkoly have a Guy Fawkea all to themselves down In a corner of the playground Theyve Just gono away for n tow min utes for Something and loft It Itd be great fun to go and fire It off and burn the whole thing before they got backJack Cretans small eyes twinkled maliciously Come along well do It now Selfish llttlo brutes to think theyd enjoy it all by themselves Would servo em right to loso their GuyThe next Instant found tho bonfire In flames Jack was standing by lausMng at his work when Hilly and Tummy rushed up demanding fiercelyWhat have you done Help usl Have you burned Gruffy Burned Gruffy stammered Jack Of course didnt you understand J Hilly and 1 have had n long grudgo against hlra so we i tripped him up and before he know what was being done pad him gagged and bound Then to frighten him wo sat him up amidst time bonfire to make him be love wo Were going to burn him Jack Orolou youre a murderer Tommy and Hilly shrank back aghast Moaesl huskily gasped tho bully seems to mo that coat and lint did look familiar Hut you know I didnt moan It You know I didnt mean It boysJimmys voice shook though not with terror as he said Yes but youve got tef toll that to the doctor Tell the doctor Oh I cairV and tho big follow whimpered rIte ono of tho little chapa ho had often treated BO cruelly Thou tho three lod tiro fchrluJtlnR fellow up tho stops of tho dootor houio nnd watched him tU t ppetu within thu door Jock Croton left tho nobool u low days litter Ho couldnt sttiua the chaff that wont round about the hum Ing of Grtilty An tho kwt tzIOOtIIAIt ho loft was Ttill Tom Fowler and un Berko- ly that Ill bo revenged ou them If It takes a lifetime Milt tho two had heard tmrcnto iron bullies before and had Ito eXha fool ing but Joy that tho onwuy et nmrly every ono In the acadonur had at last departed Los Angoleu EfaneH THROWING THE ARROW Sport Which Is In Great Favor with 1 Yorkshire MIneis In certain parts of Yorkb s England the miners amuse thomJvel bv practicing a pastime of grunt anti quity known as throwing ibn arrow Tho implements are no staple nnd tho results so MtonlnMuG that two short doEOrvoa wldur ruoemvlUou- The arrow Is really only a limit rod of wood without laced or fc4ther in Yorkshire It is invariably rondo ot hazel hut any wood which la bolh fight and rigid will servo wow or loim SMtUtactorlly It should however be thoroughly soanoned Tile pvculliir ad vantage of teasel consists la the fact that It lane a largo central lib wblch insures IlgutneM and n band outer shell which make for rifltllty I The arrow should bo 3t liiolies long ClItxttnlks of an inch hi diameter nt the hond a quarter of mt Inch h the center sad Direetsixteouibs at thi tall explains ICdwnnl Wlttiitoi Freest In Youths Companion stud t be greeter ogre taken to mako It JK fleetly smooth sad straight the ra liar It wilt fir Tko lnwd loot a rotuidtd point a+ sbowH in Ftg U The only onr thing required Is n plat ojt herd ttroM string about OXMmUI o r an lack IH diameter and 29t thOII long In this a double knot itt UM onohalf inch twin the omL IlnvInK made n tteaell mark round the arrow at a dlstrnce of 1C Inchon from H hood tho thrower hitches thin HtrIi K over tilt knot and about the arrow a tho Kmell mark ns shown In Vn A It will be iron that so kung as the pull on the string continues to In toward tho head of tho iwrvw tin knot will hold but ns sooa as Jlu pull comes from the opposite direction tho string slips off With the hood of tho arrow hail toward tho body tho loooo anti of the string Is wound four or fW times about tho end of tho forefinger uf tho right hand and tho arrow ItaeU Is hold lightly close to Ita head between the thumb and the second nod third lingers ns Is shown In Fig B- In throwing tho arrow L1 hflVl at arms length in front of thu body drawn back nod then cast forward and upward by a powerful jerk ot the armTho movement of the arm U wisely below tho top of the shouhlcr but tho arrow should bo Inclined upward nt an Anglo of about 4u Uogrcca as It leaves the hand Fig C Thou string of course slips off as the arrow startsThe distance to which an arrow may bo thrown by this slmpto toHhod U astonishingaAmong the Yorkshire mlnoru nn nr 0 UfromIs tho record which coo man at tanned The propelling power U applied largely by the first finger aaJ the greatest difficulty with beginners li that they are apt to grip the arrow too tightly with tho second anti third lingers at tho moment when it fcJiould leave tho hand CAN YQU DO ITT Trace the Diagram Without Removing Pencil or Crossing Line Wo Indicate by tho arrows bow al seemingly Impossible drawing feat can be done Make a drawing nimllar to tho ono shown only leaving out the arrows and ask your friends If they can draw the design without removingt tho pencil from the paper or croaslnpia line It will orove a tmzuler to them t m tAS IN WASHINGTONS DAY Frauoccs Tavern Restored to Its Old Time Aspect Au u u fIII WASHINGTON might recognize tho exterior of Frounces Tavern should ho ride down Inroad street Now York In these drays hut once Inane there would be R num ber of details which would be novel to him As ho entered the Colonial hall ho would SM waiter In modern bob fallen evening coats flitting about Burning honest tips Instead of being jiormlttetl to climb tho stalls to tho Long Itooin whore ho Lads farewell to hla olllcom otter the oloso of then volullon ho might bo Invited to go till in an olevator Pawing the taproom on bin way to the elevator pos sibly tiu would be urged to try a cigar bnat Virginia loaf Ills eyes BC iuotnmed to guttering candle would l l o astonished at the steady glow or- cMetrie lights Md doubUeen ho would want to know more about the way In which Kronfcllni linhtalng could bo secured on a clear day for UK in Hunting Ills quick oar would detect tho click of Ut typewriter ash Stepped through the passage toward the Lung Itoom although lie inlKht not recognise the drill of the peculiar noted and htt would be niyxtl Ilinl at UH apcctacle of a man talking Into a tuteptono receiver Fnuuteea Tavern tho oldest land mark lu New York city como Into tbo public iye now more because on Ikcomber 4 1007 the Izlth anniver vary of UuAhlngUma farewell to his ufflctna In the big dining room of tho old Inn the roilnrod building was for mally turned over by the committee Inning the nwloratloM in charge to the ornor his Sons of till Hevolu Inn and two tablvU wore unrolled Tho reception to the RIIIMIM was heh In the hall of tho Chamber of Com ii Tco after the tablets were unveiled Ono of tho tablets was attached to the wall of rho fatuous lanf Hoom In which Washingtons hrHorlo and lonohiujc farewell to his comrades and u lntnulfi occurred mid tho other affinal to tho exterior Tim btnttiry of tho blinding Is eon rla Vy told an Uw tablet placed In tho IxioK llooiu It reads Frauncua Tavern erected 1719 Queens Head Tavern 170t Chamber of Cotumnrcc founded here 1708 headquarters of Committee of Car rcxpoodonco of CI 1774 this room tho scene of the farewell of Gen Wash ington to his officers December 4 1783 Sons of the Revolution reor ganised hero December 1 J88J the proixirty purchased by the Suns ot the Itovoliitlonln the state of New York 1901 formal occupation taken by thu House tho Revolution Decem her 4 1007 WlL Morecrcau the architect who mado the restoration after much In vestigation of all the evidence drew tho ilnnlgu which has been realized In tho building as It stands today It U now tuippoticd to look as It appeared when Washington visited It and all ot tho bricks and timbers remaining of the building which was known as FniutKHM Tavern are still In tho places they then occupied All of tho Improvcmcnia of after years In eluding tho gtnmlll of recent times have bncit removed Tho restoration U based on an nd Tortlfloraont printed In 1775 In which Frnuixxs offered lily Inn for salp and described It ns threestories high uvvwith a tile nnd lead roof has 14 fire places a most excellent largo kitchen Ono dry collars with good and con venient offices etc The earliest plo turo of It is dated ISM This showed tho building as it appeared after Its recovery from tho damage caused by the great fire ot 1835 In tho same year It was again visited by fire This time the Iong noom was burned out and the wall on tho Pearl street side above tlta second story fell outward When tho building wan restored this time It was mado five stories high with a tint roof and barring tho sa loon on tho ground floor looked as It did until Uio recent restoration Fif teen years ago tho building was shored up and with the exception ot the corner plors tho walls of the Oral story wore replaced with plato glass When tho building was dismantled fur restoration tho lines ot the old Fraunces Tavern Restored roof Indicating the top of tho walls and tho elope and height of tho root were found In the walls Tho differ once In tho bricks in tho walls also helped to determine what portion was old and what modern It will bo ob served that tho wall fronting on Dread street Is of thin yellow bricks Those are tho same kind an are found in the old Dutch church In Tarrytown In order to scours an additional supply to flll up tho opening on the tint floor they had to bo mado to order In a yard In Holland whore bricks of the some size and kind are still made The bricks ou tho Pearl street sldo are red As they are an Inch longer and somewhat thinner titan the bricks made today It was only by searching through many yard tape measure In hand and picking up abnormal bricks that enough could bo secured to piece out tile original wall Uy such moans the old building was put back into a shape that would probably bo recog nized by Black Sam Fraunces If he should appear today Tho property which Is now used as tho headquarters of tho Sons of the evolution In Now York represents an expenditure of nearly = 150000 tho restoration alone having cost nearly 60000 It Is looked upon as a memorial of Frederick S Tallmadge who was tho president of tho society and bequeathed to it n sum sufllclent to pay the cost of restoration Tho tab let on tho outside of tho building commemorates his name and contains his portrait as well as a history of tho building Washington the Friend of Peace The friends of humanity will depre cato war wheresoever It may appear My first wish Is to see this plague ot mankind banished from the earth and tho suns and daughters of this world employed In more pleasing and Innocent amusements than In preparing Implements and exercising them for the destruction of mankind Wash ington vFrauncesthe Street Are Shown the Ruins efthi Fire of 1778 lnll THE REAL JESUS I II8yREV A C DIXON D D- Putorof I MoodraChurch 6 W T S Gilbert Wont and Lord Little ton agreed to seep tho overthrow of Christianity by proving that the resurrection of Jesug and tho con version of Paul were myths After careful research West was con vinced that tho proof In favor of tho resurrection of Christ w a B so overwhelming that he could not reject it without doing violence to his reason nnd Littleton was equally convinced that tho evi deuce in favor of tho conversion of Paul was so abundant and clear that ho could not bo loyal to the demands of n healthy reason and reject It When tho two friends met to compare notes they wore ready to worship him whose religion they had sought to discredit Their arguments published In a book I have road are unanswer able proving that a tmo rationalism which patiently Investigates and draws fair conclusions from established inemlm cannot tall to convince the earnest eeekwr after truth that Jesus was all that the New Testament writers claim for him A Strange Mixture The nwertlon of a Chicago rabbi that the Apostle Ian produced thu Christ of Christianity Js certainly com plimentary to Paul until he Informs ut that Paul was a poor honest epilog tic whose conversion was a hallucina tion ho had during one of his epilep tic fits That bewilders us nnd Bug gwit that unbelief COil bellovo somo very nbbiird think If epilepsy eau make a man like Paul who In turn produce such n character 03 Christ it behooves civilization to establish Institutions for generuilng and culti voting epilepsy for tho benefit of com lug generations It was Christ who made Paul and without Christ Iaul hall never been heart of as a Christian preach er or writer Indeed tho only rational explanation of Paul Is the fact that the risen living Jesus met hint on tho Damascus road and transformed the ilory persecutor Into an ardent missionary However it Is to tho credit of tho rabbi that ho frankly admits tho hlatqrlclty of Jesus Dud tho honesty of the apostles This shows that ho has gray matter In his brain The Only Explanation Christianity Is n religion of facts which Interpreted by sound reason Provo that Jesus was not n product of the ago In which ho lived but God incarnate No other explanation antis factorily explains him Every other explanation Is simply au attempt to explain him away Jesus Claimed that he was the Sou of Man and that thought was not born of tho ago In which ho lived He was not Jew enough for tho Jew nor Roman enough for tho Homnn nor Greek enough for tho Greek Jesus claimed that ho was the Son of God As the Son of man ho was truly man and as Son of God ho was truly God Ho said Ho that hath stet mo loath seen tho Father John 119 Many men before and after Jesus have tried to demonstrate the existence of God Ho made no such attempt Ills mission was to manliest God In his own person A Unique Claim Jesus claimed that ho was himself tho antidote for ull evil Men have presented their schemes for remedying cjrthB Ills but Jesus stands alone In presenting not a system but his own personality as capable of supply ing the need of tho soul He said I am tho brcailVif life I am tho way I am tho truth I am tho life I nm the light of tho world Come unto mo all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest A Unique Mission Tho mission of Jesus was to estab lish a kingdom not of title world John 1830 Such a thought was not of this world The Jews were looking for a temporal king to deliver them from Roman rule If Jesus had taken hold of their Idea and used it for his own advancement ho would hayo acted like a rant and his suc cess could have been explained like tho success of Napoleon nnd Washington On the contrary ho opposed tho leaders of publlo opinion and began the establishment of a kingdom which lives today after tho kingdoms of Greece Rome and Egypt have cease to exist A yong man a poor me chanic front a mountain village with no rich powerful allies does this In three years And ho does It by tho deliberate sacrifice of himself Men have died martyrs to their mission But man has never yet planned martyrdom as a part of his mission Jesus told his disciples that ho would go to Jerusalem and bo cnidRiS and on tho third day rise again Mutt 1C 31 He provides for a memorial of his death Men do not build monuments to their defeats Tim French have no monuments to call Waterloo In mind But Jesus would have his followers to remember not the Mount of Tiansflguratiou but Cal vary not his glory but hie shame In deed ho makes his shaiuo tho test uv 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pattern No 2209 SIZE NAME ADDRESS MISSES SHIRTBLOUSE Paris Pattern No 15O4Thlitsmart looking shirt waist U In Peter Pan style but with the regulation shirt sleeves It will bo developed In fancy flannels and silts and all sorts of novelty shirtings but must bo strictly tailored An oddlyshaped yokefacing Is applied on the back which Is otter wise plain Tho fronts are closed through a wIde boxplait at the center and n tuck Is made quite close to the sleeve from the shoulder nearly to the bust giving desirable breadth A pointed patch pocket with turnover pointed lap Is stitched on the left trout ft button and buttonhole secur ing the lap The pattern Is In three sizes13 to 17 years For a miss of 15 years the blouse requires 4 I yards of material 20 inches wdc 2 yards SO Inches wide or 2e yards 42 Inches wideTo procure this pattern send 10 cents to Pattern Editor otllco of this paper Write nnmo nnd address plainly and be lure to glvd tiro and number of pattern No15L4 SIZE NAME I ADDRESS 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general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions wit compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure n diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course aa fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ceiv man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclassrcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches iioccv nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea Collego Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than no pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Dcrea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness i 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 maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Borea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding sell farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except in win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cent a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a weoL- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage boob etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho beet but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniform umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College nsUs no rant for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room reut to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and wishing of beading and towels For table board without coffee or extras 1135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term J400 In lower Model Schools JGOO in courses with Latin and t700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by Tho term board by tho half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day S2105 including 100 deposit middle ot term 915- WINTER12 weeks 2900In one payment 2860 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle d term 900 REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permission before the end ot a term receive back for money advanced On board in full except that no allowance Is made tae any traction of a weekOn room nil but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction ot a monthOn Incidental foe a certificate allowing tho student to apply the amount O advanced for term bids when he returns jirovldod U Is within tour term f but making no allow anco for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhat you have made your Journey and are wall started In school it pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DlVr tho winter term la January 1 190S For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY a a That Premium Knife takes tho eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people elks a good thing when they see it and to got a 75 cent knifo with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in tho worldaThe Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar That brings in subicriptions all the time Jf you have not got it sox ouelit to bar t 1 4 u I f d J I 0 Yt i f A F 1 h t1 i v j oJ J7f I J ITHE HOME I Batter Cakes and Qulc Coughs GENERAL DIRECTIONS Always stet the flour before meas uringWith bakingpowder use sweet milk or water for raising Allow two level teaspoonfuls of bakingpowder to each cup of flour used With sour milk use soda In the proportion of one level teaspoonful to a pint of sour milk If the sour milk Is more than twentyfour hours old a very little more soda may be used Mash the soda free from lumps before measuring NEVER STIR THE SODA INTO THE SOUR MILK BUT SIFT IT WITH THE FLOUR Owing to a chemical change In the milk made by the souring bread rats ed with sour milk and soda is more tender than that mado with sweet milk and whenever possible the sour milk should be used for mixing bat ter cakes and corn breads PROPORTIONS Flours differ very much as to the amount of water they will absorb For this reason It Is im possible to give the exact amount of flour to be used In doughs In general One measure of flour to one of liq uid makes a batter Two measures of flour to one of liquid makes a muffin mixture Three measures of flour to one of liquid makes a soft dough Four measures of flour to one of liquid makes a stiffer dough that can be rolled thin as for pie crust or cookiesSOUR MILK BATTERCAKES OR WAFFLES lii cup flour Vt tablespoonful soda 34 teaspoonful salt 1 tablespoonful sugar 1 cup sour milk Yolks of 2 eggs Whites of 2 eggs orlardMix and sift the dry materials wellbeatenand lastly cut in the whites of the hotwellgreased cakesdrop skllletfarnot run together Tho batter shouldbe thin enough to spread when drop andbrowneda knlreDoTURNING TO TAFT CoatiBHtd trove Pint raze law and his business and political associations havo been n handicap to- T slug Presidential aspirations in the present state of the public mind and even his most devoted friends concede that he Is practically out of the race Tho tide has boon running so strong for Taft for several months that the reactionary leaders In their doeporatlon are trying to concentrate on Governor Itughua of New York and he is now the only hope of those who are determined to administer a rebuke to President Roosevelt Harriman and Odell and all tho cor rupt corporation managers and stock jobbing politicians of New York have t consolidated their forces behind Hughes altho thoy do not wholly like him because they recognize In him their only hope of defeating Taft who would have carried New York State Itself against any other candidate than the Governor t Kentucky Is overwhelmingly fort President Roosevelt and his policies for Judge Taft at heart and In the I present movement of the reactionary and progressive elements for the con trol of the National Convention and the party we do not believe the State can afford to throw away its great Influence or cast a shadow of doubt on Its loyalty to the great cause by dividing Its delegation with Mr Fairbanks or any one else The masseS of Kentucky Republi cans and independent Democrats are for Judge Taft and If he Is the nom inee the State will be found In the Republican column In November for the second time In its history In a Presldental year Estimable gentleman that ho Is VicePresident Fairbanks could not carry Kentucky and wo doubt If any KentUckian who supports him for sentimental reasons thinks there would be any chance of success In this State It he were at the head of the ticket Judge Taft has demonstrated his overwhelming popularity with tho i1Y enough to brown cakes quickly but not hot enough to burn thorn before they are baked through SWEET MILK BATTERCAKES 1U cup flour 2j teaspoons bakingpowder i teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar 1 cup sweet milk Yolks 2 eggs Whites 2 eggs 1 tablespoon melted butter or lard Mix same as battercakes with sour milk FRUIT GRIDDLE CAKES Roll 1 cup of huckleberries rasp berries or blackberries In flour and stir Into a battercake mixture just before baking Servo with syrups These are ice for a hot dessert for dinner or as a supper dish- APPLE GRIDDLE CAKES Add 1 cup of finely chopped apples to the battercake mixture Bake all fruit battercakes more slowly than the ordinary mixture Servo with syrup slightly flavored with lemon or ginger root BANANA GRIDDLE CAKES Add 1 cup of thinly sliced bananas to the cake batter Just before baking RICE OR OATMEAL CAKES Use 1 cup of cold rice or oatmeal In place of half the Hour In either of above recipes for simple batter cakesBREAD PANCAKES Soak crumbs and bits of bread In milk or water until sort Mash and uso 1 cup of the crumb mixture In place of a part of tho flour This cake batter should be rather stiff BISCUIT WITH SOUR MILK 2 cups flour- teaspoonful soda 1 teaspoonful salt 2 tablespoonfuls lard or butter 7CUP sour milk Mix flour soda and salt and sift together Work In shortening with tips of the fingers Add gradually the sour milk mixing with a knife or the hand to a soft dough OwIng to the difference In flour It Is Impos sible to give the exact amount of flour needed to a given amount of liquid Enough flour must be used to make the dough just stiff enough to handle Flour the bread board well roll lightly to onehalt inch in thickness cut out with a biscuit cutter place on a greased or floured pan and bake quickly people In tho remarkable fact that he is the only candidate who has any strength outside his home State and no ono questions that tho Roosevelt pollclee appeal to the masses of all parties Why then risk defeat in Kentucky and In the NaUen by indirectly aiding a movement which has Its ultimate purpose the nomi nation of an aattRooeveIt man upon an antiRoosevelt platform Kentucky is for Taft and wo bo hove it will so declare In IU county districts and State conventions Lex ington Leaden Tho enemies of Roosevelt and Rooseveltlsm havo forced tho issue and created the present situation Tho President desired that all can- dIdates should have an even chance He caused It to be known that ho hoped each bona fldo aspirant would receive tho Indorsement of his own State He did not assail nor discour age Cannon or Fairbanks though both were known to be opposed to his policies Ho gave to Secretary Taft precisely the same encourage ment that ho gavo to Senator Knox Compared with Taft Hughes was an unknown quantity Wall street knew exactly what to expect of Taft With Hughes a man utterly Inex perienced In any save New York local matters swung suddenly into what naturally would bo a maze of na tional and International affairs the Wall street leaders saw tho gamblers chance of breaking him In to do theyknowThis lineup has been in progress for weeks The whole drifts of sentiment has been that way Tho anti Roocevelt feeling hast been tested throughout the country and It has been found ready to unite on Hughes lit ho sanctlonpd the use of his name The announcement of his candidacy a few days ago was all that was nec essary It means that both sides will champIonsTart Wall street is always wise enough to take the best It can get If It cannot get just what it wants In Hughes it knows it has not a sycophantic tool or subservient supporter The nomination of Hughes would be a defeat both of Itooso volt and Roosoveltlsm not only a personal rebuko but a moral rout of tho policies which Roosevelt rev presentsThe of Roosoveltlsm means national surrender to tho money power and tho force ot evil What ever may bo In the mind of Hughes this would bo the consequence of his nomination Philadelphia North AmericanTho Advocate of Bar bourvlllo Ky in its enthusiasm for VicePresident Fairbanks has been led to attack the judicial character and integrity ot Judgo Taft because of his decision in the minor Ken tucky contests that were appealed to the United States Circuit Court at Cincinnati In tho spring ot 1900 In an effort to have tho Federal Court tako jurisdiction on the ground that the Republican offlcals wero being robbed In the State tribunals and denied the rights guaranteed to them by the National Constitution- It matters little to our esteemed Barbourvlllo contemporary that tho Supremo Court of tho United States subsequently decided by an almost unanimous vote that tho position taken by Judgo Taft was right and that tho decision of tho Kentucky tribunals ot the several contest cases could not be appealed to tho Federal CourtsJudge A R Burnam former Chief Justice ot the Kentucky Court of Appeals was subjected to tho same abuso as the Advocate now heaps upon Judge Taft for deciding against his fellow Republican In the Goobel Taylor contest for tho Governorship This case was carried to tho United States Supreme Court and its decision completely sustained Judgo Bur nam and tho majority of the Court of Appeals that agreed with him In his view of tho law Wo know enough about tho stalwart Republicanism of Judge Taft and Judge Burnam to understand how much pleasure It would have given them to decide these casts in such a way as to rebuke tho Demo cratic tribunals that sanctioned the theft of that State government ot Ken tucky under forms of law but thoy laid their Republicanism aside when they ascended the bench and con structed the State and Federal Con stitution and the lawn without regard to the interests of political parties The Mountain Advocate Is published at the borne ot Caleb Powers who has suffered greater wrong thanIany other man In the Kentucky at the hinds of judges who carried their polities on the bench and it ill becomes our Barbourvllle contemporary to berate as pure a man aa ever won judicial ermine because be could not square the Federal law to meet the wishes of his Republican friends In Kentucky Instead of denouncing Taft and Burnam Republicans ought to holt them up to the world H Ideal jurists- If the campaign for Mr Fairbanks in this State Is to be based upon such an assult upon tbe Judicial Integrity of Judge Taft then we ought to never again utter a com plaint against a partisan judiciary In KoutuekyLexington Lender A roador ot Unity hands us a clip ping for an editorial note It Is concerning tho fireman who high upon tho ladder is checked by tho flame and smoke on his way to rescue a child A voice fn tho crowd below cried Cheer him Cheer himi Up went tho shout of the multitude and through flame and smoko went tho fireman seized the child and brought It safely to Its mothers arms We1 accept the other editors comments as our own No matter what worthy thing people are trying to do give them n bracing cheer You will never know how much you i can accomplish by a bit ot voice and breath So ends the commen tary Unity adds neither will you ever know how much you can defeat by a bit of volca and breath Tho chronic grumbler tho everlasting whine ot the man or woman who says It cant bo dono Why dont you do It some other Is It worth while Vhepo are the heaviest makeweights of progress UnItyHYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts c general banking business We invite you specially to place to least a portion of your account with us whether large or small d Jb JO JO JI HYBIN KY A DEATH STRUGGLE This Is How Our Correspondent I Characterizes Senatorial Fight t and Local Option Bill t 4LL OTHER INTERESTS SUFFER Session of Kentucky I Half Over and Practically Nothing Has Been Done Nor Is There Much Pros pect ofAnythlng Being Done Until the Senatorial Deadlock Is Broken Interesting Notes on the Tense Sit uatlon Prevailing at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Feb ISTho sena torial race and the county unit local option bill are still In the throes of a death struggle that Is liable to drag every other Interest Into its vortex and all sink or swim as a result of that struggle The session Is over halt gone and practically nothing has been done Doth sides are afraid to vote on any Important legislation for fear It may have some effect on the sena tonal fight The tobacco legislation is being neglected school legislation is being neglected In fact everything is being postponed or neglected The legislative bodies remain In session but a short time each day end seem positively averse to doing any serious work Tho Democrats say the county unit bill will pass tho house this week while the Republicans say It will not Those who claim to be the best posted say just as they did last week that a senator will not be elected till the county unit bill Is disposed of finally in some way Of course there are all kinds of rumors about It One man will tell you that ho heard a Democrat who has been yoUng for Bcckham say If Bradley could get enough votes to tie Beckham he would walk out of the house and not vote on that ballot thus electing Bradley Another man will tell you that ho line heard three or four Republicans who are strong for the county unit bill say that If the few liquor Democrats try to combine with the Republicans and elect anyone but Bradley they will voto for Deck ham Still another man will toll you that the county unit bill has nothing to do with It and that Bradley will win as soon ns ono of the Democrats In the house Is unseated which event will occur this week or next This legislature is not far behind its predecessors lu tho number of scarecrow bills before It By soaro crow bills Is meant bills that are in troduced Just to sear some corpora tlon or some Interest into doing something or paying something to liars the bill defeated A story Is told on one green member that he asked an old member how he could Ret some rail road passes for his friends lie was told that the proper and usual way was to Introduce a bill to require all railroads to push their trains with lo coaotlves Instead of pulling them lie drew up the bill and was about to otter It but his joking friend found It out Just In time to prevent it The average new number wishes to make a reecord too sad keeps his cam paten promises by introducing bills on all Imaginable subjects The titles to these bllll are published In the newspapers and usually that Is the last ever heard of them for they die in the committee and the author re turn home and tells how he made a desperate effort to have Ida Important measures pealed but he could make no headway because the corporations fought them when as a matter Of faot no corporation probably ever hoard of hits hills They have mado a reo cord though and usually run for congress on it then retire to the cool Ing shades of private life This Is not always the case however for five or the Kontuckv congressmen viz A D Jlmbnlliserved In the legislature Congress men Ollle James Owslpy Stanley Swagor Sherley Joe Rhlnock J B Bennett and D C Edwards had never served In the legislatureS During tho first two weeks of this session It looked like every member of the legislature wanted to havo the honor of Introducing a bill to repeal the dogtax law Two or three bills were Introduced every day to repeal It and It was freely predicted that tho first bill passed would be ono to take the tax oft of dogs A change has taken place however and now it seems very doubtful if the tax Is repealed at all Nearly all them repeal bills were the result of campaign promises the candidates pledging themselves to Introduce a bill to repeal the dog tax as soon as the legis lature met They have kept the prom- Ises but now tho sheep men are mak ing themselves felt Several delega lions of farmers from different coun ties have appeared before tho commit tees having the bills In charge and while the discussions have been warm and the anti dog tax men have teen In slstent there has been a decided change In sentiment The sheep male era say tho law Is just now beginning to be understood and Its effect appre elated that hundreds of sheep wero net year by dogs but tho own ers have been paid full valuo for the sheep something that was never done before They urge that If the law Is given a further trial of two years it will never be repealed as It will be thoroughly demonstrated In that time that the law Is aa absolute necessity and works no hardship on anyone S So far only two bills have passed both houses and are ready for tho approval of tho governor these two bo fag a bill giving the governor tho pow er to appoint a stenographer for his omco and a bill providing for soveral messengers and stenographers for the senate and house A number of bills however have passed one house and may pass the other before the icsslon ends amongst tho number being the Crecellus tobacco bill which provides a heavy fine for a violation of a con tract to pool tobacco It hat passed the houso nnd may como up In tho son ate this week and be passed The Newman bill to prevent tho sale of adulterated or mIsbranded field seeds has passed tho senate andIt carries with It an appropriation of 2000 a year to have seeds tested by the Ex periment Station and If found tobe adulterated or misbranded the dealer will be fined The Newman bill appro priating 40000 for buildings on the state fair grounds In Louisville has also passed the senate Other bills that have passed the senate but not the house are as follows Appropriat lag 30000 a year to carry Into effect the bill to prevent the sale of adul terated or misbranded foods drugs and liquors Fixing tho salary of the lieutenant governor at 2500 per year Providing for a vote on tho question of amending the constitution so that property may bo classified for taxation Giving tho builder of a partnership line fence n lien on the land for the cost of tho fence- Appropriating 50000 for a new governors mansion The following bills havo passed the house but not the senate The Crecellus tobacco bill the 111 lard pure food drug nnd liquor bill which is the same as the bill passed by tho senate Polities must be a very fascinating game for It seems as It It onco gets a good hold on a young man ho never lets It alone As an example of this the two nominees for United States senator W O Bradley and J C W Bcckham woro both In their boyhood pages In the Kentucky house of top resentatives They both became Im hued with politics while associating with tho politicians In tho legislature and both have followed tho game till each Is the recognized head of his par ty In Kentucky Bradley was a page In the historical sessions of 1S6IG2 bolng appointed to the position by Sorgeant at Arms John I Smedloy Twenty ymrs later In 188162 Beck ham served as page being appointed by William K Ralley of Woodford county who was aergennt at arms that session A strong ngkt Is being made cape dally by the Shelby county dairymen against the Simmons Mils which seeks to eradicate tubervnto from dairy cattle by the compulsory admin istration of the tuberculin teat understate supervision and providing for an Indemnity not exceeding 56 for east Infected cow that Is destroyed by or der of the state authorities Dr 11 D 11011 maD president of the Kentucky Dairymen association sad others who have urged the passage of the Mil say It Is In the Interest of public health and Is the only way to secure pure milk Then who oppose the bill say the tuberculin test Is not at all Infallible sad not nearly so good aa tbe bactrrlnlntfral test and Intimate that the bill Is really In the Interest of the veterinary surgeons The bill ls the outgrowth of the campaign In Uw cities for Iurn end better milk but It Is doubtful about It being passed The following new bills of Importance have been Introduced the put weekAot providing for oSeial BtMQrnph ors for circuit courts at 1100 pot year salaryAot to award tho deposits In tho hands of tho state treasurer and shoe iffs to the highest bidder Act to prevent tho opening of the atros on Sunday Act to prohibit any offlcoholdor from serving as coimnlttoinon for any politi cal party Act to reduce the state tax on Im suranco premiums from 2 on tho 100 to 1 on the tOO Act to regulate the manner In which common carriers shall settle claims for loss of or damage to freight shIpped in this state Act to nithorlro the uso of tho old state houso building In Frankfort for another state normal school Act to provide for bettor school houses and to establish a stato board of construction and Inspection for school buildings Act authorising the commissioner of agriculture to furnish poison to the tobacco growers of each county and appropriating money to pay expenses of warfare against tho tobacco fly The constitution provides that not more than two proposed amendments to It can be voted on by the people at anyone election and that the leglsla ture shall not authorize a voto on more than two amendments at any ono ses lion The senate has already passed two bills authorizing votes on two pro Res81uIIIIunlesscur in those already passed This cuts tiff any chance to vote on the amend ment which proposes to allow a voto of the whole state on prohibition un til next session One of tho two bills passed by the senate proposing an amendment to the constitution is of vital Importance as it provides for the lasslfloation of property for taxation JOHN H STUART THE MARKET IIerea Prices Eggs per dozl20e Butter per lb1520c Potatoes Irlch per buO SOJ1 00 Apples per bulIiO21i0 Bacon per lb 1220c Ham per lb 170 Lard per Ibl0120 Turkeys undressed 10llc RabbIts each lie Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb 12 cIWalnuts per bu 40GOc Live Steck Louisville Fob 19 1908 Choice export steers 4 76 5 25 l Light shipping steora 4 CO 4 71 Choice butcher steers 4 CO C 00 Medium butcher Btrs 4 00 4 CO Common butcher steers 3 25 4 00 Choice butcher heifers 3 85 4 40 Medium butcher heifers 340 3 S5 Common butcher heifers 2 75 3 40 Choice butcher cows 3 CO 4 26 Medium butcher cows 3 00 3 CO Common butcher cows 2 25 3 00 Canners 1 00 2 25 Choice fat oxen 4 25 4 75 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 4 Choice bulls 3 25 3 SO Medium bulls 2 GO 3 25 i Common bulls 2 00 2 CO Cholco veal calves G BO 7 00 Medium veal calves 4 OGOO Common calves 2 CO 3 00IGood feeders 4 26 4 Medium feeders 3 76 4 26 I Common feeders 3 25 3 76 ChoIce stock steers 3 76 4 96 Medium stock strain 3 26 3 76 i Common stock steers 2 75 3G Choice stock hotfoot 3 00 3 CO Medium stock holfors 2 5 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 GO 3wi Choice mulch cows 36 00 40 00 Medium mlleh cows 2 00 30 00 Common mlloh cows 10 00 20 00 noos Cholco packers and butchers 200 to 300 lbs 4 00 Medium packers and butchers 100 to 200 lbs 4 CO ChoIce pips WMO lbs 4 M Light pigs 140 Iba 4 00 4N Light shippers lSi180 lbe 4 M 9rRoughs 110400 lbs 2 SO 4 00 sour Choice fat ahep 4 00 4 10 Medium sheep I 60 4 00 Common sheep 2 00 S 00 Ducks 100 260 Choice lambs C tO 6 BO Good botcher tomb 4 M S 00 Cato and tolltadi 3 00 4 00 MUSS POIUCf8 M kI 7InedluoSHOrLIiKRS 654e per Ih BACONTlar rib sldrN ii4 gr r ular dear Hide Hc breakfast 1111011- J MVic sucar void shoulder s be con extra I IxtllMi light 11110 m4s- ey 10H LAUD Print steam in tlrr Pfcc pure Jmf In UfCW 1041 In lull Mfec DH1KU I1BHF lie KOO8 CUM count le Jtr n candled Be- BUTTER JOc per lb POULTRYaprine chlckoM small lft16 per lb large I2o MW lOc ducks small young 12e oM te turkeys young JOe old to geese lot rabbits 110 per do- SQUIRRELSU5 per riot WIIHATNtt 2 red and long berrr 100 No 3 red and long berry 9Sa CORN No 2 white OOo No 3 mixed OO- oOATSNov 2 whlto too NO 2rmixed C2c RYENo 2 Northern 92c Tan Bark Price at tho depot at Berea per cord i1 00 Ties- TIESPrIce at tha station at Bores Firsts 48c culls 20cboth 8 and 8 4 toot lengths Spokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Berea for black or shell bark hickory spokes split or sawed Per Thoui First size A and B grade S 1C 00 First size O grade 0 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and B grade 21 00 Second slzo C grade J2 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B grade 25 00 Third size C grade 12 00tFourth size A and B grade 30 00 ond size Is 2 In on the heart 2 in First sIze Is 1 v in on the heart 1 in deep and 28 to 10 In long Sec deep and 30 In long Third sIze Is 2U In on tho heart 2y In deep and 30 in long Fourth size is 2ya In on the heart 2ln deep and 30 In long A B grade is good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free horn defects C grade is good sound white tim ber that Is lighter In weight and growth Is finer and not so heavy as the A B grade It must be free from defects also and full to size r SUFFERING IS- IOESPREAD11 SICK ONES COULD NOT ESCAPE WHOM THE RISING WATERS RLOODED THE HOMES MILES OF TERRITORYIS Live StINk Perished In Considerable PcIBndefivor to Save Property Received i PitrsbnrK Feb 17After reaching 307 ftof soon Sunday mud remain Ink at tiri IItag for three hours the high uuii in tlto rivers It now slowly iwceu n TOO dmwr tnnrk In this Uy u kJ fed fho damage and auf trll T u U4 l by the annual Hood It widijtnad Ai far ne to known thorn lint tKii lu lose of human life and this U uurilmtod lo the early warn Inp of DM local United Stntos worth 1Ilvotook IMW porlshetl In considerable numbers and thorn aro ninny re ports of petitcnc having narrow on 5 eb M In mi endeavor to nave their l property Mlles of territory In Irani r nnd vicinity is sub 1nlergttl and It will be some tlmo bu 31aro the wulor will bo heck In tho nunuoroucrIhmtios In the down tuwa portion of IMttaburg are attempting to clear the cellars of their bulldliiRH ot wntor- Uvery fow fret along the sidewalk arc mm pumping the water and huts dreds of Ihono little Btreums can bo seen spouting Into the strcou Bloc rlr light plant In three bulldlitRMnnd ether valiiRblo machinery Is practical Iy a total loss The actual monotary damage ron not bo ftHccrUliiwl at thin tlmo hut from sit atiCQUtils It wilt run up to several wlflt dollani The aunerlng canted by jLtajJilgH water Is Intense Thou tMraons are living In the up iI n t of their lawea using skiffs ie j1 s of tr NMNlaUon TIle IowsX Ions of their homes are nil mi WII vsi4rr- IN t ray luntances the ho ehokl rod ui not removed owing lo a hack f tI md chairs tables ptanos MOO irfr iu are floalinc shout the nomCa ti isms suffering of the viI lIme trGrew cold tnnday awl nut i 11 Tii gas connrtikHM at Ute how 1 10ti dMrr AIr and In bet p r roadmen life te made nits t Uir untotuu fs 1 III iiiatltuilcnx n aWng use nt Iijry Htts and run eve bun busliv rrrvrd tliroti1i n alt Sutwr S day rif1t end Sunday s ir1nc hitt odt tittd rn to the fftiMllle moel 91 117fe r air tnr FIGhT ON A TUG BOAT Resulted In the Drowning of Two Mariners Nsw Ycrk Fek 17A Newport It- II diinua to the TiMes reps Th twit ot Congressman Httlver Kte nmwa of Minaeeotii K private In the xmrtue carp elaUoned at ihe irnlnlaf station and a companion thought to IMS Private John M Me lutosh of the name eorpa wore drouiHxl In Nsrrapnnsoi Hay Their ilrowHlnK followe1 a fight on board UM tug Annlo R Wood of 1roYiawico Copt F W Rich Tho puttee nrrostod Nell I Olson n Dane oniiiloyotl on tho dredger Urban Olsen A companion natnotl Charles Krugor OlncnoniOn and Mclntosh had been drinking together all tIny They decided lo go to FL Grnblo nud con IrlbntWl tho faro on the tug across the hay Thvro vrnr a dispute between Olsen wad Hteciicrnon as to the ability ot the United States to whip Denmark StrcTjerson either fell or was push rd tutu the water front tho steps ot Ii tho rflot house Where Mclntonh dla npnc md to or when no ono knows Stole 60000 Gem Horlrn Feb 17A pearl necklace and phi or extraordinary beauty val teed nt 00000 have been stolen from tin Ctrantcaa Von Wartenlebcn Tho counter la tho wife ot Gen Alexander Von Wirrtenolcbcn of tho cavalry who Is a warn friend of tho emperor Tho nccXtaco IK composed of exceptionally large vMirli the string measuring live fret fn VMigth Cashier Held Up Charlotte B C Feb 17While ono niawkcd robber held tip thn cashier In fro wflfl western style his two corn panions looted tho vault of the bank M Ornnlto Falls N C nnd secured all the cash in the Institution 2700 forced into cashier to enter the vault end utter locking him In made good their cocflpo Two Cases of Yellow Jack lalrcoton Tox Feb J7on the Btoamcr Orlnpln which arrived In the roads three miles out from Galveston Sunday nl noon from Iarn Brazil there wro two cases of yellow fovcr Tho two men affected arc Third Engl near Davis and Third Olllcer Prltchord To Entertain Reed New York Feb 17 Ambassador Whit claw Reid who sails next Thurs day for England utter spending u fur lough cf two months In tilts country will bo entertained Wednesday night at a dinner Given h1hc Filerlms J 111 IRIS LOVE USED AS BAIT MOTHERS PART IN BARGAINING FOR COL ONELLS GOLD ardent Eptttlcs Said to Have Been Wrtten by Ministers Wits Real at TrIal Clinton 111 The pitiful mis rrabie story ot n woman sordid desire for monoy was revealed lu all of IU revolting phases In the famous Soul will cato Wodnwday It was ho story ot U wtlenlleged in bo a ministers wifewho bartered her koul lir gold and told nuo bondage bet 1 yesrold daughter Slate wnnk c of an alleged con tract nuil between Mrs Lure llanill inn wilt of Uov B A Hamilton nnd a lettering old millionaire Col Tlioroai Bail In Clip shape of loiters dwktied to havo been written by Mm Hamilton wero Introduced and lidi intuetl as evidence In Judge Cochran court Tho lotions were unsigned but hey were inirtMlucAd at Mrs Hamll ions by the attorneys who declared there will im no trouble In proving their authenticity Pit mutt lore you I will see to It that abe Is your little sweetheart Send me money und she shall be yours and do anything you want wroto thn woman and from all evidence the 85 marold lover ran after both mother Iud laughter and supplied thorn with money to buy houses and lots and floury with which to bedeck them rives I lovn you You are my own sweetheart I havo loved you since I was a Klrl of SO years What a tool 1 was not lo tell you then I have suffered agonies for 25 yours for love ot you wrote this woman of 47 years Whether Rev Mr Hamilton knew tho contents of tho letters alleged to have been written by his wile Is a mooted question It uppeara from let tors which have been Introduced In the case that he was fully aware of It The writer said My husband says that I can go any whore with you Ho laves you Ho will trust mo to your care I can take K trip to Chicago with you and I am crazy to go My husband has given his full iiormlMlon Clinton 111 Charles Cline as sIstiiHt iMMtmaour of Clinton since 1S01 refusal to give the name of Mhool girls with whom millionaire Cat Thomas Snell corresponded in the will ease Thursday Ha admitted that ho knew the same at most at tho kiria ranging In ate from II to IS years for whom the eccentric old tnnn rontod private boss In the Clinton pot ofllce that they might sad to sod receive letters froiu Col 3oell hat Mid mo t ot those were from the best Clinton famUtoa and had sow grown to womanhood The witness told bow Ute aged suit Hoaalr wrote lore iiotaa dally to numbers of schoolgirls In which ho doled from B to MO In hills Ho would govern the amounts returnod t0 UM writer according to tho num her of term of endearment and slug- ISIUve declarations JANESVILLE WOMAN MURDERED Hotel Employo Found In Her Room with Her Throat Cut Janesvllle WisMrs Martha An non was found dead tying on A oot la her room Thursday with her throat eat from oar to oar Investigations by the jtollco Indicate she was mur deredTliey found that the screens of the outer door had boon torn awny ns It eomo one had used that means of got ting Into the house tho glass lu the Inner door broken and tho door to the womans room open Tho woman who lives downstairs said aho hoard voices and then shortly after groans and she called the police The room was found to bo covered with blood Sirs Anderson was lying on a cot with hot throat cut and tho windpipe severed A razor was found lying on some clothes behind her on the Moor Her two children who do not make their home with her but llvn In tutu city bald that their mother had a razor but that the one found on tho Hear was not hors Mrs An durson worked in n local hotel and had always had n Rood reputation This Is the third death mystery In Janesvlllc Two other women Mrs Madeline Clayton and Miss Helen Malono were found dead In the river near tho samo spot The mystery ot their deaths have never been cleared up Union Laborers Indicted Now Orleans Seventytwo men representatives of nil the classes of labor employed on the Now Orleans river front and who compose n union known ns the Dock nnd Cotton count ell were Indicted by tho United States grand Jury Friday on tho charge of conspiring to restrain trade In viola thou of tho Sherman antitrust law Tho Indictments followed the refusal of tho Dock and Cotton council lo per mlt tho Coal Wheelers union to coal tho summer Habil which cleared here several days ago for Puerto Cortex Trust Laundries Are Fined Cincinnati Tho 11 laundries undor Indictment for organizing a combine to raise prices pleaded guilty Thursday und each was fined 50 and costs Tho trust also agreed to dissolve and the indictments against the laundry pro prletors wore nailed Newton Edmunds Yankton Diet Yankton S D Newton Edmunds former governor of Dakota territory and president of the Yank Ion National bank died hnro Thursday ot paralysis aged 88 years gl SOLDIERS SENT TO ALASKA TROOPS TO QUELL STRIKE RIOTS IN FAIRBANKS S Riotous Crowds Congregate on the Streets and Capture Nonunion Men as They Arrive Washington Ry direction of the prosldcnl Acting Secmlary Oliver Thursday ordered a company of In Pantry from Port Gibbon In Alaska to Fairbanks In that territory to pre servo order during tho mining strike In that section This action was taken upon represnutallon from tho United Status court In Alaska to the attorney general thai the prnsencu of federal troops was needed Telegrams from Fairbanks to the at torney general claim that open air muss meetings are being hold by the sulk lug minors and that ibrmtn of vie lence have bean made The marshal has been directed by till attorney Rnn ftral to use all the forc 4at his con mand to arrwt lawbreaknni und to prevent Intimidation The military l expected to give the marshal moral impptirt and also to take artton should the disorder provn ton great for any force he may be bit In nccur+ The distance from Fort Clbbon to Fairbanks IN ICC mile and lht troops will be carried by sleds over that riHito which Is said Ui Im o very good ono If there In urgent necessity for Iho prnnonro of the HOldlaro nl Pair hanks they can get hero in four or five days but under ordinary condo lions tho trip loktw six or seven days lnlrbdiiks Is In the center of u mining country with n population of 7000 or bOO 1orsans In Vnshlngton familiar with the conditions existing at Fair hanks eay time trouble la tho outcome of n strike a year or mnro HBO fur higher waves and shorter hours fur the miners Fairbanks Alaska United States Mendml Perry has sworn In 2CO spo clnt doptitlos for Iho protection of life null property against riotous mobs of strikers who nro congregated on the streets These mobs havo been at tuniptlng to rapture recent arrivals lucre with a view to deporting thorn The marshals force has dispersed the rioters and guarantees protection to nil men In cauui All saloons are closed FOR BRYAN TO THE FINISH Wisconsin Democratic Convention So instructs Its Delegates Mllwaukea Tho Wisconsin delega lion to tho national Democratic con vcmloii at Denver Col at tutu closing session or the state convention Fri day wns Instructed to vote an a milt for William J Bryan as tin Demo cratic nominee for president first last and all the time Tho platform containing the Itistruts tlons was unanimously adopted by the convention by n rising vote indictedFormer Governor Now York Indictments alleging perjury wero returned Thursday against former governor ot New Jer soy Foster M Voorhees and Frank H Combes following a grand Jury In qulry Into tho acts of these two men while they wore officials ot tho flank ers Lifo Insurance company Driven to Suicide by a Dream Minneapolis Minn Haunted by a dream In which ho was accused of crime Christopher FnSen a coachman committed sulcldo shortly before noon Wednesday In his room In the barn at tho residence ot Dr Martha Rlplcy 40 Tenth street south where ho was employed Explosion Injures Children Adrian IoAn explosion of a publicIcipitated a teacher And GO pupils Into tho basement burning and scalding many of thorn In a frightful manner Professor Annapolis MIIProf WF a 1U eon ot time Academic fOliO at time naval academy died here Friday He graduated frcm the academy In the el lneerlnc class In 1SSOE1 CHILEANS GREET THE FLEET American Battleship Reviewed In Bay of Valparaiso Valparaiso Chlln The great Amer Icon licet of 1C batllushlpn under the command of Rear Admiral Evans passed Valparaiso Friday afternoon and continued on Us voyage north ward for Callao Peru the next atop ping place All Valparaiso nnd thousands of per sons front other cities In Chile wit nessed the passing or the fleet Pres- Ident Montt nnd tho other high officials of iho republic went out from shore to greet the battleships and almost the entire Chilean navy exchanged salntos with them as they swung around Curnumllla Point and luto Valparaiso bay ID single file headed by Uie Chilean cruiser Chacabuco and flvo Chilean torpedo boat destroyers The day was perfect and the spectacle or the fleet stretched In a groat semi circle as seen from tho high hills around the bay was magnificent President Montt and other Chilean officials embarked on time training ship ion Uaqueclano and took a position well out In the harbor Around the Uaquedano iho vessels swung at a spend of tour knots firing the presi dential solute as they passed In re view It was ono hour from the time thn head of time fleet entered Iho bay until the last vessel had passed the presidents ship and turned toward tho open son Then the Ilaquodano lifted anchor and escorted the fleet well out of Iho bay and on Its way to limo north It was a view such as has never before been soon In Valparaiso bay and one that will long bo remembered by the people of Chile who came miles to see it- NEW AMERICAN SKI RECORD John E Venson Jumps 116 Feet at Close of Duluth Tourney Diilulu 1J1inFoUowlng a days postponement on account of soft weather the fourth annual tournament of limo National Ski Association ot America was wound up here Thurs day afternoon on Chester Creek Hilts Tho largo crowd that had gathered with thn expectation of seeing u new American record established was got tang ready to return home disappoint ed when John Wannobo a director of the local club hung up a special prize fur tho rider that could boat 110 feet A number of them tried It but all fell short Then John R Venson came tearing down the mammoth slide shot through the air and landed 110 feet away front the scaffold Fire In Brooklyn Courthouse New York Damage amounting to probably 76000 was done oil paint legs of Judges who have presided in Brooklyn in tbo last half century were watersoaked and valuable records narrowly escaped destruction late Friday when fire swept through the upper part of the Kings county court house In Brooklyn Drinks on Trains Columbus O Gov Harris Fri day signed tho Ratbhurn hill pro hibiting tho drinking of Intoxicants on trains except In compartments or cars where the same are sold and It takes effect nt onco Violation of the law Is made a misdemeanor punish able by tine Mrs McDonald Acquitted Chicago Mrs Dora McDonald widow of Michael McDonald king of Chicago gamblers was declared Tues day afternoon not guilty of the murder of Webster Guerin tho artist who was killed In hla studio in the Omaha build lug February 21 1307 Double Tragedy In Toronto Toronto Ont James Feohley a grocers clerk Friday shot his wife from whom ho had been separated for ft fortnlqhL Then he sent a bullet Into his brain killing blmscll instantly Tho wife will likely die PayinfiArrested Minneapolis Minn Adolph Stem wltz paying teller of the National Dank of Commerce of this city was arrested Friday following the altged discovery of a shortage in lee inunts amounting to 345O eI r J h 11 Round About the StateWhat Is Gong On in Different t WI Sections of Kentucky Orb UNEARTHED AT LAST Iederal Officers Dig Up Despaln Cop Still Famed For Its Liquor I Louisville Ky Scorches of over a rear and a half have finally unearthed he famous copper still belonging to Forester Skcggs of Larue county the Moonshiner Deputy United States Marshals CundllT and Parrot dug It up in the rear of Skcggs corn patch and wired the local collector of Internal revenue nt onco Ho sent a deputy who will destroy the still which la worth JLOO and holds about 200 gal Ions Tie Despaln family of Laruo county Dwned It for 100 years Time great grandfather of Despaln now a noun gcnurlnn hrought It from Virginia and it passed through tho family renowned for the ninnitnt and time flavor of Its liquor i Bkcggs heard of It and wattled It Dospuln cut It up Into little pieces and burled It A young moonshiner named John Dell dug It up and sold It to Skf ggs who patched It and used It firmly bo Moving that It was a talisman From tint time his downfall began and finally bo was arrested near Clover talc Ind a month ngo though ho refused to tell tho hiding place of the still BIG FINE Tobacco Trust May Have to Pay 100 000000 Greater Than Standard Lexington KyTho J29000000 fine assessed against the Standard Oil Co may be completely overshadowed It plans set on foot hero materialize Five agents of tbo American Tobacco Co have baan Indicted separately up on ono count for violations of the anti trust laws of tho state It Is claimed that 4000 separate Indictments are possible against each of five agents making n total of 20000 counts which It they hold good would amount to a total Ono of 5100000000 or even If the minimum fine was assessed the total tine would amount to 10000000 May Defeat Prohibition Frankfurt KyTho Donaldson Mil one of the most Important measures to come before the general assembly pro viding for an amendment to the consti tution to change the system of taxa lion In tho state passed the senate It Is possible that the bill will serve an other purpose as It may prevent tho passage of other bills providing for an amendment to the constitution includ ing the ono designed to give tho peo pie an opportunity to vote whether Kentucky will become a dry state Only two amendments can be passed at a session and the goodroads meas Into has been passed providing for an amendment Belvidere Dead Lexington Ky While being exer cised under saddle by his groom at Cupt Hrecklnrldge Vlleya Stonewall stud In Woodford county tho noted thoroughbred stallion Uelvldcrc sire of the champion Salvlderc dropped dead Belvldero was tho property of James Galway of New York and was 24 years old Ho was by Imp Billet out of tho noted mare Jaconet by Leamington Poolroom Operators Indicted Newport KyA Jury In the Circuit Court found George Ehrllck and An thony Bcncro guilty on an Indictment charging them with operating a pool room and assessed a fine of 500 and costs against Ehrllck and 100 and costs against Bcnero Attorney C L Rnlson at once filed a motion and grounds for a new trial Favor Tuberculosis Hospital Frankfort KyTho Senate Commit tee decided to report favorably the bill appropriating 75000 for limo erection of a tuberculosis hospital the Inv to be selected by a commission appointed by the governor anti 30000 annually for maintaining the Institu lion Lexington wants tho hospital Coal Field Development Whlteshurg KyThe Interstate Coal Co with a capital stock of 500000 has been organized here by George L Carter and other millionaires who recently Acquired some 30000 acres of Elkhorn and Boones Fork coat and timber lands Kentucky Judge Is Named Frankfort Ky Acting COY Cox ap- poInted J D Adamo commonwealths attorney of the Judicial district In which Jackson Is located Judgo of tho circuit court to succeed tho late Judgo Robert Riddle Trials Are Again Postponed Lexington Kyin Iho circuit court Iho case of William Drltton and Elbert Harris charged with complicity In tho murder of Dr B D Cox at Jacksoh Broathltt county was continued to April term of court- Postmaster Arrested Henderson Ky Charles Hosktns postmnstvr nt Smiths Mills heftier son county was Arrested by federal officers charged with being short 7071 Hnsklns was a recent Repub lican candidate for the state legisla taro For Stealing a Watch Lexington yJohn Johnson in Circuit Court pleaded guilty to break lag Into the house of A C Karsnor and stealing a watch valued at III- The Jury fixed his punishment at 10 years In Iho penitentiary f BLUNDER OF ONE REPUBLICAN Who Voted for Beckham Broke the MoInotony But Deadlock Continues Frankfort KyWllb the exception of a mistake made by Representative William S Mnrkolf of Louisville are publican who unintentionally cast his vote for Buckhatn Instead of Bradley the Joint ballot proceeded as monoto nously as It has for the last three weeksFor the first time since the begin ning of the balloting tho Joint session was opened with prayer Representative W F Klair of Lexington voted for Col John K Allen and tile other five anti Beckham demo crats voted for Senator J Wheeler Campbell at Puducah Senator Camp bell voted for Henry Wutterson Tho vote stood Beckham 09 Bradley D8 CampUoll 0 Wattersonj Allen t- Since time beginning of tho present session of tho general asscmgly largo crowds have gathered In the legisla live halls and have In a measure interfered with the progress of the work of the assembly This condition led to the adoption of a resolution ex eluding all persons not included in tile following list Members of the legislature the governor members of tho stato government United States sena ors congressmen members of tho last legislature seven newspaper correspondents and tho employes of the house and senate This resolution was unanimously adopted LIVELY CONTEST Between Supporters and Opponents of County Unit Dill Materialized Frankfort KyThnt the Waggoner county unit bill which provides fr- I ho uniform extension of temperance In every county in tho state is the measure that Is blocking legislation at this session was demonstrated In a decisive manner Tho prediction ot a lively contest between the support ers of the bill and its opponents ma terialized immediately after the Joint session was dissolved and Representa tive George S Wilson moved that when the Houso adjourned it be to meet again to hear tho report of the Committee on Public Morals on the county unit bill He asserted with much vigor that charges and counter- charges were being made in time press and on the streets that the Republican leaders had entered Into a deal to de liver 40 votes to tho opponents of the unit bill In return for four votes tDcJ unseat a Democratic member He said ho hoped these charges were not true and believed that they were not because he mild not think that 40 Repub licans could bo found In the Houso who would violate tho platform of their state convention binding them to the support of this bill Ho said how verlhat tho Republicans would be afforded the opportunity to record them selves for or against ExMayor on Trial Lexington lyTho trial of former Mayor Henry T Duncan indicted In July 1904 on a charge of criminal II bel Is on In the circuit court The in dictment Is the outgrowth of an open letter written to the grand Jury then In session by Duncan and published Inn local newspaper In which L K Pearce county bookkeeper was men tioned Trial of Boyd Begins London KyAttorney John W Tut tie of Montlccllo Wayne county as special Judge of the Laurel Circuit Court will begin time trial ot R Boyd Indicted for the killing of Attorney James Sparks He will also bear the civil action brought by the widow ot Sparks against Boyd for 3060 dow ages Appeal to the Government Frankfort yOwlng to the activity of night rider In Franklin county and numerous warnings sent to farmers demanding them not to plant tobacco In 1908 efforts are being made to get time post office department In net Inspectors are requested to bo sent hero to run down parties guilty of using tho malls for that perposo Bennett Reslgnd Mayfield KyDob Bennett a toba x co buyer of this place found at the door of his home a note warning him to cease buying With the jiollco was n bundle of hickory switches and n 44 caliber cartridge Bennett JIM been buying tobacco for local agents for Iho Regie people but he resigned Succeeds Hermany Louisville KyTo succeed the late Chas Ilermany the Louisville Water Co elected S Bent Russell ot St Lou Is lie will become chief engineer and superintendent of the new filter Rus sell for 20 years has been In charge ot Iho St Louis Co work Chinn Wins a Point Frankfort KySenator J P Chinn was notified by his attorneys that Fed eral Judgo Cochran Lund decided that ho had no Jurisdiction In the 25009 suit filed at Harrodaburs by Col Jhlnn against a medical company that used his photograph Oppose Speed Limit Louisville KyThe Louisville Auto club has determined to send a delega lion to Frankfort to oppose Windy Dill Thompson measure providing that machines may not exceed 10 mlloa an hour on the highways of Kentucky r t 4 I lC oeeoeo ooeooeoeoeoOIoeo e s eia s ole Correspondencea 1 o I f- ft O Ho eoneipOBdeaet pabllihei nnlon ilnel la loll by till writer Till msjU lot for pul lle Uoi bet a U lri4ellct of tort faith Writ pUlnly b nr rnrnrrnr n nenleale eale nseYealn ealoi tMountainLife as we Mean te Make it God IloniU Good llomti Good Churched Ooxl School BEREACAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS MADISON COUNTY VAII VCKTON Wallaceton Feb 17Dro Carner filled hid regular appointment at the M E church last Snuday We have a few cases of measles in our town but these are reported to be better The infant baby of Mr and Mrs Lon Staw died of pneumonia a few days ago We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parentsEbb Grant and family of Roundhill spent Sat urday night and Sunday with W J Weaver and famllyJ R Azbill and family left last week for Northwestern Illinois to make their future homeMrs P S Bodkins is very Slclr = Seile Day and family left one day last week for Illinois We regret to see so many friends go but hope they will be satisfied In their new homos In the west The Rev Smith filled his regular appointment Satur day and Sunday Mrs Ruth Davis who has been very sick is somewhat better0 L Gabbard and fam I ily will move to Wallaceton next weekMr George Tisdale Is plan ning to go to Illinois Mr and Mrs Hugh Conn of Manse visited Mr and Mrs Jeff Davis Sunday KINGSTON Kingston Feb 1iMr Arthur Rid dle has been very sick with the grip for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Egg Lewis Mrs Cole of Mote Mrs William Butner and Mrs Davis Mundy enjoyed a fine dinner at the homo of Mrs Will Cornelison last Wednesday Mr Clet Cornelison has been very sick for the past week but Is thought to be better f Mr Mike Noe of Paint Lick visited 1hisdaughter Mrs G W Moody Tues j dayMrs Kirt Roberts Is very sick 1 with measles and fever- RICKCASTLE COUNTY nOOSE f Boone Feb 10The Rev C S 1Wilson filled his regular appointment at Falrvlew Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dan Owens Is sickMr Charles Oldham of Conway Is sick with grippe The Rev C S Wilson was j the guest of Mrs T S Wren Sun dayMary the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Levett Is very sick Mr and Mrs T S Wren visited Mrs Mary Wren SundayMr Sol Saylor Is slowly recovering Mr Lewis Lamb of Morgan county vis ited relatives at this place las- tweekMrs Mattlo Wren wilt go to Berea today on business Falrvlew graveyard Is being fenced with wire fence Sunday School at this place Is getting along nicely- UOCKFOIIU Rockford Feb 17Mr and Mrs I Dall Waddle are the proud parents of a boy Born Feb 15W H Step hens and wife visited Mr and Mrs fJW Todd Sunday Messrs Robert Abney and Goo Payne of Dlsputana passed through Rockford Saturday I Mr Sammie Shears baby died last week and was burled Saturday atthe Witt grave yard Mrs Bessie Anglin who has been sick Is better Next Sunday there will he preach ing at Macedonia at 11 am Rockford Feb13 Mrs Dan Owens is very sick Born to Mr and Mrs Wm Llnvlllo a fine boy on the 12th Wm In wearing a ten cent smile worth a quarter J W Todd who has been down for some time with rheumatism Is somo better Walter Richmond Is very low with feverW II Thomas of Arcola Ills is visiting relatives hero Reecle R Todd entertained a number of young folks at her home last Sunday eve I The Rev C C Wilson preached at Scaffold Cane last Sunday night Quite a largo crowd was present I Next Saturday and Sunday will be preaching at Macedonia Mr J M Bullcn has not quite completed his barn yetW II Stevens went to Berea Thursday on business Mr Leo McGuire of Borea is visiting his sister Mrs W T LInvllle Mrs L E Hamilton was at Rockford Wcdnceday f 4 c UISlUTANTA- Dlsputanta Feb l2There ore several cases of mumps measles and lagrippo in this neighborhood Tho family of Mr W M Gadds Is very sick with lagrlppe His wifo who has been sick so long Is no better The infant child of Mr and Mrs Nick Chasteen is very low with pneumon InDorn to the wife of Mr James Pennington a fine 12 pound boy Miss Amorcla Owens was the wel come guest of Misses Myrtle and Julie Rowlett Sunday Misses Ber tha Myrtle and Julie Rowlett were tho guests ot Mrs Martha Swinford Saturday night Mr and Mrs Reu ben Swinford who have been vis iting their daughter Mrs Sallie Wood homerMrlWilllo 1 view SUndayrBertha Rowlelt was the guest of Mrs Pahny Abney Sun day evelilngL R Rowlett went to Berea on business Friday Mrs An nie Miller who has been visiting her sick daughter on Brindle Ridge returned home Friday Born to tho wife of Mr George Mullins a fine 10 pound girl baby GoO C8LAP D Goochland Fob 15Rev James Lunsford of Sycamore preached at Cave Spring last SundayAndrew Ballenger filled his regular appoint ment at Pleasant 11111 the 9thJohn Witt and wife of Doublellck visited John C Phillips SundayJohn W Phillips wont to Brush Creek Station Tuesday AHIei Phillips called on home folks recently Jlra Mat Cox was In Goochland on business first of the week Jackson Jones has moved to tho James Lunsford property on the state roadDr Jonos has moved to his place east of Goochland Lawrence Powell tho hustling drummer of Bob town was thru on his way to the mountains the first of the week John Leger received n painful wound in the leg by the discharge of a twentytwo rifle but Is getting along nicely May Abrams and Bob Witt of Cloverbottom at tended church at Pleasant Hill Sun day Bert Lunsford was in Wlldle Wednesday on business Jerome Cox who has been visiting J M Cox of this place returned to his home in Knox CoPreacher Solomon has his new dwelling almost completed This adds another dwelling to Goochland Chriss Clark of McCracken was on Dig lUll tho first of the weekChas Phillips of Horse Lick visited his mother Elizabeth Phillips of Climax who Is very sick at present Maggie Witt of Doublellck visited J C Phil lips family ThursdayUncle Henry McGuire who has been sick for some tlmo Is slowly Improving CLIMAX Climax Feb 17 Saturday and Sun day were regular Church days at the N H B Church and services were conducted by the Rev D Parker Mr John Leger accidentlY shot him self with a twentytwo rifle but Is now improving Charles Forsythe has been sick with tho grip but usable to be out agaln Mr S L Rose has moved into his new house on tho Climax and Wlldle roadMr Grant York lost his find saddle mare a few days ago She got her leg brok en by getting her foot In a crack in the barnMr and Mrs Goo Mull ings ara rejoicing over tho arrivlal ot- a new baby in their home Mrs Minnie Anglln visited Mr and Mrs Jesse Foraythe Mrs L McGuire Is visiting friends In Richmond at pres entMr Charlie Forsytho visited his uncle Brlto Chaotccn of near Dryfprk Saturday and Sunday Mr C M and S L leaacs are making cross ties for Mr J W Chasteen of Johnclta JACKSON COUNTY ICKR1IT KNOn Kerby Knob Feb 17Tho only child of Mr and Mrs Jeff Neely has been seriously 111 for two weeks with brain fever and pneumonia It is not expected to liveMr James Click made a business trip to McKee Monday Will Parks and his sister Elmer Click and his sister wera the 0 1F t guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Click Sunday night Charles Jones and family havo rented from L F Dean and have moved in with Mr J AI Lane as ho still resides at the old homeMrs James Williams visited her daughter Lldda Click Thursday night Mrs Ethel Jones visited at Mr James Clicks Sunday Gaga Kirby is ill with the mcasloa Suda and Aimer Powell were tho guests of Bcsslo Click Sunday evening Rev Joo Jones and Rev Richard Mobcrly wero chosen as pastors for the church at this place for tho next year l Ut nOT Parrot Fob 12Miss Mandy Wil son Is still very sick with rheumat IsmMlss Armlnla Settle was a welcome guest of Miss Nora and Minnie Price Saturday night Mr C C Bur nam left Monday for Wyoming whore he will stay a short while and than sail for the Phtlllpplno Is Misses Minnie and Nora Prlco entertained a largo crowd of young folks Sunday night Mr Frio Settle got his foot cut very badly while making ties but is some better Measles are getting scattered very well throughout tho country Mr II C Wathen is e3I pected home in a tow months from the armyMr John Jones is very ill with measles OLIN Olin Feb HWo are having some very warm rainy weather now which Is tIle causa of much pneumonia and bad colds John Hurley and Hugh Hurley are very sick with pneu monia Measles are causing many deaths in our countyOld brother Sam Johnson is improving very fust iVo think If ho gets no backset he I will bo out again soonJohn Stewart las just returned from London Ky where ho bai been horse trading The little son bt Johnnie Johnson Is very sick with tiddduiohlaFrank- and James SUdham have returned from Livingston with Ues They say they had a very successful trip Thomas Morris and family visited his mother Mrs Jano Morris of Mildred Saturday and Sunday Mr Harry Medlock Is poorly at this writing Mr Frank Moore and Mrs Belle Morris caught a fine ground hog yesterday Willie Medlock had a log rolling the 13th which was a suc cessBrother It G Murray preached a very Interesting sermon at Blooming Grove church house Sun dayRov J N Cultori filled his regular appointment at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday He is a very able and true minister Green Morris of Mildred made n business trip hors todayMrs Bobby Simpson and her little son Charlie mad a a flying trip to Annvillo Thursday ovoningalias Emma Jones daughter of G A Jones IR very sick with measles There aro seven cases of whooping cqugh at old uncle Alfred JohnsonsSome person or persons bfoko into Bob tickles storo house one night this week and took out a lot of goods and also some money JtlllDLKFOHK Mlddlefork Feb 15We are hay log lots ot rain In this community and there has been a tide In the river most all week Maria Gabbard and daughter Eva of Parrot visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Joo and Onoy ussey mado a business trip to Liv Ingston Friday Miss Ulna Wilson visited at Wes Angels Thursday light Miss Della Angel Minnie Lak and Dcrnla Cole visited at Cap Wil sons Thursday evening Robert fusscy Is grinning like a possum Its a fine boyCap Wilson bought II fine yearling mule of Delbert Cole for 95 Robert Tussey attended church at Letter Box Sunday Mr Bill Lear Is planning to get him a job of drumming In the near future Ills many friends join in wishing him treat successScott Tussey visited at Wes Angels Sunday evening Cleveland Angel was the welcome guest of Ella Cola Sunday Born to the wife of Mr David Lear a fine girl Saturday night Mr Green Parker is moving to his new home this week urmKr Hurley Feb 13Davo and Jako Gabbard and L J Colo went to see Mrs Wm Isaacs who is very low with tho measles last Sunday There was a delightful candy pulling at the home of Mr and Mrs John Rob erts Sunday night Ellhu Hurley has got well with tho measles and expects to start back to school very soonWo had church here last Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Elizabeth McCollum Is very sick this week Miss Nannle Sparks and Travis Gabbard visited in this vicinity last week There was a candy pulling nt Green McCollums Saturday night Wiley and William Hurley are gathering corn for their father this week DOUIIIKLJCK Doublellck Feb l7Tho Rever end James Lunsford has moved to Pine Grove and iff selling goodsA J singing school Is hold at Pine Grovo ovary SundayJ W Fowler spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Doublellck on his way to Bcrca Lewis Smith and wifo of Clover Bottom spent Sunday with Mr Turji Abrams and family John hints and wife of Kerby Knob visited Joel Lake Saturday Mrs Mary Hays who has been HI for some titus Is no better Sam Itaacs of Valley View visited his mother who is very low with measles DATIIA Datha Feb HThero is lots of sickness In the neighborhood mea sles whooping cough and pneumonia Elihu Estrldgo and son have just returned from Leslie County whore they have been buying cattle Ma rlon Estrldgo bought George Raw lings farm Born to tho wife of Bud Wilson a fine boyE C Jonos was visiting at Mr Isaac Tenguoa Thursday W H Langdon and W M Gross held a protracted meeting at flush last weekMr and Mrs Isaac Langdon wore visiting P W Welah Saturday and Sunday Miss Raohol Welch Is on tho sick list tnltolttRf Evergreen Fob 14Mr Flin Tom Fallbush will preach at tho Now Bethel school house naxb Sunday Every body Is Invited Mr John Lako Is working at tho clevis bust ness this winter Mr Lenard Martin Is going to Louisiana for his health as his health is very poor lie cant stand tho cold weather Jake Lake is putting up a boot shop and ho says If you want any boodllng done he Is the boodling one JOel BIrk hits quit tho goods busl ness and has gone to plastering While on his way from Bethel I after a visit to Mr Dick Lakes L D Martins mule scared with him and broke one of his names in juring Martin very badly but we think ho will get well Mick Rope Is going to put up goods as ho is unablo ta work on the form Archi bald Bundy has gone to Corbin where ho will bo boss of a crew of hands Mr Tom Boles who has been logging for J Burdotto and son has completed his job and gone homo Roy Drew is building new houses on tho Jack Jones hollowMr Tonlo Lake made a trip to Bradshaw this week Tonic says ho has boon on a bend and Is going back again Henry Young Is here this week from Leesburg Fla- oLnVEH IIOTTOM Clover Bottom Feb9 Henry Ro ser of this placo was found dead In the road near his home on Jan 81st Thero being no marks of violence on tho body he was supposed to have died from heart failure Mn Mary Hayee who has been sick so long Is said to be improving Mrs John Purvis died suddenly at her home Jan 27th She was sitting In her chair by the fire talking with some neighbors when she fell over and ox plrcd Mrs Purvis had been in bad toIMr and Mrs Henry Click is danger ously illLewis McGuire has empl oyed George Korby to build him n dwelling GcGrgo McCollum of Hur ley was the guest of Miss Annie and Mr Albert Powell Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs James Click of Kerby Knob visited relatives at this place Wednesday Mack McKinney passed here on his way to J W Abrams whero he was going to trans act business Miss Pearl Asbell visited her grand parents Mr and Mrs Vaster Blcknell Saturday night Mr and Mrs Solon Asboll will soon go to house keeping near hero We will be glad to have them in our neighborhood SoSlJ Gt1 Sand Gap Fob 15Mrs Riddle Durham who has been very poorly Is slowly improving Nowton Hurley is erecting a nlco store house In front of his dwelling and says ho Is going Into tho goods business Wo wish him much success Molllc Et ta and Florence Durham have been on the sick list but am muck bet terMiss Rutha Johnson of Wane La is attending school hero and stay ing with her undo and aunt Mr and Mrs Nathan Pearson Widow Shel ton Harrison of near this placo died of measles last Wednesday She leaves nine children and a host ot relatives and many friends to mourn her loss Sho was a member of the Baptist church and a Christian wo man The bereaved have our sincere sympathy Members of tho Kerby Knob Church met last Saturday and choso as pastor and assistant pastor for tha ensuing year Revs G V Clemmona ot Pleasant Point and Richard Flatearth of Talent Ky The church is well pleased with the se lection and much good is expected to result as the able ministers will do all possible on their part to make tho church betterC S Durham Is at his fathers very 111 with grippe J G Durham left Saturday for Wind Cave where he will teach the re airO ten IBaking PowderYR TP7 Tho only Baking Powder made with Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar mado from grapes Insures healthful and everyhomeevery skSafeguards your food against mum and phosphate of lime fWardsquit 91 Account of poor rls Marcuui our detective recently paid a brief visit to relatives and friends here Mr Marcum has been engaged In dctectlvo work for some time and says It Is a hustling bust ness Liven Hugh Feb 9 People are very busy logging Mr Mart Abrams Is on tho sick list Mtu Bessie Powell visited In this vicinity lost week Mrs Alice Bongo was tho guest of her sister Mrs Curt Parks of King ston Saturday night Mr It C Hale made a business trip to Dcrca Satur dayMr Joe Cralcy has his dwelling about completed Mrs llardon At bill was tho guest of her daughter Mrs George Bongo Thursday night Mr W T Henry and son Walls of Lexington are visiting W It hangs this week MlM Maggie Bengo less returned home from Dreyfus whore she has been visiting friends ate relatives for some UrnMr John lisle was the guest of R J Halt Sunday JIll 111 It 11 II Mildred Feb IOMr and Mrs Thos Morris of Olin wore the guests of Mrs Jana Morris Saturday and Sunday Tho Rev J N Culton of Richmond Ky filled Ids regular ap pointment at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday Tho Howies brothers are working for W M Dowlos this week repairing his home They are fine workmen Mr James Dunlgan was tho guest of Green Morris Sunday night Emma Jones who bad the measles Is getting along nicely We were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Brumfack who died with tho measles Her relatives have our deep est sympathy Jamca Morgan has moved In the St John property on Main street Mr W K Jones school closed last Wednesday with a treat for all present Mr Jones is an excellent teacher Mr John Mooro of Tyner was tit Harvey Moores mill on business Monday Messrs James Towls Jacob Mooro Jas Dunlgan Preston Dunlgan of this placo made a trip to Blooming Grove Sunday Mr W M SoUer is visiting his mother at Corbin Ky sho Is very poorly this week Tho Rev J S Mooro was with us again last Sunday We are always glad to see Mr Mooro Mrs Betty Mooro of Tyncr was vie Ultig Mrs Juno Morris Saturday and SundayThero Is some talk of whooping cough In this vicinity CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS cuiiic Sextons Creek Fob SSam Saylor Jr has a pleasant smile on nowadays Its a boy There was n big tide In Sextons Wednesday Tholce blocked so bad on tho upper part of time creek timber could not run Wednes day but much of the small timber went out Thursday morning A pro tracted meeting is In session at Blng hams Chapel this week conducted by tho Roy Mr Johnson of Jackson county J A Hunters singing school rt Oak Grove will close next Saturday M IBS Sophia Campbell of Alger Ky had her leg broken by n horse running away with horG Wand W II Hunter havo gone down the river on timberSam Saylor and wife of AnnvIIle Ky are visiting relatives here this weekMrs Polly Edwards widow of Jas Edwards is very cllChas Clay who has been attending school at Onedla Is at homo FREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSONDENTIST Richmond Ky on account of measles Horn almost well now John linker Is still run ning his mill nail smoking his pipe Mr T A Itecknell visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday Mollla Gibson found her baby dead In th bed Friday morning of last week Willie Slsemore son of John SIlO moro Is very mnlley Burch has decided to quit rambling and gone to work on his farm Wlen Allen has tho fever Blevlns Allen awl Walter Neoloy have Just returned from tho- U S Army MlM Martha Olenn vie Ited horns folks Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY VINOKST Vincent Fob JLnev Parsons ot St Mien Is conducting a series of meetings at Vlneent at preeent Mumps are still In our oomraunlty John Brewer am wife wore the guests of Bd Hurst Sunday Mr Patrick Mays has Jut returned from Irvlno where ho has boen with n fleet of Umber for Prlco Congleton John Chesnut and Harvoy Venablo visited Minter Day of Blake a few days ago Burgoyno Botnor and Rolo Vcnablo were tho guests of Harri son Turner Sunday Brown Bowman has his new dwelling almost ready to move Into Sidney Caudlll of Travelers Rest was at Vincent Tuesday on business Mr S P Caudill line closed his winter school at Trav elers Rest and he together with Mr Grant Splvy will open a meat market at Travelers Rest Mr G B Wilson county sheriff has been milking things warm for somo of tho boys In and around Vincent T B Von able Is erecting n now dwelling house for his son Andrew who was re 61llrfined to his homo for a tow days with a severe case of la grippe ESTILL COUNTY- lOCUhTllltAMCn Locust Branch Fob 17Sunday- was our regular church day meeting but our pastor failed to come owing to tho weather and tho high water Miss Ltzzlo Oliver who has been staying with Mrs Dr Land has gono home Mrs Mary Barker of Jinks ramp has returned to this place Mrs Amada Murphy who has been with her daughter Florence will leave Friday fon Middleton Ohio whero they will make their future homo Tho roads In this section are no bad that people can hardly travel Wo endorse tho Improvement of tho road question Dr Land was called to ace Mrs Godfrey Isaacs last Sun dayMr Frank Laiuli sad Wilson Bradcnberg of Madison were In this locality last week trading and buy Ing hogs mostly Miss Cynthia Blck nell of Illinois Is expected homo Inn few days Mr Curtis Gentry form erly of this place but now of Okla homa writes that he Is much Improv ed in health and Is well pleased with his now homeUncle Jno Coffee Is all smiles slnco Undo Sam has Increased his pension to 20 per month