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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itES IIENTS OFFICE I3EHEA KY l BEREA PUBLISHINO CO is Growing Rap 8 O IKOUBrUKATMM fiTHE C1TIzeNtisinKitt Your Business g o STANLEY FROST utgsr 1Wa4ollMor4oyktMBemrAynfutond Pace With It By Adnrio o wia T ooooeooo Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain Peopleoooooooeoo Vol IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 27 1008 One Dollar a year No 35 NEWS OF THE WEE Fleet at CallaoCure for Hunchbacks Dig SnowstormHarriman Deals Fiih Thaws May SeparateAn nrchlst Kills Priest FLEET AT CALLAO Tho Amer ican licet Is now at Call no and will not loavo thoro till Saturday Every thing Is In good slmpo so far and seems to bo justifying tho Prealdintu wisdom In Bonding It around Admi ral Evans Is III but Is still ablo to command tho ship cum OF HUNCHBACKS A former Kentuckian Drt VI Olbney of Now York lion Invented a method which It Is said will ours hunch Lacks It U useful only with vory young children but Is said to be moat fuccoiwful Tho iiiaUiod It to hang oho child by its head so Unit the Cody will straighten out and l then put it In n plaster east This has to be dune several times but the result are reported as first claw aid the sure U said not to bt painful IHO SNOW 8TOIIM Chlrn o bad one of the wont snow atomic In IU history during oho lad weather Rat week And at the same time New York ami the KaM had sleet and cold rain Almost all kinds of trona porUtlfn was trod up and telegraph hose went down to that for two days there was hardly any builnvMi done lIAJlIl1 fAN WINS FIOHT K II lUrrlinnu has won Ida fight for Ike control of the Illinois Central U It trout Stuyvmuint Flab The Injunction which prevented Ilarriiuan from rot ing s lot of stock held liy the Union iniclfii which he eoalrulUd hse been dlMolvtMl sod ha will heat Fish at the lixt election Fish says the fight Is oter but that UMM will show that he Kim right TIIAW8 TO PA KT There are rumorn that Harry Thaw and his wife win soon part ills people are said to I1 planning to pit the court tor hit annulment of marring on the Krubtiil that he was lUHune when he married the girt and she is said to t planning to auk a separation on th ground that ho Is Inanne now The rest matter In dispute It how much money his folks will have to pay her to set rid of her i ANAHCHI8T KILLS PIUK8T An anarchist Clusaeppe iuarnaeclo went to a Catholic church In Denver Cola PumMy end Kneeled ut the altar where the priest waa conducting services As tin priest patted him he shot him to death He was at once arrested und announced that he had started out to kill tour priests that day and wanted to kill all he could PHILIPPINES SOLO One of these wild rumors that come from nowhere was published In the New York Sun a paper which U try lug to convince the people that the President la really liwann because Mr Morgan cant buy him up It says that Germany MM bought the Philippine Islands and that the fleet II really going over Ultra to keep Japan quiet when Ult transfer li made Such Btorloa arc usually born In oho dog days RIOTS IN PHILADELPHIA Ono of tho worst riots In a large city In years occurred into last week In Philadelphia when a band of so cialists and atjnrohlslH Incited a mob of unemployed hell to violence A largo forco of police was rolled on to subdue the mob Tho riot was thq result of a plot tt gut tho poor thru out tho city to pillage DEATH 8KNTKNCI3 FOR STOE- bSI1Gen StoeBfioI who dofomlcd Port Arthur agnlnrt tho Japanese In one of tho most fatuous sieges in history has been sentenced to death by a Russian court martial for cow ardlco In surrendering Under tlio IltiBsInn law it is always treason to surrender but the sentence will probably not bo carried1 out The Russians defeat was duo to poor government and tho sentencing of Sto enact Is really an attempt to find a scapegoat TUNNELS TO NEW YORK Tho first of tho tunnels under tho Hudson river thru which SdOOOO or 300000 people a day will bo carried to tho city was opened Tuesday All those pooploformerly had to tako ferry boats and lost a good deal of time Tho tunnels have cost about 30000 n000 I Continued on ThIrd racer i rttfnf vrt yM jptii mw ry GIFT TO BEREA COLLEGE Famous Picture of Lincoln Presented to the Institution by a Friend In the EastWill De Sent Here Tho famouspainting of young Abe Lincoln studying before the fiN place In his log cabin home of which the above out U a reproduc Lion has just been given to Deraa college and will soon be shown hen to furnish Itwplratlon to the thousands of young Beanie that attend the school The iMlnUng cone as tM girt of Mr Mary Ullllngi French for rasa ymm a friend of the oollane It It the work of Itart man Johnson and II one of the best known of Ute painting of Lin cola It will not bo unpacked hers until the arrival of fret Frost abort Marsh W and It will then proW be hung In the Llbmry SENT TO ASYLUM Mfr Lfllle Baker formerly of thus town who baa been vlaltlnc here for the last few week WM tto the asylum at I xIniUm Ian week after making a little excitement here sad R good deal In the Rlehwoml eourt room MlM Ilaker has been stirred up by the suit of her nephew against the college and declared war ON all who testified to the bays lad repWaUouI Aa ahe has shown some of them were a little Henrotta On Thuraday ape went Into the store of W D Location and started to haul a revolver to Deimty Sheriff Johnson then took It back and walk MI out of the store announcing she was going to ahoot She aidtwice and several people seemed to Wave urgent business elsewhere Some horses started to run and she ran thru the mud till she caught them Mr Jotneon took the gun awny from her and they walked down the street she expreeelng her opinion of various iieople she met Of couno no harm was dune There was a bigger scene In the Kkhniond court room She somehow got hold of an old revolver out of order and during the nfoeeedtiiffa walked up to our town marshal whore life ahe hail sworn to take and remarked Well this la aa good a time aa any at the ware time point Ing the thing at him He drew too and intent here allot 1C In had not dropped Its revolver There wets plenty of room ou the front bonehoa In the court room jut then too but tlio entry was jammod all going out and nothing oomlng In Jksa Dakar will probably upend a tow months at the asylum till her norvofl arc quieted and then be released DONT KILL TilE SQUIRRELS Written far TUB CiTlinN and dedicated to the neren College boys Dont kill tho sqlrrels Tho playful squirrels That skip from treo to treo For lira to them Is Just as dear As jlfo to you and me Dont kill tho squirrels Tho friendly squirrels That ploy about your feet Should you bo hungry boys please got Soma other thing to rot Tho wise Industrious little squirrels That scout so full of glee Plan out their work anti strive to live And labor hard as wo Throughout the pleasant summer days They seem to bo at play But toll both hard and patiently To store their food away So boys pray do not kill the squirrels That rovo among the trees Our forests hero would oft seem drear lflt were not for these r TAFT VS HUGHES rAs the time for the Republican National Convention- to nominate a candidate for the presidency draws near it is becoming plain that the party will have to choose between two men Hughes and Taft The others have all been left so far that unless some one not yet mentionedcomes to the front one of these two will be chosen Foraker is beaten in his own state Fairbanks has only lukewarm support even at home and is gener ally laughed at Cannon is too much in favor of the moneyed interests and Knox LaFollette Cummins Shaw and the rest of that class are only I favorite sons It is worth the while then for us to study carefully these two menThe most important factor in the election will be Roosevelt In the last few years he has got a holdon the American people such as probably no other man has ever had except Lincoln and Washington His policies are to be the issues of the campaignneither side dares openly attack them but there is a large and powerful body of men who will do all they can to thwart thorn The fitness of the candidates therefore can best be tested by the standard he has set upthe man that will most fully take his place is the man that the people want Taking this as our standard then let us compare Taft and Hughes Both have fine records and it is a credit to the party to have two such men Taft has been the Presidents right hand for years and probably no man is so well acquainted with Roosevelts plans and wishes or so well trained for the duties of the presidency He is in thoro sympathy with Roosevelts desires and will be much the same kind of president tho proba bly not so outspoken and active Hughes has had no experience outside of state pol itics but there and in his practice as a lawyer has made a fine reptitation for himself In the insurance investi gation he dragged to light secret crimes involving men very high up and proved that he had no fear of the rich and that he was honest to the last degree As a gover nor he has defeated the corrupt ring in his own state and party and forced the passage of many good laws There is no flaw to be except lack of experience and that he is not nearly so thoroly in line with the Presidents desires He believes in doing right but thinks it might be done quite n little differently from what Roosevelt does would be a good many changes if he went into office Another test is the character of the men supporting the candidates Taft has only the best He has been fought by the bad men own state and is being fought by the Wallit crowd tho there are signs that theyare going to give in He has been supported by the best men everywhere with only a few exceptions and has made no compromises with the enemies of the people With Hughes it is different He is a good man but there are some bad ones that think they can use him because of his lack of experience Many men in his sup port are clean too but there are a lot of others New York politics are pretty black and there are a lot of very mean politicians that Hughes has been fighting for two or three years but that now are supporting him There is no denying the bad character of these men one of them is the political agent of Harriman and the only question is Vhy are they for Hughes They wont tell but the chances are that they think they can get some things for themselves that they could not got from Taft Those things will not be good for the people but the people can trust those politicians to to know what is best for themselves And if it is best for that gnng to have Hughes made president then it will be best for the rest of us to have Taft We do not have to know what they want from Hughes the fact that they think they can get anything from him is proof that Taft is the better man This is the biggest reason why The Citizen is for Taft Dont kill tho squirrels Tho harmless squirrels Out lot them joyous live And do not sock to take tho life That you can never give Twns God Who sent them hero below N To make the scenes more gray And God when over lie sees fit Will take their lives away Florence Durhaln NOTICE Tho Citizen wishes to call the at ontion of Its readers again to the act that It cannot publish news let srs which are not signed Many such arc received overy week but the writers might as well save them selves their trouble Wo do not pub halt the writers name but wo must know who ho or she Is so wo can be sure that tho news is all right Usually too we cannot publish a letter tho first time any ono writes till we are sure who they are be cauro sometimes people send in let ters and sign other peoples names So bo sure to tq11 who you are If you write a news letter 71I 11 0 j I NEW BAKER CASE TRIAL Judgo Denton at Richmond granted a now trial In tho case of Thomas Baker against Berea College for dam ages because of prosecution fbr al leged theft Tho now trial was grant ed on tho ground that the judge full ed to instruct tho jury as to what facts constitute reasonablo evidence of a crime and that tho evidence presented by the college showed that It had such reasonable evidence and was therefore justified in the pros ecution The caso has been set for the seventh day of tho May term which will be about May 1210 SETTLE LOOSES George Settles motion for a new trial has been overruled by Judge Denton In Richmond and unless ho takes the case to a higher court ho must go to the penitentiary It Is understood that ho will not do this as It Is very expensive ho is not Well to do and his friends are said to bo disgusted Tho Judge also gave him Httlo hope overruling each ottho points In his motion sepa rately 06YiJ POLITICAL NOTES Wall SL Crowd Seems to Have Decld ed Taft Will Win Rate Law Tests PlannedOther News WALL STREET FOR TAFT The rumor mentioned last week that tho Wall street crowd had decided that Taft was going to win anyhow and that tho beet thing for thorn was to get on tho band wagon as soon an possible hns been strengthened and thero scorns to bo no doubt that It Is true If It is it means tho last of any big rIght against the big man and settles who Is to be tho next president Wall street could not beat Taft probably for It has nothing but money against the will of the people hut with tho money and tho people on tho same side there lint any other PRBSIDKNT AT WORK Tho rosldont stirred up a good deal of talk lato last week by a latter he sent to the Interstate Commerce Commit lion asking that they Invastlgnto the report that tho L N was going to reduce tha wages of Its employe tecauso of tho sooallod hard times resident Smith of tits road replied that ho did not believe thero would bo any trouble with the employe and showod figures to prove thattho railroad had to cut somewhere The residents letter Intimated thAt the reason tho road wanted to out wages was that It had watered stock to such an extent that It could not stand any contraction In business and this charge has not been answeredi JIM CROW DILL FAILSThe Southern Congressmen in Washington mve been trying to get a law passed which would make the white and ont ired people In the capital role in separate oars butt tho plan fell thru Saturday Thero was a hot debate and the Southerners were treated to a taste of the opinion of the rest of the nation on the way they are treat IRa Mgroea and then beaten by a good round majority rSHAMEFUL SPECTACLE Legislature Wrangling Over Senator ship and Neglecting Needs of the State Both Leaders Wrong The disgusting spectacle at Frank fort gooa on and it seems aa If It would snout be a diagram instead of an honor to be a Kentucky legisla tor No work of any Importance in being done and both parties are wrangling and sacrificing tho Intvr osts of thai whole state In tho battle Over the sonatorshlp Not only tho County Unit Bill but all otter good legislation is being hold up and there are now only about a dot en days of the session left It Is getting more and moro likely that Oov Willson will be forced to call an oxtrn session to tome the legislators to do somotbjng to earn their salaries Tho State does not pay members of tho leglilature much butt la safe to say that not a man in Frankfort has earned his board and keep so far this winter Tho moves In the game this last week havo been no credit to any body First tho AntiSaloon League got statements from both Bradley and Beckham that they wore In favor of the County Unit Bill Of course no sana man that wants any political power In this state will defy the temperance people nownot openly Then Mr Beckham suggested that hero be a truco In tile senatorshlp fight and the County Unit lull be disposed of which Mr Beckham himself can do any tlmo ho will give the word and his friends will stop obstructing tho work of tho legislature Mr Bradley should for the good of tile state havo accepted but instead Issued a statciiient saying that Mr Beckham was inslnccro and was holding up legislation which was true but did not change the fact that If Bradley had accept ed Beckhams Insincere proposition good would havo been done So be tween them nothing watt done Meanwhile till Democrats have been forcing adjournment from day to day to keep tho Republicans from getting reports from tho committees which have heard tho contest cases and which it is said will report that two more Republicans should be seated Tho situation is just what The Citizen predicted weoks ago that nothing good would bo done unless there was a compromise on Bomo decent Democrat L d I IMONEY TALKS Some Ways In Which the Man With Money is Batter off Than the Man Who oCHas None I Tho man who line some property Is usually a better man than the man who has nothing The man who has a little ahead in tho world Is anx- Ious to have the laws enforced because when the laws are enforced his property III safer The man who has property Is more likely to be a good citizen himself because if ho does any wrong ho runs tho risk of losing somo of his pro perty The man who has nothing can got into meanness without fear of losing anything The man with property has a bet tor chance than tho man with noth ing lIe does not have to work unless worthItho sweat and backache Tho man with nothing must either work or starve I Tho man with property la likely to bo progressive Ho can have bettor stock better barns bettor farm machinery lie can buy hotter seeds Ho can live in a better IIOUBO If ho gets sick ho can hire a better doctor and pay for just the modiclno ho needs and ltd has a bet tor chance to set well Tho matt with money Is bettor off in overy way One of tho great est helps any ono can have la the struggle to accumulate property is an Account with a strong progres sive bank t Berea Bank Trust Co IN OUR OWN STATE Tobacco Raids as UsualY M CA Convention at Winchester Education Fund Bill Passes House TOBACCO TROUBLESTho raid Ing goes on and all raids are more or laaa alike so that papersjire giv lag them mighty little apace but they are just aa bad aa over and the raiftMv ar fiettlnf to think that they own the state There U a little more life In the movement against them and It is mora iwwlble that the law breakers will get something hot sometime The Christian County Law and Order League has sent a petition to the legislature asking that something bo done and several ministers have made similar appeals Y M C A CONVENTIONThe- State Y M C A Convention at Winchester beginning last Thursday was ono of the most succcsiful ever hold and will do those who attended a groat deal of good There wero nearly four hundred delegates In attendance and reports showed that there aro now 53 associations in the state with over 8000 monibors DIG EDUCATION FUND Tho house at Frankfort hits passed thq bill appropriating ISOOOOO for tho state college and 180000 for each of the state normal schools WILLSON TO ATTIINDGov Wlllson has announced that he will attend the conference of governors of states over which Pros RoOsevelt will preside which will meat silt Washington In May to discuss the preservation of the natural resources of the nation r SMITH AND ABNER TRIALS Tho trials of John Abner and John Smith for the murder of JlmCpck rill have been set for the 13th day of the present term of the court at Jackson TILE HUGHES MOVEMENT A skirmish lino of angels wings Too white for any sullying Tho praise of Hughes unceasing sings Not fearing any bullying But back of those aro some who fish To get thq laws for which they wish t 4f y A glint of opal at the front From silvery clouds outflickering Hints purity beyond the wont Of politicians dickering But back of this are thingumbobs Who hold or seek the York State Jobs A Page a Saxe a D It James Their eulogies are uttering In words that speak of highest aims Ant show no shameful stutteringfBut far more forceful further back Are Aldrldgp Payn Odell and Black Y i 7i75i 8Y4R7 IIIR IIEiWY PF8EY- tJpy2fT 6 by aAAGEl7VdCt1fbV CHAPTER XXXIIContinued Then where I demanded Iropa tlentty 1L must be from one of the win dows of tlio story below Well wo shall soon see t poised myseif to clamber through the window on tho broad stono gutter along which Captain Forbes must hart mndo his way Then I hesitated WhatJ You are afraid cried the woman fiercely If so I will jjo myself TCo I am not afraid I replied with dollbcra n I am wondering what boy TT think when they come from the oratory presently to find mo gone Sto will think that t am your accom rUce T can easily tell tho truth They will scarcely bellovo you ffcall 1 ur shall I not tell them ol dangertut you While yon hesitate Prlnco Ferdinand may be assassinated 13 this a time for oxpla trillions Say that tho tools persist in misunderstanding you it is only a tiiiestlcm of an hour or two at tho most tetoro you may tell tho truth Go and I swear by the cause I hold sacred that It you save him tho honor of Sir Mor timer Brett shall yet oo saved V 5n Tiivo promised much already only to deceive me I said gloomily ihfrl Swear 111 They are coming 1 hcJyafho door of the oratory open I TiCsftated no longer- CHAPTER XXXII 1 Escape from the Tower- I clung to my precarious support lying prostrate on the broad stono gut iter Tho roar of the swirling river heal at my senses confusedly tho gl jdy height mado my head swim SoineWilng of tho horror I had felt In rqjimling tho overhanging shoulder of- the mountain with Willoughby that data dor came to me now That presently that giddiness passed Ttio extraordinary promlso of Madame dc Varnlcr rang In my ears How it was possible for her to explain away Sir Mortimers damning words If the letters wero genuine I could not sec KtA this had been a day of miracles Slowly I made my way toward tho first Of tho flanking towers The wind mo with redoubled force aa I turned tho corner I heard tho ensign above fluttering loudly In the gale Hooked up I could see It now It floated bravely In the spanking breeze The ehlnfng squarely on It Tuado It even possible for mo to distin guish Aa design It was tho national flixgW England the royal arms In it- stear Then I remembered the quota Ur t from tho Blue Dank I had read CaptJriTfeb lag to be used by Ills Majes ty B Diplomatic Servants whether on shore or embarked on boats Is the TJqlon with tho Royal Arms in tho ccJrtdr hereof surrounded by a green garland I had reached my goal now For some minutes I was compelled to Ho inactive however for tho flag belly flit fa the gale mado it Impossible for mortal grasp tho cords As I lay thero Impatient walling my chaneo I glanced below I could see plainly Uio ladder of stones as Ma darn tip Varnier had called It the ragged edges of tho granite sparkling brightly in the moonlight I leaned Abr tea far as I dared they extended nd far RS I could sec Aa my eye traveled tho line to the tfyreco below the door of the great thrift opcwod A flood of light Irradiated ss porHon of tho terrace I saw dls OqptTy two figures conversing a mo wept at tho doorway Ono of these entered the chateau again but tid other and I hud recognized Dr idarva by his great bulk before the 4Qor was shut stole across tho terrace lI entered a brougham that stood vatlfne AK tho carriage disappeared under ttVcovered archway of the passage the village street I mado renewed efforts to reach tho cords I eMi d readily guess Dr Starvas mis sitar JIG had gone to met Prlnco Vcrdinand at tho station Heaven flows IoW eager I was to bo ono of tio reception committee Staten at last I bad caught ono of the cords I severed it thoughtlessly with ray penknife I had not counted Ih the strength necessary to hold so largo a flag The cord slipped from my hand I expected tho flag to fall gpti reached out frantically for the uihr ropo But 1n somo way the rope t had severed and to which tho flag aas not fastened became entangled in Ajpimlley and tho flag falling halfway dOwn tfeo polo remained at halfmast I vow reached up as far as I could fgnodtog en the stone gutter 1 was about to never the other cord that to chjch the flag was fastened when it occurred to me tq attempt to disco KUgo the ropes from their fastening e ttho window below I was complete 2=ccfi = fu1I estimated that I had tUMT a length of at least CO foot When I had plaited tho cords bled and knotted them at Intervals toII jjjeovcnt them from slipping sey I made a loophole to slip over tho last stone of my ladder when I should reach It Then taking tho cord between my teeth I lowered my self cautiously over tho gutter The wind was still blowing In fitful gusts I had been reluctant to avail myself of tho few extra feet of rope necessary to keep tho flag afloat I fastened tho end of tho cord about tho stono gutter leaving the flag still fly ing at halfmast There seemed a cer tain aptness that my carelessness In cutting tho rope had seen to It that tho dead ambassador bo flttlugly hon oredIt seemed ages before my feet touched tho first block of granlto pro- Jecting from the smooth masonry But once on my way tho first part of my descent was made with no great dif ficultyStep by step I neared tho terrace Suddenly the perspiration broke out on my forehead I had felt for my next step and it was missing Frantically my feet reached down for It I lowered myself one more round still I could not touch It Then I laughed aloud In the ccstacy of my relief I had reached the last round of tho ladder My arms ached Merciful heavens how they did acho But I was full of courage In splto of my exhaustion I lowered myself by my arms still an other round and slipped tho nose over tho last of tho stones I could reach Then I trusted myself to the rope Haddon In spite of tho knots tho friction burned my palms as it they wore branded by fire I could not regulate my speed I was too exhausted for that I trusted to blind luck I could only hopo that Madame de Varniers estimate was a conservative ono How far I actually fell I have no idea My feet camo to tho pavement with a forgo that sent mo headlong But aside from the violent shock and a bruise or two I had suffered no in jury I struggled thankfully to my footMy arm was seized not too gently If I bad wished to make an outcry I should have been prevented by the hand placed at my mouth I peered Into the taco of tho man who had mado roe captive I do not know whether I was more relieved than consternated to recognize Locko as wo stood In the shadow Haddonl he cried as he made out my features Where in hell did you come from Not hell Locke say rather heave en I pointed upward to the tower You must be In a desperate hurry when you essay the role of an angel to cono flying through the air ho said grimly and tho hold on my arm tightened Suppose you tell mo your errand CHAPTER XXXIII I Prince Ferdinand Come to the Chateau Locke I panted leaning breath less against the wall for Gods sake let mo R It is a matter of Ufa or deathOentlynot so loud Again hi hand was pjaced at my mouth Hi pulled me bac tho I i ghaouwofan aagio of the hall ilo listened In ntlyIThere was a heavy footfall on thjs terrace It sounded nearer A maul muffled in a cloak came to tho edgo of tho band of moonlight Ho alto was listening Pr i ontly he stole softly to the parapet and looked down at the village Neither of UB spoke until UP had resumed his beat before tho great portal of tho chateau Who Is he I whispered Locko led me out of hearing hu grog tho wall You know as well as I Now thou for our deferred talk This morning I asked you for somo explanation of your extraordinary conduct You ohore not to give it me Well I moan to have It now Como what Is this errand that sends you flying through tho air for a hundred feet nt tho risk of your neck It appears to bo press log The denth mask I began Incoherently Prlnco Ferdinand Ills grasp tightened Ho drew me roughly toward him In his surprise Tho deathmask What of It Starve has lured Prlnco Ferdinand to tho chateau Already ho has gone to meet him at ho statlou When ho returns with him hercFerdinand coma to meet Sir Mot timer Sir Mortimer man Is dead Dead And you have undertaken to fill his place It Is very consldorato of youHis voice vibrated with distrust But I tried to keep my temper It Ferdinand enters that doot with Starva ho will not r leave It alh Q un less help Is summon For a moment Lxikos suspicions wavered I had spokou with a solemn ity that touched oven his skepticism And who has told you this ho asked slowly Madame de Varnlcr the Countess SarahoffAh your friend of the kursaal Whoro is she I i olntcd upward In tho tower there The four of us Captain Forbes Miss Brett that He Cried woman and myself were trapped by Dr Starva Dont you see It was to clear the field for action to leave hInt free to accomplish his frightful work unmolested Locke this in no time for talk Ono of us must conceal him self in the ball there tbe other sum mon help Are you aimed 1 Rather he answered grimly It Is that fact that should show you the uselessness of struggling You have called mo a fool more than once I cried bitterly Dut you I are a hundred times a fool that you aro blind to the need of action All In good time my friend I have still a question or two to ask If Cap tain Forbes is imprisoned in tho tower there why did ho permit you to play the hero alone Why Is he not with you Have you pulled the wool over his eyes as you did over tho oyes of Miss Drett 1 It seems to mo a little remarkable that ho should trust a man who has tricked him moro than onceLockes cool question staggered ran I had no Intention of lying but my hesitancy did not lessen his growlnj distrust of my motives There was no more Ume to explain things to him than there is to you Do sides ho would not have believed mo I mutteredA not bellove you ho answer d with some sternness As I shall not believe you until you take pain to make things a little more clear The Countess Sarahoff It Is who tells you of the peril of Prince Ferdinand She takes you Into her cgnfldence that In itself scarcely strengthens my trust of you Dut this woman Is the accomplice of Dr Starva Why then Is she suddenly co anx ious to disconcert his planaf v 1 rtri k aiiturn 2f traitor iiai iJrot told you that ho trapped Madame do Vurnlor with the rest of usT I was becoming desperate The min utes was flying swiftly and Locke was oven moro aggressive than when ha had first surprised mo To reason with him was Impossible unless I told him all Thero was no tlmo for that Force alono could rescue mo from my dilemma If it was hopeless to disarm his suspicions could I rob him of the revolver In his hip pocket I made no further attempt to resist I stood passively waiting my chance So Starva has turned traitor LooVo questioned ironically Hut II tho Countess Sarahoff Is so anxious to outwit her former confederate If tho lIfo of Prlnco Ferdinand Is actually In peril and she would save him why did sho not send a man for that desperate work Why did sho not let Captain Forbes escape Instead of ou1 Would ho bo so averse to tho saving of a kings life Even If you bollovo hot silly yarn she has tricked you You am clay In her hands her kisses have bwltchcO you I made no answer to his taunts Vn consciously ho had loosened his hold I stood as ono crushed by his vindic tire Scorn My attitude confessed defeat Locke believed tho acted lie when ho had contemptuously scoffed at tho truth Onco more your errand and no moro lies You wish to save Ferdf nand you pretend that Is the futile errand Madame do Vnruler bonds you on You would penetrate tho stronghold of a desperate band unarmed you who only this morning saw a young girls life threatened and raised no hand If It was cowardice that I mado you hesitate why should the coward play tho horo so bravely now Or was It that you are tho ally of the very man whom you pnstoncl you aw anxious to confront emptyhanded- I have done rn best to move you What do you want I am in your handsI tho truth I bavo told you tho truth If I lied It might avail mo more I said hitter ly For tho last time I entreat you I have been proved n coward frlcc Out this was to be my chanco I hoped to retrieve my olf Hut fate Mocks tho way with a fool who cannct see when a man Is desperately in earont Ferdinands murder Is certain If wo lift no band to save him Llstei In my pocket Is tho key to tho little door Juitt beyond you Take it let yourself into the ball hide there and use the evidence of your own oywi And let you slip from my hands Not much What le that He turned abruptly The aeoora plies of Dr Starva who had been keep ing guard before the door was running toward tho passageway leading from the village street I could hear Ills tinctly tho carriage wheels rumble over tho cobblestones For tho last time I besought There Is not nn Instant to lose Still ho hesitated looking cautiously around the angle of the wall at the liP preaching carriage Ills curiosity rondo him negligent This was my chance Ono gran caught him about the neck the otlUr reached for his woapon Then 1 pushed him violently backward and covered him retreating myself toward tho little door tho boy in my hand- Stand back I whispered fiercely low take you choice Go to tho vII lagc you cant go too quickly you stubborn Idiot Como back with gem armes batter down tho door Or otao como with mo You have accused moot cowardice more than once Show you are a man Quickly your cholci I heard him chuckling softly to hint self In tho darkness Well Im damned he muttered moro than onco Load on Macduff As my key slipped Into the lock In was at my side I pushed the little door open Tho hall was empty but brlllant with the light of a hundred candles No nook or cranny afforded us a sate hidingplace I leaped up the staircase with Lnckl at my heels Wo had reached the gal Ion as the great door swung open Prlnco Ferdinand entered Dr Starve and his ally crowding him close on either side Tbo prince stepped Into the hall with apparent confidence Out as ho hoard the door clang behind him ho turned alertly to Dr Starva There is Madamo de Varnlcr he demanded in French Madamo do Vornler is unavoidably detained your Majesty Sho has delegated mo to receive you Oe assured your Majestys welcome shall uot be lacking in warmth Will your Majesty pray bo seated There are urgent matters of stab to be discussed Ho pushed tho prince brutally into a chair bonding over him with a hldeoua smllo that would have done credit to tho devil himself Locko and I wero crouching behind an antique rug that hung over the gal dory rail Ho grasped my hand and wrung It bard It was an apology that ho had doubted me and an assurance that ho was with mQ now heart and soul Ho had seen enough already to provo to him that I had spoken the absoluto truth Wo listened br athhss yes and we could seo as well and with no danger of discovery Tho rug was a museum specimen and in places wrs worn through web and woof It was a elm plo matter to widen Iho sliu slightly with our fingers Perhaps your Majesty did not no lice tho flag that flies at halfmast over tho tower taunted Starve At halfmast your Majesty Ah hU Majesty grows pale friend BraUnau HiA Majesty has imagination growled tho other rulDan TC UK coxzwuknj nu FATTENING FOWLS Provide the RlQht Conditions to Get Good Results In order to fatten poultry at a profit the right facilities must bo provided and proper food used Probably among t tho beet nro fat moat resumes corn meal potatoes rIce cows milk and oatmonl with milk If anything oat uiftfll is preferable because of effect on color or tat says a writer In Success ful Fanning The point Is to fatten fowls In the The Coop shorted time possible A good way Is to confine In coops like the ono shown In cut The open part may bo made of lath or wire netting Keep pen dark except when fowls are eating Throw thick covering old carpet or quilts over exposed part and the pan will be so dark that birds will move about very little between meals In the morning If fed bolted potatoes crushed while hot nUll thickened with com meal nnd a little salt and popper for seasoning chickens will fatten very fast They should be fed three times a day and their bllloffaro varied aa musts as possible Iurapklr or tniuth may tako place of bolted pota totes occasionally Fresh bedding should be supplied frbquonlly and the coop and spot Il occupies kept clean AUTOMATIC POULTRY WATERING System Used by Dr A H Phelps Described Upon each floor of my poultry hettse- I hale a 2Inch Iron pipe whloh JKIMW the whole length of both the main floor and loft front west to east at the latter and projecting outside the build ing Tile pipe runs along the floor passing through each of the warm meeting rooms In each of which U a T Joint nrntoMated by a 1inch nipple coupling On the top of this IsI crewejl a castIran drinking cup laeaoa In diameter and 4 Inchc deep All are MIL at the same level At the west sad the inflow takes plmo through a tank supplied float valve like that used for filnlI a closet Title tank sad vulva are ad Jnetwt to too Mme levoi an the drink lag cuM no that whoa the ceps ore full the float shuts off tho inflow nail ai the water is used out It fails Jut a to allow tire to refill Itn811lanot wasted At the outflow at tho west end n gate servos to flush out the whole system Intkle of this sato aa overflow pipe plaeed at tbe prw er level easily prevents the possibility of the cups overflowing and thereby flooding the floors Tho 9Inch pipe U of thAt etsa to render clogging Im poutbto A pipe from tho hot water heater In the brooder cellar Is coo needed with tho Inflow pipe making It iwMlble to supply hot water to the system Orango Judd Farmer- SCRATCHINGS Is It the business heji thin year or only a bonnier The farmer who raises poultry can always obtain ready money A chick that Is continually chllltxl seldom amounts to much because vitality Is used up to resist and aver come abuse It ia not A sod plan to food grown up fowls too much noft food as It tends to mako them dyspeptic In estimating tho cost of keeping poultry It is best to allow ono bushel of grain u year to each laying hon Vlth hens It Is much better to keop the appetite sharp compelling them to bo active and search for food Pick nil small slow going Indiffer ent appearing pulIoU and save them fur broilers Keep for maturity only thu best of tho whole lot of pullets Experiments show that tho yearling lion lays 40 per cent moro eggs than time hen two years old Poorly Fed Hens Occasionally a flock that IB BO small that It is fed mostly from tho table scraps IB really uuderfcd Wo Intro seen people boll small potatoes for their hens and add these dally to the potato imringH and other table scraps It salt was added in a small amount tho fowls nto them well but such a flock Is always underfed He cause tile fowls have their crops full IB not proof that they have the rote stnnllal things out of which to manu facture eggs There is such a thing as overdoing a good thing and this Is ono of tho cases Tho potatoes ano such stuff are made up almost wholljt of starchy matter anddo not glvotbo material out of which to make albu men whose bwo must ho nitrogen It is possible to make a hen think silo Is being well fed when sho is not Clean Up Seed Grain Clean up all the seed grain and do It now while you can tako plenty of time for the job Dont uso any old mill with stoves all rusted out Good mills with all attachments are cheap now and it pays to have onothal will clean out all weed scads MAKING A didbDh1 1 Simplify Care of Little Chicks by Con strutting One i Somo people try to have a Tot of f l hens hatch about the same ttmo na their Incubator Ihon gtvo tho elilcks to tho Irons lint I have found by ox i licrlonco that Is n mistake wrttcn n poultry keopor in Formats Mall nnd llreoio Tho lien will tako them out nod drag them around in the dew nUll if It happens to rain she will nit right dowu whoro she happens to bo nnllIlose from three to halt a dozen or per haps all tho flock whllo If tho chicks had n brooder they would run into It and bo safe I mnko my own brooders They work nil right out of doors and I never yet have lost n chick with them I take n piece of Bheotlroii SO inches wide anti 2 feet long Then two pieces of 1 by 8 3 feet long and In each board make two holes IS Inches apart lluu RUB pipe through these for the shoetlron to rest on and fasten the boards 2 feet apart Make n rack out of lath to nit on top of Iron and cover with thick brown paper Usa two pieces of 1 by 10 3 feet C Inchon long from which to make a cov or fasten on top of first board with hlngos nnd hooks BO they ran ba turned back to clean out brolttlerIOutsldo the brooder hoer level with tho sheetlrrfn fleer for S Inches then slant to ground so alIto mako a run for tho chicks to In and out Sot the brooder lamp our I der the sheetlron and plaeo the lath I rack and thick paper over tho ITonITho chicks will never get too teas the lamp explodes which bas nevor happened yet for me Tho cost of thin brooder Is about 160 lump aud nil HATCHADILITY OF EGGS Observation Shows That There it Great Difference In Eggs J Koch bird has Its own Individuality Dy that 1 moon that there uro certain I birds which lay UBRS that arc nearly always hatebnblo With one hen we found that she was n Rood hen that laid fertile OMS but tho were not hntcboble utter haws DNsIIncubators Ouo peculiarity ft f eggs was that the click would develop Ifchick In the abet We call that a tea tile ewe but It II an imbaictuible egg We bare also totted other peas that will lay equally as many are nearly all hatebabto uvular notn1IcniMllttons but they are tot an hntab I able trader artificial coddlUoni There are n few bens sad I ntn parry to slate that they are In tbs whose opts are Untenable rafnorltJImeet any condition In these hens In the taller class have no mHch vitality awl their 1IItflIiare so strongly fertilised that will stead chess la the way nt tet neraltir Mud other oondltkws that are present la some methods of hreulw Urn set yet will batch a obtehen that fe fNlrly Uu1CtW It Graham On tario HIVE SCRAPER Most Servloible Tool Can De Made Out of a Buggy Spring I have hen using a cheap mad prie Usable hivo tool which can be midI a wagon or buggy spring writes a a ortrespondent la Itee Culture The Scraper broken end of a spring can generally bo found at any blacksmith shop and tho thin end can be filed sharp for ten or fifteen cents Have It sharpened an per tho Illustration the this end sharpened and ono side about two Inches back to be mimed as a striper or screwdriver and time thick end can 00Isquared on ono edge to drive a nail with I find It very handy fey nit pur poses around an apiary Number of Hens to Rooster 1 have often rend In poultry papers If you put moro than eight or ton hens In Uio breeding pen tho eggs wfll not hatch My experience has boon that 26 or 30 Leghorn bison with only ono cockerel lay eggs which hatch chicks ovary one In 1805 I had n pm of CO mixed pullets In n place 10x18 feet I had a brown leghorn cockerel that I had no use for so put him in with this lot In March writes tho cor respondent In Orange Judd farmer ono of my neighbors wanted to exchange eggs to set so I lot him havo 30 eggs front this pen I did not tell him about the way they were mated as I had somo doubt about their hatching Out ho got 28 chicks from tho 30 eggs and came back Tor 30 more getting 26 chicks the last time or 54 chicks from CO eggs Light Seed Light seed will produce light grain This has been proved many tines Light seed has not sufficient powbr to push tho young plants during tho early stages of growth and It becomes stunted DoubleDisk CornDy all means doubledisk tho eon stubble before sowing to oath Then If you will harrow with tho disk and cross harrow you will not worry about Tour seedbed c k I WANT FLOWERS 4OutFleraTbl Xerni I Funeral PMIH- WeiMIng flee rotted flout it w w ryt + S 0 I The Co INCORFORATED j PHONE 12 BEREA KY 1 OMA hM++h ++I I 0 0 I I i i Berea and Vicinity i e o 0 0 e e 1 o e0- I e IDR BEST DENTIST IOFFICE OFFICE u D HollWigr west to WII Nester Friday on l laerI I Mir Ka d Htlwurtto to reeolrtK a I vUU fhm tar waUwr of UHpste Ohio MM F le and Anderson who has tMen i t ilrk with yetpelae ItI- 1IUCB ItMpTUVld Mr i A Roblneona l aiy obit I IIM ben Arioiuly HI with pmnaio via la now much defter You dftit trust to luck to run your builues t for you Wky do you trust It to son your goods for you Horn to Mr and MR Krwel G iKMlge at their horns Is tit treat Brooklyn en Washington birthday J a daughter Beatrice W N Huskor OreoiUuxll a form er Itona boy WI In town several days on bwslaae t lie If now A sac cental storekeefMr tiles MarthA Hacker formerly of Item but now of Hamilton u PX pecu to vtelt taste during Gomtnvnee meat MOftfHiMHted by a friend Tile Hev M K Paseo preached tact ftttMlay at lino Grove Jurkxtn OoMBty hU place at the ossrWta J tlowl Church being taken by Mr 1JainComb 4 Ina May Utter the UIr e wwkll old daughter of Mr and Wn Hltoy IIIIdI- lIlIt WedRMday and WM burin Thursday Dr Thomson performing the certtwnta At the grave A tetavm has been received saying Unit Ika aeration on the Rev Otlw MeCuUy which Dr Oorwiiua west to Ilouldw Colo to perform WM most successful TIM tier Mwem Hudeon and Da gw were nt Illiw Lick last Saturday nlgtit ails at Pftrrtatown Siuday giving Mr Dnaera lecture on the West African MMom with stereo lloon Illustrations Tie Union Church will uw for tue first limo at Its communion service t noxt Sunday the set of Individual cups profontcd to It by Prof and Mrs Dlnimorc Tho church has had n tine cabinet mado to hold tho Jot n SPECIAL NOTICE Till further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In buying Railroad ticket take receipt for money for the round trip fare and the re ceipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be I first class in every respect and to give good satisfaction Onlybest class of materials used DR V H HOBSON DENTIST Pia lie N12 RickMtad Ky h RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Ibene No IIS PHONE ALBERT I Porter Drug oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosaeoeosoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo SOURCESoaeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoooeoeoeo tagI oeosoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Combs Bros Grocery Cnll no 9o in up All goods delivered TwMtjroiM U new members wets re ertved lute tbo Union Chunk tart wDtfey HMklng nfLJfour irinio tile mlval and In the afternoon Dr TbomMH ImnHVMd twalvv In lh- ChapeL A Uallfbtful ltt jrroriniKjr WM- llvm Moktkty night at Dr and Mn ConwIlMs for Mr Cartmrtli Sunday School dktM and all report M tine sale The eta OMorted the boys to and Iron the putty sad acted M bees = to the beet of their ability aql several of UM boys admit tHy received valua bie lessens Howard and Nat Snttatr have gone to UM SkAiuuKloah Valley Dlrtekm of Uw Kerfolk and Weal ru to take placer M tatagrnph opamtora at ala ttoNB batwwan Ilagaratomi and Hoa Hoka Howard made wieh a pod rttmUtton In tits iirt ous service for the road that it was iliad to give ptaees to both of the boys What wren trobably the last inset tag of the K1ngs llaglin Bt of the eoonrU of the reeettt rtvlral was held last night and at It ipteially designed buttons were given to tb- baeembees A number of Uoliiful looks to Iw Rlvwi to Uw wnrarto have Men rwMlvwt from Irea Fret and will be linn out by Dr Thomson and the beam of the aol js dtnartawnu TINt Herald ot 1rsw llrllain Conn notes the elfltton et Martin 1C Pat co Jro thi f tfoJfllly crested office lot aaalaUHl foerefnry In the Ain r leas Hosiery Oo Tlita te a Hroi whlfb employs MO hand and Mr Pasco had recently been promoted to ofiltepap This Is the last notice of the Iud eonosrt which will bd glvan In the College Chapel next Wednesdays night at 730 The baud Is oompftefld largely of town btty and all should turn out to Hear UIMH as they am doing well coder OMnI Oanfialda able tutelage Tile program will oonslet of selections by the band orchestra Ariel Quartet and a string quartet piano nUll flute duots and violin jil ano flute and vocal solos Admission IB and 10 conts Dr Thomson will leavo horo Monday for Ft Wayne Ind whore for ton days ho will teach In tho Dlblo Training School there Ho will tako along his fitorooptlcon and will deliver his lectures on astronomy and also will devote ono night to showing views of Boron and tho mountains From there ho will go to his old homo at Medina 0 to vliUt his mother and ho hopes to spend half a day at Mt Vernon 0 whoro Mr Lyon Is now holding a revival Hudson will preach at tho Church at tho morning UnIonII Sunday ho Is gone and Prof Cook will speak at tho College Chap el In the evening The Citizen wants all the news If you have any call up phone 16 and tell us about It Dont be modest about yourself and remember we never tell who tells us thlnpI FHCOWLEYMD Rpeclnlljr prepared to treat dlaeawa of the Eye Nose Ear and Throat Industrial Building Bern Ky Houri a to 4 pm i r + bird J G Harrison hall been quite 111 with grippe Will Iarks was In Cincinnati last week on business Mrs J Bunlotto has been suffer ing for the past week with lagrippe Miss Bulah Vlars of Scaffold Cane visited with J E Dalton and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Tlco Gabbard has bought a lot of B II Gabbard on Center street and expects to build on it soon Sidney Combs has sold his new houso on Estill street to Mrs New corner Miss Graco Baker visited with her grandparents at Wallaceton Satur day and Sunday Mr L L Shadoln the editor of tho News who was confined with an attack of chlckonpox was able to bo out again and resume his duties but soon had to surrender again to the mumps Tho Rev C A Van Winkle pas tor of tho Disciples Church Is away for a short vliit In Illinois Mr Arch Scrlvnor and family who have been living horo for tho past yoar moved last week to Plnevlllo Miasma Grace and Bees Hays and Lillian Ambrofo were the guests last Saturday night of Mr and Mrs Henry Lengfellpcr of Hickory Plains Mr Bernard Lewis who has beon awry from Berea for quito a while returned from Cleveland 0 last week Tits home ot Mr Tom Daniels about one and onolmlf miles from hen on the Walnut Meadow pike burned to the ground about 200 oclpck last Tuesday morning The cause of the tire Is unknown The Conversation Club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mr soil Mrs Ifcbrnrds on Richmond SU Subject for dlfcuMlon will be The Needs of Prison Reform eoaogoaooooeoeoeoaoaoeoene O O College Items i10 0 oj 0 HERE AJ4ft THERE 8 e oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeMr a slight ease of measles Mrs Gamble taught Miss Camp bells musle pupils whiles she was at Winchester Miss Bowenox who has been 111 for some time Is able to bo out but has not wholly recovered her voice y t Howard Shoemaker a Boron college student of last year 1ms joined the U S Navy aq an oleetrlaian Miss Maud flee of Palntvlllo a Berea student of lost year was mar tied hut fall tOo Wayne Col via Uie surveyor of Johnson County Mr Kelly has been oliosen toast master of tho A Z banquet whist will be held the first Saturday of the spring term Sir ftrtkerson will Ire wide at the P D feast but the tote has not yet bean set Mr J S Pauls returned lat week fqom Saylersvllle wltaro ho land none to appear In a court case and wishes- It stated that he was not seared out Ill any fiver storis Ho went on boa ness and when it was over canto lack bringing a friend with himA member of tie college faculty fatuous for mathematical ability U accused ot swindling tho Coop lIe approached tho gentlemanly dirk and asked for a tablet coating four cents Ho than produced a nickel and threo coppers The clerk took tho nickel giving him back ona cent Tho stately professor then said Here Ive got four cents now give mo back that nickel Which tho gentlemanly clerk did Tho swindle was later detected and tho swindler forcod to reimburse his victim An attempt was made to hush the mat ter up but Tha Citizens natural hon esty forbids The Rev Charles Sumner Brown ol tho Walnut Hills Baptist Church Cincinnati gave a most delightful Washingtons birthday talk on Pa triotism at tho College Chapel last Friday Mr and Mrs Brown were entertained by Prof and Mrs Raine during their stay here The Y W C A held their annual business meeting Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock In Fast Parlor Ladles Hall Tho following officers were elected for tho ensuing year President bliss Lillian Ambrose Vice President Miss Amy Brldgman Sec retail Miss Louise Fro Treasur er Miss Etta Lowls At tho closo of the business meeting a social was hold and refreshments wore served WATCH FOR THIS MAN Several people In Berca a week or two ago subscribed to Uncle Remus Magazine thru a Mr D E Rector who gave himself out as an agent for the magazine Ho was very anxious to have cash Instead of cheeks and got It In moo cases Tho time for the inagulno to arrive Is past and the subscribers aro mostly looking anxious One wrote to the magazine and received a letter slating that no such man was known and asking for his description Ha was about five feet ten dark and well dressed If you see him oak him to prove ho is an agent BOYS AT WINCHESTER Fortynine boys from Derea at tended the State Y 11 C A Convention in Winchester from Thursday to Sunday and all report a delightful time They were royally entertained by the people of tho city and found tho meetings of tho convention both profitable and pleasant Thoro was 1 banquet given for tho delegates Thursday night by tho ladles of Wln jheetor which was very much en Joyed Tho music furnished by tho Uoroa orchestra and the Ariel Quartet won great applause Both were wofltod almost tor death and the quartet was in such demand that on Sunday they wont from church to torah and sang many times A tow of tho boys took advantage of tho trip to get a little recreation slid some of thorn are still Sore over their experience at a roller skating rink TilE OLDI SJlIONRD ONE I The steam treats good I reckon To warm the ruin race Out thats nuthlu In tho country Beats the oldfhshlontd fireplace II t Tho fat old fashfoned backlog la what I hove to see An dream tho old dreams over With the sparks aflyin free III The night wind howlln round me It dont sound solemn when Alookln In tho flraplaco I dream my dreams again Atlanta Constitution Berea National Bank No 83- 3UIrtr the condition or the Tler a Nntloiml hunk nt llnrcn In the tale of Kentucky nt the close of huilnenn IVliruiiry 1 4 1008I- IESOCRCE3 Loans OUt Discounts 0555100 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 150 73 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 rromiums on U S Bonds 1312 50 Banking house furniture and fixtures 5150 00 Duo from approved reserve ugeuts 11050 44 Cheeks and other cash items 20 03 Notes of other National Bunks 320 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 2G 40 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN DANE viz Specie 5270 20 Legaltender notes 101800 0288 20 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1250 00 TOTAL 110147 50 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 00 Surplus fund 2500 00 Undivided profits less oxpennes and taxes paid 530 72 National Bank notes outstanding 24850 00 Individual deposits subject to check 02800 78 Certified checks 400 00 TOTAL 110147 50 State of Kentucky County of Madison ssi I J L Gay Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J L Gay Cashier CorrectAttest S E Welch Wright Kelly S R Baker DirectorsI Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of J M Early Notary Public I I J I 9 1IIq V r 05 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint rage TO TEST RATE LAWAttorney General Bonaparte Is planning to bring a series of suits early next year to tost tho rate law which was passed two years ago and which some of the railroads aro not obeying The pipe lines will bo one of tho storm centers of the fight RETURNING TO MARTINIQUE Although only six years have passed since tho city of Martinique with a population of about thirty thousand was wiped out In ten minutes by a volcanic eruption hardly a soul es caping people are now moving back there Tho volcano Is still active but hundreds of people aro living on the site of the city and thousands in tho surrounding country where forty lot first none and the to B R night day No l1efNl AT 50 Ofllra hourCity Phone extracted without CONN Lancaster Ky A Lota For Sale Best of to er Two four and rooms 1 P ISIS lit dJII i I thousand were killed in one day SOCIETY LEADER Mrs Williams Burden formerly Miss Nattca Rives one of tho soci ety leaders of New York and famous for her beauty was by Inhaling gas in her room in her Fifth avenue homo last Friday The de cided that her death was accidental had been a bitter quarrel in her over her marriage DANGER IN PORTUGALThere- Is still great of some kind of In Portugal for the mont has not made friends with either side and Is by both partIesjA KENTUCKIAN APPOINTED Charles A Conrad of Kentucky has theIrrrrrrrrrrrrrl rasarr1t+ rrrrOt+ rrrtrrrrrrrrrnert rrrrrrrerr I I THE CLEAN GROCERY I r IT 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foot yearly MilMCiipliunnCau rcurvcTlirClliicu free eU for one year AdvetlUiug rair on upptmtion J MPMalta or XKMTOCKY IRhAS ASSOCIATION Neva An English doctor declares tea modesty Is a disease We know a lot of people who have been vaccinated Sir Thomas Lipton has altered his challenge to cult criticism lie seems to be wllUug to loso again any old way John D Ilockefellcr Is said to ban die very little actual money It would bo a great hardship for him to be obliged U count It all himself Pittsburg Is having a plague of snails And yet tho rest of the world has been given to understand that tho Smoky city is nothing If not rapid It Is said that eating candy kills the appetite for liquor but with tho price of chocolate bonbons going up It may bo cheaper to scorn the water wagon Lightning In Connecticutstruck the nest of a setting hen and batched out two chickens Evidently the natureS faking thrives on attempts to put It down Possibly detectives in this coun try do not use disguises because nobody would suspect most of them of being detectives unless it was aDo pounced Tho king of Spain it is said has been cured of snoring but the man who occupies the berth just across the aisle from you In a sleeping car is a hopeless case Comes Sir Thomas and says that If the Americans will not race small boats he win send a large one He does not propose to stand on a mere matter of size That operation on King Alfonso seems to have been beneficial in more ways than one Decauso of It ho has been compelled to cut down his dally cigarette ration An English professor has been tell ing San Francisco that pigs have souls If this comes to the ears of the packing trust an effort will bo mado to can them The trust lets nothing escape knowingly Mrs Hetty Green is at liberty to think anything she likes about high finance Most of us never will have the chance for anything more than a i theoretical knowledgo of Itv so wo cant contradict her An Xray examination has disclosed the fact that a soldier in Indianapolis has two hearts Dut this ought not to be thought so remarkable since it Is a well authenticated fact that a sailor anywkere leaves a heart in every port A Paris scientist has succeeded ho claims in producing life in sea urch- Ins by means of chemicals The non scientific world is shuddering a thanksgiving that ho did not select mosquitoes for his vivifying experi menu A scientist in Denmark has discov ered that when people weep they shod germs It cannot be said that in this another illusion is gone for it will take more than mere science to con vines womankind that there is more harm than benefit in a good cry Instruments attached to unmanned balloons havo recorded say German scientists that It IB warmerfover the poles than it is over the equator It may be that the equator ieeps aU tho heat going for tho surface but proof of the assertion is necessarily all in tho air- Why should army officers be required to rldo 15 miles on horseback as a test of military fitness Just when the automobile is becoming recog nized as a valuable auxiliary in mili couldtI autos and it would add to the effi ciency of the machines when they run enemytThe students in a western college have adopted a novel method of has lug They imprisoned a fellow etudent in a coma for ten hours with the lid down and candles burning about him Some of the reports of hazing in the colleges of the country sarcastically suggests the Baltimore American woqld Indicate that a chair for the de velopmont of a decent Benso of humor in the youth of the land would not be a bad addition to the scheme of work 1Xura111lrliuJrg lillInrt11 Na1tJ tmes ailjat 3t fas Qlnsi I By N J BACMELDER Master National Cranse Patron of Husbandry IT DO not understand why tlio word tree is used in conmvtioi 1 with rural delivery Is it any more applicable to rural delivery than to city delivery- In regard to rural mail delivery 1 will say while I have no figures upon tho subject it is conceded on every hand that it is worth several times its costa Tim deiloil charged to rural mail delivery is only nominal for it does not tnke into account tho increase in receipts of tho jwsta department from the increased postal business on accouul of it If tho mattur were stated in detail I believe theN would bo no deficit but on tho other hand thoro would bo n profit from the rural until delivery Outside of the direct result it has had such an effect in raising farm values in increasing the intelligence among rural people and in bringing rural sections into direct communication with couture of wealth and popu lation that it has been worth nil it cost were there no additional receipts to credit to it It is my opinion that no money expended by the federal government has brought grouter returns to tho country as n whole than the money expended in sustaining rural nail delivery rontos oven worn them u revenue therefrom I believe it is a question upon which there ia loft ono opinion and that every argument tend to the verdict that it has been worth many times its cost W11r lIirtltraf By REV MADISON C PETERS D D Noted Preacher and Lecturer Itttfg Jtattlunii Attainable cJ c The onomilllwom an is she who has ac quired the habit of saving She cconomiKs in order to save- Saving is akin to thrift which is simply accumulation by heat- of saving and both are opposed to penury which in its true meaning is saving at the expense of suffering The saving woman is not to be confounded with the niggardly worn an who denies herself the necessities in order to hoard money Economy may be called n virtue in those whose moans will not allow a lavish expenditure or in fact an expenditure that will cnrry them be yond the means they can practically afford It is frugality the frugal will judicious use of what they can command and which the dictates of reason and common sense regulate according to circumstances A woman can be as frugal and economical on an income of 10000- a year ns on one of 1000 provided she keeps within her limit mill s orders her affairs as to correspond with her purse Circumstances must always regulate the expenditure It would bo very foolish for the laborers wife to try to emulate the woman of millions Such would be repeating tho folly of the foolish frog who tried to rival the ox and in the attempt only burst itftlf with its own vanity In order that a woman in any walk of life may be frugal and saving it is not at all necessary for her to he parsimonious or in other words deny herself the comforts of life nay tho necessities to her love for gain On tho other hand the woman who is frugal and economizes not merely for her own sake but because she realizes that unnecessary expen diture is waste not alone docs good to herself but confers a bonuJit on I her kind She sets the example of moderation and thriftiness while at the same time conserving the in terests of the future by economizing the present A small income can bo turned into a comparatively large one by the woman of economy for she can make n dollar go as far as a gold piece by her care and fore sight She can turn every penny to the best possible advantage for Iwreclf and others In any woman economy joined to industry is a dowry more valuable than gold of 31s By ANNIE BESANT I Intellectual artistic I spiritualwealth increas ladllwhostore This is tho fun I t damental reason why progress towards peace and contentment must be towards intellectual ity artistic development and spiritual life and not towards material splendor and the vulgarity of outer ostentation These are for the undeveloped the others for tim developed And inasmuch as the ignorant will copy the more advanced and tho lowly the highly placed the example must be set by those who lead tho social and intellectual world I A man will ruin himself to pay a debt of honor while he seeks to evade a debt enforceable byJawa perverted sense of duty truly but still eloquent of the important truth that more can be done by appealing to sense of obligation imposed by tho social opinion surrounding n man than by compulsion of an impersonal law I f the sense or honor of duty to a I class can be expanded to include the nation we shall hove at work in ou midst the most binding forum of obligation Duty will become the keynote i of life each asking What do I owe insteadof What can I sue cessfully demand I It seems possible that in the future we may arrive even by the slow method of failure at somo scheme of government in which the wisest shall hold the reins of power and obedience shall be gladly rendered to i recognized superiors and at some economic system in which wealth shall be distributed according to needs Then the maxim will be acted upon noblest of all maxims when given by love not by hale From every mini according to his capacities to every man according to his needsh That which has been tho battle cry of met maddened by suffering shall become the axiom of distribution in the rational human family 3o certainly the putting forward of such ideas na are here sug gested will note change social conditions in n moment but no permanent improvement can bo wrought in sudden fashion Yet are they on the line of progress of tho upward evolution of man II Jesus the Breadof Life Sudir School Ltiioa for Much 8 1903 Specially rrtpsrtd for Tblt Paper LESSON TKXT John CSJ U Motnory vrrwfl K 13 GOLDEN TCXTJesus MM unto tlinn I am MM bread of lttoJohne16 TIMRTlio day titter our net loot ton when Jus fed the 60W April A P lI PUACBflcmnrsnret C boawtlful plain on th western shore of the m3ea ot Dull ter oath of Capernau- mscuunmi mfl+ unnNCus Irma tho Ilivnd of Ufo John SMJ81 US t Cor Intl ut S3 and SOIO Matt 44 tiL Tint Manna referred to In John 649 to Kx 16I4IC Noli 915 Ita is J KUII limo Life John 14 t 4 11 S 116 1M 1 John M JS6 S1MS 3 Cor 410 Gal S al Col JJ I Tim 11 10 Ilcv 27 OM Trautnenl Mlractra of F Hrdtoa comparvd and uontrnntol with this mlr ncln of Jenus Ulljah fed bv rage i1 iInaa IJC miraculoualy Incrwmn tin widow meat ami oil n Klnc ti 91 stubs rwsli IM men with Jo louvre Il Kingl4r N- 1Comment and Suggestive Thought Why did the people seek Jesus This question In v 25 Implies that the noxt morning tho people had lv n Neurchlng for Josus not having ne him loavo time fields where the mlmcii had been wrought Two motives are given tho highri SadtYG Jesus answered not thou spoken question but their spiritual need which their conduct asked 1o seek nie not boraiiw yn haw the mlr nclet R V signs the Crook name for nilrncl 8 used herR This would have been a right motive to which Josus hlnraelf appenlml They wore not nttrnrlPd by tho miracles sa signs of Ooiln love an types anti proofs that Jnsun was tho Messiah tu Invitation to trunt and love him nut because ye did eat the loivm and warn filled The verb means wore untlHfltMl as n beaut with fodder hypocritessthey only look a low vlnw find wore selfish Their motives lay chiefly In the results of the miracles the heal- Ing the satisfying of hunger end not In thu miracles ns signs They saw Ihp outward form of tho miracle but not the soul the hunkbut not tho kernel they tend the words as In an unknown tongue but dirt not see their moaning They wore Ilka tho Roman soldier who finding an embroidered purse of jowl kept the purse lint threw away the priceless gems Why did Jesus answer as ho dlill theoani icviplo In higher motlvns and clearer views ol tho truth How did Josus load them to higher alms In hut V 37 Labor not Work not the same word ns work In VB 2S30 below For tho moat which purlaheth The food for the body This Is not to be the chief end oven of work for dally toad V 31 Our fathers did eat manna In the desert aetl Ex 10 As It Is written Ex 104 PIli 7821 Sep tuaclnt version Moses our founder lawgiver and loader to whom tho promised Deliverer Is to be like Dent 18 1C Acts 322 Moses proved that hn was tent Item God by giving the purple bread from heaven to eat now what do you do that Is greater than this to prove that you are time greater prophnt nvou the Messiah who will deliver us from our bondage to the Roman UN Moses delivered us from tho Kcyptlana7 Jesus imd fed 4000 with five loaves train the earth for one meal lo1J hid fed inllllnnA for 40 years with bread train heaven The TOIIRRllch aro the twin of true religion by which wn may n ORnlzo it and illntlngulih It from all HiiIistltntOK that are olTori d all It In from heaven and hears tho mucks IlvIllfoIOU Rust nutiirt moro than for tbu body H It blesfiflu for thin life hut en Pfdalty prepares for rtornnl life onl iiRgiiroK us of Its llIStuuifleaR lH It Is iinlvirnnl fur roll ORes nnil for nil men under nil circumstances G nut like earthly bread It roust ba eaten In order to avail What In meant by Joxus nit the ourelI and holy spirit Imparts spiritual life the new life of Ood In the soul Wu are horn of the Spirit Second Tho soul needs ford as really as the body Every faculty of the soul needs its own food that will tieapowers grow time fullness and perfection of Its nature arernecessary to make our character God like Wo do not know There must be love humility submission pa tience hope gentleness joy and all the qualities that entered to compose thu character of the Son of God Cornell Woelfkln Fourth We como into this personal communion with Jesus and within the power of his personality by reading and studying tho records of his life by loving him by working with him for his shoes by dwelling on his char peter and counseling with him in prayer Fifth Without God and his tight eouxncss worldly things cannot iintls fy the soul They are like the wttcra of the sea time more you drink the thirstier you are Even tLo wants of our physical nature are not perfectly satisfied except through God and his righteousness TODS D THE SPIDER AND THE FLY Directions for the Making of a Delight ful Game Tnke a board which is at least J2 Inches square Draw lines through tho center of the board as In Fig 1 dividing It into quarter sections Then bisect these quarter sections as Indi cated In Pig 2 From tho center mark I How Make the oft five Inehcs on each lino and connect those points with straight lines whloh will give you the octagon of Fig 3 After this Is done take II straight piece of paper the exact length of the linos ten Incho and double It four times evenly This will make eight divisions Now apply this piece of measured to the lines on your game board and mark off on each the divisions as thoy are on the paper Mark off the divisions as in Fig 4 Xoxt connect those as In Fig 5 When all this Is done color tbo sections as In Fig G Till gamo board Is now finished To Make the Counter First trace the triangle A on a piece of thin cardboard Add JJ and C and D by tracing until you have a complete figure of time SOME SIMPLE ANIMAL TRAPS marten It Is 1 for lynx UFIshortens tho of little I 8HADOWTAG A Game Which Can Be Played Early In the Morning or Late Afternoon Shadowtag is a good name for tho early morning late afternoon when the shadows are long and clear It may be played In any clear where there are cr two trees or a house afford shadows For tho shadows are time goal where the players aro sate and the child who is it Instead of tagging the others tries to step on their shadows they run from one shade to another It Is great fun for unless you are careful your shadow la apt to bob up unexpect edly and will bo stopped on before you know It We played shadowtag successfully on a roof whore two sheds gave us the necessary shade and an open space of sun In between made shadow of the runners quite dla In cold weather when yoi1 need to exercise and dont know exactly what to play It is a good Idea to run races tnd let one of the children find prizes for the racers Tho prizes may be any she finds at band tho more rl jluulous tho betterbut It makes the more Interesting to bavo them particularly if they aro presented with a speech It Is well to letfll play era have prizes thou time winner receives tho first prize counter AtM a nap to thr triangle you haw noxt to l nod number 4l tho triangular sections of tho counter ns they are numbered In taw figure of the counter ebld on all the ilfttttMl lines nnd j nto tbo flap securely Oil the triangle 3 When this figure Is dry the counter Is ready for use Flturos to Play the Gnrao Uae four white buttons and four black but tons to distinguish tho players How to Ilay tho Game Tho two players place their men on tho outnldw sections of the game board spilors web The black buttons must be placed on time four black soctlona nnd the white on the four outside while sections Tho object of the game oxltlk1nl the Now Orleans TlmcfrDomocmt Ito place all flies In tho innermost tour sections which nro the color eS thee starting placoit white place oa whllw anil It black on black Players toss up tho country and take the number for their move that to Board paper to lion IU lasso after It has fallea HoM counter by Its point Ibe play In turn and go lu wham ever direction they nay choose to lID Thor may never Jump over other play ore figures Two players may not roat oa the same section or cuter at one tUaft II nny player wishes and If his turn per mulls him he may send any of bU op ponontn figures back to an ouUM starting place again by moving an W opponents section nnd resting there- To do this ho must have taM number that will permit this move Players move only one button at a time The one who first places tow buttons In the center upon hUt eisa color wins Tho spider goU the flfcn who do not win Fig 1Trnp for fox or When set covered on tho top with spruce Fig 2Trap lynx or other large animal To reach time bolt tbu much us It sufferings tho dumb brute or space ono as garden the tint hlng nice tho the I HANDKERCHIEF PLAY Old Lady Which Can Be Easily jinn Quickly Made t Ay To form the Old Iady out of a plain handkerchief you have but to L Explanatory Diagram placeIt tV M hand with time fold uppermost so aa trlo form tho cap thou draw the hind kerchief over the hand using Uw thumb and middle finger ns arms and the lady is completo See Fig 2 I wr Bottling the Atlantic I suppose you are still collect In wonderful things said his fathers westtYes until Walter Im Retting more and more now things Pall gut upstairsIn dI FROM CITY TO FARM- Y who liiUn will credulity la lk whUprrlntt of fncrl who pursue with theptnmieaoftbe muirowj thud to lh Litlorr of nal1tioc of Abrttbu By ERNEST McGAFFEY Author ttf Outdoorjtom upynxht 1907 by Joseph II Howies The Joys and Woes of Gardening tU tra 11arY quit rontrary How d wn your Ranlvii When wo determined on making garden In Ujo very Inviting plot that lay to the west of tho house It was with a calm confidence bogot of rend- Ing such aphorisms as Tickle the ground with a hoe and It will laugh into uarvcat and other such hand made maxims Our first Investment wns In tho services of a neighboring farmer who plowed nnd harrowed the pace ut ibaut half an aero which we Intended to use In tho experiment It WHB ft good thing Xcvor listen to nnyouo who tolls you to spade up line ground Anyone who deliberately ad visas n man to spado up u garden Is tit far tresmon stratagems and spoils U would wako a graduate ot West daySWhat this Job ot plowing and bar rowing was oompletml tin weeds which held lain dormant during the wlnlttr sprang forward with a glad HliotU and proceeded to preempt crory solitary square Inch ot territory avail ablo In tho garden pitch and ghoul der out of tho way or mntlicr In pure 6usodnoMM any lone volunlcor vt u ctahlo tram tho lust years garden Theo Is this to bo said about weeds They know what thoy want and they RO attar IL You tako a bunch of pure lane commonly known as pussSey and Klvo it halt a chance and It will KU allover your garden In a weak anti iloviCop sore longer and thicker ten tMl1l1 than a dovnllIh Meantime wo had sent oil for our 8nl ui seeds to Philadelphia and with true Quaker deliberation they woro KtlU connlJcrlntc tho question ot fdrwattllng the order After a couple of letters ono ImplorlHR and tho other Indignant the seeds finally arrived on that nccuo of action A book which accompanied them showed beautifully colored halftones ot mammoth vege tables itrown from that itnrtloular brand ut seed and with the picture wont n grist of directions as to just how to prepare the ground so as to attain ruo boat results itosslblo A careful scrutiny ot the formula laid Uown revealed the fact that tho best kIM of ground for those unriv aled and carefully selected seeds was a soft warm moist loamy rich tightly fcrtllltod sandy dry Juicy soil which must bo kept constantly stirred up night and morning by systematic booing and which yielded best when JceptiJwolutoIy free front clods and Insects A neighbor of mlno told me that ho plSntnd oniontots with a Winches let repeating shotgun as It saved time Ho planted thorn this way six at a time simply drawing the shot out of each AheU and replacing with an onlon wt and firing tho sets Into the ground as fast as he could load and discharge tho weapon He sold they never tailed to come up I ree ommend this plan to anyone who Is rushed tar time as my neighbor as cured mo U was ono of tho greatest laborsaving devices of tho age There is n Kiwn Joyanco In a newly sprout Ing onion btd that Is enough to draw tents from an enthusiastic amateur gardcnur Indeed later on hey often draw team front those handling nnd peeling thorn CocUo and I worked very diligently at our garden My attire was mainly a hickory shirt a pair ot brown over allH nnd a closofltllnR mantle of dogged determination My bettorhalf superintended the annoying details rigged out as to headgear with a blue sunbonnet and finding considerable cnmfovt In rotluK green currants which tuid been planted at Uio edge of the garden by the latest Inhabitant of the lanwliouse Tho baby rolled In tho dirt and got cramps from eating green Gooacbcrrlcs and tho neighbors helped us with friendly advice and valuable 1 was credibly Informed after planting a lot of cabbage seed that It would probably come up some time In February or maybe January Hut that If I really wanted cabbage during the summer or fall 1 would have to procure young plants and set them out Hu I went to town and negotiated for 85 young and vigorous cabbage plants and set them out with a heart beating high with pictures of slaw krnuf and other delicacies In which tho meek and lowly cabbage plays a star part I dug a hole for every single ono of these devoted plants and pouroO a generous supply of water in each miniature cavo In which they were net I think thero was nearly ns much ceremony over every one of them as there would bo at the laying of the cornerstone of a milliondollar hospital When tho sun came out good and he the next day those cab baGen laid down like faking pugilists Wo were dreadfully distressed A neighbor told us to erect ilttlo shade bousefl over each one of them with shls gtaa and offered to supply the shlnalen Wo went over to his house that night and came back with aback load of old shingles I carried them tad Cccllo cheered mo with the prep pect of how the cabbages would Jump when they got under tho shade of their own shingle and figtree so to speak Tho next morning before tho amor ous sun could get In his deadly blight ing work on the cabbages I Inserted a couplo of shingles apleco to each plant nnd the sun disappointedly went to work on other sections of tho gar don I watered tho cabbages some snore and by evonlnc they were Cor talnl on tho mend Hut alas for the rarity of Christian charitya long low rakish worm ot a bright green color appeared In tho oiling and with Mm came myriads of his tribe Tho scientific name of this pest ls tho homlcus eusslcuB and Iris common name the cabbageworm Each worm sports from 19 to 107 horns big and little and when those lads are very small you can scarcely tell them front the cabbages so alike are both in col or Hut they grow at a fearsome rato and as they grow your rabbagos are devoured with sickening rapidity leav ing iiioro stripped stems whore once tho broad and succulent leaves of the growing vegetable gladdened the eye I consulted a gardening oraclo and ho told me to spray thorn with salt wa ter I did this for awhilo and the worms actually throve on It After a long hot night nothing seemed to give them such snap and nerve as to get a refreshing saltwater bath such as 1 used to glvo them I have leon ono of those worms which would look Ilko ho had lost all Interest In his Job revive almost Immediately under n saltwater spray and go to eating cab bago as energetically as a starved highway cow I soon wiw that the Kiltwater treatment only made them more frisky and ravenous than over so I sent for a book which gave direction for exterminating them This book recommended Dr Kllleras Insect powder This stuff was scattered over them with a sort of a blowgun and a good deal of It got up your nose and made you sneeze Hut the worms fairly doted on It I realized Instantly that I had been tho victim ot a fraud Thero Is no way of killing tho hornlbus cusalaui except with a club I found a small baseball bat In the smokehouse left there by tlQmQ email buy and with this weapon I sallied out and toll on tho cabbageworms and wreaked great slaughter upon them Hut It was too late they had about gotten away with tho cabbage crop But Just as a guide for future gardeners I want to say that tho only way to get rid of these brutes Is to take a club and maul them to death We planted radishes of two or three varieties lettuce swiss chard beans peas sweet corn beets tomatoes turnips spinach and some other va rieties of vegetables and for thu most part they came up well and seemed anxious to please Hut tho weeds grow strong and thick and although I cut them down diligently they came ou undiscouraged and threatened to swamp our garden It something was not done to rout them It was here like whatshlsnamo of old that I Jumped Into tho breach or rather the breeches and performed a prodigy of valorIt was easy to be seen that cutting them down only Increased their strength and number Tho only re sort was to dig them out bodily and carry them away This I finally ac complished by rooting them out from the bottom with a longhandled hoo and wheeling them away In a wheelbarrow that had locomotor ataxia In Its wheel and almost outdo mo bow legged trying to follow lie gyrations I was compelled to remove several tOilS of soil In taking away the weeds but at last the Job was finished After that tho garden looked Immense Ccclle could come out In her glad raga and gather vegetables and as fur the baby she preferred It as a playground to the lawn around the house Hy a vigilant use of the hoo I kept tho weeds and grass away from the garden nil the rest of the time until tall The secret of successful pardoning Is not so much In Intellect as It is In tho endless grind of detail work Just a hard rcmorsolcs whacking away with a hoc morning end evening stirring up tho earth along the lines of your rows gf vegetables letting tho sun and oiolsturo In at tutu runts and keeping tho grass away from the bed Hut sometimes tho grass Is a good scheme For instance when you have a lettuce bed that Is growing fast let tho grass grow up In tho rows and It will retard the lettuce growth some and keep It from going to seed too soon In this way you can have lettuce all summer from ono bed and the grass overshadowing the lotturi will have tho effect of blanching It besidesAnother vrolf known wrinkle In gar donlng la to plant a little at n tints of your vegetables and thus have frcsn Icttuco beans radishes beets peas corn etc nil the time You can hoe over a bed where one vegetable has grown and put la other seed also aud It is really wonderful how touch can be raised from a small space of ground by careful attention to detail aud A liberal use of the hoe t 1 dont think Claire Is anything la I 4 tno world more IOIIUIUUK Ulan tin prilo n wonm tnlcw In a successful Harden that her husband has raised Ynu would almost imagine that she had done the work herself To get the full benefit of this Just trail her while she rliown the garden to via blurs The word we In much In evi dence With a dainty wave of Item hand ale will boost the gardening game moat effectually No planted this wo planted that our best luck VSF with the dwarf pees nnd maybe she hold u string to get the rows straight At any rate we found tlid garden not only a very volume of experience and instruction but tho addition to our table was something really sur prising And the difference between an onion snaked out of the ground In tho early dawning with a pearly drop of dew on Its brow anti the ntimo veg etable culled from a green grocers planks with a spurious drop of city water pasted on It front a dlsreputaWi looking sprinkler is ono of thn t things which are indescribable Wo had not eaten any real vegetables for years until wo came to the form I failed to see any hardship with tho Kcbuchadnozzar story about being turned out to groan after having tho experience of a garden I think Keb bad n pretty easy time of It after all Tho rabbits gave us some trouble tor awhile but I managed to oven up I with them quite frequently They used to hide under tho broad loaves of tho squash vines during the tiny and then feed on the truck during tho night time But I came to the knowledge of this trick and used fre quently to sally out early In the morn- Ing with a revolver In one land and a basket In the other and after picking a moss of greens at ono end of the garden I would go slyly down to tho other and peek under the squash leaves until I sighted Hrer rabbit sitting mighty quiet under his green canopy and then I would carefully sight down tbo barrel of tho 32 and It would be a case of tare you well Hrother Welkins ah Young rabbits are powerful tooth some in tho summer and my garden fed bunnies often graced the family larderWe were not near enough to the timber to bo bothered with time squirrels and the field corn matured fast enough to keep them busy with roast Ing ears without raolostinR our sweet corn nut about thellme our domain of green stuff was promising best there came a toll destroyer that gave us no end of trouble It was no less than the mole Of all pests to which an amateur gardener Is subjected this Is the worst One good live mole can do more damage to a garden in a day titan an army with banners Some times they zigzag over an entire garden making u crazyquilt patchwork that Just breaks tho surface of the soil and everywhere they go the growing plants wither and shrivel up as though fire had blasted them At other times they will travel up and down the rows undermining whole colonies of penvlnes or radishes and everlastingly destroying the entire outputWhen I saw the sign manual of the mole In our gorden I knew there was trouble ahead and so It proved My recourse to the oracles produced the Information that you must watch when they were traveling and then spade them up and kill them 1 watched the garden for days hours weeks and never caught ono of them In the act Humps std ridges would rise appar catty right under my very nose and I would dig frantically up and down time line of the trail but never a mule did I find These pesky little nut lances wore tho worst things wo had to contend with but as bad as tho were our garden was a great success Thero Is something peculiarly de i llghtful In working In tho soil and puttering and puttering about n gar don plot Wo both ot us enjoyed tc the utmost tho peeping tiny green sprouts that broke tho crust ot soil and camo up so hopefully and with such an eager desire apparently tc bo eaten Birds came there often tho blackbirds robins catbirds red headed and goldenwinged woodpeck era sparrows and occasionally doves tad later In the fall a bevy ot quail made Its rendezvous there for awhilE until I routed them out with a salute from my doublebarrel as they darted for tho corn flelda When tuo hunt frosts cane the chill fell on our vines and plants nnd the glory of our little enterprise dropped away The tomatoes and melons were the first to feel the touch and crisped j and writhed like firoicorched twigs Rut underneath tho grass which I had then allowed full sway there were some few hardy parsnips and carrot which wo could bring tram an earthy storehouse and several times vro sur- prisedi tilt chard vigorously sending out Its shoots under the matted growth above It which sheltered and fostered Its later growth Even the shattered stalks ot the sweet corn hold here and there s nubbin for the birds and on tho seed stalks of turnip and lettuce wandering birdwings settled and scattered from time to time Through tho currant and gooseberry bushes tho tracks cl tho rabbits showed when the first snows had fallen and rarely there would be Intermingled with these the I tracks ot foraging quail And at last HS we stood by the fence together with the fire tit a win tot sunset pamlnn the western elopes there was iioUiuuv now left of out dream of sued tmmo and harvest but tho curvo of a drying squash out from a leveled bnowdrift thruRtI client flitting ot slatocclorcd In the sluutini stakes that maUe l where the peas had fioccrtn1 end podded EnK3S T VMcGAl TEr T Practical Fashions GIRLS JUMPER DRESS Paris Pattern No 1923All of tho best Jumper features are combined In this useful and attractive design for a childs frock It Is adaptable to serge mohair Panama cloth or cliallls and should bo worn over a gulmpe of em broidered pongee dotted challis linen or Victoria lawn The slashing over the shoulder as well as tho Vshaped effect to tho front combine to give the large armhole aspect to tho pinafore portion nnd also the appearance ot the two being buttoned together on tho shoulder The full gathered skirt Is Joined to thu waist under a belt of the material embroidered by hand Tho pattern Is In four sizes six to twelve years For a girl of ten years the dress requires 4H yards of mate- rIal 20 Inches wide 231 yards 3C Inches wide or 24 yards 42 Inches wide the gulmpe needs 3U yards 18 Inches wide or 1H yard 3G Inches wide with 4K yards of Insertion to trimTo procure thla pattern send 10 cents to Pattern Editor cilice of this paper Write name and Address plainly and ba lure to give sire nnd number of pattern No 1923 SIZE NAMK ADDRESS BOYS BLOUSE Paris Pattern No 2274 Figured gingham In brown and tan has been used fpr thin pretty little blouse which closes down tho right side of the front under a bias band of tho mate rial Tbo left side Is ornamented with a pocket and the rather tight sleeves are boxplaited into tho wrlats It de velops well in chambray duck vlyelln or Scotch flannel pique or galatca The pattern is in five sizes five to thirteen years For a boy of nine years the blouse requires 2Vi yards of material 27 Inches wide or 1 yard 36 Inches wide To procuro this pattern rend 10 rents to Pattern Editor utnce of this paper Write name and address plainly nnd be rune to rave sloe and number ot pattern No 227- 4Slzsn NAME ADDRESS Seized 15000 Quail Sheriff Campbell seized n car ot quail being loaded here on the Rock Is land and confiscated 100 egg oases con taining 12000 quail lIght hours later the sheriff was notified that a second attempt was being made to load tho sane car and 34 more cases were seized all filled with birds There aro inure than 15000 quail In all Fnld Correspondence Kansas City Stat The Ideal- I suppose you always lovo the things you paint T asked the sweet young thing looking about the studio Why yes 5 have you come to be painted asked the artist erectly Yonkers Statesman One Satisfaction Gertrude Its no use I wouldnt marry the handsomest man on earth- OeorgcWell anyhow you will henceforth have the satisfaction of knowing tbajt he has asked you I TsswY I r1- fc Ft 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of allGOver 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS q A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures library and general advantai s as for more udvauced students ArltlmieUo B1bleHandwork I books i I TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions apt I compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Wuodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years fur those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life t CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man r may secure n diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to tit for business Ev ft a part of this course aa fall and winter terms Is vary profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gor- man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Uterary Scientific and Classical oourses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods VieS highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Rth grade Model Schools enables one to get a tlratclas certificate Following yours lwinter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate I MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be token as an extra In connection with any course Small extra teas Expenses Regulations Opening Days Beroa College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro then ne ptiya In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peovl tp who are supporting Korea In order that it may train young men and wow eu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to usoteol the character and reputation of the young people Our students coinu from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve Kor any who maybe tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Korea live in College buildings nA assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable tram ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as ranch aa 35 cento a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment tIO as to earn trout 50 cents to one dollar a weak- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etavrj with different people Iterva favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beau but as students taunt attend classed regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas anti other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost The College asks no rant for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 9135 a week ID tho tall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash log of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in wlutor 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 time student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expensed t for oare of settee bnMd lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or i teachers all our instruction Is a trey gift Tho Incidental Fee for moat j ntiiiloata Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools JGOO in courses with Latin and 1700 In Collegiate courses 1 PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee sad room rent t the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows byi Ii FALL 14 weeks 2950tn tine payment 2900 i Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle ut term M5 w iiWINTER12 weeks 2900111 one payment 2860 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle atiterm 900 REFUNDING StudenU who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that no allowance la made for any traction ot a I week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction ot s monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply advanced for term bids when he returns provided U Is within thoamounjbut making no allowance for any traction ot a month IT PAYS TO STAY Wten you have made your Journey and are ee9 I started In school it pays to stay sui long na possible I THE FIRST DAY ot tho winter term Is January 1 1903 IcFor Information or friendly advice write to the SecretaryII 00 + WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I F I That Premium Knife takes tho cjcs of tho men and boys who see it The mountain peoplo like I a good thing when they eee it and to get a 75 cent knife with twV blades of razor steel and a dollnr paper that is worth more to themoun bin people than any other dollar paper in the worldtThe Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar That brings in subscriptions all the time if you have not got it yo aught to have HT ij1IJ1IiJ C4lllW T rTHE SCHOOL I Problems sf the DistrIct School I Chapter VII Making the work Practical Iq rror nlulluore 7 SPELLING AND WRITING These branches while1 not contribut ing largely to onos education are nevertheless Important It Is no pralso to spell well nnd write neat ly and legibly but it Is a serious condemnation not to be able to do so The reason Is that skill In these branches Is ossentlal to further edu cation and to tho transaction of bus loess and it is expected they will I be learned early and persevered in until proficiency Is attained A few words about each will suffice I To spoil badly wo frequqntly hoar i It said la a disgrace Yet that many bad spellers como from the schools must be admitted As a rule the fault is not that too little time Is devoted to it but that too much is wasted In unnecessary labor In assigning a lesson the teacher takes no pains to ascertain how ninny of the words the pupils can spoil and how many they cannot They are simply to take tho noxt lesson or tog Itoldso many words It usually hap pone that some of the pupils can spell every word In the lesson when it is assigned others can spell nil but a few Now to con over words they are already familiar with is time wasted Evidently they should give attention to those thoy cannot spellA better way is to pronounce all the doubtful words to the class and let them write them Then glanee over tho list and assign to each one tho words he lots missed At tM next recitation pronounce these words each pupil writing thorn In his spell Ing tablet Look over them again and mark any that are wrong Have those written correctly In a separate place under the title UN LEARNED WORDS Thefo consti tute a part of each succeeding les son until they aro thoroly learned when they may be crossed out A teacher should know In a few weeks about what words each pupil can spell and excuse them from put ting time upon those words This will be an encouragement to Indus try and thoroness Every person wants to bo a good speller but some find It very difficult to learn The reason Is they are not quick to detect differences In form A person who onnjiot learn to spell would not likely recognize faces readily nor be able to detect the difference In qual ity between good and bad cloth Ho v 111 scarcely know ono shade oft col or from another and will be liable to it any Inaccuracies Such a parson should be drilled In noticing minute particulars A study i of flowers and plants with refer ences to the shape size and color of leaves petals and roots would be exceedingly helpful When he has attaift some proficiency In sharp J lieu of vision turn his attention to words Select fifty pairs of wordt that differ only in a single letter as orIns and believe receipt and deceit etc Lot him but take a single glance at these i words and then tell tho difference AH soon as his Interest Is aroused bet will take pleasure in making head way and his now found power will be bonaflclaal in many ways beside spelling The meaning and use of words should go hand In hand with the spelling It Is of little benefit to r know the spelling of a word if we do- w inotknow how to use It Some ar i i gue that children should learn to whenutheir mean Ing and need to use thorn The idea Is of doubtful utility People ot middle age do not know how to spoil InImay remem II bered because of some special as Isoclatlon but not many We know how to spell a word because we are f I appearanceJustfriends IIl C CORRESPONDENCE nUnutd from tail Pare ailed to see Miss Maggie Goodman I y MaryRicoIIported a nice tlmeMr M J Smith I vlslted relatives at this place last- I I week =Miss Magglcf Rice spent Sunday I night with Maggie Goodman Mr Medlock of Annvllle passed thru 1hereSunday on hla way to Maulden F Goodman vlslted relatives at Welchburg last SundayMr- Robert Reynolds la having his rooms J nicely wall paperod Miss Maggie Rice is planning to visit her brotherr t Indeed tho best way to learn to spell is by picturing thewords In the ralndt visualizing them as It is called Wo must bo able to do this before we can read easily Wo must know a word as we know a wagon or a window not by Its parts but as a whole If any part Is missing or wrongly placed we should notice the defect and bo able to remedy It Tho card system Is a great help Iin teaching children to recognize words quickly A large number of pasteboard carda about four by six Inches Is provided A single word Is written In large letters on each one The teacher holding n bunch of those In his hand turns ono In view of tho class and Immediately place It The children call the word or falling to do so must hnvo another glance The next card Is exposed In a similar way and no on If one child la slower than tho others ho must have parUculanr attention un til ho learns to recognlia the words qujckly This Is not only an offaet Ive but a very interesting way to the children Many reading lessons should bo made of the words on tho cattle A letter was received by the author this morning from n toachor telling of his success with the word cards how eager the children were to got tho words and how rapidly they were learningIn everyone should acquire legibility rapidity and a pleating style Tho one necessity Is Intelligent practice Every pupil from the third reader class up should bo provided with a copy book pens and Ink Thoro are some school houses not yet supplied with desks and the teacher is at loss to know how to teach writing In such a case A wide board with a smooth sur face placed on trestles will answer vorj well T wo or three of those at different heights will accomrnbdate large and small It Is better to have two lessons a week of fortyfive or fifty minutes each than to have twenty minutes each day at least the author has found It so in his own experience The first twenty minutes may be given to general practice from mod els on the board There hould consist of circles and easy combi nations with flowing lines This enables the pupils to acquire a free and easy motion A separate sheet of paper should bo used Before beginning tho teacher should tee that all are seated properly feet en the floor shoulders straight right arm on desk paper and pen In posi tion The models should be put on the board one at a time as they are used each one erased when the next is wrlten the elasM working In unison The teacher gives directions and keeps constant watch to ms that lacy are followed At tho end of the practice copy books are taken and each one pro esstte at the proper place In his own book The teacher keeps watch ns before giving general and individual guidance ns needed When the time Is up lot the pans be cleaned and nil materials put away carefully to remain until the noxt lesson It will be an encouragement If the teacher will call attention to the pro gross mado from day to day and from week to week Remind them that progress should consist of three es sentials accuracy rapidity and style that is neatnasa and beauty If any are very slow to advance ascertain the cause if possible and remove it but still give encouragement Scold ing or faultfinding Is little induce ment to effort If It should happen that lazlncos or rebellion exists a little sterncas may avail to overcome It buts a rule a kindly Interest Is bet ter titan severity- If any prizes or rewards are offered they should go not to the best writers but to those who have made the greatest progress This gives every one an opportunity to strive with an equal show of winnings has been on the sick list for the last few weeks UATIIANTON Nathanton Feb 21Mr James Moore has opened up a coal bank three feet thlckMr Crocket Webb and wife of Tenn are visiting relat ives hero nowThe people erecting a new Church house at Mt Gllead will soon have it completed Miss Lillie Bingham visited home folks Sunday Miss Martha Bingham con templates visiting her brother W M Bingham of Privett Ky soon It Is reported that a singing school will bn organized at Mb Gilead on at Bernstadt soon Maggie Goodman tho first Sunday in March with R M Ward as teacher We wish him much success Stave hauling seems to be all tho work that Is going on nowThe Infant child of G L Davis died Saturday las1lIlr Lee Bingham returned homo from Bcrea last week Several cases of measles In this vicinity Mr and Mrs Patrlc Harris visited Mrs Tnlltha Mc V hortor last week Walter tho little son of James Moore has been very skit with grippe Mr Neal Moore lies Just purchased him a new lIUggI Mi J G lllnghaui has been very busy palling his garden QUAY HAWK Grayhawk Fob 21 Smallpox and measles are all the go around hero W R Engle has purchased a farm from J W Tlnchor for 300rN D Nooly Is hustling the boys around for tax moneyJ F Hays has bought a saw mill from A Hunter for 10011 Hays Is Improving slow Ijv Tho timber market Is sozn wha- toLDr Anderson and brothers Jim and Jesse left fur Hamilton Ohio to look for a jobJ P Johnson has moved to Corbin Ky Wa hate to give up such a neighbor as Mr Johnson Hiram Turner Morris Ad kins J H and Wm Parrett have gono Into tho tie business J W Tin duet J B Blngham and Mrs Belle Blnghnm attended court at McKee last MondayS D Rico Is very low with measles Uncle Fontalna Fox Is fixing to move to John Griffins property Green Mallard made n business trip to J Blnghams Sun dny Jnmee Peters started to East Born tadt yesterday tor Roods for P F Judd and Brother Mr Barrett the stave foreman Is able to be out again George Bollard the County Surveyor of Jackson passed thru hero Tuesday enrouto to Buffalo to run some lines under dispute HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Hamilton O Washingtons birth day will be celebrated in Hamilton today with a general display of nat- Ional colors Tim court house and all national bonks will be closed Mr McNutt The dinner pall man fie he Is called from Indianapolis Ind spoke at tho Y 111 C A last Sunday to an interesting crowd of men Rev Mulford former newspaper man from Cincinnati will lecture next Sun day on Running Llfbs Bases It is retorted that there 1st smallpox Ire every ward In Hamilton and the health officers and requesting every person to be vnealnnted There have been more deaths In Hamilton during February titan anyi previous month Owing to the recent troubles the Champion Coated Paper Co has hadI with the strikers of The Makers Union they sum organized a private police force ot 26 men who- have tho some authority as a city policeman The Champion lIlla also have their own restaurant nines the new paper mill No w opened operations and any of its employee can get meals at 16 rents each The heavy rains last week caused the crooks and rivers to 1tqme flood ed tlmiouC tho Ohio River valley and would have caused serious damage perhaps had not It been for the sod don cold spell Tho Ohio River reach ed the danger line Friday having ris en 613 feet Tho waters sra receding so no serious damage will be done Wm Jennings Bryan Was in Hamilton yesterday afternoon and last night coming from Columbus to give his lecture on Tho Prince of Peace Mr Bryan lectured at Smiths Theater under tho auspices of the Y M C A Ho had an audience of over 1SOO people He made a masterful and eloquent plea for the Christian religion talking of the Joy and pleasures of living a Christ Ian life and pointing out tho facts in his most eloquent way tho rapid strides civilized government anti religion had made In our own country and that a great people like we are cannot reign without itsolid foundation religion Ho praised the- Y M C A work and said It did the work of all three the church tho school and gymnasium combined and that ho had belonged to and been interested in it ever since he was a young man Mr Bryan was enter tained for cupper at tho hpme of Charles Sohngen one of Hamiltons wealthiest citizens HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small tis Jtt7l J1o J1I HYDEN KY AN EXTRA SESSION Rumor Now Has It That Kentucky b LegIslators Will Be Kept r nt Work LITTLE BEING ACCOMPLISHED Senatorial Deadlock and Tension Over Local Option Dill Have Put the Drakes on All the Normal Activities of the Present Assembly All the Interests Appear to De Fighting for Delay and the Session Is Merely Dragging Along Frankfort Ky Fob 50no would think tho senatorial fight had become a stale and uninteresting subject In Frankfort by this time but it Is neAr ly tho solo topic of conversation now Just as If was the first week In Jan nary In every little coterlo of politi clans that happen together In tho ho loin every day and night Tho dead lock still continues nnd tbo death of Representative McKnlght of Mason county seems to have made no change In tho situation oxoept that It now takes ono lees to elect than It did bo foro McKnlghts death Ueokham lost another vote when Representative Arnett of Covlngton voted for Con gressman Ollle James but ns long as nono of the Democrats who desert tleckham vote for Medley the dead look will continue The oounty unitI local option bill Is still hanging nnd It Is still asserted that upon Its fate will depend the result of the sans torial race The legislative session will end bj limitation on March 17 so that only about three weeks moro ro I n rI SENATOR CONK LINN President Pro Tern of the Senate main In which to do anything All the Interests appear to tie fighting for delay Motions to adjourn early each day without doing any root work are constantly adopted As a reeult all the bills will be Jammed together the last ten days of the session and some virtmis legislation will likely be en oxtraIone unless the appropriation to com plots the new statehouse falls to paMI and even that say not Induce him to call ono The senate has passed by a unani mona vote the Rennkor bill providing a pension for Indigent and disabled Confederate veterans The provisions ot tho bill aro carefully guarded and no one can reserve tho 8126 per year If hIihas as much as 8600 worth of prop erty nor If ho has a member of blsI Immediate family that is able to tako care of him A board of Investigation In each county Is provided for and each applicant for a pension must have his case passed on by this board favorably before ho can draw the pen sion from tho state The bill does not conflict or Interfere with tho Confed crate Soldiers Homo at Powco Valley It Is believed the bill will pass tho house of representatives with but little opposition and an amendment may bo adopted providing that any servant who accompanied his master while serving in tho Confederate army and who is Indigent or disabled may also be entitled to a pension This provision was in the bill as first presented but owing to the fact that the section was not carefully drawn it was strick en out see Neither tho senate nor house has taken any final action yet on the numerous bills to repeal the dogtax law but the house may pass tho question this week The sheep breeders are making an active fight against the repeal of the law and a number of mem bers have changed their views since coming here The State Farmers In stitute which met here last week with an attendance of about 200 from allover the state adopted by an almost unanimous vote a resolution calling upon the legislature not to repeal the dog tax Tho advocates of tho repeal however aro vehement In their de mends for the passage of tho bill and It may be pushed through yet There stems to be something curt ous not to say penurious about the Kentucky legislatures or rather some of the Kentucky legislatures When the legislatures of other states find that something is needed by tho state they appropriate enough money to get what Is needed and get It of the first class In other words what la worth doing is worth doing well Not so In Kentucky however Ordinarily whoa tho state of Kentucky needs something that other states readily pay 150000 or 60000 for to get It first class tho legislative cheeseparers take It In hand and cut It down to 15000 or 110 000 which results In poor building or poor service As nn example other states expend from 76000 to 1200000 a year to enforce their puro food laws whllo Kentnucky expends but 15000 and ns n consequence tho fund gives out the first six months each year and nothing can bo done the last six months to prosecute tho violators of the pure food laws A recent legisla ture appropriated a million dollars for it now statohouso anti n magnificent building has boon erected but Is not yet furnished To hoar some of tho Ch los llarelS talk they want tho build Ing furnished out of a 10cont storo A mflllon dollar structure should have all Its appointments In keeping with Its nppoarnnco nnd If a proper appropria lion Is made Iontucky will have a statehouse that will be a matter of stale pride If the penurious ones get In their work everybody will be die gusted with it and In a short time all tho cheap furniture will bo thrown out 101 worn out nail another appropriation will be neenesnry which means that tho first Inadequate appropriation will be an absolute lose Tho oheeeeparers and recordmak aeatlmeatsIonso popular now In Kentucky that It may UHWR political suicide to anyone who dares to oppose any bill that stands for rdwatloMl pracre This was demonstrated In the hot test week when the bill appropriating MO 000 to Uw state eolcge and tile two state normal sehoote came up fortlto cession and passage The bill gives 10000 to each of the normal schools and 2oe011 to the tale cope on third to be pail this year astethlnl next year and the other thpil In 1010 The cheeparn all expressed them selves M being lu favor of the bill hat they urged that the amounts appro priated were too Urge Thta argu meat reduced to lu Weal absurdity would be the same as asking the legla taints to meet la a tent without a stove In zero weather The e pj however were Sot la tits majority and tho bill pneaed by a vote of 00 to 17 and will probably pass the senate al most unanimously Alt of which goon to slow that the recordmaker and al legod economist who wants to glvo you a mosquitobar overeat when a chinchilla would hardly keep you warm doee not always succeed There la a bitter war on between two factions of the Kentucky Dairy mens association and It looks like two aaaodatlOM will be the reselL It all cornea about over the Mil In the legislator providing for a rigid Inspec lion of all cows and the killing of all tboM found to be Infected with tu berculoaU The annual meeting of the association was held hero last week and after a spirited argument over the propriety of passing the bill the meet lag split up like a political convention and one faction left the building with the avowed Intention of forming a new association Some of tile dairymen say that every herd of eons In the state has more or less tuberculosis In It and that such has been the cue from time Immemorial sod that if Ute proposed law passes nearly every herd of dairy cows In the state will have to be slaughtered when there Is no real reason for It Senator nurnHtn of Madison county has Introduced n bill that Is Intended to reach the unlawful acts committed by the night riders Tho bill pro rides that where two or moro parsons conspire together to commit some un lawful not and do commit sold net tho circuit judge attorney general or tho commonwealths attorney may hnvo n change of venue to another county to havo tho unlawful nets investigated by tho grand Jury of that county and If the grand Jury of that county inducts anyone they shall be tried In that county and not In tho county whore tho act was committed It Is claimed that this Is the only method by which a fair and impartial Investigation of the acts of tho night riders can bo secured as the grand Juries and petit Juries In tile county where tho acts aro committed are said to contain mem bets of the night riders association Every day of tho session brings fresh evidence that tho senatorial raco and tho county unit local option bill are so closely Interwoven that they cannot be separated The two candi dates for United States senator havo gone into print on the situation Beck ham proposing that the senatorial raco be postponed till the county unit bill Is disposed of and Bradley charging that Beckharas proposal is only a grand stand play Meantime there Is a per sistent rumor that It the legislature falls to pass tho county unit bill Governor Willson will at once call an ex tra session and demand that the bill bo passed It has been rumored for several days that the governor Is pro paring a surprise for tho legislature and It Is now claimed that tho surprlso will be the call of an extra session or else a message stating that unless tho bill IB passed an extra session will bo called All of this may however be but the Idle talk that always comes at the end of nearly every legislative ses soon If some important bill falls to get through JOIN II STUART THE MARKET tang Prices Eggs per doz 1G20C Butter per Ib15230 Potatoes Irish per bUO SOll 25 Apples per bu 1602GO Bacon per lb 1220 Ham per lb 17c Lard per Ib1012c Turkeys undressed 8lOc Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb 12Hc Walnuts per bu Live 40GOoJChoke export Light slipping ij Choice butcher steers 4 CO D 00 f Medium butcher sirs 4 00 4 60 fi Common butcher ulcers 3 25 4 00 Choice butcher hollers 4 00 4 BO Medium butcher holfora 3 10 4 00 Common butcher hotter 3 00 3 10 I Cholco butohur cows 3 CO 4 36 Medium butcher COWl 3 00 3 10 Common butohur cows 2 tII 00 Canners 1 00 2 25 Cholco fat oxen 4 26 4 76 Medium oxon 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls S SI 3 78- Mtdtuui bulls 2 10 3 90 Common bulls 2 00 8 50 Cholco veal entree C SQ 7 00 Medium wI calves 4 00 C 00 Commas calves 5 10 3 00 Good feeders 4 M 4 50 Medium fMdcrs 3 71 4 9t I Common feeders 1 SI S 71 i Choice stock steers 3 76 4 96 Medium stock ittont 3 36 9 71 Common stock steers 2 75 3 36 t Choice stock halters I 00 8 60 tMedium stock haired 2 96 3 00 Common mixed oskrs 2 6p IV Choke much cons 96 00 40 00 Medium nlteii sewn 31 10 JO 10 Common mush cows 10 00 SO 10 floes Cliote paskora and butlhereI r lOG lo 100 lbs I Medium packers and butihers- 1M i to 300 lbs 450 Choke pips WM 1U 4 09 4 II Light pip SOM ibs 4 00 4 IIILight ahlppaM 1SO10 Ike 4 N Roughs 1M400 lbs 5 10 4 00 i ants Ouolco fat sheep 4 00 4 10 Medium sheep 3 00 4 00 Common sfceop 200 800 Buoks 100 21O Choice lambs 6 10 C It Good boloher tombs 4 10 C 00 Culls nail tallendd 3 00 4 90- MBSS lOllKU 50 HAMS Cftotac sugar cared light and special cure 11UVie heavy to medium 11 to 111- 4aHOULDBIl SUe per lb- UACONClear rib side Ie nsj nUr dear skies 9e breakfast baton nfcc sugar eared shoulders 8e ba em satin V c bellies light lOa heavy 10j4- aIMt11rJi eteam la lUrewSfce 1840DUIUDBOOBCM count lie per dos 1 candle ISJOe- 11UTTICItlSc i per lb POULTRYSpring cfcloVens small 8JIe per lb tamo Ile inns los ducks small YOUng ISe old So tur key young hoe old get go o To bornDIecom Ko 2 white COc No 3 mixed OO- aOATSNo 2 white Nsvic No 2 mixed KKa1- 1YH No 2 now Northwartorn JCc Tan Bark Price at the depot at Berca per cord t 700 TIes- TIESPrice at tha station at lines Flrots 48c culls SOcboth 8 and VA foot lengths Spokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Bcrca for black or shell bark hickory spokes split or sawed Per Thons First size A and B grade 8 1C 00 First size C grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second alzo A and B grade 21 00 Second size C grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B grade 25 00 Third size O grade 12 00 Fourth size A and B grade 30 00 ond size Is 2 in on the heart 2 In o First size Is 1r in on tho heart h In deep and 28 to 30 in long Soc deep and 30 In long Third size is 2U lu on tho heart 2 in deep and 30 in long Fourth size is 2ft In onithe heart 2Wo deep and 30 in longIA B grade is good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects C grade is good sound white timber I that Is lighter In weight and J growth is finer and not BO heavy as e tha A B grade It must be tree I from defects also and full to size OENvmPRIEsf s KILlED IN CHURCH SHOT IS FIRED BY ANARCHIST IN THE PRESENCE OF A LARGE CONGREGATION i ASSASSIN FLEES BUT IS CAUGHT BY WORSHIPPER nee J at Altar Rail and Presses Revolver Against Victims Body 5 Murderer Was Overpowered After i Desperate Fight 1onvor Col Fob 21Fnthor Lcc Hrltrrtclm was shot mid killed when idmlnlsiorins tho sacrament nt early t alas in St Kllzabcths Catholic rim treh Eleventh and Curtis streets i din cy nt G oclock Sunday morning Kfceclms nt tho altar rail between i wo wointiii GirUuppo Guaranncclo lirfMcd the munle of n revolver Mrotnsl the cdy of the priest after re Klvlns from him the consecrated wafer and shot the priest through the hi nrtyXlnlmliiK My God My God Kalbrr IAO fell prone In front ot the nltar nail riled without uttering nn ixhrr viml 1ltlib tin Inarticulate scream the as s rtn sprain Into the nude nnd dash ol to tho door For a moment the hundred or more onlo In the church woro daxod then r Itcruniu panlcHiirlrkoii- Vcnii en falntud and many became hysterical Severn men rushed to the std t Iho prtost und others started In iiinfoit of the murderer Among the latter was Ial roll an Dsnled Cronin ejso overtook the fleeing Italian oil the the irtcjm Uuarnnacclo nttomptetl toI klmet the pollcomnn and wns foiled Mod ovouio prd only after a deeper j rte flRhL in which several men had I teas to the nMttumrn of ihe officer y Tho tnurdMvr was hurriedly re nvv9l to thn city Jail and as threats nt aonunnry Jueilco wore main by men l In tee crowd who quickly Knlhannl in rrrnt of the churrh Chief of Police MtabA Iklenry raped out the reserve I forw of IItIUCfmtnD- coJIIII y Corcner HarM took charge uf taw prl ns bedy which waa rw MW A to DM city tonne A vtiiRlo hole In the white cow Muiiltm robes of the priest showed bet firm bullet had gone stralaht lo tee iMirt The listless rvranliilng in ilw revolver lord sharpened points Qnarnnaeelo made the following araterncnlt T jMt went over thtro becmin I Barr A draft Malnit all nrhwU IN sevenI They IUP alt agalMt the vurlrTaie man I went to the com muBirn rail becMose I oouM it a bet trr shut I did sot FIve n d wbethor ic Wilt A Merman prloat of nay other Mini nf n prINt They wt all In the imiHO daM GATES OF APPROACH BROKEN ceSty People Result of Grade Crossing Accident spring Valley N Y 19h 24 A fmtmBSKKkrtl pall of hntnra that tore ihroujh the atreKs dragging botuoyn them A npllntecwl wagon Kilo hronsht to tbe vlllsne the Unit news of n grade crewing acrldenl In which nine membcva of Its most prominent torn llln MWO either killed outright or I frtftbtfnllr Injured Tho runaways I carne tn n stop at the livery Ktablo ot Ooorj Youin from whom they were hired Ore night before tn take n party of men and girls to n basket ball genie eat Nyvrfc Knlurnlnx In the early hours ot Sunday the wagon load ot merry makers was run down at a West Xyack rrouslnR by an Ontario 0 Western express bola Four of tho purty Rom Instantly killed two dloit while borni removed to the hospital Mud tbo other three HA In nu uncon scious condition Tho deed George Keith aped 3 Nelson May in Hertha huger 1ft Edith Ringer 20 George Slilnn aged 33 JcanMlo Palmer aged The Injured Warrrn PRImer 3 9ft1fnr t ctem 22 Mary Bdllh Bird n Tho responsibility of tho accident lit In dispute Tho survivors can not ho questioned yet and the only other wit less was the gatekeeper Hn claims the team won driven through the CfitOfc The gate on Iho silo of ap proach sas broken down but the op posite pate was Intact and It previous ly lowered must have been hurdled by the frightened horses after Iho wagon had kern struck und torn from thn pole Tho animals were uninjured Police Chief Murdered By Negro Inytltfvnie N C Feb 24fHof et Pollen Benton nf this city was shot dead fn front of his home hero by n negro Sam Murchlfmn crazed with drink This man also shot two nro rove before ho shot Iho chief butch 1 son was captured an hour after tho shooting nnd placed In jail use Murderer Escaped St George Gn Fob 21While on Ms way to church at Baxter Fli Dan Crowes nccpmpanlcd hy his nephew end two laities was shot and Instantly killed by James Petty It Is avid the kllllnR rtilted from trouble started several weeks ago Jetty escaped Crazed In prison St PctmbUTK Feb 24 Nicholas Tccbaftovsky wlio has for two months been hnpvioncd In the fortress of St Peter man St Haul to reported to be going Insane psn result of the treat nsf tft recivndIn prison I fJMESFROMTIIEGASTUBE It ENDED LIFE OF BELMONT3 DCAU TIFUL DAUGHTER Much Mystery Thrown About Her Death by the Delay In Notifying the City Officials Now York Kob 22Mrs Nallca niveaDunloii ems of the moat bcim tl ful vbiuon In Now York sdcletywas found nxphyxlaiod nt 10 oclock Krldny morning In hnr bed In Iho bompal her mothortilaw Mrs Jomus A Bin don No aos fifth avenue Members ot tier family and the pity ulrlnns who wnro Immediately sum moned unite In declaring her death ao rldontul Coroner Shrady was not no ilfled for several hours and than lu nn Irrerjtilnr way Ho agrees with the family that tho young woman died ol gas poisoning but will hold nu Inquest utter the funeral Monday Tho Dining lolmvlor of tho family and the ovaslvo sass of Dr Francis P Klnlcutt and Dr P II M Iyloj who wutoflrBt tailed throw nn air of mystery about the lentil mid aroused n strong Kusiilclon that Mrs Burden had taken her own life Mrs Hunluin sudden death was a Croat shock to the Tour hundred among whom she was exceedingly popular tier father le O II P Uolmout nnd hor mother In now the wife ol George U IllvoK a foimrr corporation counsel LCM han n year ago she gavo up the Iwdomhlp of tho younger Newport set to hocoroe the bride ol VlllInm P Burden n wealthy young ivocloly man The tragedy wes dlgcovnred by nils llofcr Mrs Burdens Trench maid who opened hor bedroom door to be mot with a ruth of RM which was escaping from a rending lanip by the side of her bed Tho irnld called the hucband whc wnn on the floor below Mr Burden shut oft the pus throw open the win lows and tried to arouso his wife Jlr little Poiniinnlnn dog Olna crawled feebly over the coverlet and dragged himself Into tho hall Tho fact that Iho dog was alive Increased tho hope nf the family and two doctors wore summoned They declared that the woman had been dead for at leant twc Lour Although the doctors roAchod this dacUlon about 1010 oclock It was not until 2 oclock that any offldnl Will notllkMl Coroner George F Shady Jrreh1 a private mrnons by role phone to flue Itltea lionio at 2 oclock Ho spent an hoar and n half examining thtt phyvlcluif aerrenit and members of the family UemchlnR a conclusion that tko death was accidental he went In peraon to the Raul Slxtytiovonth Street Prllte station and gave tho po flee tbetr ttret netlQcatlon at the wid den dnniee EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGED Against Former President of Refrrj crating Company Karmat City Mo Fob 22 TOoveo Indlctmenla charging the orobozilo mont ot 570000 and violations of the warehouse act forblddlnc tho Irmilnn of warobouto reoalptn on merchandise not In the warehouses when the rot lateral was Issued were returned by the Brand jury Friday against J K Brady Ho was formerly proaldent ol the MerchanU Refrigerating Co which failed lost November Two In dictments charge Brady with the cm betzlement of 76000 from the MM chants Refrigerating Co and the other nine indictments each iontnlnlns two counts chargo violation of tho warehouse act- llolation of tho warehouse net Is a felony under the law Tho nine viola hoes of tho act nro said to covet transactions In butter and eggs aggregating In value about 19000 Only I small portion of the holders of three receipts aro within tho Jurisdiction ot tho Jackson county criminal court Drolly was arrested Friday night and later released on bond Salaries Too High Jefferson City Mo Feb 22Super Inlendent Vandlver of the state insur aneo department announced Friday that when tho stato license of the Mot iqpolltan Equitable and Prudential the Insurance Coo expire on March 1 ho will rctuso to grunt licenses for tho next ycarbocnuso ot tbo act pass cd by the last legislature prohibiting the hennaing of any company which pays tiny of its officers salaries of over 50000 par annum Macs of Ice Struck Cage Wllkcsbarrc Pa Feb 22Wltjle 10 mln ra wore being lowered Into the Stanton mine ot the Lchlgh Wflkos barre JDal Co a largo body of Ico Ir the shrft fell striking the head ot tho cage acid demolishing it Two of the men wore killed outright ono died on tbo way to a hospital and three others it Is believed will dlo ot their Injuries The sago wits near tho bottom of the shaft which Is 1000 feet deep when tho ice fell More Bodies Found Jncona Creek Pa Feb 32Twc additional bodies woro recovered Fri day from tho Dan mlno by workmcr employed In removing limo debris 01 the disastrous explosion last Decora Let They wore In n fair stnto al preservation Found In the Ohio rtttsburg Fob 2Tho body ot ac unknown woman about BO years oi age supposedly n victim ot the recent flood was found in the phlo rivet af lovillo island he boJywnn Perfect J1 rcs rvci l 1 COBUTCQNOEINS GEN STOESSEl DEATH SENTENCE TEMPERED TO TN YEARS IN MILITARY PRISO- NDISCREDITED COMMADER HEARS VERDICT CALMLY Before Sentence Was Read Measures Were Taken to Prevent 0monlra lion In Favor of Russian General by Number of Younger Officers Hi Petersburg Feb 21ItcIL Ron KioctiHRl was r M lnimi d In death Thutsday livening by 11 military Jll- rrlr llii wirriiidor of Tort Arthur to the JllpflllMUt- Jen lnrlio who commandd the PomHi Bass Hlhorlnn illvlwlon of Port Arthur was nnliwd reprimanded rill a dlmlilliiHiy iiffinHo tvlilrli wits tint iiiunitiifl wllh Ihn Mincndnr UII- IUII Smirnoff nriliiK iwnimunditr of hut fun rwls trod ijon ItulMi chief of Hliilf in nII Sioimoul wens mqnlllid of Ihii rhiirgOH ncnliist Ihraii fur lack nf prtairrho ourt recommended that the death nnnipnto upon Llcul Stoosscl Ito mniniutiil to ten yerim Imprlnommmi In ft foiircMt teal that ho ho excluded trpin the mrvlro- lly it unwl ifforl of Bolfconlrnl Jon Hloowiol innlninlned a rigid soldier tike ImpnMdvlly ion Hnilriinlf nloo was nooinlnRly iiiiiiiovrd lint time were tears In the eyes of tiers Itcltw- Th jjQitoiHn of death wan pro iifmiH d Gun RloifRcl for stir rfndPrhVfjjylu fnrlrrnn Itiforo nil the menus nI 4 pniw hid peen exhausted for fulling In onforitt his uulborlly and for inllltiiry iiilsdmnniinoiH- Cnmiiiiilitllnn nf Iho urnlonro was tihlml on Ihn ground Unit tort Ar thur besot hjr ov wlinlmlnn forces ifctriKliil HiM ir iindr fcn 8toonser iMtilcnthlp with unexampled nliihluiri mess still Illlfd ills world wllh nxlon lulimrnl al lliu lnmlc uitiraco of its Curtain llinl HHVPIS nwuiiiIlN had been rupiilwd with Iritnrndtms IORHPH nn HH imrl of Iho oniinyi that Urn SlmNtc Ihrnuehout Iho HI RO hnd iitalnlHltiHil I life limolc rntiriiRO of Iho ili f MidnfH snit flashy ilmt ho had lakiii nn unerKelln port in thrcn carne imlRimIhfiHV the Muilitnro use rend mnus HIPS ttrrn taken In prevent a demon simians III liivor of SUNtwil by n mini tier nf the yatiURar otlluirw mid wit flosses wlto worn prtmcul CHr F OFFICER OBlCADb Dy Ships Carpenter Whom He Had Punished iSItu Illnn1 R I Feb 21Ccorgo Dixon n carpenter nn Ihn American inlllor Alnrciiin killed Waller Welch ort vMt nllleor of the eolllor Tliur duty nflorniMMin Thn crime wits com muted on hoard the vessel Dlxnn swung al Welcturt wills nn ax and rtiinnlPloly s vrrrd Iris hind Thr attack was rondo JUKI OR Vnlrh crt was walking nviy Rata the rat pcnioro ieiirh whore ho lint bran lolKInK WIth llon Wolrhnrt rom n I ly had Dixon iilnmt In Irons on no- M + uut ot dlMibcdlinro and Ills probably WB the uiollvo for the rrlmo lilxini nt alma ri iorliil Iho murder mud asked ttu second olllccr lo put him In the itlilpR brig A board of Inquiry lisp been npimlnud lu 11I3111 ale the orriinvnroTho ndn nccomplnlrrt I ho fleet nf Ainiirlrnii ImillshlpH to IUD Jnsirlm mid urilvTd four days nro from that port Student Nearly Froze to Death hnlrMmur III Fell IAs n result ot being Brad In n tree In llrddlni College park nt Ablncdoti Tuesday night during the lill7nrd Clarpnrn lloliluaou n Blmlunl In ncrlonsly III Ho wax HCirctl by mankrd ymil lib who Kii mit and hound him nod carried him to Iho west campus where they tiedi him securely lo n luo In n lonely He BlrugRlnl for several11ours before lu could free himself Meanwhile he was nearly frown lo death Johnson could not InYulIfy ills iiKsnllanls hilt ho olinlent Innly which Is mulch wrought up over Iho affair nay It was n ease of splto work Druggist Fatally Shot Colorado Spring Coin Feb 21 Otto Pchrlnurr n druggist and whole sub o lltnior dealer of thin city urns iliiKj Id fnl ally shot unit robbed on n eoutry rood by n nun who hul III diirctl the tnorcliant in iiaompany him lo the place on Iho pretext that nn undo had couio lino wlun whlih ho wished to cell Tho robber wciinul n dlniuoiid stud and ring vnhied nl 10011 n roll of htlhs and cheek iiniounilni to 100 tad u VHluublo gold watch tvlU a diamond BUtilnj The Chicago Trip VnsliliiKton Feb 21The crulufi Chicago now oit lice way titan flit Pa clflo const to tho Annapolis Nnvol ncndfiiny has HiirceR fully passed through tho Strait of Magellan l10r nr rival at Piuitn Arena on Tuesdaywua reported lo nnvy department Thursday TwentyNine Reported Killed DorWny Cnl Fell 21An oxplorlou occurred In till nitroglycerin uiUlnj hnuoo of tho Horculca powder works Hnuica iprUlQf UOK ltlaruiwrlec that 2irJJniMtitu mid four willu jmen wcr KHUd aivl ivvcrIoUsly Injured rai titJ iQ i JAPS YIELD TO UNITED STATES ON EMIGRATION ISSUE AND EVERY EVIDENCE Goes To Show Unsparing Efforts Te Prevent Further Complications on the Subject Tokyo Fob 20Tht rnomorandur of tho Japanese government in reply to that of the United States on the subject of emigration was handed to Ambaseaior OlJrlen Wednesday U Is understood that It agrees In the Kcrierf1 terms with u number of sug Kcstlnns made by tho American gUY crnmcnt and requIres n further rcstrlc linn of emigration by the practical pro hlblllon of laborers The Japanese memorandum pnluti out that tho restriction already en forced Including the closing of cmlgra lion to Canada Mexico and the Ha wnllnn Islands will make further com plaints from America almost Imports blc Every evidence goes to prove that limo Japanese government has been un sparing In Its efforts to avoid further complications rising from tho cmlgra tlon question but the government Is facing a powerful opposition from the emigration companies who aro behind t a proposed resolution In tho diet to censure the foreign policy of Viscount lUynshl minister of foreign affairs toward China America und Canada Should tho resolution be Introduced in the diet It will probably bo defeated by a narrow margin Its passage would certainly entail the resignation ot the cabinetShould the cabinet be changed the bestInformed Japanese believe that new administration would closely fol low tho emigration policy of Hayashl- ExAmbosscdor Aokl since his ar rival here baa not called on tho tor rtlgn office nor has ho submitted any report on the situation at Washington but hIs assumed nn attitude ot nn friendliness to Minister Hayashl Rumors Unequivocally Denied Washington Feb 20 Rumors to the effect that tho state department Is nboul to address a protest to Japan against her attitude In Manchuria and thnt this was to bo done upon the In stance of the Chinese government meet with unequivocal denial at the stato department It Is admitted that complaints have been made to the department that American trade Is BuffoMuR In tho Orient but it is be lldved that other causes than Japans attitude are principally responsible BLOODY RAZOR Found Dy the Murdered ChildSalva tlon Army Leaders Arrested Rock Island III Feb 2f1Enslgn and Mm Robert Booth In charge of the Salvation Army post here were halt by the coroner accused of mils Bering their two weeks old son who was round dead in their bedroom There was a fearful gash in tho chlldV neck Booth contends that tho child was murdered by unknown persons who loft the door open and n bloody razor on tho table while tho wife tells of n dream during the night thnt sho was attacked by a snake which she killed with a knife The police have a theory that the woman killed tho child In a fit of puerperal Insanity Tho mother Is IS years of age The couple como hero recently from Mon mouth Ill- Powder Exploded at a Baptism Now York Feb 20A coble from Put rto Plato Santo Domingo says A largo number of pcoplo gathered at the residence ot Gen Ouayubln dolfe gate of tho government nnd governor of Mncorls to celebrate the baptism1 ot a child While thp festivities wero in progress a largo quantity of gunpowder exploded destroying Gen Qvayublns residence Forty of the guests wets Injured but only the child In whoso honor they bad assembled was killed Refused To Peach Now York Feb 20 Preferring tc take the maximum punishment rather Innn betray nls pals Peter Ilooricy a professional crook was sentenced to ten years In Sing Sing for a burglary at 511 West 125th street No amount of persuasion by tho police could In duce Rooncy to tell the names of the three men who aided him In tho bur glary Rooney was caught leaving tho house carrying Jewelry and a burglars kit 16000 Diamond Robbery New Orleans Ia Feb 20A 15 000 diamond robbers in broad daylight In the heart of New Orleans with hun dreds of persons pajslng at tho time was perpetrated hero at the Jewelry establishment of M Waldboru Co Conti and Royal streets The proprietors of the Jewelry store say112 dill mond rings were stolen- Brotherhoods Will Fight Peoria III Feb 20 Grandmaster Hhnrahan of tho Brotherhood ot Loco motive Engineers says In rotation to the attempted wage reduction that the rallwajrbrolhcrhoods will solidly make a counter demand for an increase Eight Leaped From Window Hounton Tex Feb 20Eight persona bad to Jump from the second story ot a burning boarding house at 2SO oclrck Wednesday morning tbreo of them being Injured Tho build Ing wag a total less and adjoining property was slightly damaged Wan Struck- Cumberland Md Feb 10Wht1i sinking on artesian well on Mrs Jane Snyders property at Barton 20 miles west of Cumherland natural gas was struck at a depth of 70Jcot with 35 pound pressure i I I WILL SACRIFICE Says Deckham If It sage of County Unit Bill Frankfort Ky FormerGo v J C W Utckhum has announced to the Anti Saloon League of Kentucky lint he 181 willing to drop out of tho race for Unit cd States senator It the republicans will agree to pass the county unit bill imd submit to a voto of the utopia next tail a prohibitory constitutional amend meat making the state a unit on pro htbltlon lie asks for no quarter In hIs light for temperance Ills opponent tormer Gov Bradley stated to the AntiSaloon League that he favors the passage of the county unit bill when fault mill squarely presented on Its mot Its TIll statement of the two candidates for United States senator comcf through time AnttRiloon Loimue which being convinced of the Imminent dun cer ot tho defeat of the county unit Mil aunt n delegation of Us members lo this city to find out the position ol the two candidates on the questloh It has been charged by tho demo criis that tho republicans aro block- Ing the pnFsuno of the county unit bill and the republicans charged that the democrats are blocking Its passage INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS Closes Doors of Lexington Warehouse Against Pooled Crops Lexington KyTwo thousand pounds of tobacco grown by M F Butter In Harrison county nnd pooled with the Burley Tobacco Branch of UK American Society of Equity was kept out of the local market by Injunction proceedings Tho action of the Bur Icy Tobacco Society Is supported by nn affidavit from E Dunn of Harrison county setting forth that the tobacco was grown in that county nnd was put Into the pool and thereby under the control of tho members of the Society of Equity The potltlon Is brought against M F IJutlcr the grower and the Burley Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co trio Growers Warehouse Co and Sllns Shclhourno Sou who are the Helling agents In the local market Judge Parker Issued n temporary In unction and will hear arguments on the motion to make the injunction per manent Friday February 28 And Maloney Returned Home Carlisle KyRise Maloney nn in dependent tobacco buyer living near Upper Blue Licks Nicholas county was halted at Morefleld by a commit too of prominent fanners and request ed to return homo with 21 hogsheads of tobacco which ho was taking to Car lisle Ky to bo shipped to sume warehouse to bo sold Maloney return cd homo with the tobacco Sues For Back Taxes Lexington Ky Holland U Ander son revenue agent of tho state at large Died suit against J C Itogors receiver of the American Receiver Bond Co for back tuxes fur 1907 and 1UOS on StHSX SO Anderson also llled action against the Standard Trust Co of Illrinlnghum Ala or back taxes amounting to 95l400 Decrease In Production ivvklnsrillc iCyThe assessors txvtVu of this county show an cuor it ttu ft Ming oft In the production und acreage of tobacco Tho production fur 1907 was 5940870 pounds again 114241UO pounds In 190C The acreage in 1D07 shows n corresponding do crease It being 5203 against 11250 it 1906 Soldier Found Guilty Newport Ky Private Frank J Lewis of the Fourth Infantry was gii en n sentence of three years In the penitentiary for housebreaking The Indictment sot out that he hud cnlered the residence of Henry Spousol in FL ThoniuB und had curried oft a larg quantity of silverware Tax Suits Involve Millions Lexington KyItevcnuo Agent tor the State at Large Arthur E Hopklne flied u suit hero against the Lexlugtoi Hydraulic and ManufNcturlnK Co fOI back taxes on 1500000 worth of pro erlYAII of tho property Involved I 5 In this city nail county Tho Hulls covet a period of five years Aoaln The Set Jackson KyTho trial of John Ab tier and John Smith who with Judg Innio Ilaiil3 who was recently Ulllei by his son wero Indicted for allege complicity In limo murder of Jauie Cockitll was set for February 28 Smith has disappeared Hamlet Warned To Leave Fulton KyNight Riders sent n teller of warning to Thomas Hamlet owner and operator of a large tobacc plant In this city A cartridge matches and a bundle of switches ac companied the epistle Fatal Feud Battle Sergent Ky Telephone advice tram Cordta on tbo Kuott county border give detail of a feud battle be twecn members ot the Smith am Stamper factions In which Jaspe Smith was killed nnd Juck Stauipci jr was seriously wounded Tobacco Barn Burned Carlisle KyA tobacco barn be longing to Auburn Smoot an InJcpond ent tobacco buyer who lives at Uppe Blue Lick was burned Smoot recent ly purchased aeveraK trope sand sqh 1JTtt Maysvllle1 iifl J iJ 9 1 t JL Kentucky Gleaningsl PartsINOMINATIONI PERFECTLY COMPOSED Was Hargls When He Heard the Read lag of the Murder Indictment t Jackson KyThe llrcatWt county grand Jury returned nn taut mert lu open court against Beech Hargls churclng him with tno wlllfnl murder of his father Judgo James Hargls Young Hurgls was at cute brought into court und upon agreement of counsel Ms trial was set for the 13th day of the present lerni of court The defend ant feumcd perfectly composed- It U said that the night before the time ot the tragedy Beech Hargls made an attempt to shoot his cousin Juno left n clerk In the Hargls store Uo Wits Ihwarled by Cal Cooper n negro It was learned that nn effort will bo made by thin citizens who eee In Beech Harris conviction tho dawn of a new era to raise a fund with which to em ploy additional counsel to be associ ated with Attorney Knsh In the prose cution Friends add enemies of Beech Hargls are alike open lu their condom nation ot him t LONG FIGHT ENDS I WhaIIn Favor of Robert W Preston Wins Valuable Estate Lexington Ky Robert Wiekllffc Preston son of the late Gen William Preston after a long light through the courts comes Into possession of an estate of 1000 acres of valuable land ly Ilag between the Richmond nnd Win cheater roods near this dty Tho es I tate was that of Robert Wickliffe one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Fayetto county in tho early part of the nineteenth century When he died ho bequeathed It to Gen Pros ton In trust for his wife Margaret Wtckllffo Preston during her natural life When Margaret Wlcktlffe Pres ton died sho limited her children to a llfo Interest In tho estate and passed it on to her grandchildren Robert WIckliffe Preston was not cntinflcd with the provisions of the will and the matter went to court with tho result above stated LOUISVILLE MAN ELECTEDIKentucky Farmers Seat Contested Del J egatlons In Their FarmcftFrankfort KyTlm State Institute In session hero adopted tbltreport of the committee on dale seating three delegations from Jefferson county whoso Bents werotcontested after a stormy session Former Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland made aflght on the t floor against seating the three delega j lions charging that they were not fair ly elected As a result of the decision Caldwell u Norton of Louisville was elected a member of the state board of agricul tore over Mr Vreeland Extra Session For County Unit Billt Frankfort Ky Unless tho rgulai session of tho legislature posses the county unit bill Gov Wlllson win call nn extra session for its enactment le- the statement made here upon appar ently reliable authority Tho governor Is said to kayo assured tbo advo tales of Ibo measure that he regards himself committed to its passage both by party platform und campaign prom lees Child Swallows Poison Newport Ky While playing wilt I hits little sister In their home Willie the 3yearold son of John Brown ol j West Fitth street found a bottle ol tarboMc laid on tho mante1pccc The child swallowed Iho poison and whenII found by his mother was writhing ic r agony He died two ProbeIt 1Jacksongrand jury will investigate tbo cotta tys feud extending over the last quar ter ot a century If this is douo nearlj every prominent family in Rasters of Kentucky will be affected Senatorial SltuatlostFrankfort Ky ballot for U B senator was caned to order by Speaker Couch TOO roll call showed 119 present necessary foi choice GO The balloting follows Beckham 67 Bradley M Campbell 4 Allen 1 Blackburn 1 Ferry Boat Sinks In Ohio I Augusta lCy1ho ferry boat Vblsit I 1Imnle lllcaNewport 91 one of the earliest settlers of New I port died In ills home in Putnam street from limo Ititlrmltlea incident old use He spent tho greater teIot his long life In Niwiurt tllIItuner ot this county died of 1 Ho was about 70 years old mail was horn In Owen county Ho hud been SI 1 resident of Trimble county about years Young Contractor Died I Paducah Ky Clarence Chamblln 27 n prominent young building tort r tractor pud son of Alderman c II Chainblu died following an operation I Inteirtuepl will take place at irobertjj Mo where bo waa born nl 1 iiaiiiiM e 8aa8aaeeeo818818 88 J o i East Kentucky Correspondence f i News You Get Nowhere seIHo eoneipoadence pabllihtd nnlen signed In all by the writer The mini bassot for pnbllcstioB bat M u trliine ol tool ilta Writ pltlnlj O I080808080808080808080808000808000808080808080808 rrJ Mountain Life as we Mean to Make it II Itonil Good lioness Churches Ooml School r IOHHICAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS MADISON COUNTY imivrtisD- royfus Fob OUr Hiram Youn Is on tile tick listTho Rev Elbort Winkler ot Best passed through Moro to day enrouto to visit his funole Thomas WlnklinrMr Thur Senc r who has been sick forr upMlPouron a fine boy Born to Mr and I13thAndrew Carpenter a fine borIBob Bongo of Hugh Is visiting Lizzie Klmbtrlaln this week Miss MIna Jones has not boen well I tor some time but Is a little better air DOQ Bakoi has been vory sick but Is mush better- RCKCASTLE JlooonCOUftTTI Bono Feb 2trrond Mrs John- Loren of Henry county are visiting relatives at this placelL D Lev ett has been sick with grippe but Is better Mr James Lambert wont to Ml Vernon Saturday on business Mrs Msttio Wren went to Florida some days ago Whit she will reside some tltwfc Mr J W Chand tier cf Happy Top vtelteti retatlToe hero Saturday night and Sunday Mr Marlon Smith of Clover Bottom visited his son W M Smith one day last WEekTr T S Wren was railed to Alt Vt rtrui snore days ago on business Jr Ida Huff who has been vlaltllMT Mends in Illinois returned home lat AVodnosday A nice baby boy arrived at the hume of Mr E L Smith some days aa Rv C S Wilsoa 108 been hold tnt a successful nveting at Conway with seven addlInsIHSIfTAXTA Iisputanta Feb 2tCross tie haul log is ell the ragPople are shoat thru having the measles and mumps Mr and Mrs J B Simpson of Paint Lick vlsltrd their parents the Rev aud Mrs L H Rowlett Satur day and Sunda Mr arid Mrs Jaq Drew visited their daughter MrsI Fannie Abney Sunday Mr George I Payne entertained a large number ol young folks with his phonograph Sunday evening The Rev Lf R Rowlett and son vent to Berea Mon day on buaineeMre Proa Crouch er of this place who has been visit ing her son Air Jamos Crouohor has returned homo Mr John Crourher Jr was the pleasant call er at Mr L R RowleUs Sunday uncaioun Rockford Fob 21Mr John D Thomas Is very slckIr W P An derson of Paint Lick visited his sltir Mrs J W Todd Sunday night r Mr Leonard po Hamilton of Con way called at J J Martins Sunday Mr Willard Todd visited his sister Mrs H E Bullon last week Next Sunday at 9 a m they will organize a Sunday School at Macedonia Everybody la Invited to at tondfr C H Todd of Crab Orch ard Is visiting relatives here Mr F C Vlars and daughter Bsu lah visited Air and Mrs J E Dal ton of Berea from Friday until Sun dayrJ W Todd Is still Improving I ooocniAnn Goochland Fob 22John AI Mul llus was thru Goochland Saturday on his way home from Richmond W IA Phillips visited John Witt of Clover Bottom recentlyJ F Dooley was In Berea to see his I daughter Ellen who Is sick with measles She Is much better John W Phllllps went to McKee Tuesday- on business J L and W S Jones Jr of Goochland ware In Mt Vernon Monday on business Carlo Lunsford Pi Evergreen was In Goochland the first of the week Perry Martin and family of Jackson county passed thru i Wednesday on their way to Tuscoltt IIL whero they will make their tfuiurghomeJim Mat Cox In 4our tie first of the weE John Leger who shot himself some time agols able to be out again t Webb Jones hat been staying with his brother at Robinette for the paste J throe weeks while on his way homo near Bear Wallow Lou V Phillips Is still Improving Ben Drew of Bvergroen staid oronilght with John C Phillips Thursday as did John Mraery and Bill Hammond with J J Drew Homer Phillips while coming from Wlldle drove so slow that his wagon froM to tho ground so tight that It was Impossible to got it loose with a team of four and a crowbar ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IlUANUtr Locust Branch Fob IA number of young folks were tmtartalntd at Air Jno Klndards Saturday night pulling candy Samuol Powell had a working Saturday Ho had 13 men to help hlmMr Elby Re1s- WIlS In Holdloburg last Saturday on business Dr Land of this phase wont to Wlneheetor on business Men dsyair Jna Wills of Pnnola is making a trip Ulna Jackson and Rookcastlo this week representing the last lead Ca Allaa Llwle Oli ver is visiting In Richmond thus weekMr Carr Moore who has been working for D W Gentry has blow ed his Job as the shop fay says Wilson Brandenburg has bought 11 O BlckneUs kegs and will weigh them WotLii day at 33t teatsH G Blcknett and family visited at Flem Campions Sunday Mr Clark Johnston was a caller at Mr Jno Kindreds Sunday Married Miss Lena Blcknell of this place to Mr Root Land of Cow Crank After the cer emony a nice dinner wa served Late In the owning the serenaders came and marched around the house shooting slnsUiK yelling blowing horns ringing bolls picking the ban jo blowing tlie harp etc until they opened the door All were invited but it waa such a muddy evening Iin declined the Invitation and remarked Just pass around tine cake at the door They did so and the eighteen boys marched around and took cake WAOunSVILI WageniTllIe Feb 23 Mesara R J Scrlvnar and T J Wagers went to Richmond Friday to ww B It Scrtr nor who to not expected to live but a short tlnm Mr Ambrose Wagers who leas bean at aehnol In Barea Is vlBiyng home folkm Mr J Q Sly nor and family will movo to Bwao In a abort timMr Joo Kldwojl had a fine cow die last weekMrs and Mrs Pant Richardson are the proud parents of a tine girl bom the 19tbIr Jonah Wagers ot Rich mond was at this place a few days this weekj Air Jeff Wagers has no copied the contract of carrying theI mall from Drip Rock to Irvine will go to work July 1st OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Sturgeon Feb 1GPleas Evans passed thru last week with a bunch of cattle Tho subscription school at this place closed last Monday measles being tho eauseW W Wilson Is at home but will soon start again on a drumming trip John Smith has been sick for somo time but Is convalescent The Rev Albert Bow man Is In Berea this week on bus iness Howell Brewer Is building a new barnI F McCollum and Jemmlo Flanery have been purchas ing somo hogs from R S Wilson U S Brewer and his son A G made a business trip to Buck Creek the past week Dudley Wlllson Is I back homo from Berea College Tho measles aro still raging in this town Tine singing school nt Oak Grove closed yestordayAny ontf wishing to havo photograph work dODo will please call on Air Thomas Bqwman nt Endoo post office Born to the wife of J R Peters a fine boy Tho gathering atAIriinA Mrs Theo Wilsons lost night was greatly en jbyixirby all Simons those prevent were Miss Alntllda Alakcntire Em ma Dalton Rachel Alahaffey Arthur Wilson Carter Alahalfcy Elmer Flan ery Lucian Durch and F N Drawer v YINCZNT Vincent Feb 21Tho ton days revival closed last night with n good ly number of confessions B B Dot nor was In Beattyvlllo Wednesday on business There Is a move on foot for the erection of a Union Church at Vincent William and Thomas Bow man of Endeo woro tho guests of W II Vonablo Sunday Air James Burns and George Botner have gone to Stanton Powell county to purchase n farm Wo aro grieved to lose such good citizens Airs James Burns ot Delvonta was the guest ot Air and Mrs Rolo Venablo during the revival Harrison Turner and Halo 011 able aro erecting n new barn for Burgoyno Botner The widow Price lots moved Into her now dwelling Air J B leans who ro prosonts the Riverside Woolen mills passed through hero a few days ago Mr S P Caudoll of Travelers Host has manifested much Interest in the revival which has Just closod Pray or meetings ovary Wednesday night nt the School houio LEE COUNTY lllnwORT11 PobwortH Fob SO flinging school Is progressing at this place nicely with large attendance ami Mr James Botner u teaehwj Air Logan Combs gavo a part Sunday nJghtj Patrick Carnott Is very HI with pHonreoniii Alles Alnttle Pendleton Is very poorly with pneumonia but la better OW Unolo Is4wm Mays of Buek Creek vie feed his sister Old Aunt Rachel Mays Saturday and Sunday Mr Howell Mays built a new barn this win tor with throaty stallsMr Isitam Mays lisa gone to Alaadowcrfok to see his slater who has been 111 for some timeMisses Bertha and Ida Ways ontortalnod a large orowd Sunday Mr Walter Hughe Is going to Rive another soda before his ton leaves ton Ohio Miss Hdna Pewlteton has- been visiting her uncte Price Gong leton ut UeWelMr John N- Carnelt had a card party the other night and all report a flue Uses Mrs L4ni CornetaM ia visiting her father Mr Howell Mays and Arch Judd aro patting up a aaw mill on Sturgeon Mr Nat JudU la to help tin it Maawa Tom and San Judd are to have a big working Saturday and a aoeial that night LAURELCOUNTY cituisii Cruise Feb 170 R NeJacn was Visiting Cruise Sunday Mrs Alice Grady of Hamilton 0 was at Cruise the 16th There has been very high water for the past few daya and a lot of ties have gone downMr Clarence Durham and family of Hamlltco 0 have returned to Rockcastle county to make it their howeMr Lee Powell of Victoria has rented a house from Ilaunnan and Cockrell and la expected to moye- 1OOI1Moae Mullin cad James Grady are hauling fodder for Baurnuui and Cockrell this weekMr J F Owens returned Sunday to Vlrla where he la working in the mines and he reports thAt mining U very dull CLAY COUNTY MAICOM- Maleom IM 90 Several peopte have measles add mumps her JM Wilson bee goes to the dlty to buy his spring and mmmtri 11Me of JOOdaV101n Hacker la vWlbig at Burning Springs this wwft Alex Smith of this ptaaa la moving tb Lan rel County Wo bate to have Mr Smith leave usv Johtf Drowsier and Hlllery AIcDantel have a bad time hauling their logs to the creek James Wilson mnda a trip to Welch burg February 17 and purehosid a saddle maroTho Rav H S Ponder Is bettor Nancy Wilson and Myrtle Hopper wero In town yestdrduy Al lee Montgomery who has boon sick a long time Is Improving SHXTOXB CKiUK Sextons Creek Fob 21rrs Polly Edwards of Tuft Owsley county pass ed away Sunday night nt her home She line lived a quiet and faithful Christian life for many yersDaw Cornott Is In tho picture business again Rlley Burch bought a fine young mule tho other day for J70 Stovo Fields contemplates return ing to Cincinnati soonW II Hun ter purchased a farm a few days ago from his brother J A Hunter for- 32GMrs Mary S hunt r Is III Wilson Burch tho little son of Jasper Burch Jr Is Just recovering from a very severe attack dfi fever His i physician says that ho iu likely to lose his eyesight or hearing Airs Llzzlo Saylor Is visiting relatives this week WIlllo Allen of Ethel left bin vlfo and family the fourteenth of title monttMrsAnnie Lamb ISI contemplating moving to Jackson county Martin Burch is visiting hlrddugh tea Mrs J II Edwards of Jackson countyr thls Moe4tr4RIverttiiK JcWrt the log market dull at Irving this enrR H Bowman had his nnklo vuy badly Injured Sunday of last week by his horse falling on It The public school at Cradlo Bow will close todaySam Saylor Sr and his son Jasper of Annvlllo were hero tho first ot the week lIlliailTSIIADl- Brlghtsliado Fob 18rrs Wm Alllli died last week after being con fined a long time with dropsy The rosldenca of Oliver Wagers ono of Clay Countys most prosperous and Influential citizens took tiro last Sunday evening at four oclock and slnco there was a high wind It was found Impossible to save anything except tho private papers and part of the furniture It was tho quickest and most destructive fire that this locality has had for years Tho Cause of the conflagration was probably a spark from a chimney Tho loss In esti minted at 1000 to 3000 Air Waiters oxpocta to begin the erection of n now house on tho same site soon Ho IM llvlig wll4 his noxt door neighbor AI 11 Frederick for the present Tin numbarloan friends whom Air Wagera has aided In time ot need stand ready to do any thing in their power to n hove hint In his unfortunate circum stance There are several cases of measles scattered through this east ten There Is still ensue amahII ni Manchester but the situation Ix well under controlH is quite authntlealiy reported that there Is one ClUe f small tax at least In the country adjacent to Plank which U ab III five miles from this place The BtaH making Industry still flourllw hlI JACKSON COUNTY I yrrllergmheI Feb 15Tai rolracte- dInI At Dlnghan1IpeJ held two weeks It broke fjlast IkllaI day We had some very good meet I ings Tho bad snowny weather Met week did not stop the people hoIaI going to church Mr Harvey John son was OUr preacher and everybody likes him We lad good civil times There was no eatttn up Mr John son will preach agala the 3rd Sw day In March and UM anturday eight before Mlaaea Julia andI4skie Far guson were at church at Btagnams ChapeL MJaa Julia FergMon went hone with Miaa Mary RIM ni sac Ute auk Mr Wm Carter let her fall In the creekMiw Sadie Hurley sad Mrs Sarah J Nealey rtelted Kthel OM day mat week Mr Even Nawby killed Ida wife Ellen Newby and then killed hiss self last week Nobody knowa the cause of the killing Mra Newby left one little girl We dont know What will become of the child Miss Clara Rice and Mrs Martha Rica visited R P Marccnu one day last wtekMr Wm Meaeor has bought Mr Ira Wells out Mr Met ser will move to his new home In a short time MUera Clara and Le ona Rice entertained a large crowd last Tuesday night Charlie C Rice visited his dear old grandpa and grandma Rice last weekMr Angeline Meeser visited her brother U B G Rice one day last week rroriix Peoples Feb IO W Baker of this place la gone to Maulden on bus loJ Davidson and son Sherman left this morning for lUchmonJ where they will upend a law days Mr B irml Stewart of Mil mi WM here on Uumlnea SaturdftVDr mere ma L n1wa sad praneken are about the only traTvlara aloe tka tie business fill thru ThoHev L K Johnson ot this plane has been very poorly for tome time but we are glad to toy ho Is slowly ImprovlngrJiM Dunlgan of Mildred paired thru on his way to Halt Barnttadt FridUy last lIlIlnnnu Mildred Fob 20Mr John D Spur looks wagons passed through hero to day going to Last Bernstndt after hoods Hr Andrew Drowning Of tTlvvtU Ky was tho guest ot his cousin Green Morris Wednesday night Air hoary Dunngla and his son WIlllo of Corbln Iy are ViII Ring at Thos Dunaglns this week Mr Harvey Morris has built him a new boatrAlr Thoa Dunagln is cleaning hima flna new ground this winter Wo aro glad to say that Miss Emma Joneis who haamcnslea is Improving very fast Air Thos Moor has moved back to his old home Mr Fred Jones Is very poorly There Is so much sickness It keeps the doctors stirring about Air Thomas Norris of Olin ICy was at Harvey Atoores Mill on business this week Messrs Thos Dunagln James Tow los James DunaginHenry and WIlllo Dunaglrr all enjoyed n jqilcndld hunt Thursday Air a W Tlnchcr hns sold his farm to W R Kngle and expects to make his future homo at Sturgeon GREEN HALT Greenhall Fob 20J D Plerson visited H B Gabbards yesterday TJiere J H fJWtx2llimny In bed with the measles one nnit n small boy not expected to tlvctTho Cincinnati Cooperage Co has a crow ot men on tho waters of Sturgeon ENGLAH0SAY NO ALUM IN FOOD A andstrictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Columbia and alum powders arc everywhere recognized as injuriousTo protect yourself against alum when ordering baking powder Soyplauzig I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal somcncss of the food iHIdIbrgOwl Hollow is clearing up a once- flew ground to put In tarn awl tur ilps Jim to a wortwr O Wand Il ni Iteraott went to MadS- lOll Cwfttr to bur a hay balls They have several tom ot kay to halt SMte tad Lucy Evan wee at home Saturday sad Sunday truss the tooosvtlle aehool They rwtnrard Run My evening Wllant Gotten sad his- family are vlslUng his fmtaerlnlaw Mr Dud Minter Mr Cunh will soon move to his home la Pulaski- oouaty Deer Somerset KJMat- MaUlIu the sum that male chairs will roan hay kb factory at work MAr Frank WUaoaa wator allL Har mon Ptersoa has bought a guitar and will take lessons on It for a wfclle If be has as lard a Urn with It as he did his llttU black mule h should have the sympathy of all Samuel Evans has mad him a dulit user and U now ready to give mu lr o i eutertalninnU Vin KUuicry has a email boy very low wlih pneumonia Rev llarvy Johnson his Jut mov nl to his new hom on Blsrkwai r We are all glad to have Mr John ton In our midst We teem that Lee Ctmgleton has Just returned from Oklahoma where he has bowitlK A farm and will m vc this year Mr Bev Hubbard Uav ilstg 1enIlUl for the Altshllrr irocrry Co f Louisville In very low with fever rt bis fatherinlaw Mr SmithsW M Cook had a fine mare die a few days- ago ANNVIUIf- Annvtlle Frt a Walter Med leek got te horns today from a three weeks ilniMMinsv trip II la trav eilag U pigs ot flay liubtavd who ta wrjr aide In Owatey lItt0rRMlar iHHiTu a hutlnta trip to lUck mond tint of Via weskv Leonard and Peatl Goodman went homer with Dahlia Bowling on Buffalo to spend Saturday ami Sunday AH are In school Imra Crookftt Ctmaglm la on tho sick l tDr A T Neal mndo a professional mil to Letterbox Saturday More sloknoss In this county than has been for ysara Va hail a nice unto at the school today to wo the children celebrating Washington birthdays Mr Llzsle IIOUB baby which has been very low with favor Is wuvaleecantBorn to tho wife of Buck Cunaglm OIL Feb 21 tWlnsrrs Maud Neal visited Miss Mattlo Alcdlock Friday John L Isaacs excommonwealths attorney of this dlatrlct Is sick nt Isle homo near liora Born to the wire of Bob Davis a girl tho first of the weokDr Morris and family who have been sick with the mcaslro arc able to be up again UBULKY- Hurley Feb l9Several people waytoagohasMrs T L Morris huts received her commission as post mistress pud moved tho office to her homo Tues grlllnlnJlikefine girl on St Valentinos day Ho says It Is tho flntst Valentino ho hu ever received Mr Perry McCollum purchased ji fine mule at AIcKco Mon day tOI12 AIn Elizabeth McCol lum Is still slowly Improving Miss Lottlo Cole entertained a quite a number of girls Tuesday afternoon IrPOWDER GrnpcCream FREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSON I DENTIST Richmond Ky Mr Pall Cwbtard Is well pleased with his hoses trade which he made at Mo Kee MosMteyJsk Oabbard Sr met a Ma sow Mon4ayOM grandpa nab bard la still abottt like common 1111 II LttPO lit MlddMork Jleb 31Mr Greta Lake of Kverarwtn was In this ssla mttnlty mat wtlllW F RfctJe h now fireman at the Angel saw mil fm Putter BranchThere was quite- a Urge crowd It at the atng Inn at Oren Iark Re Bstorday Sight Mr Elijah Aegl made a flying trip to Horse Lick Sunday Mr Ier Is now lii IM dmmmlnr beat Urm and Is being very euccwstuL IiiiMi Carpenter of Dajsx was a- Puraant caller at rap Wilson Hatur ila and Sunday Cleveland Angel way at Jim Col tuSdayIrumrer John Leer 11 thra here sister J enroot to MrKss sir TUtu McKe Feh 1 1The Rev IMM Miasler reAdl1 an fatretlag 1 rmon to an amnetlve crowd nt the Academy taut Sunday morn nig A llstlngutabliif fiturc of the winrlaes was a solo by Mrs Te Kolstc The MeKes Acadrmy will open again text Monday Marsh tad Al o 8uacday School will start up again Mt Suaday Measles has takes another ose five our midst Frank UsS sterns year old son ot Win LJadl- t wq JsM to rest IH the McRss cemetery last Friday evening This Is UM sasond death In this family In Ute last four months This bereaved family has our sincere sympathy Mr J 0 Durham who Is teaching the last two months ot Wind Cave school was In town Saturday and pilled at the Superintendents of to return some books and bus some oUters Mr Durham Is maklnc Rood use of tho Tonohers Library Tho Superintendent takes groat de light In entertaining such callors Tho Wind OnO school was vacated some tlmo ago by R M Ward on account ot poor health Wo hope Mr Ward will bo sufflclantly recup orated to enable him to teach nnxt i year Ho has been touohlng only a few years but ranks with tho boat teachers of time county Air and Mrs it 13 E Wyatt of Borca are visiting i at Mr John Farmers the father cfk E Mrs Wyatt Wm Carpenter visited his fathorlnlaw Air John Former last Friday and Saturday Tho Rev r JIsaac Messier and Wm Morris at tended tho Farmers Institutes atr Frankfort lost week Mlas AIolllo fA1InVTyner Fob 2tMr W It Rader has gone to East Bornstndt to stay iwith his ditto Frank Jones tar- whlloMr n nnLAra John Moore are n time jiroud ith1ofi ta fhmo girl Mr and Mrs W M odman vlRltedI 7 Mr and Airs John S Lake SunrdayMrs J SaMoore of Allldrod Continued Sn Strth rie