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I tUb5IIPENTS 01 13EHEA X I l e l I SERER PUBLISHING CO- o S jixouttroaT1 o STANLEY FROST Maniftr o BnUmI at IAt odoaaetf 0 o eoI IX Five cents a MADISON COUNTY 12 1008 One Dollar a year No 97 i NEWS OF THE WEEK y Die HorriblyTalk of War i Wins Case Movement i fChildren Anarchists Being Made j 180 CHILDREN Ono of + Iho most pitiful tragedies on record I camo last Wednesday in tho burning k1 to death of about 180 little school children In A public school building at Colllnwood near Cleveland Ohio Tho cause of the fire has not been learned but tho results were awful Tho children started to march out In order as they had been trained but when they found tho fire between them and tho front door they becamo panic stricken end dashed forward the first ones blocking tho door BO that tho others could not get out Other doors opened Inward so that tho children were prevented by thoso behind from opening them and one tl door was locked The teachers show ed great horoUm in trying to save tholr charges and several of them are among tho victims Tho Ira has been a lesson against having doors in public buildings open Inward and changes aro being made In such bull dings in cities all over Uio country ANOTHER WAR SCARE Thcro Is talk of a war between Japans and China Tim trouble Is because CLin- t oso ordeals seized n Japanese vessel which was carrying arms and am munition on the ground that the things were to bo used by Chinese demendsdamages Otherwise she says she will take action OC course this Is no reason for a war whether the Chinese charges are true or not Bat Japan is In a very hard place financially Taxes nre high and sho will have to raise money or give up her I plan to bo a big military nation Other people will not lend her any money but sho remembers that after her lost war with China she made that 4richnation pay her millions out ot which ale buUt up her army and navy for the war with Russia Sho may bayo tin eye to getting sonic morn money out of China by another war CANNON The killing of n priest by an anarchist n fow weeks ago has caused a general movement against anarchists all over the country and tho police an trying to drive them out Ono man wrote a letter threatening Speaker Cannon and was arrested There Is n plan to get Congress to tutee n law barring unarcnlsts from the country ACCUSE THE KAISER England which bos to have some one to hate and some secret enemy to watch and which has been using Germany for that purpose over since her treaty with Franco some years ago line found a new cause for suspicion Tho Kaiser has written a letter to one ot tho Navy officials Tho official says that the letter was private and that tho navy was not mentioned but the English papers are making aa aw ful howl for Its publication and Charge that the Kaiser is trying tot influence Englands naval policy NEW CONGO TREATY There Is some chance for tho Improvement of conditions in the Congo where tho Belgian King Leopold has caused un told misery for years Ho has sub mitted a treaty to tho Belgian gov ernmont under which that country will annex tho Cougo Ho only stip ulates that ho shall have a big life revenue out of It and that concess- Ions to Thomas F Ryan and other Americans ehall Tie kept Thece concessions are the main point la the treaty as they relate to rubber gathering which has caused cruelties and it la suspected that Ryan and the king are In partnership KJLL 60000 YEARLY The gov ernment has compiled ttatlstlcs to show what this country is paying In human life for Its progress Amer ica is the slaughter house of the world During ona year 67613 Amer icans have been killed by accident In twenty years the railroads have killed and Injured over 1000000 peo pIe The Civil War only cost 300000 lives Every year about 6000 Amer- Icans are burned to death and 25100 are killed in factories and mines Among smaller things Fourth of July cOts about COO lives and there are about the samenumber ot drowning rcue aTI lap y p- oyt h t JipJltt1I IurrI 4 INl i iQ FFICEKY THE CITIZENDevoted to the InterestS of the Mountain People iVol SESSION ENDING Little Work Done by Legislature County Unit Dill Strangled by Dem ocrats Other State Politics SESSION NEAR ENDTho end ot the leglslattvo session is coming rapidly at Frankfort and tho leelsla uro will adjourn by limitation next Tuesday There has never been a session when +o little has been dono but tho members Bro working harder than they have before and more will be done In tho last enIdays than In all the rest UNIT DILL BEATEN The most Important action of tho week has been the strangling of tho Unit Dill which was finally ComtyI the Democrats over the the Republicans led by Senator Bur nam Under the rules of the senate during tho last ten days only bills approved by the rules Committee can bo considered at all A clause was nd ded to this rule providing that it should rcqtro a two thirds vote Instead of tho ukual majority to force the Rules Committee to report a bill This clause is contrary to the state constitution aril Is very unfair but It went thru supported by practically all Democrats and three Republicans Senators Boawcrth Curcton and Ned By It it will take two thirds of the Senate to bring the County Unit Bill to a veto and It Is impossible to get that number There practically no hope that tho committee which is controlled by Bcckhara will report the bill This leaves tho rcsonslblllty with tho Democrats and will give them another heavy burden during the next campaign OTHER BILU STRANGLED Tho same rule will act against tho redls trlctlng bills and other much needed legislation There are a number of other Important bills which the Demo create are willing to have passed and there line been a plan by tho Repub licans to prevent action on any ot them unless the Democrats would permit votes on tho Republican bills But It seems to have been decided that it will bo best to help along all good legislation and make tho Demo crats carry tho weight ot their own misdeeds in tho campaign AFTER LILLARD Hop Lilian of Boyle who voted tor Bradley has been hearing from his constituents and has not tcard pleasant things A maw meeting has been held In Danville in which ho was called al most every thing the speakers could lay their tongues to and ho has been burned in effigy and other wlso In suited UNIONS AOINST Tho Stato Federation of Labor with less sense than is usually shown by labor unions has declared against the County Unit Bill on the ground that It will throw men out of work and seems to forget that It will give a lot moro men a chance to savo money and live better FIRST BLOOD FOR TAFT Tho first test ot tho Taft and Fairbanks forces was fought in the First Dis trict which ExSen DoBoe thought to could throw to Fairbanks and start a stampede that way Ho Deems to have lost out for there wore many moro Taft delegates than Fairbanks men elected but there is a plan to do the Taft men out of their vic tory Sen DoBoo will preside at the convention contests have been made in all tho Taft counties and it Is ex pected that DcBoo will manage to seat the Fairbanks men This shows that the Fairbanks movement is one of the machine and not of the people DECIDED AGAINST POWERS Tho Republican Committee ot the 11th District which met in Corbin last Saturday decided in favor of prima ries In the district early in June This Is contrary to the request of Caleb Powers who wanted tbo primary put off till after his next trial It Is becoming more clear that the Gover nor intends to carry out his campaign promise not to pardon any of the men accused in tho Goeble con spiracy This will mean that Powers will have to mako the race for the nomination from his cell if ho makes it as it is expected he will Many ot his friends are sorry to see him doing this aa they feel that it will elapse hard feelings and prejudice his cake when ho could have had the nomination without anY trouble If hehad only waited two years iCui4s sliiut ry I- u L l i + ww yi- r it 1JtA tt REPUBLICANS CLEARED The fight on the County Unit Bill at Frankfort is not yet over but the blame its defeat has been shift ed from the Republicans to the Democrats and the grand old party stands clear of the which have looked so black against it for several weeks On the test vote three Republicans deserted their party it is true but even with their votes the result would have been no dif ferent and the Democrats voted almost as a unit for the rule which strangled the bill Efforts may still be made to revive the bill and the temper of the Republican leader in the Senate A R indicates that the fight will go on to the last but by the vote of last Thurs day lire Democratic party has squarely taken a position whiskeyThe Unit Bill by their rule The fair Redistricting Bill and the Dog Tax Bill as well as other important measures which the Democrats are afraid would help the Republicans are caught in the same trap The Republicans fought hard and did their full duty led by Senator Burnam who declared that a vote for the rule was a vote against temperance but it was useless This action clears the Republicans as The Citizen has expected Whether long fight for Bradley was wise or not is open to question but the serious chrages of foul play and treachery are proven untrue Gov Willson will probably call ah extra session and thus doubly refute them and the party will go into the next campaign stronger than ever while the Democrats will have one more Beckham burden to carry OPINIONS OF OTHER It Will be Up to Governor Willson Tho expected has happened The County Unit bill has been slaughtered In tho houao of Its friends With the Republican party pledged to its adoption by its platform and candidates and tho Democratic party committed to it by tho speeches ot Governor Beckham Judo linger and many ot its members of the General Assembly the Stato Senate has by a trick sent tho one temperance measure ofI tho present session to tho legislative graveyardIf County Unit bill had been permitted to como to n voto and had been beaten squarely wo should ct least have given tho members who voted against It credit for coming out In the open against their party pledges but to make It a pawn in tho Senatorial struggle for sixty days and then to smother it In tho closing days of cession by parliamen tary sleight of hand work is such a betrayal of tho people as to merit universal censure The juggling of the rules by which tho County Unit bill was put to sleep practically insures the same fate for all redislrlctlng election and regis tration measures and the several bUs providing nonpartisan boards of con trol for Stato Institutions and Re publican Senators joined the Democrats In adopting thin knockout rule Messrs Cureton of Louisville Nell of Adair county and Dosworth of Dell county Tho Court of Appeals ot Kentucky In language amounting almost to a mandate called for tho passage of a redistricting bill to correct tho pres ent clearly apportionment ot tho State but the first General Assembly of Governor Will cons administration of which to much was expected so equally divided in politics thl1tJt elects a Republican United States Senator absolutely Ignores tho courts utter naces and three Republicans unite with tho Democrats in adopting a Democratic gag rule that ties the hands of the minority for the te malndtr of the session Governor Willson has preserved his consistency and dcmocsifated his good faith in standing by the Re publican platform on tho County Unit bill which he has urged upon tho General Assembly in his Inaugural ad dress in his regular message at tho beginning of the session in his re cent special message and in personal Intercourse whenever his views were asked Ho could not take a sent in the lobby and personally buttonhole members but he has dono all that was expected of him and ho has stood by his pledges to the people If the General Assembly had not frittered its time away with the Sen atorial deadlock long adjournments and Mr Klalra parlimentary tang lea and actually considered and voted upon the numerous measures recom mended by Governor Willson and demanded by the best public senti ment even though they had been de feated the situation would have been entirely different but as the only M c 4 1 t 4 excuse for the gag rule adopted on Thursday is tho approaching close ot tho session we believe tho Gov ernor Is Justified In preparing for the Issuance for a call for an extra session Immediately following the adjournment of the regular session ten days hence If tho General Assembly permits Itself to be muzzled by its committees on rules and its adroit parllment arlans It will bo up to Governor Willson to call it back to tho per formance of the duties It has ignor ed Lexington Leader Comments on Fairbanks They say Finloy and Taylor found a refuge in Indiana and Fairbanks found a birthplace there This was wise and commendable in Fairbanks and wo compliment him upon his fore sight They say he spent two days in campaigning and made a generous contribution for tho Republicans In the recent state election We glad ly acknowledge the value of these services and allow him all possible praise and credit therefor rIs n strange coincidence that ho just happened to climb Into tho band wagon when ho most needed a free ride If Fairbanks professed love for Kentucky Republicans is sincere why has ho been silent arid penur ious during all our struggles against Cotjbcllsm and only to burst forth just at tho time when It conld best boost his presidential aspirations We would not minimize our debt of gratitude to Indiana But being born In Indiana and exchang ing political work with Kentucklaus Co no entitle a man to the Presi dency nor give him the right to de mand that the Republican party shall jeopardize Its opportunity to cloct a President Even Fairbanks friends and the wetnurses of his infant boom admit that it would require a miracle to nominate him And to all think ing people as contradistinguished from those who merely feel it is plain that should suca an unfortunate catastrophe arise a Democratic via tory would inevitably result Wll llamsburg Times HINTS TO SUCCESS Success Is at the top of the hill The man who reaches it climbs A genius for work 13 the secret of success A druggist must be above all other things a gOod mixer So must be a merchant to be a success Circumstances are the nails oq which the weak hang their failure On which tho strong clinch their success 1vij always noted great success Is united with trouble more or less To do successful work in every case A man must keep the best side face to face Be sure y uaro right and then go ahead But in case of doubt go ahead any how I OHIO fOR TAfT I Big Man Wins Easily In Home State Probable Platforms of Big Parties Forecast In Ohio and Nebraska OtIO FOR TAFT The Ohio State Convention which met last week adopted resolutions instructing all dell gates to vote for Tatt till ho is nominated and prepared a strong platform Tho Convention showed how completely Foraker was beaten And every man who has been for him was dropped from the state commit tee Up to March 8 out of 148 delegates elected to tho National Con vention 11C have Taft Instructions C are not instructed 2G are instruct ed for Fairbanks his own state and 18 places aro contested A pretty good lead PLATFORMS FORECASTThe Re publican and Democratic platforms of next fall are pretty accurately fore cast in those adopted by the Ohio Con ven lon which nominated Taft and tho Nebraska Convention which nomi nated Bryan It is noticeable that the TWO agree in endorsing all that the President has stood for against the corporations and male factor ot great wealth showinG that both parties believe in him and the things bo has advocated But there are two significant differences whirs shows about what the lines the cam paign will probably be Bryans plat form declares for a tariff for revenue only while TaU is for a special- ssslon to revise the tariff to mantain protectionist principals but to meet present conditions There aro few leader in any party now that are for free trade which la practically what Bryan advocates with that ini tho platform It would be Impossible for the Tcmocrats to carry any of tho big manufacturing states and there woud bo a distinct loss of enthus iasm in tho South tho of course the vote would be as usual Tne second point of difference Is that Bryan is for immediate independence of tie Philippines while Taft favors hold ing the Islands as a scared trust and teaching tho natives self government This would be another weakness of tho Democrats Another trouble is that there are signs that Bryan has not yet learned the difference between good money and bad and proposes remedies for financial evils which ox perts agree are foolish Altogether Democratic politicians are feeling worse than usual theso days DAY IN TROUBLE There is wholisaon tho President A fellow clergyman of his church has brought charges of violating the rule of the Methodist Church against criticism of magis trates and Mr Day will soon be tried MOUNTAIN CONCRESS iBecause of the meeting In February and later tho sickness in town it seemed wise to defer tho Mountain Congress which was set for Feb 12 to a later date That date has been decided upon as March 24 tho last day of4ho winter term That day will be given over to exercise and recreations of various kinds ona ses sion ot tie CongroM coming at 930 and a second at 730 in the evening The Congress has been organizea political partte are divided off andIbills of general interest are worked upon The Republicans are tho strongest party but the surprising Increase In the number of Prohibition representatives makes It look as if they would hold the balance of powers The Democrats are bent on scouring a number of quite popular reforms and will If combined with the Prohibition men give the dominant party a hard fight to hold their powerSchool legislation and appropria tions and bulb relating to improve ment of roads will probably bsup ported by almost all members regardless ot party but certain other measures probably among them a County Unit Bill will cause a hard fight Everyone both in school and in town should be looking forward o this meeting as one of the betthings of the year for it will not be ft gathering for fun but an occasion when our best young men in their strongest manner will present the actual needs of our mountain country and people Reclp0fprniaklng others pay flair debts Pay yours L J J w 14 1 IThe Glitters Is Growing NapU i Idly Let Your Bualness i Keep Pace With It Iy Adver itDopyBEREA KENTUCKY MARCH THREATENED TEMPERANCE charges County parliamentary unconstitutional PercyHalylsrn Kantbebeat platforms IN OUR OWN STATE Abner on TrialTalk of Big Coal Combine Campbells Daughter Dead ABNER JURY DISAGREES Tho Jury which has been trying Abner for the murder of Cockrill has disagreed v and been discharged DIG COAL COMBINE There Is talk of 4 Us coal company vhich would control almost all the soft coal mines la the country Nothing de finite has been decided yet but combinations have been so successful in other lines that many men believe It is only a matter of time till there is one in the coal mining business THE DAUGHTER OF ALEXAN DER CAMPBELL DEADMrs VIr- ginia Thomson daughter of Alexander Campbell founder of the Disciple or Campbelllte Church died last Friday in Washington She was for 13 years postmistress in Louisville and at the time of her death was working in the Congressional library LIBEL ON THE MOUNTAlNSOi of the mysteries on modern times is why no ono from the outside can ever tell the truth about tho mountains Another example of thiS comes in a pate article on Tho Feud which has been published In tho New York Hearld and which lathe result of two whole days which some pert newspaper woman spent in i Jackson She says that every one treated her kindly and yet she goes home and draws a picture Oi mountain life which is about aa near tho truth as a funny paper picture of Roosevelt is like him One good thing about It is that New York Is pretty well onto The Herald and takes every thing it says with a lot of salt The story is another example of whet some poor girls will do for money 4K I Perhaps we ought to pity her rath er than censure her ot i HARms CASE PASSED The trial of Beech Hargls for killing his V father has been set for the Juno term l of court HEMP PRICES UPThe prices ot hemp is higher than it has been for years being now 140 A ton when it was 55 two years ago This will help in keeping Kentucky from raising a tobacco crop this year MRS SPARKS ARRESTEDlirerRachel Sparks widow of Jas Sparks who was killed by Robert Boyd In London has been arrested charged with Riving a negro a match and coal oil to burn tho barn of Tip Sparks her husbhnds cousin whom she ac cuses of siding with Boyd at the trial SOCIAL AT DINSMORES The social given to the Normal De partment on last Saturday night by Prof Dlnsmore though more erly an entertainment was a greatTsuccess and cuntalned a pleasing sur A prise 7socialthe platform and entertained the young people for an hour with various eelcctlons heroic pathetic and comic in his most pleasing man ner and all who know his ability as i a reader will appreciate what that j means At the conclusion the surprise was s introduced It seems that on the Jseventh day of March fifty years ago young John Wlrt Dlasmore had made his appearance upon the worldstage From the mind of the matured Pro fessor young yet at the halt way point In the century the muse had brought forth a poem ot strength and beauty to commemorate the event This was not only read in a touch Ing and Impressive manner but each person present received a copy of the poem tasttully bound and with the Professors picture looking out 1 j from the title page Ona hundred and thirty students of the Normal Department wore there and that means that their Dean has one hundred and thirty hearts bound to him closer even than ever before ReggieDid Ethylene toll you the truth when you asked her her age Willie Yea Regfele What did she say Willie She said it was none of my business Forget the pastL attend to the present And let the future take care of Itself Mothervow Johnnie dont want v to ever catch you in that jam closet again Ii Johnnie sobbing ia I dont want you to nuttier 1 l 7- l 4 = I = BYARTHUR HENST 19J1DFa1rJY 2YCL3- e1EGdYJLi7q CHAPTER XXXV Continued That Is not necessary assured Starva Lot all theso candles bo snuffed except thoso In tho candelabrum that stands at tho head of tho staircase Bring your man Jacques to that point and no farther Wo shall see him but he will not be ablo to see us- Fortune was favoring us Indeed focko and I silently bestirred our cHives Now at last had como tho moment for action But still another grumbled and still fortune favored- us That is all very woll objected Ig natlctt And perhaps a traitor may strike a blow in the dark I for ono refuse to gratify the curiosity of Kuhn In this matter nut Starva was determined to havo his way To prevent that he answered each of us will lay his weapons on tho table at the end of tho hall There were cries of fierce dissent Starva silenced them with an angry gesture One moment friends ho purred You do not quite understand When wo first came Into this room I sug gested that lots should bo drawn and ho who was favored with tho lucky number should fire concealed In the gloom that nono might bo suro who had boon chosen to snuff out Ferdl nands little soul But slnpo our Wend Kuhns loyalty has been ques tioned It is he who shall have that honor and with Oornjts dagger ho hall do tho work And lest an acct dent should happen or lest his courage should fall him Bratinau and I trill keep our rovolvers I think there is nono to question our loyalty Kuhn had grown frightfully pale tie trembled But he spoke no word By this arrangement continued Starva tho loyalty of Kuhn of Macedonia will bo established And If ho was glaring at Glngaja and Count Pitcschtl there are any mad enough to dream of disloyalty at this lato hour and harbor treachery they will I bepowerlessStarvas ruse was nailed with jiboutsof approval Gornjl Ignatleff and Gortschakoft strode to the tablo at the end of tho hall and flung down their weapons defiantly Glngaja re luctanUy followed their example Pitcschtl folded his arms defiantly standing motionless This is childs play he muttered with pale lips- Nevertheless whispered Bratinau In Ills ear you will obey and quickly By all tho saints Starva I think your plan has proved a wise one Come sir wo are waiting Or are you so Ignorant of tho rules of eti quette that you Insist in taking prece denco over a king With a gesture of despair Count Pltescbtl walked slowly to the table and left his revolver there Now friend Kuhn we are waiting only for you cried Starva sharply I have no arms answered tho poor wretch with a sob You shall be armed presently cried Gornji Now Jaques you may go Oul with the candles Gornji and Ig natleff Tho rest of you remain quietly as you value your lives You will find your man defenseless Jacques But It ho proves troublesome you have only to call and 1 will come You hare taken care of Alphonse I havo put him to sleep he chuckled As Jaques lifted the tapestry Locke choked him Into silence Together we carried him struggling up the bidden I staircase and burst lntsj the anteroom of tho tower Not until wo had Slung him breathless Into the room of the safe and had locked the door did we answer Forbes frenzied questions Locke gripped his arm for silence Quick there Is not a moment to lose nave you arms No growled Forbes ready for ac flan I In tho first room to the right of the corridor panted Madame do Val nlerurn the drawer of the cabinet near the door Then comO And you two stay hero There Is mans work below Wo stoic silently down the stairs Locke and myself In tho lead to the cabinet where both Locke and Forbes chose their revolvers Do you Capt Forbes make your way along the gallery until you comA to the spiral staircase at the end of the hall I commanded briefly When I appear at the main stairway with Locke reach the hall with no delay There Is a table by the little stairway there are arms on It let untllllockeaide Now then Locke are wo ready Wo had filed silently Into tho cor rider Forbes sped with caution to ills vantage ground Locke was al ready approaching the main staircase when I seized him by ihs win I am going to fool Staral am going to call torbeipFie will think Igyyltiplakeman Walt UII he shows himself and mind you aim straight I raised my voice In a cry of dis tressA mol Starva My trick succeeded admirably Stars bounded up the staircase As ho showed himself In tho light of the candelabrum I fired Ho tell head long without a groan Locke stood at tho head ot tho staircase waiting I peered down In tho darkness below Forbes revolver rang out again and again Tho uproar was terrible Kuhn I Glngaja PltcschU To tho staircase I cried In French That was tho last I know of our meleeI gently to my knees behind tho antiquo rug Bratlnaui bullet had struck me CHAPTER XXXVI Honor My Sword I awoko to consciousness to find myself In the music room I opened my eyes languidly lIelen was bend ing over me What Is IU I murmured Yes I rememberthe fight on tho salr caseI struggled to my feet but sank back dizzily my hands to my aching foreheadThank God you arc alive and It Is all over I cried Helen brokenly And Ferdinand is sate Quito safo and unhurt Already I He he has loft the chateau Capt Forbes will tell you everything presently I have been uncouRClous so long Am I wounded I feel no pain only this headache and dizziness A bullet gnted your an eighth of ao Inch more Sho shud dered It wounded you only slight ly but you have boon unconscious nearly an hour My usual luck I cued bitterly It to have been my chance I hoped to retrieve myself and I am winged tho first shot Fate Is deter mined It seems that I shall stick to my role of coward Dont dont ever say that hor rible word again cried Helen pas sionately It was your shot that killed Starva It Is you who have saver Ferdinand It Is you who have saved for mo the honor of my poor brother so far as the world can know How can 1 ever bo grateful enough Helena I cried passionately you remember at Lucerne on the terrace when I told you of Willough bys death how ho had died calling- m coward It was you that pointed out to mo way of escape you told rao how I could regain Hio selfrre spelt I thought I had lost forever It was to be life for a life you sfld When I hud saved a lIfo for the that was through my cowardice I waw to utiiud once more upright among men Tell me you de spire mo no longer Despise you slip murmured If you knew how I hundred you Ah It Is worth while to hear you say that nut ouIlIUII re Intl + U6fy more than that vow dear to satisfy m i3X Wen I thought only a week HBO that If I could win your re sport I should bo happy But BOW waul youi love f Dont aho cned In pain How can you speak of love at such an I hourI Fcrglvo me What a selfish bruto I am But by tho by when tlmo has softened your bitter painIn happier days may I come to you Happier days Sho clasped her hands In quick despair tooVing beyond me as If into a future that must bo nlway dark for her Yes 1 said passionately there shall yet bo happier days for you and for mo Do you remember on the ter raco tile little beacon light In the tar ort mountains That was my star It comforted mo then It bids me hopo now It tell me Helena you love me Never She withdrew tho hand I hud held almost fiercely Her vehemence brought mo rudely to my senses 1 had been mad to hope 1 turned slowly from her groping my way toward the door for my head was still throbbing furl ouslyShe stopped mo with a cry of die tress Sbo clung to me In her eager nessYon dont understand she plead ed You have saved my brothers honor as far as the world can know Uut this shame that curshcs ma this disgrace can I forget IU I would help you bear It VMr Haddon wo Brctts havo been a proud race Our happiness wo share with others But disgrace we bear aloneDont say that you arc bitter now butIf you had known mo bettor said Helena quietly you would understand that I do not givo tomorrow what must deny today When I told her of Willoughbys tragic death I had thought It pathet- Ic tbat a woman should be so strong It was her calm cutirago that had first awakened my love for her 1 must not complain now if sho was not to be moved by my entreaties But this question I did ask If I could have proved that your Fell Headlong Without a Groan I temple was a a life lost 1 I brother had not after all shown him self false to the motto of your house Honor my Sword would you still havo refused to listen to moT Ah If Mr Haddon For almost the first time since I had known her she smiled and that faint smile opened tho gao of paradiso to me She would not be moved to declare her love for me but she did love me I was sure of It And then suddenly I thought of the words of tho Countess Sarahoff when I madu my escape by the ladder of stones Go and I swear by tho cause I hold sacred that if you can savo Ferdinand the honor of Sir Mortimer shall be saved That promise might mean little It might mean that she would show her gratitude by refusing to make public Sir Mortimers dls graco Or had her words a deeper significanceBut eagerly nothing is quite Impossible I repeat now what I said to you when In your grief you asked me to meet the banker I cannot believe in your brothers guilt I cannot conceive bow a man lose Integrity has been undoubtctd during a brilliant career should suddenly stoov to the shame of taking bribes- A flash of hope shono In Helenas paid face only to bo followed by the deepest dejection But there1 are the proofs she said mournfully I cannot would that I could deny my brothers writing I must see Maoamo do Varnler A few hours ago sIll held us at her mercy But now we have the upper hand tbero are runny things she InuU explain Where Is het Sho left tho chateau with Ferdi nand halt an hour ago Left the chateau I cried aghast Why was she sot Iileldr I Prince Ferdinand Insisted that she must go at once to Sofia Ho has sent her on somo secret mission I think she must be ono of his spies And sho loft no message for moT I demanded gloomily No replied Helena looking at mo In wonder Why do you ask I did not tell her of Madamo do Varnlors promise I know now thnt it had been given mo quito recklessly to spur mo to action I was mad to expect mercy and gratitude from such a woman Sho was too determined on her revenge I remembered bit torly how sho bad told mo in tho tow er that sho sacrificed friends and eno mica It they proved obstacles to her plansI had hoped I answered vaguely now that Ferdinand was saved that sho might In somo way bo ablo to show us that your brothers dishonor Is not so great as it appears But could she explain away hit writing asked Helena mournfully No even If she feels remorse for her cruelty In torturing me it is too late I have eaten of tho tree of knowl edge Mr Haddon and It Is very bit ter lIeaven has reversed my fate and yours It Is I who now have lost my selfrespect while you have gained No I cried bitterly I have fall ed utterly In my task I dared hope for too much I have dared too greatly in dreaming that I should find happiness In this Castle of Lies But sho whispered I too have dared Ernest and I shall not forget Helena I crashed her bands in mine Even now I refuse to despair I will find this woman though I search tho earth for her Sho shall tell me everything and perhaps oven now Not oven your lovo can bring about tho Impossible nut If It could If by n miracle your brothers honor were shown to be stainless Ah if you could work miracles yes sho faltered Tho door was flung open brusquely Locke stood at the threshold his keen glance bent cynically on mo So you are quite yourself again He concealed his embarrassment by a gruff demeanor So much tho better for you must bo oft before tho dawn my friend And where I demanded aston ished and not a little piqued at his cool assurance En route for America if you are wiseYou are settling my destiny In a rather highhanded manner I cried angrily And will you tell mo why you dispose of mo so summarily Why replied he with a quiet laugh I havo promoted you Ho became suddenly serious gland ing uneasily at Helena Miss Bret Capt Forbes and my self will accompany you to your hotel presently Will you wait hero whllo I say a few words to Mr Had donBut It Is not possible that you still mistrust him after tonight sho demanded with Indignation- No no ho assured her T would spare you from embarrassment that is nil Come then I said shortly When we had reached the gallery I saw to my astonishment tat tho hall below was empty I listened and there was complete silence What have Forbes and yourself dono with your prisoners I demand ed In my perplexity I forgot to ask what Locke had meant In saying flippantly that ho had promoted me They are nil mono but two Locke answered cooly 110 lighted a cigar ette and leaning on tbo gallery rail stared down Into the hall Starva and Bratlnaus bodies aro In tho dining rooms but their souls havo been swiftly ferried across the Styx by old Charon Nothing reminds us of our fight except tho dark stain on tho staircase carpet yonder It was a good scrap whllo It lasted Your shot winged Starva as you probably know d settled Bratinau Forbes peppered away In tho dark and bad fair luck Tho man called Go on or Gccup or something like that got a shattered ankle and tho Servian a rather nasty wound in the thigh As for tho rest of tho gentry three of them rallied to your slogan and Joined mo at the staircase tho other two were easily settled with Yes It was a good fight but much too short especially for you old chap Ho shook his head despondently But your prisoners I demanded again Irritated by his superfluous commentsIt Prince Ferdinand who In elated on their release Thor Feleasel I Interrupted fu riously What Incredible folly You remember that Starva and Bratinau were tboonly Bulgars among the conspirators and they are dead Tho two ringleaders ar wound cd badly enough to go to a hospital Forbes himself has accompanied them there to see that they aro not discharged until one of us IB told Prac tically they are prisoners Thorn re mains Kuhn Pltencht1 and GIn d the three men who showed that they had some instincts ot humanity when it came to the crisis The other two were arrant cowards Ferdlrmdpre fers to consider the three nls loyal friends and two others powerless Ho has set them at liberty By Jove his magnanimity or hli folly will cost him dear I am not so certain of that re sumed Locke thoughtfully It Is possible that he has made five friends of five enemies You must romombel that oven if ho wished to punish the conspirators ho Is powerless to dc this without advertising to the world the Intended uprising of the OtUVa States Ph BIa COIITttur + t RAKE TOOTH GATE HANGER New and Novel Use to Put WornOut Rake Teeth A correspondent of the Prairie Farm er writes saying that ho has been using old broken or wornout rako teeth for handling his gates Ho sends a sketch showing tho meth od which Is aim ple Thin armor takes teeth to his shop whero he has n forge and after heating them cuts off a portion and bends tho other in tho form f a largo staple In case ho Is using Jlxlnch board In his gate ho makes tho loop In tho staple seven Inches so ns to allow plenty of sliding space for tho gate board Tho legs of tbo staple aro left about six or eight Inches long BO that when two holes are bored Into the posts quartering as shown In tho cut the staples will bo reasonably firm The reason for boring the holes quartering Is obvious Inasmuch as It Is necessary to secure sufficient space to open and awinG tho gate to one side ONE MAN SWING SAW Device by Which the Farmer Can Manage Big Saw Himself This saw frame Is ot 1x2 Inch ilccoi except sills which aro ot 2x1 The Saw Frame Frame Is made 14 Inches wide with guldo In center Make any hulght to suit suggests the Agricultural Epltom lit using a common crosscut saw STUDYING THE SOIL The Successful Farmer Must Know Nature of His Land To bo fiucccsiful In Us cultivation the farmer must study his soil If he expects to hold and Increase the soils fertility rendering It fit for cultiva tion It Is necessary that ho should know of what it Is made Knowing that he can Intelligently add to or subtract from tho Ingredients In which It Is deficlunt or with which It super aboundsA toll Is one of apparently good texture or pests containing sul phnte of Iron or any acid matter and yet such u soil can bo remedied by a top dressing with lime which converts tho sulphate Into manure By tbo nn pllcatloh of sand or clay says the KpltomUt n soil In which there Is an excess of limey matter can bo Im proved A dressing of clay marl or vegetable matter will likewise benefit a soil that Is too abundant in sand Peat will improve tight soils and peat will bo Improved by a dressing of sand though tho former in the course of nature Is but a temporary Improve Gent Soils which are loose In their tex turo neither so light as to become readily dry nor so heavy that they will get too wet in rainy weather are the most fertile Tho amount of nitro gen In the soil largely determines Its fertility This nitrogen la stored up only by previous generations of plants Tho most fertile flpld can sooner or later bo brought to a state of exhaus tion by severe cropploIn which more nitrogen Is removed from tho soil in tho crop than Is formed and stored up in the soil during the same period FAPM FACTS Dont be a dead one Get out of the rut The proper handling of a farm calls for though as well as work It pays to study every field and crop The wasto of tho farm will pay the Interest on the mortgage it handled right Weeds may be turned Into aevcn cent lambs and mutton Half tho money spent each year for wagons could bo saved If bettor caro was taken of the old ones Make It a rulo not to leave the old wagon out of doors over night The farmer who raises some grain and keeps a few cows will find that A flock of 100 to 300 fowls can be made very valuable The skim milk and the grain will be welt paid for fed to good fowls Give a Little Feed Look for the roosting places of par tridges and q alland throw them some feed during February and March If the snow is deep or the ground cov ered with a crust of Ice They are both valuable birds around the farm 0lt1114UInjurious and do not allyw anyone to shoot your friends j t t A GOOD LAND Edgar L Tells One ROLLERI Wo hind been wanting n land roller JUt hall not quite como to the place whore wo felt that wo could spend tho money for ono out of the atom Wo hind been spending n groat nwxl for buildings mid fell that to buy u nndyImade roller Just at thnt tlmo mute than wo could stand A neighbor who haul been longer In tho way than wo had stepped to tho front with the question Why do you not make ono yourself This Is what we did Como up nod see ours And wo went up Thin result was that wo made a trip to tho city anti out of un old scrapheap fished four whools that bad dono service un mowing ma chines They were about the same size as would bo essential In rich it cnso Wo also bought ft pleat rod large enough to tit the holes In thin wheels and same rivets throo ravhos In length Aimed with these nnJ a few steel drills the same size AH thin rivets wo went homo nad waiting for n spell of stormy weather wo tackled thn Job- I have got you Into tho scrape and now Ill ace you out tho neighbor said and wo wore very glad Of his help The Oral move was to get into tho mill a cut of hardwood matte log as long as wo wished the roller Blanks to be Wo had them sawed two Inches thick and six Inches wide It was not a very hard Job to drill holes through thus rims of tho wheel for the rivets which were to hold tho planks Two worn provided for each wheel Small grooves had to ho cut In tho planks to fit over tho eleva tions on the outer surfaces vt the wheels designed to keep them from slipping That was easy Daring tho holes through the ends of the steel rod for tho lynchplns was tho hardest Job we had That was slow work hut wo accomplished It at last Tho roJ was slipped through the wheels and It began to look quite like a roller Of a local wagonmaker we fcousht an old mowing machine tongue A frame of hardwood scanting four Inches square was wade in set over tho sections of tho roller Tho polo was bolted to this Braces were run from the framo part way up tho polo to strengthen It at tho tarn A cover was put over tho sections nIother old mowing machine attachment In the torn of n seat was bolted to the top and the Job was nearly complete 1 say nearly for there was ono thing more that served to make tho roller complete Naturally tho mid die of tho roller would bo Inclined to fall behind n llltlo while In motion especially when n stone happened to bo In the way This would bend tlc shaft and cause tho roller to scrap heavily on the frame on top Wo went to a blacksmith and bad a hook made of heavy Iron to clasp over tho shaft This was furnished with two heavy links like tho links of a chain the whole being bolted to the frame of tho roller You can sea how this would work When tho shaft bent tho links would straighten out HO that tho hook would draw on the shaft preventing It from scraping nn the framo or top Wo have used that roller more than a dozen years and It Is all right now It cost us about 475 Of conrsu tho work wo counted rut nothing Firm era Review USE FOR OLD MOWERS How It Can De Ripped for Utilizing II Horse Power Many mowers that aro still good In tho Goal but rendered useless by defects In other placos aro discarded as worthless or sold for old Iron Such mowers mako excellent powers for light work and would be handy on any farm Take off the levers seat cutter bar and tongue which are of no use Then turn the mower on I Its side with one wheel np and Good Use for Old Mower tho other down Tho wheel on tho gear side should bo down Stake and wire It tight so It will bo solid and fasten the frame so It cannot turn Fasten a sweep a to which tho horse Is to be hitched to tho top wheel a Now attach your tumbling rods b to the crank wheol r by which the sickle pitman Is run and your power Is complete This makes a nice power says Farm and Homo for running light shelters grinders washing machines etc Anchoring Down Wire Fence We notice that many farmers who use woven wire fenclrig have them staked down by crle crossing small stakes over tide bottom wire In order to preventhogs creeping and forcing their way under and Into adjacent fields wherp they are not wanted We r use a hotter method Between each post we dig dqwn 18 Inches find place a loop of heavy galvanized wire and Into each hole sink a small slope or loco of old casting and cover deeply Then with our foot we bold the fencing tight to the ground surface and with tho pliers twist the ends ol I tho burled wire about tho bottom fence wire This makes on ancborrthat lasts as long t s tho fence lasts and Is not rotting off or being lifted with the frosts every winter as NAkos do If tkfpyeppata are exception ally tar apart two or three of theMIanchors may be placed between eac coatIc f IIWANT FLOWERS ot FloweriTable Ferni Funeral Drdffni I Wedding T licet ltd IUnti I I I t e iNCOirOKATKo f 12 KY e i i 00 o e fe oeo ei I CITY nioxis tab OFFICE OVER POST OPPIC1 MlM Mary Clngcttjioa been qulto ilL Mrs K n Wallace la Buffering with tonalllltia Frank Coylo was la Ix ulavlllo lost week on business Tho llttlo son ot Dud llosklns was very sick last week Laura Soper Is out again after a abort bpell of sickness buss Sarah Stewart who was very 111 last weok Is some totter- S Mr Will Todd and family spent Sunday with J 1L Oabbard Mr and Mrs A W Stewart of Paint Lick visited hero lost week Leonard Spence returned last Saturday from a visit In tho mountains Herbert tho llttlo son ot Mr and Ira Gilbert Wyatt has been very 111 Ucrtlo Robinson spent Saturday and Sunday with homo folks In Rock castle county Tho Misses Freeman were tho guests ot their cousin Miss Edith Early last Several persons were baptized at the Ilaptlit church last Sunday after noon by Rov 11 U Brandenburg S F Lucas Is off on a trip thru eastern Kentucky In tho Interest of tho UyanHainpton Tobacco Co Miss Nettle Oldbam has been tho pleasant guest ot Mr and Mrs Bert Coddlngtou for tho past week Messrs Howard and IJurltt Fee ot Clarksburg lad wcro tho guests of Mr J Burdelte and family from Saturday until Wednesday Messrs Will Black and J W Rut pert have gone Into tho poultry bus i Incas They will conduct their bus iness at Mr Ruperts storo on Main street Tho reception hold at Dr Davlsn lost Friday evening for tho near pastor ot tho Baptist church was well I attended and everybody had a gooa timeMr Todd Moore son of Mr and William Mooro Is very Ill Miss tho well known nurse la attending r NOTICE further advised all who I 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 wholmye over of dental work done In j buying Railroad ticket take i receipt lor money for the round trip fare and the re- M ceiptwill be taken as cash work to be first class in every respect and to give good OnlY Dest class of materials used DR V H HOBSON fete Nr 2 Rlckreadt Ky RICHMOND GREENHOUSES fuone No UK PHONE ALBERT wThe Porter Drug Co PHONE BEREA 000000000000000000000000000 Berea and Vicinity SOURCESooooooeoooooooooooo DR BEST DENTIST weekt 0Mrs hi- mSPECIAL ITill worthw 1AU guaranteed satisfaction DENTIST Taros Grocery Call 98Combs All goods delivered 98 Mrs Cartracll and her baby are both having tho measles aa are Prof Lcwlsu children- It is now Generally admitted that tho robins aro back all right Wonder who will ceo tho first mosquito There is a movement among pub lic spirited citizens to get tho roads In this town Improved by private subscription It necessary but to got them Improved any way That is tho right way to begin town Im provement No town can make much progress over the roads wo have here They are all right In summer but wo have to live with them all the year The Rov J D Redd ot London was In town two days early this week engaging students to work fbr a publldhlug concern next summer Mrs Elizabeth Kmbrco Rogers whom Borca delights to honor la in town again and will stay till nearly Easter Sho Vlll spend tho rest of thla week at tho Ladles Hall and will then KO to Prof and Mm Dodgos She Is anxious to sea all ot her friend which means almost every one In town and will bo glad to have them call on her Tho directors of tho Berea Hair Association met last Saturday and decided to hold tho Fair this year on Aug C78 A committee was ap pointed to put tho grounds and track In toad condition Tho directors have also voted to rent tho grounds to a colored fair association which Is being organized for a fair somo time In September Pros and Mrs William O Frost are expected home about next Tues day a day or two earlier than they had planned at first They will leave New York Saturday and spend Sunday and Monday with their son Wesley In Washington coming hero from there Dr Thomson who has been in the north for ten days will return homo Saturday noon A flea lecture on tho prevention of tuberculosis or consumption was given hero yesterday by Prof Rout zahn director of tho Tuberculosis Exhibition which has recently closed In LexingtonC has rented tho build Ing where Tho Citizen had Its of flee past year under Hanson Hall and will open a high grade furni turo and undertaking business thero In about three weeks Ho hllJ bought out Hansons undertaking bustnojs Tho Citizen wishes him tho boat of success Mrs Maud house died last Thur day at her homo oil DIg Hill pike Mrs Houso hall been a sufferer from consumption for quite a while Sho leaves three small children and a husband who have the greatest sym pathy of all Her funeral was preach ed at tho Baptist church Friday nN ternoon and liar remains were in terred In tho Berea cemetery Her baby born two weeks ago died Tues day Mil CITIZEN I cannot como to look over that proof of my tuld this week Too busy Sold 00000 worth of Metal Roofing during the last 4 days Property owners are finding out that when they settle tWYooflng question with me it Is settled right HENRY 1EN QFELLNER- Tlnnbr Heron Ky P 8 I want those articles under the general head of Buck and P to be more information on tho roofing business than merely adds so it will pay property owners to read thorn carefully HENRY LENOFELLNER Ii t At the meeting of the Priscilla Club with Mrs J W Stephens last week the members enjoyed one of tho best programs of tho season Ills tories were read of some of the fa mous laces Including point do Ven Iso point dAlencon point a 1ataulllo Valenciennes and Chantllly The papers told of the work of tho poor lace makers with tired eyes and weary finsera and tho wearing of tho beautiful things by tho nobility Tho members exhibited somo very handsome hand made laces Mrs Cor nollua a collar of point do Venlso most beautiful Mro Dower a piece of old eyelet and French embroid ery of exquisite finish and Mrs HernAon some modern point lace end drawn work which was greatly appreciated Refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs George Bhockley was the guest Tho club tnceta next time with Mrs W II PorterMiss Roblnsoa gave a lecture Tuesday night at the Chapel on Lon don Illustrating her delightful talk with ttorcoptlcan slldca most ot which were made by Mr Ogg The lecture was well attended and was greatly enjoyed There is a good deal of sickness in town just now following tho bad weather Few people are seriously Ill but tho doctors are kept busy giving pills and pain killers Mr L L Shadoln is improving after his attack of mumps but is still unablo to leave the hospital Mr Howard L Gamble who has beenIn the hospital with pneumonia Is also bettor A tine boy was born to Mr and Mrs Jesse Ncoley Saturday Mr and Mrs M A Logsdon are being congratulated on the arrival ot- a boy and girl at their homo don day Mother and children are doing wellSam Cawood of Owsley and Ben Robinson ot Laurel both former students of Bcrca who are now In a medical school at Louisville have been In town during tho last week Mrs Dinsmore went to Louisville last Tuesday to make an address be fore tho State Federation of Wo mens Clubs which Is meeting there She spoke Wednesdry afternoon on tho subject of the mountain women add the fireside Industries and took with her a few samples of the beau tiful work done by tho women In and around Berea Sho Is expected back Thursday noon The Conversation Club will met this week with Dr and Mrs S 11 Baker Tho big college bell in tho Chapel which was bought only a couple ot years ago was cracked Tuesday night Until a now bell can be bought or this one recast tho whistle at tho College power house will sound the hours as tho bell did Age of Artificiality Paper bricks are used In Berlin for paving many telegraph poles are now made pf rolled sheets ot paper paper eoliths are used In some places Somo straw hats Into which enters not an atom of straw consist of narrow pa per strips dyed yellow artificial sponges can be made of paper pulp I TO BREAK INTO SOCIETY One Mutt Be Able to Contribute to the General Gayety Somo ono has said that to get into London society you must feed people amuse people or shock people In New York according to Good housekeeping you must at least attract their attention Having once attracted their atten tion you must mako it evident if you are an outsider that you havo some thing to bring Beauty it it is crone aplcuoua enough brains It they aro coined Into the small change of so cial intercourse money If you know how to use It It is not enough to bo well born well bred well off well dressed wel educated Not a block of the rest dential parts of New York but is filled with people who aro all ot those There Is another requirement In order to bo desirable socially namely to havo something to contribute to tho general gaydty Men have grasped this fact In business A man does not go and ask another for a fob on tho ground that there Is noth ing against him But women seem to feel that an absence of any dla qualification should sot them In so ciety at once RHCOWLEYMD BpecInIIprepared to treat dlaa ss of the Eye Nose Ear ad Throat IndtutrUl Dulldlog sere Kjr hours 3 to 4 pm Rltaa 1t I NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint rage DANK RESUMES BUSINESS Tho KincUerbocker Trust Company of New York tho failure of which start ed the panic has resumed business another sign of tho returning of prow verity SENATOR PROCTOR DEAD Sen ator Proctor of Vermont who had long been prominent In national at fairs and was a leader In his state died In Washington from grlppo last Thursday SHERIFF STANDS OFF MOB Tho sheriff of Clarksburg W V and his deputies showed nerve In the face of a mob that wanted to lynch a negro accused of murder by stand Ing them off with rifles So often sheriffs fall In their duty in cases of that kind that an action like this Is most pleasing RECOUNT IN NEW YORK Aftqr two years of fighting In tbo courts there Is a chance that wo may find out at last who ought to bo may or of New York McClollan Is In tho chair Hearst has for two years and more charged that there was so much fraud In the election that McClellan ought to bo thrown out and Hearst seated Tha case has been fought thru all the courts and only last week was it decided that the bal lot bbxes could be opened THAWS TO PART Mrs Harry Thaw has tiled a suit In Now York for tho annulment of her marriage to Thaw It is said she will go cn the stage LAST OF OUSTERS MENThos- J Gallon the only white man that escaped tho Massacre ot Custers men on tho Little Big Horn died last Fri day at his homo in Yonkors He was sent out by Custer with a mes sage for help and won a medal from Congress by his bravery HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Hamilton 0 March 9 Preston Cole has been confined to his bed for several days having underwent an operation Tho two year old girl ot Ilenrr Wilder died last week of spinal meningitis and before It was burled his wife gave birth to another baby Mr Wlldijra circumstances demand cd assistance so some of tho sympa thizing people and friends of Ham ton came forward and contributed to his nldVha the little daughter ot Mr and Mrs Grig Maupin is suf fering from chickenpox or smallpox as some of the Hamilton doctors would term ItTho C E Societies of seven Hamilton churches havQ formed a union and George Roberta a former Dcrea College graduate who Is pow married and resides here was elected treasurerMr and Mrs T J Flanery ot Berea Ky visited relatives her and at Cincinnati last week They were accompanied from Cincinnati to Hamilton by Mr and Mrs E E Flanery who camo with them to visit Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbardr The Great Miami River reached a stage of over 15 root ot water Saturday morning as a result of tho heavy rains In the vicinity of Plqua and Springfield O This put tho river out over tho low places In Pecks addition No other particular damage was reported doneMr and Mrs P M Reynolds entertained Mr and Mrs T J Flanery and Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard Thursday of last week for dinner Tho burning ot tha Colllnwood schoolhouse and 174 children In Cleveland Ohio last week Is causing other cities to dp tomo Inspecting Deputy State Build ing Inspector C D Baker and Fire Chief Dowty ot Hamilton made an Inspection ot a number ot buildings In Hamilton It was found that the public school buildings are adequately proteted and have sufficient fire es capes Additional fire escapes were ordered for the Frechling Building at Second and Hlijb streeta and tho Odd Fellows Temple OLD CLOTHES HAVE CHARMS Comfort Not the Only Thing That Endears Them to Wearers Many men have a weakness fQr their old suits And truly about somo clothes there is an Indescribable Itsymiathywhlch Ihavoan old suit said a gen tleman who is a sentimentalist on this point that whatever moollImay bo In always makes me feel happy and prosperous when I put It on It la like a part of myself It is too old and shabby to wear out of doors except In winter when I conceal it with a long overcoat I cant explain my affection for It The fact that it is tho most entirely comfortable of all my clothes ia only part of the reason I know many other men who have their favorite suits of old clothes They are always old suits and that suggests the pomp garments may In time absorb some subtle magnetic quality from their wearers some thing that renders them specially congenial 1 Sale Going on Now I will continue this Sale un til I close out a large stock of Shoes Clothing Dry Goods Mens and Boys Hats and Best Groceries Come at once Dont miss the Bargains 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The date after name en label shows to what date your oubacrtplloo b paid If it lanot changed within three weeks titer renewal aotlfy us- Missing number will be gladly aupplled lfwe- are notified Floe Premium given for new mibtcrlpllom and prompt renewal Send for Premium JUI Literal term given to any who obtain new vbicrlptlon lot us Any one cndluc us four subcriptiowanredereTheCtUzeulrnlot AdrerUtlng rate on application IIUUItR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The Japanese have all they can do to look after their lives at homo in a time of profound peace They aro getting automobiles by tho cargo Argentine farmers Just now aro busy hauling a big wheat crop to market Automobile drummers should pack their grips for South America A French Inventor now claims to bo able to send photographs by wire e less telegraphy What would a sud den wind storm do to Gov Hughes t whlskersT About the nearest thing wo remem her to living music heretofore has been the crying of a baby at 2 a m- ss tho patient father walked tho chilly floor Really Count Bom isa man of spirit Ho will make faces at the prince or do something equally dread ful if the latter dares to marry his former wife A moving plcthro machine exploded In Canton and 300 Chinese lost theirI lives In the resulting panic Civiliza tion Is dangerous unless one knows how to hando it If Prince Hello do Sagan proves as + costly a piece of brie a brac as did his cousin tho count it will keep tho Western Union and the Wnbash humping to run the show The Chinese Imperial telegraphs had 1netearnings during 1906 of 645537 on a working capital of 1232000 Evl dently the Standard Oil Company Isnt I rtheonly thing on earth after all Sixteen soldiers in Spain were are rested as plotters against Alfonso because they visited a newspaper office They will get off scot free of course if they declare they called to whir i the editor Oceangoing ships soon will be fit ted with all the comforts of home About the only thing that will hi i missed Is tho village feud and maybe steamship proprietors will bo drag King that in next A Newark man was fined 20 tot laughing at a policeman In most cities the majesty of tho law consid ers Itself sufficiently vindicated when It has beaten the mirthful one over the head with a club 1i There Is In Berlin an artist who is going to marry a widow with 5000 000 This Is excellent Now let some delightful heiress add to the gayety by bestowing her hand and fortune upon some struggling poet A California architect predicts that we shall soon have 100story buildings If his prediction is verified it will bo necessary for our fellow citizen to build come pretty tall stacks If they expect to keep us choking with smoke Science has harnessed the potato bug as it were and Is making it do stunts in the interests of humanity That is grand sweet revenge for all the ml srablf1hou it has brought to boys who had to bug taters when the fishing in the branch was fine J Defocttnpeech such as stAmmer- Ing are so prevalent In Germany that tho government Is said to have lustl tuted a campaign against then by on Ublishlng a special department In the medical pollege of the University of Berlin both for the euro of such im pediments and for educating doctors tow to treat them Perhaps the sug 4geetlon is unkind says the Baltimore but would not the trouble be more readily disposed of by going to the root of the matter and adopting a new language one easier to get the r tongue around t y Boesungs mUlita packsand other uncommon remedies for rheumatism will have to take second place in the matter of oddity to a euro discovered in Australia A stranded on t the beach at a health resort had been cut open and a freakish invalid plunged into the mass of blubber re mained there two hours and found t felmsolf tree from rheumatism whim lie crawled out The Incident stems to be vOlic edforand although the prescription Is more novel than entic ing probably many sufferers would Mkfl tocatcb awlwtenpd try It i The Good Job to Get It and It By JAMES J HILL President Great Northern Railroad I It is one thing to get a position it is nnoilici thing to keep it Wetting a position requires tact anti keeping a position is nn art Getting positions is by u largt number of men and women but the number of those who can keep positions is but small When one starts to look for a position he must possess the qualities of cleanliness clearness anti per spienity So much depends upon the first imprts ion Lax methods unkempt hair soiled lingers n nevktie awry and confused speech are some of the faults that destroy ltio chances of an Having secured your position how shall you keep it First and always by being and strictly honest for honor and character are mans greatest They stimulate energy and promote ron fidence Who ran deny the great power of energy and confidence After an finds out ho lies an energetic clerk in whom he can plaro absolute confidence that clerks future is a very When luncheon or closing time is dont begin to prepare for leaving 20 minutes 1 know a young man who stopped work at 1140 a m andat 510 p m in order to have I plenty of time to wash up arrange his cults and tic and brush his hair so that he could leave at 12 oclock for luncheon and at 530 p in when tho store closed It was sumo years ago That man is still looking for a good job He has had moro than a dozen lie knew how to get them but ho never acquired the art of keeping them Dont be afraid of trying to do more than is expected of you This has been the cause of many n mans failure The who gives up u theater party or an evening social in order to try and complete n bal lace sheet does not escape his notice Always remember that next to honor the quality that counts the most i S While many will tell you that is n gift just as surely as is the art of music lot mo assure you that nothing else can bo acquired as easily as if one tins the mind trod the to acquire it Always keep your promises Your will never ask you to do more than is possible Uomombcr that an unfulfilled promise is as bad us a untruth Live within your means Never let a month pass that you do not put in tho bank Dress neatly and plainly for an marks a man as a fool who apparels himself with and glaring colors Never try to win the favor of your em ployer by your Slander always sticks Ito solve and act quickly Ifcmcmber it is better to be alone than in bad company that you can not give your employer or yourself full value if you try to work after a night of j that silence like cleanli ness is akin to that a clear conscience gives sound sleep and good digestion and clothes one in an coat of mail Lust but not least remember that out of business hours your home deserves the most of your attention rime employer feels an immediate confidence in a mqn or woman whose home is free from en mity contempt wrath strife envy and Keep in your home and you will create strength and eiliciency for your work ns Healing Forces Nature By UADTN BROWN U L C P Edlaburf r1 S M Railroad Magnate Tells How Keep forcefulness perspicuity accomplished applicant absolutely promoters employer promisingone approaching beforehand regularly promptly bookkeeper employers jxirsonality personality composing personality inclination employer downright something employer extravagance slandering fellowworkers dissipation godliness impregnable extravagance opposition happiness oft The healing forces of nature are ever ready to help us provided we permit them Where nature fails art steps inj and the greater the thinking and calculating and judging wwers of the artificer the greater and more efficacious will be the art Even when doctors differ who are the schooled scientists and specialists all the time mak ing a particular study of the art of healing and alleviating sufferingwe often observe nature to run away with the palm dtimon strating herself to be the greatest physician of nil nut the forces of nature only operate I to a certain extent They will stop if offended or severely attacked by experimental artificers If we apply antiseptics which are too strong we shall hinder instead inf help On the other haul if we find that the asep ticity of nature might be augmented bysafe and mild means we wisely and carefully step in accordingly The mouth and nose for instance have natural protective jirovisions against the harmful intrusion of injurious and minute airborne particles in the delicate mucous membranes und secretions thereof but occasionally these fail and gargles and month washes are resorted to Nature prevent as often as cures Not only docs the IIIUCOUB mem brane of the mouth and nose and its moisture serve to catch minute par ticles that have settled upon it during breathing it will convey them outside again by outward flow An offensive dust will cause sneezing and an increased flow outwards from the nose or it may IK a cough Tim tiny hairs of the nose also help to keep out irritating atoms riot only by their position and arrangement but when touched JiglItly they giaticklingsensation to the nervesof the mucous membrane and Mjeezing results Coughing and sneezing are natures means for keepingout im purities of the air breathed Similarly a congestion of bloodvessels such as is caused by cold lowering the system and allowing microorganisms Io work mischief will reflexjy cause coughing and sneezing both designed to rid the tender parts of the afflicted from harmful intrusion Most disorders of the mouth as well as the pose result in jnqcascd flow of moisture outwards to the end thirst offending microorganising shall be driven out Dry conditions are such as occur in fevers or dis orders of the digestive and intestinal tract They suggest the ingestion ot fluids to make up for the moisture of the body passing away through the skin time pure passing in and the deleterious departing from the body One must bear in mind that the nose and mouth are halfshare part ners in the business of providing safe and comfortable passage for air Breathing by tho mouth cannot be avoided when tho nose is completely stopped up nor can constant breathing be maintained when the nose a even partially stopped up The nostrils must be sufficiently free for a cer tain volume of air to pass through There are many who have a small passage through each nostril but who cannot do all their breathing for many seconds at a time through the nose It thus behooves all who study the methods fend provisions of our greatest preserver and healer and who begin at the important question of breathing to make sure that the nose k able to perform its breathing function just u well SB the month s- e SENATOR PROCTOR IS DEAD VERMONT LEGISLATOR PASSES AWAY AT WASHINGTON Both Houses of Congress Adjourn as Mark of Respect May Be Suc ceeded by Son A Washington United States Sona tor Hed field Proctor of Vermont died late Wednesday afternoon after an Ill ness of one week Ills ailment was diagnosed as the grippe which de veloped Into pleurisy with pneumonic complications affecting the heart He was 76 years old Gov Fletcher D Proctor of Vermont was among those at the bedside when Redfield Proctor death came to tla lather Besides the governor the senator loft his wife another son Hedflcld Proctor Jr and a daughter Miss Emily D Proctor After appointing a committee to es cort the body of tho lato Senator Pros tor to Vermont and adopting a resolution of regret for his death the senate Thursday as a further mark of respect adjourned for the day af ter a session of seven minutes Tho committee appointed consists of Sen ators Dllllngham Daniel OittllnEcr Perkins Tallafcro Overman and Hum enway Notice of the death was officially eonveyed Ito the house by ono of the clerks of the senate Resolutions ot regret were unanimously adopted and the speaker announced the followings committee to represent tho house at tho funeral Messrs Foster and lint klns Vermont Parker New Jersey Llttlcnold Maine Lamb Virginia and Slayden Texas As a further mark of respect tho house at 1232 p m adjournedSenator Proctor was born In Pros torsvllle Vt Juno 1 1831 Ho was graduated from Dartmouth college and the Albany Law school lie became a colonel In tho civil ear After the WAr he entered the marblo business and controlled the largest marblo In terests in the world He recently acquired the celebrated Carrara marble quarries pf Italy at a cost of 10000 000 Ho was governor of Vermont from 1878 to 1880 and secretary of war under President Harrison Qov Proctor is mentioned Is a prob able successor Proctor Vtfho funeral of the late Senator Itedfleld Proctor was hold in the Proctor Union church here Friday Immediately alter the arrival of the two special trains that brought the funeral party from Washington KiNG LEOPOLD GIVES UP Consideration for Surrendering Domain Is 21000000 Brussels The text of the new Congo annexation treaty was submit ted to parliament Thursday by Pre mier Schollaert and on his motion was sent to committee without debate According to the terms of tho new treaty King Leopold agrees to aban don the crown domain and the crown foundation to Belgium Belgium on Its part shall not only assume all the Congo obligations amounting to 321 000000 but undertake also to con tlauo the kings part in the Congo revenues during his lifetime Belgium is specifically required to respect the concessions granted to two American companies In 1906 In which Thomas F Ryan Ih interested Millions Involved In Action Portland MeThe American Trust company of Boston trustees under the mortgage of the Consolidated Steam Lines of Maine and the Metro polltan Steamship company filed bills In equity Wednesday In the United States circuit court for foreclosure of tho respective mortgages Time Consolidated Jlnes of Maine is involved to the extent of 160000000 and tbo Metropolitan company 12500000 Receiver for Company Laporte InilJudgeQ Richter la Laporte circuit court on application of stockholders representing 2000 shares of the stock of time Chicago York Electric Air Line company Wednesday evening appointed George F Mull of Indianapolis recelv er lor the company for the CoOpera live Construction company and for the Goshen South Bend AChlcagg Hallway company Musician a Suicide Waterbury Conn Monettl alont rezza a wellknown local musician and his young son William died Friday aa a result of taking carbolic acid and a elx year old daughter was found I nearly dead from the same cause I Twenty Die In Gale LondonA violent gale swept the coasts of the British Isles Friday Whore hayefceen numerous wrecks ot small craft Most of them wore on the east coast of Ireland Altogether I about 20 lives Lave been lost I l P JBlIr4M eA SHADOW THEATER Delightful Entertainment Which You Can Provide for Friends It Is not difficult to prepare the nec essary nttltiRS for tho shadow theater The Shadow TheaterI To begin with the stage Either the folding doors between two rooms would be suitable or n threeleaf screen with tho upper half of tho mid tile cut away and placed in n doorway or falling this In tho room itself to arranged ns to hide the stage mnn ager and reciter from tho audience A Figure 1 transparent tracing cloth or muslin dipped In water and well wrung out must be strained across the opening A drop or gliding curtain must bo ar ranged over tho stage which must bo I to admit of the operator standing or sitting at the back below A very narrow ledge runs along the Figure 2 Inside to rest tho figures on so that they nearly touch the transparent sheet They are held In the hand by a p ece of cardboard or wool glued to I the back race pig IJ If a screen Is shalllowcloth stretched so us to leave room for tbo drpp curtain ia front Tile Figures 4 and 5 box should then be suspended by ropes from Its four corners and fastened to walls and floor curtains being thrown our the ropes to hide the operators A shadow stage U usually abdut brie yard and a quarter wide and duo yard high A piano Is placed In the front of the scene where the performer with back to the audience takes the place of nn orchestra The figures can be first drawn then pasted on to card board and cut with scissors or knife Hut those wishing to go to work seriously and nave a stock company of lasting clonn edged shadows should cut them In zinc as decorators do their stencils If they are to move they must bs Jointed as In Fig IV which shows how a Gibson girl can be J 5 P rf made to trill and sway rhythmically across the stage alter tho manner of her kind The limbs nro cut off and apiece of cnrdbonrd being nddod tbey = i ore replac n1 with wire and manipulat ed by menus of cotton or string kept In place by little wire hoops thus pro 0 venting the string projecting and bo coming visible to the audience Tho cardboard clowns sold In toyshop which dance and gesticulate when a string Is pulled would bo of great help In understanding tho mechanism ot our little shallow figures The arrows pointing to tho forearm of Fig IV Indicate that tho arm him t been Jointed hero but replaced by n knot of elastic which gives a life like springy motion without requir lag to bo manipulated with string A pretty Dutch scene could be reconstructed by taking n similar tub Ject M Fig II Tho Mill Fig ltd could be fastened to tho side ot tin stage as shown in diagram to reprfr sent the middle distance The salts if fastened on according to diagram have only to bo touched to bo set In motion Subjects similar to Fig I representing tho fairy tale of tho Irln cess of time Geese will suggest tuwn selves readily to those who are fond of telling fairy tales to children A THRILLING t The Escape Pursuit and Lassoing or a Tiger In Tennessee- A tiger In Tennessee may be set down AM a decided novelty and Urn account of Its capture makes nn in toasting story AOne day a circus cnmo to Knoxvlll and on tho eve of departure the clrciir wagons wore being loaded on the care A switch engine was shoving Mine oars about when one of them bocnms derailed colliding violently with two eagc wagons and the cage containing three tigers WAS badly damaged The woodwork was crushed In leaving H hole of sufficient silo for tbo tigers to get out One of the animals leaped from tho cage on to the flat car and homUIrtto the ground Tho two rwnainlnK ones were about to follow suit when tho trainer And several other employee of tho circus rushed up to the oftgo ofandthe tigers was at large and as MOil aa tho fact boonmo generally known a stampede of tho people In the vlalHltr occurred while the circus moo ruiliod to Inform the managertl- lrePArations for the capture of the tiger WIWO made Ouo of the Teas cowboys nnd tho one most purfeel In handling a lasso was detailed to umkn the attempt Tho man handling the tiger was also Instructed to assist In tho dangerous duty and tho pair wont to work l They located the tiger About a stones throw from tho cage In which ho had been confined Tim huge brwlu was crouched under a box car be tween tho mils ling oyes shoe t brightly and looked to his captors as largo aa two full moons A large dry Roods box was procure A hole bored In tho bottom And the box placed on its side convenient In the animal One end of the lasso WAS shoved through tho holo And the Texan throw tho rope His Judgment was perfect and the lariat dropped over the neck and left foreleg of the tiger to a nicety Then tho work of landing the animal In the box began Ho was pulled up to it slowly unit although ho resisted considerably was at last safely lodged In tbo box but not until ho had torn off one glove worn by the cowboy and lacerated his hand badly Tine box was then nailed up and the tiger hauled away growl trig spitefully How to Get Poor Quick Do not try to save your loose change It is too small an Amount to put In the savings bank It amount to much anyway and thlltoIIs great comfort in spending it Just I watt until you get sulHclonl worlb whllo before you deposit It IX not try to ccotomlxc It U an In cruel liiiUanco to always try to save a few tents hero and there Beside you will get the reputation of being 0 mean and stingy You want everybody to think you are generous iJust look out for today Have a good time an you go along Just use your money yourself Dont deprive yourself for tho sake of laying up something for other people to fight over Iletldcs you are sure of today You might not be alive tomor row Success Magazine 44 Magic Glass liars is something that the boys 1 and girls may arauso themselves with Take on ordinary pane bt glass or a hand mirror that lisa nolbeou polished Just beforehand and obi It with your finger trace the outline of a face or a name or a drawing of any kind The glass will look as It U had yourbreath at once become visible For another experiment polish tbe surface of the glass and lay on it a coin of ioinfttokli d Remove the coin after A lit tie while and the gloss will not show any mark on It but if you blow your 1 A breath ou ItUao Image of the coin if will appear All this Is duo to the depOKlt of gases and fine drnt particles on the surface of Any glass that is u i posed to the air for A little whlK i Whereabouts of the Cats Tall Little Dot was drawing n picture to with pen and Ink on her paper rJU hates the 1hlladelphln Record It iturned out to bo a cat without a taU atWhere Is tho taln aakod the ti mothers 1 f1a JJUliWf t hf- k J Twas tho days of the hedge school Multarky wus then At the sldu of the ditch the most dreaded of men Sure tho flight of the bird or the v peed of the hare To watch for a moment theres no one I would dnro An when circles and squares1 on tho dirt ho would trace Twa nmazln tho larnln that showed f tllCOf that revolved la his town ould head Were deep and tremendous himself often geld- S lUitlglon of coone was a thame ho well know Not your nowfancied notions but stutt that wan true WId thAt ho taught love for tho sacred ould sod Thus plnstahtstied Now the seventeenth of March reek oned then by old style The Jewel of days In tho darling ould V bl- eu npproachln ano the good mas An Oil at Their Will All the Colleen e an Dyes thor once more trove It taste to tho byes ar his Uganda nn lore Patrick banished the snnkoi and tho sin net you know To n place whore I hope there will none of UB RO Thats the lagcnd accepted but I have It right A tale that bates that out o mind out u sight At Tarn he preached to the king and the chiefs Ills Dccalpugut Catalogues Psalms jmd beliefs Tbtirthat oure nettln the minds of me Klrbolgs astray How can one bo In three and be one 111110r unKwor In prose or V In rhyme Thats nUy says Patrick this dear little plant Praise Ood twill be famous tho Oceans beyanO Has a stalk all In one but divides Into 4 three Vft the shamrock Is one three in one k dont you seat liodad says the king that bangs llanaghur sure Npi byes do tho DruIIJe now havo the flurc Dut tho aorta a word could those clarjrymln find So from then his respect for the f f Druids declined f Now Patrick mo byes you need x scarcely be Could Woe funny an tricky though holy an fA v57 bould l i86now of the Druid hed got the baud Bethoucht blm of blessings bod show er on too land j V vTo the king then says he For tho Ji favors youre shown IM put oer a back and now legs to Htr yourthrim Not manta the lasto disrespect but 0 y you see Thepreacllers dont speak such plain wet4lu taught mo berdin T i otswlae Wour majestys pardon tho fault was f Ii not mine Iet mo hero Introduce tho boneon an T 1JI go ball Over tho evils of Erin tho pig will prev vail Now the Druids held sarplnts u a jj crud you oo- In England they lamed that betune Aa an mo They would cut up In line sometimes 4j nearly Ansflo i The sods all as 6no aia oarplnto pro II J When this had been done sorra one Bunt complain Though the land were his own and his fathers domain It was sacred und then for the sake ot his sow lie muni part wId It barrfn a sigh or a growl Then the snakes represf ntcd were holy likewise An bit at their will all the colleens an byesl Well the pigs wont to rootln bedad- It was fun To watch tho ould Druld whoa their ruin begun Wid faces of fury and hearts full of hate They would curse tho dear pigs Im ashamed to rotate They Invoked nil tho planets and tar- a they knew The fixed Blurs and comets the sun and moon too Xoxt the wraiths that Inhabit the winds and the Hoods Then thoy danced holy jigs In the cnritkHt of dude nut the pigs took no notice but ate all the more And the Druids saw Fate was now hard by tho door Then thoy prayed to the giants that ravaged tho Isle When ten foot of spine was the height of tho style There was ono who from Mona ott waded to Wnlus And one who In catighln produced the wild gales Another in port tried to brldgo the broad say The Causeway In Ulster bears witness today Then the ono who at Powerscourt drank up tho tall An the ono who complained Devils howl wn too iimall The priests cursed tho pigs loud and long but no matter On lie snakes end tholr eggs they grew fatter and fatter Oh thoao wore great times when the factions forgot What side they were of and what alIJIthey were not The thousand would follow all Jonrin tho whllti Tho Druid who could thom no longer bcgutlo Vhin rlvors thoyd reaah as the Dunn or tho lloyno llnptltpd they limo ranks of believers would join It was Patrick ulanna me turn nt yo plalso WU guyln an Gospel the land was ablaze Such dlppln au plungln baplUI- nconfoiln Such prayln an prcachln such prim pin an dresslnJ It WOK good for their souls and their bodies by token The record for bathing his salatshtp had broken And housanda whod never been lath ored or rubbed Had their skins nn their nowls now moat thoroughly scrubbed For tho saint told them plainly for erthey were shriven That nothing onclanely was wclklm In heaven So the pigs ate the snakes and rooted up eggs From the round hill of Howth down to Rally kit bogs That Aly Say Patrick This Dear Little Plant From the Gap of Dunhxt to the Glen o the Downs And Siieb na mon grandly Klllarneyi lako crowns There was roollti an preachln in laughter an prayer No wonder for Satan to leave must prepare For Carrln the Saxon and whisky Ill say Saint Patrick has rid us of evil today So now you all know how the makes mot thelr door And the class will Its studies In Qaellc- resuron d sQUARTERLYREVIEW Suds School UIIM for March 22 1908 Special Prepared lor This Paper SCIUPTmU MRMOJIV WOUKAII In John 14 II U II 1C S9 2IG 3J t 1418 415 14 14 a27 35 M7 SJI 16 94 r2OOIUIW TI2XTIn limy was life find the life wag the light of men John 14 CIIUONOtjarOiitllnn of events nt quarleraleaaonePrevious existence with Ooil ai repealed by John 111 Ulrih recorded by Matthew and Luk Youth at Nazareth Visit to Jerusalem at the age nt 11 Continued service In carpenter hop at Nazareth up to A n S6 when ha loft Loin to take up his public work John tho IMptUf mlnUtry Jesus Impllim Jesus temptation First year ot beginnings Including Flat DUciphw Flat Mlrncke Flat Itcform Cltanilnc of the Temple 1lnt DUoouri- rIlmt Tour Uoconil Ycar A Year of Development Including Hpocha of Training Disciples Development of Concerted Opposition Inruble Ml melon Illustrating the Ootpvl Third Year of Mlnlitry In Galilee end Ira Including HaplUt1Vrdlnif Viali to Iteglon of Tyre und fililon- Kriut of Tnlx rnarl 0- llllnd Mini Healed Comment and Suggestive Thought The places where Jesus taught and worked the miracles recorded In theso lessons should be pointed out on tho map by every scholar together with what occurred In each place and as nearly as possible tho order of time Also the mutes of travel The three great divisions of Pal estine The banks of time Jordan Cana Naz areth Jerusalem Tho Sychar Voll Capernaum pool 3f Bethesda lluthshlda Plain of Oonnosnret pool of Slloam JESUS THE LIGHT AND LIFE OF THE WORLD As Shown Dy His Teachings 1 Tho revelation of tho naturo and character of Jesus as the Son of God who and whence 2 Ills mission of grace and truth II ho dwelt among us 3 Time Lamb of God J Ills Fathers house a house of prayer G The marvelous love of God G Salvation Irom sin to eternal life 7 Faith na a means 8 Jotui tho wntor ot life 9 True wonhlp 10 About tho Son of ODd 11 Tho broad of life 13 Communion with God 13 Freedom by the truth H The light of the world Sign and Events Ills coming to this world lily tsptsr by John Pointed out as tho Son of God Gaining lila first disciples Miracle at CAna Cleansing the temple floform Conversation with Nlcodemus Conversation at the well Heals the nobfcmans son Healing at tho fool of Hothosda Feeding the five thousand Healing a man born blind A Scripture Biography Once whllo 1 lived In limo City ot Destruction which Uunyan describes there camo to me John 1426 who troubled me greatly because lie 1C 411 At first 111 10 because I 209 Then coma voices saying 1127 12 15 IGi 1717 Then I Jollied the noblo hard described In Acts 1711 Hero I saw n vision of 142 and Bow 21 and found there not only Bev 2214- but John 1427 and 1511 and 1512 and 1515 And my soul longed for theso things Then I said Where Is the path And a voice answered 14 6 nnd t said Who shall guide me And tho voice said lfin TJan I said I nm not fit to go there Und the voice said 32 and 35 and 153 And I said Who do they do there And the voice said 13 H 15 1415 1512 1716 21 And I said Lord how shall I do these things Ami the voice replied 164 7 Then time voice naked me 21IG f cl and I replied 2028 and 2116 m c Source of Life In Ialeotolc times then It was tho earth Itself not the sun to which plant and animal primarily stood beholden for existence This gives us a most Instructive glimpse Into one planciologlc process To the planels own Internal heat In due this chief fostering of tho beginnings of life upon lip rraeflThua planet fII capable otat least beginning to develop or gtuiUms without more than ii modicum of help from till controllllini We talk of the sun as the source or life mid so it Is today ln the sense of being its sustainer but the real source Gas the earth Itself which also raised It through its babyhood From Prof Lowell The Evolution of UfeIuCentury Observant Stanley need four IK one of a largo fatally Besides numerous ulxtcrs and brothers there are aunts and uncles galore and many cousins The only very young people however are thug In his Immediate household At Thanksgiving dinner Stanley gazed solemnly around the table n while and then announced otncu larly My mother and the cat seem to be the only people In this wholefam hlJdluIHarpcr ti Practical Fashions GIRLS ONEPIECE DRESS Paris PatternNo 252 All Scams Allowed There hug never been a more becoming styo for tho growing girl than tho onepiece box plaited model nnd this Is so simple in con struction that It will bo welcomed with delight by the home dressmaker Do velopcd In dark red English dclalno with the square neck flowing sleeves and lower edge of the skirt trimmed with black velvot ribbon it Is pretty enough for any occasion Thin gulmpo Is of white batiste trimmed with nar row Inserllon of Valenciennes taco Tho pattern Is In four sizes six to twelve years For a girl of eight years tho dress requires 3y yards of material 27 Inches wide 2 yards 30 Inches wide or 2V4 yards 42 inches wide as Illustrated One and ono eighth yard of velvet ribbon 1V4 Inches wide for belt and 44 yards of ribbon one Inch wide to trim the gulmpo needs 234 yards 18 Inches wide or 114 yard 3C Inches wide with 5 yards of insertion and 1 yard of edging to trimITo procure this pattern ncml 10 cents to Pattern Editor office of this paper VrltO name end ad lrex plainly and be cure to glue adze and number of pattern LADIES TUCKED SHIRT WAIST Paris Pattern No 2051 All Seams Allowed This simple shirt waist model wfih Its two broad tucks turn- Ing toward the shoulder is suitable for taffetas as well as for cashmere albatross French flannel and any of the heavy linens or madras would look equally well made In this style In gray nnd black striped taffetas silk worn with a linen collar and a broad tic of black satin It would bo suitable for every day and best wear The pattern Is in eight sizes32 to 4G Inches bust measure For 3G bust the waist requires 4 y yards of material 20 Inches wide 3 W yards 27 Inches wide 234 yards 36 inches wide or 2Vi yards 42 Inches wide To procure this pattern lend 10 cents to Pattern Editor omce of thli paper Vilte name and addrrfu plainly and Tw aiiie to five lII and number ot pattern Her Hope Every woman hopes that when1 her hair gets gray everybody will be re minded by It that she has such a young looking faces His Rust Failed In order to scare Mrs J Hatchings whose house he had entered a burglar at Pontycymmcr near Cardiff Wales draped himself In a white sheet His ruse however failed as Mrs Hutch lugs recognized the sheet as her own and grappled with tho Intruder She was struck on the head with a small poker which had been worked up for the purposes ota jemmy and was rendered momentarily unconscious The man escaped while she was call log for assistance f 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of ail Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i especial 1 A 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 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for theso least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grado fractions and compound numbers Brlckworl Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who havo largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies in fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 nail 4 year courses with Latin Gor- man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods rime highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tho profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than hepay In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoplo who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and woman for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from Ibo best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist Iii work of hoarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Eicpt In win ter it is expected that nil will have a chance to earn as much an 35 cents a week Some who need o earn moo may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents li ono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps nnd underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent 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 135 a week lu the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee fur return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returnol when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachersall our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for motet students Is 300 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 000 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho half termy In bailments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first tiny 1675 Including 100 deposit middle oft term G75t SPRING 4 weeks term for these who must leave for farm work kxkSPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers x nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle of term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of u term recelvo hack for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction ot- a week 00 J- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unPc plred fraction of a month and In anycaaca forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the sti1denlto apply the amount advanced for term bills when ho returns provided it Is within fear terms but soaking no allowance for any fraction of 1 month IT PAYS TO WAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In school It pays to fttay as long as possible The tint day ot Spring term 1e March 2C 1908 The flrit day of Fall term Is September 16 1908 meeLoad f i I For In formation or friendly advice write to the Secretary t 4J WILL c GAMBLE tf BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knifefc takes tho eyes of the men and boys who we it The mountain people1k a good thing when they sec it anti to get a 75 cent knife Tvith two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the inouiv tain peoplo than any other dollar paper in thorn worldr 1 The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar Tliat in r ll aljithe time If you have not got it yr onjht to havelI J jlTHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter VIII Talks on the Industries Ur Prof lllneruore 2 Suppose wo take for our next subject TRADES It is n good thing to have a trado whether we follow It thru life or not A wise man said trade path a He that hath a Many of the greatest men- of fortune thecomo from the world have shop the bench or the farm David FrankBenjaminshepherdwas n maker Den Johnson Un was a candle I EUhu Durrltt was bricklayerwas a n blacksmith Grant n tanner Burns- f Jesus was nboyPlow Center The man who has learned I two great es a trade has acquired and skillindustry sentials to success I In choosing pccupatlons Charles He wants selected carpentry Why to be a builder to construct houses and bridges and business blocks It is a noble ambition Solomons greatest achievement was the building of the Temple Julius Caesar constructed a bridge across tho Rhino that j was the wonder of the age a young man nineteen years of age under took the completion of the Drook lyn Drldgo and succeeded What preparation shall Charles need before ha can bo a carpenter That depends on how high his ambition soars If he cares to be only an ordinary i workman employed by some one else and earning two or threo 1dollars a day ho will not need sod education He may put Himself J under a carpenter doing the roughest and heaviest work gradually Increasing In skill until at the end of six or seven years he has attained to I carpenter the height of his ambition he Ja a I Dut If ho wishes to be a master mechanic to take contracts to plan outline and erect groat buildings to see and draw so that others may see all the details before a stroke has been made he will need the education l and discipline that can be most easily and quickly acquired in the schools t ITHE HOME I Cakes I Cornmeal contains more of the heat and energy producing and less of the muscle building materials than does wheat flout Corn bread thus is net so good a food as bread for children but when used rgrowing peas eggs or teen meat I VItis a most excellent food for a farmer I or other working man i Only those who can get freshly ground corn meal unbolted and tooIt CORN DODGERS Tako two cupfuls of cornmeal 1 teaspoonful of salt1 tablespoonful I of lard or butter 1 tablespoonful of milk and boiling water Mix the salt and neat together to dry put tho lard in center and pour on enough boiling water to wet the meal Add the milk and when cool enough form into dodgers by pass- Ing rapidly from palm to palm or drop by spoonfuls upon a hot greased pan Dako in a very hot oven for fifteen minutes One cup corn meal 4 teaspoonfulI salt boiling water enough to scald 1itMix the meal and salt Stir in boil Ing water until the meal Is all r i swollen and the mixture is thick en ough not to spread when put on the griddle Grcaso tho grlddla well drop tho mixture on witha table spoon and then pat tho cakes until about onethird of an inch thick Cook them slowly and when browned 1 put a little lard or bacon fxyings on tho tops of each cake and turn them h brownd ed serve DUTTER MILK CORN DREAD One cup corn meal cup buttermilk t ft teaspoonful of soda a tea spoonful of salt Sift the meal soda and salt together ti GARDENFi gardenJrhe tester mortage grows Itnot save the expense of buy 1 log asparagus plants They aro cast grown from seed fo 1jyDont be in too great a hurry tlf tbo soil while It is too wot or soggy is not good for it i f Every fruit tree you set out makes I As there are agricultural collegesI so are there schools where trades are taught In the open days It a boy wanted to bo a carpenter or a black smith ho was entered as an tice to somo workman who profited by his services while teaching him the trado It was a long nnd tedious I process and usually resulted In an imperfect ono sided training Law and medicine wero studied in tho same way in the office of an attor fey or physician Dut now thero I are schools for all these things law medicine carpentry and even black smlthlng Some still prefer the old was but it is very expensive re quiring moro time and furnishing less skill To enter a course In carpentry about tho same preparation is required as for the courso In farming Tho applicant bo well versed in tho common branches with soma ex tra knowledge In arithmetic Alge bra hnd geometry will also be very helpful In fact tho better his educa tion the more rapidly he will advance and the higher ho will bo able to climb Tho student is taught to sharpen I tools to use them to draw plans and work out and a hundred details that tho apprentice never dreamed of Three yearn under skilled teachos will furnish a better equipment than seven years of tho old way Dlacksmlthing is much the same A man may slice horses sharpen plows and mend tires without much school lag Bat work in iron and steel is becoming more Important and now fills a largo place in mechanlclal Industry Thero la but little chance for excellency or promotion for tho young man who is ignorant Tho trained mind la wanted everywhere while ignorance goes a begging and takes the poorest jots r Corn Breads and wheat HOE CAKE them appren should them add the buttermilk beat well and pour into a hot greased pan and bake a half hour or until done CORN MEAL MUFFINS Two eggs one cup sour milk one cup of corn meal onehalf cup of flour onehalf teaspoonful of soda onehalf teaspoonful of salt ono table spoonful of melted butter Deal the yolks of the eggs slightly add milk and butter Sift the flour meal anti soda and salt together and add to eggs and milk Fold in the beaten whites of the eggs and bake in muffin rings or a shallow pan Until done SOUTHERN SPOON DREAD Two cups of corn meal 1 tablespoonful of lard two teaspoonfuls of salt 3 eggs whites and yolks beat en separately milk enough to make a very soft batter so soft that it will be smooth when still If sweet milk 2s used use two teaspoonfuls of bakingpowder If sour milk is used use a teaspoonful of soda to each cupof milk Sift the meal and baking powder or soda add the salt and lard and moisten with hot but not boiling water Add milk and eggs putting in the whites lost Pour intb a hot greased graniteware or earthen dish and bake until firm like a baked custard It should I Q about two Inches thick when poured in pan und bo baked to a rich brown APPLE JOHNNY CAKES Mix 1 plat of corn meal with a scant cupful of sugar a pinch ct salt and 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder Add sweet milk stirring well until a dough as thick as pan cake batter Is produced Then adl to tho dough three thinly sliced apples elthor cour or sweet and bake in a not very hot oven until apples are done Itcrust seems likely to become too hard cover the cake with paper This makes a nice supper dish your farm worth many dollars more Set out a few this year Every sucker draws something from tho lira of tha tree Leave none to Weaken your orchard Trees received in a frozen or dried out condition should bo buried for a while in the ground to thaw out and molaten In making up and sending the seed order early before tho rush begins ono is sure to receive prompt atten tion and get tho better selection Hope you pruned tho grapevines last month or last November It done now tho vines will bleedbut per haps its better late than never Hardy things such as early pota toes peas beets spinach onions and radishes may bo planted this month as soon as soil conditions permit A boy appreciates tho gift of a garden patch all his own and a few tools and will tako pride In making It a success If ho has ground worth anythingOnly little over halt of tho In jured seeds over grow and the others aro weakly and do not produce Weevlled peas shoulda good crop never be planted Currants and gooseberries are easily propagated from cuttings Cut eightInch lengths ot last seasons wood set them upright a fow in ones apart in rows each cutting hav ing at least one bud above ground cultivate them as you would auy other crop In transferring tomato plants from the cold frame or kitchen window to their permanent place In the garden plant a stock ot head lettuce in tho center of tho space between tho plants Tho young tomato plants will furnish shade for the lettuce and by tho limb tho tomatoes occupy tho space you should have a stock of tender lettuce as large as a head of cabbage for your trouble Farm Journal WITH THE MAGAZINES A TRIBUTE TO SOLOMON Thar never was a boy born into tho world that dont have to have the hickory put to him more than once an the oftener tho better said Mr Dllly Sanders You may think my talk Is harsh but the more I low a boy the moro I wanter to see him come under somo strong an heavy hand bekazo I know Its his only salvation You may look back on all tho youngsters youvo knowd an youll find that we aint got any more wisdom than Solomon cf as much Ho tore the bottom out of the basket in a mighty few words Spar the rod and spile tho child Et hed a never said nothing else them seven words would a mado him tho wisest man tho world aver seed No newspaper paragrapher has ever beat it yit Ef brevitys the sole of whit leather your Uncle Solomon has got it down mighty fine ef ho nlnt you may call mo Mabel an print In tho paper that Ive done gone an eloped wi a college fiddler named Clarence Raymond Joel Chandler Harris in Uncle Remuss Magazine for March SESSION ENDING CUDlld free First tltiREPLIES TO BRADLEY Mr Dradleys attack on the Federal officeholders which he used to bolster up his declaration In favor of Fairbanks baa brought out a number of hot re plies and may make a bad split in tho Republican party and put it in hanger at the next election If the fail ure of the County Unit Dill does rot cause defeat anyway One paper is mean enough to remark that tho Federal office holders some of whom are for Fairbanks by tho way get their offices from the President by recommendation of Republican Con gressmen who were elected byi Ito publican votes while Bradley owes his election to Democratic volts and it says that these offices holders are as likely to know tho sentiment of tho Republicans as Bradley is Also some of the thlpgs Bradley said In his let ter are denied It is pointed out that at the tlme of the defeat of lSn McKinley had only tyegun to make appointments in Kentucky while the rightinItglslature lion and gave the Democrats tho material for their campaign of that fall Also many men feel that the wholesale insult to postmasters revenue agents and other hardworking government servants will havo no good effect Party leaders are hoping that this will not bo followed by a fight such as the one that marked Dradleya admlnstration Whaling In South Atlantic Whaling is a growing Industry in the oath Atlantic centering around the i tiklani Islands Widows Thought toBe Unlucky Widows are said to bo unlucky that is they bring bad luck to other people and there is a superstition that starting out on a journey undertaking somo new business or making other new effort will be attended by bad luck if a widow crosses the path Moral Responsibility Did you get all your money honestly asked the censorious friend- I have no time to worry about that now answered Dustin Stax Im too busy with the moral responsibility of not lotting others get it away from me by dlshouest methods Washington Star AN EXTRA SESSION Tfils May Be the Outcome of Placing i the County Unit Bill on the Shell THERE IS STRONG TALK OF THIS Governor Wlllion Is Slid to Have Pro nounced Vlewi on Failure of Leper lature to Enact Certain of HI Fa vorlte Measures How the Kibosh Was Put on the County Bill Frankfort Ky March toAnd now the county bill IB dead unless an extra session Is called to pass It The bill passed tho house and would havo passed the senate had It ever reached a vote but a parliamentary ruse was Adopted to prevent It ever reaching a vote The few whisky Democrats In tho senate hold the balance of power and they were willing to do any thing to anybody or for anybody to defeat the county unit bill The other Democrats wero told that If they did not help kill the bill tho whisky Dem ocrats would unite with the Republi cans and pass the Republican redls trictlng bills the bills to oust all the Democrats from the offlcei at the pris ons and asylums and the bill author- Izing grand Juries of any county to In ycstlgato penal offenses In any other I county In the state This put the Democrats up against a tough propo sition for most of them wanted vote for tho unit bill They had toI one alternative however to let Republicans have All the offices and the next legislature or put tho unit bill on the shelf They put tho unit bill on the shelf Speaking of the county unit bill there seems to bo much apprehension as to the real meaning of the bill The last Icglsla I tutre passed a county unit bill that applied to evory county In the state except those containing cities of tho first second third and fourth classes these cities being given the right to vote on the local option question sop arately from tho county In which they are situated What Is called the coun ty unit bill this session Is a bill to ex tend tho provisions of the law passed two years ago so that no city shall have the right to vote on the liquor question separately from tho county Tho cities claim that It Is unjust to allow a county to vote away a big sllco of their Income and thereby force them to Increase their tax rate and that It Is taxation without representa tion The county people claim that the saloons In the clUes affect the morals of the county and tho country people ought to havo the right to voto to close up the saloons This Is the bono of contention Thero Is strong talk of an extra session being called by Governor Will eon for tho purpose of having the county unit bill tho redistricting bills and several other bill enacted and Bomo of tho governors close friends say he will call It The governor him self remains silent but the frequency with which ho has urged tho passage of these bills looks very much like ho Is In the frame of mind to order the extra session It was believed that no further schoolbook legislation would be neces sary In Kentucky for many years but the senate has Just passed a bill on tho subject and tho funny part about It Is that no one seems to know just exactly what will be accomplished by it though it Is claimed that the only object Is to give cities and towns more latitude than they now have In the adoption of schoolbooks The bill provides that there shall be no maxi mum price fixed for books as under the existing law but that the price charged by tho book companies for the books shall be no greater than that charged for books of the same quality Bold In other states An amendment wasadoptedprice shall bd fixed for any particular book but tho prices on a series of books shall not be higher than tho following Spellingbooks 1C cents readers 190 arithmetic 1 lan guage lessons 40 cents writing books 32 cents composition 60 cents geog raphy 145 physiology 85 cents United States history 120 history lof Kentucky 60 cents civil govern mont 40 cents grammars 45 cents It Is said hero that Gina Co of Chicago are pushing the bill and that tho American Dook company is fight- Ing It so the bill must be In the In terest of a book company rather than in the Interest of tho schools It do veloped in tho argument In the senate that someone Interested In tho passage of the bill had early In the session forged n letter purporting to bo signed by former State Superintendent Fuqua and mailed a copy to every member of the legislature The spurious letter stated that legislation along the lines provided for In the above bill ought to be passed In the Interest of better schools Senator Linn read a letter from Prof Fuqua who Is now In Tex as saying he never wrote such a letter and never heard of It and that it was a base forgery Strenuous efforts are being made to push the bill through tho house but it will take clever work to pass It Tho natural love of a Kentuckian for thoIllenateknown as the Wilhelml anti poolroom wasI stop to tho betting on horseraces In poolrooms but It Incidentally put a stop to betting on all racetracks In Kentucky Tho senate was willing to stamp out tho poolroom evil but tho abolishment of betting on racetracks meant there would bo no more racing in this stnto so the bill was amended by putting In tho following section This act shall not apply to rnco tracks that are licensed by tho elate racing commission nor to trotting races that ore conducted by a regular ly organized association Senator Jack Chinn mado a speech for tho amendment and said If It was not adopted tho hill would destroy the breeding Industry In Kentucky that was worth many millions of dollars Senator llurnnm spoke along the name lines and said tho men who trained and developed horses must have un In centive and that whenever a prize horse was developed It added to the value of all tho horses In Kentucky that poolrooms wero vile places whore the lower grades of people congregat ed the year round and should be sup pressed while race meetings were at tended by the best people accompan led by their wives and daughters and was n festive holiday occasion that should not bo abolished The bill passel the snnato by a voto of 33 to 4 and if it passes tho house as It Is be lieved It will poolrooms and handbook betting on races will soon be u thing of tho past Tho Crrctlius tobacco bill has pass ed both tho houso and senate and In how in tho hands of Governor Vlllson Jt was thought by somo that because Senator Rurnam who Is a close friend of the governors opposed tho bill so ardently In the senate that probably tho governor will veto It but it Is hardly probable ho will do so Tho bill provides a fine from GO to 21i0 for anyone who sells his tobacco after ho has pledged It or pooled It and the same fine for anyone who knowingly buys pledged or pooled tobacco The friends of the bill claim It will remove the cause for tho night riding and therefore will effectually stop It Son ator Durnam said It was a dangerous thing to penalize the violation of a civil contract and ho believed the bill would not servo any good purpose A companion bill to tho Crccollus mOilS ure has also passed both houses It provides a fine of from 100 to GOO for anyone who sells or transfers property whore the possession Is In one person and the title In another The famous McCbord tobacco bill has passed tho house and Is now wait Ing Its turn In tho senate This bill provides that any person or corpora tion engaged In tho business of pur chasing or manufacturing tobacco In this state shall pay a license tax equal to 10 cents on each 1000 pounds of tobacco bought or manufactured In this state the amount of the license to bo determined by the commissioner of agriculture and provides a One of from 100 to 1000 a day where such business Is conducted without a li cerise It Is claimed that this bill will be defeated In the senate and that If It should pass it will likely be vetoed by the governor- A few days ago there was much bit tel feeling and political scheming over the seven contested seats In tho house It was claimed that the sitting mem bers should be unseated at once be cause they had heen unfairly elected Attorneys were hero constantly urging that tho voto bo taken to decide these contests as It was a grave Injustice to keep these men out of the seats they wero rightfully outllled to occupy nut oh what a difference In tho morning As soon as the senatorial raco was over everything quieted down and on last Thursday all the contests were by agreement decided In favor of tho sitting members and not a slnglo contestant won a seat Why DC cause there was no longer any need for an extra vote to win the raco for United States senator Of tho seven contests three were against Demo crate anil four against Republicans so without questioning tho merits or do merits of any ono of the contests they just called It A tie and sent all the contestants homo with their fingers In their mouths Thats politics Tho following bills have passed the senate during the past week nill Increasing tho per capita for the Inmates of the State School of Reform from 100 to 140 Dill appropriating 05000 to pay a deficit In the operating expanses of tho School of Reform and to erect neces sary new buildings and machinery Senator Nells anti bootlegging bill which provides that a dlsUller shall sell whisky In local option dis tricts only to licensed wholesale deal ersWatson bill Increasing the annual appropriation for ore State Hoard of Health from 5000 to 25000 Combs bill appropriating 10000 to restore the Henry Clay monument In the Lexington cemetery The following bills passed the house In the past few days Dill to provide punishment for per sons having In their charge children who are truants Dill to raise the standard of lawyers by providing for a state board of ex aminers to be appointed by the court of appeals Dill authorizing fifthclass towns to Issue bonds to payoff their Indebted ness Dill changing tho time to Dec 1 for the penalty to go on state taxes The Sullivan bill abolishing tho present school trustee system and crr ating a county school board of three members to control and manage all the schools in tho county and the em ployment of teachers Cities and towns and graded school districts are exempt from the provisions of the bill JOHN H STUART 1 i 7 r THE MARKET t ira Prices Eggs per doz1520e Dutter per Iby 1528C Potatoes Irish per buO 801 40 Apples pet bu 1 CO3 00 Dacon per lb 12200 Ham per lb 17c Lard per IbIOlc J Turkeys undressed 810c r Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb 120 r i Live Stocfcf Louisville Mar 10 190S j Choice export steers 5 00 C CO Light shipping steers 4 CO G 00 Choice butcher steers 4 CO 5 00 Medium butcher sirs 4 00 4 CO Common butcher steers 3 25 4 01 Choice butcher heifers 4 00 4 CO Medium butcher heifers 3 CO 4 00 Common butcher heifers 3 00 3 CO Cholco butcher cows 3 CO 4 25 Medium butcher cows 3 00 3 CO Common butcher cows 2 CO 3 00 Conner 1 00 2 25 Choice fat oxen 4 25 4 75 Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Cholco bulls 3 25 3 Iii i Medium bulls 2 CO 3 2G Common bulls 2 00 2 CO Choice veal calves 0 00 0 CO Medium veal calves 4 00 f Common calves 2 CO 31 Good feeders 4 25 4 CO Medium feeders 3 75 4 25 Common feeders 3 25 3 75 Cholco stock steers 3 7C 4 SK Medium stock stecra 3 25 3 Iii Common stock steers 2 75 35 Cholco stock heifers 3 00 3 CO Medium stock heifers 2 25 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 CO 3iChoice mulch cows 35 00 40 01 Medium milch cowa 25 00 30 Cl Common mulch cows 10 00 SO 00 lIDOS Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 lbs 4 SO Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs 4b0 Cholco pigs 90120 Ibe 4 26 4 3G1Light pigs CODO lbs 4 00 4 10 r Light shippers 1201GO lbs 4 Roughs 1COCOO Ibs 2 CO 4 COJsittir Cholco fat sheep 4 00 4 Medium sheep 3 00 4 00 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Ducks 1 00 2 CO Choice lambs 6 CO C CO Good butcher lambs 4 CO 5 00 Culls and tallends 3 00 4 00 MESS PORK8 CO HAMS Cholco sugar cured light and special cure 11HHc heavy tOimedium 11 to 11CS- HOULDERS SUe per lbJDACON Clear rib ular dear sides 9c breakfast bacon 14C sugar cured shoulders 8V4c ba con extra 9Uc bellies light 100 hell vy lOcuLARD Prime steam in tierces 8ic pure leaf In tierces lOc In tuba lOVJc DRIED DEEF 12c EGGS Case count lGJ4c per dozJcandled 1717j4c tDutter 20o per lb- POULTRYSprlag chickens sway 10lCc per Ib largo 12c hens 10e duck small young 12c old 9c turkey ll12c geese 7c WHEAT No 2 red aid long berry 102 No3 red and long tarry 100 CORN No 3 white C5Hc No S mixed CIi 4c- OATSNew No3 white C4Hc No 3 mixed CSftc RYE No 2 Northern 93c No 3 Northern 93c Tan lark Price at tho depot at Derca per cord 100 Tits At the Dopot at Derca 7x3 ties 8 foot 6 inches long 35- cSpvkes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Derea for black or shell bark I hickory spokes split or sawed Per Those First size A and D grade 16 00 First size C grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and D grade 2100 Second size 0 grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and D grade 25 00 Third size C grade 12 00 Fourth size A and D grade 30 00 beartlysInond alas Is 2 in on tho heart 2 In deep and 30 in long Third size is 24 in on tho heart 2rs in deep and 30 in long Fourth size is 2y in on longicoarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects 0 grade is good sound white tim ber that is lighter In weight and growth is finer and not BO heavy as the A D grade It must be free from defects also lid full to size 4 IDo It now if you can but do it right it It takes twice as long an i I I u Y + f IiBRYAN HOME CHOICE NEBRASKA PLEDGES PRESIDED TIAL ALLEGIANCE J DEMOCRATS IN SESSION All Sort of Warm Grjetlngs Thrown- at Man Whom Party Leaders Term the Ideal Americanf 1 Omaha Nob Friday was Bryan Jay In Omaha For that matter It was Bryan Day throughout Nebras rn With the Democratic state con vention as n nucleus party leaders from every county and practically every primary district In tho commonwealth r pledged allegiance to tho presidential aspirations of Mr Bryan and to con elder means for furthering his Inter ate beforo tho Democratic national convention at Denver next July En thusiasm was prevalent throughout Thursday It broke looso early In tho afternoon session of tho convention and gradually gathering volume broke out In tumultuous vociferations when at tho beginning of tho evening sos slon the platform committee presented a resolution Tho resolution Tho Democratic party of Nebraska again declare conflndonco In nnd admira non for William Jennings Bryan In a1 wo behold tbo Ideal American cltl IInthsIdeal Democrat We rejoice principles which ho has so William Jennings Bryan a ably advocated have been gladly re ceived and as now generally accepted by tho AmorlcAn people Resolved That tbo delegates by this convention chosen be and are hereby Instructed Ui vote as a unit for the nomination of Mr Bryan for tbo presidency Brief as this omclal Indorsement ot Mr Bryans candidacy it met In full tho approval of the delegates The Ironclad Instructions to the 16 mon RolocUx during tho afternoon to Ipro sent tho state at Denver will It way thought louo no doubt as to where Bryans homo stale stands i Kansas Republicans for Taft r Topoka Kon Kansas Republican in state convention hero Wednesday elected four delcgalcfraMargo to tin Chicago convention instructed to vote for tho nomination of Secretary W H Tail for president Minnesota Democrats for Johnson SL Paul Minn Tho Democratic state committee of Minnesota Friday afternoon after a bitter fight adopted n resolution Indorsing Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota for the Democratic presidential nomination and recommending that ho bo named by tho national convention nt Denvci noxt July The stato committee be sides adopting tho Johnson rcs61u tloo voted that the stale convention to elect delegates to the national con vention should bo hold In Si Paul or May 14 Tko matter of calling a con r veatlon to nominate state officers wat left to a committee of flue to bn ap pointed by State Chairman Frank A- iDay Duma Wants Big Loan I St Petersburg The Russian Duras has adopted unanimously an Interpol latton asking M Kokovsoff the finance minister to explain his rca Bony for Inducing the emperor to issue a ukase about the end of January au thorising an International loan ol 83000000 in violation of a provision of the fundamental law requiring the unction ot tho Duma in all budget operations Italian Is Slain Moosnp ConnDy tho finding of the dismembered body Cltan Italian believed to have been DIno Pletro ot Now York In the Moosup river Thurs day afternoon a brutal murder way discovered Salvatoro Capagello also Italian 20 years old accused by his wife of connection with the murder Is under arrest Two Negroes Lynched HwklnsvlHe OaTwo negroes Curry Robertsdn and John Henry were lynched Thursday near hero and their bodies burned They were charged with the murder of Mr and Mrs Warren Hart One of the ne- gro confessed to the crime and said the motive waa robbery Receiver for Eastern Road Baltimore MdU F wiia 1F pointed lato Thursday receiver for the Wwtnrn Maryland railroad Mr Bush Ii president of the road THROATS OF THE WARDEN WERE SLASHED BY THE DESPERATE LIFE CONVICTS Before One of the Officers Could Shoo Down His AssaltantcEscape Was Planned Deer Lodge Mont March 9Wnr den Frank Conloy of tho Montani state penitentiary was dangerous wounded and AHalstant Warden Robinson wee killed when threoJohnI convicts George Rock W II and another whoso name is not given mado a dash fur liberty Robinson throat was cut from car to car am tho Jugular vein was severed Conloyi throat was Ranlicd nnd ho was stab bed several times In tho shoulder niu groin before ho wee able to draw bli revolver and shoot two of his assail ants down Convicts Hayes and Rod woio both shot down by Conloy alto the latter had been wounded It III believed that tho warden will recover Tho attack and attempted escape according to tho prison authorities hall been long planned by Rock ani Hayes who wero cellmates Doth wero armed with penknives tho blades ol which wore sharpened like razors Tho three convicts were brought tc the office of tho prison in the court yard by Deputy Warden Robinson to bo tried for some trivial infraction or the rules and Conloy was walling to sit In Judgment Hayes had for soy oral months been a trusty and had been given tho position as turnkey He had been placed In the same coil with Rock brcauso tho authorities believed ho would watch tho latter who hail beep regarded as a most dcapcrat convictTho moment the men entered the office door Rock turned swiftly upon Robinson who was closing the door and quickly drawing a knife he be gun slashing at tho wardena throat Tho deputy sank to the floor dying At tho same moment that tack attacked Robinson Hayes drew a knife and started for Conloy The latter retreated to the rear of tho office but before ho could draw his revolver Hayes had slashed bin throat Tho convict seeing his intended victim get ting away grappled with him and auto bed him several times in the shoulder rind tho groin Although bleeding ter Ably Conloy managed to draw his gun from his locket and fired four times with tho weapon pressed against Hoyos abdomen As Hayes sank to tho floor Hock rushed at Conloy who emptied tho remaining cartridges into tack and the latter also went downTho third convict who had been call rd to tho office took to ids heels at the flrM of tho battle but was quickly cap lured Tho authorities refused to give out his name until they have invest gated whether ho was concerned In tho plot or had merely been called to the oillco at the smile time as the olhor two How tho convicts Hayes and Rock iccurcd possession of the knives is a mystery II Is believed that tbo Jnfrac llou of the rules had been planned ill order to roach the wardens oltloa where they would have more chance in making a dealt for liberty Rock was shot through tho lungs Iwlpo and Hayes three times through the abdomen Both aro badly wound ed but It to believed they will recover WELFARE OF CHILDREN Will Be Topic of Discussion at Moth ers Congress In Washington Washington March DWomen representing nearly all tho progressive nations of the world will aspcmblo hero March 10 to attend tho Interna tional congress on the welfare of the child under the auspices of tho Na tional Mothers congress Subjects bearing upon tho great work will bo discussed throughout tho sessions which will continue for a week pros dent Rbosovclt will receive tho dole gates nt tho white house on Tuesday end will talk to thom concerning child life At least a dozen different nations will bo represented Tho United States will be officially represented by Elmer Kllsworth Brown United States com missioner of education Tho British ambassador Hon James Bryce will tpcak of tbo child protectors of Great Britain Big Dam Will Furnish Electric Power Brlttlcborougb Vt March 9The construction of a big dam across tho Connecticut river hero Is now well ender way with tho expectation ot turning tho waters of New Englands Greatest river into Now Englands biggest electric plant By means oi the dam It Is proposed to distribute tho electric power within a radius In eluding parts of three states Tho cost of tho dam will bo more than a million dollars The electric power to bo de veloped will be 10500 horse power and will benefit mainly tho towns of Brat lleborouph and Vernon Vt Hlnsdalo N H and Northllcld Mans Fire Chief Threatened Hattlesburg Miss March 9Capt Frank Potter chief of the Hattlcsburg pro department made public a letter posted at Hattlesburg In which Jb Ufo is threatened It said Your end is near Fair warning A word to tht else le sufficient Shot Her Daughter Rapid City S D March 9Durlngl a quarrel over a trivial matter Sat itrdny Mrs Charles 8 Barbour shol end killed her ado ted daughter hoar Adams aged 17 No one witnessed ttoi tragedy CfI Drawing Made from Photograph of Colllnwood 0 School Where Over 160 Pupils Lost Their Lives AWFUL SCHOOL HOLOCAUST NEAR CLEVELAND KILLS 167 Building Housing Elementary Pupils in the Suburb of Collinwood 0 Burno Bringing Death to Children Cleveland 0Penned and hold In narrow hallways jammed up against doors that only opened Inward 167 children In the suburb of North Col linwood Wednesday were killed by lire by smoke and beneath tho grind ing heels ot their panicstricken playmates Tho awful tragedy occurred In the public school ot North Colllnwood ten miles east of this city Ono hundred and sixtyfive corpses were In the morgue at Colllnwood Thursday six children were unaccounted for and all tho hospitals and houses for two miles around contained numbers of chll dren yenta fatally and runny less seriously Injured All cf tho victims were between the ages of six and fit teen years The school contained be teen 310 arid 32C pupils and of this entlro number only about SO are known to have loft the building un hurt Fire Drill Is Forgotten The school building was supposed to bo practically modern although erected three or four years ago Tho school children had been given fire drills and were supposed to bo In training for just such an emergency When tho crucial moment arrived the drill was forgotten and not tho slightest effort to effect an orderly or prompt escape availed Victims Practically Incinerated- As soon ns firemen nnd volunteers could get close enough attempts were made to pluck bodies from tho death heaps at tho doors It was found that the flames had practically Incinerated tho bodloj Firemen with rakes forks and shovels turned up blackened bones little blackened skulls and masses of charred llosh but bodies recognizable an such were no longer to bo found A fearful stench added to tho horror ot tho scene Miss Anna Moran tho principal of tho school who escaped says that the children made a mad rush for tho door as soon as the alarm of fire was sounded but were driven back by the choking smoke Later tho flames prevented tho escape of many of them from tho burning building County Coroner Burke Immediately after tho fire said The construction of the school house was an outrage Tho hallways were narrow and thero was practically but ono mode of exit Tho children wero caught like nts In a trap Terrible Scenes Enacted Fearful scenes were enacted around tho burning schoolhouse Fathers and mothers raved cursed or prayed Many tried to break through the crowd and some got so far as to dash toward the flaming doorways One big man In overalls and Jumper was restrained by force Explaining In broken English that his kinder were In tho building ho struggled desperately with tho three men who held him Finally they throw him to tbo ground and sat on him forcing his greet form downs u tho anklodeop mud The building was completely de strayed only the outside brick walls remaining standing The floors and root fell Into tho Interior early In tho fire making tho rescue of Intact bodies absolutely hopeless Dead Laid to Rest Cleveland O Colllnwood Friday camo to a full realization of her woeSlowly and solemnly the processions of death began to wend their way towards the cemeteries bearing the battered and charred remains of some of tho 167 children whose lives wero snuffed out in Wednesday mornings satastropho In the Lakevlow school All day thoro was no cessation in tho Fire Threatens Newburg Ind Newburg IndAnro which for a time threatened to wipe out tho town of Nowhiirg Friday caused a loss of J50000 covered by Insurance A to bacco warehouse threo store build- Ings and one residence wero de strayed Goldfield Troops Leave Washington Tho United States troops which were ordered to Gold New to suppress mining riots three months ago broke camp Saturday and returned to their Quarters funeral corteges Those who had noI dead to mourn as a personal loss stood in tho streets with bared heads 1S tho prim processions passed Thar was scarcely a dry eye in Colllnwood Ono of tho sad funerals was that or the three Children of Janitor Hlrter held Jointly with tho services for thraf other little ones Janitor Is Made Target Muttorlngs against the Janitor could be heard about the village as half crazed parents sought an object upot which to wreak vengeance forgetting as they did that hurter himself was walking with bowed head and broke heart behind the biers of threo of hit beloved A detail of police was placed about the Hitter homo when the hour for the funeral came Fully SOO persons had gathered but when the cofflns were carried to the door way tho crowd spread and opened the way for them without protest or ex pression of hostility Altogether there wore 50 burials Friday and Saturday the grewsome task was repeated Sunday twill wit ness the last of the Individual burials and on Monday the remains of all those wh i are unidentified will bo laid to rest with ono funeral Friday night thero were 38 of these bundles of flesh that awaited claimants Fire Testimony Heard Testimony describing tho mad rush to death of the school given Friday at the continued HenionI of tho coroners Inquest Stories of heroism on tho part of the women teachers wore recited F P Whitney superintendent of tho Colllnwood schools stated his belief to be that no fire department could have dono any effective work after the fire had started Two of the teachers told ot their unavailing attempts to open one of tho double doors at the rear which thoy said was locked Tbo inquest also developed tho tact that after the first crush at the door It was beyond human possibility to aid or save thoso whom the tongues of fire were devour ing In the charnel house Tho Inquest will be resumed Monday Partitions Cause Great Loss In a statement Friday Chief Wal lace of tho Cleveland fire department after an examination of tho ruins of the Colllnwood school said It was Ids opinion that tho loss of life would not havo been so great had there been no partitions at the sides of the storm doors at tho rear entrance Scores American Milk Washington Surgeon General Walter Wyman of the public health service submitted to Secretary Cor telyou Wednesday a report on milk In its relation to public health The report is tho result of an Investigation ordered by President Roosevelt and conducted by federal experts rJtde clares much of the countrys milk Ii ImpureU S Soldier Gets Raise Washington The army pay bill was passed by the senate Friday The bill provides for army officers a graded Increase of pay ranging from five per cent for lieutenant generals to 25 cent for Junior officers It also provides that tho average pay ol enlisted meujpt the army as now es tablished Is 40 per coaL HasMadlson III Bank Madison JIIJ C Hlndo who way appointed by Judge Moore of the circuit court as receiver of tho TrlClty State bank Thursday took charge of the affairs of the Institution Two weeks ago the bank closed Steamer Wrecks Bridge Toledo O Friday afternoon the big steel steamer Yuma was torn from her miiorlngs by the rush ot Ice andcrashedintotwo sections of the city tearing out a span and carrying It into the river Wealthy Alton III Widow Dead Nashville TennMrs Harriet Hathaway a widow of Alton III died at a hotel here suddenly She had stopped for the night en route home from Florida q Round About the StateWhat Is Going On in Different W Sections of Kentucky W MCHORD BILL PASSED BY HOUSE Measure Designed To Restore Peac and Protect Planters Adopted Frankfort KyTho McChord toba co bill was paused by the house by a vote of CG to 21 Tho bill will now go to tho senate It la designed to relieve the tense con ditlons In the tobaccogrowing district of the state and received the solU backing of the growers societies- It places the tobacco Industry of th Mate under police powers which Is vested In the hands of a deputy to bo named by the commissioner of agricul ture It is said the measuro will drlvt tho American Tobacco Co out of tin slate Many speeches were made for and against the measure Mr Wallace of Louisville said the extension of the police power In tin state BO that It would control the tobacco Industry was wronfc lie condemned lawlessness such as night riding and charged that tho So ciety of Equity must have knowledge of tho same as It takes no step tc stop It- Frankfort yKyTho county unit bit was given a staggering blow In the senate again when the motion of Sena tor RIves to take the bill out of the hands of the committee was lost by i1 vote fo 18 to 16 As ft result tho vote on the bill wilt bo delayed Tho supporters of the bill however won a victory when tho mo lion of Senator Charlton of Louisville tc table the motion of Senator Rives was lot by the tlo voto of 17 to 17 It ihe Rives motion had been tabled Uu county unit bill would have been as dead as a door nail Senator Rives said that he meant no reflection on the committee on pub lie morals and religion In asking that the county unit bill be taken out ol the hands of the committee and put on Its passage He said that there has been considerable delay and ho feared further delay He said that a report was not what he desired but that he wanted the bill put on its passage for he believed every man In the senate had made up his mind how ho would vote on the bill The house in its two sessions devoted nearly all of its time to the passage of a number of bills Only one measure met defeat it being the Smith bill to compel sixth clasa cities to pub lish their financial statements annu ally Rewards To Be Offered Lexington KyAt a meeting of clti 7cns 1000 was raised and placed in tho hands of the board of control of the Montgomery County Society of Equity to bo offered us a reward for the arrest and conviction of those per sons guilty of sending threatening anonymous letters digued Tenants nod Outsiders These letters were recently mailed to various citizens of Montgomery county Dynamite In Coal Danville KyMrs George Hunn wife of a prominent merchant at More land threw a bucket of coal Into a grate at her home and a terrific explo lion occurred It Is believed that the coat contained a number of dynamite caps How tho dynamite caps got Into the coal Is a mystery Tho victim who was badly burned about the face und body may recover Failed To End War Louisville Ky Authorization of tho Etntomcnt that nothing tangible re sulted tram the burley conference hero was made by the growers officials They all returned to their homes and It seems that the big deal is off though there are possibilities that another meeting with the trust officials may be culled in a week or two- Kukluxers Sued PaducohKySults were filed in the United States court by Robert IIi Hollowell and his wife Mary for f60 000 damages each against 28 alleged Kukluxers in Lyon and Caldwell coun ties Allegations are made that on May 2 1907 the defendants visited the bonzes of the plaintiffs and unmerci fully whipped and beat them Boyd Acquitted London KyRobert Doyd was ac quitted by tho jury on the chargo of killing James Sparks Boyd killed lames Sparks In the circuit clerks of flee during last Septembers term of court The shooting ended a dispute over certain commissions amounting to some 5 or 4d May Go To Linn Frankfort KyTho first appointment of a regular democrat to office by Gov Willson will probably bo that of enator Conn Linn as member of the board of regents of tho Western Ken Lucky State Normal school I Believes Powers Innocent Lexington KyThe city council of larboursvllle former home of Caleb Powers passed a resolution asserting Belief in rowers innocence ol com llclty in the murder of Gor William loebel and petitioning Gor Wlllson to pardon him IFleeing Front Breathitt KyAttracted by prom lees of better T es arid rlllg to s ape coanectigriplth the feudtr9uplos- roung men are 7rih considerable numbers Over a ivndrod have left amen January 1 NIGHT RIDERS URN TOBACCO Torch Is Applied To Property of Buyer Who Ignored Warnings Augusta KyAt midnight u large crowd of men gathered at Rocksprlngs three miles below Augusta and took from a warehouse 8000 pounds of tobacco and burned U The tobacco was part of a purchase ntght by Louis Hull for J A Downard Covington to bacco man and was in bogsheads ready for shipment to the Cincinnati marketMr full load received several warn ings to quit purchasing tobacco but had disregarded them lie was using a largo warehouse belonging to J B Douglmcr of Augusta who had noti fled Hull not to use the property for tho purpose of prizing tobacco Tho men rolled tho tobacco out on the hillside away from tho warehouse and set it afire After it had gotten under good headway they aroused Jeff McClanahan 1ostmnster and told him to watch tho fire and see that no buildings caught from It- There was no insurance on the tobacco VICTORY OF TEMPERANCE FOLK Was the Reference of the County Unit But Frankfort Ky Friends of temper anco legislation won a decisive victory when the Waggoner county unit bill that passed tho house was referred to the Kentucky statutes committee in the senate by a vote of 1C to 13 Tho reference was made at the request of Senator Cox as ho said the bill had been so widely discussed that be would rather the senato comirlttec refer tho bill than to take tho responsibility of IU Tho committee consists of R B Brown chairman Frank Rives J Wheeler Campbell Conn Linn J A Donaldson O P Hogan A R Bur nam N C Cureton and Hlllard IL Smith With the possible exception of two members ot the committee all are strong supporters of local option legislation and the committee may bring pressure to bear on tho rules committee to take up the county unit bill and pass it before the close of tho session Nell Bill Passed Senate Frankfort KyLocal option sup porters won another distinct victory when the rules committee composed exclusively of democrats took up and had passed tho Nell bill which pro hibits distillers selling by wholesale In local option districts to any person except licensed or retail dealers Sen ator Nell the author of the bill says that the provisions of this bill will put nn end to bootlegging It was passed unanimously Campbell On the Ground Lexington KyPresident lIugh Campbell of the United States Tobacco Co who has been conspicuous In tho fight waged by the independent manufacturers against tho American Tobacco Co arrived here from Rich mond Va to have n look at tho local market and to size up the situation In this section More Death Traps Found Louisville layExaminalton into the protection against flro afforded school children developed that in 12 schools tho doors open inward Othor schools did not practice tho fire drill enough and orders were at once issued to have tho faults remedied Thieves Robbed the Corner Stone Newport Ky Sacrilegious thieves paid a visit to tho St Thomas church Ft Thomas and after prying out tho corner stone secured a small amount if money A crowbar was used la loosening the stone as was evidenced by its Imprint in the soft earth Farmer In Terror Mayfield KyJ J Albritton living at Old Baltimore found a bundle ot witches and matches at his door It Is said that Albritton joined tho Equity Society last year but delivered his crop to independent buyers here Al iritton is terrorstricken Bled To Death Columbia KyMiss Anne Warden started to retrain from eating meat ast Wednesday and tackled fish A mall bono lodged Sn her throat nnd In the subsequent attack of coughing she burst a blood vessel and bled to death Overdose of Morphine Lexington Ky Joseph Llewellyn a young man 22 years old died from to overdose of morphine taken to rel- Ieve toothache He is the son of Ma avld Llewellyn who formerly lived In New York Blew Open the Vault Paducah KyRobbers blow both loon of the vault In tho pest office at Dawson Springs and stglo 90437 la stamps and GO cents in money No at enipt was made to break into the steel hest in tho wall of tho vault where here was a large sum of money House Contests Settled Frankfort KyThe contest eases n gainst seven members ot the boom 1 1hil1Joclarcd entitled to their seats by a mamlmous vote a1 Cbr Ai hrMr M dtn4 i le 4 4 0 I East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else f no eoneipondene pablltbei union sljn 4 In tan ty till writer Till nameo li sot for psbllMtioa bat it u ITWIBC of rood faith Writ plainly o oooooooooooeo oeooeooooeoeeceoeo Mountain Life as we Mean te Make It Good llonilt Good Homo Good Church Good School BEREACAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS MADISON COUNTY imEYFUS Dreyfus March 4Mr Charley Jones and Gordla Dean of Jackson county spent Saturday night with Mr Wm Jones Born to the wHo of Frank Jones March 1 a flno girl Mother and baby both doing well Mica Candls Denny spent the day to day with Miss Mina JonesMr Jim Keeten died last night and will be burled tomorrow at Mr Luther Klmberlalns grave yardMr George Hill had a sale March 3 We are sorry he and his family are going to Ill inois We wish them successMr nnd Mrs George Hurd have been to Irvin to visit her soiilnlaw Jim rule Harris who has beep very sick for several days i ESTILL COUNTY WAOLRaYILLE Wagersvllle March 7Mr Jeff Wagers has been confined to his room for several days with grlppe Miss Fan Wagers Is staying with her sister Mrs Simp WarfordMaster Brown and Willie Roller of Clay Fury are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs A Q Wilson Miss Nannle Kidwell Is visiting her brother r i Joe this weekMr Hiram Fowler clerkit ford a pair of mules for 300Mr Scrivner of Lexington was IIIamong friends at this place a few weekSunday School at WilsonIiKASTLE COUNTY OOOCHLAND Goochland March SJohn C Phil lips was in Mt Vernon Monday on buslnessJo Callahan has moved propertylj wants to buy core Instead of stock food Telange Phillips will not sell for the Wilbur Co any longerWm Sparks was In Goochland Tuesday de horning cattleUncle Henry McGulre t still lingers low and Improves slowly Taylor Dixon was elected town marshal at the last meeting by a majority of 30Mr Powell of Knox county has been visiting Dr Jones AngUnI last weekCharley Phillips Jr and MillardAnglin RigsbyMcGulresheMr McGulre3 sickness Spring has opened up and farming begun noOKFORD- Itjtkford March 9MIs Ella E J ScaffoidCaneMr4 homeMarch Canebyhis daughter Delilah K visited relatives SundayMrssrs lon Hill left last week for Illinois r RockfordMondayMr SundayMrdown with rheumatism so long is some better DISPUTANTA I DIsputanta March 9 Farmers are workSaturday theSJ audlencoDertha folksiAlbert Ramsey of Wlldlo called on evenlngTheRevganized aSunday school at Mace tarchCleo H r r h guest of Miss Vlrgla Payne Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nanlo Abney and son Reuben visited her daughter Mrs W H Stephens at Rockford Saturday Mrs Lizzie Gadd who has been sick so long is now better Mr Huston Rowlett of this place is preparing to put a new addition to his dwelling The Rev L Rowlett Is planning to repaint and repair his dwelling In the near future Mr It A Swinford of this place has bought a new lot of goods and expects to go In goods business soonUr O M Payne the hustling merchant Is sell ing lots of goods and ho has ordered a lot of new goods Mr Payne is also putting a new wire fence around his larmIr Sherman Chastecn is buying up a bunch of nice young cattle Mr Carrol Martin of this place has sold his farm and moved to near Boones Gap fTto Rev J W Lambert and wife of Boone visited Rev nfld Mrs L Rowlttt Saturday Mr and Mrs Henry Abney who bars been gone to Strait Creek for some time have returned home nnd are planning to farm this year Tho Rev L It and Mrs Rowlett were guests of their son Huston Rowlett Sunday Mr and Mrs Marshall Swlnford visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs L R Rowlett Saturday BOO1IE Boone March 7The Rev D L Phelps was the guest of B B Chas teen Sunday night and Monday Mrs Daisy Lambert went to Mount Vernon Friday and returned home Saturday A D Lovell is out again after two weeks Illness Willie Coylo who is attending school at Berea visited rel atives here Saturday and Sunday James Lambert went to Richmond Monday on buslnessMr W K Grant visited home folks at this place last wtekMr James Grants broken limb is much betterMr W M Smith will go to Cloverbottom some time soon Grippe Is much better In this vicinity Mr Sol Saylor Is slow ly recovering A nice baby girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs John Hamlin Feb 23Mr and Mrs William Smith visited the family of Mr Joe Levett one day last week Mr James Lambert bought a span of nice horses from Mr S Winford for two hundred dollars last Tuesday Mr Jesse Wren has his corn land all broken and Is hauling for J L LambertMrs Mattie Wren la ex mmyfriendof Henry county has removed to Mad ison county near Mote CLIMAX Climax March 9 Members of tue family of Isaac Rector are down with measles and several other families are expected to take them soon Mr Late and Henry York of Lon don passed thru on their way to Bloomington Illinois and stopped over here and paid their brother Grant a farewell visit Mr A W Stewart of near Sliver Creelc was up on business last weekMrs Lau ra Scott is very ill with measles Mr John Gadd and Miss Vlo Cuin mlns wore happily married ad tho borne of the bride on Feb 27 We wish them a long and happy life Corn sells in this community at 10 and SO cents per bushelMr An dy Ballanger leaves this week for Ohio Mr W H Young Is erecting a new dwelling house on his fath erinlaws farm Isaac Rector en tertained a number of friends at Mr Henry Gabbards a tow days ago Those present were Messrs AsV Stewart Mace Anglin and Mr and Mrs Ernest Gadd and others CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek March 7JIenry and Cap Saylor and Hugh Edwards were visiting at Nath Noes Sunday Joe Clark of Station Camp visited his parents Sunday Rlley Burch has purchased a fine saddle mare The Odd Fellows are organizing a lodge at Sextons Creek There have been several small tides In Sexton recently r i Tom and Arthur Burch 010 ill Tho Rev Lanutord Denies In very III with heart failure Lottie Glenn has measles Mrs Mlntle Smith who has been sick for the last two weeks Is reported Asian Rachel Frye of list die burg has been visiting friends and relatives here the past weokJ II Sandlln and wife who have been In Hamilton 0 for the last six months have returned homeChas Slcomore G W and T E Butth have return ed from tho Blue Grass counties whole they have been sollctlng orders for the Freeman Portrait Co They report the tobacco trouble vtcy serious W N Burch has purchased a farm from his brother Riley Price 0150 R H Bowman who has had pneu mania is better SINE Vine March 9Pebplo are begin ning to farm Measles and mumps are scattered some around hero Miss Sarah Ellen S4 John spent Sun day evening with Miss Alice Hurley Mr Zack Estrldge visited his son Mr Lish Estrldgo last weolcMr John Brumlt made a business trip to Manchester last weeltlr W T Browning and son visited relatives In Leo county last week W COUNTY CO111IIX Corbin March SIr W E Cop enhaner left hero Monday for Frank fort Mr Charlie Helton visited friends of this city Sunday WHIlo and Arloy Dunagan and Charlie lid ton went to South Corbin Saturday and had a line time Miss Liza Wyrlcks and her clster Sarah visited friends Sunday Mrs Lucy Wyrlck and Mm Gill Dlzney visited their friend Mrs Jane Dunagan Friday and Mr Gill Dlzney alsoMrs Jesse Wilder visited friends Saturday Hobert Steele a boy ten years old Is reported to have shot at Lee Dun agan with a shot gun Sturdaay but did not hurt himI OWSLEY COUNTY YIHCKKT Vincent March 7Mr Patrick Mays and father visited Andy Maya of Jackson county this weekJ C Botncr nnd Son are adding a side room to their store David Deeds Is still down with the mumps David Bowman of Blake passed thru hero Friday on his way home from Irvine where he had been with a fleet of tlmberS P Caudell of Travelers Rest was at Vincent Friday on Jegal business Isaac Isaacs of B ck Creek Is building a chlmrey for Andy Yen able at presentJohn Chesnut and Harvey Venable have sold out their stock of sheep and are now in the washing machine buslnessj Mr B B Botner and Luther Manlous have sold out their muslclal instruments to James Price who will soon start on tho road with a sleightofhand showV II Venablo was at Boone vlllo Monday Harvey Marcum who bad his house burned a few days ago is building on the same place W C Hamilton the tie man has ceased buying tlesIr Rolo Ven able has moved into tho house recently vacated by Wm Brandenburg Minter Day of Blake says bo will soon start to tho west whero he will remain until he regains his health IKlnVOUTII Pebworth March 9 Singing school closed last Sunday There Is lots of sickness Mrs Mary Anglin of Mea dow Creek died with consumption She ylll be brought back to her old home to be buriedMr Hampton Flanery has been poorly with bron chitis Miss Molllo1 Porter and Mr James Arnold were married last Thursday at the brides home Miss Cynthia Kendrick and Robert Bran denburg were also married Thursday at the home of the bride MIsa Min nie Price of Levi and Mr Samuel Lucas of Monica were married at the home of the bride last Saturday Mr Fred Hamel will stay at George PrndleUms for the summer Mr John Treadway is building a new dwelling Miss Alllo Porter was the guest of Miss Nannle Pendleton Fri day night JACKSON COUNTY HUGH Hugh March SMI Aurt Bongo of Dreyfus was the guestRot his parents Saturday night Mr W F Henry building a blacksmith shop for R I IlaleMr Luther Klmbcrlaln of Dreyfus made a business trip to W- It Denges last Sunday Misses Lillie and Bessie Powell of Long Branch were tho guests of Miss Maggie Bongs Wednesday Mies Maggie Bongo made a trip to Mm Hardon Azbllls Wednesday afternoon lIls Francis Azblll and Almer Blcknell wore the guests of Mrs George Bongo from Sunday until WednesdayMr- It O Hale sold to Mr J Yates 100 worth of cattlo Friday Miss Maggie Benge who has been staying with her sister at Dreyfus has returned home i- nORINET Roblnet March 4John Carpen j l ters little Bertha died Feb 29 with spinal troubleAunt Rachel Gibs nonr Roblnet fell dead on March 4 n S Spowor was In our midst last week Mary Carpenter Is talking of visiting relatives In Loulsvllla very soon S Martin and J L Allen of Roblnet made a business trip to Livingston March 4 C B Sexton ot BlacUwater entertained a large crowd Saturday and also Sunday by preach- Ing at Jim Carpenters He Is ex pected to be hers at our regular meeting nt Horse LlckEk Sexton of Wolfpen gava Frank Davis 2250 for a hound Davis said ho could clear more money on dogs than ho could on his farmJohn Anglo is putting up MK Sexton a paling Everybody Is preparing for farming as the cross ties have played out Elias Carpenter found his lost pocket bookTom Bales is having a bad time for saw milling this month PARROT Parrot March 7 Merchants arc running out of goods because ot tho high water between them and tho depot Oscar Rader drummer for Ko logg and Co was hero Wednesday Robert Tussey of MIdlcfork bought a good yoke ot oxon from A Bakcn Monday Grant Tincher who has been very sick with the measles Is getting bettor John Hundley is having a largo pond made on his farm Ho expects It to bold water to run a steam mill John Cabbage has engaged to John Hundley to work this summer Mr Phco Hcllard got back from Hamilton Ohio Thursday where he has been for the last year Wm Ball of Peoples was In town buying corn Friday Jam Roberts was a visitor hero Friday Mc JUC McKee March 12Mr J 1C Bal Icy of Bradsnaw and Miss Ida King of olin were married at the homo of tho bride last Wednesday evening Mr J R Hays purchased n com bined saddle and harness horse a few days agb Price two hundred dollars Small pox Is now a thing of the past In this vicinity Tho same can soon be said of measles I believe there Is only ono case In town Wo are informed that Wm Fowler eonlnlaw of W H Clark Is very low with fever Mr C L Fowler and wife and Mr Turner Kel ly of Drip Rock wore In town tho past wookIr A P Isaacs of Wind Cave was In town on business last Tuesday Lewis Farmer son of Jail er John Farmer who has been at tending school at Mt Vernon returned homo last Saturday evening MM Cynthia Ponder has been poorly with grip for several days Mine Mary Bennett visited Sirs Emily Minter last Sunday evening Tho Rev Isaac Messier delivered nn Intoreftlng discourse Sunday morn- Ing from the text Who Is my neig- hbor7ln a previous letter the prin ter put the word ATTRACTIVE where we Intended to put ATTEN TIVE However so far we have heard of no otfcnsa being taken by ANY ONE in attendance at church on that occasion Perhaps we should have used both words HATIIAHTO- NNathanton March IThere Is llenty of sickness hero now Measles are still rosing Mrs Dora Moore who has been sick so long la but little bettor Mr Leonard Spenco of Berea visited J G Blnghams last week Miss Etta Bingham fell and sprained her foot very badly We hope she will recover soon Miss Lottie Davis has bought a yoke of oxen worth 100Frank Wilsons mill dam was torn out by staves and raft logs the last tide wo had Mlssci Lottie and Ethel Davis wore tho guests of Misses Martha Lllllo and Etta Blngham Sunday evening Mr Frank Montgomery Is all smiles over tho arrival of a now babyDoctor Mahaffey has purchased a farm from J B Hall for 3000 RUBLES Hurley War S Soreral men float ed logs and tics Monday Mr and lncleIand aunt Mr Sunday lastE11hu Phillips who has been sick for somo time Is very low Mrs L J Lake Is slowly improving Mr John Roberts has been repair ing his house this week Mrs Elizabeth McCollum and Mrs Louisa Gab bard were the guests ot their niece Mrs L J Cole TuesdayThe creek was past fording Monday and Tues day and the mall could not pass Born to the wife of Mr Green Mc Collum a fine girl MILDRED Mildred March 6S M Morgan and G A Jones have just returned from the depot with gooda for W It EngleW K Jones is fencing this week The boys had a big shooting match Monday James Fowler was the winner Miss Bolona Setser and Jl L Holcomb were quietly married at the home of the bride on the 4th RQ4l 1 II KIM POWDER Absolutely Pure The only baking powrer made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lim Phosphafi May their life be happy and urea their future life be happy and pro- sporousMr James Ncoly of Gray Hawk made a business trip to Harvey Moores mill Thursday This community was very badly shocked over the death of Mrs Poarllo Hun tor who died on tho 7th Her many relatives have our deepest sympathy Mr Green Morris is working for W K Jones this week Mr Jjnucn Dunlgan is planning to go west this spring Wo will all mist Mr Dun Isan KERRY KNOll Kerby Knob March 9Mr and Mrs George Johnson were tho guests of Mr Tom Click Saturday night Miss Laura Click entertained several joung folks at her homo Friday night They all reported a flue time Miss Ethel Jackson who has left Mr John Hntflclda has gone to Kingston to make her liome Tom nnd Dec Williams and Walter Click went I to Richmond ono day last week with shingles and hoops Mr and Mrs Honory Click and family vlilUd Mr James Click and family Sunday night Mr Bill Klrbys family who have been down with the mcaiols are get lag bettor Mr Jeff Necls baby who lias been sick so long Is not much bettor GilAY HAWK Grayhawk March nMr 8 D Rise and wife who havo measles are Im proving Miss Maggie Rico visited her cousin J B Bingham this week Mr John Tlncher visited his slater Mrs Mary Bingham rldnlItDell Bingham U very low with fever Dr Anderson who left a tow days ago for Hamilton Ohio In backer Burnlt Dlngham of Ethel visited his brother J D Bingham Thursday night Sire Louisa Tinchcr visited Mr and Mrs S D Rico Sunday I Tho southern Appalachian State Including Alabama Georgia North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee and Virginia yielded 295335 in rold In 1906 a decrease of 158841 fromjho figures of 1905 Tho output of first four states was notably less and only Tennessee and Virginia reported Increases- North Carolina still shows tho larg est outputB2131and is closely fol lowed by South Carolina with 78959 The greatest decrease r G58GO Is shown by Georgia whose production amounted to only 31050 An ad fa The Citizen reaches over five thousand people If you take an Inch ad thats over three hundred for a cent Boa It you can beat it in any other way of tclllug what you want to buy or se- llFREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSONDENTIST Richmond Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially to place at least a portion of your account wit us wbctb r large or until I JIo JIo HYDEN KY From Gen Chu King Mr Parrlih known well boW to oaks a story go andwith such a heroine and two such manly fellows u Hampton and young Brant he hu a strong one here j envy him his power I rejoice in his deicfIptlons and I thank him for the spirited picture he draws of the young officer checking that mad lynch- Ing bee Just In the nick of time With all my heart I hope the story may be widely read- CIIAIILn KINO J You will want to read this our next and best serial tho story of Bob Hampton 3 of PlacerHero of Cutters Famous Fighting Seventh By RANDALL PARRISH Author of A Sword of the Old Frontier MMf Ladof the North etc Q From the incidents leading up to and culminating in the battle of the Little Big Horn in which General Custer and his command were massacred by the Sioux under Sitting Bull Mr Parrish has developed a story of dramatic and action that will stir the blood of every lover of a keen exciting story q The reader who in the of the horses hoofs on the rocky trail of the wildernessand who would see a dramatic picture of the West in that period of large and spectacular situations will find in Bob Hampton of Placer n story that will hold the attention fixedly to the very endIq The charming romance skilfully woven into the narra tive will appeal to every reader who enjoys a weUtold lova story with a brisk movement and a lively human interest e IT WILL BE RUN SERIALLY IN THIS PAPER AND YOU WILL APPRECIATE IT WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERS a H