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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SKYiCE X lJ ee BEREA PUBLISHING CO txouxrusAT o STANLEY FROST Mcnager Albrfd al t tt Pottoffletnt Bmn Kytateeond odIUoo oeooooeoeoeeeoc Vol IX Five cents a MADISON COUNTY MARCH 20 1008 One Dollar a year No 8U t NEWS THE WEEK Steamship Sinks with Hundreds Court Sustains President Judge Believes Orchard American to Marry Heir to Throne DROWNED Thor sinking of a Japanese steamship otC tho Japaneso coast on Sunday caused the drowning ot moat of tho 244 pas senses and 43 ot tho crew RAILROAD WINS Tho U S Sup romo Court has given another not ablo decision ono which shows that the rrealdent has been right Iti lib claim that the atates nro not strong enough to regulate tho railroads Tho court has decided that the laws of North Carolina and Minnesota width were drawn to regulate the railroad rates are because Congress alono has the right to re gulate commerce between states S OUCHARD An Idaho Judge has ccntenccd to death Harry Orchard who confecsed to com mitting many raurfcre under tho dl rection of UK officials ot tho Western federation ot Miners and accused these officials ot planning nil Uio violence The Juries which tried the officials refused to convict them but tho Judge saya that ho believes Or chard has told tho truth and so sen tences him to die iia reoomnunds merry because ho believes Orchard has tried to atone for Ida crimes GIVES UP THRONB FOR GIRL Tho Duke ot tho Abruril nephew ot tho King of Italy and a possible holr to tho throne has abonded his rights In order that ho may marry an Am erican girl the daughter ot Senator Stephen II Elklns ot West Virginia It Is sold that the mUg will 111 koI the rich coal man a marquis or some thing so that tho Duko can marry a titled woman She wilt have to become a Roman Catholic KIOHT ON RACKGAMBLING There is a hard fight going on In New York to drive tho raeo track gamblers out of business tiy means ot n new law Gar Hughe Is behind the movement and there Is a big waJ of money on the other side The raco gambling Is ono ot tho worst ovIU In Now York and one on which hundreds of men are kopt rich from the IOMM of Uio poor mn It Is ad mitted that tho law will greatly hin der korso racing there anti may stop It altogether and James It Keen who line ono of the finest racing via bled In Uie world has announced that If It ROM thru ho will movo to ling lando GREAT STKAMHR8 COLLIDE Tho groat transAtlantic liner I ron print Wllhelm with 3000 passimRors was run into in Now York harbor by the Crown Castle In a fog but no ono was hurt IIYVTI SUnnENDERSTho government of llaytl vhlch had begun tho cimplo plan ot wiping out tho op position party by killing all Its mem bers has sut rendered to a French warship and tho killings have stopped CHINA PAYS UPChtna hoe ap ologlzcd to Japan for seizing the boat load ot arms which she believed Ivould be used against her and paid 1070 damages and Japan has agreed to do nil ln hot rower to stop tho traffic Thus all is happy In the East again NO PROMOTION FOR EVANS Word has come from Washington that Senator Halo will oppose Uio plan to make Fighting Dob Evans a VlcoAdmlral on tho ground that ho has performed no war service worthy of tho title Ho will probab ly ho able to prevent the plans fo Ing thru THROWS OUT 300000000 SUIT Judco Holt of the U S Court In Now York lute thrown out a suit for 300000000 brought by ono sugar company against another on tho charge that tho sued company Interfered with tho others manufactory thus breaking tho Interstate com merce law Judgo Holt decided that is not commerce and that therefore tholaw docs not ap ply FLEET TO VISIT f IAN Prssl dent Roosovelt has accepted tho in vitation o tho Mikado for the Am erican battleship fleet to visit Japan and tile big war ships will spend flvo days at a Jail port probably at Yokahama SENATORS DEAD Senator Wil J liam Pinckuey Whyte of Maryland died ICMIs wte s p+ fef r THE CITIZEN H c Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People I KENTUCKY I OF HUNDREDS unconstitutional SENTENCED manufacturing GREET Ml FROST Negroes Hold Meeting on his Arrival hereHe Tells of Plans forColored Sohool In Answering their Speeches The colored pcopJe of Berea and vicinity held a nicotine In tho colored school hcuscf Saturday to thank Pros and Mrs Frost for their efforts for tho coming colored school and to give thanks for the progress that has been made After tho speech- making a delightful supper was set ved by tho women Mr Crenshaw presided and called on various speakers Almost all were complimentary to Prcs Frost and told ot his help for tho colored people in one way or another Some of tho college people laid particular stress on the good progress tho negroes are making and the fact that this great opportunity which will bo opened for them in the now school will bring them good only as they ac cept it and use 1t Mm Crcnshaw read a totter tram Miss Robinson who was unable to be present and then told of her work at the local school and the need for greater Interest In education among her own people INS Frost In replying to various addresaes mode a number ot explan ations about tho plans for the school He pointed out that several of the college workers who had spoken had- come hero since tho separation and is ore the same kind as tho old ones Ho said the roorgaulzatlou had been so slow because it had been neces sary to take along tbo trustees tao ulty and donors a body too largo to bo moved rapidly and how finally ovary step hind been taken with the approval ot all ot tho trustees and most of tho other friends of the school Ho told also of the tight against the Day law and ot tho man who had maligned him and the college Ho Bald that In ono way ho would bo Glad of the Judgment Day because then his heart which had always been true to his duty hero could be seen awl would give tho lie to tho men who had wild ho was un friendly to taw colored people Going on with his talk about tho raising of tb funds and the plans for tho now school ho said that tho work was slow because the dally needs of the school hero and ot tho two hundred colored students that hires is helping at othur schools had to be attended to first When ho came here Pros Frost sold llorun was worth about 60000 halt of what tho now colored school U to be Hut ho went on the now fund was not raised yet Mr Curne glo hind only promised to give the 00000 and Heron would not got It till us much moro had been raised A little over JROOOO of this had been promised but It might take months or years to get tho rest and till it was nil raised nono could bo used And then there would be moro do lays Tho site of Uio school would have to be found at the place where It would be best for tho school and for all tho people ot tho Ktato tho buildings would lanvoto bo put up and BO on- When this should all bo done there would be some real good tram It Tho Day law was a wicked one and was planned and put thru In wicked ness but it often happens that the Lord overrules tho plans of wicked rsca for good and in this case It was wlso to sea what good there really would booIn tho first place tho col lege would teach moro pupils under tho now way than under tho old And In tho Second place In the now school them would be better ways of giving just tho things the colored folks need and no effort would bo wasted on things for tho mountain people or anybody chic It would be a school just for tbo negroes In closing ho asked the prayers of all in his bald task that of keeping ono college going and starting an other He explained that ho was too busy to bo a good neighbor that bo could not take time to talk with ono without hurting so many but that he wanted all to know that ho was n good friend and was working for them and he wanted their prayers Mrs Frost told of soma of the friends in tho North who gave hus bands or fathers or other dear ones for tho sake of the colored peoplo to tho war how they are watching the race to seo If they were making a good use of their freedom and If the blessing was doing the colored folks enorgh good to bo worth all that it had cost and how when they heard ot some of the things some ot tho COUNTING THE COST Now that the legislature is over it is time for the people to take stock of the work of the men who are sup posed to be their servants and sec whether or not they have done the things they promised and have worked for the good of the people or whether they have been foolish servants and have benefited some one else more than the people that elected them The question to ask about each act of the legisla ture is Has it benefited you and me the plain people or was it done for the good of someone else Here are a few of the things the legislature has done and a few it has not done Ask yourself that question about each of them and remember the legislature was democratic It has- Elected Bradley senator Appropriated 500000 for the Colleges of the state Passed a bill which puts the cost of the public schools large ly on the county thus making the poor counties cf the mountains bear a heavy burden and giving the rest of the state a further advantage over them instead of making the whole state bear its own burdens as a wholePassed an antipoolroom bill which is said to be wholly in the interests of the racing as sociationsPassed a child labor law which is one of the best in the countryPassed a bill for the benefit of Fayette Countys rich men that relieving them of part of the taxes which they have paid Prepared an amendment to the constitution allowing the people tovote on the question of extunding state aid for good roads This is a fine action Made appropriations for the state capitol allowing it to be completedMade liberal appropri ations for rninorv things a total ofover 1500000 Now most of these bill crake committees and uncie way the Republicans canm in another way theycan they failed to take it Eve for himself whether they weed with some of the better crat to the Senate instead insured the passage of alit seems to the The Citizen that Bradley could be clc to pay for something that anyother of the people tha so much a cents worth of have done worse but so mi that the Good Book tells a Boron boys and girls era doing they wore comforted for their losses Other speakers woreMr Ballard Mrs llitnain Mrs Melissa Ballard Supt Edwards Mr Goodloe Proto J fv Dlnsmoro Dr Thomson Mrs Stlgall Howard Hudson Mrs L V Dodge T J Osborne Mrs Rogers and Deacon Moran IN OUR OWN STATE Report Dradley and Willson Have Quarreled Dtnlcd Lunatic Begs to HangEd Mullins Captured Boa Wreck at Valley View BRADLEY DENIES BREAK Sen ator Bradley Sunday night mado the following statement In regard to ru more that IIP had broken with Coy Willson over tho temperance ques tionThere has been an evident attempt on tho part ot somo newspapers to show that thero has been a falling out between Gov Willson and myself and that there exists serious differen ces between us There Is positively no basis for the rumor and on tho contrary thero is not oven a scintilla of truth in It Gov Willson and I are on tho best of terms and I know ot nothing which could Interrupt that relationship BEGS TO HANG James Spalding a lunatic who went before tho Coun ty Judgo at Danville and asked to be locked up because ho wanted to kill his wife and children was sent to the asylum hero ho la now Ho surprised the warden In the Danvlllo jail by asking to be permitted to build a gallows in the jail yard and hang himself on It ED MULUNS CAUGHT Ed Mul line who Jumped hie boat In Drcath itt County about n year ago after Continued OH tilth page ss K Y It didnot Do any work for weeks but fool over the senatorship Make any appropriation for the improvement of the local schools or any that would help the mountain children Pass a county unit bill Pass a redistricting bill which would give the Republicans a fair s chance to win an election and get control of the legislature Take any action to stop the shameful lawlessness in the to bacco counties which is dis gracing the state and making the name Kentuckian a byword Make provision for the rais ing of the money that will be needed The Democrats evi dently intend to make Gov Willson who is not responsible carry the blame for the deficit that will be caused Pass the bill to change the whole tax system which is one of the things most needed in KentuckyRepeal the dog tax I S were defeated by lire Demo Democratic iiile and in one it be b mcd for them But They had a great chance and ry one has a right to decide ire wise but if they had unit Democrats sending Demo of Bradloy they could have lost all these laws And it that the laws that failed so tied were a pretty big price will never do you and me or t Bradley says that he loves ood The legislature might ht the man with one talent bout SUDDEN DEATH Mrs M A Logsdon died suddenly at her homo Wednesday morning fron heart failure She had been recover ing rapidly since her confinement will twins a couple of weeks ago and her death was entirely unexpected Besides the little twins she leaves flvo other children Her body will lo taken to Panola for burial today NO MORE SCHOOL TRUSTEES FRANKFORT KY March itThe Governor today approved the Sullivan House bill abolishing the present school trustee system and creating county boards for the management of school and employment of teachers The bill docs not apply to clUes and towns nor graded school districts THE ROAD TO SUCCESS Tho following is posted in a prom neat place In an newspaper oUletI Early to bed Early to rise Work like And advertise Uncle inquired of little Bobby it be had been a good llttlo boy Bobby No I havent UncleWhy I hope you havent been very bad Booby Oh no Just comfortable Son Say pa how do they raise political plums 7- PaDr grafting ray son The mot enterprising store keeper II the one that gives the best service The advertiser Is the most enterprla log merchant Read our ads to ce who Is most enterprising and will civ you the beat service CONGRESS Boys Have Fine Meeting and Learn About PoliticsSessIon Most Successful Yet and Helps Train Good Lawmakers One ot the most high minded leg- Islative bodies on record one which framed every kind of reform closed In Berea Tuesday night when the Moun tain Congress of 1908 came to an end Many good bills were passed and the session will long live In hIs tory as ono that defied predatory wealth the whiskey Interests and every other obstacle to progress and legislated only for the good of tbeI stateThe most Important law of the ses sion was that prohibiting the sale of liquor It was passed after a County Unit Dill had been defeated by the combined temperance and whiskey vote The County Unit Dill was sup ported by Marshal Vaughn In an eloquent address but was attacked by Gilbert Combs and others as not going far enough The whiskey men as usual said little but voted hard and the bill was lost The Prohibi tion Bill which came late in the session wax at first defeated but pass ed on reconsideration Another bill which caused trouble was that on the state aid for good roads This was passed and was vetoed by Gov Penix on the ground that it was unconstitutional The Speaker so far forgot himself as to refused to put a motion to pass the bill over the veto claiming that the Supremo Court would have to pass on the constitutionality but not ex plaining how the court would get a chance at the bill unless It was enacted Republican Leader Carl Kirk after much trouble eucceded In get ting an appeal from the Speakers rul ing put before the House and the Speaker was overruled Tho bill was then pasted unanimously Other bills passed were one grant Ing state aid for the public libraries one providing for an agricultural col lege supported by Francis Clark one establishing a state Bureau of Fores try one to protect fish one abolish- Ing the present school trustees which passed by a big majority after N II Ambrose had mado a strong attack on the present system and told of some of his experiences with it a bill to prevent combinations of capital to regulate prices an anti child labor bill supported by Elmer Frederic and Lcandor Stewart a bill to provide free text books for the public schools and an anticigar ette bill Bills which were defeated were ono requiring the cremation of all bodies which was supported by Leander Stewart In an eloquent but gruesome address a woman suffrage measure killed by a brlllant effort of J W Dooley but ono which brought the I statement from his opponents that after It no woman in her senses woul marry him and a bill for an approprl ration for the Berca Normal School The session was ill things consid ered a quiet one for 11 was ruled with an iron hand by tho Speaker whose blindness to members demanding tho floor was remarkable It was opened after tho usual formalltle by tho reading of tho Governors mes Base by tho Governor himself Tha message was too long to suit the Speaker so hu induced the Governor to cut It short Some excitement was caused at one point by the sudden dropping into tho Democratic ranks of n rooster securely tlel up but wit his voice at liberty- Organization was completed at tho morning session and was as follows OROANIZATIIN Governor J S PenIx Speaker Everett Kirk ClerkNoah Slay Assistant Clerk J O Bowman ChaplainArthur Oalley Doorkeepers John White and Ben Eubank Pages Jack And erson Martin Jones and Wiilard McGuire COMMITTEESRulesFrancis Clark Chairman Everett Back S W Grathwell J M Early and Charles Flanery Ways and Means Horace Caldwell Chairman J O Bowman J M Cain Rolla Hoffman Karl S Kirk Public Morals Gilbert Combs Chairman Arlie McGuire John Welch Marshall Vaughn Thomas Terry Internal Improvements Charles Fulkerson Chairman John McFerron Edgar Mooro Nathan Ambrose Ed gar Stanton Education Roy Eastman Chair man C J Lewis Henry Short Chester Gabbard Zeal Logan 0 ir ttOttOeout ossossooT- he I Citizen is Growing Rap S Idly Let Your Business g i I Keep Pace With it By Adver I tislng 8 f 0 IOO OOOOOOOOQi copyBEREA MOUNTAIN I MONEY TALKS 1 The Earning Power f Money at InterestIFew people realize the earn Ins power ot even small turns of money Some can of course do better than others but there is no ono who can not 8 avo ten cents a day In a year ten cents a day will am ount to thirtysix dollars and a half and in an average working lifetime ot forty years it will amount to ono y wrthousandlars That Is what ten cents a day will do At four per cent interest which we pay this despised turn of only ten cents a day will In forty yearn earn three thousand and twentyflv dol lars and will amount to tour thous 7 and four hundred and elgbtrhJdollars And almost any one can save more than ten cents a day lterestand dollars Deposits may be drawn out In whole or In part at any time without previous notice Small sums or larger ones If you with may be added from time to time at your conveniences Our resources are more than a quarter of a million dollars and our capital surplus and stockholders liability amount to ono hundred and ten thousand dollars more Berea Bank Trust Co TOBACCO WORM TURNS Raiders Killed Near Birmingham Other Signs of Improvement In situation but Lawlessness Goes On 1 The most hopeful signs that have appeared for a long time in the to bacco trouble have come during tho week and they came just at the time when things seemed darkest Thero is no real gain and tho raiders I1reias bold or bolder than ever but there has been a little turning the first in weeks The best thing that has happened was the killing of four raiders Who they were is not known but evidence has been laid before Gov Wlllson that tour men were killed and others badly wounded in raids near firm ingham Thero aro also reports that 1 In the last three weeks sixteen men have been killed or wounded in raidsibesides those killed by the raiders These men are burled secretly and those that aro wounded are treated secretly but spies who are working for Gov WHIsons 500 reward hare seen and tracked them Another good sign has been tho forming bf a Law and Order League to stop the raids The members are among tho best In tho state and are known as game and determined men Gov Buckner was chosen president and a big fund Is being raised jo do the work the state has failed to per form And then J Campbell Cantrlll president of the Kentucky Union ot the Society of Equity has issued a letter to the society in which he says that riot and lawlessness mean tho ruin ot tho society Ho says that unless the law is upheld all the good that the society has done will go or nothing and that tho society is being held responsible for tho night riding and losing the sympathy and help ot good men every where Tho raiders meanwhile have beeu about 03 bad as ever They shot to death one unarmed grower Hiram Hedges near Carlisle Ho had already promised not to plant any tobacco when he was killed The attack was ono of the most cowardly ever known t In the state and If theme are moro of them the state will lose its name for bravery which is about the best thins It has loft The raiders have also shown their contempt of tho law and the state by threatening the Circuit Judge at Paducah who had empanel ed a special grand jury to investigate the raids I TOBACCO DEAL RUMORED A report from Winchester Tuesday says that an agreement has been reached between the Equity Society and the Tobacco Trust whereby the Trust will buy the whole of the 180U and 1907 crops paying therefor near ly 14000000 on condition that noIcrop bo raised this year The Society denies that any deal has been com pleted s Ask la ono of the most Important words in modern life You surely 1 wont get what you dont ask for Ad verUslng Is asking Advertise j IBS1 FROM CITY TO FARM- YY H Un with credulity to the wbipdnee of finer who parse with eaeme of hopelho eect that ees will perform the proml of south therLaDtome dflcleDde of tbe pretdar will b supplied b th OnoWJ aUed to the bitory of RIs Prioc of Abyuinia By ERNEST McGAFFEY Aofhr of 7otmj of Gun and Rod Outdoor fotmj oftheTotan Etc Copyright by Joseph D Uowlcs Alone on the Farm Alone alone all alone Mono on a wide wide sea And never a saint took pity on My soul In agony Some natures are hopelessly grega rlous they plno in solitude they wither outside of an environment which docs not provide plenty of pea pie They doto on company but then misery loves company To tho average conventional typo of man or woman there is always a pleasing outlook in tho average conventional state of existence The man rises at a certain hour stung into natural or simulated activity by the venomous rattling of an alarm clock lie bathes dresses eats and goes down town often catching the car at precisely the same hour every morning and quite frequently arriving home for supper at the SantO hour year in and year out Ho wears about tho same clothes that all the rest of the men wear and plugs along through life with almost as much variety in his experiences as- a pet squirrel in a revolving cage If he did not meet many men In the course of the day read two or three morning afternoon and evening pa pens bear tho gongs on the street cars see lights hear music in the streets take in the smoke and glare the dust and grind of the dally hubbub In his particular city he would be as lonesome as a coyote The average woman in a city If she has children puts in a good deal of time over them She reads a little engages in an occasional catchas catchcan contest with the piano does tho maUnee shops churches and parks has her little circle where the ladles gather to read Drowning and toast their liege lords Trust them to tinker the little tin monsters And in various and sundry desperate ways she strives to stave off the creeping ennui that threatens her ex istence It she be a childless woman she seeks the doubtful solace of the clubs and tags on to the kitetail pf some belated reform Doth she and her mate the average dweller in the city do not know what they are really pursuing In the maze of life but that they are actually after something both are firmly convinced Each would be deadly afraid of the prospect of actually depending on themselves for companionship Each needs and must have the change and contrasts afforded by frequent association with their kind each Is a biped with very few if any innate resources of their own for enjoyment Put such a man or woman on a farm to stay there for a year and they have three avbnues of escape and three only to wit Drink opiates or Bedlam There Is a story weird jjowerfnl of a man who was always seeking crowds In the early dawn ho was to bo seen among tho masses of laboring people crowding to work during the morning ho appeared where the idlers thronged at noon his face was seta where the city dined and drank In the afternoon ho could be found lo the parks strolling where the picknlckers and merrymakers gathered on the lawns at night he was amid the home going toilers and later with the theatergoers Going out into tho country to most city people means going to some Resort so tailed where you view nature through a smoked glass dress Immaculately so as not to be out shone by your fellow rcsortera and where you sit in a hammock and read light novels This with an occasion al swim and possibly a moonlight boating trip constitute the essence of being next to natures heart It is quite pathetic at these places to see what a wild thrill a daybeforeyes terday a sporting sheet from a metro poUt newspaper will cause among the men As for the ladles they sail about airily and warily a shirtwaist ed brigade of disconsolate gossipers for the most It is a general error to suppose that everyone would be happy on a farm It would be nearer the truth to say that most people would be simply desperate in six months The country people get In touch with city life Quickly and take on the urban spirit very quickly witness the many professional and business men who have come from tho farms But the city man or woman even when caught young are hard to blend with the fields and woods and mo notony as it seems to them of act sal farm life Now it happened that in the case of Cecile and myself we both had a natural and deep love for outdoors Not merely in tho dense of its music and Its picturesqueness but a perfect agreement with Its silences Tho change and blend of following and fading seasons was a source of tire lets delight to us If we had either of us been inoculated with the rest less boulevardlsh serum which craves some now excitement everyday this life on an isolated farm would have been worse than solitary confinement at hard labor hut there Is an endless variety and charm In the country Ir YOti carp for such things If you tlohvt 1Virhy tioroa rrp end ont To bo alone on a farm Ian very much alone It you are city and If you aro not farming for a living the opportunities for reflec tion and contemplation aro so much the more In evidence About the first thing a person real lies who has gone from a particularly active life in the cities to tho seclu sion of country life Is that ho has been going at a fierce speed Llko a top in midcareer upright smooth In motion to the observer yet spinning at a very high tension You may miss tho dally papers for a time tho question of what they are doing in Eu rope may still have a lingering Interest to you The sound of distant strife may yet hold a faroff seashell murmur to your ears and for a few days it will be In a rather hazy mood that you look at the hills and the pastures the clouds and tho sun sets There is a newness about it not at all unpleasant but you are not yet adjusted to the present surround ings Gradually and almost Imperceptibly you commence to slide into the grooves of another life The echoes and lights of the city fade away your friends drop off In their correspondence your relatives are more and more infrequent in their re sponses to your letters stray newspapers chronicling the achievements of your professional or business asso elates come less often by the rural delivery you know and feel that you have loosened your hold of society commerce art the clubs and other artificialities of modern city life and that you arc burled on a farm as your former acquaintances would put It They are still going at lightning speed They are pursuing tho will olhewlsp happiness and as they fig uro It they aro succeeding more or loss But they have a hunted look If you happen to come to town after a year say and their laughter sounds somewhat hollow to tho ear Should they come to visit you as likely as not they will balanco on the extreme edge of your chairs and say dont it get awfully lonesomo out here They are perfectly honest in this view of the situation and the green sweep of fields and meadows the horizon hung with cloudland glories and framed with never so glo rlous a sunset would seem Infinitely less attractive to them than a merry goround and a barker in front of a sideshow They consult timetables and show a lively Interest in the com ingand going of trains especially tho goingBut after these Incidental visits are over there remain long days and starless nights wide vistas of budding and fading seasons which hold for the sojourners on a farm no speech from others no excitements save the subdued pleasures of this more even tenor of existence Dally duties take up little tlmo only when the family is mado up of three with a baby as the third party singular There will be many hours when you will be absolutely alone If you mean by that separated from human companionship But after all Is It such a calamity to bo islanded in with green seas of grass and growing corn with glowing woods and autumnal beauties with the scent of a wilderness of pink white apple blossoms or oven with bleak fields and verdureless It did not seem so with us There was never a day of the entire two years when we felt really lonely We had our days for ourselves when we were alone and is that often tho case in the cities So many Infinitesimal strands seem dragging at you in the towns to hold you aloof from any real leisure any meditative moods and closo companionship You can get acquainted quicker with your family In the country than you could on a desert island In the country you get time to think and you wonder how you did so much business in the city and saw so many people and went through BO much stress and storm without ever giving it a single thought Gradually tho tangles In your brain get straighten end out and you can see amusedly that what is known as the strenu ous life has Its wild absurdities Ira aglrie a tree leading a strenuous life or a star Nature builds her edi fices with beauty and strength with gradual unfolding and symmetrical outlines Men build quickly except as in the pyramids and their struc tures tumble to the ground Nature has no ruins amid her temples We were alone with the sweep of a beautiful country about us with bird life plantlife treelife prolific and Inexhaustible at our very doors We were alone with historic associations In the river closo by with its van ished warriors and French and Span ish explorers dimly seen In the fading past Wo were alone with the sea sons the fire of spring the roses and fruitage of summer the scarlet and gold pageantry of autumn the wild winds and the starblazing skies of wintry nights We were alone with our books and our music the baby and ourselves and it was like touching tho enchanted isles of the blest to bo so alone r manar of a dread at the thought of being alone Far bo It from mo to chant tho Joys of a monkish retirement 01 set myself up for a hermits gay lifeA man and a woman make all there Is to this cruel world of ours ii a part of my sworn creed and I sub scribe heartily to the Biblical axiom that It Is not good for man to be aloneBut does It not mean a lack of dl vlnlng onos own possibilities when a man or a woman feel distraught 01 uneasy when there Is no one around to make a diversion In the round ol existence Is there loft no relish foi calmly sitting alone and musing on the joys and Ills of worldly life ol bringing up the past and dreaming ol the future of planning for days tc come and yet not with that feverish anxiety which robs city life of sc much possible attractiveness Alone on a farm means alone with only a tithe of the responsibilities which aro saddled on men and women in the cities Duties and responsibilities arc all very well in their way Indeed life would bo blank without them nut there Is no need of being Intemperate in that respect and loading ones sell down with a multitude ot petty crosses which take tho salt and the cavor out of living The main Impulse in your retirement when your thoughts drift city ward Is to look back on the life you left In tho city with infinite amuse ment You remember when all that rush and hurry and kaleidoscopic ImJlOrtaptltdoesnt where else is simply one phase of ex- Istence and there Is really nothing Im portant but contentment There Is a beautiful sense of calm in lookinG out on perfectly clear skies with the farm stretching to the valleys and hills and reflecting that in all the cities in existence there Is not sc much peace as in these spaces To be alone In a crowd is much worse than to be companioned among solitudes To bo happy is a gift and the Fates find so much that makes for sadness In crowded streets that tho happy souls are few behind urban wallsWo two in those sun washed vaults of cloudless blue that dreamed above us wore moro nearly ourselves with out let or hindrance than we had over been In the towns There was a buoyant chord In wind or storm which seemed to sing to us There was not even the trace of loneliness in tho air Smoke squalor dust wrnnglo ol creeds the noisy insistence of metropolitan lifeall these were as ugly mists which had passed away and loft behind hardly a vestige of the shadow they cast t It Is a fair test if some one comes to see you who Is entirely companion able whether tho tac0t4htJileav Ing makes aUlffercneowlJicfr lngen with you The real hitch comes when the contrast Is presented We had some very welcome visitors at the farm nnd enjoyed their coming great ly They liked tho country for a change and one at least of them really regretted his going nut forth most part after the novelty wore off they wore ready to return to the cities again and tho very fact ol their readiness to get back made their farewells moro of a formality With the one man whose stay was marked by the delight which only a genuine lover of nature feels In congenial surroundings we parted with genuine regret and were delighted when hi made us a return visit protesting that ho had pierced to the secret of our enjoyment of the farm and showing by his unreserved happiness in out doors that he was one of the elect Paradoxical as It may seem if we were ever lonesome It was for solitude Wo had made friends with every tree and pasture on the place we knew where the birds nested and where tho flowers blossomed An old orchard where a house bad once stood was a favorite rendezvous for us for the shadows of its former occupants seemed moving where the sunken hearth stono barely showed and where tbo wellcurb h+ d been grown over thickly with sheltering grass We know where tho fox squirrels nested or bad their retreats la hollow trees and where the quail wero bring ing out their broods in the tall grasp alongside the fences or In the black berry thickets or ravines in the dim her Study nature as you will and her secrets over seem to grow more in number and still moro fascinating in their uncertainty- It was not lonesome to view tho sun going down westward slopes nor to watch the tiomogolng robins and tur tledoves as they flew past The presence or the absence of human faces or evidences made no change In tho tide of days The advent of a neigh bor or the clatter of passing wheels marked the sign of happenings In a rural neighborhood and school chip dren trailed past to tho country schoolhouse wee bits of mortality In the panorama that spread out before usTime passed easily and for themost part Uneventfully and even the hews that the circus had como was not a matter to make our hearts beat faster On Saturdays in the summer thero were band concerts at the county scat and occasionally the drama was presented by traveling troupes of great hlstrlonlo ability in such roles as Camille Hamlet and Uncle Toms Cabin But we shunnei these frivolities as foreign to tit quiet life which we were enjoying and our social appearances were few and far between For the most part we were wrapped Ina semiIdle semi busy life with just enough of duties and obligations to keep us moderately employed and just enough wholly sweet and satisfying leisure to make ui glad Indeed that wa were alone ERNEST McGAFFEY Jesus the Good Shepher- dS rSchool Unon for April 5 1908 Sctehltr Prsptrod or This Piptr 1K8SON TEXTJohn 10tl Memory verse 9- OOIURN TEXT = fhe good shepherd flvelh till llfn for the sheepJohn 1011 TIMESeptembcr A D 9 at the feast ot tabernacles John 72 Some commen talons however consider that John 9110 tl took piece at the feast of dedication John 10K In November The Ittttnr part ot tho third year of Jesus public rnlnlitryPtjACKJerusa1em On the second supposition ai to time the exact place was Solomons porch on tho east side of the temple Jesus with Ills audience mlcht have seen tho shepherds gathering their scattered locks If they grazed out trot the courts of the temple over the neighboring hlllPubllo Commentary IISRSOXS Irobablr tho blind man whom Christ liail Just healed some of Chrlifs disciples and some of the Phari sees Comment and Suggestive Thought The Twofold Parable the Fold the Shepherd Vs 10 First let ui try to put ourselves back among tho sheepfolds of Christs time How ware they arranged The fold was a walled enclosure open to the sky with n solid door which was closely barred at night by the doorkeeper and opened by him In the morning when the shop herds came to claim their snoop which they had left in the fold the previous evening In order to lead out to pasture Century Bible The doorkeeper or porter would knew that anyone found climbing in over tho wall was a thief a sneak thief or a robber a more violent rascal The Twofold Interpretation of the ParableVs 742 What double analogy did Christ draw from the parable Ho was the Door T 7 and tho Shop herd v 11 Why did ho run the rlskof confusing his hearers Dccauso truth is so manysided and Christ means BO much to men that many comparisons are needed to picture It allFirst Analogy Christ the Door vo 79 How Is Christ like the door ot a fold Through him alone can men enter Into tho peace nnd safety that a fold Implies safety from the ravening boasts of sin peace in the consciousness of safety Through the door too they go out v 9 Into the pasture What am a doo fo any how Jos to shot yo out Jes to abet yo In or to lot yo tbro Jesus am de Doo do way Into do Kingdom an ho am de Doo do way out Into life Ho sho did say If yo enters In by mo yo shall bo savedno evil can git by do Doo Jesus An yo than so out an in Honey dat am Ito free door what ho am all do time promUln An yo shall find pasture Bat am Us fullncsa of life what ho am all do time tellln bout Whon yo passes out an when yo passes In yo she nut has to pass right by do Moatah and look him plum squar In do oyesJ W Lawranco Gb in and out was a phraao familiar to tho Jews See Dout 28 6 Pan 121 8 Jer 37 4 Why did Christ say ho was the door of tho sheep rather titan of the fold Because Christ was thinking ol his Individual followers tho sheep rather than of the fold his church Ho Is tho door of both Who wore those that came before Christ tho thieves and rubbers whom tho sheep mild nut hoar Not the prophets who humbly polntod forward to Christ but the Jewish leaders ol the Llama just before Christ and es pecially the PhnrlsuoB They bad laid many heavy burdens upon tho people who hud been compelled to obey the soveiro requirements of formal religion but thnlr hearts never yielded to these false leaders the sheep did not hoar thorn Second Analogy Chris tho Shepherd vs 1018 2230 As opposed to tho Pharisees wrong way of enter ing tho Kingdom Christ was tho Door but as opposed to the charge ter ot the Pharisees ho was the Shop hnrd Ac mediator between God and mite ho Is tho Door as prophet or teacher ho Is the Good Shepherd James M Macdonald D D This Is a frequent metaphor of the Old Testament applied to God and to Gods honored servant Num 27 1521 PIIIl 23 SO 1 lila 40 11 Jer 23 14 Kzck 341116 Zech 11 417 Homer often speaks of his kings and loaders as shepherds see also Platos nnnubllc Hook I The figure has Impressed Itself deeply on tho mind of Christendom and is conspicuous In tho art and literature of the churches It Is still the emblem of the Christian ministry from tho office of the bishop with bye pastoral staff to that of limo village preacher who Is known us pastor Century Dlblo This Is tho favorite and most touching figure lu limn Catacombs It seems to inspire time early Christian painters with delightful skill How was Christ like a shepherd in 1 his care of men vs 1013 in 2 his knowledge of men vs 14 15 In 3 the breadth of his love for men v 16 in 4 the eagerness of mens lovo for him v 27 lit 5 his divine commission to care for Inca vs 15 17 18 25 29 Two Kinds of Hearers va 1921 3142 Christs words like a two- edged sword always divided hhsTieaa era into two classes those that mocked at hint or raged against him and those that went away thoughtful and impressed If not convinced It the last halt of tho chapter la to bo I referred to the same occasion as the first halt lice Time tho first sot of hearers oven tried to stono Christ for his claim of unity with Gow This stoning for blasphemy was orcscrlbpd Lev 2S 16 and the Jews had at Iin it only two months before In which rises otthAasorsttb yvul 1 S V- M DUKES BUBBLE It Durst Out It Led to a Great Dis covery It Is a dreadful tiling to live in tho house with a thief and worse not to know who tho thief is Dorothy and Mabol had tried over and over to salvo the mystery Thoro seemed to bo no solution to It The mystery was this One day In the winter a cousin of mammas a very beautiful young lady had come to visit at the house When she was dressing for dinner sho carelessly loft a valuable ruby pin on the dressing table After dinner the pin was not there Such a hubbub as Cousin Gladys created She cried and cried and al most had hysterics for tho pin was her most cherished treasure It had been given her by her grandmother whoso grandmother hail in turn given it to her o you see it was very very old and valuable- It was out of tho question to accuso either Maria or John of dishonesty for they were as honest as tho day la long Duko had been the soul of hon or over slnco ho had been nn inmato of tho household and what would A small fox terrier want of a largo ruby breastpin anyway Topsy bad denied any knowledge of the affair they could not suspect hor She might havo been guilty ot stealing a piece of fish or a mousebut what would a cat want to steal rubies tort The only possible solution was that some ono had entered the house whllo the family was at dinner stolen tho pin and gono off without being seen It there had only been footsteps in tho snow to trace the thiefbut hero was no sign So tho matter was dropped entirely except by the children who had ore aced wonderful tales about tho loss of the ruby anltlDotselves Harold disagreeable boy had gone off fishing and refused to tako any girls Ho declared they were always In the wayIId rather blow bubbles with my now plpo anyway sold Dot airily as Harold went down the walk Thoro was a suggestion of a sob In her voice but she hold her head high Mabel said not a word One thing aho did loveand that was to fish Duko pushed his cold little note comfort ingly into her hand He liked to go fishing too Out blowing bubbles was w i Duke Begged for a Bubble very fascinating especially with the now colored bubble soap nnd It was not long before the two little girls were happy again and Drko was wild with delight As each bubble grow bigger and bigger Duke barked loud er and louder and begged that one should be given him to play with But for little dogs bubbles are poor play things and last but a minute It re- Quired great attention on tho part of both blowers to prevent their work meeting instant destruction Dot blew the best there was no Question of that but Mabs bubbles seemed to last longer And It was ono of Mabs that went bouncing along on tho breezo with Duke in hot pursuit Both girls wero laughing merrily at the queer antics of Duke and his play thing when the bubble descended and Duke pounced upon his prize Of course it burst at once and Iho dog Jumped back with a snooze Then seizing something with his teeth ho sprang back Poor old Dukeyl cried Dot Ill blow you one just aa big Just watch But Duke was not interested In bubbles ho had found another play thingOh drop that old stick and come ilongt cried Mabel See Duke Seethe nice big bubbles Catch It sirs Catch Itl But Duke would pay no attention I believe he has something alive laid Dot Perhaps Its a poor dear little toad Oh Dukoy arent you ashamed of yourself Duke waggod his tall not a bit uhamed and deposited at Dots feet a queer and dirty object tIt isnt a toad said Dot Its only sn oldwhy Mabel Elolso Fletcher ItsIts and Dot gasped In amazement at the object In her baud I Ita Cousin Gladys lost ruby pin shouted Mabel Whcro under tho lun did It come from Pipes wero dropped In a hurry and toe two llttlo girls stood and gazed at lach other In silence Duke wasI lumping impatiently1 for hllpldy filing Then Mabel looked up at the w house The window In tho spar room where CousIn Gladys bad alopt was opon and the ruffled white curtain blew gently In and out As they stood spellbound tho curtain blew In toward Ilhe table and out again and on tho edge of tho ruffle was a scrap of paper which fluttered slowly to the ground Ah cried Dot BOftly I see tho thief And then they rushed indoors to tell the news Great good news it was too Tho ruby pin hat apparently been caught by the same curtain and gently de posited outside IC1 + ho ground as the scrap of paper hat lou and there it had lain hidden in the naw and mud and now spring grass Cousin Gladys received a telegram that afternoon nnd In reply tnls tailor cnmo My dear little cousins and Duke too I am so happy to hoar that my treasure has been found that I want you to bring It to me and to spend a week with me In tho cltynll three of you So ask your mother to pack your trunk tell your fabler to pat you safely on the cora and I will meet you We will have a jolly good tlmo and you will bo hero just In tlmo to bo bridesmaids at my wedding for whist you will each have n pretty now frock presented to you I wont take no for an answer Boon after the receipt of the totter two very ImporUtnlIooklng little girls and an equally Important looking lllllo dog started for tho city leaving liar old on tho station platform waving an envious goodbye Isnt It fortunate sighed Dot a they settled back In tho big cushioned seat that wo didnt go fishing that dayNanny Scott in Washington Star CATCHING THE MICE Can You Tell How the Cat Played Fair Play fair said the mice You know the rules of tho game Yes I know tho rules said the cat 1vo got to go round and round The Problem of the Cat and the Mica the circle in tho direction that you aro going and oat every thirteenth mouse but I must keep tile whlto mouse for a Illbit at tho finish Thirteen Is an un lucky number but I will do my boat to oblige Yo- uIlurry up then shouted the mice Give a fellow time to think said the cat 1 dont know which of jrou to start at I moat figure It out Willie tho oat was working out the puzzle ho fell asleep and tho spell bo lag thus broken tho mica returned homo In safety At which mouse should the oat havo started tho count In order that tho white mouso should jo the last often Whon the reader hits solved that little puzzle hero Is a second ono for him What Is tho smallest number that tho cat can count round and round the circle If bo must start at onoLinBIOUIO last ot all HANDY CABINET FOR SHOES It la Made Out Of Boxes from the Store Oblong boxes can be obtained from the grocer of any desired length and high enough to allow the shoes to be slipped In easily They are fastened together after the fashion shown ia Handy Cabinet for Shoes the accompanying illustration with partitions Inserted as required The cracks may be filled with putty says the Pralrlo Farmer and a coat of black paint added to Improvo the ap pearanco of the cabinet Flaps may be attached to the front to prevent the dust from settling on the contents if wished A GOOD TRICK Adding Two Knives Together ants Getting a Thousand Borrow two knives from your friends then ask them it they can add two knives to gether and make a thousand Most likely they will not bo able to do it Then you can show theta the an swer wo glvo In our illustration1 You see tho two knives make M which is tho Roman character for ono thousand You may think you are modest as a flower but probably your neighbors say you have nerve te burn IWANT FLOWERS Ot rUwen TubU Fen 1unrral Dnlcni- WmlrilnrI I Tier rtlwl Plant PHONE ALBERT I The Porter Drug Co iNCOBFOIiTKD PHONE 12 BEREA KY M eoeloloSosoSoSoSO ono 0SoSoSOR0 oSONOS0 0SoSoSOS0SO O oI Berea and Vicinity i 0 0 o s FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES iGATHIUlBD0 C 041oeeeo DR BEST o DENTIST CITY rfloxx ua OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE U S Wyatt la kick abed with the grippe Mrs Iat Kcarns and children of I IarU Ity aro visiting homo louts this week The Conversation Club will meet this week with Mr and Mrs Cart mell the subject being The Defect ChildW and Ed Porter and Dr Davia loft hero Monday noon tor a short trip to Louisville Dr Davis returning Tuesday night Tho baby toy of Edgar Bcrlvner born last weeK died Sunday and was burled In the cemetery Monday even lag- S Mr Blcrley who Is Raving tho col lego farm will leave town the last of the week for his now place near Philadelphia Mrs laura Jones will have her Spring millinery opening from April 3 to April 18 Como whether you buys ha or not We take pleasure In showing our hats Miss Eva Duncan who has been In Cincinnati for several weeks came homo last Saturday She has accept ed a place AS trimmer with Smith and AIcKco at Uurkesvlllo Ity t Mr and Mrs M K Pasco who left hero last week to attend the fun eral of a brother 1nlaw In Newark Ohio Are expected homo Thursday night Theodora 0 Pasco who la now Superintendent of Schools at Mont pcllcr O will arrive Saturday for a tow days visit with his parents John I Scrlvncr and family of Station Camp have moved to town and located on Center fit to get the ben out of the school Mr Scrlvner Is a brother of Thomas Scrlvncr i Tho second Convention ot tho Count Superintendents of tho astern Normal District will bo held In Richmond April 123 A long pro A gram has been prepared and both tho local school teachers and visiting t educators will bo heard from It J Engle has Bought 25 foot next to the old Dr Robinson place and i storyO Hthe part and up stairs 7 SPECIAL NOTICE- dto Till further advisedall who ofbring 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 J all who have over 500 worth t of dental work done Ill if buying Railroad ticket take receipt tor money for the round trip fare and the re ceipt will be taken as cash t All work guaranteed to be la first class in every respect 1 and to givegoodsatisfaction Only best class of materials used DR V H HOBSON DENTIST PkMs life J Rlckrexd Yy- a loe 98 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES riion No IS Combs Bros deliveredeves us up All goods Miss Gertrude Hulctt has mumps Ira Frank Llvcngood la having mumps this week HUs Ruth Putnam Is home from Oxford O for tho spring vacation Miss Lucy Hayes of Dig lUll was In gThePublic school began last Monday Mrs Salllo Adams la having an addition made to her house on Center street Miss Bottle Lewis and Minnie Nicely made a ohort trip to RIch inond Saturday Susie Guinn cave a birthday party at her homo on lllchmond Pike to quite a number oC her friends last Friday and the evening was enjoyed b allMr and MM J J Branaman had as their guest lat week Mrs Ella Lyon of Ashland Ky Mr Sid Combs has moved into the house on Center St recently occupied by Lewis Johnson Mrs Grover C Fish of Ludlow Ky has been visiting with her parent Mr and Mrs S E Welch A very enjoyable leap year party was given last Friday evening by Mrs Ball on Depot St to a party other friends Miss Grace Hayes was the guest other Jistcr Mrs Elen Mitchell of Silver Creek Saturday and Sunday Willie Lowen and slater Salllo visited relatives at Crooksvlllo Ky last week Miss Margaret Wallace has had grippe and tonsillitis for thq past week Mlwcs Grace Cornelius and Ruth Edwards were Richmond shoppers Friday and Saturday Ransom T JlcQuInn and Miss Elizabeth Howard woro quietly married last night at the brides home They will go to Mr McQulnna fathers homo at Campton Wolfe County where Rancom will take charge of the farm Their many friends here join In congratulating the happy couple Mrs II D Jones and her little son of Cincinnati are visiting her pareats Mr and Mrs Samuel G Hanson Friends of Wilt Hanson who has recently undergone an operation will be sorry to learn that ho is planning to close out his Interests in Win cheater and go to Colorado to live Ho hopes to get away within a few days Mrs Laura Jones makes a specialty of huts alone Miss Pearl Cain of Louisville Ky a trained city trim mer will fill your orders Wo guarantee satisfaction Henry Bingham and E E Wyatt have taken a contract to put up a two story brick block for Mr Parkey Smith of Climax on the lot between the old bank building and Mrs S R Bakers store Tho Job Is to be be done this summer A reception was given at the Par Ish House Monday night for the six yaeven new members who have Joined tho Union church slnco the first of the year There was a very pleasant time Mr and Mrs Gamble contributing a few songs Tho residents on Estlll ut barn got together for a needed Improvement and are having maple trees set out They will stand 33 feet apart and eight feet from tho sidewalk making- a very pleasant street John Pasco who is traveling In the south for a Cincinnati firm was hero a taw days last week Mr Hiram Pigg Ite moving back this week to his old home In the country near Big Hill Pike The Misses Lowen had as their guest last week their aunt Mrs John Dawson of Versailles Ky Tho Christian Endeavor Society of the Union Church has grown so In thQ last few weeks that it has had to move from tho parlor Into tho main room There are from Gf to 7G In attendance every week Now tho weather Is getting warm so that it Is pleasant to be out doors people especially ladles who have business at the Main St stores aro greatly bothered by a gang of loafers that hangs out at a small store in the middle of the block Sometimes It is Impossible for ladles to get thru without being Jostled and pushed by the loafers and many are kept from going into tho store to trade Most of the boys arc from the college and some way ought to be found to mako theta leave the sidewalk free to thoso who have use for It Mr L L Shadoln who was confined to the hospital for a couple of weeks and was forced by his poor health to give up his work as editor oC The News Is staying with Dr and Mrs Cowley and is now nearly recovered Mm Wm A Cook returned Tues day from a three days visit to Bates vlllc Ark She says that spring is much farther advanced there and it seems quite wintry to her fiere The recent law against working telegraph operators more than nine hours a day in railroad stations open nil tho time has gone into effect and In order to get around tho law the L C N is closing Its station hero every day for two hturCrom 500 to 700 p in Tho closing exercise of the Berea colored ovbool will take place In tho houso Friday evening April 3 730 p m Address by the Rev O W Dell of Middtesboro Ky All are invited Admission ten cents The y M C A has received a hundred stcrcoptican slides showing missionary work in China As there aro too many to show in one hour and the slides can only be kept over one Sunday It is planned to have the New Furniture Store 1 SELL FOR CASH OR CREDIT i To the people of Berea and vicinity I wish to announce that Iwill A open a first class Furniture and Undertaking business in Hanson Hall Main Street Berea Kentucky and I cordially invite you to come in and i see my new and complete line of t Bed room Suits from 15oo to 4000 Iron Beds 175 12o0aSide Boards u 15oo 25oo Folding Beds 15oo 8000 Parlor Sets 25oo 4000 Davenports ISoo 8000 Rocking Chairs at all prices Carpets Mattings Tugs and Lace Curtains in fact everything in Home Furnishings Call and see the New Store Respectfully C C RHODUSMain Street Berea Kentucky Sunday night chapel services given over to tho showlnp of them and a talk on missions In Chins Bargain in Real Estate porcheslarge provements located on Chestnut St Quartersforcow horse 100 chickens Must ho seen to bo appreciated A particulars lOur Spring Opening II of Ladies and Childrens Millinery begins Saturday March 28 1908 Famous Queen Quality Shoes Tailormade Suits and Skirts Dry Goods and Notions Ladies and Child rens Furnishings I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED MRS S R BAKER L Richmond Street Berea Kentucky 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 Get First Choice Seeing is believing Hay Corn Feed and Meal a Specialty R J ENGLE Phone No 60 Berea Kentucky s CI itetKkKKKKKKKRKatKKKKKKKKKRK1KKKkKkKeN4tyHNIKKKKKkKKKKKK I THE CLEAN GROCERY IT WILL PAY YOU to Call on Us for Staple and Fancy 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AdYCUlal rates on pplicatlOIl uruncR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION i Tho Boston Herald wonders If we cat too much This depends wo havn observed entirely upon the amount of food weve put away The world Is growing better In the opinion of Andrew Carnegie A man with that much money however slm ply cannot bo a pessimist China for tho Chinese is tho now cry in the Orient With tho Jap freez ing to Manchuria there isnt much r China left for the Chinese Tho duel which now hovers over Don de Castellane because of a street fight Is not likely to bo nearly so serious as the fight Itself The reading of the mlkados mes sago to the diet lasted just three min utes Always Improving on what they borrow from tho west those Japs i Spain Is to havo a new 80000000 navy which will be built In England British shipbuilders should have in creased respect for the American navy Never believe anything bad about anybody until you know It to be true says Dr Henry Van Dyke Does tho doctor want to destroy halt the pleasure in ifo- Another foreign nobleman has been captured by an American heiress Tho American Invasion has certainly put the crimps in the European matrimo nial markets Capt Hull of tho army says sol dlers should bo encouraged to marry Welt this is leap year but we ex pect higher pay is what tho captains driving nt An Indian of the name of Howling Wolf Is talking of running for congress If bo gets In ho will be surprised to find himself among some of the most ablo howlers extant A whole lot of people would be perfectly willing to put up with tho taken veniences of being prosecuted as trust owners for the sake of tho constant advantages of that position Jealousy says a French physician Is a disease If ho wishes to confer a favor upon humanity let him dis cover some method of preventing it by vaccination or inoculation New York now has a set of sun worshipers They may be valuable says the Baltimore American In counterbalancing tho night owls for which the town has become famous A woman doctor declares that men a dress clothes aro as dangerous tc health as peekaboo waists Never having worn the a we heel tate to deliver any commenton the subject The earl of Yarmouth Intimates that he fa ashamed of hit connection with Harry Thaw The Thaw family got ovor the folly of being proud of its connection with his disgrace of Yarmouth long ago Alcohol may enter Into the food of tho body as a generator of electricity but gentlemen on the water wagon who have done considerable expert menUng la their time have observed it only as a trouble generator Observe the cautious yet characters Istlcally luminous manner in which Mr Cleveland leads up to the proposl tlon This suggests without argu ment a reciprocal connection between the curtailment of opportunities of livelihood on one side and a reason able obligation of Indemnification on tho other According to statistics there were only 60 lyncbings In tho United States during the year 1007 which compared to 73 daring the previous year shows a commendablo falling off In the popularity of what Is known as the lynch law It slid shows an Increasing respect for the law of the land a condition that is very cheer ing to those Interested in right and rational government Prof Pupln whoeverho Is says that wireless transatlantic telephony Is ab surd A professor has agood deal ol nervo these days to say that anything Is absurd How duos ha know what domo schoolboy in tho mountains ol Tennessee will da next week StockLegislate Against It But Dont GalDbling Handicap Business By DEAN JOHNSON of School of Commerce sad Finance New York University I It is pertinent for us to consider the extent to which the money of the banks is used in speculation anil whether the evils attending such employment of bank deposits may not be minimized through n change in the banking system As mutter wnlln man say with 10000 to invest goes to his hank mid borrows such further amount as tho money rate nmy make it appear profitable With this he makes his purchase and puts up as collateral for the loan tho securities which then become subject in the matter of their resale not only to market conditions and the desires of the operator but to the fluctuations of tho money rate itself Meantime it is the banks funds that have been in actual employ ment When you find a ncans to regulate the money rate you will thereby regulate speculation I am disposed to believe that 90 per cent of the results of speculation in this country are beneficial broadly considered and that perhaps ten per cent are detrimental to the best interests of the nation The harm comes through tho developing of the gambling spirit particularly among young men I find here among my students that any mention of the stock exchange anti its affairs attracts instant attention they know all about bucket shops and their methods of working anti there is hardly any other subject on which they ore fo keen as one relating to trading in the security and commodity markets But the way to deal with that danger is not to handicap business in order that the youth of tho hind may be brought up in a state of blissful ignorance and free from temptation The thing to do is to educate them ton proper appreciation of the relationships of the factors of industry and to include the social system that furnishes this education adequate enforcement of laws protecting investors against misrepresentation and fraud 0LetSpiritual GuidePhysical By REV THOMAS E BARR Milwaukee a Man is an immortal being separate from the body in which on earth ho Ih3 and destined to a future in which real inner or spiritual nature will have opportunity for activity and experience beyond anything this world can give Experiences force recognition of the frailty and brief tenure of time physical man The spiritual is the enduring anti is meant to be tho controlling part of our nature Through the physical the spirit ual manifests itself But the motives of life are to be drawn from the spiritual outflow of energy through tho body is right fully directed to the conquest of the earth life Yet in all the acquire ment of learning the pursuit of wealth time endeavor for the manifold gifts of earth in comfort and home and knowledge and influence if these are the sole object of desire wo but enjoy them for a time and then go empty naked and ashamed into the spiritual which we must enter even though unprepared or unfit Mans body is animal with the propensities of the animal but with out its guarding instincts Uncontrolled by spiritualized intelligence tho debaR1menteAny success purchased by the sacrifice of the spiritual nature is u losing bargain This in no sense limits life or makes smaller its achievement The method of soul building is revealed in the motive while we not at the things which are seen but at tho things which are not seen for time things which are seen are temporal but time things which are not seen are eternal It is a question of viewpoint Over earthly ex perience is written then cometh the end Time spiritual viewpoint does not ignore or depreciate this life It puts it in its true relation The earth is ours to use to enjoy richly grandly but to profit by that in the use of this life we may hw fitted for the future that we may grow into the experience of those ageless principles which will make us at home whenever coming time may hear us I New York Dizzy Berg By MLLE ADELINE GENIE Jl W NtlU Cancer that hidden The look New York makes me dizzy there is- so much of it I have seen the city front one of the highest buildings both by night fnrjfarthcrth 1Jtho park in an automobile and the sky scrapers were u revelation to me I know Boiiiq foreigners have an idea that the Atner icans build skyscrapers just to be grandiose to show oil to have something taller titan anybody else in the world Iam not so foolish as to think sot With such a teeming population on such a narrow island I realize that the city must spread up in the air and not on the level as foreign cities doINew York women dress more simply I sh lishly as Englishwomen of the same class Here you see more tailor made gowns than you do in London There things are more uniTy and feminine I was quite disappointed in Paris The styles didnt make such a wonderful impression upon mo they looked like a mixture of the English and the American Altogether I was disappointed in Paris I didnt like it nearly 6CUa s London or as I like New Yorknow that I have seen a little of it q New York men are precisely like Englishmen well bred well dressed somewhat reserved dignified and selfrespecting There ia little difference in the matter of clothes unless perhaps the American is n bit more informal But Frenchmen they cannot bo compared to Londoners or New Yorkers They wear the voidest colorspurple ties and pink shirts and yellow waistcoats and flaring gaiters The New York men I have met are quietly but smartly dressed with nothing obtrusive about their attire that might attract undue attention A Frenchmen likes to star tie with hits clothes An Englishman or a New Yorker never tr1 y- FRATERNITY OUT 75000 SECRETARY OF MICHIGAN CON CERN IS ARRESTED Port Huron Man Peculates Funds of United Home Protectors Ullngi Them In Speculation Port Huron MichAn Investigation Into tho affairs of tho United Homo Protectors fraternity ot this city or dored by the state banking commis stoner ended Thursday with tho an nouncement that Supremo Secretary W L Wilson of this city is short a sum In excess of 75000 and his arrest In the afternoon on tho charge of embezzlement State Banking Commissioner Zim merman who took charge of tho af fairs of the fraternity Thursday states that Secretary Wilson had been investing heavily in electric railroad promotion and in oil und mining stocks He says that Wilsons pecula tions were committed by means of continuing on tho bqoks of too frater nity which operated a building and loan business as live assets mortgages and certificates of tho association which had been paid Mr Zimmer man says that the fraternity Is hopelessly Insolvent and that ho will apply for a receiver Secretary Wilson when confronted with tho facts discovered admitted ap propriating tho funds of tho assocla lion to his private use for many years says Mr Zimmerman Tbo amount of his shortage Is uncertain but as fur as the Investiga tion has proceeded It looks as though the shortage will net a larger amount than 75000 Tho United Homo Protectors fra ternlty was organized 14 years ago under a special act of tho legislature and conducted a building and loan business in tho form of a fraternity doing business only among Its own members There are about 100 subor dinate lodges scattered throughout both tho upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan with a total membership of about 2600 Port Huron Mich William U Wilson supreme secretary of the United home Protectors fraternity was arraigned Friday afternoon on tho charge of embezzling 75000 of the fraternitys funds Ho refused to plead and Justice Benedict directed that a plea of not guilty be entered Wilson waived the reading of tho In formation and his examination was tat for March 24 Ho was sent to jail With ball fixed at 50000 DUKE TO WED MISS ELKINS King Consents and Will Make Her Father a Noble Homo Alt doubt regarding the approaching marriage of tho duke of the Abruzzt and Miss Katherlno Klkins daughter of the American senator was dispelled Friday when tho fact of t Duke of the Abruzzl their engagement was admitted In the official journal Senator Elkins according to the journal Is to bo ennobled by tho king in order that the dukes bride may be a titled woman before she is wedded to the duke Tho duke Is to be promoted to the rank of viceadmiral and wllHiavo his residence In the royal palace In Venice SENATOR W P WHYTE DEAD p Famous Maryland Statesman Passes Away In Baltimore Baltimore MdUnited States Sen ator William Pinckney Whyto died at his home in this city Tuesday night Senator Whyte was taken ill while In Washington JItThureday and re turned as soon as possible Erysipelas developed and his condlUon became worse Tho end was peaceful Mr Whyto was born In this city Au gust 9 1824 and was the son of Joseph Whyte and grandson of Dr John Campbell Whyte Ills maternal grand father was tho famous lawyer and orator William Pinckney His politi cal career may be said to have begun with his election to the house of dole gates of the Maryland legislature of 18478 slnco which tlmo he has hold nearly every office la the gift of the people of his state Bishop Charles H Fowler Dies New York Rev Charles H Fowler bishop of tho Methodist Episcopal church died at his home hero Friday aged 71 His death Was duo to heart failure resulting from n complication of dlsnases Milwaukee Grafter Pleads Guilty Milwaukee Joseph J Qalewskl a former supervisor pleaded guilty Friday afternoon to am indictment charg ing conspiracy In connection with a- couatrcoalconttaet and was fund 1100 o 1 e WVUruuuuttJrVJ s nJ 7t t4 DOUBLE BROODING COOP It Is Not Hard to Build and Will Do Good Service The double brooding coop spawn In the drawing Is four feet squaro and three feet high at roar 2J4 in front It may bo built of tongue and groove stuff or straightedge boards one balt or thrccfourthslnch thick The hinged lids should havo two cleats each to Double Brood Coop make them firm In front Is a one Inch mesh wire netting and at the edges arc strips of threequarter by 14lnch stuff to insure rigidity In ono corner as shown In tho nest four Inches deep and 15 to IS Inches square according to the size of the hens kept Tho board floor explains tbo Orango Judd Farmer Is covered with sawdust or sand Food and drink aro mnro readily supplied through the door which preferably lifts In front as shown PROFIT IN POULTRY Farmer Keeps Accounts and Finds Biggest Money In the Chickens One farmer down east In order to find out whore the leaks Mil where thee gains wore kept an exact account with every department of his farm Ho discovered that he was losing money on his beef cattle that hogs Just paid for themselves that sheep were good if his lambs came early and that the poultry made tho largest per cont of profit of any feature of his farm Tho result was that ho quit fooling with beef and hogs and put more monoy and limo Into poultry Tho Increased prosperity on that farm was so marked that ho wrote out for publication his experience Because a hen Is small and a steer Is big Is n childs reason tot having contempt for tho former and respect for the latter says Partners Voice One of the biggest money makers In tbo world Is tho stro t oar business which depends on 1 1 rot y upon 1U in come for fivecent sates A stick of chewing gum costs but a penny yet just recently a syndicate was organS ized with over n million dollars capital to make trust chewing gum It will pay tho farmer and his wlfo to consider tho money thero may be made In poultry If wisely directed Organize time hon on n business basin put up new clean airy quartets get proper eggmaking teethe learn tho value of cleanliness light warmth and sun shine in winter get a good Incubator and control your hatches so that you vlll have winter layers broilers etc when they are moat profitable You will soon learn that for the mono Invested nod labor required tho hen is tho most economical and highly ef ficient converter of rough feeds into money you havo ever tried POULTRY NOTES Breed up tho flock and get uniform birds Shape makes tho breedcolor the varietylo try to keep n larger flock than you can take care of peep dampness out of tho poultry house that will help keep out dis ease Tho habit some hens havo of laying every day li not shared by all If you hatch eggs from these everyday lay ers you will soon find you havo no drones In tho flock In running your Incubator follow each and every Instruction given by the manufacturers to the letter They want to sea you succeed and aro not Imposing tasks they consider needless Neglected Fowls It Is seldom that neglected fowls are profitable A great many people have conceived tho Idea that they can start a flock and lot it alone and that the results will bo profits day by day As woll might a farmer plant a field to anything and expect It to produce a wood crop without caring for It The weeds would sport grow up and choko the economic plants In the poultry house wo do not have woods but wo have lice mites rats cats hawks diseases of many kinds und thieves These iIl correspond to the weeds that chose the crop In the field They toako It Impossible for time lazy person to succeed Lime for Sour Soils LImo Is the best corrector of sour soils If you had a plat that con tamed or produced a crop of sorrel last year you may rest assured that ItI Is sour and crop will not make a prof table growth thereon until tile sour ness Is overcome Usually an application of from ono to three tons per aero will bo ample in the average cases Resides correcting acidity tho limo will liberate much of the unsoK productiveness ublo plant food thuflncrc1slo tie r T co 1 HATCHING AND BROODING Timely Hints Concerning This Feature of Poultry Raking Overheating Is Injurious Turning tho eggs prevents bloa vcs g scla growing fast to tho shell It also prevents the contents of the egg scum settlingWhen chicks form near tho Bmtill end of the shell they are apt to tile In i tho shell lu starting time Incubator nil U ttits capacity with eggs an those will be poor results when only partially filled 1 In holding eggs for hatching do not p tN allow them In a temperature higher than CO degrees Eggs should be ns near a size as possible Largo and small once ptaced + In the machine at tho same tluu will not give good results Whoa eggs aro kept In n very wauii place the germ Is apt to start and they will quickly spoil when placed in tho tncublttortIn placing eggs In the Incubator see that tho largo end Is slightly ulgh r 1 than the small one Especially for hotter rogmlatton tho temperature the bad eggs In hotIncubator should bo tested out An authority says that Uu olnliryuech- ick may not be killed by ovortioat + r lag but the vitality of tho Limed Is so Impaired that the chicks recover very slowly If at all- Overheating destroys tho ten cur puscles of the blood Tho hlRh r Urn heat the whiter tho blood become n When an egg containing n Uvu gwriu Is surrounded by a lot of eggs eon tnlnln dead ours It Is In no conilttioit to get tbo proper heat nnd will have to lw a very vigorous germ It It hatches out at all In proportion to contents there U moro shell surface In a small CRR than a largo one so that to run nn tawua tor to suit tho small egg will bo ton I damp for tho larger ones wbcro inols i turo Is used and vlco versa I For a healthy growth of culoJO a warm dry and sunny room will own k pcnsatu for a lack of sunshine c Dont forgot In starting the IncuBn tor to clean out the heat or Hue pipe Into which the lamp chimney extends to put In a bran now wick to Q1lIiU sll- ho parts of the lamp thoroughly bRo ing the burners as near as possible as bright as when they nro now Uo good sowing machine oil on nil the bearing jiarts of tho machine after first carefully removing tbo dust andr ldirt Ii HONEY CASES 1 L Improvement In Shipping Pox Desired tby Honey Man 1 tt7In handling shipping oases of II4 F J lions for sale I find tho cover ns at present mAde very unsatisfactory sUp ping out of plnco unless nollod nfior selling every single station nod for my own personal uio I took two Alec Plan of Box and nailed on the front and back nacj having a ship lap as shown Than the mlddlo ploco is shiplapped and nudes to and fro forming a tight cover thAt holds In place however much the cue Is moved about Although 1 do not use n wedge lu my cases writes tbo corroapciulunt of 4 Dee Culture I found some difficulty Ii In removing the first section but overcame that by putting n thick piece of cartridge paper around ono auction with the ends upward long enough to catch hold of and lift tho section out Directions could bo printed on INK paper Tho difficulty might bo overcome by letting the cover run fzoiu front to back Instead of from end to end Then the wodgo could b i reymoved easily but the plcco oftfor lifting out tho firs lI think should still bo used Fowls In the Orchard The orchard Is a very good plpoe In which to keep fowls and there to uu reason why poultry yards should out DO extended to take In a largo area or orchard Usually tbo trees shodo thc ground too touch to make any limed of A crop profitable and this shade It just what the fowls nerd in tho stun mer time Their droppings art a great assistance to tho trees especially ifatho land is not too rich The farm era that have combinedd orcharding with poultry raising claim to have found It profitable and thero In go reason why it should not bo moro HO The only drawback generally to tJthe orchard Is not sufllclonUy well fenced to keep In tho fowls but It wilt ocost no moro to fence In a good area r of orchard than of other land The q larger the area fenced In tho less likely will the fowls bo to try to get out d Disease Checks Egg Laying I bought 25 pullets which had been a ifiN exposed to contagions diseases This 1was unknown to mo at tho time but i I have found out since When the birds camo In they looked perfectly healthy but after they were here twoeweeks I noticed some developinG chickenpox end wo have had a battle NfThlro I pens that laid probably 18 eggs a but there aro some that havo monthiIany eggs They lay for a thonthcy ret a tDjichjjf a and- Stan V ty a When Drenton Found OutB- y MARTHA MCULLOCH WILLIAMS i Copyright There was a dip In the path from V tho nato to tho steps only n llttlu In cline but enough to make tho house appear to meet clianco comers In an k nttUudo at onco discreet and conflf dcntlnl Tho hollyhocks arow along ijjo edge of tho porch added a sense of seclusion They were tall and lush and branchy enough to screen the wholo porch space throughout the pleasant weather People wondered not a little that tho Oreers did not pliant vines instead vines wore no much more graceful and lasting then theilDrenton was sick of right things therein to see tho hollyhocks at their boat In a blato of midsummer sunshine was to resolve that ho would live with them for tho next fortnight ut lonsL Ho turned In through tho sagging green gate with tho free step tof assured welcome It did not In tho least antoulsh him to have some tine say front out tho hollyhock am f bush Como lu though I dont bo Move you can have any business hero You nro mistaken Dronton Bald lulling faintly Settling oneself Is jwnyi a fearful buslucss Youll help inoT Oh 1 know you dont take board nra tiiuro la no look of boarders not tho lcait but youll let mo ajajT I cant toll until Mary sera you SMu nwny wont Ixt back for an hour tho voice ruined It was a tunas voice hlghpllchcd nnd weak yet not unpleasant Peering within the leafy nbado Dronton saw n wheel chair heaped with pillows among pittUTwas freshcolored almost handsome and n llttlo tannrd Ho hold out n knotted hand to Drenton ns ho added I chant sal a word Shod lot you Hay ITaho thought I wanted you oven tho least bit 1 should like to have trungo8tmuscfBbean tut In one spot for 12 years Denton ablvcinnl yot shook thl1- 11Jlltl hand warmly and sat down facing tho wheelchair I chant mako troublo rorMary ho said mlllnt yt pulplui a little over the nnma Toll mo about hur and voueanlf boforcn she comos Then I shall know bettor If I ought to ask chdlter here 1 want to stay badly and yot Theta In little to toll now Once I Utoiudit there was a great deal the tuna William Own said sigh Ing faintly That was before I un derstood wbtn I was ready almost to cuVso God and cite You see I mar tied Mary partly because I was so sorry tor but She had had hard lines taking cue of two on an income not halt Ute enough for one It was nor RtuiimoUtor who took cnro of nnd the woman hadnt boon overly kind lint she had nobody olio to when the hus baud died just after sho foil tit Mary toyed by tier as though It were a tilnR of course How she did It no body Imowi There was only the Lotion and two hundred a year from Mirya mother Tho stepmother was five yoara dying and Mary somehow saved enough to bury her Out tho itratu told on bar she was faded and ncrawnjr looked nearer CO than 30 1Vi wtuo just of an age and I too had boon taking cnro of people In- strAd of looking out for myself Thor were tuy own people brothern sisters nud grandmothor Uranny willed llo firm to tho other boys and what money aim hail to the girls=because my Boar grandson William Is so well nblo to take euro of himself Tho bthara thought tho will very just Maybo VU looked for something a little different Anyway I married Mary almost out of hand And tho very tiaxt weak came rheumatic fovcr to leave inn an you seA me I f had Mary Drenton breathed i rathe than spoke Ofear smiled wanly yet with an IlluinLodOd Inpk Mary didnt com plain then nor over I had a trifle J of money saved enouch to buy thb place Her old homo had gono to pay son o ut nor fftthura debts as soon M It was free of tho dower right Thcxoa a lilt of ground behind Its boou war salvation Sho plants thinK them nad kojMM mo out in tho sun hlno whUo alto Is tending thorn You look In her for everything Drcaton askedr Orcor amllod again Theres never any question of looking to between ua be saJd At first for a whole J r month1 prayed to die Say rather IfongM to Uelho Idea of n man liv ing nn and on a clog and burden to thu woman ho had married = Ii I undaruUind Drenton inter comefltary must talk to youwhy yon der sho cornea Orcor said his face lighting vividly A talllsh woman sunburned and slightly stooped hur Pied along the path bandFher fuce they were so very dim If ht den and look after tho chicks and f even pull a donkeycart If nothing else will servo Dronton stayed Before a weekv was putthere was mutual wonder aa- v to how tho Oreers lead got on so long without him Ho was deliciously awk ward at everything yet ready for any i r thlaiI p- A Mary knew that somewhere s womans heart was breaking for thli flno young fellow softhanded well made full of charm but she did nc spying that did not belong to liar Drentons mind often went to the many things Dllly and Mary lacked through needing money Tho roof had begun to leak badly tho well needed a now curb moreover there WILl the donkeycart still unrealized not to name warm carpets and better ways of heating the house Mary was bravo as sho was thrifty her hat looked as though It had never been new Sho stayed away from church yetDlllyho was driven to protest Something must bo dono and quickly before there came tho pinch of winter Drenton could do It nt no more sac rifer than that ot a llttlo pride Ho owed It to Hilly and especially to Mary to make the sacrifice It was only his word rash and Illcondi tioned that would peed to bo broken Late so lato his candle had begun to gutter bo sat staring at n letter brief and blurred Elizabeth It ran I said I would auk for nothing I am not asking for myself but for the best IMMiplo olive They aro husband wife Immeasurably rich In eac other yet so poor a thousand dollars will bo wealth to them Send It please Ho Is a cripple and helpless Sho does everything tot him and h lutes her enough to rejoice not it bol There was little more beyond tho address and signature Drenton crept out to mall Jt halt hating himself for writing It yet somehow deep down lhero was a song In his heart Tho song strengthened all dayt r He Sat Staring at a Letter and the noxt but on tho third morn- Ing It was ended There had been moro than time yet Elizabeth had not answered his appeal They ware setting next years strawberries with Hilly a little way off admonishing his chickens young and old Tho house doors stood los pitably open tho green gate was ajar Thus there was Invitation to a strap gel who walked with downcast eyes until she was fairly upon them Sho was young and slight with red golden hair and velvet dark eyes Her hand went timidly to Ulllys shoulder as she said In a pleading voice Please cull Lawrence Mr Dronton thero Is something I must say to him Sho spoke low but Drenton heard Ho camo toward them his head high but a certain glimmer of shamed hope In his eyes Mary was behind him she had somehow sensed a cli max It was to her that Elizabeth spoke slowly like a child repeating a lesson hardly learned Toll Lawrence please I knqw no more that ho did what was In the will until It was too Il1toE- lIzabetb I know you did not but dont you see how It stunggoIng to you for everything when I had been taught to believe all was to bo mine Dronton broke In Elizabeth bowed her head Drenton hurried oqr Wo grow up together both wards of my undo lie loved Elizabeth and hated me Perhaps that wits natural enough he had loved her mother Out ho said always his money should go to his blood Then when he tai dying ho mado us marry and by will Eliza both had All I nothing So you ran aWay from her Pool ish foolish follow I Mary said but thorp was no reproach In her eyes Worso than foolish wicked Dieaton answered For you see I loved her so dearly 1 could not buar to depend on her Elizabeth trembled and turned away Bur face Dllly reached his twisted hand to lay It upon her soft fingers saying Forgive him Eliza beth Ho did not know what real love was Hut I think ho has found out Mary half whispered Drenton raised his eyes After one lout look ho took Elizabeth in his arms crying softly exultantly You are hero and I shall keep you Do hold me forpvor a pensioner and the richest man p jyR HERES REAL GOOD SAMARITAN Looks After the Undeserving poorI Says No One Else Will There Is n rich man in a southern city who makes the undeserving poor his peculiar care says tho lode pendent Ills methods In dealing with what ho calls a fresh sinner nro unique and lie regards them as scientific from tbo heavenly point of view Ho In stets upon a full catalogue of tho victims transgressions Jle claims that this Is done on the theory that a physician first adminis ters an emetic In case of poisoning Then if the patient Is on utterly lost and abandoned woman ho frequently takes her homo with him where she Is quartered In the guest chamber and treated by tho family as the wet come guest whoso presence there Is in no ways remarkable For our scientist claims that it Is tho loss of the sacred homo consciousness in such women which casts them so far down and his purpose is to restore tho same by his own fireside which Is particularly attractive In that ho has a wife and many young children Nothing ip said to the forlorn one to remind her ot her shame Mho Is simply len to get well as the scien lIlt expresses It And It Is astonishing how ninny of them do get well His boast Is that ho has married his girls happily all over tho country for ho is nn enthusiastic believer In wedlock Upon a recent visit to a distant city ho remarked to the editor I married one of my girls off in movinghtco snow nut Its a secret if society know it would abolish her Ho expenseeHo cannot make a speech but he Is an eloquent sputtcrer and although his manner to ministers Is wittily deferential ho has been known to ruin a preachers meeting and make tho victims of his burning Incoherence look like rows of paper dolls blown bo fore the breath of a living roan disciplei Romans In Scotland Recent discoveries In tho neighbor hood ofEdlnburgh and as far north as the confines of Perth and Inverness shires ore exciting among Scotchmen an unprecedented Interest Jn tho Iloman occupation Accumulating evi dence that It took a tar more solid hold than in currently supposed has stimulated too exertions of tho Scottish antiquaries and resulted In an ap l Mal for funds to which public gen erosity Is not slow In responding In terest is guided and stimulated by what may truly bo called the Roman museum now open to Inspection In tho rooms of the antiquaries on the ground floor of the national portrait gallery In Edinburgh There maybe seen the surprisingly rich bronze helmet and the remarkably beautiful Iron lilting helmet or mask recent ly unearthed nt Newstead being with in U mile of Melroso Abbey If the trips of tourists were not such cut anddrled Affairs visitors to Abbots ford Dryburgh nnd Melroso might easily Include In their purview the Roman camp and Roman baths which Janice Curie has there brought to light tho bath is now in process of excavation Besides the helmets Mr Curio has found vases In bronze hel mets swords and axes which along with plentiful shards of Samlan and other ware suggest that Newstead Will a very eolid and firmly rooted outpost Black Dear a Thief The black bear of the north is a roving animal continually shifting from one place to another at all sea tons except the Tew months In which ho curie up and lies dormant like tho woodchuck The bear seems In stinctively to know where to go to find blackberries leech nuts succu lent roots and other food In which It delights Tho bear roots up tho ground under beech trees much as a hog would In search for beech nutsTho bear discovers where the chip mucks and squirrels have stored nuts In the ground for tho winter supply and robs their storehouse Wo are told that bears break Into the pig pens of pluneers carrying off pigs I have never known of such attacks tut I have known them to attack bee hives with Impunity for tho honey which they relish I have heard of boars attracted to telegraph poles by tho humming of the wires thinking that they were In tho vicinity ot a beohlve Forest and Stream Mlfllonalre Weds Shepherdess Herr Theodore Schlumberger a German millionaire deputy has just been married to n young and beautiful shepherdess whom ho met tending her flocks near Daslo After a short acquaintance ho proposed Ills sou by his first marriage Intervened and offered the shepherdess 95000 to break the engagement but she reused His fprtune Is estimated at 19000000 The father of the bride Is a postman Documentary Evidence liar Mother I should rather you would not go sailing with that young man Clara I dont bellevo be knows a thing about a sailboat Clara Oh but he does mamma ho showed me a letter of recommends tlon from u New York firm he used to work for and they speak very hlfhly of his naloimanshlp Tho Circle i Practical Fashions LADIES WORK APRON Paris Pattern No 2311 All Seams Allowed Grecnandwhlto figured dim Ity has boon used for this attrnctlvo little allcover apron The upper or waist portion Is cut out In square Dutch neck outline and Is gathered to a narrow belt of the material Tho skirt portion 18 attached to tho same belt and is finished with a deep hem Two shaped pockets ornament the front and the full Iength sleeves are gathered Into narrow wristbands The Dutch neck Is trimmed with serpen tlno braid The pattern Is In tour sizes 32 36 40 and 44 Inches bust measure For 36 bust tho apron requires GU yards of material 27 Inches wide or five yards 36 Inches wide seven eighths yard of braid to trim To procure thin pattern send 10 cent to Pattern Editor offlce of thIs paper Write name and address plainly and be sure to give vise and number of pattern No 2311 SIZE If NAME ADDRESSz CHILDS DRESS Paris Pattern No 2302 All Seams Allowed The finest of white batiste Is used in the development of this dainty design The wide bretellea which are shaped into the waist line back and front falling over the shoul ders In full capelIke folds are trimmed with narrow insertions and edgings of fine Valenciennes lace The very short full skirt Is attached to the waist and is finished by a flounce of the batiste trimmed with the edging and headed by a row of tho Insertion A soft mescaline sash of some pretty light color encircles the waist The pattern Is In four sizes two to five years For a child of three years the dress requires threo yards of material 27 inches wide 2V4 yards 36 inches wide or two yards 42 Inches wide 73 yards of Insertion and Gy yards of edging to trim and 2 yards of ribbon for a sash To procure this pattern send 10 cent to paperWritesure to site size and number of pattern No 2302 I SIZE i NAME i ADDRRS3 I Rubber from South America It Is estimated that South America furnishes about 63 per cent of tho worlds supply of India rubber Will Celebrate Port Opening The one hundredth anniversary of thee opening of the port of Itlo do Janeiro Brazil to international com merce Is to be celebrated next year by a national exhibition of Industrial pastoral and art products from June 15 to September 1- Dreaming to Some Purpose As a result of a vivid dream thrice repeated George Chester of West Liv ingston N1 found his wifes wed ding ring which she lost nearly fire yeas ago under a roadside tree tl 5 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG P- EO1PLEr y Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject f So many classes that each student can be placed with others likethimself where he can make most rapid progress I Which Department Will You EnterT- HE I- MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Samo lectures r Horary and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arlhfnettouand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible HandwprU Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free textbooks I i TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even ft part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Sroair extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses WIth Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with tiso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one 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 nooqs sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken ai an extra In connection with any course Small extra II fees t Expenses Regulations Opening DaysIBorea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends- on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peoplo who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and tire earnest to do tell and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live in College buildings andiassist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all wjll have a chance to earn OH much as 35 cents I a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vaT with different people Heron tavern plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at castrLIVING EXPENSES are really below coat The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only erflriigh room rent o pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES arc two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs i Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or o teachers all our instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent b t c tho term board by the halt terns Installments aro as follows r SPRING10 weeks 2250 in one payment 12200 k Installment plant first day 1575 including 100 deposit middle of term C75 v SPRING i weeks term for those who must leave forfarm work 940 I SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exam I nations 1545 FALL 190814 week29500In one payment 2900 Installment plan Including 100 deposit middle oi term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot a term receive buck for money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction or a week 1r On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any imI7 plred fraction ot a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents t On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply nUt amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within tour + terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are weliiv started In school It pays to stay as long as possible i t The first day of Spring term is March 26 1908 The first day of Fall term Is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE i BEriEA KENTUCKY That Premium Knifeli tnkes the eyes of the men and bos who we it The mountain people hltd a good tiling wlipn they see itanti to get 1175 cent knife bliulcs of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the nounItain peoplo than any other dollar paper ip the world The Knife and The Citttea fonOne Dollar v That brings ig subscriptions all the time If you lace n6tgotit ypw ought to have i rt q ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter VIII Talks on the Industries I nr Prof Uluamore PROFESSIONS Medicine Is likewise an attractive and worthy profession whose ranks are rather crowded A flrstclass phy sician In a neighborhood Is a power for good standing next to the prea cher and teacher There are many fine examples of physicians who have devoted their lives to the service of people rather than to the amassing of wealth who care for the sick con the dying and scatter health and iisolo everywhere A wise physician knows that his business Is to keep tho neighborhood In as healthy a condition as possible U To give good advice about eating and drinking sleeping and working To see that there are no stagant pools Infected wells or mouldy cellars ills highest success Is in keeping people well rather than cur ing them when they are sick The preparation for either law or medicine is extremly important Tho teacher should always advise any young aspirant to take a college course before beginning to specialize There is no danger of over preparing Tho danger lies wholly in the oppos- Ite direction Young men rush Into professions with little education jthofind to their cost that they made a dreadful mistake Such errors are seldom mended Men struggle on crip pled and hampered in a hundred ways Sand are always haunted by tho thought of what might have been In building for life tho first essential Is to lay a firm foundation The profession of teaching has been discussed tho not exhaustively In the beginning of this book More are needed In this than In any of the other professions The ranks are 1filled with two claues those who adopt teaching for a life work and those who make It a stepping stone to something else It would be much better for the profestlpn If everybody who entered It did so with the idea of permanency That desirable state of things however does not appear to be near at hand So long as tea chins offers an easy and profitable stepping stone to more profitable oc cupations Just so long will It be used as such But as President Frost says in his introduction if any one takes it up in that way be should try to 1THE J Quick Doughs I TEA MUFFINS Use four tablespoonfuls each of sugar and shortening and two or three eggs and proceed as In plain muffins HUCKLEBERRY MUFFINS To the muffin mixture add 1 cup of hucklebcrrlea rolled in flour cUd i bake In muffin rings a half hour Fruit muffins should be made a lit tle stiffer than ordinary muffins APPLE MUFFINS Add 1 cup of finely choppctl ap to the muffin mixture and bake 1pIes hour OR RASPBERRY j MUFFINSAdd of floured berries to tea muffins just before baking Add i a little more flour to tho mixture as the Juice from the berries will make I thobatter thinnerI GREEN CORN MUFFINS 1Add1 cup of grated green corn to the muffin batter and a little more flour than usual These are tine for a summer supper dish 4 POTATO MUFFINS To 1 cup of mashed potatoes add 1 teaspoonful of salt and 1 table spoonful of butter beat until light and stir In 14 cupful of milk Beat two eggs until light without separat log add them to the batter and then add 2 cupfuls of flour or enoifgh to make a soft muffin batter Add 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder and bake In muffin pans Shortcakes Shortcakes are more healthful des sert than pies and may be made with fresh canned or dried fruit The fresh fruit is the most delicious SHORTCAKE DOUGH Mako a soft biscuit dough using twice as much lard or butter as for biscuit Dlvld0 Into two parts pat and roll each to fit tho baking pan Place one part in the panspread with I melted butter and place the other part upon It and bake When done split and place cruet down In plate Spread thick with fruit then place the second piece upon it and heap with a second layer of fruit Sprin kle with sugar and servo with thick or whipped cream o t a r do as good work as tho ho never ox pected to do anything else There is no crowding In tho ranks of eUlclent teacher Every great school in tho country Is on tho look out for them A really fine teacher may take his choice of many schools Then aro so many more schools than there are well qualified teachers that boards cannot be very particular The standard of qualifications Is be- Ing raised as rapidly as tho supply will permit The schools must be taught by somebody and when the best teachers are taken the places remaining must bo filled by those who are not so wnll prepared A9 a rule however the best teachers se cure the most desirable schools This Is as It should bo and is an Incen tive to every one to be thoroly pre paredSome contend that tho low salaries keep the more talented young people from entering the profession There may be some truth in this but on the other hand many believe that the salaries are ample considering the ability of those engaged in the work that the teachers with their present lack of education and training could not earn any more In other employ mentHowever this may be It Is cer tainly true that tho profession fur nishes a good living for those who will properly prepare themselves Salaries range all the way from 150 to 10000 per year and the highest paid teachers usually render better service in proportion to what they receive than the low salaried ones All admit that first class service is Inestimable while a bungler is costly at any price But asldo from any salary consideration teaching Is a great and noble profession worthy of the highest talents and while the standard Is ndt as high as It should be it Is nevertheless true that there Js no finer body of equal numbers in the world than the great armyof teachers that fill the ranks In our country and no ambitious young man or woman of scholarly tastes need hesitate in choosing the profession for a life work Such should bo encouraged to go on and fit themselves as thoroly as possible with such a training as that suggested in tht beginning of the book BOME I and Shortcakes Individual shortcakes may be made by cutting with biscuit cutter and putting together with butter between STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES Reserve some of tho finest of a quart of strawberries for placing on the top layer Prepare the rest by stemming washing and crushing with a halt cupful of sugar Spread each layer of the baked dough with the crushed berried sprinkle with sugar and arrange tho reserved whole berries on thu top before serv- Ing RASPBERRY OR BLACKBERRY SHORTCAKE Prepare berries by sweetening and crushing Spread each layer of the baker cake thickly with the crushed berries decorating with whole ber rios on the top layer PEACH SHORTCAKE Chop soft peaches or slice thin sprinkle each layer of the fruit with sugar and let stand a halt hour or more before using on layers of bak ed shortcake dough OTHER FRUIT SHORTCAKES Shortcakes may be made of sliced bananas oranges stewed apples or canned and dried fruits DUMPLINGS FOR STEWS Leave out halt or all if the stow contains much fat of the shortening from a biscuit dough Roll to one half an inch in thickness and cut Into two inch diamonds Drop In the boiling stow and cook rapidly for ten minutes Keep covered and do not raise cover or let tho boiling stop for the ten minutes or the dumplings will fall and be heavyDROP DUMPLINGS FOR STEWS Leave out the shortening from a biscuit dough using enough milk to mix soft drop from a spoons into the boiling stow and keep boiling with out uncovering for ten minutes Visitor to Pent How long are you in for my man Prisoner Dunno Visitor How can that beT Prisoner Its a life sentence 1 r r r POLITICAL NOTES Tafts Manager Claims VictoryEf fort for Democratic Peace In Ken tuckyNew York Against Bryan CLAIMS TAFT VICTORY F II Hitchcock who recently took charge Secretary Tafta campaign says that tho victory Is already won Ho Is about the last mad to say It even most of tho Secretarys enemies having admitted It some time since Mr Hitchcock gives figures to show that Taft can count on C52 votes at the convention while only 491 aro needed for the nomination This moans that It la not likely that even the first ballot will over bo completed Kentucky would look funny voting for tho man at tho bottom of the list wouldnt It- DEMOCRATS r WANT PEACE There la a strong effort being made by the Democratic leaders especially the congressmen to heal the breach In the party and carry the state for Bryan This means that there will be hard work ahead for the Repub licans to keep the state in the Rep ublican column Bradleya campaign against Taft la already threatening to split tho party and is losing votes for the Republican nominee every dayCHECK FOR BRYAN Thero has come another check for Bryan in the action of the New York Democratic State Committee which has voted In favor of an unlnstructed delegation to Denver This was rather expected for the East Is hostile to both Bryan and Roosevelt for about the same reasonsIOWA FOR TAFT The progress of the Taft boom continues and Iowa has come into lino with cheers Tho enemies of the president had been claiming the state but found they were hopelessly outclassed when It came time to count noses The Ohio tariff plank was put into the plat formPRESIDENT SCORES President Roosevelt has won again this time In the L N wage reduction mat ter It is announced in Washington that the L N las decided not to reduce wages after all and It ia said that tho reason Is that they were un able to show the Interstate Commerce Commission that there was any need of It IN OUR OWN STATE Cutieeed fees Pint rage having been Indicted for the killing of Tricky Tom Tharp has been caught and taken back there There Is a dispute as to who should have the toward As near as The Citizen can learn Mulllns was arrested by the Sheriff of Jackson County but escap edlhe Sheriff traced him to Lexing ton and telegraphed tho police there to catch him which they did Th Breathltt County officials went down and got him and everybody wants a share In the reward- WRECKED AT VALLEY VIEW The Shamrock tho large gasolene boat belonging to the Kentucky River Poplar Co was swept over the dam at Valley View during the big storm last Wednesday The crew had all gone ashore and there were no lives lost JERE SULLIVAN SICKJoro Sul livan Madison Countys representat ive in the lower house of the legis lature la seriously 111 in Frankfort with pneumonia He had a coco of grippe which took a turn for the worse about the time the legislature adjourned Ills condition Is serious but is said not to be dangerous HONOR FOR McCREARY Sen ator McCreary ban been elected a member of what Is known as the Pan American Commission a body of men representing all tho American countries and working to bring about better relations between them Ho has long been Interested in tho work and his choice as representative of the U S has won general approval PLACE FOR MILWARD Gov Wlllson after signing the bill putting the tates prisons and charitable In sUtutions In control of a blpartlsan board so as to remove them from politics appointed Stanley Mllward of Lexington the second Republican member of the board REPLIES TO BECKHAM In tho closing hours of tho legislative sea alan Senator J Wheeler Campbell of Paducah replied to tho speech in which Mr Beckbam charged the Dem ocrats who had refused to vote for him for Senator with being traitors to the Democratic party Senator Campbell said that such gross frauds wore committed in the 1906 primary that Mr Beckhnm could not be said to have been nominated and cited several Instances where grave crimes against the ballot were committed Ho demands that Mr Beckham make specific his vague charges of corruption 0 f WRECK ON HIGH BRIDGE A score of people were hurt Tuesday when n passenger train and n freight camo Into collison on High Bridge BKCKHAMS REVENGEA Louisville official has come out with tho charge that several measures Intended to bpucflt that city were defeated by Beckhnmo Influence In the legis lature because somo Loulsvlllo men voted against him Is It possible that tho temperance bill was defeated In the same way and by tho samo man POWERS NOT A CANDIDATE Caleb Powers has made public tho following card pro tho Public I havo never said publicly or privately by letter or othbrwlse that I was a candidate tof Congress In tho Eleventh district I have never been n candidate and I- Bm not now a candidate It is true that I wrote the members of tho con gressional committee asking that no nomination be made earlier than Sep tember 15 In hope that by that time I would be In a situation to become a candidateA of the committee many of whom Congressman Edwards has appointed to positions and who are un der obligations to him called a pri mary election for June 6 It but two are candidates tho entrance tee will bo about 3600 cacti I have not the money to eiiUr said primary nor the physlclal strength to prosecute a can vans for Congress even If I were in a situation to do it which I am not I will therefore not be a can didate for Congress before said prl mary under any elate of case It I ever regale my freedom I will first seek health not office Believing that but ono tight at a time is all 1 should engage in but thanking my many friends in the Eleventh dlstrlc and elsewhere for the loyalty an devotion to my interest Very truly CALEB POWERS The Citizen Is glad that Mr Powers is not to run for the nomination and his course Justifies our high re gard for him Wo hope to see him representing tho Eleventh district In Congress at a later time It Is to bo regretted that his former letter was not more clear for editors and pol iticians thruout the state misunder stood It The Citizen is sorry1 If to commenting on the alleged plans of Mr Powers it did him any Injus tice but can fairly claim that all the Republican editors of the state were In the came wagon NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint rage In Baltimore last Tuesday from ery sipelas Senator William James Bryan of Florida died in Washington of typhoid fever on Sunday This makta seven senators who have died within a year NO MINERS STRIKE An agree ment has been reached under which there will probably be no strike of coal miners this year The present wage scale will be continued practi cally without change ANOTHER MESSAGE SOONCon- gross is expecting another message from tho President which may boas hut as tho ono of two months ago There have been many reports that ho has gone back from his position so far Congress has done nothing about the laws ho recommended and now it is calculated that ho Is about due to say something again It the message make Congress earn Its sal aries it will bo worth while BACK TAX MUST BE COLLECTED It has been voted by the Board of Trustees of the town of Bereo Ky that the marshal bo impowcncd to proceed to collect all back taxes from 1903 to 1906 inclusive Steps to be taken according to law Earth Becoming a Desert That the earth Is becoming a desert and that It Is only a matter of time when it will be a desolate waste was the statement made by Prof Lowell la a lecture before the Lowell Institute at the Massachusetts Insti tute of technology Tho water contained by the earth is passing gradually off into Interstellar space and the great deserts such as the Sahara and those in Arizona are Increasing in size much more rapidly than most people think According to Prof Lowell what were once well populated valleys In tho region of the Sahara Is now a dry sandy waste In Mars similar changes have been taking place and the planet Is now about threeeighths deicrt Boston Globe FOR SALE A few Good Fresh Jersey Cows Will also buy your Dry Cows J W Herndon oaoaoeeoeooaoeoeooeoo o e I College Items I o o 0 0- o HERB AND THERE o- So o- oSoSoSoSeSOSOSoooSoSoSoSoe Tho Spring term of Berea College opened on Wednesday with the best and most prompt registration on record The work was done without any hurry every tiling went thru smoothly and the school Is now in full awlnjf again The cjllcgo followed last years method of going without any spring vacation so that tho term would close earlier and give tho teachers more time and tho students seem greatly pleased with this arrange ment A tow of the students In cluding tome of those best known have gone homo but altogether the school Is In unusually good shape and tho Indications are for one of tho most successful spring terms In historyMiss was out of school a few days last week because of III health Miss Josephine Robinson who has been In poor health for the past week Is slightly better Proa and Mrs Frost returned from their trip In the East last Friday Pres Frost Is In rather poorer health than usual and says that times are still so hard that It is very difficult to raise money Ho will spend tho next two weeks writing letters for that purpose Muss Laura D Gill Dean of Barn ard College and President of the Committee of tho National Education al Society on Affiliated Organiza Hens accompanied Pres and Mrs Frost from Washington and was their lent from Friday till Tuesday She spoke to the students at general chapel Monday morning and to thu tho Convocation at tho Presidents house Monday night John and Joshua Howard brothers of Martha Howard of Locke Bell Co camo here Sunday and went home with her Monday night They were much pleased with tho school and said that they would urge their father to let her come back after a visit home Mr Blerlys place at the head of tho Farm Department Is being taken for tho time beln by Mr Edward P Smith a new member of the college force Ho Is a native of Wisconsin and a graduate of the Agricultural College of that stare He has done successful work as a dairyman and market gardener and will probably become n permanent member of ho agricultural staff of tho college His ultimate place Is not settled but Just now ho Is at the head of the Farm MEMOIR Mrs Maud Anderson House was born Nov 25 1879 died March 5 1508 Marriott In Stvphtn HOUIP Oct 15 1S97 Thero were born to them four children ot this number three surviveSister Hqusa professed faith in Christ and Joined the Baptist church at the ago of 17 and has lived a con sistent Christian life over since She was loved by many and had many ardent friends She was a loving wife and a good mother Funeral services were conducted by Rev 11 14 Brandenburg at tho Bares Hap tist church Berca Ky and tho re mains were laid to rest In the Berca cemetery until the trumpet shall sound and the dead in Christ shall rise- Blessed are the dead which die In the Lord from henceforth yea salth the spirit that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them A FRIEND MOUNTAIN CONGRESS Continued from 1irit Page Agriculture Sewell Combs Chair man Johq Flancry Taylor Muncy Dlllard McGuIre Raymond Snowden Public Health Townsel Adams Chairman Howard Clark C D Ball ey John Klnsor Elmer Bold Suffrage and ElectlonsAltred Meese Chairman Roy Flynn Ruel Es tes Frank Hilton George Haldane Criminal LawS W Boggs Chair man Joseph Meadows Seward Marsh Clay e Anderson Volley Moberly Fish Game and ForestryrSlmon Kelly Chairman Daniel Brown Wal ter Roberts E Ramey Frank MorganAltogctherthe session was tho boat held yet and one which the boys agree was both Interesting and in structive When the get a chance to display their oiatoryin Frankfort they will bo the better toe the work jii THE MARKET ierea Price i Eggs per dozlOc Butter per lb 1025c Potatoes Irsh per bur100 Apples per bus l GOJ3 00 IBacon per Iblo11c Ham per lb 12c iLard per lb12c Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb 12J4c fl Live Stock Loulsvlllo March 24 lOS Choice export steers G CO G 85 Light shipping steers C 00 G CO Choice butcher steers C 00 C CO Medium butcher steers 4 CO C 00t Common butcher steers 3 CO 4 CO Choice butcher heifers 4 CO C 00 Medium butcher heifers 3 76 4 CO Common butcher helfcra 3 25 3 75 Choice butcher cows 3 75 4 CO Medium butcher cows 3 25 3 75 Common butcher cows 2 CO 3 25 Canners 100 2S Choice fat oxen 4 00 GG Medium oxen 3 00 4 2G Choice bulls 3 25 4 00 Medium bulls 2 75 3 25 Common bulls 2 25 2 75i Choice veal calves 6 00 8 GO Medium veal calves 4 00 6 00 IGoodCommon steers Choice stock heifers 35 3 7G Medium stock heifers 2 Iii 3S Common mixed stockers 3 00 3 50 Choice milch cows 35 00 4G 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 3G 00 Common mulch cows 10 00 20 00 noos Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs G 20 Medium packers and butchcl1IJICO to 200 lbs Choice pigs 0120 Ibs 4 45 Light pigs W90 lbs 3 25 3 75 Light shlppcrr 1201CO lbs 4 90 Roughs 160COO Ibs 3 00 4 C3 sisal Choke fat shccpJo 4 CO C W Medium sheep 3 00 4 00 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Bucks 2 JM 3 00 I Choice lambs 6 CO 7 00 Good butcher lambs C 00 6 CO Culls and tallend 3 CO 5 00 MESS PORKU CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 11llHc heavy to medium 11 to ll 4c SHOULDERS SHc per lb BACON Clear rib sides 9c regular clear sides 8J4c breakfast bacon 14Hc sugar cured shoulders She ba con extra 9c bellies light lOc hea vy lOc LARD Prime teats Jn tierces 8J4c pure leaf In tierces lOc in tubs lOfcc DRIED BEEF 12c EGGS Case count 13 c per doz candled He- lJt1MEItI7o per lb POULTRYSprlnir chickens small ICISc per lb largo IGc hrns 10J4 to 11 c ducks small young 2c old 9c turkeys ll13c geese 74- WHEATNo 2 OSe No3 9Cc 1102 No3 red and long berry JLOO OWN No 3 white C9c No 3 mixed COs OATS Now No 3 white CCc No 3 mixed 54c RYE No 2 Northern 113c No 3 Northern 93c Tan lark Price at the depot at Berca per cord 7 00 TIM 0At the Depot at J3erea 7x9 ties 8 foot 6 Inches long 35c Spikes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Berea for black or shell bark hickory spokes split or sawed PerTU i First size A and B grade 16 00 First size 0 grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and B grade 21 00 Second size C grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B grade 25 00 Third size 0 trade 12 00 Fourth size A and B grade 30 00 First size Is 1 in on the heart 13 In deep and 28 to 30 in long Spa cad size Is 3 In on the heart 2 In deep and 30 in long Third size is 2tt in on the heart 24 in deep and 30 in long Fourth size is 2 A In on the heart 2ln deep and 30 in long A B grade is good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects C grade is cood sound white tim ber that la lighter in weight and growth Is finer and not so heavy as the A ft B grade It must be tree from ttfecU also 4full to ails Do it now If you can but do it right It it takes twits as long n 1 i I IF ii REID VISIT JAPAN I l r EMPEROR CORDIAL INVITATION I TO ISLAND ACCEPTED j CHfNA MAY COME NEXTf Any Other Ulds Probably Will Be De Vin dinedNew Itinerary Is Being 1 Arranged In Wash ington iIWrul1llngtonTho American battle J Japan The sire of tho emperor of tho lland king dom to play host to tho big sixteen t Thursa ambassador Tho Invitation which was couched In most cordial terms was made tho tubjoct of extended consideration by 1 President Roosevelt and his entire cabinet Friday Secretary Root was llructod to ncccpt the Invitation and Iho acceptance was laid before the 1 Japanese ambassador into In tho day k It fs regarded Jn oinclal circles here iI is moro than likely that China will bo i next to bid for a look at tho fleet and that should thin be the case the invl latlun would bo accepted New Itinerary Being Planned Secretary Motcalf and Admiral Pills chloe of navigation are arrang 1tlu rho details ot the now Itinerary the exception of China It Is bo Emperor of Japan Herod to have been determined that all other Invitations should any bo lecalvcd will be declined for at best the fleet will not now bo nblo to roach the Atlantic seaboard before the first I of next March Tbo itinerary which seems to be tho most direct Includes slops nt the Hawaiian iBtanda Samoa Melbourne Sydney Manila Yokohama nhould that port bo sqjpctod os the stopping place IB Japan posxlbly a ChineseW pqrt back to the Philippines and then homo by way of tho Suez canal with only such slops as aro necessary for coalingJapanese Ministers Pleased Tokyo Tho American govern manta acceptance of Japans oOV clal Invitation to the battleship fleet to visit Japanese ports was received with every evidence of gratification when communicated to tho foreign of flee and tho naval department by tho Associated Press Friday morning Foreign Minister HayashI said It affords mo and tbo whole people or Japan Intense satisfaction to know that our Invitation has been accepted no promptly I believe that the visit ot the fleet will afford opportunity to demonstrate tho sincerity of Japans friendship for America and her appre elation of tbo courtesy ot tho attitude of the administration and congress A tull reception program will bo pro pared later Tho news of tho acceptance ot the Invitation by telephone was communi sated to Baron Salto minister of marine at his country residence He was equally pleased at the IntolII tencvx RU66IANS IN DEADLY DUEL Gen Smirnoff Probably Fatally Wound ed by Gen Fock St Petersburg Lieut Gen Smir noff was probably fatally wounded in a dud Bought here Wednesday with Lieut Gen Fpck Tho men mot in tho riding school of tbo Chevalier Guard regiment and fought with pistols a distance of 20 paces separating thorn when the shots wpro exchanged Tim dart was caused by tho memorandum written by Gen Smirnoff on tho siege of Port Arthur in which ho questioned tho courage of Gen Fock Tho latter considered that his honor and reputa tion wore Involved and challenged the author of tho memorandum Cruel Hoax May Be Fatal St Louis When C H Hartman in responeo to a bogus telegram received In Cincinnati stating his wire was dead stopped from a train at the Union station Thursday and was met by his alto and daughter smilingly the shock resulting from nervous ten alan and grief caused him to collapse and ho was taken to his homo In a so Tloua condition St Louis Woman a Suicide St Louis Mrs Elizabeth G Kokcn member ot the family which controls tho Koken Iron works Banner Iron works and Kokcn Barber Supply com pany was found dead at tho home of Tier sister Thursday having commit ted suicide with carbolic acid No reason for her act Is assigned Senator Penrose Seriously III Philadelphia United States Sena tor Bolea Ponroao Is dangerously 11- 1at Ills borne hole suffering from facial ysfpetav RESPONDS TO REAPERS CALL WILLIAM J BRYAN OF THE EVER GLADE STATE Passes Away at Hospital In Washing tonWas Youngest Member of the Upper House Washington March 23 William James Bryan jr United States sena tor from Florida died In the tho Prov idence houpltal ooon after 8 oclock Sunday morning Senator Bryan had been seriously 111 for five weeks cf typhoid fever and on several occa sions his life has been despaired of but each time ho rallied In a manner which won tho admiration of all who knew him and led his relatives to hopo that ho would recover Senator Bryan was only 31 years ot ago nnd with the exception ot Henry Clay was tho youngest man over sent to tho senate Ho was appointed on December 2C last year by Gov Bro ward of Florida to fill the vacancy roused by tho death ot Senator Mallory and took his seat January 9 last He Is the seventh senator to pass away klnco the adjournment of tho fifty ninth congress and Is the fifth to die since congress convened on December 3 Of these seven six worn from south ern states Senator Proctor Vermont being the exceptionJSenator Bryans body will bo taken to his Into homo In Jacksonville early Monday accompanied by a committee cf senators and his widow Ills death will bo announced formally as soon as tho senate convene Monday by Hen ntor Clay of Georgia ar4 tin adjourn meat will be taken at once Particular attention Is attracted to the death ot Senator Bryan In view of the fact that na the youngest senator ho died within a tow days after tbo death ot Senator William PIncknoy Wbyto ot Maryland tho oldest mem ber of tho senate Further Senator WhytoB death last Tuesday night made it necessary for Senator LaFol Icttu to delay the completion ot his speech against tho Aldrich emergency currency bill over ono day and as Sen ntor LaPollctto was to have finished his Bpeech Monday be will be compell ed to delay another day becauso of Senator Hrynns death TELEGRAM SENT BY DRUGGIST Caught Brady Just In Time To Save His Life UMoo N V March 21 Wllllarr Brady n passenger traveling over the Mohawk and Malono division of tho Now York Central from Montreal to New York city was stopped barely In time from taking a poUon given through mistake by n Montrep drug Siet BrftdrUiM the telegraph id thank for escaping death Shortly before the train loft Mon treal Brady entered a drug store nnd requested that a prescription ho had be compounded In a hurry na ho was about to leave tho city Soon after Prady had left the store with his med icine tho druggist discovered that ho had by mistake used a deadly drug In compounding tho mixture The drug gist thoroughly frightened rushed to the Ronavonturo station and not know ing llrsdya destination or tho train ho loft on sent messages to several stations on tho Grand Trunk and other roads Informing the man of tho mis take which had been made Ono of these messages was sent to Tupper Lake In tho Adirondacks and as the train stopped at that station the telegraph operator jumped on board end called Bradys name Brady was pl that moment standing nt tho water tank preparing to tako tho medicine Tho mistake was explained and tho medicine thrown away Awful Toll Paid By Fishermen Boston March tA review of the marine casualties ot tho coast of Now England and British North America during tho tall and winter season just ended shows that about 350 lives were lest Of this number 251 persons per ished In tho wrecks of 10 vessols be longing to the French fishing fleet of St Pierre MIQu lon last fall Those vessels foundered In heavy gales which swept tho Grand Banks About Z 5 Newfoundland fishermen were also lost in theso storms Fou Days At San DiegoiSan Diego Cal March 23A wire loss message received by Mayor Forward from Rr Adm Evans definitely fixes the tlmo ot the arrival and departure of the battleship fleet The fleet will arrive at Son Diego at 230 oclock the afternoon of Tuesday April II nnd will leave at 630 oclock tho evening ot Saturday April 18 75000 Blaze Norfolk Va March 3Flre broke out in the wholesale grocery of the Four Co wrecking the establishment Rutting the clothing store of Sakb Co nnd damaging the exchange of the Southern States Telephone and stocks of E H Mceks Co electricians and U P Roberts Co grocers Loss 7ooo Killed By Express Train Philadelphia March 23Tho body ot William E McLean aged 22 a grad uato of Princeton university and once prominent In religious nnd athletic circles there was found on tho Penn sylvnnla railroad tracks hero He bad boen run down by an express Alaska Miners Strike Junoau Alaska March 23At n spa cial meeting of Douglass Island local No 109 Western Federation of Miners n general strlka was called and no ticca sent out ordering union men ascI union sympathizers to stay away y INEEDS FREQUENT ATTENTION LOVES ANOTHER KILLS WIFE MILWAUKEE MAN CHLOROFORMS AND SHOOTS HIS SPOUSE Badly Wounds Himself Tells Police Story of Twenty Years of Domestic Unhappiness Milwaukee George Willoughby manager of the Juwett Sherman company coffee and spice millers early Friday morning chloroformed and then shot and killed his wife Florence WHIoughby at their home on Prospect avenue After tho murder Willoughby fired two shots over his heart Physicians believe ho will re cover as bo has a vigorous constitu lion WHIoughby made a full confession to the police In substance as fol lowsI married my wife 20 years ago I did not love her but married her mostly out of sympathy she being a poor woman We frequently quarreled Mrs WHIoughby was Insanely jealous of me She continually accused mo of not being truo to her and on the whole wo both lived a miserable ex istence Matters went on this way for years Four years ago while I was on my way to Now York I met a wom an on tho train Our acquaintance ripened Into love Then for tho first time I realized I had met a woman 1 truly loved This woman also was living an unhappy life Her husband was cruel to her and soon after I met her ho deserted her and her two small children I then began to support her Wo became intimate and have been so for several years Two years ago sho obtained a divorce and since that Umo I have been providing for her and her children She Is living in Chicago My domestic affairs did not im prove and a long Umo ago I decided that I would end it all I began to col bet chloroform I bought it In small lots and began to keep It until I had a bottle of the drug Friday after my wife bad fallen asleep I obtained tho chloroform nnd then I shot her I then fired two shots into my breast intending to shoot myself In the heart but I failed I did not have any more cartridges HEAVY DAMAGE AT PITTSBURG Flood However Is Not So Serious as Had Been Expected Pitts burg PaA feeling of relief swept over Plttsburg and vicinity early Thursday nlsht when officials of tho United States weather bureau announced tbat conditions had sud dently changed and that the flood which came upon the city with un usual suddenness In the morning would not be as serious as they had expectedHowever the flood will bo attended by enormous loss much of which has already been Inflicted Tho rlso came with such suddenness that there was not time to remove goods and tako other precautions such as saved property of enormous valuo a few weeks ago Many families aro prisoners In their homes and are being furnished food and other necessities by the flood patrol Railroads are delayed and crippled and heavy losers of property River craft have suffered severely New Message to Congress Washington As thb result of an extended discussion of the no cesslty of again directing the atten tion of congress to tho recommenda tions of the president looking to legis ShermanItioned In his previous message a de cision has been reached to send an other message to congress within a day or two Dispensaries for Oklahoma Guthrie Okla Both houses of the legislature Friday passed tho state die pensary system measure with the emergency clause There will be a dis pensary In every town of 2000 or more and in every county seat Frank H Hosford a Suicide Washington Frank H Hosford a wellknown newspaper correspondent and former reading clerk of the house of representatives committed suicide Friday Ho represented a number of Michigan newspapers THOMAS TO SUCCEED EVANS Rear Admiral Sperry Will Bring Bat tleshlps Home Washington At Admiral Evans personal request ho will be relieved of ho command of the battleship fleet on reaching San Francisco Rear Admiral Thomas the next in seniority will succeed Admiral Evans in command of tho goat Rear Admiral Charles S Sperry will bring tho battleship fleet from San Francisco to the Atlantic coast byway of tho Suez canal This detail was announced by Secretary Motcalf late Tuesday Admiral Evans will retain command of tho fleet until after tho grand naval revlow to bo held at San Francisco May 8Tho admiral retires In August It Is expected ho will return at once to Washington Secretary Motcalf tall however that hb bad no special duty In mind for the admiral between his relinquishment of command and the date of his retirement Rear Ad miral Thomas who will succeed Admiral Evans In command until tho homeward journey begins Is sched uled to retire In October When ho ref llnqulshns tho command to Admiral Sperry It Is expected that ho also will return to Washington The vacancies caused by tho retirement of Admirals Evans and Thomas will be filled by tho promotion to that rank of Copts Seaton Schroeder add Richard Wain wright each Of whom now commands a battleship in the fleet NEW LIABILITY ACT ASSURED Speaker Cannon Tells Labor Delegation Bill Will Pass Washington Speaker Cannon and VicePresident Fairbanks Thursday announced their belief that tho present congress will pass an em ployers liability act which will meet and overcome tho unconstttutionalltles ot the present law pointed out by tho supremo court of the United States In a recent decision These statements were made unre ser edly by Speaker Cannon and guardedly by the vicepresident to a delegation led by Samuel Gompors president of the American Federation of Labor from 87 national and Inter national trade and labor organisations and farmers organizations assembled la a national conference In this city The delegation called on the speaker to lay before tho house of represen tattoos through him a memorial en titled Labors Protest to Congress ASKS MERCY FOR ORCHARD Judge Pronounces Death Sentence But Recommends Commutation Caldwell Idaho Harry Orchard was sentenced to death Wednesday for tho series of murders the confession of which shocked the world But after all ho may not pay the penalty which since his conversion In prison he has sot turned a hand to escape Stating that he believed Orchard In his testimony in the trials of William D Haywood and George A Pettibono for the murder of exGov Frank Stounenberg told tho exact trutn at tempting to conceal nothing Judge Wood recommended that tho state board of pardons commute Orchards sentence of death to Imprisonment In the penitentiary Tho sentence of death was pronounced In accordance with the plea of guilty entered by Orchard Tuesday of last week when ho was arraigned Chicago Hotel Is Burned Chicago The Grand Pacific hotel ono of the oldest hostelries In Chicago was partly destroyed by flro Friday af ternoon Two hundred guests and 100 employes escaped unhurt Tho loss Is 250000 Gen Stoessel Goes to Prison St Petersburg LI jut Gen Stoes sal whom a courtmartial sentenced to death for surrendering Port Arthur to the Japanese but whoso sentence was commuted by Emperor Nicholas to ten years imprisonment Friday began serving his term in the St Peter and St Paul fortress Quincy Boy Dies at College Wllllamstown Mass John G Wil liamson of Quincy Ill a freshman at Williams college died Friday after a brief Illness with pneumonia Ro ilAbout the State Differentthi Odf KENTUCKY GIRL Flees From School and Again Is Found In Male Attire Louisville Ky Dressed to a sus- penderI button In the very clothes she worn as cabin boy on a river boat four weoks ago Birdie Helms aged 16 years was arrested In the local post office Juvenile court officers sent her to school tbree weeks ago attired in her proper vestments as a girl and re jolcing outwardly in rustling taffetas J and shinyheeled shoes Whence or how she came from tho girls school to which she was sent tho strange little girl will not say It Is believed that tho girls at the school learned her pitiful story and i chaffed her so that sho ran away i Where sne got her old clothing Is a- my tery Tho girl has always dressed I in mans attlro in her positions as as ulstant barkeeper porter and cabin j boy GROWERS DISSATISFIED Over the Failure of Measures In Which They Were Interested Louisville KyClarence Lebus president of tho Burley Branch of the American Society of Equity In die cussing tho work of tho general as sembly from the viewpoint of the tobacco growers of the state said Wo did not got all we wanted We worked hard for the passage of the McChord bill which would have aided us a great deal but vro are thankful for tho passage of the Creclllus bill which Is now a law Lebus says tho fight of the burley men has been won and will be made complete by tbo absence of a crop this I year He says the organized growers In the burley district number over 0000 and they are standing together with a determination to win Antl Poolroom Bill Passed Frankfort Ky With passage of the Wilhclml ant poolroom bill which provides heavy penalties for operating poolrooms except bookmaking on race courses during race meetings the 1908 session of the Kentucky legislature came to an end Only by most heroic methods were friends of the bill able to bring it out to n vote The prece dent of years was overthrown when an unfavorable committee on rules was ousted from control of the floor and by a twothirds vote the bill was put on passage The bill passed by a vote of 58 to 4- Against Extra Session Lexington lyIRepresentative Wil liam Klalr returned from Franktort On the question of an extra session of the legislature ho said I do not regard an extra session as a possibility There Is no occasion for It All im perative legislation was disposed of and all Important appropriation bills were passed Mullins Captured Jackson KyEd Mullins whoso bond was forfeited here because of his nonappearance at tho last term of the Brcathltt circuit court was arrest ed at Lexington Mullins id wanted for the murder of Tricky Tom Tharp Ills bondsman O T Strong had of fered a reward of 160 for his appre henslon Drives To Death Louisville KyIn attempting to oNsy the police H Cohen was cut in by an L N freight bere He was riding the bumpers with another young man and a policeman saw him Get off I shouted tho policeman Co hen jumped but he landed under the wheels and was cut in two I Indefinitely Postponed t Louisville Ky Charles Hamilton Musgrovo a local newspaper man has received information from Secretary Treasurer Judd Mortimer Lewis of the American Press Humorists asso elation that their annual convention has been Indefinitely postponed Quits Grocery Business Louisville KyI1 Wcdeklnd one stoIrerydisposed of his sharo In tho business to Fred Henry and Ernest Brockman The firm is a largo one doing a busi ness of 3000000 annually Just the Same ICut KyThe Southern has no to the recent plea of ita clerks that no reductions bo made in the cases of those who draw less than 50 a month The checks received show tho reduction has been made on the usual 10 per cent basis Will Be Wound Up Lexington lyTho Licking Valley 011 and Gas Co which was organized in 1901 for tho purpose of operating In the Bath and Wayne county fields will cease to bo after March 24 on which date tho stockholders will wind up the business of the company Swept Over a Dam Lexington KyDuring a heavy storm the steamer Shamrock was swept from her moorings in the Ken tucky river here and she was carried over the dam The Shamrock was a big boat belonging to tho Kentucky River Poplar Co- Fairbanks Declines Louisville KyVlco President Fairbanks will be unable to at the annual dinner of the IentuckySoclety- of the Sons of the American Rovolu lon April 19 He wrote that he never leaves Washington during congress I POWERS DENIES That He Was orla a Candidate For Congressional Honors Georgetown Ky From his cell In the penitentiary Caleb Powers alleged arch consplrator in the assassination of Gov William Goebel Issued the following statement To the Public I hero said neither publicly nor privately by letter or oth erwise that I was a candidate for congress In tho Eleventh district I have never been a candidate and 1 am not now a candidate It is true that I wrote tho members of tho congression al committee asking that no nomination bo made earlier than September 1C In the hope that by that time I would be in a situation to become a candidate A majority of the commit tee many of whom Congressman Ed wards has appointed to positions and who are under obligations to him called a primary election for Juno 6 I have not the physical strength to prosecute a canvass for congress even If I were in the situation to do it which I am not I will therefore not be a candidate for congress before sold primary under any state of ease If lever regain my freedom I will first seek health not once- FEARING A RAID Jailer Bridges Put a Sign No Tobacco on His Lettuce Bed Frankfort KyFearing that tho night riders would burn the jail and courthouse Jailer Bridges of this city who planted a lettuce bed in the back yard of the courthouse posted a con spicuous sign saying No tobacco bed a lettuce bcd While Bridges had not beets waited on by the visiting committee every farmer who came to the capitol called at the courthouse yard and viewed the ominous looking white canvas which covered tho bed and tho tip got out that Bridges was trying to steal a march on the growers Ho was ques tioned closely when ho purchased the canvas and it is believed tho mer chants are threatened with a boycott It they sell tho cloth for use on tobacco beds Senate Bill Passed Frankfort KTbo senate bill appropriating 460000 for tho comple tion of tho state capitol was passed after amendments providing 10000 for a custodians force and 23000 for paying on architect end providing that F M Andrews be retained at the com missions pleasure In State of Terror Lexington KyReports from Niche las county aro that tobacco growers arc tearing up their plant beds by tho wholesale fearing night riders will destroy their property One farmer has posted a great sign on a side of his born saying I will raise no tobacco this year After Bad Foods Louisville KyImpure foods are be- Ing smelted out by the health officiate here Practically they are after tho dealer who sells a mixture of hayseed and coal tar for strawberry preserves of chicory for coffee and of filled oleo cakes and cheese for butter At a Ripe Old Age Russollvlllo Ky Osmond Roberts 92 one of the oldest men in Kentucky died bore Ho had been In excellent health until three days ago whoa he contracted a slight cold He had lived bore all his life and remembered some of the blstorlcalbappeulnSIt Veterans Will Walk Lexington KyAs a means toward Increasing the John Hunt Morgan statue fund 10 confederate veterans signed article for n walking ateh Tho distance is to be one mile and the date March 30 The contest wit lake place in the Coliseumt Declared Insane Ellrabethtown Ky Cloud 9 Bran ear of Cloverport was tried in the circuit court here on the charge of Insanity He attempted to kill his rncle C P McQIothland of West Point this county who is cashier of tfao Ken tucky and Indiana bank Standard Oil Seeks Injunction Covington KyIn a petition alleg ing that its principal once Is locates in Louisville the Standard 011 Co of Kentucky asked for and obtained a temporary order restraining tho city ot Covington from collecting taxes on Ita Intangible property Was Tired of Living Winchester Ky James Jones am unmarried white man aged about 34 took morphine In the Profit hotol hero and died a few hours afterward Ho said ho was tired of living Ho was la fairly comfortable circumstances Lexington Wants It Lexington KyLexington Is a bid der for tho 1909 convention of tho United Confederate Veterans associa lion and will have a large delegation at the convention to bo held June 11 noxt at Birmingham Ala to push her claims Scraped the Bed Harrodsburg KyThe tobaoo bed on the farm of exCounty Judge B F Roach In this county was raped and his tenant Eldridgo Carr was no titled not to raise any tobaceo title year T i ceceole eo eoeolf8ttCaeJ vM I I East Kentucky CorresPGTidlencc t i News You GetyQwhere Else i IIi Ho eoireipcndmt 1ub i4ailen ilpita U tan by till writer Tile name i I U tot tot ItVuciTuo bet u u rrtdtac of wood talk Writs plainly 0 J e Swfln aaaw wnan natiaaa J It Mountain Life as w Mean t Make it Good nod Good Ilomoi Good Church Gd Schla BEREACAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST nitAHcn Locust Dranch March 22The Rev Jas Lunsford filled his regular appointment hero Sunday and will be hero every third Sunday the re r mainder of this year Miss Mamie Eliot and sister Barbery of Irvine j were visiting their sister Mrs Bola Gently at this place Saturday and Sun dayMr Thos Coyle of Berca sold to Mr Perry G Logsdon of Jinks Ky a mule for 125 last weekMr Jeff Robinson of Big Hill bought a young marc from Jno Blckhell of this place for 130 last weekJ W BIckncll was visiting home folks atI Berea Saturday and Sunday Hon C M Rawllugs was in Berca last week on business Miss Alma Logs don has returned home from Hamil ton OhloIr Leslie Hunter bought of Owen Durbin a pair of match r horses for 22JFlshlng Is tho prln J clpial occupation of tho loafing class of people at this place People are beginning to farm and have quit 1 making cross ties We are in favor of holding our timber until the railroad companies will give more for I ties WHITLEY COUNTY COR1IIN Corbin March 21Mr Charlie Par sons of London visited his friends H Dunagan and family Mr and Mrs H F Dunagan visited Mr and Mrs Martin Saturday night and Sundays Mr Arley Dunagan has gone to Lon don Miss Laura Burns who has been sick is better novMrs Amanda Riley who has been sick is some better at this writing Gill Dlznoy has moved to Grays We all miss his presence Laura Wyrlcks the little daughter of Lucy WyrlcJis Is ver- ye1cklire Wilson Is not expected to IheThe Rev E L Sanford has commenced a ten days meeting at Rosland one mile and a half above Grays Everybody is invited to come Mr Surau died Saturday at 730 d Ills remains will be burled at Cincin nati O He leaves a host of friends MrsJ Cain and Mr Wyrlck our police arrested Mrs Sarah Noo and her daughter Burnett Noe Tho cause I do not know Mr Steve Narvel one of our best men cf this town died Friday life remalan were laid In lbs cemttery on Rough Creek Mr Jesse Wilder is fencing this week I RMKtASUE COUNTY GOOCHLAND Gouchland March 21Rev Wm Alcorn preached to t largo crowd at Pleasant 11111 last Sunday Jeroms and John Cox of Knox County are visiting James Cox of this place Mrs Bertha Owens IB very ill with pneumonia Charlld Phillips and D Reynolds of McCiacken were in Goochland last Tuesday on business Jasper Bowman the merchant of Dry Fork passed thru on hlsjway to Clover Bottom Wednesday to start n mer chandise business there Jerome Cox of Knox Co has purchased Shela Fuquas property oti the state road Price 500 Mr Fuqua will go to Mt Vernon KyNed Parker who has been in Hamilton 0 for some time has returned Tom Stewart of Wlldle was In this part buying cattle last weekWm and Daniel Collins of this place have gone to Hamilton 0 to get employment John W Phillips was awarded tho mall route from Goochland to Livingston Ky Mr Moore of Lee County Ky has bought P Scotts farm 2 miles west ot here for a han home prlceDr Jones was fry Berea Friday BUI Bal lard was In GoochlaJ Friday on bus iness William Jones one oC Bereas students was among home folks Sat urday and Sunday CLIMAX Climax March 23The members of the family of Isaao Rector who havo measles are Improving slowly Mr Grant York is trading In sewing ma chines now Mace Anglin and Thomas PennIngton were at G Yorks on business last Monday nlghtMrs Lady Cummins visited the sick folks at Isaac Rectors last Thursday Mr S L Rose Is having a nice lot of boards made to cover his new barn and smoke housoDr R II Lewis was called to the bedside ot Mrs N A York last Thursday evening Mr Floyd Peters wan on Dry Ridge a few days ago looking after business Mr Parkie Scott sold his farm to a Mr Moore for 2500 Last Saturday und Sunday was regular meeting days at tho N II B church no lETRoblnet March T9 Regular ser vices were held at Horse Lick last Saturday and Sunday Liberty Car penter son ot fHas Carpenter died last Thursday night March 12 leaving a wile with foir children Alexander Howard from Indiana la spending a few weeks visiting his many friends In Jackson Hairlcon Bowles of Dan go who has been sick for some time is now progressing nicely Frank Davis has moved back to Clover Bottom where he expects to make his homePress Sexton Is talking of going to Berea where he expects to make his home Sid Martin Is go- Ing to make his home on Dry Fork this summer HOONE Boone March 23The Rev C S Wilson filled his regular appointment at Fair View church Saturday and Sunday Mr Sol Saylor died last Monday and was burled Tuesday at Fair View lIe leaves a wife and three small children The bereaved family have our deepest sympathy Mr Hamlin Is sick with grippe George Lamb who has grippe Is some better Mr Sol Wuckles recent ly moved to a farm belonging to Mr David Martin Mr Wm Rodgers ot Mote was In this vicinity last Fri daySabbath school at this place Is getting along nicely Mr Charles Owens and Miss Bessie Curby were quietly married at the home of the bride last Wednesday Born to Mr and Mrs Geo Parker on tho 17th a fine girlMr and Mrs James Lam bert were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jess Wieu Sunday Mr W M Smith returned from Clover Bottom where he has been employed for some tlmeFarmers are busy plowing The Rev C S Wilson preached an Interesting sermon at Conway Sun day night ItOCKFOIlD Rockford March 23Miss Vlrgla Martin is visitinG her sister Mrs Nora McGuiro of Berea She has had measles but is not much better Miss Elfa E Lake of Berea was In Scaffold Cane Saturday Mr and Mrs W T Llnvllle of this place visited Mr and Mrs H E Bullen Saturday nlght1Ir and Mrs C L Thomas visited Mr W II Thomas Saturday and Sunday Messrs W H Step hens and James Guinn visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday DISrtTTASTA- Dlsputanu March 23 Measles have made their appearance in this neigh borhood There are six cases now Mrs Lizzie Gadd who has been sick sa long Is not expected to live but a few days Her sister Mrs Cattle Black from Sullivan Ind has been visiting relatives and friends here and also her son and hfcwlfe Mr and Mrs William Black Mre Charlotte Krueger and her three children of Louisville have been visiting her sisters Mrs Lizzie Gadd and Mrs EI za Rowlett of this plneeMr Robert Abney and George Payne Jr went to Scaffold Cane Sund YUss Myrtle and Julia Rowlett visited their cousin Miss Lula Waddle Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Luther Rowlett and little son Amos of Berea are visiting the tormers par ents the Rev and Mrs L Rowlett of this place The Infant child of Mr and Mrs James Pennington died Mar 15 and was burled Monday at the family burying ground We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones Mr L Rowlett of this place attend ed church at Clover Bottom Sunday Mrs Desslo Anglln and her sister jfisHlJbn Linville visited Mrs Etta Abney Sundayp t f0 OWSLEY COUNTY YIKCKKT Vincent March 21Church at Vincent Sunday March 22 conducted by the Rev Parsons Mr A J Creech who has been In West Virginia for somo time has returned hotsCirc- ult Court convenes at Boonevlllo Mar 23rdT B Venabl was In Boone vlllo Friday on business Mlnter Day and wife of lake were tho guests of W II Vcnable Sunday nigh- tlastMr Harvey Marcum who hat his house burned hava new one nearly completed and vili soon moves Farmers are sowing oats and pro paring forjcrops All seem to think we will havo an early rprlng Mr lIar risen Turner of Buck Creek was In Vincent Friday on tuslnessj W H Venablo was the guest of Mr Joan Margraves Sunday STUIIOKOX Sturgeon March 20F F McCol lum Is In Lousvlllo this week buying goodsM C Strong visited home folks Saturday and Sunda coming from Boonevllle where he hM been going to school Such Gibson has moved Into the house recently vacat ed by Fayett Brewer Gco Roach of Green Hall was at Sturgeon Fri day on Important business John Necly Jr lat killed two wild ducks In Dr Mabaffeys mil dam Measles are now over in this vicinity but grippe Is very common Uoscoe Brew er Is planning to go Into the poultry business soonMr M C Hughes has been quite 111 tho past weelcL the little son of Mr and Mrs Wm Burch has been vstlng his grand parents Mr and Mrs V S Brewer of Sturgeon the past week- UVULEY Burley March 20Somo of the men floated ties Thursday There was preaching here Saturday Satur day night and Sunday conducted by J M and B II ColeMr and Mrs Grover Gabbard visited relatives at this place last Mondays Mr Green Hillard passed through hero Saturday making pictures Mr and Mrs Jas Seals visited Mr Wiu McCollura and Ellhu Phillips this weekThe Sun day Fchool reorganized last Sunday We are expecting to have t goo Sun day bchool during the year Every body Is Invited to attend and help us Elhu Phillips who has been lick fo a long time is not expected to live very long IILtItI Blake March 1C Harvey Venablo and John Chestnut pasted thru this vicinity looking after their Sheep and cattloW M Short who has been seriously 111 for somo time with ab scess on his backs Improving Is ane Carmack has been appointed ov erseer over the county roads and will have to loavo the taerehantttso bus moss for a short time LEECOUNTY rumvoimi Pebworth March 20 Spring has come and the people are busy farming Mr Isam Mays has built IS new dwelling this winter and bought an organ They are all well pleased with ItMiss Maggie Isaacs and Cordelia Easters wore the guests of lIas Rltha and Ida Mays Sunday Mr Nat Judd had a working and all reported a fine tlmeMr U M Mays has put up a now shop on the old Spencer Flan ery term where he will stay for a whileMr Hal Mays Is preparing to build a new dwelling this fall and Mr George Pates also CLAY COUNTY SKXTON8 CIirKK Sextons Creek March 20Tho sick people of this community dont seem to bo any better Mrs Maggie Ray accidently dropped her baby on the hearth Tuesday and It died the next dayJ A Hunter had a working Wednesday and preach- Ing service at nightWilliam Say lor of Blake was hero today on bus ness Marion Smith has trailed tot a fine saddle mare recentlyTie and stave market Is about as usual Corn and oats 75c per bushel Other farm products are hlghj W N Burch had a clearing Thursday Sherman Stab leton sold a mule a few days ago for U25gmlly Necley of Gray Hawk Ky Is visiting relatives hero this weekMargaret Bishop of Onodla Kv passed thru here Monday on her way to Island City to visit her sister Mrs 14 S B Rowlett JACKSON COUNTY alAULDEX Maulden March 21ThU people hero have been badly delayed In farm ing by wet weather Mr Arch Peters of Privett visited Maulden Sunday Mr Thomas Fields and W M Bogga returned from Leslie County Friday They have been visiting relatives Dan Cook who has been ill with con sumption for some tJine died Thursday morning Miss Sudie Wzlch of Gray Hawk and her sister Maggie returned from Bere Tuesday The latter has been 111 with measles but Is improving Leonard Medlcck of Annvlllo visited Maulden Sunday on i c business Mr John D Fields will leave Sunday for Hydcn Leslie Co where ho will attend school Mrs Jane Hamilton visited her parents at Tyncr SundayDr A J1 Ham thou visited Welchburg Sundry on business QUAY HAWK Gray Hawk March 16 Wm Hays is somewhat better with measles but his wife and six children are sick now Burnctf Blnghnm made a business trip to McKee Saturdays and returned to his brother J B Ding hnmIJU F Morris of Mlddlefork Ky passed thru hero enrouto for Indian Creek yesterday W M Par rett has purchased a new turning plow Jamcs Harrison visited J P Tincher ycsterday John Vlckers is planning to move to Bradshaw Ky We are sorry to lose such neigh ton as Mr Vlckers G W Tincher of Sturgeon visited the F L T lodge at McKee Saturday last W n Engle made n business trip to Mr Hurts yesterdayUnclo Thox I t rrett gave u very able lect ire te garding farming and horse raisins yesterday at the Judd school house All were glad to hear Mr Parrett talk It 1 tolEE McKee March 23The Sunday School at this place is progressing TheiC were five teachers and seventy two pupils In attendance yesterday There was no preaching at the Academy Sunday morning on account of the Rev Isaac Messier being un wellTlle Rev Mr nail failed to fill his appointment hero on the 3rd Sunday InsC Mr Wm Morris of Waneta passed through hero Satur day cnrouto to Oak Grove to attend the Farmers Club meeting there Sat unlay evening County Court last Monday was well attended People have begun to express themselves in the taco for the Republican nomina tion for president The race In this county Is between Taft and Fairbanks Taft seems to bo in tho load so far PAItnOT Parrot March 21J II Jones of Tyner made n business trip hero Mon day Sidney Bowling from Pearls Creek vras In our neighborhood Mon day buying cattle The Rot Wiley Baker and J Hundley made a bus ness trip to McKoe Monday Sam House made a theo days trip to Larue this week Jack Wilson was In our town last Monday Mr John Wilson told a horse to Mr S J Nol son for 90 and bought ono from Wm Ball for lOGTbe Shllo Baptist church service here the third Saturday and Sunday of each monthJolm LOOT made a buslnaw call here Friday KI1KIIV ICOII Kerby Knob March 2JThe young folks wore given a social at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Daniel Sparks Saturday night Al had a jolly timoMr Dutch Isaacs and Miss Rosa Powell were quietly married at the homo of the bride on March 12 We wish them a happy and successful IlfeMr and Mrs George Powell are the proud parents of a fine girl Born to Mr nnd Mrs Stova Engle a boyThe eleven months old baby of Clark Powell died Marsh 18 after four months Illness It was laid to rest in the grave yard at this place Klincr Click has not been able to do any work for over a month on account of having his toot sprained a Absolutely Pure From Grapes J the most healthful of fruits comes the chief ingredient of I ROYAL THINK IT OVER The following paragraph about William 0 Bradley was taken from an article In tho Louisville Herald which was loud in Its praise of the new Senator and did not Intend to wrong him Think It over The spoils system for which he so boldly declar has been condemned by Reese lOS Taft Fairbanks Knox Yorker every other prominent Itepub lican In our own day and by almost every Important statesman In Am erican history Good men agree that It has been the worst curse of American politics and has brought Ibo t many of the worst evils that tho people are suffering from today It may be that Bradloy did not say any thing that Justified this paragraph but it was written by a friend nnd ho has not denied It This Is the par agraph Without hesitation Bradley declared his belief that to the victors belong the rpolls and bo said that although he was always for Democrats WhOA they would aid and contribute to tie triumph of the Republican principles ho was first and above everything also for his patty end its creed Think it over well GUMPTION ON THE FARM A threefoot gap can make uioloM three mlles of good tones Just hold on to yourself till the land Is dry enough to work without being lumpy There are fewer red noses among tanners than among any other claw of people on earth Keep out of time stock market 1C Is filled with snares and pitfalls and Is no place for an honest man I Steer clear of store debts They are mortagoH on tho future drawing compound Interest Dont think you con carry the world on your shoulders Give tho IPOWDERt1 Tire only baking powder p made from Royalee Grape Cream of Tartar ree- la 11 Com s Mule more then the Ujunout duns 0RoaJyoU0 rest of the folks a chance to lift with youtThese arc the days of the spring auction Make up your mind not to buy anything you do not need and stick to It like a dog to a root Now mind this Make two sowings of clover seed ono now and ono early In April Use halt red other half alslko Do not miss tho alsike Many n man who strongly objects to pumping water for a halfdopn cowr thinks nothing of sitting around for halt a day pumping his neighborsLook a little and see If you can not get some better oats than your own for seed A change Is often one of tho most profitable things possible You can not do much at fixing fen cee till the frost is oUt ot the ground but be on hand ns soon as that tlmo cones A little later you may have more than you can do without fixin- glancesFarm Journal FREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DRoHOBSON DENTIST Richmond Ky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transact a general banking business we Invlte you specially to place st least a portion of your account with us whether large or small JI 11 HYDEN KY ONE MORE LOOK 0 Into the Post Before the Roofing Season Opens in Earnest During the last fifteen months I have covered barns stores dwellings school and church houses I put on flat steep plain and cutup roofs using in all about 100000 square feet of metal roofing I also took off and relayed 20000 square feet of metal roofing put on by inexperienced workmen I put up about 3000 feet of caves trough and conductor pipe I also installed several hot air heating systems besides doing n lot of other kinds of metal work I did work for several hundred different persons and many large congregations and sclooldistrictsin four different counties I shipped lots of metal roofing to many different points along the L N and Rolling Branch R R Now since my work had a thoro test I kindly ask it as a favor of my patrons to let me know if any of my work has not given satisfaction especially during the heavy winds of this last month If my work is not satisfactory I will come and make it all right free of charge and thank you for your kindness in aiding me to become a more perfect metalroofer 1 I guarantee my work to give satisfaction- In order to make my guarantee worth something and in order to make my customers more free to call me back to make my work all right should it not give perfect satisfaction Iwill lay aside the small profit Imake by selling metal roofing for a fund to defray expense whichmay occur should it happen that some of my work should not be up to the standard 2 If insurance men dont insure your metal roofagainst wind I will insure it and keep it painted fora small sum to be paid annually 3 I promise to sell you better roofing for less money than any other man in this part of the state If you find after making a purchase that charged you more than the market price I will gladly pay you back the difference- If you are planning to do any kind of building this year it will pay you to step into my tin shop on Golden Place and see the different kinds of roofing I have for the coming season HENRY LENGFELLNER Tinner Metal Roofing a Speciality Berea Kentucky 0 UIUS Mal aI cuut of reach of phone nfaetenths of my tlwe hLr t I