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Digital page images are linked to the text file. eier +la s eeraeMstsMeI i BEREA PUBLISHING iIJOCJaruRAT1 iSTARUY l6tJttf al tAt fotto e at limn AV ekuvnuvukc 1 otie bso osolo o o a I IX Fire cents ti MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 2 1008 One Dollar a year No 40 NEWS OF THE WEEK Seventy Die In Mln 250000 Miners May StrikeBomb thrown at Police In New York Congressman shoots Negro In Stroet Car FIFTY RESCUERS nmover fif ty men wbo went Into n mine In Wy oming Saturday afternoon to rescue eighteen men killed ot Injured by an explosion were caught by a second blovup and nl1 were killed as well as the men that were In first There la no hope of getting out those who may have escaped as tho mine la on tiro MAY BE BIO STRIKE The set tlement between the miners and mine omners as to wares and hours which wo announced as nearly com pleted has failed to go thru and there Is Manger of a strike of 250000 men Bomo of the owners have ob Jected to tho terms and as a result the 20 COO have quit work till the dispute Is settled It It takes long there will bo very serloui rcfluHa BOMB FOR POLICE A foreign newspaper published In Now York which has been trying to stir up a social revolution out ot tho prevent hard times Issued a call for a parade ot socialists and anarchists In that city last Saturday and about ten thousand people responded In one of the parka There had been no per mission from the police and a cou ple of hundred mon were sent to break thr meeting up before the riot could get started An anarchist start ed to throw a bomb into a conpany of policeman but U went oU in his hands Ho was badly wounded and a friend of his was killed and four poUclmel woro hurt Tho police evorywhtre are having a great deal of trouble with the dissatisfied jo clallsls and anarchists but they al ways teem to make matters worso when thty try to prevent them from speechnuking CONORESSMAN SHOOTS NE GRO Congressman T J Hetlln of Alabama got Into a row with a party ly drunken negro In a street car in Washington tact Friday and finally shot him Mr lleflln who comes from the district whom Tuskecgue the great colored school Is was on his way to deliver a temperance tea lure AMBASSADOR NOT LIKED There is some trouble and a little mystery about the appointment of anew Ambassador to Germany Dr David Jayno Hill who hits been la the American dlplomtlo service for some years was regularly pppolntcd after tho German Foreign office had said that ho would ho acceptable but af ter tho appointment it was reported first that Germany would refuse to receive him and when this was denied xlt was Buld that ho was greatly dis liked by tho Emperor and would bo forced to retire truth of the matter iron not been told EARTHQUAKE DESTROYS CITY Clillnpx n city of 15000 inhabitants in Mexico was wiped out last TI- dilY by an earthquake and n flro that followed iU All tho Inhabitants woo driven out and It Is supposed that several hundreds were killed PLACES FOR MITCIIELLJohn Mitchell for ten years preldent of tho United Mlno Workers retired Tuesday and his place was taken by Thomas L Lewis elected last tall to succeed him There are a good many places open to Mr Mitchell perhaps tho most Important being one at Panama where tho President wants him to look Into labor condition APOLOGIES The Citizen In sory to be delay ed a day this week in reaching its rnidcra but there has teemed no way uut of tno ditUcrlty Tho College printing office which does the work for The Citizen la badly rushed and tho Illness ot ono of tho men put everything behind WINNOWED IDEAS Truth Is the greatest good that man can receive and the goodliest blessing God can BlvePlutarchL- chrnlng is an ornament In prosperity a refute in adversity and a provision In pd age Ariatote What can the man fear who takes care in all his actions to pleaaa a be ing that is omnipotent Joseph Addison t n J olloeofaoESIDENTS OFFICE KY CITIZENto the Interests of the Mountain People copyBEREA PLANS FOR WALKS Council May Order Property Holders to Lay Cement Sidewalks Cheap er Ones Would Leave Something for Better Roads Every resident of Herca Is Inter ested personally In an orJlnanco now before tbo Town Council regarding sidewalks It will be a matter of convenience acil comfort to all of ua and of expense to a good many and the subject is therefore about as im portant as can tome up Tho proposition now before the Council is to require tho properly owners along certain streets to put In cement sidewalks The walks are to bo five feet wide with a drain underneath then a tilling of broken stone or brickbats covered with ix Inches of broken stone and cement and finished with two Inches of ca meat It will bo e fine walk and there Is no doubt that It will bo a great Improvement to tho town and ono greatly needed Tho plan Is to have it on both sides of tho street from tha hill by Prof Masons house to Welshs corner and on the east- side of the Richmond Pike as far as tho Baptist Church This improvement will cost prob ably more than has ever been spent on tbo BereA streets at once before perhaps more than has been spent on the streets altogether Tho exact cost The Citizen has not been ablo to learn Somo ot the mem bers of tho Council think It can bo put In for fifteen cents A square foot or seventy five cents a running toot A contractor whom Tim Citizen called up but who did trt want to bo quoted because no might bid on the job said that the cost would ba all of twenty cents a foot and figure secured by tho col lege when some work of the same kind was under consideration puttee price at twenty two cents The sulk Along Auln street cost LS8 a running foot The price therefore will be koraowhcro between 1075 and 1110 a running foot that Is a man with a hundred foot lot will have to pay from 75 to 110 for his walk Altogether there are 8875 feet of walk to bo laid and tho cost will bo from C730 to 9870 Every owner can tell at onco about what ItIwill cost him So Tar as Tho Citizen can find outI no ono In town is opposing the ira provamont No ono doubts that tho town needs every bit of help of that kind It oem get and sidewalks will help a good deal but there are some people who doubt whether this will bo tho best way to spend the ey They ask what will be monj the road which aro so bad that can hardly bo used In winter and also whnt good It will do to have fine sidewalks when we have to get Into three Inches ot mud every time we como to n crossing Also a low point out that this walk is is a better ono than most towns oven a good deal bigger and richer than Borea have In Wllllamsburg a recent sidewalk ordinance called for only four toot walks against five here many ot Richmonds walks are still brick and stone Hero are a tow things that could bo done with tho money Think them thru and see which would suit you best and which seems to you would do most for the town If tho town is willing to have a cheaper sidewalk It can got one that will do perfectly well to get around on will look well too and will at the same time be a starter on a co meat walk so that nothing will have to be torn out when the citizens get money nougb to put that in This Is n cinder walk To build it you put in n drain as In a cement walk then broken stone just the same and then a layer of cinders There you have a pretty good walk It Is dry and docs not get dusty It will cost about twenty Mvo cents n running foot or 25 a hundred foot lot And when wo get ready the founda tion for a cement walk is all there HINTS FOJR FARMERS 1 Plowing time is about here and the farmers everywhere are getting their rs work started The good ones have done a lot alreadyand will not be rushed now that the time for Iiclc work has come but they may have over ooked some things and the others need to be reminded of them So here is a list of things which a farming expert says every mountain farmer should do to begin his spring work I Look over all the land he intends to plant find the field best suited to the crops he wants see what that field needs in the way of fertilizer and drainage to give that crop the best chance and decide on the time for plowing whether the land is sod clay or loam 2 Put all fences in ood order A stitch in time saves nine and it does not pay to let the stock get to thinkng it can get through the fences 3 Clean all fence cotners and fill washes with brush 4 Estimate acreage and the amount of each kind of seed and of fertilizer needed for the farm 5 Get from seed catalogues and fertilizer price list the things wanted and send for them seeing to it that all fertilizer has the state guarantee and that the seeds are the best and then test all seed before planting 6 Have all plows sharpened and all machinery oiled and repaired 7 Have fruit trees pruned and whitewashed 8 Take a dry day and rake and burn all rub bish on the place 9 Plans for the years work should all be written out with the dates for planting each crop so that noth ing will be forgotten when the time for it comes 10 Make a map of the farm and number every field and bed This isor not only interesting but it saves mistakes n Take the best farm paper and read it well 12 Last but not least clean up the front yard and plant some flowers for the poor tired wife and ready for use Ot course the walk Is not so good as the cement but It is a great Improvement on any thing we have now and the main thing Is that it will leave some roc over to do other things with It tho property owners are assess ed the amount that It would take for the wment walks and the money lit put en the roads we would have nn Improvement there as great as on the walks and the town would be better off For tho money from 4000 to 7000 good pike possib ly a macadamized one with curb ing could bo put In where ever ho side walk has been planned We should have less mud in winter and loss dust in summer and better traveling all tho year round and a- Cllael flith 1t1 NEW TRIALS GRANTED A new trial on the charge ot shoot Ing P D McBride has been granted S E Welch by tho Court of Appeals When the case was tried before he was asked whether tho cause of the shooting was not his friendship for a certain woman and the judge made him answer the question in spite or the protests of ha lawyers The court now rules that answering the question ho Incriminated himself and tho constitution provides that no man can be mado to testify against himself Therefore a new trial la orderedBcrea has been favored during tho last few days with the presence of Mr George Settle recently convict ed ot criminal rclatlonswlth a young girl Lore In view of various stories icing told by his friends the facts vlll bo interesting- Mr Settle has been trying to set a new trial and the his first effort failed he kept up and finally suc ceeded In getting from a doctor In Oklahoma an affidavit that tho girl was older than the records show and that in fact she had passed the age of consent There were other corro borative affidavits which some way did not appear at the original trial and as they wore new evidence a new trial was granted Tho judge set the case for tho October term and dis charged Settle without ball at the Bob Hampton of Placer By RANDALL PARRISH The strongest serial story ever published IT BEGINS IN THIS PAPER TODAY 3- O 4 1lo same time advising him for his own good not to appear for trial nor to come again in tho jurisdiction of the court Thus he made It plain that it Settle left town he would rot l 5Vthettdbjit that It he stayed he would be tried It is of Interest also that the girl died Saturday at her home in Clay county TOBACCO FIGHT HOT Willson Declares that no Trust Agents Tobacco or Warehouses Have been HurtDenies Charge of Favoring Trust After Ring Leaders Tho tobacco situation Is about tho same as last week but there have been several sensational develop ments First tho outlaws have been active They have threatened a grand Jury foreman havo burned beaten and carried on in tho usual way Then tho Juries have been active too Secral men have been Indicted and one has been cent to Jail But most of tho excitement has cen tered around the governor He has been accused ot falllnc to do his duty and has replied that ho was working more than he Ja talking and that considerable progress has been made It Is sari that tie has evidence against several of the ringleaders and will soon have arrests made Ho has also shown that ho Is tlm friend of all the people and will not stand for any law lessness by either trusts or night ri dare Ills most important statement I- sthlsthct In all the night riding nlj Independents have been hurt Ha says that no trust agent or trust warehouse or trust tobacco has been harmed but that it has always been the independents the few men who have stood between the people and the trust that have been hurt Ha not say so but It certainly looks that way that this means that the leaders of the night riders are really friends cf the trust and are not fighting for the people at all but for the trust Think ot that The report of a sale of a largo part ot the crop proved fals- ePOLITICAL NOTES Foraker Makes Bad Break Rem nants of AldrIch Bill Pass Senate President Sends Another Messag to Congress FORAKERS BLUNDER Sen ator Foraker made a had blunder last week in having put on the official record ot the Senate a paper which accuses VlcePrev Fairbanks of ser ious things Foraker had not read the paper which is an official report on the fur seal industry and he with drew it ta soon aa he found put what ar ICnWaa anil 7111L- 4 1IN OUR Own STATE Judge Cantrlll DyingFire Causes Big Loss at Winchester Gift of 50000 to Wllltamsburg from Rock efeller Fund- CNTIULL DYING Judge James E Cantrlll who rondo a name for him self In the Powers Howard and Yout 867 trials is dying at Lls home nt Georgetown DIG WINCHESTER FJREA fire last Thursday practically destroyed a Mock cf buildings on the Main Stat Winchester Colni damage estimate at 200000 Tho burned buildings In cluded the poet office and the lodge rooms of most all the lodges of the city The cause of the fire is not known DIG GIFT TO WILLIAMSBURG The General Education Board which was recently formed by Rockefeller to distribute money for the aid of ed dUClL lon in the South has given 50 000 to WiniamsburgB Baptist College IjIlURMANGovWllhon Governor of Virginia asking him 10 respite Leo Thurman of West Point Ky who waj sentenced for murder till his brother could get evidence on the case together STATE FACING BIG DEFICIT Wlllson Forced to Veto Bills Because There Is no Money to Pay Appro priations Democrats Ran Behind STATE NEEDS MONEY Gov WIlson announced Monday in giving his reason for vetoing the tubereu losis sanitarium school book and oth er bills that there was already a d flclt In the state finances and that tho legislature Instead of providing for ways to euro it had voted approp riations without providing any money to pay theta with He says that tho State now has a dsflclt estimated at 500000 and that during the last year of Mr Bcckhams administration there was n deficit ot 47011789 DEMOCRATS NOT AT PEACE The Democratic efforts to brlns peace to the party have failed Beck ham will not bury the hatchet He has stancd a tight by trying to have the state convention held in Lexington or Frankfort where most of his friends are Instead cf Louisville DEADLOCK IN 23rdThe Repub lican District Committee of the 23nl Judicial District Is deadlocked over the method ot nominating Judge and Attorney Judge Adams and Kelly Kash want a primary while Gourley and his friends want a mass convention The committee could not decide which throws It up to the Stale Central Committee REALLY NONpARTISANGov WillEon has again shown that ho in I ewMvartnkle1eiaatasFj o The Citizen is Growing Rap 0 g idly Let Your Business Keep Pace With it By Adver jo 0tising 0I WCir uel0i0NapaeaN l00N0tnj j Vol Tho and does MONEY TALKS How Money That is Wasted i Might Make People Rich Many a man fritters away every year an amount largo enough if saved and put at interest to buy a home or start in business in a few yearsEvery man owes it to himself to save something out of his earnings to provide for his later years The systematic saving of small I sums Is the only way by which the average man can secure a competency or provide for the future i Our savings department provides the opportunity for the Investment of r savings in any amount t We receive deposits of any size from as small as one dollar to as large as ten thousand dollars You can start with a single dollar r If you wish and add to it from time w to time as you are able If you fop low this plan you will be surprised i- to see how last the dollars pile up Your money deposited with us will bo safe it will earn four per cent compound interest and it may be drawn out at any time without any previous notice of any kind 1 whatever Berea Bank Trust Co j Ipromlscsnew of the pub lic Institutions that they must keep out of pcHtlce The Republicans have been charged with fighting this leg illation but Willsons action proves that they are for the best In politics and are the true friends of the state t GOVERNOR AWAYGov WillsonIleft for a trip to Albany N Y on private business he will stop on ha I way back in New York City it is expected that ho will take up the matter of a pardon for Caleb Powers j when he gets home- REPUBLICANS MAY CONTROL There is a pretty good cbanco for the Republicans to control the next Senate at Frnnkfnrt autf all in s party wint to do everything they theIto keep it in sjnpo for t good fight next year There will be nineteen I members to be elected and the Re publicans have to elect only seven of them to tie with tie Democrats It will be a fine indorsement of Will sons fine administration to do this OUT AGAINST EDWARDSJohntO Matthews Is ou against lion C Edwards for the Eleventh District I nomination for Congress He Is oprposing Edwards on the ground that that he did not sign the Powers par don petition tho as everybody knows many of Powers best friends are against ids being pardoned till after another trial RESOLVED THAT IF You VANT TO LOOt LIKE A CLOWN GET A CLOWNS 1 OUTFIT AND BE DONE WITH ayjBUT if You WANT TO REALLY LOOK WELL DRESSED COMETO j f PLACE WHERE THEY VE GOT I THE GoowBVSrER IF YOU Do NOT BELIEVE THAT WE HAVE GoT THE GooDs JUST COME AROUND AND SEE THOSE WHO HAVE DEALT WITH US KNOW WE HAVE GOT THE GOODS AND THEY CoNTINUE I TO DEAL WITH US WE REFER YOU To OUR CUSTOMERS As To THE QUALITY STYLE AND PRICE ON OUR GooDsICOYLE HAYESJYou Pay LessOrGet More 4 k r CHAPTER I Hampton of Placer It was not an uncommon tragedy of the wont If slightest chronicle of it survive it must bo discovered among tho musty and nearly forgotten records of tho Eighteenth regiment of In fantryYet the tale is worth telling now when such days are past and gone There were 16 of them when like so many hunted rabbits they were first securely trapped among the frowning rocks and forced relentlessly back ward from off the narrow trail until the precipitous canyon walls finally halted their disorganized flight and from sheer necessity compelled a rally In hopeless battle Sixteen ten in fantrymen from old Fort Bethune un der command of Syd Wyman a gray headed sergeant of 30 years continu ous service In the regulars two cow punchers from the XL ranch a stranger who had Joined them unin vited at the ford over the near Water together with old Olllls the post trader and his silent chit of a girl Sixteenbut that was three days before and in the meanwhile not a few of those speeding Sioux bullets had found softer billet than the limestone rocks Six of the soldiers four al ready dead two dying layout stretched in ghastly silence where they fell Then the taciturn Glllls gave sud den utterance to a sobbing cry and a burst of red spurted across his white beard as he reeled backward knock Ing the girl prostrate when ho fell Eight remained one helpless one a mere lass of 10 It was tho morning of tho third day Tho beginning of the affair had burst upon them so suddenly that no two in that stricken company would have told tho same tale None among them had anticipated trouble In all the fancied security of unquestioned peace these chance trav elers had slowly tolled along tho steep trail leading toward the foothills Gillis and the girl as well as the two cattlohcrdcrs were on horseback the remainder soberly trudged forward on foot with guns slung to their shoulders Wyman was somewhat in advance walking beside the stranger the latter a man of uncertain age smoothly shaven quietly dressed in garments bespeaking an eastern tailor a bit grizzled of hair along the tem ples and possessing a pair of cool gray eyes Ho had Introduced himself by tho name of Hampton but had volunteered no further Information nor was it customary in that country to question impertinently Hampton through the medium of easy conversation early discovered in the sergeant an Intelligent mind pos sessing some knowledge of literature They had been discussing books with rare enthusiasm and the former had drawn from the concealment of an inner pocket a diminutive copy of The Merchant of Venice from which ho was reading aloud a disputed passage when the faint trail they followed sud denly dipped into tho yawning mouth of a black canyon It was a narrow gloomy contracted gorge a mere gash between those towering hills shadowing its depths on either hand A swift mountain stream noisy and clear as crystal dashed from rock to rock close beside the more northern wall while the Illdefined pathway strewn with bowlders and guarded by underbrush clung to tho opposite side where low scrub trees partially obscured the vIew All was silent aa death when they entered yet they had barely advanced a short hundred paces when those apparently bare rocks in front flamed red the narrow defile echoed to wild screeches and became Instantly crowded with weird leaping figures It was like a plunge from heaven Into hell Blaine and Endlcott sank at tho first fire while Wymans stricken arm dripped blood Indeed under that sudden shock ho fell and was barely rescued by the prompt action of the man beside him Dropping the opened book and firing madly to loft and right with a revolver which appeared to spring Into his hand as by magic tho latter coolly dragged the fainting soldier across the more exposed space tintH the two found partial security among a mass of loosened rocks litter lag the baso of th9 precipice The others who survived that first scorch fag discharge also raced toward thli eamo shelter impelled thereto by the unerring Instinct of border fighting and flinging themselves fiat behind rotootlng bowlders begun responding Jtb tho hot fire rained upon them Scattered and hurried as these first volleys were they proved sufficient to xheck Urn howling demons in the open 7v has never been Indian nature to tfaco unprotected tho aim of tho white anentard those dark figures which only a moment before thronged the narripw gorge leaping crazlly in the riot it apparent victory suddenly racltul from sight slinking down Into leafy kaverts besMa the stream or lout- anletsantong tbu rocks Uuo so many 0 f vanishing prairie dogs Now and then a sinewy brown arm might Incautiously project across tho gleaming surface of a rock or a mop of coarse black hair appear above tho edge of a gully either incident resulting in a quick interchange of fire That was all yet tho experienced frontiersmen knew that eyes as keen as those of any wild animal of the jungle were watching murderously their slightest movement Wyman now reclining in agony against the base of the overhanging cliff directed the movements of his little command calmly and with sober military judgment Little by little un der protection of the rifles of the three civilians the uninjured Infantrymen crept cautiously about rolling loosened bowldors forward into position until they finally succeeded in thus erecting a rudo barricade between them and the enemy Tho wounded who could bo reached were laboriously drawn bad within this Improvised shelter and when tho black shadows of the night finally shut down all remaining alive were once more clustered together the injured lying moaning and ghastly beneath the overhanging shelf of rock and the girl who possessed nil the pa tient stoicism of frontier training rest- Ing In silence her widely opened eyes on those faroff stars peeping above the brink of the chasm her head pil lowed on old Olllls knee Twice during tho long night volun teers sought vainly to plorce those Right lines of savage watchers A long wailing cry of agony from out the thick darkness told the Sate of their first messenger while Casey of tho XL crept slowly painfully back with an Indian bullet embedded deep in hid shoulder Just before the cum ing of dawn Hampton without utter tog a word calmly turned up the collar of his tightly buttoned coat so as better to conceal tho white collar he wore gripped his revolver between his teeth and crept IIko some wriggling snake among tho black rocks and through tho dense underbrush in search after water By some miracle of divine merty ho was permitted to pass unscathed and came crawling back a dozen hastily filled canteens dangling across his shoulders It was like nectar to those parched feverish throats but of food mouthful a piece remained in the haversacks Tim second day dragged onward its hours bringing no chango for tho better no relief no slightest ray of hope The hot sun scorched them pitilessly and of the wounded died delirious From dawn to dark there came no slackening of tho savage watchfulness which held tho survivors helpless bo hlpd their coverts The merest up lifting of the slightest of a hand was sufficient to tm onstrata how sharp were those savage eyesAnother long blank night followed during which for an hour or so in turn the veary defenders slept toss- Ing uneasily and disturbed by fearful dreams Then gray and amid tho lingering shadows of darkness third dread day of un eaiukYSjonflfct All thatMt was oeitined to bo thblr last en this earth unless help came for two days Wyman had scarcely stirred from where be lay bolstered against tho rock Sometimes he be came delirious from fever uttering In coherent phrases or swearing In pill ful weakness Again ho would par tially arouse to his old sense of soldierly duty and assume intelligent command Now ho twisted painfully about upon his side and with clouded eyes sought to discern what man was lying next him The faco was hidden so that all ho could clearly distinguish was the fact that this was not clothed as a soldier- Is that you Hampton ho ques tioned his voice barely audible The person thus addressed who was lying flat upon his back silently upward at the rocky front of the cliff turned cautiously over upon his elbow before venturing reply Yes what Is It sergeant It looks to bo a beauty of a morning way up yonderThere was hearty cheery ring to his clear voice which left the pain racked old soldier envious My God ho growled savagely Tie likely to bo the last any of us will ever see Wasnt It you I heard whistling just now Ono might im agine this was to be a wedding rather than a funeral And why not Wyman Didnt you know they employed music at both functions nowadays Besides It is not every man who is permitted to assist at his own obsequiestho very uniqueness of such a situation rather appeals to my sense of humor Tho sergeant his teeth clinched to repress the pain racking him stifled his resentment with an evident effort You may be less lighthearted when you learn that the last of our ammunition Is already In tIle guns he remarked stiffly I suspected as much Anti the speaker lifted himself on one elbow to peer down tho fine of recumbent fig ures To bo perfectly frank with you sergeant the stuff has held out considerably longer than I believed would judging from tho way those dough boys of yours kept popping at every shadow in front of them Its i marvel to me tho muttonheads they Hampton Fired Madly and Left I barely a two a heave movement d solemn dawned understood man gazing a tightly it take Into the army Oh now you neednt scowl at me like that Wyi man Ive worn the blue and seen some service where a fellow needed to be a man to sport tho uniform Bel sides Im not indifferent old chap and just so long as there remained any work worth attending to In this skirmishing affair I did it didnt Il But I toll you man there is mighty lit tie good trying to buck against Fate and when T uck once finally lets go of stralgh1tothe sum and substance of all my philosophy old fellow consequently I never kick simply because things happen to go wrong Whats tho use Theyll go wrong just tho same Consequently upheld by my acquired philosophy Im merely holding back one shot for myself as a sort of grand finale to this fandango and another for that little girl out yonder These word wero uttered slowly thq least touch of a lazy drawl appar ent in the low voice yet there was an earnest simplicity pervading the speech which somehow gave it 1m prepsiveness The man meant exactly what he said beyond the possibility of a doubt Tho old soldier accustomed- to every form of border eccentricity gazed at him with disapproval Either youre the coolest devil Ive mot during 30 years of soldiering ho commented doubtfully or else the craziest Who are you anyhow I I1aJUIJtoThe other smiled grimly You have the name tolerably correct old fellow likewise that delightful spot so lately honored by my residence In brief ydiult giitntitfitteebeesla1ctilllri the turn perfectly so far as your limited information extends In strict can fl dent I propose now to impart to you what has hitherto remained a profound secret Upon special request cf a number of influential citizens of Placer including the city marshal and other officials expressed In mass meeting I have decided upon desert ing that sagebrush metropolis to Its just fate and plan to add the Info once of my presence to tho future de velopment of Qlcucald I learn that tho climate there Is more salubrious more conducive to long living tho cltl zons of Placer being peculiarly excit able and careless with their fire armsTho sergeant had been listening saylhoTho undefiled truth every word ol it No wonder you aro shocked A fine state of affairs isnt It when o plainspoken pleasautmannerell gen tleman such as I surely ama uni versity graduate by all tho gods the nephew of a United States senator and acknowledged to be tho greatest exponent of scientific poker in this ten rltory should be obliged to hastily change his chosen place of abode because of tho threat of an Ignorant and depraved mob Ever have a ropo dangled In front of your eyes sergeant and a gunbarrel biting into your check at the same lime Accept my word for it tho experience Is trying on the nerves Ron a perfectly square ganio too and those ducks knew It but theres no true sporting spirit left ID- I this territory any more However spilled milk Is never worth sobbing over and Fate always contrives to play tho final hand in any game and stocks the cards to win A breath of good honest prayer would servo better than anything else groaned tho sergeant soberly The gray eyes resting thoughtfully on tho old soldiers haggard face bo came instantly grave and earnest Sincerely I wish I might aid yoi with ono the man admitted but 1 fear old fellow any prayer coming from my lips would never ascend very far However I might try the comfort of a hymn and you will remember this one which no doubt you have helped to sing back In Gods country There was a moments hushed pause during which a nflo cracked sharply out In the ravine then the reckless follow his bond partially supported against tho protecting bowlder lifted up a full rloh barytone in rend lion of that hymn of Christian falth NeAr +r my Cat to Thee Nearer to TJiwI Een though It be a cross That ral eth me Bun all my song Nearer my 1 to Thou Nnarer to Thee Glazed and wearied oyos glanced cautiously toward tho singer around tho edgos of protecting rocks fingers loosened their grasp upon tho rifle barrel smokobegrlmed cheeks became moist while lips a moment before profaned by oaths grow silent and trembling Out in front a rovengtrul bravo sent his bullet swirling just above tho singers head tho sharp fragments of rock dislodged falling In a shower upon his upturned face but tho fearless rascal sang serenely on to the end without a quaver Mistake It for a death song likely ho remarked dryly while the last clear lingering note reechoed by the cliff died reluctantly away In softened cadence Beautiful old song sergeant and I trust hearing it again has done you good Sang it once la u church way back In New England But what Is the trouble Did you call me for some special reason Yes came tho almost gruff response for Wyman the foyer steal ing back upon him felt half ashamed of his unshed tears That Is provided you retain sufficient sense to listen Old Glllls was shot over an hour ago yonder behind that big bowlder and his girl sits there still holding his head In her lap Shell sot hit also unless somebody pulls her out of there and shes doing no good to Olllls hos dead- Hamptons clearcut expressive face became graver all trace of reckless ness gono from It Ho lifted his head cautiously peering over his rock cover toward whero ho remembered caterer In tho fight Glllls had sought refuge TO BE COlfTINUED I A Sure Curs F Marlon Crawford at a dinner la Now York attacked spiritualism In prlnclplo It may be true Mr Craw ford said but spiritualism as It la practiced today is a thing to beware of I know a man whoso wife sudden ly developed a great Interest In splr itualism She attended seance after stance at tho house of a handsome medium with dark thick hair and smoldering eyes Ilex husband cured her though He took to accompanying her to the mediums and at every seance ho rot the most passionate and tender messages from his first wife- Concrete Lighthouse By the use of concrete A tall lighthouse was constructed In a short period of time at the Point do la Coubrt At tho mouth of the Qlrondo river la Franc The building Is 226 feet high and about 35 feet in diameter at the baso It was finished in nine months after the beginning of the work and cost 90000 Tho haste was duo to the fact that tho sea threatened to wash Away the old structure Using the Insurance I think said the man whoso com mcrclsl emporium hd ocen burned curiously that Ill try my now yacht this attornodn Ahj going to have a fire sail com rnsnldd a friend but as this stylo o jeer has to bo seen nprlnt to U9nu PnUt dJt9tpal of coitraa =Pblt r GOOD ROADS H H Gross Special Agent of Govern ment Tells State Aid Plan Fifteen years ngo New Jersey awak ened to tho fact that the highways ire public property and tho state owoa a duty to them After a bitter con test In which thc farmers who worn to be the greatest beneficiaries almost to a man opposed the plan they began to build roads by state aid When they had had tho experience of build- Ing roads using thorn and paying for thorn and found how state aid hind relieved their burden more roads wero demanded State after state has fallen Into lino to improve tho high ways by contributions from tho state Completed Surface of an Improved Country Road treasury Now York and Pennsyl vania and all the states coat are now building upon that plan and they aft doing more under It In a year than they over did In ton years thereto fore In February 1908 Virginia joined tho ranks of state aid states and so the good work goes on There is a double advantage In building under this plan the fleet Is s larger property list to assess for the purpose the second tho roads must be built under a capable engineer which Insures proper construction Those In position to know generally agree that the monoy spent by the local road officials Is often onehalf to threefourths wasted If they do tho right thing they are apt to do It at the wrong time State aid solves this problemThis plan of road building does not take away from the locality ltd control of time highways the people of the township decide for themselves whether they will or will not make Im provements under the state RId law If they decide In favor ottho Im provement the state must pay Its proportion If they decide not to build well end good Or If they prefer to levy a local tax and spend It In the wrong way they nro at liberty to do so tho attitude of tho state being that It stands ready to assist In permanent ly Improving tho highways but the work done must bo under the super vision of the state engineer This plan has worked and Is work ing successfully In 14 states and Is spreading like wild fire Of all parts of tho union no section la so lacking In good roads or so abundantly able to build them as tho Mississippi valley especially the corn belt State aid will make it practicable to build roads in this section with very little If any Increase of taxation over tho amount already being paid NOTES Patience and energy well applied will do wonders An Indiscriminate mixing of breeds will produce scrubs Tho muddy yard Is worse for sheep than for any other stock The owe that receives good care shows it in her produce Scrubs among sheep are just as bad as scrubs among hogs and cattle Tho earlier the fat sheep are put upon tho market tho better the prices Every farm homo should have lots of sunshine Its free and mighty healthfulSunshine Is as valuable in tho barn as la the henhouse There Is usually less of it though A lot of valuable work can bo done right now If there Is a comfortable workshop on the farm The man who tries to got tho best ho can from his farm seldom has difficulty spiling his products This is a good llmo to put the fan ning mill to work Its tho best way to Improve the small grain seed Tho selling side of farming Is an important thing bo not hold the stun too long and do not be in too much of a hurry Removing Ax Handle Tho handle may bo easily removed from the ax by placing the blade on tho top of a heated stove and leaving It there till 4he Iron around wfmt Id known astho oyo becomes quite hot Heat expands the Iron making It an easy matter to drive tho handle from the blade Serves Him Rfght The farmer who thtnkstmore of his own welfare than ho does of that of his live stock i often disappol5ted oh market day L I ALFALFA CULTURE Dome Facts Regarding It as Feed for Cattle Sheep and Hogs C r Alfalfa Is not Intended In tho main as a pasture crop that is to say cat tie sheep and ruminants animals that chow the cudwill almost Invar luDly bloat and probably die It they do not have prompt attention when grazed on rank alfalfa Horses hogs and animals that do not chew the cud can graze on It with Impunity Furth er It Is almost too valuable for paw tore that Is It can ho utilized tc greater profit In other ways Ono nj those ways Is to cut It up and feed I uncured If so used slightly wilted nothing bloats from eating It Cured as hay It docs not cause tho qnldnl to bloat A piece of land In alfalfa can bo cut from one side to tho other nail have It fresh all tho time when you get through from one lIdo of tho Held tho other side Is rondy to bo cut again Aside from Its value ns n forage crop It has almost equal value as a robots tor ronowor and fertilizer of the soil Properly a man should have part of his farm In alfata whllo ho It raising other crepe on the remainder and nftor a field has been In alfalfa for four or fivo years ho should plow It up and plant other crops and sow tho rest of tho land In alfalfa and keep up that sort of u rotation One of tho most wonderful things about this plant Is Its root system No other we have begins to equal or oven approach It Its roots go down nobody knows how far You know what a short distance roots of otter crops go They got perhaps the plant food elements out of the first foot or two feel poMlbly a Ilttlo more of tho soil from the surface downward Alfalfa roots go down where no other plants roots go and reaching tho mineral elements of the lower subsoils bring thorn to the surface and convert them Into merchantable commodities As a fortlllwr they certainly work a moat wonderfud transformation In the soil They posh down and down In every direction honeycombing tho mirth as U wore by their growth and If you plow up an alfalfa fluid you find the subsoil fillet with their decay lag matter masking haraus It you please far below where nay other roots have put tt dsiNMltlag It there tor future see and benefit and through their Innumerable perforations the rise of heaven filter carrying down with thorn other fertilisation from the surface working a most wonderful on rlchmmt seek as nolbltiK else In tho world dues or can doP Coburn TREATING FOR SMUT Apparatus Easily Made Which Makes Task Simple One For the benefit of those who hftvn seed grain to treat for swiit I will give my method of treating with forraaMo hydo writes a oorraepondost of The Farmer I use two kerosene barrels with the hoods removed First 1 born a larGo hole close to the bottom of the barrels and then take an empty tin eon with one ond removed Pierce tho Idas and end full of holes with a nail Now nail the can over tho hole Outfit for Treating Smut on the insldo of tho barrel Pta the other barrel In the same way Placo tbo barrels on a bench or box IS Inches or two feet high Mix tho for unllliutand stir around threo of four times Tlib smut and oats will rise to the top Take this off with a slave or screen wire As soon as skimmed place tho tub beneath the barrel and pull out the cork hall from tho tub Into tho other barrel and by the tlmo tho second barrel Is full and skimmed tho first barrel Is ready to dump In wagon box which should be standing near This is a much quicker and moro thorough method than tbo sack process which is a washy wet job and the smut and oats cannot bo skimmed off as In a barrel Ono can dill enough In a short while to do a days seeding Front my experience I would advise all farmers to dip their grain every year DalrylnQThowashes tho milk cans and palls in tho same dish water In which she has already washed the breakfast dishes and then wipes them out with n greasy cloth may have her peculiar Ideas about cleanliness in handling dairy products but they dont coincide with ours no not for a minute Be Truly Wise Many n man Is penny wlsn IInlJrpound foolish when It comes to puripaytocheap and Imagine youve got a bar gain Tine loss youll find In tho milk pall eulThofaint sthat which you keep awayIfront the cos otv them Ilboeal rations That which they get above Iswhati WANT FLOWERS Cat Flawr Tnbl Peru IhIMrnl IIeIRiu- 1YIJdh 1Icu 1utUtl 1UitU lNCO rOBlTCD 12 KY e e i a 8 8- o e e o- eo 0 0 ctrl IMIOKK lag OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE n Miss Bees Marsh has tba mcaaloa Aunt Susie Logsdon has been very 3 111 for the past week r The pupils of tu Parish House 8 B are practicing for the Easter exercises b Mir Will flack was very lit the tint of the week Dew Haya visited Saturday and Sunday in the country with her sister Howard Gamble and Rolla Hoff man will help In the field work In Miss ncllnsons chat of Surveying Mm Franc Riley who lives with her father Mr Tobe Lakes has been III for several weeks Mrs J O Harrison and daughter Bess spent the latter part of last week with Mr and Mrs Phillip Hayes of Big 11111 Arcie Lowen and also Flora liar rison were on the sick list last week Miss China Hudson of Hushes Ky has been visiting her sister Mrs Maggie OCR Mrs Laura Jones will hays her Spring rolillncry opening from April 3 to April IS Come whether you buy a ha or not We tAke pleasure In showlnc our bath P M Reynolds once of this plan now ot Hamilton O haa been visit log with friends here Kid Richardson left last week to visit with his sister Mrs James Klnrard of Ouaba Neb The concert given by the College Band last Tuesday afternoon In Ladies Hall yard was greatly apprecl ated by the girls A very pleasant entertainment was given last Saturday evening M Narrow Gap by the alloying young people from the College Roy Hud eon preceding Messrs Patln Kirk Hoggs Hoffman Thomson Rout Hoffman Combs and Maine and Misses Chrlsmnn Volts Ambrose Tuthill Rocce Evans Sproul and EyclerThe little eon of M A Logsdon has been ill with pneumonia fo Mr and Mrs floes Robinson are being congratulated on the sate art rival of a girl at their home NOTICE further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can be made all for 8oo The same terms apply to all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In buying Railroad ticket take receipt for money for the round trip fare and the receipt will be taken as cash All work to be first class in every respect and to give good class of materials used DR VH P e Iif ter itlcht ell Xr- n b RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IhiMi N Its PHONE The Porter Drug Co PHONE BEREA eoaosroooooooooeoSololoSOSoeolololoeololoeoloeoeoaoBerea oeSOURCESaeeolsAelelNeloaoleoiaDR oDENTIST SPECIAL itTill guaranteed satisfaction Onlybest HOBSON DENTIST ALBERT eloeololeleoololololololo Mrs Laura Jones inakei a specialty of hallS alone Miss Icar Coin of Louisville Ky n trained city trim mer will till your orders We guar antee satisfaction Mr JOllies D Fletcher formerly of Bereu and now living In Colchester III rends a paper telling of tho 102d birthday of Mrs Maria Neece who was burL In Washington County Ky and Is the widow of Jesse Neeco of Madison County DRINK WAINSCOTrs POP Mlu Josephine Robinson who has been 111 Is better and able to ba about he work C 0 Woodson bt tho class of 1903 has served thieo years as government kHwrvlsor of schools in the Philip pines and mado a voyage around the world U now a graduate student In Chicago University expecting to ro cclvo tho degree of Master of Arts in August During his trip around Ibo world he was for some time a student of European History In the University of Paris Ills present address Is 107 Middle Divinity Hall Chicago University Chicago 111 Mrs Noble lull Graces Rogers aid her daughter Carroll from Woodstock ills arrived In town Thursday noon and wll bo at Pre Frosts for a visitFriends of Wllllo Short a son of Mrs Isabel Short will be sorry to learn that bo baa developed consump tion during his stay at Lincoln Me morial University ant he will have to go West Mr and Mrs Henry Simpson are rejoicing over the birth of a floe boy Mr L L Shadoln Manager of tho Telephone Company who has been 111 for the past tow weeks has had to give up his work and go to his homo near Somerset He expects to be back as soon as ho recovers Mrs Joe Evans is In Conway this weekMrs Fay Hanson is visiting rela tives at East Dernstadt- Or ar Preston left town headed for Hot Springs Ark lib c Helen nocUwlth and Miss Lloyd of tho BUck Mountain Acad emy at Evarts ICy arrived In town Tuesday noon for a short visit with Prof and Mm Ralnc Sovernl friends were invited in to meet them at din ner Tuesday night and a social in their honor given by students and teachers here who know them fol lowed Mr and Mrs Q Vf Rail of this place have left for the mountains to spend several days wth relatives Mr A J Miller formerly of Frew Leslie county has moved to town to educate his children and has tak en a cotdtga In MU Vernon street It is learned that Ransom T Mc Quinn who was married last week Is planning to tncen four years hospital course In Louisville props atory to practising mcdlclno In tho mountains Ho will enter tho hos pital In tho fall and will spend the summer teaching or farming at his fathers home Mr DItrly who recently resigned as Superintendent of the College Farm loft town last Friday morning for his new work Mr and Mm M 1C Pasco returned last Thursday night from their trio to Newark 0 Thncdoro O Paso Superlntcndaui of Schools at Mont peller 0 arrived Saturday noon for a tow days vldt leaving Thursday Miss Ruth Putnam who spent her vacation with her mother returned Tuesday to her school work at Mi ami University Mr C B Holden who has been preaching at the Disciples church for the last two Sundays stayed till noon Monday and spent the time going or er the Cullege bulldingj He returned then to his work at K U ainr ip w w ai The closing exorcises ot the col ored school will take place Friday night at 731 at the school house An address will bo Given by tho Rev a W Dell ot MIddlesboro Ky The occasion will bo signalized by a gathering of many of Doreas former colored students who will beside the regular school exercises have several meetings of their own The baseball season In Berea will open April 13 with a game on the campus between the Collego and Georgetown On April 25 there will bo a game between Derca and tho Danvlllo DeafMutes hero Tho oth er two games of the season will bo played away from home U S Wyatt has about three dozen thorobred leghorn hens for snip The body of John Gregg Fee a son of Howard Fee who was buried here several years ago and a grand son of John O Fee one of tho founders of Bcrca College was brought hero Monday for burial The boy died In California where ho had been taken for his health Ills mother and Mr and Mrs Edwin Fee accompanied the body here Dr Thomson conducted the services at tho grave Tho Fees stayed with Mr and Mrs Josiah Durdctto while In town The prayer meeting hour of tho Union church Thursday was given over to the showing of stcreoptlcan slides ou missionary work In Porto Rico Senatoclcct Bradley may try to stem till tide tha Is eweeplng Secre tary Tat to the nomination but his efforts will amount to very little Governor Bradley Is always against tho man that is In Ho was against McKinley ho Is against Roosevelt ho Is against Taft because ho Is a sure winner and that is about all the reason ho has Strangq yes but Oov Bradley is a strange polltlcan Taft Is steadily gaining and even his en emies secretly concede his nomination on tho first ballotv Richmond Pantograph SEE MOVING PICTURES See tho 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admitted stealing 3000 fountain pens A fitting punishment would be to make him fill them Some Ohio authorities are using pictures In an attempt to cure tho Insane Not however souvenir postal a cards 4 If the sultan of Turkey Is not per milted to make overdrafts on his bank the poor man Is horribly cIrcum- scribed i A Philadelphia man hasjust given hIs daughter a 100000 comingout party Thats right Put the money In circulation The czar by banishing all the ed itors from Russia would leavo the political novelists In exclusive poss session of the field A wise person should ever be in confidential relations with his digestion and not allow any tough traveler to hinder its felicity Variety of thought is as universal as t the leaves blades of grass or innu merablo stars that glitter In the spheres of omnipotence pyer 27000 women in Now York Yvsupport their husbands A husband Is a convenience about the house If a woman can afford one People are now utilizing the tele phone to talk through their chests but the process ot talking through i the hat requires qo telephone A Jady poet declares that It Is peasant to die for those wo love If It is not impertinent we would like to ask whether she has ever tried It Eleanor Glyn the English novelist has called the Pilgrim Mothers of New York a parcel of tabby cats and a Kilkenny time of it impends When the Rev Dr Aked wants to raise a specific sum of money he refuses to dismiss tho congregation un til he gots It Put up or stay shut up One hundred brandnew tendollar gold pieces Con you imagine a prettier sight Atlanta Georgian Yes Two hundred brandnow tendollar gold pieces Although clouds rain and storms prevail in the realm of Dame Nature there can ever linger in the brave heart and soul the sunshine of Im mortal hope- According to the annual report of the Pinkerton agency there doesnt seem to have been any decline in tho prosperity of the bankburglary bUll ness anyway In Ptttsburg a man refused a pres ent of SlOO In gold coins because they did not bear the motto In God Wo Trust He was a minister however not a millionaire t A Kansas man killed himself because ho was tired of getting up at three oclock in tho morning to milk tho cows Apparently it never occurred to him to got married Tho cigarmakers union of Boston bas decided to bar married women from the shops unless their husbands are invalids What a shock for those poor then who Carried for homes A prominent Washington says that mlnco plo Is not Injurious if you can digest It It might be add ed neither are carpet tacksso much depends upon that little word If i Wearing a peekaboo shirt waist in winter Is highly recommended for women who want to catch the grip Plenty of men catch it without any pedal rules thus demonstrating gain the superior ingenuity of the sternur sexy r Food in Pill Form Will Never Live on Con Food By HARVEY W WILEYiChief Chemist 0 S Those scientists who maintain that tho future holds the possibility of fool administered in a condensed toxin in capsules are if they attempt the practice of their theory rushing wildly either to the iisanc asylum or the sepulcher Tim lesson of tho appendix is interesting in con nection with a plan to do away with the iiccwsity of our stomach and intestine If one small organ in retiring from the field of activity occasions tho agony and spilling of blood that the appendix docs where would the end be were vn to retire all those in the lower part of the body In the mean time how would a healthy and robust stomach fool on one or three small capsules a day We will go on indefinitely eating the same quantities of food and in muck the same way There may be changes in cooking that may improve the foodwe eat and there may be methods of improving the food supply Wo will get better things to eat We are already getting better material in the market material that is purer and healthier through tho enforcement of the purefood law A great nary people claim that we cat too much and that we would be as well off on half the quantity In this connection I would cite tho fact that Americans Canadians and Englishmen are the greatest eaters in the world They are likewise the greatest of stature andas a race their size and robustness are increasing The Spaniards the Italians and the Greeks have been underfed for generations and while healthy and apparently strong they pave grown smaller and are now races of small short men Blessed is the man who does not know how he eats A mouthful of food should pass oh its way automatically and 1thout the knowledge of tho man who chows it lie who mixes mathematics with his food by counting 28 times on each bite is on the road to emaciated sadfaced dys pepsia Life has nothing that is worth whilo for him I fail to see the use of wasting too much time on ono bite while there i3 another just behind it inviting attention Some one quoted me as advising meat eaters to bolt nUll not chew their meat I did not give such advice but I pointed out two undeniable facts The herbeating animals devote much time to chewing while the flwli caters do very little of it The Sunday following Christmas is the one tiny in the year when most people slaw a tendency to think of their stomachs Tho dark brown taste may demand rather wide attention because of the things that have been eaten but ordinarily there is little trouble from the quantities that are absorbed around the family board Overeating causes less trouble to the system than does nndorcating and were tho score even between the two it would bo the part of philosophy to lean to the side of the partaker of much food for a goodly part of lifes happiness is foundat the table with a normal appetite I am against the capsule seen The time will never come when they will have a place in tho world as caterers to palate under ordinary conditions It is entirely possible to condense the nour ishment of a whole meal into a few pellets and those have their place as for instance when it becomes necessary to make enforced marches with the lightest possible burden But the system would not thrive for ICIng on such a diet for there nest be tho necessary bulk to supply the ti sUN and flush the system Prophets Voicet Is Needed By DR DAVID S HUZZET MakeIt Hard Wed F rf In II Mankind densed Prophecy is not the foretelling of events 30 much na the foretellingof moral conse quences The trade of the clairvoyant flourishes in Chicago as in New York but where are the compelling voices that Io eon qi lIe and not to curiosity Wherein tub midst of all the babel of prediction and blatant boasting that gives itself out as wisdom courage arc the clear strong tones of august humanity of an Emerson and n Curtis a Lincoln and a Lowell If we arc wise we will let anyof our providers and purveyors die before we lose our prophets For we achieve personality only through perspective and the prophet recalls us to the true per spective of life by showing us the meaning of action in the light of its large moral consequences There is no danger that our land will go down in the sweep of battle We fling our proud cordon of cruisers around the western hemisphere We proclaim to Europe awl Asia that we are protected from without But what if the cordon of corruption within is being drawn closer and closer about the sacred citadel of our freedom j if our legislatures are mul tiplying penal statutes while our courts spare the offenders j if our poli ticians persuade us the people live by favor of tho administration and the trusts hoodwink us into believing that they are making the people pros perous I Against the falsehoods and hypocrisies how sorely do we need the prophets voice 1 What other hope or promise that our land will pass through this era of mad materialism and coupe again to set ideals above ingenuity and prize duty beyond dividends to By PATRICK McGOWAN hotel tilt lur ilfcrati speak and foes The more difficult marriage is made the less we shall have to worry about divorce Some marriages are positively shameful Take for instance the marriage a few days ago of two little 14yearold girls that was reported in the papers Why in my opinion the parents of those two children who gave their consent to the marriages ought to be let to the whipping post and soundly Hogged Then again take tho case of the tcle ukase girl who took a husband as a inns gift one of these come on ChristI married cases Now she refuses to live with her husband hind I believe she ought to be made to live with him live under his roof anyway just as an example to other young girl It would cause them to hesitate a little bit and be more careful instead of rushing into matrimony Entering wedlock is a serious step and should always be regarded as such If tho contracting parties are not jnclinctlito take it that way the state should make them TRAIN MESSENGER IS SLAIN THEN RODBER LOOTED SAFES OF CASH AND JEWELRY Victim Believed to Have Admitted a Friend Who Slew Him as He Slept Newton Kas larc1IJOO A Dull el of Kansas City an express messen ger of the WellsForgo Express Co was murdered by u robber on the San ta Fe train No 115 between Florence and Newton early Sunday morning Both safes tho local and through were ransacked and at least 1000 in cash and some Jewelry taken Wheth er this is tho full amount the robber secured Is not known Tho dead body of Messenger Bailey was found at 4 oclock Sunday nioni ing when tho train reached Newton It was stretched on tho floor of the car the head beaten to a pulp and lying In u pool of blood The back of the skull was crushed and the dud of tho car in which tho body was lying was sputter ed with blood Tho blood spatters Inch d to tho ceiling There was no evidence of any struggle the Indica tions pointing to tho committing of tho murder when the messenger was asleep Bailey was last seen allvo at Strong City At Peabody some one opened the car door just enough to throw out n package of waybills and then closed It quickly The custom of the mosscn I ger has been to go to sloop soon after leaving Florence nnd It Is probable that ho did this Saturday night After he was struck and rendered uncon scious his body rolled to tho floor und the robber after beating his victims head covered It with tho dead mans coatOno blow was struck at tho mans taco with some sharp Instrument uvi dently n hatchet which broke the jawbone From tbo dead mans pockets keys wore removed and the HO fas ransacked Then the keys were put back Into Ilnlloys overcoat the coat folded and put into his grip where itl was found later Two theories are hold by the author ities One Is that the robber entered tnu car unobserved nt Kmporla Strong City or some other point along tho line and concealed himself until a favor able opportunity to commit the rob bery cnrno and tho other is that Bailey admitted somebody ho know and con sidered n friend A reward of 1000 has been offered by the express company for the appre hension of tbo robber or robbers REAL TRAGEDY BY ACTOR When He Killed His Female Companion and Then Suicided St Paul Minn March OWm W Trainer u vaudeville actor shot and Wiled Mrs Wm Pryor an actress with whom ho was traveling In their apart ments at the Clarendon hotel and then killed himself Mrs Pryor was about t6 years old Tho clerk in the hotel heard two shots nnd rushing iipstolra found the woman dead Trainor lived for two hours An open letter was found In the room after the murder indicated that Mm Pryor had threatened to leave Train or Tho letter was one which had been sent by Tralnor to Sirs Pryor before she left her husband and it is be Moved that the actress was reminding Trainor that ho had not lived up to promises he badmado her Trainor anti Mrs Iryor wlUl ap pcnrcllon the stage and who register cd at the hotel as Tralnor and Train or had an engagement at a theater in Minneapolis three weeks hence but BO fur as known thoy had nothing In sight for tho days Intervening Fresh Conspiracy Against Haytl Pert nu Prince Huytl March 20 A fresh conspiracy ngnlnst tbo govern ment has been discovered In this city The leader of tho plot Gen Larraque former chief of cavalry who was ar rested on March 14 on suspicion of con spiring against the president and who was released with four others on March 21 took refuge Sunday after noon In the French legation with two other officers A Castro Outrage New York March 20Nova has been received In this city of another seizure of private property in Venez uela by order of President Castro This time the victim is tho telephone company of Carupano which supplies the telephone service for tho dUtrlci of ermudcz Arlstncnilt nnd Monitor The seizure It is sold resulted from the refusal of the company to give tree service to some of tho officials Found Murdered Trenton N J March 30Mrll Frances Katz won found murdered at her home In FalUlngton Pa Thero were two stab wounds in the body and tho skull was fractured A broken chair and other conditions in the rootii gave evidence of a struggle The worn ans husband Is serving a term in Jail for larceny There la no clew to thu murderer Considers War Claims 30TheIcnurchcs destroyed here by federal troops during tho civil war will sooh bo settled In Washington The amount is snoo Dog Causes Killing Jonpuboro Ark March 30A re suit of trouble arising over a yellow cur Green II Gamer a farmer of near Bono met Reuben Toolcy CO and file lon on the Frisco track In tho town drew n pistol and shot and killed bot111- Ned Drove the Cows Home BtnlnlnR tho prints discovered that hero was a mats among thorn Just then the constable on horseback came around a curve In the rondoOn seeing Ned ho loft his saddle and asked Havo you soon nnone with some cattle around hureT No answorod Ned I am look- Ing for some cows wo lust Well thero has boon a man going around taking cnttlo from different farms said tho constable How did yours get lust red told him be thought they had strayed and they decided to hunt together On riding half a mile far ther they saw something stir In tbo bushesThere arc some cows now said tho constable M he dismounted Ned sprang to the ground and they went in among tho bushes whore they raw Neds three cows and also a hut not far away Let us go up to tho hut said the boy Tho suggestion was Accepted and both went up to the hut only to find U deserted Looks like some fishermans hut sold Ned alter looking around It Guess you are right there boy inswcrcil the constable But I think the cattle thief has been hero and bas probably gotten frightened and hopuINed too was disappointed In not having an exciting adventure but ho felt grateful for finding his cows safe and unharmed Ho drove them out to tho road and home leaving the constable nt the crossroads When Ned arrived homo ho turned tho cows over to one of tho ranchmen while he went in and got his dinner Ills fa ther was so pleased at getting the cows back that ho gave Ned n holiday the next dayCarl IL Schulto In Detroit Freo Press AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT Try This with Your Bicycle This Spring The sketch reproduced here Illus traces an Interesting experiment which can be tried with any bicycle Tho cycle Is placed on the ground with the pedals In tho position shown with a cord attached to the lower pedal If the cord is pulled from the rear of tho cycle one would naturally expect to sea tho machine go for wardl e away from tho hand The reverse action happens how ever tho cycle moves backwards and tho pedal forwards In tho opposite dl rection to which it Is being pulled Tho explanation is that the whole ma chino is being pulled backwards and the rear wheel drives tho pedals in stead of being driven by them as In riding Unpleasant Teacher William can you decline atO eat- WlniamYoam I but 1 dont want to I JIiFj CKANGtD HIS MIND r Nobody loves Inc I dont care i f f I guess Ill go away s Ill pack this satchel full of thlnt cat Because Im goln to stay fhr- Ill havo to take my Sunday suit But oh dear I dont know Tile way to peek a satchel right Or where things ought to go My stomach aches a little too Or maybe its my heart4Tho supper things lobk awful geese I kind o halo to start Its pretty dark and cold outside An mamma looks so sad I uliovo Ill go an tell her that A- Im sorry I was badAMarie Louisa Ward In Detroit Free Prou A DOG HERO Swam Out to Ship and Drought Life 011 Line to Shore A vessel was onco driven upon the coast of England Tho sea wan Very high and them was no possible way to put a boat off to rescue tho men who could bo seen clinging to tho wreck Presently a gentleman came up with a great Newfoundland dog Pleats a stick of wood In tho dogs mouth hu motioned toward the wreck Tho dog Immediately obeyed hits masters command and swam bravaly out to sea Ho found however toot ho could not got near enough to do liver the stick White be was jniVlltaK along ono of tho crvw of tho doomed vpfwtt threw n ropo to him Instantly the intelligent dog knew what was required of him Ho let go the piooo of wood grasped tho owl ef tho rope In his mouth sad soon nwdo tho shore Thanks to the noble natast all were saved- IMPROVISED PLATE SUPPORT Three Forks and a Napkin Ring Do the Trick Tho soup tureen Is burning bbL tbo question IB to Improvise on the spur of the moment n support thorn Is no tlmo to lose Tako your fork and those of two Iof you r neighbors run them through a napkin ring placing the handles aa the table in such a manner that the prongs form an equilateral trlacclo as Indicated in tho cut On these points place a plato It will bo quite secure and on this the servant can set down tho hot tureen In perfect confidenceOur support will bo sane the less symmetrical for having been made In an Instant the forks thus grouped having a certain ortlntla ro semblance to tho Delphic tripod Magical Experiments WHEN MY SHIP COMES IN 4 Nurse said That when my ship came in I should have a horse and gun And lots of honey and plenty of Mon ey r I wonder If this Is tho onel y Disaster AheadaIn my school days said a story Jypie teller who was trying to Illustrate the absurdity and futility of unfounded tears we used to have a lecturer every Kilday afternoon Ono day the lecturer was a geologist and chose Niagara tells for his topic h Ho told ua about tho geologica formation of tho falls described the I different periods to bo traced in tho gorge and then went on to gay that tho falls were slowly Wearing back toward Buffalo and that in the course tr of some 200000 years they would have worn back to Eric Pa and thAt Lows would bo left high and dryPSuddenly ono of tho girls fn my i class began to sob convulsively IteachertJIIvclIjl o s J t Practical Fashions LADIES DRESS IN INSTEP LENGTH Pails Pattern No mill All StlIm- lAllo90ttur thin good such as or candle tmtlBto and French cotton la this In a pretty mid stylish fait tI Tho prlncoH front panel and round yoko are vory nslilonoblo this boarou and the trimming consists of narrow insertion and edging of either embroidery or laco Uordrd foulards are 090 pretty made up In thli lyle and tho figured foulards Ire equally at irnctlvo It trimmed with cream cM orod taco Tho pattern U In six altos 3S to 42 Inches butt measure Fur 96 hunt the dress ii In front view re lINN llvo yard of batlito 36 India wide lth 2 4 yards of flouncing 24w r mere Inclioa wide two yard of nil Hot embroidery IK Inches wide 32 orda of Insertion nod one yard ot rdftlttg Or of one material it needs 4ryttt 10 tnohs wide 11 yard i inches wide n yards 3C lacier wlilft or 6 yard 42 luohM wide Idth of lawttr mine about 6V4 yard Toproeur list pattern seed M eenla to aiftrn IMMer oiltoe of tide paper ViW rmmo sad addreru plainly and bo tu R Rasa kta anoS nmb r et pattra MISSES SHIRT WAIST I Uattfl Pattern No 2310 All Seams AllawcdrThlfc pretty tallorraado ktilit waist Is nuiublo fur plain or Ktrl cd linen as well as any of thu fancy shirtings chambrays or novelty wnah silks A box pinit extends from Jio eoamlcitn yoko to tho waist Hoe In- 0 back and the waist closes wader a boxjilnlt at Uio centerfront Full IOlcuvcI nro gathered into straight cuff ut tho wrlsL Thu pattern Is In three Klzou 13 to 17 years For a mist of 15 ycawi tbo shirt waist requires four ucla of material 20 Inchon wide 3Vi yard 27 Inches wide 2Vi yards 30 Inches wide and two yards 12 Inches whir uno halt yard of linen 27 Inchea wide fur collar To raoount tht pattern send 10 Ont to PnttPfn Keillor office of this paper Write name and addrees plainly and be are to clv alto and number of pattern c War at Home Abort ltf000 soldiers of pcacs are killed every year In this country by machines including railroads First Dally Paper Tho Urlllsh journal entitled to the description tho first dally paper was tho Pally Courant of London begun cm March 11 1702 by E Mallet against tho Ditch at Fleet Bridge It wsu a single page of two columns and professed to glvo solely foreign howl the publisher assuring his read ers that he would not take upon him self to give any comments of his own supperfng other people to have sense enough to make reflections for themselves L IBILLS PASSED BY THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Krankfort KyOov Wilton has his hands full even though the legislature has adjourned for ho has a largo stuck of bills on his desk which ho must veto sign or allow to becomo law without hU signature Tbo Legislature which lust adjourned passed all told ninety two Ullf In addition to the resolutions showing pay for tho employes of the appropriationbills and tho total amount runs only to llUlrW This includes tho amount ape propriated for tho new Capitol and the half million dollar tor the State College and tho normal schools FaUowIng U a lIt of the Senate bills poMcd by both Ilousai By Mr SowellAn act providing pay for persons summoned II jurors who are not selected at member of the jury By Mr Boaworth An act giving to au thorized corporations tho right to con struct tams acrou navigable streams and allowing them to exercise the right of eminent domain By Mr Combs An act to accept the provisions of an lIt of Congress allow ing Increased appropriations for the Agricultural Kxpertment Station Hy Mr Bosworth An act to allow the stringing of electric light owl power wire on the public highways under cer lain restrictions By Mr IJnn An act providing state old competition in school books known as the WatklnsDowilng school book bill By Mr Wotaon An act appropriating UCK4 for the establishment of a labora tory tor the examination ot contagious disease By Mr NVtl An act to provide for on annual school for city and county health oflleen at which shall bo taught the handling of contagious diseases By Mr Comb An act changing the name of Kentucky University to Tran sylvania University By Mr Cureton An act allowing the Commonwealths Attorney In LoulsvlUe two district doteetiv s- By Mr I logon An act abolishing reg istration of voters in cities of the fifth and sixth cMs- By Mr W tenvn act to create an Bdii nttoDal Commission to Investigate the seeds of the school of the state and try to devise some plan by which the contUtlnM eon be Improved By Mr Peters An act changing the time of hokUiuc Court In tho Twelfth JiMHeUl District By Mr Hlvra An act allowing the At terneyaenerol three assistants and a tICNIherDy M Taylor An aot for the nuUnteaanee of public levees the bill altailnc only Htakman County lly Mr NellAn act to prohibit the Mle ot Intoxicating liquors by tvhatasalc In a local opJon territory to any except a Heorued retailer or wholesaler By Mr Burnam An act creating a bl partisan heard of Control for charitable Institution Uy Mr CombsAn act appropriating J 10000 for the repair of the monument of Henry Clay By Mr CombsAn act to regulate burial associations so as to eliminate all but IcjtttlmAto ocneeron- By Mr RiveAn act allowing guards In the p ntenUarle two days oft In each month and a vacation of 10 days In each year By Mr Linn An act providing state aid for free tubrrouloil hospitals where erected and maintained by private sub scriptions By Mr Comb An act inereanlng the per capita of the Inmates of the houses of Reform from J100 to leG By Mr Comb An act to appropriate V3000 for the erection of new buildings at tho douse of Reform and to pay the existing deficit By Mr Nuwman An act appropriating WOUO a yw for two years for the tree tlon of suitable bulldluff on the State Fair Orounds- By Mr Combs An act appropriating tTOM for the establishment ot a State Tuberculosis Hospital and setting aside WJWO a year to maintain It lly Mr Bosworth An act to amend the constitution so as to allow tho state to aid In building roads and to permit each county to Issue additional bonds for road jiurpou lly Mr Nell An net appropriating JCTMO for tho benefit of tho Insane asylums of the state and the Institute for the Pueblo Minded By Mr Burnam An act appropriating WON for tho Colored Normal School By Mr 11 II Hmlth An net providing for a nib expertment station In HoMtern and one In Western Kentucky and appropriating P5000 for each By Mr Landrum An act to allow the reajucument of property In McLean County where tho courthouse and rec ords were burned By Mr Boworth An act appropriat ing 1170001 for the completion and rosin tenance of the new capitol and the surrounding grounds By Mr Donaldson An net to allow Fiscal Courts to appropriate money for the caro and custody of courthouses By Mr Walk r AU act changing ihs bonds of public omclali so as to do away with the unlimited bond which caused so much trouble in Louisville atttr the last election By Mr Hogan An act providing that adjoining property owner must share the expense of a division fence By Mr CampbeUtAn act lncrcuMnr the maximum liquor licenses In cities of the second clans to JSO- OBy Mr CombsAn act fixing the status of personal Intangible property and exempting it from taxation It the owner ls not a resident of that state but has a trustee here By Mr Walk r Anact allowing fourth class cities to Issue bond for utreet im provement and providing for tho ion truction of sewers on the Installment plan U Mr nlvewAn eel appropriating IOCotor the Kentucky School for the PARt at Danville By air WaUon An act regulating the opening and closing of streets In fourth clan cities By Mr Wright An net providing for two additional Assistant Stato Mine Inv spector fly Mr Burnam An act allowing the governor a stenographer By Mr Tvllhelml An act to prohibits I Irooma The following house bllla went ttrough both Houses By Mr Brooks An act axing fees of City Courts witero tin appeal is taken from the decieiir of that Court By Mr Waggoner An act appropriat ing W000 for the Kentucky Children liorrra Society Hy Mr 1lairAn act changing the name of State College to State Univer sty By Mr LIllardAn act to secure pure food drugs and liquors By Mr Arnett An act regulating the assessment of stock in corporations outside the state so that residents of Now port and Covlngton will not have to pay taxes on stock in Cincinnati By Mr Sullivan An act appropriating KOOOCO to the State College and normal schools Hy Mr Crpcullus An act providing a penalty for the sale of pooled tobacco Dy Mr McChord An act to prevent the transfer of property the title to which Is in another than tho person having It In his possession By Mr Sullivan An act amending the provisions regulating the state normal schools By Mr E Meyer An act amending the truancy laws nnd providing for addition al truant embers In clUes By Mr Grave An act changing the time of holding Court in the Second Judicial District By Mr Klalr An act to authorize Pie cal Courts to care for court houses In cities of tho second class having courts of continuous station By Mr E McyerAn act to provide pay for member of the Louisville School Board By Mr Wallace An act providing pen tOM for veteran volunteer firemen In elites of tho first class Dy Mr 13 Meyer An act requiring cH- I of first dot to levy not less than S3 cent on each 100 of property for school purposesBy MllllklnAn act providing for admission to the bar nnd creating a com mission to bo appointed by the Court of Appeals to conduct examinations for li cense to practice law Dy Mr SullivanAn aot reorganizing the system of common schools In Ken lucky By Mr Hants An act to regulate child tabor By Mr Wallace An act providing for tho creation of a fund to bo used to pen don aged school teachers In allies of the first class By Mr Hunter An act to define and make clear the statute relating to shoot Ing at random on the public highways but cutting out the word at random By Mr Shank An act to change the tuna of holding Court In the Thirteenth District By Mr Sullivan An act to provide for the continuation of the state geological survey By Mr Has well An act allowing the Librarian a clerk at a salary of HO a month By Mr Buford An act defining the crime of abortion and providing a penalty for same By Mr Klalr An act known as the Juvenile Court bill making change In tha present laws By Mr WilsonAn act allowing Jus tiers of the Peace to hold Court twice each month By Mr Porter An act reassigning cer lain rmall towns and changing their cla s Ul cation- By Mr Strange An net requiring den tints to practice under tho namo of soma person and not ILl an association or ar bitrary title By Mr Uuford An act allowing the State DoW of Pharmacy to exchange certificates with boards of other states Dy Mr KlalrAn act further regulat ing Juvenllo Courts It is a companion bill to the other By Mr nice An act to repeal the act creating a graded free school In District Three in Johnson County By Mr Nichols An act Allowing the commonwealth and the defendant in fel ony cases 10 peremptory challenges each Uy Mr Steer An net permitting ware house men to commingle tobacco of like grades By Mr P W Berkshire An act repealing an act requiring riparian owners to keep clean tho waters of navigable streams By Mr If M Meyer An act fixing a maximum one of J1W for the sale ot drugs In violation of tho druggists laws By Mr Perry An act to repeal the act creating a charter for tho town ot Homer By Mr Schobcrth An act appropriat ing J100 for tho removal ot tho remains of Thomas F Marshall from Woodfprd County to the state cemetery at Frankfort By Mr Wilson An ACt allowing the drainage of lAnds In Union County By Mr MfChordAn act allowing firs insurance companies to be Incorporated with a capital stock of tSOOO- OBy Mr J W rkeblroAn act repealing tho law allowing tho holding of Circuit Court In two towns in the same county Dy Mr Nichols An act allowing the testimony of witness given before death to be used after death By Mr lorter An act changing Ute time of collecting taxes so that the pen ally doe not begirt Until December L By Mr PorterAn oat providing for the payment of election officers the same year as the elections By Mr Porter An act allowing unused money for school purposes to be applied to a succeeding term By Mr Porter An net abolishing tax warrants Hy Mr Anderson An act allowing Pis cal Courts to make contracts for a pet clod of tour years for rood construction and repair By tho Rules Committee An act de lining additional duties for the clerks ol the House and Senate allowing them 4 days after the adjournment pf tho Legis lature in which to complete their work By Mr Simmons An act providing that a majority of the voters of an fourthclass town sheen decide wheth or not that town shall bo annexed to secondclass city The old law was that 40 per cont could govern By M Simmon An act authorizing nftlmiM towns to tssd refunding bond to pay old debts By Mr Beard An act proving that Fiscal Courts may ulethe pete taxes 01 applied to the road fund la air oiuajr ll THE RAISING OF LAZARUS Sttsmjr School lesson for April 12 1903 Specially Prepared for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXTJohn 11157 Memory verses n 44- C1OLDEN TEXT1 am the resurrec lion and tlio IItolohn 1125- TIMH Jununry or February A 1J 30 One or three months after the last les son And two or three months before Jesus crucifixion LACBHethabara It V Bethany In Pcr a nethany a small village on the Mount of Olives about two miles from Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought- At the feast of tho dedication In De ember Christ had so plainly assert ed his deity that the Jews had sought to steno him for blasphemy but he had escaped to Dethabara Bethany In Per a tho country east of the Jor dana town in the north over against Oalllco Christs promise ot a resurrection did not satisfy Martha It was too general too vague too far ahead Sbo wanted her brother back that min ute Christ met that longing by one of the most magnificent of his utter ances that wondrous sentence which bas carried hope and triumph to millions of tho dying and bereaved and will do so whllo tlmo and mor tality onlJurcoelkl- eItho living breathing friend whom you love- AMAm now no vaguo sometime postponementTHE OXTho power of the resurrection the resurrection embodiedAND LIFEto conquer that grim DEATH which has como so terribly to your homo HE THAT BELiEVETH IN ME believing what Martha hastened to confess that Christ was Gods Son his messenger of love to the world THOUGH HE WERE DEAD as to his mere body YET SHALL HE LIVEIn every point that constitutes life having even a body and n far better ono AND WHOSOEVER yes though he wore the chief of sinners L1VETH with this higher life In himAND BELIEVETH IN ME on me says the Revised Version SHALL NEVER DIENo NEVER for though his body may perish that will bo but an Incident In his continuing and triumphant LIFE Jesus Our Resurrection and Our Life1 By preserving our lives dally through countless unseen perils that surround us iierlls of the disease germs floating everywhere perils of earthquake on this thin earthcrust over hidden fires perils of accident In our complicated life A thousand times yea every perilous moment God saves us from dying Phillips Brooks 2 By turning our minds away from the physical death we must all die at length to him and his life Wo are all passing Into tho likeness of that In which we believe A man who worships money comes to wear tho like ness of a moneyworshiper down to the tips of his fingers Tho Hindu who worships Brahma sleeping on the stars In Immovable calm gets to wear a fixed expression Theodore T Munger D D So the continual thought of Christ who overflowed with invincible life hnplants that life within us 3 By upholding us In the very hour of physical death When a community of religious women In Paris during the fury of the French Revolu lion were condemned to the guillotine tho youngest victims passed toI their execution raising In sereno voices tho subllmo hymn Vent Cre ator The celestial song did not ceaso when they ascended the stairs of the scaffold nnd the work of butchery went on Voice after voice had to drop from tho chorus as taco after face bent under the ax and at length ono volco was heard alone sustaining the holy strain oven while the bloody blade fell and sealed thq last martyrs testimony Bishop Huntington 4 By awaking us when we die Into endless life Tbo time will seem no longer than the four days which passed before ho awakened Lazarus Wo shall have no consciousness of his tarrying Ho comes as in a moment to uwake us out of sleepThomas Arnold tho head of Rugby school C By freeing us front the spiritual death from sIn Masslllon the great French preacher Justly sees In the dead Lazarus an image of the sin ner Become a mass of worms and and corruption he spreads infection and stench and behold the profound corruption of a soul in habitual sin A gloomy napkin covers his eyes nnd his face and behold the fatal blindness of a soul In habitual sin Ho appears iln the tomb bound band and toot and behold the melancholy sub Jectlon of a soul in habitual sin 1ecIdoor from this dead body of us Paul called It Is the most difficult resurrection but Christ accomplishes even this Ho comes into our soul and sin must flee Christ In you is the hope of glory Isidore of Pcluslum thinks that our Saviour did not mourn for his friend Lazarus because he was dead for he knew that ho was going to raise him from tho dead but because ho was to live again and to come from tho ha ven where he was arrived back again into the waves and storms from a crown which he bad enjoyed to a new encounter with Ms enemies If thou dost not believe ills Interpretation yet dost thou believe the thing Dost thou consider this worlds misery so treat we should rather weep that we are in it than that others are gone- Oat of IUDIhop Patrick 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alb Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 stales Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Samo lectures Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions ulIlI compound numbers Brickwork Form Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course ao that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even it part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Get man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with p uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate i MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees i Expenses Regulations Opening Days w i Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All tho re colved from students Is raid out for their benefit and the School expendsIon an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he payx tn This great deficit la made up by the gifts of Christian and patrlotlejxple who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women I for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students coma ffoS the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who mayi lo sick tho College provides doctor and nurso without extra chargey z All except thoso with parents In Berea live In Collego buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It is expected that all will kayo a chance to earn as much as 35 cents j a week Somo who need to earn moro 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 clothlns laundry postage books ettavaryIwith different people Beroa favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps pod underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent I for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room I rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding nnd towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring BO cents la winterySCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build fogs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of 1 teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools COO In courses with nUn and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 2200AInstallment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ot term 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940i SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 1645 m FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2103 including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ofa term receive hack for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction of a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any un fuip- lred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply too4 amount advanced Tot term bills when be returns provided it is within toUt terms but making no allowance for Any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have mado your Journey and are weli started In school it pays to stay as long as possible 1 The lint day of Spring term Is March 26 1908 1I The tint day of Fall term Is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA I That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men nnd boys who sec it The mountain people likt a good tiling when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with tsvd blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the rnoun tain people than city other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar r That brings subscriptions all the time If you have not got it l6o ought to have J j rTHE SCHOOL I 1 Problems of the District School 1 j Chapter VIII Talks on tha Industries IllnsmurIThero Is always a largo number nbovoif living and are anxious to succeed Their possibilities should be faithfully pointed out They may find employ ment as clerlta bookkeepers factory laborers In public hands or as common I works There Is no dishonor or dU credit In any of these There is opportunity for promotion usefulness and happiness In all Everyone should seek that for which he Is best fitted and so prepare himself that ho may attain to the highest possible success The most common fault of young people Is that they are In too great i a hurry to reach high places Success Is often rendered Impossible by over haste Everyone should be content to begin at the foot and master the details as ho climbs If a boy las ambition to be a merchant his first position dhould be to open the store to sweep and dust There are some things to learn here He must open exactly on time and have everything spotlessly clean When this has been performed until faithfulness and thoroughness has become a fixed habit when he knows how a store should be kept clean and what It Is worth to keep It so he has learned the first great lesson towards being a mer chant If It has taken six months or a year U Is worth It He Is now ready for the next step Ills first promotion may be that to delivery boy This Is a respon sible position lie must be quick accurate and polite The art of being l pleasant and agreeable to customers y Is the next great lesson He must make his employers interest his own and not stop to consider the amountr of service he is rendering for his email pay What he learns is more important than the money he receives Sometimes he will be called upon to work over hours and must r do so cheerfully He will be a mer chant himself in due time employing of other boys to do what he Is now do- Ing and must know by experience I what it means to deliver goods His next step is to become clerk where ho mat acquire all the know ledge the place affords He must not only learn to sell goods but to take care of them in order to be affable to purchasers without being officious to know what is wanted to keep account s of sales to see that new orit ders are made out in time to unball and mark goods to put them in their proper places and scorer of other detailsIn way ho takes a complete course in the mercantile business and I after several years is far enough ad J vanced to become a partner or ta start in business for himself It he has done his duty at every point he will hat no trouble in securing a position or finding customers if he I Pete up lor himself If he has shirk ed his work neglected his opportunities J or been dLhonest he is 01 Jythehigh road to failure v A similar course of procedure will insure success in other lines In rail road in chop in factory on the farm A a young man may win his way if he will start right and preserve But he must not despise the day of small i things If he has to earn his way so mutt the better it is glorious priv ilege Many rich men require their j sons to begin at the bottom and eo thru a rigid course of training and k no one can deny the wisdom of It The son of a railroad president dis i regarded his fathers wealth and position and started to work on the sec tion Ih learned there how a road bed is made and kept in order the best material for ballast and ties and how to put down rails He found i out something or tho expense and labor of maintaining the road what a gang of men ought to accomplish nd many other things ho would be ex berthe shops hu learnAd the care of loco differentjmenHet thebdetals of the duties of an engineer and tlnaily attained that responsible position Mattering this he In a similar way passed thru the offices always learning by doing until att presidencySHe had acquired a knowledge of the 1bugieess in the beet way by cxpsr j observationt they were happy years far more tot than If be had dwartlcd about spend tag money that come one else had I 1 91L r earned Instead oC dissipated habits he had acquired Industry know tho joy of honest labor and the delight of living on his own earnings Such a course h worth more thrn milons left by a Itch relative and Is open to any young man Hundred who havo been otllged to make their owe way havo done the same thing and ark now enjoying the rewards of their efforts It may happen that some member of Use school will decide to bo a pol Itlcan It his moUvos are right there- Is no need to discourage him It Is an honor to serve one country In any capacity and office holding offers many opportunities for usefulness To attain to eminence as a statesman Is to hold an enviable position among men To reach tho highest places insure a record In history It ia therefore a laudable ambition Tbcre Is no school for the specia study of politics or training of states men except the school of experience Still there arc opportunities to eqUp oneself with useful knowledge that should not be neglected The colleges and universities furnish courses In political economy political science sociology and the like and even the district school has or should have a course In civil government We want educated men to make our laws and conduct our public affairs Itayoung man really desires to servo his country he will spare no pains in his preparations Otherwise he will be limited in tho amount ho may accomplish rand hampered at every turn But the first essential in politics is honesty Above all things wo need in cur public men purity oC life righteousness of conduct Only men of strong character should think of taking up politics as a life work There are so many temptations to trlfkery that It requires strength to resistSince only 3 part of the foregoing will apply directly to girls a word for their especial benefit will not te out of place They are not expected to choose trades or professions for life Every normal girl should look forward to home making and be lit ted for domestic duties This need not Interfere with her general educat ion but should be part oC It In these days it la very generally admitted that girls have as much right to the posesslon and enjoyment of an ed ucation as have boys But as their duties are not the same their train- Ing should differ In some particulars The one profession that is by gen eral consent open 0 women Is that of teaching In city schools the grades from kindergarten U hip chool have practically keen given over to them and they are alto wel represented in secondary schools and colleges This Inrush a wide field and they are filling it ad mirably Faithful and efficient their influence for good can hardly be overestimatedIf dsslrts to become a teacher her first duty is to prepare herself for the work A knowledge of the branches she expect to teach is not sufficient She should by all means attend a training school anti study method as well as matter She should have the culture that comes with education and a fund of general knowledge that will enrich her teaching Even if ehe should teach but a few terms her prepara tion should be none the less thoro It will be a satisfaction and help to her as long as she lives But there are some girls who have need to support themselves but are not born teachera and have no desire to enter the profession they openImay clerks nsldeIIsa hart life To sit at a desk or typewriter many hours a day and work at high speed to do the same thing over and over in the same way Is monotonous and tiresome rho only way to enjoy it la to take a pride In doing it well Skill and ef ficiency gives pleasure In almost any kind of employment pro BB ooTimjKt l CORRESPONDENCECantlnnrri MADISON COUNTY UKKYFUS Dreyfus March 27The people are clearing and breaking corn ground fixing for planting early this year Mrs B Kindred is very sick She Is not expected to live many days Mrs Oma Allen of London spent several days last week with her niece Mrs Laura Jonesone of Bro Spen e cers little children has been very sick for several days but Is a little bettor Mr James Dtnney went to Berea yesterday on buslnes3Irlli Martha Ogg of spent one day last week with her slsUr Mra George Sparks of this placeMr W B Baker of Dreyfua Is at Valley View on business Wo are glad toI welcome Mr Robert Lamb and wife back from Ohio to make their future home with us rileGSTON Kingston March 23 Salem the little son of Mr and Mrs G W Moody 13 vciy sick It teems to be doubtful whether ho wll get well or notMr Joe Creekmore Is not ex pected to llvoMr and Mrs Dur rctt White of Paint Lick arc happy over a Imo little girl Mrs Whlto was formerly Miss Edna Moody of this placeMir nnd Mrs Joe Ter rlll are receiving congratulations over a fine little girl which arrived Fri day morning Mr George Jackson of St Louis Mo has been visiting his sister airs Abe Powell at this place Mrs Robert Brown of Paint Lick Is visiting relatives at this Place for a few daysMr nnd Mrs George Young visited at Paint Lick last week JACKSON COUNTY r nuoT Parrot March 8Frnnk Jones was here Monday and Tuesday selling notions to come of our mer chants Hiram Turner from Laurel Creek was here Sunday attending church Jamis Cunaglm preached an interesting sermon hero Sunday James and John McDowell are co partners In the goods business now Miss Mandy Wilson who has been sick so long is getting able to fit up a short while at a tlmeTohn Russcl Hellard is tho name of the boy that was born to the wife of Jerome Hellard Sunday morning Corn Is current here now at 76c per busbc1T W Watkins representing The Jelllco Hardware Company was In our town TuesdayJ W Angel of Mlddffork was here Monday Wiley Baker bought two good mules at McKee last week Born to the the wife of Ilarvo Hundley a girl Tom Fllnchum made a trip to London MondayThero has been quite a lot of good hauled to Parrot this weekH It Dyche is moving to London KyMr J W Sncdgrass representing the American Tobacco Co and Oscar Radei representing Kelogg and Co gave our merchants a call here ThursdaySam Noe sold Preston Cole thirty acres of land for 125 Thutsday Jerry Lakes has moved back from Hamilton Ohio J W Angel and Elihu Hurley passed through here this week with two wagonloads of goods for Wm Hur leyW F Cole made a trip to Mc Kee WednesdayJ HHundley has Keo Wednesday J H Hundley has yard iiucm Hugh March 28Mr and Mrs Tom Click were the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Sparks Saturday night Miss Myrtle Hudson was the guest of Miss Dora Ely on Saturday Mr 8 V Ely who has been attending school at Berea has returned homeMr It I Hale Is building a dwelling house for Mr Melrln Azblll Mr W It Benge had a working last Wednesday Mr Mllfred Powell has moved near Kirby Knob on Mrs Allcks place Miss Gracie Parks and Beat Hale were the guests of Miss Maggie Ben ge Saturday nightMiss Maggie Men ge was entertained by nevcral boys and g1ls Wednesday night The in vited guests were Lloyd and Beat Hale Mr Hugh and Oracle Parks Verman and Dora Ely Gordon and Willie Dean They all reported a pleasant tlmeMr Mimic Sparks has gone to Illinois to spend the summer Mr and Mrs J A Sparks wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Levi Parks Sunday Born to Mrs Steve Etiglo a bey The girls of this vicinity are practicing quilting preparing for Mr Vernon Elys quilting Mr and MrsSoIen and Tom Azblll went to move MIT Azbills house plunder Sat urdays Mr Gcorgo flange was tha guest of his mother Thursday Mr Scott Baker is occupying the house vacated by Milfrcd Powell KTHKI Ethel March 2tlIrn Harrcit Marcum and her son Sherman are very ill Mr Frank and Eddie Metcalf visited near Ethel last week The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs James Neely on tho 21st of March and took their three weeks old buy the parents did not know there was anything the matter with the baby till a few minutes before its death We sympathize with Mr Neey and his wifeU S O Rice made a business trip to Island Creek yesterday Mrs Mary Hack er has been visiting friends around Ethel for a week Born to the wife of Mr Botner Meeser a fine boy and they call him Caleb Powers Misses Clara and Ltova Rice and their brother McKinley visited their y Grandpa Metcalf lost Saturday and Sunday Thero Is lllto farming et- on account of the bad weather lOur regular meeting times at fling ham have changed there will b1 meeting the third Sunday in April In the evening and on the third of May there will bo meeting Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Silas Binghatii visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary J Smith Is very 1IlUss Clara Hlce had a quilting last week and got a tine Sot of quilting doneMr and MM J Q Rice visited their son U S G Rico last Sunday Mr J Q Rice who had such n bad hands now better DOU1ILKLIGI- CDoublcllck March lO3Ir Grant Isaacs or Valley View spent Wed nesday night with relatives here on his way homo from South Fork Mr Frank Sparks of Doublcllck nnd Eva Lake of Little Clover were married at the homo of tho bride Thursday M yr theirs be a life of happlncs1 Thcro was meeting at Clover Bottom Sunday The novo Lewis Rowlctt conducted the services Mr J W Fowler bought n piece of land of Mr Ma coat for 310 He says there Is 500 worth of timber on the lant1Ur Simpson Keen of near Klrtsrlllo Ky Is hero Mr Gcotgo Young cargo home from Ford Ky to help his father farm this yearG York is erecting a dwelling house on Mi fatherinlaws farm Growle Rector entertained a number o friends nt Ills home Sat unlay night and Sunday Those pres ent were Dirt Rlgtby Charley For syth Simpson Keen Grant York and others Mr Oscar Chastccn got hurt very badly on Sunday UDHLKT- Huiley March 25Mrs Laths Gab bard visited her sister L J Cole Wednesday Mr Elihu Phillips died Sun p Xarch 22 of consumption after lingering about four months Ho was 31 yearn old and a member of the Baptist church t Indian Creek He left good evidence of a hope in dins one we hate many reason for htleving that hi has gone to a bettor land Ho leaves wife a child and a host of friends to raour his dcatii We extend our sincere sympathy to the bereaved His remains were laid to rest in the old Roberts grave yard Monday even ing Dearest husband thou hast left us Hero thy loss we deeply feel But tis God who has bereft us He can all our corraws heal A precious OliO from us Is gone A voice we loved Is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which navel can be filled But could wd see his emlllng face Delighted with that heavenly place We could not wink him back again But savDear one with God remain Lets strive to gain that peaceful shor Where those who meet will part no more HAMILON OHIO LETTER Hamilton 0 Mar 28The peoplo In our city who urually have small gardens have taken advantage of the beautiful springlike days and plant ed potatoes onions and sowed lettuce and other garden seeds Dwellings that were started last fall and left unfinished owing to the financial crisis are now being completed Mr P M Reynolds it making an extended visit with his ECU Charlie who Is operator fo the L N R R at Livingston KyMr and Mrs Henry Smith left Hamilton Wednesday for their former homo at Welch burg Kj where they expect to re side on the farm of Mr Sam Hcrndon for a rhilo Tho prices on nil meats have recently advanced owlns to the scarcity of cattle sheep hogs and feed stuff Some of the machine shops arc reducing their forces of employers which indicates that busi ness Li going to be dull possibly for some time yetMr Nicholas Wil llama loft for Oklahoma City Okla Wednesday whore ho will work during the summer Mr Grnnvll Johnston Is visiting relatives in Jackson County Ky and taking a vacation hoping to improve his declining healthj Tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows have fixed tho 2Cth day of April the day on which they expect to dedicate their = 40000 temple which was given by Mr Sanders un old anrt deceased mem ber cf tho order An opening meeting will be hdd and citizens will be welcome A splendid program Is being arranged It is announced that there will be no gambling of any kind pennittel at Woodsdale Island park during the coming season This is an order issued by the C H 41 D R R Co which controls the park oslueoe o ualoautoarceoeosoeue o e i College Items I 0 0 HERB AND THERE e e- o 0- oealoeoaooiosDoeoeoeopneoY A party of students gave an enter tainment at Narrow Gap Saturday night Several recitations and must cal selections were rendered There was coiisldeiublo difficulty getting homo In tho dark as the mules seem ed to think there would bo bad luck In crossing running water In short the party walked part way A series of stcrcoptlcan slides show ing the missionary work being done In China wer shown by Ratio Hoff man during the Chapel hour Sunday night Miss Sybil Hcndrlcka of Wood stock Ills Is visiting Miss Cameron for a couple of weeks having arrived SaturdayE Stearns and Guy Ward Ma Ion of Cincinnati two of the mem bers of the Investment Committee of the Collepo Boars of Trustees were In town Tucsdaj looking over some prutpeettvo Investments and attending to other business Dr Thomson gave the Monday lecture In tho Upper Chapel nnd Miss Corwin that In the bower Chapel- A convocnton of college workers was hold Monday night In the Li henry nt which PrcR and Mrs Frost reported on their recent Eastern tripTho annual contest between the sins literary societies of the rot loco will be held tomorrow Friday night In the Chapel The girls have been working long and hard on the programmes and tho records of the post few years have left the keenest rivalry no every one Is looking forward to the contest with great InterestAlpha Zeta will hold Its annual banquet Saturday night in the Par ish House POLITICAL NOTE UUuH frm Pint Tttti was In It No answer to it has been published The paper tells of the efforts made by Fairbanks when a Senator to defeat a bill for tho protection of the seals and of his finally declaring that the bill was not need ed because other arrangements had been made and then says Tho statement of Senator Foraker was an untruth In every respect A square and whole fabrication to defeat the pending bUL- PASSES ALDRICH BILL Tho Al drlch Bli which provides for the Is suing In panic times of 1500000 more U S greenbacks on railroad and other bonds has at last passed the Senate but It has keen so amended that there is little of It left Even that llttlo may not get thru the HousePRESIDENTS NEW MESSAGE The message of the President was sent In as predicted last Wednesday but has accomplished little eo far and says nothing new He urges again all the good legislation that he line been trying to get out of Con gress for years Congress does not act and he evidently thinks that is messages will spur it up They often do After the message had been read John Sharp Williams the Democrat- Ic leader in the House got up ant said that it tho Republicans would furnish twentyfive votes he would sea that tho Democrats would give tho rest and put thru most of the laws wanted Ho would not support several of them however If this snot done ho says ho will try to prevent any logltlatlon of any kind INDIANA TICKET Tho Indiana Democratic State Convention which as was expected Indorsed Bryan nom inated for governor T n Marshall a dark horse who wont to the con vention without a single delegate Tom Taggart tho Democratic Partys National Chairman who is a gamb ling houre owner succeeded In keep lug his place- CANNONS FIRST VOTES The Illinois State Convention last Thurs day indorsed Speaker Cannon for the Presidency as it does about once every fcur years but it refused to stand bv hInt on the tariff plank and adopted one calling for a revisionTURN AGAINST THE SOUTH The Republican Leaders are turning against the Southern branch of tile party because of the cquabbles and disreputable methods of the party in tho far South There are few white Republicans south of Tennessee and the party Is only a collection of moo after offices Many are for sale to tho highest bidder at the National Conventions and considering that they have no weight at all in the election they havo too much power So there is a movement to have tho delegates to the National Convention choosen on the basis of the Republican votes cast This will almost cut out the Southern states s THE MARKET Bare Prices Eggs per dozlOc flutter per lb152c Potatoes Irsh per bunOO Apples per bul CO 3 00 Bacon per IbIOlh Ham per IbI2cLard per lb12c Chickens on toot per lb lots Chickens dressed per lb 124a LIve Steck Louisville April 2 1901 Choice export ulcers D 75 K CO Light ehlpplnr steers C 25 G 75 Choice butcher steers C 00 G CO Medium butcher steers 4 CO B UO Common butcher steers 3 CO 4 CO Choice butcher heifers 4 GO 5 00 Medium butcher heifers 3 75 4 GO Common butcher heifers 3 25 3 7G Choke butcher cows 3 75 4 50 Medium butcher cows 35S 7G Common butcher cows 2 CO 3 25 Canners 100 2 25 Choice fat oxen 4 CO 52r Medium oxen 3 00 4 23 Choice bulls IG 4 00 Medium bulls 2 76 36 Common hulls 2 25 2 76 Choteo want calves R SO 0 00 Medium veal calves 4 00 6 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 SO Good feeders 4 25 4 75 eCommonChoice stock stare 3 75 4 50 Medium stock utters 3Sl 75 Common stock steers 2 75 I5Choice stock heifer 3 25 3 75 Medium stock heifers 2 75 3 25 Common mixed stockers 3 00 3 CO Choice milch cows 36 00 45 00 Medium mlloh cows 26 00 35 00 Common milch cows 10 00 20 00 uoos Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 lbs C 40 Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs 040 Choice pigs 90120 Ibs C GO Light pigs 6090 lbs 4 75 Light Bhlppeit KO160 lbs 0 15 tough 150500 lbs 3 00 5 75 sun Choice fat sheep C 00 5 CS Medium sheep 3 00 4 00 Common sheep 3 00 3 00 Ducks 200 300 Choice lambs C CO 7 CO Good butcher lambs C 00 0 CO Culls and tallends 3 CO C 00 MESS PORK9 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 11HKc heavy to medium 11 to HUc SHOULDERS SKe per lb BACON Cltar rib side c reg ular clear sides Sc breakfast bacon KHc sugar cured shoulder Sac ba con extra Vc belllea light lOc bu ry lOc LARD Prime stow la Uercea lie lOKeDRIEDEGGS Case count 12U to ISo per dos candled ISUc- BUTTER17C per lb POULTRY Spring chicken small IGISc per lb lArge lEc liens 10H to He duels small young 12c old 9c turkeys 1113c geote 7c WHEAT No 2 OSc No 3 86c L02 No 3 red and lost berry 1100 CORN No 3 white G9c No 3 mlx J C9- oOATSNow No 3 white CGc No 3 mixed C4c RYE No 2 Northern ic No 3 Northern 93e PLANS FOR WALKS Continued from V Iril Page better looking town If all tho money ftbeto spend on the pike It seems as It putting ell the money into the side walks will bo lIke getting a swell now pair of pants and going on wear ingan old dirty ragged torn patch ed coat while putting the mouey in both sidewalks and roads will be like getting a whole new suit all pretty good even if it Isnt as swell as the pants you might havo had This id a question for the property owners to think over and then tell tho louncllmen what they think for that is the only way they can find snldInmighty nice and very swell and wed all like them but tho question la whether wo want to give up having 1iablyDont figure on how to save money The town needs the improvement and every good citizen ought to be glad to do his share but do make sure that you are getting the best of your moneys worth out of the dollars you will haws to put in In childhood be modest In youth temperate In manhood just and in old age prudent Socrates A mans nature runs ether to herba or to weeds therefore lit him seas onabiy water ths one anti destroy the other Lord Btcoa SPECIAL MESSAGE OF TOE PRESIDENT MR ROOSEVELT RECOM MENDS CERTAIN MEAS URES THAT CONGRESS SHOULD GIVE THEIR- ATTENTION Tn the Str sad lUuto of Ue prcs nla lire I roll yes tittrntlcm to certain wens ufre BH to whloh I think there should he nrtlon br too consjrnM before the VMM of the prtMiit iwmitjn There Is ample lithe for their wiulitcrmtloM As rugniils runs1 U not nil of the mwttsrs bills have In lnlro4ufoJ Into nfte w the other of the two homes and It U not too much to liepo that notion will be taken one way or Ure other on these bUla ut the ITMent MMlrn In tny ineMaee at the npenlag of the prnl eoeelun nnd I- ndd In vnrlous messages to pravtuus nmirreliMs I have repeatedly nuffgeitrd srllon on moat of them tmasuros prohibitedthtlMMbur UU shMiU U ixiswl for the Iliirlrt of Culurebla it U unfortturate dpendenteani protectIdldrealobar 1 renew my nxomnwtxSdtlon for the Im u rnpIRIUtyant ilmrtslon of the supreme court courtthCinrrrlin end the protection It af horde MM UU embrac every rktea of em jye to which the power of cvflgreu can e xtrnJ protectbigTiers the ftuvcrnniMit ahotihl show tuV put Ilth by uerUng Ii further law IIY lIIploIJ e It U a rrpnoech to UM oa a tMtlon that In hot federal end stale trulihi llrn wo bare afforded IPM protection to IMibllr end iele vmpluyea lhaa any other Industrial country of the world bagIhelready made coerertiln Injunclkma It ltwr flUpule Ko temporary r strlnIRK outer hawU be lieuod tiy any court without natl w end tlie pvUtlni tN 1 rerteroent IsiJunctHni whuh ouch limimcnry re ulntrc order Lae he I Iauirgeey ant tv etreed A work or thereabout ruin the Belo nnrn the entrr was Iranal It til w rlli r uisjilvi Ing whnthoi It MnuW not the greater pipillar ode llJonre In the tminrtlellty of eehtearr f r iiuilempt If It wu rtNiulnnl that tint rue should br ilr Mrd by nnthrr Jude tlinn the owe Isaulns the Injunction et rI where the loniempt Ii committal li the iHVeenre of the court or In other 01lN11nryI atttntkin to the urRitit need f amrndlnc the Irterstate Om rnorro law sad esrirrtally the antltruettaw alone the line Imtknted In my htm m ait4e The Inlrretatc roamer a Iehukl be amended x aa to eel r till- read the right to make trefrk aurrv rHntc ultfn1 11 tlira snrenunti IMIM DrlV y the Inlrr late i wane ronimliiatcm and piibUshml In nil of tlirti iltalla The ronmlruik shoMl I tug U Klvpn the pcwrr l make pehllr and t IUUM upon ttte Inuanir of all rcurlllr Itrrmfter bed by rallruailii doing ai Inter httw cnimin i1 a hailnet A law Would be j oed providing la ef feel that when a fejetal cuurt dlernitne to piece A nininKH carrier or other pub Ik utility eonit rn under the rnnlrolor rwlvenhlp the attorneymnoral ehouUt- IMVP the rMht to nnntinale ul lit or of the rere4ver it tjw JB nn nlhel y the latrrriua of the phr kholdrr ahiHiM be oi iieulled no that the man aeem Dt may r t t be wholly rclrlivire lo the nag rr men the tailor of wheer natty may hove nere itiale l the rron lion of the rerelveraMB Rr ili rsil should be tread not h operate rjln Im aa Kprodlly a pcisdhle tu pay tlulr ilehie and return tiinn to the HiiMr CMIUTI In adflltlnn bi the reaN nfl T hoer al rnuly ur n i ur att nti n It hue now tuxumr 1r Hiutir Dial there hul1an hndmnl f ihr aHiltrut Lin hp Iwaar of the uinertatnty a In luw till IHW effect ton tnatl nt mnona tov4 rrro and former If the mmMnatlnti 1trany Ifndeno t trstrlit liter tate mm merre All i f thvw onibliratlxns If an while exlstlex fc and erga 1 to Oil prosnotlon of Innn vat ami jweeper per AIfni t law mm a moMl unwlwlv drawn ttntule It tree perhaps Inevitable that In feeling after the riteIt I remedy the first attempts to provide such khouM be crude and It wee absolutely Imperative that acme loglttnllon should l e paoset lo control In the Interest of the public tlin buslnexi uw of the enormous eggs Katktnii of oorpTatP wealth that ere e marked n feature of the modern Indus trial work Put the present nntltrust Uw In Its canstructlon and worhlnR has nxcYnpllflMt only to+ wet Ihe kind of leg IsUIUm whlrh under the guise of belnx thoroughgoing Is drawn up In such nwwplns form as tn become either In effective or else lnl rhl vous In the modern Industrial world com hlnatlonn nre absolutely necessary they am ncccsanry among business mend they are nccesjnry among laboring mend they are NJnmlnlf more and norm necessary monK farmers theme of these combina tion are nm nir the mot powerful of nil Instrument fur wrongdoing Usher otter the only effective way of meeting actual liuslnrn needs It Is mischievous and unwholesome to keep upon thn statute ItooXa unmndineil a law like the antitrust law Which while tn prncllco only rombhuttturonntruod en na snreeplnicly tn prohibit exvry combination fnr the transaction of modern business Some real good has resulted from this law Hut the time hag rome when It U imperative to modlfv It 8uct modinmtlon Is urgently needed for tho sake of the business mrn of the country for the sake of the woie worU ere and for tho mko of tin farmers The congress cannot afford to leave It on the statute bOke In its present It lisa now become uncertain howfar tllla law may Involve nip labor orKnnlia tlcnn nnd farmers organization bas well an nil business organizations In run flict with the wo secure literal rampUanco with thelaw how flu it rnav result In the destruction of the orgnnliu unto ncccniary for the transaction of molar hiintncsi ni well ax if nil labor organization and farmer organizations completely check the wise movement for securing btiBlncsn cooperation among farmer nnd ut back half a century the terment lKres pret aefdrtl In the congress to remedy this situation Some such mfasife ni this bill In needed In the Interest of all en muted In the Industries which are essen theIdlllinn t otter are my wouM npply equally to any other men ore which would a4i rye the desired end Tlciirlni till In mind I would suggest merely tentatively the lollowlrK chiiseIn Iho law Thn substantive part ot Ole nntltrust nv tdioiild remain ns at present that Is every contract In rllIlra trade or ommnrc iimnnit the several states or nations should continue tn howavtrHutttouch lea the corpora tions acting unilv the sn Tlnry of cjm mcrco ind tabor tie allowed tn pass on city ash contracts IVobnbly the heat m ai of providing for this would bo t eimrt that any subject to th- Inhlhlllon rontilnetl In thn nutl trust Into which It Wfldtalredlortermight bo filed with the liircau of our porittion or otiier approyrlato executive publicity1Ithinwhich period could be extented by ordei If tho drpartmont whosoever for any seam It did not Klvo the department suf iklant time far a thorough nxamlnatljn the exeeutlvo department having lower wouldtheythe nntltrun law It at all In restrainof traIt such prohibition was Issued the ontratt only be liable to ut tnvk on the ground that It constitute d trndeWhrnenrwithout any such prohibition the contracts or combinations could bo disap andIIrtlltram nary review on appeal by tho courts orl3nlz1I0hllUed fur purpotias of profit should be al givingQnlAddorganizationsbusiness pormllll1theu0 abolished and ag a substitute there forhotlJoIthe plaintiff and the mat of the suit f- leluding a reasonable attorney fee rte law should not affect pending suits a abort statute of limitations should bo provided so far an the la concerned t I ereii a sear Moreover and even more In the interest of labor than of bus hrouhtforrhoulil lie brought only If the contract or eombtaatloi complained of was unfair unreasonable U may be well to re member that cal of the nultn hitherto brought by the government under the antitrust law hovo been In cases whore the combination or contract was In tact unfair unreasonable and against tinpublic Interest It Is Important that we should encourage trade agreements between employer and employ whore they are Just and air A strike Is n clumsy weapon fur rUhllnK wrongs dune to labor and we suwulil extend no tar aa powilble the process of oonclllatlon and arbitration as a substitute for strike Moreover violence disorder end coercion when trlkf8lII10uktpressed aa when committed In any other uonnectlun Hut strikes themselves ure and shmild be revngnlsd to ho entirely tounl Combinations t f workingmen hnvo a peculiar reason fur their existence The very wealthy Individual employer end still more tho very weulthy corporation stand at an enormous advantage when compared to the Individual workingman and while there arc many cows where It may tot be nerestry for latoorr to farm a union In many other rases It t- IrdlnfGIIIu otherwise tho thousands the Ihouannda ot lull helplInthe big Individual or corporate employer TwMitjrlwo years ago by the act of lung n UU trades union were reoost led by taw sad the right of laboring people to oemblne fur all lawful pus posea was formerly recognized this right i era was fornwlly recognized this tight proteebasours ami conditions of the pruaetloll rorknwn innthethe actionof their01 trader the trade aril In the at of dune 1 Ihts tells were recognized as legal In Urn He lOft that loo bade participation n or nattsUk n of force or violence isMlnt persona or property or tie at tempt to prevent others from working f y vlolenoe threat or Intimidation The nuBineaa man roust be protested In per moral property and iw must the farmer end the waaewtirbar nab as regards all like the right nf iwaeeful eomblnatlen or all lawful purpoawt should be explldt Iy IIMdTh employers to combine and onlract with ono another and with their mueoyes houkl be explicitly reoogllsd toil roo ahoulil the right of the employs i crfnMne and to contract with on anther and with th 0+ Ptoyerand to Mk peaceably to prrawue others to cpt their tIWs and to strike for the of iMMceabty obtalatns from em iboryfnlhlnpbtscklfart or a loycoll that would tw illegal at thla l elng the yp0 of boycott defined and condemned ty the anthracite strike commission The que tk n of financial legislation U iow receiving earth attention In nthi oleo that w have a right to expect utlon before the rloe of the session I l urgently mtuvscary that there should e ouch ahreover action should m bake tn establish postal toying 11 nks Ttiene postal eavlnc hank are ini eriitlvely needed fur the benefit of the wwker and men of small meaanote will be a valuable adjunct to our w h le financial afatem The tins has come when we Dliould eparc for A rev lake of the tariff This hoiltd hr and Indeed mum be precaded y careful tnveMurattan It U peculiarly he pn lnce ot the congress and not of ito realdent and Indeed peculiarly the trovlnce of the Imuee of repreaenUitlves In ortclnate a tariff bill nnd to determine ipnn Ita terms and this I fully realise et It Seems to Ins that before the close f this session prmlsloti should IH made for collejtlna pull mnterUl which will nabkt the congress elected nut fall to cot immediately after It come Into ox tenet This would necessitate some no tion br the congress nt Its present son atdn perhaps In the shape of directing the proper commute to gather the neees cry Information both through the com mittee Itself and through government genii who should report to the commit tee nnd should lay before It the farts which would permit It to act with prompt ind Intelligent fulmeas Those Kivern ment agents If It Is ncl deemed wise to Uoadvantage pub Sir powrvlrellvmightfwd be members of the executive departments designated by tho president on his own- mntlon or on the request of the com mittee to act with It 1 am of the opinion however that one IMn could with advantage be madeforthwith Our forests need every protection and one method of pro tecting them would be to put upon the tree wood pulp with a corresponding reduction upon paper made from wood that duosan fromrtny upon Ihom Ample provision should be made for a permanent waterways commission with whatever power Is required to make It effective Tl a expectation of the people will net be met unless the congress provides At this erosion for the beginning and prosecution of the actual work of waterway Improvement and con trot Tint congress should recognize In fullest fnshlnn the tact that tho subject d the cciiscrvntlon of our natural resources with which this commission duals is literally vital for future of the nation Numerous bills granting waterpower rights on navigable streams hays been Introduced None of them jrUe the gay ernment tho right to make n renewable charge for the rnluable privileges so granted in spite of the fact that these waterpower privileges are equivalent to many thourand of acres cf the best coal undo for their production t f power Nor Is any definite time limit set as should always be done In such cases 1 shall bs obliged boycotter In accordance with the policy stated In n recent message to veto nny waterpower bill which does not provide for A time limit and for the right of the president or of the secretary con earned to fix collect such a charge nil ho 1M find to bo Just and reasons ible In each case THKODORE JlOOSnVEIT Tho Vhtto House March 25 1008 Tho supremo court of tho United Staten Monday held tho Minnesota mltroad rato law to bo unconstitution al becauso of the enormous penalties Imposed by It Tho Rock Island 111 Dally sews of flee was dynamited early Monday Tho press room was badly damaged Tho paper has been attacking tho gamblers and advocating local license No ono was Injured Tho condition of United States Sen ator Pcprose who Is confined to his homo and suffering train facial err complications Is very muchImproved and early res toration to health it anticipated CHILAPA MEXICO IS RUINED EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE DESTROY ENTIRE TOWN Loss of Life Unknown Communica than by Wire Severed and Place Far from Railway Mexico City Mox Chllapa a town of 15000 Inhabitants In tho state of Guerrero has been shaken by an earthquake and burned Tho shocks two In number oc curred early Thursday evening and were followed by fires which originat ing In a dozen places among tho tum connagtaitlonfacts of tho disaster aro known here had what has been learned has dribbled in from a halt dozen sources moro or loss authentic The loss of life If any as well as the monetary extent of tho property damage Is problematical and contin ued efforts to guago tho catastrophe havo been futile Telegraph communi cation with Chllapa was severed by the shooks and the town Is two days by horseback from the nearest railway stationEl the government or gan received a dispatch from Its cor respondent In tho town of Cbllpan clngo saying that tho town of Chllapa 30 mute distant from that place was totally destroyed by the earthquake and that tiro broke out in the ruins and Is now completing the work ot de struction Tho people of tho town are terrorized and many are praying In tho open plaza and In the fields adjoining tho town Some hours later the samo correspondent sent the following dispatch Later returns confirm my first telegram Chllapa has been shaken to the earth nnd reduced to ashes 1 avoid tho sending of details Mrs Emma Joanuctto Dorvlllc an American lost her life in a panic in the Tlburclo theater in the city of Vora Cruz which followed tho earth quake of Thursday night St Thomas D W IA sharp earth shock occurred hero Thursday after noon and created much alarm No damage however is reported FLEET WILL VISIT CHINA Invitation Accepted But All Others Will Be Declined Washington Tho battleship fleet will visit China as well as Australia and Japan and will bo homo on Wash ingtons birthday that President Roosevelt may participate In tho wel come before his retirement from of fice ten days later In deciding at tho cabinet session Tuesday to accept tho Invitation ox tended by China It was also determined that tho limit of the social calls had been reached and that all other invitations should any bo extended would be declined with appreciative and regretful thanks Gen Horne Acquitted Kansas City MoGen n C Horne was acquitted of the charge of murdering II J Groves managing editor of the Kansas City Post by a Jury lathe criminal court hero Thursday night Tho verdict stated that Gen Homo was Insane when ho shot Groves and has not fully recovered and commits hint to an asylum Nominated en the 761st Ballot Audcrson Ind Nathan D Haw klns of Portland was nominated for congress by the Republicans of the Eighth district Friday afternoon on the seven hundred and sixtyfirst ballot after tho convention had been in less Ion since Thrusday afternoon at three oclock Two Killed In Rail Collision Ilornoll N YThe westbound Wells Fargo express train on tho i rio railroad crashed Into an east coned freight early Friday morning at what Is known as JX tower Two men were killed and five wero injured New Senator from Florida Tallahassee Flaoov Uroward Friday appointed Hall Milton of Ma rlanna to succeed the late Senator Bryan of Florida in tho United States senate Mp Milton IB a grandson ot former Gov 3ohn Milton of Florida s APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT Kentuiklans Ask Federal Aid to Sup press Night Riders Lexington KyTho failure on the part of the state authorities to rundown perpetrators of outrages com mlttcd by night riders cUlminated Tuesday in a direct appeal to the president of the United States for federal Interference In Kentucky In the form of a petition prepared by leading men of Lexington and central Ken tuckyThe petitioners are aware that the president can take no acttof uulosi tho governor so requests but It is their purpose by this means to brIng the two executives together in the matter for mutual discussion and consideration that may result in some sort of action The report of a settlement having begirt reached between tho American Society of Equity and tho American Tobacco company was denied at the office of G A Brooks secretary of tho Equity society In Winchester CONGRESSMAN SHOOTS NEGRO Heflln of Alabama In Desperate Affray Wounds Another Accidentally Washington In a desperate affray on Pennsylvania avenue car Friday ni811L a negro and a white man were shot by Congressman Thomas J Fist lln of Alabama Thomas Lumby the negro was shot In the head and Is In n critical condition and Thomas Me Creary a New York horso trainer Is suffering from a wound In tho leg The shooting of McCreary was ace dental Mr Hoflln was arrested and taken to the Sixth police precinct sta Ion where a charge ot assault with in ent to kill was placed against him Later ho was released on 5000 ball Mr Hoflln rebuked the negro for Irlriklng on the street car and tho alter Is said to have made a motion as if to draw a pistol RUBBERS HEAD BLOWN OFF SafeCracker Killed by Own Blast In t Arkansas Gentry ArkIn a futile attempt to blow open tbo safe ofthe Farm era bank at Sprlngtown near here early Thursday tho head of ono of tho robbers was blown from his shoul tiers by a premature explosion of dynamite The body of tho dead robber was found In the bank near tho safe Danville IllTwo desperate men believed to be tho samo who at tempted to loot the bank of Chrlsman Wednesday on Thursday morning hold up nnd robbed tho office of tho Danville Water company at the point of revolvers forcing Cashier Dyers and a woman to stand while they looted the safe They obtained ten dollars and overlooked a largo amount In another compartment of tho sate Severe Storm In Michigan Detroit MlchA tornado near Jackson in tho southern part ot the state late Friday afternoon and a blizzard with heavy snow fall in the upper peninsula at night wero tho ex tremes of a general storm that struck Michigan Friday Tho tornado did considerable damage to farm property around Blackman and Woodvillo northwest and west of Jackson but no loss of life has been reported Traveling Man Commits Suicide Galll polls O James ONeal a trav cling man of Philadelphia Pa became deranged at Bldwell near hero Thursday jumped under a Hocking Valley train and was Instantly killed The body was brought hero ONeal had been drinking and Is believed to have squandered considerable money N Virginia Judge Removed Richmond VaTho general assembly Df Virginia Thursday adopted a resolution removing Judgo J W G Blackstono of tho Eleventh circuit from offlco Tho grounds upon which this action were based are immorality and gross neglect of official duty Kentucky Village Burned Louisville KyFlro practically de stroyed the central portion of tho village bt Greenville ten miles north 01 Albany Thursday Greenville cs4 tIns about 350 Inhabitants i 1 Kentucky Gleanings PartsI I u EXPERIMENT STATION PLANS Knocked Out By the Veto of Governor I Willson Frankfort KyGov Wlllson got busy with his veto tomahawk cllml natlng one bill entirely aril another In part Tho bill disapproved was one providing for two additional expert ment stations as adjuncts to the malt agricultural experiment station at the State college He vetoed alto addition al per capita to tho houses of reform which was raised from 100 per an num to 125 but approved that por lion appropriating 77000 to make Uti a deficit and to Inaugurate certain im provements In that Institution II says that ho does this upon tho assure once of President Drown of tho prison commission that economy will be practiced in the expenditure of tho ap Iiropriallon and that no more will bo used than is absolutely necessary GOVERNOR SIGNS MCHORD BILL Willson Says Conditions Warrant Ap proval of Measure Frankfort KyGov Wlllson signed tho M Chord bill providing a penalty for tho purchase or salo of personal property which Is In the hands of an other than tho owner This bill ts similar to the CrecellusWyatt bill which prevents tho purchase or salt of pooled tobacco In approving the measure GOT Will son says This bill Is open to serious objection as using criminal process to en force civil contracts when the wholo tendency of modern practice Is against thisBut present conditions afford great grounds for approving It and if It proves bad on trial tho legislature can repeal it It is therefore approved Three Warehouses Burned Owenton KyOweuton was visile by a band of night riders who set fire to three largo tobacco warehouses causing a loss of about 530000 and destroying 150000 pounds of tobacco In addition to three buildings Tho first building set on fire was tho big new Eqoltr warehouse owned by a stock company This had in it about 1000 000 pounds of pooled tobacco and 60 000 pounds of independent leaf The loss Is Insured Young Physician Heid Hopklnsvllle KyDr Wnllls W Durham aged 27 a prominent physl clan ot the northern part of Christian county who Is charged with being a night rider surrendered and was released on 1000 bond Bob Wood a young planter charged with sending night rider letters was found guilty lie was sentenced to three months In prison and fined 100 Fear Night Riders CovIngton KyAbout 40000 pounds of tobacco is stored in a building la Greenup street and is causing some little excitement among the resIdents in that neighborhood on account of the recent outrages perpetrated by night riders in tho Interior of tho state Tho authorities here have no fear or any depredations One Killed Several Hurt Danville KyTn a headon colllsloi of tliu Blue Grass Special a Queen S Crescent passenger train nlso known as Xo 28 and an extra freight train No Glfi two miles north of High Bridge one man was killed two per sons were fatally Injured and a dozen othere were severely hurt Ohioan Mangled Lexington KyTho mangled ro mains of what is supposed to be the body of Earl Hudson ot Bellcfontalno 0 were found nt tho Q C crossing An envelope addressed to Miss Mamie Jewell Bcllefontalnc was found In n pocket together with letters from her Report Denied Lexington KyThe report cmannt tag from Cincinnati to Iho effect that the American Tobacco Co has closed a deal with Iho Society of Equity for all ot tho HOB and 1907 crop in pool can not be verified here As a matter of fact It Is generally discredited Held Up By Footpads Hopklnsvllle KyJohn Barnes 70 years old was held tip and robbed of thirty dollars As ho was on his way home two men halted Dames at Fourth and Virginia streets and level- Ing their pistols forced him to hand over his money ChinasPlace Frankfort Kyoeo Chinn resIgned as warden of tho penitentiary and E E Mitdd who has been chief deputy warden was selected In his stead Col Chinn just returned from a five months trip to California In the Interest of his wifes health A 100000 Coliseum Louisville KyThe State Fair board here decided to build n 100001 coliseum In which to house tho annual fair It will ba the biggest of its kind In the country and ot tho cxqulfll school in architecture Hedges Paroled Frankfort KyM L Hedges whit convict from Kenton county was pa soled by the board of prison commissioners He was tent up for two yes for horse stealing and had nerved the bulk of his terra Ho has tuberculosis KFNTUCKIANS WRATHY Over the Governors Action In Vetoing the Arnett Bill Louisville KyMembers of the local Stock Exchange and rich men in general wero wrathy hero when the news was received that Gov Willson had vetoed tho Arnett bill Local slock men approved the bill and sent a powerful committee to Frankfort to persuade the governor to sIgn It It is known that in this city now that Iho state revenue agents have been busy tho stock exchange has ceased to list sales of foreign stock so that the revenue men may be kept ort the track John W Green headed the commltteo to the governor presenting all these facts and when tho news came that ho had vetoed the bill they were disturbed to no small ex tent hind the bill been approved the revenue agents would have been de prived perhaps of about 1000000 among them all in one year FEARED NIGHT RIDERS And Wilson Suddenly Shot and Killed Farmer Nabb Hopklnsvllle Ky Aubrey Nabb aged 24 a Caldwell county farmer was shot and killed at the Hcnrictla thea ter at Princeton by Henry Wilson aged SO a stock trader Wilson and the manager of the thealer had started down the stairs as Nubb and a com anion were going up Wilson was heard to yell out something about the night riders having threatened to get him and ho was going to shoot somebody Immediately afterward two pis tol shots rang out Ono of the bullets struck Nabb in the breast and ho died in a few minutes Tho manager ot the theater grabbed Wilson but he Jerked away and made his escape Alleged Night Rider Indicted Hopklnsvllle KyTho Christian county grand jury returned n batch ol Indictments Three of them are charges of alleged night riding and one for sending n threatening letter names two parties The Indictments for night riding are against Herman Richard Crenshaw a young farmer of Trigg county and Matt Gholson sr of this county More Indictments Returned Hopklnsvillo KyTho grand Jury returned four indictments against night riders Ono Is against a promi font farmer whoso name Is withheld until after tho arrest Ho la charged with being in the gang which raided Hopklnsvillo last December Rob Wood who was convicted of sending n nightrider letter entered a motion for a new trial Bills Vetoed Frankfort KyGov Wlllson vetoed the Nell bill providing for a sehool for city and county health officers Ha believes that there is no oceasion for such Institutions at present Another measure to get the cxccutlvo ax was tho Buford abortion bill as Gov Will son said there wero plenty of laws on the statute books to convict that class of criminals Spark From An Engine Paducah Ky Plerco Station near Potion lost nearly all its business por tion In a fire caused by the spark from an engine PIerces store Lowes store the Presbyterian churoh the Woodmens hall the Hardy Grain Co end two gralnhouses were burned Tho loss is 15000 Officer Kills Kentuckian Boonvllle KyJep Price a conata We shot John Warren la the back killing him instantly Price Intended to arrest Warren on a petty charge Warren ran and Price fired Price is in Jail He Is being condemned for his hasty action nnd feeling la running high Court of Appeals Adjourns Frankfort KyTho court of appeals completed Its January term adJourn- Ing until April 13 The court disposed of 364 appeals 209 of them being ro versed and 141 dismissed while 15 pa tritons were overruled 06 sustained and 3 former judgments set aside Five Men Indicted Paducah Ky Indictments were ro turned at Benton against five oX the night riders who visited IH 1svU1c several nights ago Judge Heed do cltned to give the names of the Indict ed to the press saying that it would Interfere with their arrests Want Troops Removed Mt Sterling KyThe present of state troops here caused muck comment and it is stated by a local paper that a petition will bo prepared to present to the governor asking tot their removal On the surface there In no sign of trouble Orders Insurance Canceled Mt Sterling yW G Hu rnon Kentucky agent for several of the largest insurance companies wired 41 agents In Central and Northern Ken tucky ordering them to cancel Inaur anco on all tobacco and barns Atkins May Not Recover Lexington Ky James Addas a Junction City who was Injured In the Queen Crescent wreck is In t seri Qua condition His back Is broken AI the other injured are doing nell o4 no more deaths are expected O o+ewarwowtlaunonsYMwta rwrra+ pr+ wuu + rt+ o- o East Kentucky Correspondence tl I News You Get Nowhere Else ot Ho oorteepoo0eea pot Ilrt 4 oeleu dyed la loll by Ut writer Tit nee 0- li oat tot rebltane Yat u u tmce et COt filta Write plainly C ow soeowo o oeewoneroeseeaeoeoaoeoeoeoeoeoaowottto LAUREL COUNTYI Pltlsburg llTrSnuuuIplo here are fearing tho fruit will get killed Mr A J Smith and James Short passed thru here on a business trip last week and called on W O t Penlngton Miss Mary Hughes Is vis iting her sister at Lebanon Juncllon Mr Johnle Hughes visited his parents at home last aceklr W G Pen Ington has got his new residence about completed and has had a well drilled Mr and Lira J1 Pen Ing ton who cams hero from Clay county In rake their home have returned to Clay county where they will make their home ngatnDlr and Mrs Geo Kelley Lave moved to Clay county to make their future homelr W H Marlow who got hi leg hurt In tho coal mints Is Improving slowly R9SKBA5TLC COUNTY nomvrTI- loblnetrt M rch 2SPomp Carpen ter and Nannie Wlisot were married on March 1C it the nemo of the bride Mauy friends join In wishing them success Ella Carpenter says he II going to farm this summer Boaa Carpenter while cleaning out tho barn got the prong of the fork stuck In hla hand He Is getting along well Charley Wise hen finished fencing Jn a new ground of about 20 acres W S Ledbetter Is building a now store house at Dargo Ho says people here will Lave market for their produce with hl11J L Carpenter iii at Dango Is fencing the John Mul lira Creek bottom Big Iko Har risons wife left last week and has gone Dark to Steavn where she ex y Ipectsto males her Lome Harrison iBoleshas purchased a span of mules wagon tar hornets for f3G0C B Sexton of Roblnct made a flying trip i to Dango last Sanday Mary Car- penterI started Friday to Louisville k on a two weeks visit Jako Lan i son Is talking of moving to the Trace Branch Dr ChUder of Livingston i was in our midst last Sunday Mrs I John Mulllns Is very Ul5ld Mar I i I tin and G Lake ate preparing to make a business trip to London F Ky about March 31Silas Carpenter IT died March 24 with dropsy Lafey Smith went to McKeo last tj week horse swopping Sude Carpen ter returned home Friday from Cln clnnatl where she her teen getting At the style of hats for this season It 0 tGOOCBLAofDf Goochland March 28Farmers w Iaresome what behind with their work Maggie Witt of Doublellck I l vlslttd home folks SundayJ F I Dooley was In Berea Friday on busl ness Allle Phillips was the welcome guest of her parents last Sunday I Drew attended court at kit Ver 1ranWednesday J Johnson bought a horse from Klrale Allen for 85 1W H Jones who Las been at homo M from Derea for a tow days returned Wednesday to enter school for the jsprlug term ho also attended the winter term Ada Dooley left Thurs day for Dig Hill where she will stay with her aunt Addle Richardson for a few weeks Ruford Callallon was in Berea last Monday after goods for I Joe Drew Ruford says that it is a fine trite for hauling Dan Rey I nolds of McCracken has moved Into j Dr Jonen property near this place Dr Jones has brought on a finrf lot of drugs Charley Phillips Who j I has been living near McCracken has moved back to his fathers near here Frank Sparks and Eva Lakes of Evergreen were married last Thurs day at the home of the bride John C Phillips of this place went to Mt Vernon Last Saturday to attend a I Sunday school aanaria G W Robinson J is suffering with rheumatism Wm Bullock Is homo from East Bernstadt J where he has been working for the past few months Willie Klncer of jDenver Col has been visiting Ills sister Mrs 1 C Bullock Bradley 1Bobinson Dan and Ben Ponder camo home from Berea Wednesday They had beer In school since Jan IW t H Ponder is staying with his undo in Llvng3tonKy Francca McDanle q of Altamont was visiting her parents and many friends here last week l John Parks house and nearly every thing he had burned to the ground leaf Thursday which loft them In a very bad condition Five of the tam 1 A fly have measles It Is thought It- t caught from the StoTEJ Q Bullock watt in Mt Vernon bfondayrIllg night and Carter are In this part hagsj 0 f i tr f t 4 t 1 r ICLAY COUNTY HUHMNO SlMUNfS Burning Spring March 2tour beautiful springlike weather ended with a revere storm last Thursday night Window lights and roofs were damaged by It Charles Thompson who was marl led a few weeks ago to Alpha Hart left with his bride forI Hamilton whero they moll reside Ills brother Harrison accompanied themteary Thompson wife and daughter have returned from Ham- Ilton wh re they spent tho winter Messrs Frank McDanlel and ton have befeun housekeeping In the cottage itcenlly occupied by Miss Haagen They Intent to raise poul try Inn few months Mr Stove Clarkston win soon go to West Vlr ginia where he will enter now fields as a drummer Last Sunday the Rev Mr Johnson from Jackson County preached a very able and Interesting sermon to a large audience In tho school house His regular appoint ments will bo the fourth Sunday of each month Wo are so glad to notice a steady Increase in the attend ance of our S S especially among tile younger members The school Is fm der the efficient management of J L Rawlngs Mrs Wilson of Malcom visited tour town last Monday Mrs Lucy Hobbard has been quite 111 but is now convalescing There has been an epidemic of grippe In town for the last few weeks All tho pa tients arj getting along nicely Lee Jones the post master has Improved his property by fencing his yard planting shrubbery In It and making a stile and a neat board walkCarlo- Clark who has been attending school at Bprea hag returned home to as sist with the crop so as to attend school nut fall James Jewell has entered the Normal Department of Here Cllcge this termMuch sym pathy Is expressed for the tragic end Ing of the life of Cordu Evans who drowned herself In Goose Creek Sun day evening Sho attended the Mod el Schools of Berra College some llmr ago It was her desire to continue her school work but financial dltfl ucltles hindered her and she became quite despondent Mary Clarkston has returned home after attending the Normal Department of Berea Col lege since last faltTho literary club of the school held Its exercises out In the woOK this evening An unusually Interesting program had been pre pared for tho occasion JlUIUUTSIIAn Brlghtthade March 2JTaylor Wagers who has had a bad case of typhoid lever Is now expected to re cover Measles are still prevalent to this locality There was considerable scare about the smallpox last week The disease was expected to spread to this place from Martins Creek whore there are still several cases But the disease has not spread any this week Tho stavo mill which has been ldlr the past month will soon be running again John Fowler of Berea was hero Friday and Saturday measuring logs which Frank and 011 ver Wagers acid the Ford Lumber Ca Joseph Massy was hors this week buying cattle Ho was paying fair prices and secured abcut twentyfive head Farmers ara very backward about their preparations for crops on account of trio abundance of rainy weather FINE Vine Mar 21 Measles nod mumps are much better Mr Charles Robin son and wife visited Mr and Mrs Morgan Sunday last Mrs Montgo mery and daughter visited Miss Mattie Montgomery last week She Is very llhblr G W Drowning swearing a smile over a floe girl Johnny and Estho Ferguson visited their grandmt Mrs blL Fer guson Saturday night Ir Char ley Ferguson left for Cincinnati a tow days ago Mr Charley Hurley of East Bcrnstadt visited re latives near hero tart weekUr G W Browning had a working Wed nesday and got a good days work done WHITLEY COUNTY C01l1l1i Corbln March 28Mrs C II Parsons o London visited H F and Jane Dunagan Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Lucy Wyrlck is vis iting friends In Kiiox this week Mr Grant Hurman is enlarging his livery stable Mrs MauJe Riley sable to talc agalnMr II fc Duna gnu went to tho Johnson school house to preach Sunday The sanctified people of Corbin arc beginning to build n church Miss Laura Burns Is well ngaltthire Dean Chestnut was converter last Saturday night Trio sanctified people had a lino meeting at Rowland Sunday and thirteen were converted under the Rev Mr WhUts preaching About two hundred and fifty people present It will go on next Sunday There were about fifty persons from Corbin went to Rosolcnd Sunday and reported a tine Umefir Dent Lack hat moved to tho country Monday The Rov J H Kill preached ice tho people of our city Sunday night at Mr Tompsons Business was coaling on Jockey street Saturday Mr R H Lagana son from Xnox vlllo Tcnn IE visiting his grandpa thin weekMr Stove Chestnut is boiler maker at tho L N round house Mrs Wilson la slckU H Nackalson has just put a now hotel back of Steels store Rales 510 per daybiro A A Smith has Just put up n new mHllncy store on Main street Went tho R R Y M C A Mr Bent Lackhart and Mr Elbert Carroll are fencing this wcokZir Gill DIzney entertained n large crowd Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY TIHCKHT Vincent March 27 Farmers are taking advantage of the tine weather sowing rats and preparing for corn crops Quite a largo crowd from in and around Vincent attended Circuit Court at Boonevlllc Monday Mr Harvey Marcum Is now in his new dwelling Henry Stamper and wife are making their home with Patrick MaysoS P Caudcli of Travelers Rest was over at Boonovllle Monday on legal business Burgoyne Botnrr and wife visited Mrs Bathers grand father Dr Wilson Glass of Boone vllle Saturday and Sunday last Vincent Mar ZSj John Warren of this place was klllid by J H Price also of this place Tuesday March 21 while being taken to Boonevillo on a peace warrant While on the way Warrsn turned his hor and started to run constable Price commanded him to hall Cn his revisal to do so To Answer Daily Inquiries About metal roofing let me answer the readers of The Citizen in general- I tried many different kinds and styles of ready made roofing made by many different firms but i can only and will only recommend and guarantee 1 My Own Make I buy the best Charcoal Bloom Galvanized Steel Every sheet is patent leveled and warranted to be of finest working quality manufacture my own roofing My Standing Seam roofing with solid cross locks is the only roofing on the market in this part of our state that will give perfect sat isfaction manufacture any length from 520 feet ready to be put on your building if you prefer to do your own work Vill be in my shop on Golden Place every Saturday to make your roofing to order Stop and see me make the best roofing money can buy Instructions how to lay my roofing and the latest improved tools loaned with every purchase HENRY LENGFELLNER Manufacturer of High Grade Metal Roofing Golden Place = Berea Ky It rIce drew hla pistol and shot him trio ball taking effect lu tho back pear tiio back hone anti sinning ova about the center or the breast Warren died In about ono hour from trio time ho was shot Price delivered himself tp to Squirt Porter and was taken to Iloohcvlllo to jail to await tho decision of tho grand Jury- IRI1 Lovl Mar 30 Karroers are very busy sowing oatsMr V S Hamil ton who Is working for tho Freeman Portrait Co Is visiting home folks this weekfir Chester Prltclmrd 1d Miss Eva Combs wcro tho guests of Allen Evans Sunday evening Mlsa Edna Pcmllcton was the guest of Miss Vlvlo Hcrcndon Saturday night and Sunday Mr and biro Walker Jameson visited Mrs Jamesons grandparents Mr and Mrs Hamp Ion Flantry Saturday night and Sun day Mr Nannlo Combs and daugh ter MU4 Elslo visile Mrs LlniU Hamilton Sunday evening Mr Jed Pryse It Is paid shot and killed Mr John Worn last Tuesday Wo a era sorry to hear of the accident Mr Dllllo Pcndlcton visited Mr and Mrs John Treadwny Sunday- TllAVrILrUS uliT Travelers Ilcst Mar 2 This Is court week a Uooncvlllo and those who are not too busy with their tarot work are attending Everybody hero Is In sympathy with Mrs W P Mln tcr A child was born dear Mon day and Mrs Mlnter Is dangerously lllJcddlo Price a justice of the peace shot mid kllllcd John Warnm Tuesday March 21 Warren had failed to fill a bond and Price was taking him to jail when Warren re fused to go and started running tiff Price fired ono shot that hit him In the back Ho lived only a few min utEsW II Venable and Alex Splvey attended court Monday Michael Flancry Is moving back o ENGLANDSAYS NO ALUM i IN FOOD and strictly prohibits the sale ofalum baking powder So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum tits and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injuriousTo protect ourself agajnstajum when ordering baking powder Sayplainly I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal eomcness of the food 1 his farm near Travelers Rest WeI all are rondo happy to know of ins comlnir J G Rowlett attended court Monday and secured thirteen sub scribers for The CltlMn Joseph Bcgely has returned home from hla travels In tho western states IConUnu OB firth lane IPOWDER GrapdCream Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSONDENTIST Ky BARGAINSF- OR OUR OLD SUBSCRIBERS OUR BEST BARGAIN IS THE CITIZEN A paper that gins you more than the north of your money and in growing letter nil the time You know what a good paper you hare risen getting You can gut others us cheap but either they ore not as good or they are not made for the mountain or they do rat give as much June look at a fen of the things a e are giving you now NEWS all the Hens of the world of this country and of the state that in north reading All the news of the mottuUiim that we eau get nod more than any other paper gives All the neon of dozens of mountain towns where roruiIIOIIIInlll wrile to tin crery little whiln CATTLEAll the latent cattle prices also the prices on lien mid taubark and spoken He FARM good column and sometimes more of hlutn that sill help in the work on the farm HOME HINTS Good hinln on by au eipcrt running article on how to teach to make your school ono of the lent in trio stale by oUt of the heal ieMchorn in the state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONA full column scarynark STORIES A cur good interesting exciting serial nJory nil the limo nUll often n good hurt Mory n weak TEMPERANCE A column of good rending about temperance AND OTHER THINGS You nil know how many other good thillJ all get in THE Crmct ninny of the IhingH tlmt you cant get in nuy other paper Andall for flOO tho price of lots of poorer papers That is our best bargain Dont miss it Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription is out nut we have other bargains we bare made arrangements no that wo can sell nereral very good things to our subscribers nt low prices To now mibfluribern we give things no they will here chance to learn what a good paper TilE CITIZEN in but after they lore unto read it we cannot afford to givn things with it for it is worth more than tho dollar it costa But we can sell you some other things cheapSo you can get these things by sending just a little moro money with your dollar for tho paper Hero nro some of our offcrn No lThat Citizen Knife Mont of you know It Wo give It away to now siibacrlboni lint old ones can buy it from tix for twenty flvo cento when they renew their paper The knife 76 cento The Citizen 100 Both worth U76 for l No 2Trio Farmers KapU Calculator a thlrt calf book tlmt In worth xcvcrnl dollars to any to data fanner It whntyou want to know nlwut almost anything on the farm It Is R good bonk on llnennen of heroes cattle sheep anil hogs tells you how to know what in tho matter Rlld what tof tlu It gives flguren tells you how to reckon Interest If you Imvo borrowed or loaned monetorhow many of corn there nro in a load that weighs fill much or how to measure corn In n crib or in A pile and how much seed It takes to plant an acre or how mall brick to build n chimney and lots of thingn of that kind Anrllthntplncoxfuryoulokeapaccountof your exnminefinnd enrn fags Hari of what you bought and sold Iud you to If you are n farm er it In lust the thing you wAnt The Calculator 36 cents Tho Citizen flOO Iloth worth f186 for atlo No 3The National Hn4y Packagt Just tho thing your wife has been looking for Needles tend pinn of all kinds Moro than a quarter worth but it initially sells for A quarter Wo sell It with The Citizen for ton cents Bandy Inckago J6 cont Tho 1100 136 tar 110 No 4A book The Mountain lafKmtacky Iy William H lUnoy a mountain roan telling the hlHtory and the present condition of the mounlnlnn an he sees thorn The hook IB worth fl60bnt we will sell It with The Cltlzon for 60 cent The book J5160 Tho Cltlzon flOO Ilotli worth f2EO for arse No 5 Another bookJem Nowtth A tine life of Christ by tho Iter Dr William K lUrton A fine book In beautiful binding with 3RO IlltiHtratlonn An ornament to any home and a good book to read The usual price is 360 but wo sell it for flOO Thobook f2HO The Citizen 1100 Hoth worth S60- lor f200 can one of these with Your Citizen are to get Just write to Tfce CMit lterea Ky Tell tin that you want to renew plainlyThoalso send your check OR YOU CAN GO TO OUR We have a lot of them and they can take stibucrlptlonti and sera your name and money and most of them can give ypu the premium If they havent them we will send thorn to you as noon an wo get your money Ifo premiums are sent till the money Is paid If you want to do that go to ono of throe people IlrrathlU County Andrew Bowman Athel CUy Connty Mri Hiry E Murrij Hurtling Bprlngi Henry Reid Sldell Iitlll Comnlj Talltha Lopdon lUppytop Lora K tine Cedar Orore Irrlnt Sallle II Kindred Lccuit Branch Mr Jai tine Ricer Station Oarmrd Oanty National B nko Lantait r Lanclilt- radJ Catn1fJUlalllliAlcoTTiCrATNfalAnnTlll J M Bailer nradh w Mlu Anna Towel Cloth Hottom J W Jtnei Xrerireen Jolter County Bank McKte N J FREE Richmond HINTSAa hongekerpiiig SCHOOLA You get AGENTS Coyle Foxlown J F Tlncherflriy Hawk UliaMattU Dentc Hugh JB Rgnolde McKee Iiella Angel Mlddlefork Mlu Florence Durban stud Jar MUi Ida King Olln Zjinrttl CIo r Nelnon Tctnpler- M ncllinn Cnnnly Mrs Kta Jenea Drtjfui- Owaltjr CnntrJ 0 Ilowlett Tratellen Eat Depoilt Wink ItoontTlIl- eRvekeattU CIrCnhene Rank Brodhead D C Fnlllni Conway Dan fonder Qanley B F Button feral linen J W peeler wuhem lD9NT WAIT RENEW Now I T c r f1 0 c c