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IIHESIIJENTS OFFICE I3EHEA KY X l J I CO IIHOOroATJ iSTAILIY 1 o iSnSIM 1ode mnrf-nucoooooeooeoeoo k e lll tto Xsetarond o o I Vol IX Fire cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 0 1908 Oae Dollar a year No 41 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Carnegie Gives 5000000 for Edu cationBritish Warship Sunk with Thirty Three MenConvicted Pris oner Kills Detective In Court CARNEGIE GIVES f5000000 Andrew Carnegie has announced that ho will add to tho gift ho made some years ago for a fund to provide pensions for college professors no that It will bo able to care for teas chers at state institutions It Is ox pected that this will cost him about 5000000 more- ENGIdSII WARSHIP SUNK A torpedo boat destroyer of the Brit ish Navy won sunk in practice work oft Portsmouth on Friday and thirty three oft her crow drowned liar com mender mado a mistake in an ord er and she turned directly across tbe path ot a larger Vbscel being cut in IJ two MURDER IN COURTA prisoner convicted of arson in n court at Terre Hftute IDd shot to death tho man who Secured the evidence If that had happened in Kentucky the i a ers of the rest of the world would have been full of remarks about lawlessness ItRAILROAD FINANCES Anoth er step ib Uw tight against tho railroad r has been the completion of a method of keeping accounts which Cougrou provided for and which s expected to show just how the roads aro getting along Already several things have boon madq much clearer and It is hojtd that tho now meth ods will prcvfeut watering took anJ will show Just what the real earn ing ot tho road art BO the people will know what Is right for them t doThu atatlrtical tabulation ehoAs that out of over 15000000000 ft outstanding utctirlllcu 5000000WV Is held by railway corporations leav ink in the hands ot tho public about nsoofOIooo of funded debt and 470000nOOO of stocks RIOTS IN LISBON The disord er in Portugal which subsided a lit tle after tho kllllnc of tho king I i getting worse again and tho authntl U1l are alarmed There were oar oral rlotr In Lisbon last week which f had to be put down by troops and firemen wero killed in them POLICEMAN HELPED BURG LARSA policeman arrested In Philadelphia on Sunday contested lie had helped burglars make robberies In which they cot loot amounting to 15000 I BRITISH PREMIER RESIGNS Sir Henry CampbollBannorman Prime Minister cf England has been forced by IU health to give up his place and hoy been succeeded by Herbert Amiulth There will bo no Important changes in tho government A Z BANQUET The members of Alpha Zeta told aside their routine forensic work last Saturday evening and gave their o Eighth Annual Banquet at the Pariah l House From year to year this n vial evert IB looked forward to ua one of Beretvs most delightful sot clad occasions For tho first tlmo In years the weather conditions wore such as to add to tho enjoyment Thli combined with the spirit cf the hour made tho banquet a notable t and memorable success The audi torium was tastefully decorated with tho crimson and gold colors of tho ro clcty Interspersed WIth branches ot evergreen and strays of awe tsrneli ing blossoms On the walls were many binnqra and pennants bearing their mufiagcfl ot victorious conquests la day goiiti by The lights were turned low and here and there on the tables a candle gleamed The tables seated ono hundred and sixty five pertons At 715 the members of the sod ety with their guests marched from the reeeptlon room to the banquet hall Bnhlnd a bower of foliage from the orchestra came soft music Dr Thomson returned thanks The menu prepurul by Mrs lilt and Miss Speer was a success It consisted of chicken la aspic tomato jelly salad paridwIcliPB fruit punch Ico creaai rake and bonbons At tho closq of the banquet the Alpha eta Orchestw again playol after which pamo the program Sparkling with wt and bubbling with humor hardly expresses In daftc CcmttnueJ fa Third lare t THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People DEMOCRATIC SPLIT Beckham and His Followers Mean to Drive Old Line Men Out of Party Isaacs May Run Against Edwards DEMOCRATS WILL FIGHT Hcckham and hla followers are deter mind to Imitate the dogt delight nests and arc sharpening their ax es for all tholr enemies In tho party This means a scrap between Bv ham and his gang on one hand and McCrocry Wnttcrson Buckncr nut the old line men an the other IU rJl meat for tho Republicans LILLURD MAY LEAVERep II W Lllllord one oft the Democrats who voted for Bradley and has been blUely attacked by his constituents has sold his house in Danville and has now advertised his drug Btoo there for sale It U understood he will niovo away ECHO OF SENATORSIIIIAne- cho of tho Scnatorehlp fight was heard in Frankfort last Monday when JUdo Stout charged thq Grand Jury to look Into tho reports that several members ot he Assembly had sold their votes ISAACS MAY RUNTbero Is a rumor that the Hon John L Isaacs of Jackson County will run for Con iroia an the 11th district Tho Clt Ueu has not been table to confirm this U ho deco It will make tin campaign one of great Interest and IT would be amply able to represent the district Mr Edwards who re irncd Sunday to London denies cvrrnl ot tbo stories being told by enemies and in particular says Unit he not only signed the Powers par don petlton but offered to get signatures among other Congressmen COLORED GRADUATES MEET Adopt Resolutions Urging ThAt Their People Be Given Chance to Help in- NewCellegeEMhuslasticand Hn- rrnonlouMntlng Tlft colortfl public rchool of Bcrca closed Its extended or subscription term last Friday night with a most creditable exhibition There are 88 colored pupils of school ago la the divrlct but the attractiveness of the tcnohers and courses have brought a number In from outside 85 students in all were enrolled in the public school anti 41 Ir tho subscription school These pupils have lied the opportunity of doing corns industrial work under the teachers of Berea College 20 girls having been enroll ed in Sowlnc 17 In Cooking and 2C young men In Carpentry and Sloyd Tho principle address of the occa sion was delivered by Rev Goo W Bell of MIddlcuborougb Ky and there were shorter addresses by Prof Sato of Danville Prof Russell ot Iox Ington und others Those adortjunca were all unusually interesting and tho exorcises of the students re flected great credit upon tho parents and teachers Tho next morning a conference of former colored students of Boica was hold in the Library Prcs Frost explained tho Adjustment Fund which the College Is undertaking to raise In order that It my continue Ita good work for both races Tho funds ot the College having keen partitioned tho Adjustment Fund in to real ro to tho mountain work an amount equal a that which has been whit draws Jar vho benefit of tho colored people and at the came time to odd to tho colored peoples fund enough no that thy cat have a large tract of land with buildings and equlp meet equal or superior to those ol the old Bcrca The dlscueslond wore animated and harmonious and tho prospect of a thoroughly equipped school was heralded with Joy Willie no rosulutlon on the subject was passed it was the unanimous lnlon of tboso present that even should the Day Law beset IUIldK by the Supreme Court it would be the best for Bcrea tQO forward with the establishment ot this great colored school The grad uates present Included omo of tho best representative members of the Bcrca aiunmlr The following was un anlmoucly adopted 1 We hereby affirm out faith in President Fast and tho Board of Trustees of Berea College In the crl sis that faceo the Institution at this time II Wa record OU sense of deep erntltude to Mr Carnegie for hla splendid pledge of 300000 for the Adjustment Fund of DerN College to enable It to contjnuu Its good work under new conSltloiig and topr idflnt Frost for i1g indefatigable ef pW j WATCH THE NOMIKATIONS Primaries and conventions will soon be held to choose candidates to be elected next fall nUll delegates to the big conventions There is no fight between parties going on and none of the spread eagle orato ry that marks the fall and many men fail to take the part they should in these preliminary doings But the conventions and primaries are really tho times when the best work for good government and honesty tu public life can bo done and every citizen who wants to see honest officials fair cleat administration of the government and the courts and wants to work for tho improvement of the state should give his time now Your vote at the primaries or the convention is worth three or four times as much as it will be worth in the fall Then there are only two men to choose between and if there are dirty politicians in your district both will probably be bad men and your choice is bound to be bad Probably you will vote for your party nominee whether he is good or not on tho ground that his better the party should win even if some of its then are not good But now Is your chance to have good nominees There will not be io many men vote at the prima ries nor so many nl tho conventions ahd your vote will count for one more Also there are good and bad men in any party and this is your chance to vote to havo a good man made the candidate of yours After tho primary it will be too InteThe primary is the bad politi cinns weak spot If you can ever beat there and it has been proved over mid over again that when a state gets good primary lava tho bad politicians lost power Politicians try to control the primaries and mass conventions by menus of tricks and they try too to get men nominated that the vot ers know little about mid may not agree with J3o suro to find out what the candidate stands for before you vote for his nomination and dont let tho politicians get the power away from you by a vote or any of tho other tricks that everybody knows but for gets to wntch for And get together The bad politicians Democrats and Republi cans alike get together and can beat any two or three men but if several good men unite they can win out sooner or later Talk it over among yourselves and know what is expected of you when the time to act comes Particularly see that your delegate to the district con ventions will vote not only for the right man for Congress but the right man for President And make him promise before the convention just which way ho will vote And very particularly tcafci the nominations of precinct chair men and committeemtn The party gives a lot or power to those men and thorn is nothing more important to your party in your district than who is chairman If he is honest you will have honest nomiua lions and probably honest elections If he is dishonest he will cheat you ns well itS the other party If he is working for the party ho will help it more than nny one else can and if he is working for himself he will hurt it more than any oueou theother side This is the time when you can do the most for tho success of your party next fall If you do not pas attention to tho primaries and uiasncouventions you do not mako a hand fight for the good nominees and good delegates you will not bo doing your duty by the par ty or the state no matter how tnuclTyou work next fall nor how much you give to tho campaign fund Aoio w the time for tho good citizens to pet together and see that the voters havo a chance to vote for a good man on their ticket next fall forts In securing this and similar gifts In this as in hit entire couwo In relation to the separation of the races in Bcrea he has been earnest consistent devoted ant loyal to the principles of our beloved Institution III We plane ourselves on record as in hearty sympathy with the plans of tho President and Trustees look log to tho organization somewhere In the State ot Kentucky ot a Ne gro School Normal Academic and Industrial In character and looking forward to tho establishment oL n College Department at the proper time and hereby pledge ourselves to coopcrato In every way possible in furthurlnjj this cad IV Wo recommend that the Trus tees committee on Colored School formulate a plan by which the col ored people ot tho state shall be given an opportunity to subscribe to the uncle needed We believe that with prorcr methods and sufficient energy at leant GOW000 could be raised among our people V Wo hereby reaffirm our loy alty to the prlrclples upon which De reaor tho put wan founded awl confidently looking forward to tho tlmo whoa thtre sera prevail in our beloved country and thruout tin world We do not in our approval of tho colored depnrtmtnt in any degree renounce these principles but ye bellevb that In this new field cl labor wa shall best subservo them and thus hltt n tho day of their realization Tho colored people present at the conference all of whom approved lit resolutions were Joshua Crenshaw teacher of the colored school at Be reft and Mrs Patti Turner Crenshnw his assistant Principal J W Hughes of the Cynthlana Colored Schools Dr Henry Clay of Georgetown lira Barbara Robinson Courtney of Lax Ington Principal W Hi Humphrey of the May vUio Colored Schools J 0 Whittaker of the Richmond Col bred Schools A It Cobb of Rich mond Henry W Bond of William burg Principal Green P Russell ol the Lexington Colored Schools Prig cipal J D M Russell of the Richmond Colored Schools Dixon M Flack oi Klrksvllle Dr A B Dean of Win chester Mr N W Magpwan an ed ItClrorft Sterling the Rev Dr James Bona of Nashville the Rey George W Bell of Mlddletboro Prof John W Dates of Danville Mr Jas A White of Richmond and Ttfiv and Meg D D PUMO of Richmond r POLITICAL NOTES Taft Still Bagging DelegatesIs Working Hard on His Campalgn Populists Nominate Watson FIIII buster in Congress TAFT WAY AHEAD A letter re ceived at Frankfort from tho Taft headquarters nt Columbus Ohio states that so far 2G4 delegates have been selected to tho Chicago con venIon and 111 ot theca are Instruct ed for Tart 42 Instructed for other candidates and 28 uninstructed Since tho letter was written Mr Taft has taken all tho Minnesota delegates and in Massachusetts whero it was expected he would get hardly anything he has won 20 of tho 12 delegates RUNNING HARD Secretary Taft Is having a hard run for it and has been making speeches at top speed This wlU probably keep up for the next few weeks till all tho delegates aro elected Last Saturday and Sunday he was In Chicago Ho will como to Loulf vlllo Friday and there will be all kinds ot functions In nls honor POPULISTS NAME WATSON The Populists Convention in St Louis last Friday nominated Tom Watson ot Georgia for Prealdent and Samuel Williams for VicePresident A fov Bryan men bolted- FILIBUSTER IN CONGRESS John Sharp Williams has made good his threat to do all he can to prevent legislation by Congress until the re form bills he and the President agree about are passed and there has been pretty near a fight there for the fast week He has worked all the tricks that the rules of the louse allow and las almost prevented the doing ot any kind ot work A truce was arranged under which the sew Employers Liability bill went thru but that ISiIISevere rules to prevent the Democrats taking up tlmo with too much talk havo been passed but nothing has come of It fgr they still find ways for delaying things The end of theifl ht is not In sight yet HUGHES FOR SECONH PLACE There laa strong movement among politicians now to nominate Hughes for vlce president Its evidently an attempt to shelve him in the same way that Rooeevelt WRB given that office to get him out of the way this goes tpehow that the men who are supporting him are only trylnr tu get him out of New York polities where In jha been doing good t1 IN ciR OWN STATE Floods Do Heavy Damage Frotts Seems to Have Hurt NothingTo bacco Lawbreakers Being Indicted G O Barnes dead DIG FLOODS IN STATE The heavy rains of last week caused floods In all parts of the state The Ken tucky river was the highest in ten years in some places the Ohio was on a rampage again for the third time in six weeks and bottom farms every where were under water It was a great tlmo for logging and taking out the rafts but considerable damage was doneNO FROST DAMAGE Reports to the U t Weather Bureau at Louis ville from all parU ot the state say that the frosts of last week did little or no damage In some sections peaches were touched but no trees lost all their blossoms and there is still every prospect ot c tine crop AFTER RAIDERS The campaign against night riders has been going ot full tilt this week and there have been a good manj indictments returned The most Important Is That against Dr Will Champion ot Lynn County alleged to be tho leader in three counties He has surrendered and given ball Many of tho men supposed to bo lesser leaders havo also been arrested There have been a good many threatening letters cent to the judges and juries but they seem to havo had no effect for the better class are being aroused ant supporting tie law There have bean fewer outrages this week too but tha may not provo anything The Law and Order League has petition ed the Governor for an extra session and It is expected that one will be called to deal with this subject and a County Unit Dill The business ot making it dangerous for tho riders la golpg on Madison farmers seem to be planting more than usual and rro said to be organized and armed and over in Boyle tho planters have put charges of dynamite In the road and expect to explode them when tho riders come along GEO 0 BARNES DEAD The Rev George 0 DarneD the famous moun tain evangcllrt who has for years been one of tho best known and most loved men in this part of tho state died last Friday In Florida whero he had gone for his health JUDGE CANTRILL DEAD Judge Cantrlll who won famo as presiding Judge In the Goebel CASes died at his Georgetown homo on Sunday BURNS 42 HORSES A man sup posed to be a discharged of James B Haggln set fire to the bis barn at Elmendorf Mr Hoggins famous stock farm near Lexington DUSTER HS QEDy 8 ala as M g Tfc CrtlMft howler Rapo idly Let Yeur Business I Keep Pate With it iy Arfver 5 tlshtr o Ioeoee tn APRIL crooked employe MONEY TALKS t How the Man that Plans to dose May Become Rich I To attain success in any walk orIlite a man must have a plan must bo a man with ctrength flcharacter able to stick to his In the face of difficulties fend dis couragements lie mutt decide uponI thisEspecially IP this true In money matters for In financial affairs fre quent changes can end only In ruin The man who makes up his mind to do something and then does It Is the man who succeeds What course have you decided up on with regard to your money mat tors What Is your financial aim Are you getting poorer or are you getting ahead If you find It hard to cave or It you are not getting ahead as fast us you would like let ug help you thru a our eavlngs department o- We receive deposits of any slzo from one dollar up Small deposits are welcome and there la no red tape You can deposit as often as you desire and you can draw out tho money at any time without any previous notice or other formality Wo pay four per cent Interest on savings accounts Berea Bank I Trust Co last Thursday night and burned l1r the barn and fortytwo head ofthorses Including twentyone valuablo brood mares This shows how the example set by the night riders is beginning to work I FELTNER FREED Felix Feltner who was sentenced to two years Iti prison for contempt In the Marcum case was pardoned by LleutGov CoxPOWERS 1 CASE UPGov Wlllson will hear arguments today on the question ot pardoning Caleb Powers It Is not expected that he will an noun o his decision for several days BOYS TEETH BLEED The Lex ington Leader tells the strangest story of Grover Williams a boy said to live near Dig Hill who was taken to Lexington to see If doctors there could not stop his teeth bleeding They dropped blood and a good deal of It There Is no pain but it was fearec the boy would bleed to death No one could help him and he was taken homo the paper said You havo got to be either withtChrbt or against Him There is a fence between salvation and condem nation Its a barbed wire fence and you cant sit on It or stand on It You havo got to be on one side or tho otherM H Lyon RtS a LVED 1 THAT Wf NEVER SLEEPi7InTIS YW CAfST CATCH UgYAPPVG You HE MCHT CLOTH Eg WD- Bjn CLOTH ETS YOU CANT WEAR I THEM ALLTttrr TIME WE CAN FITYou OUT IN 7WE NICEST 1 RAIMENT TOR LESS THAN OTHERS CM WHO DONT KNOW THEIR BUSV tHfVE MADE A STUDY Of TNDWE ARE t1LWp1YS bni Co1YacNlioa sv rssllVrrtRBibWN 3HlclcoiIIlWo MJMalo Y 1 WATCHING THE MARKET WITH BoTH EYES ALL OF THE TIME TOR YEARS HAS MADE R JS ABLE TO GET THE RIGHT STUFF FOR THiS COMMUNITY GooDS HAVE NOT BEEN A SoLD To US WE HAVE BoUGHT THEM WE a OWN THEM CHEAP WE SELL THEM REA- soNABLE WE ARE ONE FIRM THAT MAKESnA PROFIT ON OUR GOODS DONT YoU n WANT To DEAL WITH A STORE THAT MAKES A pRorIT AND IS WIDE AWAKE COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Gat Mir i + BOIII14MPTOof YIANI4lLPA ISIlllurltJf AlffAJrIfflIRIII5l1lf f8flf142Y61udW- H TfCll11l srl JJ1 fY A7NrMgAcHtrl1iit del v SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In f ntry from Fort Bethuno by Indians In a narrow gorge Among them Is a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Glllls the post trader and his daughter Gllll and a majority ot the soldlon are killed durIng a threo days etege- CHAPTER IL Old Glllls Girl Guided by the unerring instinct of an old Indian fighter Glllls daring that first mad retreat hail discovered temporary shelter behind ono of the largest bowlders It was a trifle In advance of those later rolled into post tlon by the soldiers but was of a sIze and shape which should have afforded amplo protection for two and doubt less would havo done so had It not bourn for the firing from the cliff opposite Even then It was a deflected bullet glancing from off tho polished surface ot the rock which found lodg snout In the sturdy old fighters brain The girl had caught him as ho fell hadI wasted all her treasured store of wa ter In a vain effort to cloanso the blood from his features and now sat there pillowing his head upon her knee although the old man was stono dead With the first touch of the ball That had occurred fully an hour before but sho continued in the same posture a grave pathetic figure her face sobered and careworn beyond her years her eyes dry and staring one brown hand raSping unconsciously the old mans Useless rifle She would scarcely have been esteemed attractive even under tnuch happier circumstances and as pisted by dress yet there was something in the independent poise of her head the steady fixedness of her posture which served to Interest Hamp ton as he now watched her curiously Fighting blood ho muttered ad tnlrlngly to himself Might tall to Uevelop into very much ofa society bell but likely to prove valuable out here Sho was rather a slender slip of a thing a trifle too tall for her years perhaps yet with no lack ot develop meat apparent In the slim rounded figure Her coarse homemade dress of dark calico fitted her sadly while her rumpled Hair from which tho broadbrimmed hat bad fallen possessed a reddish copper tinge where it was touched by tho sun Mr Hamp tons survey did not increase his de- sIre for more Intimate acquaintanceship yet he recognized anew her un doubted claim upon him Suppose I might Just as well dropout that way as any other he reflect ed thoufhtfully Its wit in the game Lying flat upon his stomach both arms extended he slowly forced him- Selfr beyond his bowlder Into the open There was no great distance to be traversed and a considerable portion of the way was somewhat protected by low tnishe Hampton took few chances of those spying eyes above never uplifting his head tho smallest r a fraction of an Inch but reaching for ward with blindly groping hands caught hold upon any projecting rpo e or stone which enabled him to drag his body an Inch farther Twice they 4f1reddlrectly down at him from the c opposite summit and once a fleck of sharp rock chipped by a glancing bul s Jet embedded Itself in his cheek dye s Jng thowhole side of his taco crimson Hut not once did he pause or glance raside nor did the girl look up from face of her dead As hi h crept silently In sheltering himself a next to the body of tho dead man she perceived his presence for the first time and shrank back as if In dread = i What are you doing hywhy a did you come heref she questioned a falter in her voice and ho noticed thatr- y x her eyes were dark and large yielding rR n marked impress of beauty to her j c faceI ti was unwilling to leave you here alone he answered quietly and hope to discover some means for getting 1e7on safely back beside tho others U But I didnt want you and there was a look of positive dislike In her a widely opened eyes- Didntwanttmo He echoed these unexpected words in a tone ot com- pletei surprise Surely you could not to be left here alone Why illdnt you wart met Because I know who you arel Her voice seemed to catch In her throat Ho trJd me Youre the man who 5 eds ahot Jim Eberly protjperson easily disconcerted yet he l fji rSuBhetr t the sound of these Imp 1 i Llre words and the confident smile de ji tC s Jertedl1ls lips For a moment they t + ti isat thus the dead body tying between and looked at each other When the r man finally broke the constrained si lonco a deeper intonation had crept voicej said gravely aad not without a suspicion of pleading this 1 i J ia no place for me to attempt any do fease of a shooting affray la a gambling r house although I might plead with r rsome justice that gberly enjoyed the z insect of sfiootla i1t1 was let V a L aware of your personal feeling In the matter or L might have permitted some one else to como hero In my stead Now It Is too late I have never spoken to you before and do so at this time merely from a sincere desire to bo of some assistance There was that in his manner of grave courtesy which served to steady tho girl Probably never before In all her rough frontier experience had she been addressed thus formally Tier closely compressed lips twitched nervously but her questioning eyes re manned unlowcred You Way stay she assorted so berly Only dont touch mo- No one could ever realize how much those words hurt him Not until ho had completely conquered his first un wise Impulse to retort angrily did ho venture again to speak I hope to aid you In getting back beside the others where you will be exposedWill take him T- He Is dead Hampton said soberly and I can do nothing to aid him But there remains a chance for you to escapeThen I wont go she declared positivelyHamptons gray eyes looked for a long moment fixedly Into her darker ones while the two took mental stock of each other Ho realized the utter futility of any further argument while sho felt instinctively the cool domi nating strength of the man Neither was composed of that poor fiber which bendsVery well my young lady ho said easily stretching himself out more comfortably In the rock shadow Then I will remain hero with you It makes small odds- ExcepUng for one hasty puzzled llcant glance she did not deign to look again toward and the man rested mo tionless upon his back staring up at the sky Finally curiosity overmas tered the actor in him and he turned partIally uPon one side so as to bring her tOewiiilln his range of vision Her dark glowing eyes were lowered upon the white face of the dead man yet Hampton noted how clear la spite of suntan were those tlntaot health upon the rounded cheek iu dhow soft and glossy shone her wealth of rum pled hair Even the tinge of color so distasteful in the full glare of the sun appeared to have darkened under tho shadow Its shade framing tho downcast face Into a pensive fairness Then ho observed how dry and her lips were Take drink of this ho heartily holding out toward her as he tljpkc his partially filled canteen She started at the unexpected sound of his ye uplifted the welcome water to her mouth while Hampton observing It all closely could but remark the delicate shapeliness of her hand If that old fellow was her father be reflected isoberly I should like to tire seen her mother Thank you she said simply hand lag bark the canteen but wltktm Vft n 1 lag her oycj again TO illS face I na so thirsty Her low tone endeavor ing to be polito enough contained no note of encouragement Was Olllls your father the man questioned determined to make her recognize his presence I suppose so I dont know You dont know Am Ito understand you are actually uncertain whether this iron was your father or notT That la about what i said wasnt ItT Not that It Is any of your bust nose so far as I know Mr Bob Hamp ton but I answered you all right He brought mo up and I called hint dad about as far back as I can remember but I dont reckon as ho over told me ho was my father So you can ender stand just what you please His namo was OIIHs wasnt itt The girl nodded wearily Posttrader at Fort Bcthune Again tho rumpled head silently ac quiescedWhat is your name He always called mo kid she admitted unwillingly hut reckon If you have any further occasion for ad dressing mo youd better say Miss Glllls1 Heaven preserve mol ho ex claimed good naturedly but you aro certainly laying It on thick young lady However I believe wo might become good friends If we ever have sufficient luck to get out from this hole alive Darn If I dont sort of cot ton to you little girl youve got some sandFor a brief space her truthful angry eyes rested scornfully upon his face her lips parted as though trembling with a sharp retort Then she delib erately turned her back upon him without utterinG a word For what may have been the first and only occasion In Mr Hamptons audacious career he realized his utter helplessness This mere sUp of a I redheaded girl this little nameless waif of tho frontier condemned him so completely and without waste of words as to leave him weaponless Mr Hampton was a thoroughgoing sport and rib quality was quite so apt to appeal to him as dead gameness Ho glanced surreptitiously aside at her once more but there was no sign of relenting in tho averted face He rested lower against the rock his face upturned toward tho sky and thought It was no spirit of bravado that gave rlso to his reckless speech of an hour previous It was simply a spontaneous outpouring of his neat nature an un premeditated expression ot that su premo carelessness with which he re Help Him But There Remain a Chance for Your Escape him parched a insisted voice I garded the future the small value he set on life He truly felt as utterly in different toward fate as his words signified Deeply conscious of a lifelong ago Irretrievably wrecked everything behind a chaos everything be fore worthless for years he had been actually seeking death a hundred times he had gladly marked its apparent approach a smile of welcome upon his lips Yet it had never quite succeeded in reaching him and noth lag bad been gained beyond a reputa Lion for cool reckless daring which he did not in the least covet But now miracle of all miracles just aa the end seemed actually attained seemed beyond any possibility of be ing turned aside he began to expert ence a desire to livehe wanted to save this girl lilt keenly observant eyes trained by the exigencies of his trade to take noto of small things and rendered eager by this newly wakened ambi tion scanned the cliff towering above them He perceived the extreme Ir regularity of Its front and numerous peculiarities of formation which had escaped hint hitherto Suddenly His puzzled face brightened tothebtrtli lit an Ida Byheavensllt might be doau Surely it might be done lack by took be traced th okteure JUiNs- e c Re M seeking to Impress east uta lupon hl8incraory that narrow ledge within easy reach of an unstretchei arm tho sharp outcropping of rock edges here and there the deep gas as though somo giant ax had cleaved the atone thoso sturdy cedars growing straight out over the chasm liko the bowsprits of ships while all along the way Irregular and raggio varied rifts not entirely unlike the steps of a craw staircase The very conception of such an Qo plolt caused his flesh to creep But he was not ot that class of men who fall- back dazed before the face of danger Again and again led by an impulse he was unablo to resist ho studied that precipitous rock every nerve tingling to tho newborn hope God helping them oven so desperate a deed might bo accomplishes althocgl H would test the toot and nerve of a Swiss mountaineer lIe glanced again uneasily toward his companion am saw the same motionless figure the same somber face turned deliberately away Hampton did not smile but his squaro Jaw set and ho clinched his hands Ho had no fear that sbo might fall him but for tho first tlmo in all his life he questioned his own courage CHAPTER III Between Life and Death The remainder of that day as well as much of tho gloomy night follow Ing composed a silent lingering hoi ror The fierce pangs of hunger no longer gnawed but a dull apathy now held tho helpless defenders Ono ot the wounded died a more lad sobbing pitifully for his mother an Infantry man peering forth from his covert had been shot In the face and his scream echoed among the rocks In multiplied accents of agony while Wyman lay tossing and moaning nici clfully unconscious Tho others rested In their places scarcely venturing to stir a limb their roving wolfish eyes tho only visible evidence of remaining life every hope vanished yet each man clinging to his assigned post of duty In desperation There was but little firingtho defenders nursIng their slender stock the savages bl ding their time When night shut down the latter became bolder and taunted cruelly those destined to become so soon their hapless victims Twice the maddened men fired recklessly at those dancing devils and one pItched forward emitting a howl of pain that caused hIs comrades to cower once again behind their covers One and all these frontiersmen recognized the Inevitable boforo dawn tho end must come No useless words were spoken the men merely clinched their teeth and waited Hampton crept closer In beside the girl while the shadows deepened and ventured to touch her hand Porbapi the sevoro strain of their situation the Intense loneliness ot that Indian haunted twilight had somewhat soft ened her resentment for she mado no effort now to repulse him Kid he said at last are you game for a try at getting out of thllT Sho appeared to hesitate over her answer and bo could feel her tumultu ous breathing Some portion of hei aversion had vanished Como Kid ho ventured finall yet with new assurance vibrating II his low voice this Is surely a poor time and place for any Indulgence in tantrums and youve got more sense Im going to try to climb up tho fact of that cliff yonder Its tho only possible way out from honennd I pro poso to take you along with me She snatched her hand roughlY away yet remained facing him Who gave you any right to decide what J should don Tho man clasped bis fingers tightly about her slender arm advancing hii face until ho could look squarely into hers Sho read in the lines of that determined countenance a Inflexible re solvo which overmastered her The right given by Almighty Got to protect any ono of your sex la peril ho replied Before dawn those savage fiends will be upon us We are utterly helpless There remains only ono possible path for escape and I be love I have discovered itlow my girl you either climb those rocks with me or I shall kill you where you are It is that or the Sioux torture I have two shots left iu this gunone for routhlY other for myself The time has come for deciding which of these alternatives you prefer- If I select your bullet rather that the rocks what theory You will get It but In that case yea will die like a tooL You have believed me to be one all this afternoon t Possibly he admitted your worth and actions certainly Justified sora such conclusion but the opportunity has arrived for causing me to revise that suspicion I dont care to have you revise it Never Once Did she Man Loosen Hli Grasping Grip iff His Companion Mr Bob Hampton If I go I shall hate you Just the same Hamptons teeth clicked like those of an angry dog Hate and b damned he exclaimed roughly Al- I care about nqw U to drag you out a h aliveWell you put It that wayabcs- aid Ill go Come on then he whispered his fingers grasping her sleeve fro BE CONTINUED Norwegian Leper Asylums There are in Norway no fewer than 20 iopcr asylums but each contains only t- ated situenin country places and the styli of living followed in them is qsjllai to that of an ordinary family In mod Orate circumstances No Monopoly In vanity There is Just as much man vault la the world as there is woman vanity t slyfthaat Iwo ss weirutrertMeie 1 a 1 A SLAT GATE It Will Prove Serviceable for the earn Doorway Y1iero the hor8 j stable opens Into tho buggy room and It in necessary tq keep the door open for ventilation I nut that a small sate constructed of light material Is nu excellent protec tion against horses getting loose and Injuring tho buggies The cut herewith shows a light gate we have In use in our horso barn It is very simple In construction but servos tSlat Stable Door a very Important purpose Were It not for this light sale wo would find It necessary to keep tho door closed be tween tho horse stable and buggy room thus shutting off ventilation The Kate is hinged onto the rolling door with light strap hinges explains A writer in Prairie Farmer so that when the gate Is not In use it swings around and fattens to tho large door out of the way For material In making tho gate wo use inch strips of good pine for the horizontal pieces Tho upright pieces are light strips gotten out for fence pickets 1 find A light gate of this character a good thing to keep poultry out of the barn during the summer months KEEP STOCK IN CONDITION NoTlme of Year When They Should Be Let Run Down When T RIght nowtoday and to morrow and all the time till It como time to let the cattle out to pasture Sometimes we may get a little care loss about this So many men say What hurt docs it do to let the cows- go with scant rations for a few weeks In winter Byandby they will go out to pasture and then they can gain up again It will not cost so much to get thorn In good flesh then M It would now and teed costs so In wIn- ter I Of course toed costs That is a foregone conclusion If we keep stock however ought we not to bo prepared to do the fair thing by It There nro some of tho best reasons why from our own standpoint we should do this Ono of these Is that If we turn the cattle out In spring poor and weak It will take so long to get them up In good shape to do their best that wo shall lose mow than wo shall gala by scrimping now We ate learning that Cattle lire sure to take the feed we give them If they are lean and in pone rig and lay It on their backs first of all then after they are in good condition they will Apply the surplus to tho mlik pail It In always tho surplus that we got And there will be BO surplus It wo keep our cows just on tho verge of hunger Tho Farmers Voice well rays that It Is the cow which has been kept well that puts the money In our pockets Cows poorly treated are pur farm charges to be maintained at the cost of what the best cows do There should be no such charges every cow should bo a producer LABOR OF THE HORSE How It Can Be Made to Make Up far Lack of Hired Help Some one has figured out that It costs on the average only oncrhalf as much to feed a horse aa It does totel1- a man and that the horso will do times the amount of work that it 1 possible for the man to do If this estimate Is correct then a dollar s worth of food given the horse will produce 20 tutee as much results an the same amount of money will if expended In feed fer a man Therefore wtei man domesticated the rHheimroensaly Increased Ms own power of farmworkways be enough horses to dolt nutsber work undone In the event of hired help being searcalt is sometimes s possiblyto offset this lack1 by increas ing the number of horeefl kept In some parts of the west and northwest declares the Farmers Review the scarcity of help has resulted in more horses being used live are hitched to a doubt plow and one driver Is thus enabled to turn two furrows at a time and practically double the work theresulthorseflesh Dont worry over the kind of dip to use but be sure to use some kind Talking about Itwoatkill anyetf the ticks G n c r F HEAVES GAUEUIOT t1AT ii r t a Veterinarian Cautions glnltlToo Heavy Feeding A noted veterinarian of Canada says that ono full feed per dayot 0 nay U enough for a horso that be cause tho work horses are busy In crop tlmo they only get ono full fend of bay every 24 hours but In tho win ter nro frequently allowed to stand and eat all day Ho says that a horse to bo In perfect health should have tho stomach emptied qf tho Jrovlous moo for two or thrco hours before ho Is given another tt such Is not the case digestion will not tako place In a perfect manner and dl8Qlule Is likely to result Thero Is a remarkable sym pathy between the stomach snit the lungs because of the tact that tho sumo itcrvo trunk supplies nerve force to both organs When the stomachs deranged from Improper feeding tho lungs are liable to become syrapa fhelically affected and heaves often I result CAro should also bo taken that F a horso should bo fed no dusty or a musty hay This dust Is as light IK sir and the horso In breathing draws It right Into tho lung tissue with every L breath sad this unbalance being an Irritant U very prone to develop the heaves If no better hay can be ob nine I tho duijt should be laid by sprinkling with water when tho hors will not breathe Itbul will be swat lowed with his feed ant probably I him no harm but when at all doIonly bright clean hay free from t J 1erclle1 such an extent that tho lungs have no r rpertornltion of tho lungs predisposes to hesVea e In many cases if farmers would teed onethird less hay to Idle horses In tho K v winter months they would come out la tho spring In hotter condition se SHIPPING CRATEtir t- It Will j vCalvesTho size of the crate will depend Yitanon the size of the rail tn be shinned For an ordinary six or eight e months calf tho tcrate should M 1 3y feet high ami tJtjtlonstanchion strips c1iIn the tront end which are made re movable so as to bo adjusted to thu sire of the calfs neck Tho top of the crate is open and the quickest way Is to lift the calf Into the crate through thu tops If desired suggests harem and lame a small teed box can be at tacked to the bottom of the front end of this crate y GOOD FOR LOUSY HOGS J Post Saturated with 011 Against Which They Can Rub I Set a post four feet long four Inches In diameter two feet deep in the Uogrmtnd iVtlnch hula 16 JlarJdeep In post S J Keep this h filled with oil nnd says cutI1 Missouri v J Farmer tbo byrubblnsr I t1thoAb Skim milk Is Rood for lambs The farmers aro not yd fully awake to pFeedingketlng at a ICHII an uapreftabie proposition t ct The young pig needs bone and mus cle after It is bornlt The time will come when farm wade butter will sell for rid good a r l price asaaT ether kind otbuiter 4waysstrong tendency In that direction 1 Do not turn stock Into the meadows J trampings IiTry This Plan Rather than feed all corn to stock on which you want to produce growths you had better sell corn and buy wheat bran middlingsoll meal or any other feed high in protein that can ba 3withmon practice among some farmers to finish their hogs for the market OB an exclusive corn ration I very much doubt the wisdom tthllmthooId- o a not believe there is a period In a hogs life when a variety of feed will not be productive of better results than an exclusive corn ratios Dont Feed Corn Alone Tots have shown that the largestigain from feeding cornmeal less than onehalf pound per head per day on wellbred swine Something la needed beside corn although this ispvery essential isStudyyou more than lots of books Ream E daryaadiSock papers sled Wcka to a AwIDt o r rt J i J TCANT FLOWERS Od Fl wrtt Funeral VdeUc rtui 1 A I r 1i v 12 KY h+ i 0o e o o N CITT rilOXK IBS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 0 DIllNK WAINSCOTTS POP Will Haley was In town this week Miss Margaret iVallaco is still very sick Mr Floyd Kldd U having hla house adorned wllli a now metal root t Mrs E M Spenco was shopping In loot Saturday Mr Pal Lewis was very 111 the first of the week U S Wyatt has about three dozen thorobred leghorn hens for tale j Will Duncan who has boon laying i In Oklahoma nnd other states the Wool lq homo again Mr and Mrs Doll left last week for A months visit In Clay county with I friend and relatives MM Greco Baker who was 111 a fllv- i days last wtek It able to Iw out again i Ulchnrd PlEU le clerking for C C Uhodufl In hit now furnlturo store In Manson Hall and Mru Kvcrltt Todd of Speed 1 Wore visiting In town Tuesday Mr Vlaro and daughter Uoulnh of Scaffold Cane were the guests of J K Dalton and wife Saturday and Sunday W II Porter went Monday tc Cleveland Ho Is expected hack I Thursday night t Mrs ArclhUBU Logsdon aged 77 4 died Sunday and was burled Monday in tbo old Hamilton burying ground I She and Mr Logsdon ban been mar tied nearly 55 years Dr Thomson conducted the funeral 1 Mm Joe Evan returned Frldxy from Conway where she had boon t called by the Illness of her mother The latter has nltnoit re covered On LeVant Dodgo of the O A IU returned won from a three weens trip among the posts of the state 110 has made several oC those trips nnd each has been marked by a strengthening of tho poctu vtiltod Joe Evans was In Mt Vernon Monday as o wltoaw I Mr Pawlny has bought a lot of Kldd ami Robinson and will build on W n Logsdon thus contorting n favor on the town Dont forget tho ball game with on tho Campus Fbld jjomlay U S Wyatto son Ulysses III thrcatcntd with ftlrv Wyatt himself whllo from Ills recent lllnccn was attacked liy x plourloy rag li only now getting 1 about c 1 Willie Short Tflll leave for Now Mexico whore ho hopes to regain his health on Saturday Plans Jar gcttlug him a piano there have ul ready been made called beyond Paint Lick laCweek by two cases of mon- t Inglfla there Neither was of the ep I idemic variety Charles Beesleya boy got the disease following pneu c monia and died with IL A sQn of I John Becaley whoso case dovclpsd out of oar trouble may recover Mrs A P Sottlo vfho baa bean- S visiting her daughter lu returned Sunday bringing with tor G her two grandchildren Dabney end Nancy Trultt Theodore who visited his parents hero lost weeii returned t r R U 0 s RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IliOH Mo lea PlantPHONE ALBERT The Porter Drug Co tXCQirOHTID PHONE BEREA HOhO oooooooueooloofaoooolioooeolotioo Vicinityo SOURCESo Ib oloWNeNoleeleloloeDR DENTIST lllchtnonil 1In tIr completely Department Commander Wednesday tornIGeorgetown pneumonia recovering DrCuwlerwa Lexington GPasco eoooeeoooooloeuto Friday Owing to the poor health of Mr L L Slmdoln ho nnd his slaw Vise Douna left last Wednesday for their home at Tatevlllc Pulaski coun ty Mr Shadoln will return In n few daysMrs May Hudson and son D M Hudson who have been visiting since last Odtober at Pond Creek Okla returned lost week to llerca- Dr U A Davis who was In Rich mend for tho April court which In years past has been famous forta disorder as well as for lie display of fine liorscs reports that ho saw only one drunken man during the day So much for tho results of local option FONORKING WOMEN No one In close touch with tho lives of our American working people can bo rUlsfiud with existing condi tions either Industrial or domestic says Jane Addams In an article of absorbing Interest In the April Wo mans tome Companion Very much of this undesirable stato of affairs Is because womans Industries have so largajy slipped out of tho con trol of woman with her homo butld lug Instincts her love for order and her passon for details The old dlt Iston of labor which do fined mans work as that lying out side the home and womans Insldehas much to recommend It Tho trouble with us Is that we have enlarged tho boundaries of tho homo nnd havo not cmargeJ tho homo makers powers with It For what Is the modern factory from tho cotton mill to tho steam laundry from tho flour mill to the canning works but a place where an Assemblage of workers do on a large scale for the wholo community what each individual housekeeper used to do on n small scale for her own houMhold What are all these now social ctforts our publicschool system our municipal playgrounds our public baths and libraries our systems of street cleaning and trans portation our hospitals and naylumor ways the old needs of humanity Are women to have no direction In these matters because tho Innate dE ire to help others to feed to clothe to nuts to tcrcit and to train the race hoe taken on now forma ON THE OTHER FOOT The following la taken from the Lexington Herald It is not a com mont on some feud or shooting In tho mountains but on the Blue Grass counties right nWtr Lexington With tho state of lawlessness which provnllti tho failure to convict n single night rider tie methods which they have shown they will use and tho means they will employ It would be ropy for any lean at PItS ent to rely on tho law Every Kentucklan has cause to hang his head In shame that this Is true Yet It is true and wo see no promptdutltul curs of the courts and the Instant ac caUlngthopurpose of passing a law WINNOWED IDEAS There Is a path that leads to truth so surely that anyone tfho will follow It must needs reach the goal whether his capacity be great or small Mud there la ono guiding rule by which a man will find this path and keep himself from straying when ho has found It This golden rule is GIVe unqualified assent to no prop ositions but those the truth of which is BO clear and distinct that they4 cannot l e doubted Descartes oee oeooeloloo oloe o o 1 College Items 0 0 HIRE AND THERE oooooooooloololo0The week with Prof Lewis the subject being Kentuckys Schools Past Present and Future Mrs Elizabeth Erabreo Rogers who has been vlcitlng friends here for a month and her daughter and grand daughter Mrs Noblo 11111 and Carroll 11111 who have been hero for several days left for their homo at Woodstock Ills Tuesday noon Carroll 11111 will probably return next fall to enter school here Mrs Dr Cook will leave In about two weeks for a visit to her girlhood homo at Hallo Germany Shoo has engaged passage on tho Kalscrn Augusta Victoria Dr Cook will follow her after commencement both re turning in the fall Mrs Prof Dodgo gave a Wood stock party at her home Monday night fo Mrs Rogers and her daugh ter Mrs Noble lUll Eighteen guests enjoyed refreshment music tad other ontcrtammeut Phi Delta will hold her annul banquet Saturday night The nn tertalnment committee has prepared a delightful menu and tho toasts are exacted to be unusually good Mrs Putnam received word Mon day of tho arrival of a boy Edwin Upton at the homo of her daughter Mrs Helen Putnam Bcggs at Ashland Ills Mother and child are both do- Ing well Pres Frost will go Saturday noon to Cincinnati Ho will preach there Sunday and will address the Evange Heal Alliance Monday afternoon returning Monday nights omen Stop Your Wor rying About Your Spring Clothes Get a becoming hat in the latest style H A perfect fitting ready made skirt of voile or panama- A fancy white or net waist A pretty wash dress of some of the many different mater ials made by a May Manton design price of patterns loc Improve your figure and the fit of your dresses with an American Beauty Corset Complete your outfit with a pair of The Famous Queen Quality shoes or oxfords You can get these and everything else in ladies and childrens wearing apparelat our Ladies and Childrens Furnishing Store MRS S K BAKER BereaKy Phone 123 Richmond St Pres and Mrs Frost will both leave for tho East on c two weeks trip on April 17 After their return they will bo hero till late In June Miss Florence Campbell a graduate of the Normal School hero In 1905 Is teaching a Lltchflold Ohio at a Eiirry of 1700 a year Frank Fowler and Georgo Ander son of Kentucky University at Lex ington Ky were hero for tho A Z banquet held last Saturday evening A notable victory has been won for thtf tmperanco cause in a bill which has been approved by tho Senate Judiciary Committee and will be presented soon to the Senate It provides that liquors shall not DO shipped C 0 D from one state o another unless tho right names of the parties who are to receive it are use1 This will prevent ex press companies carrying liquor for their agents to sell All temperance people ohould get together and urge their Congressmen to put this thru It is not as much aa some people want but It Is better than nothing and should be supported to tho limit SWINDLER IN TOWN A warrant for forgery was served hero Saturday by Sheriff Johnston OR John Stevens The warrant was is sued on a requisition from Knoxville where ho is accused of forgery Ito was taken back there for trial At about the samo time another mat said to be a pal of Stevens succcd cd in passing a forged check on J M Early our Jeweler The fellow was ono oC tho smoothest out ta his EUCCCBB with a man like Mr Early shows Ho gave the name of A 7 Cox and was able to indentlfy him self properly as a traveling man HA bought a watch gave a check and Lot change Mr Early saw him getting ready to leave town soon after an1 became suspicious but the fellow disappeared and has not been seen since Tho check was apparently perfectly regular and was drawn on the president of a Tennessee college AtZ BANQUET Continued from Pint race flclently eulogistic terms tho sent iment of tho toasts and speeches it tho evening Mr Koly proved himself an artist as toastmaster Ho first Introduced Ceo T AndciBon of Corbln Ky n former member who responded tO the onlt There Were Giants lrThose Dys Mr Roy E Eastmm responded to tho toast The X Z Girls Mr Etistman was fortunate enough to be blessed with tho best subject of the evening and from the approbation which greeted his remarks the members of Alpha Zcta are proud of the A Z girls To this toast Mrtf Grace Lester replied tak- Ing as her sui jest The A Z Boys From tine tenor of Miss Lesters re marks as to the unexcelled qualities of her subject or subjects rather the A Z boys will havo a prosperous leap year Tho rcxt number wit music by the Alpha Zeta Quartet composed of Iessrs Rlgby Stllwcnl Barton iid Eilman The toastma It er then mtrduccd Prof Wm V Cook who responded to the toait Selected UK Ceo II Lampo re sponded o tho toast Tho Faculty Latt Mr B E Cartmell respond 1 to Refections Confidence when eating that your food is of highest wholesomenessthat it has nothing in it that can injtfre or repastdoublyThis supreme confidence have when the food is raised w- ithROWBaking Powder44b OIIibr PgBrw The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can be no comforting confi Powder unchangedalum 1 c Sale on Now I will continue this Sale un til I close out a large stock ofIShoes Clothing Dry Goods Mens and Boys Hats and Best Groceries l Come at once Dont miss the Bargains First Choice J Seeing is believing i tf Hay Corn Feed and Meal a Specialtyt Rei ENGLE I Phone No 60 Berea Kentucky I A feature of the occasion was a speech by Mr Humphreys a former member of the society Besides Mr Humphreys and Mr Anderson Mr Wheat of Lexington was present Tao orchestra was composed of Miss Early piano Dr Bert Cctnellus ani Dr Best violins Mr Brown flub and Mr Thomson clarinet A Zer PI WINS ANNUAL CONTEST The third annual contest between Utile Dulce and PI Epsilon PI was held in the Upper Chapel Friday nigh before the numbers of the societies their friends and the members of tho College Convocation The decis- Ion of the judges was In favor of PI Epsilon PI by a narrow margin making the series stand two to one In her favor A notable feature of tho evening was the presentation to the wlnn3rs if n handsome ebony sliver mounted gavel given by J M Early This is the recond prize he has given his medal last year going to Utile Dulce The audience was large too large for the room thru a miscalculation on tho part of those In charge and It was generously appreciative The judges agreed that all of the girls acquitted themselves well and In spite of physical discomfort of many all enjoyed the evening The program was as follows Mju sic Orchestra Invocation Professor Rube Oration U D1 Oration PI Essay Pi Essay U D Reading U D Reading PI Music Orches tra Decision of Judges Presentation of Gavel Professor Rnlne Tho judges were Pres Taylor of K W Prof Grlnstcad of Richmond and Miss Robinson and thoso on composition were Miss Welsh Dr Cook nnd Prof Cook Their grad ings follow nOComposition 60 per tent 56 56 13 Delivery 40 per cent 44 34 36311 9 34 923M Reading 34 point 33 13 33 14 Itasavt 1 houghtcomR4Stalust43 4113 Delivery 21 polnti iS 1315 201960 61 5160 61 3960 Grand total 185 1920 187 1310 ValIeysI 4 3= 4C per foot at- Lengfellners tin shop on Saturday of each week On other days 5 iac REALESTATE Kidd Robinson Ontce Over 1wtt Ofllco Notary Public Berea Ky Bargain in Real Estate- A flvo room cottage two porches largo well shaped lot with good irnr provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse lOOchlckeng Must be seen to bo appreciated bargain If taken at once For AI tlculars see M L Spink IJerea Hold on Stop paying rent It does not pay Wo will soil you a nice lot In the best pnrT of town for only 100 You pay 10 clown and the remainder In monthly payments of f8 Call on or address 1 P AMBROSE SOV Box ha ItTM Ky i F tRIr 4 3qGoing Get RH COWLEY M Dpprepared to treat dlieuei of the Eye Nose Ear and Throat ti f Indttitrlil Building Berca Ky p t hour S to 4 pm e 4 t it LADAVISMD fah hY OFFICE AT RESIDENCE P r PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER t DENTIST KYInOnce hour from 8 to 4 1rI City rhcna 183 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoforme ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS 4 REPAIRED f Work Promptly ReturnedS r CONN BROS Lancaster Ky FOR SALE y A few Good Fresh Jersey Cows Will alsoabuy your Dry Cows J W Herndon THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWIH6 MACHINE 4 EWHOM tlC1Rotal78buUleor or aa Sewing Mnclilnu write lo THE NEW HBME SEWING MACHINE eiMFANV i Orange Mass 11000 JiWi made toelirerrdleao- lpuy I out the Sf CW Homo tt made to wear Ourtuarantrorerruntout t- I Bold bjr nulliorUed dealer only TOR Ml IV J M RICHARDSON 4 COMPANY r General Agents Cleveland 0 i SEE ME AUOUT YOUR EYESeGin to Suit AU Codltto J M E RLY Jowbler EngraverMaiaStroet Berea Kentucky I e 0rBY DEN CITIZ 4- FBANK t 1 Trasaclsgeneral banking Imiimii We Invite you specially to place ae- 1eMt t a porUea Cyeurace wkheus whether forge er sreaL f Jf Jf Jf Jf- otHYBEN x y j vThe Citizen tAfamily newspaper for ill that la right i true and Interesting mblUhed trenr Thursday at Beret Kjr I I BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated iItanl Frost Editor and Mint r I Subscription Ratos IPAYAJlIK IN ADVANCE Ona Tear f IM bFa + Send money by Post oake or Uaprraa Monej RegUtered Letter or one sad lw I clampsf I after your name on label show tI- I wbat due subseslption la paid lilt la not changed within flute weeks alter renewal notify UI- lIwolr numbers will be gladly lupptled If WI- re notified Plue PremIums tires for new aubicrlpttoai sod prompt3enewsts Send for Pionluni last Liberal tams given to any who obtain new nbacrlptlona for ui Ahjr one leodllllua tout yearly sub can redeve fry for one Advertising rates on application NIMbI or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION a =H people who put money in stockings t are not necessarily hoarding it Some women do that An army of tramps is headed toward New York Poor men 1 Their plight must indeed be desperate Farmers in Argentina are harvest- Ing their wheat A little later they will be buying automobiles Listen to your wife says the governor of North Carolina Chorus oft men How can we help it Envious persons have accused Ad moral Hob Evans of being bowlegged That isnt as bad as if he were knock kneed Volcanic action by threatening to produce new islands arouses apprehension of new complications in world politics It appears that the green sea turtle is in danger of extinction Could it have been careless enough to stray Into the soup As a result of famine many Turks are coming to America This nations assimilator will have to get up a lit tie more steam 1Quentin Roosevelt aged 11 Is reported to bo In love He is certainly r a remarkable boy if this is his first affaiv of the heart A New Jersey man who is In a trance Is said to sing like Trilby and 1thoneighbors are in a mad hunt fort Svengali to wake him up 1 There will be a further drop in t the prices of provisions and meats t says a dealer Further Has any one noticed the previous drop We are assured that there Is to bo- no r corner in apples this year Then they will be round as usual Our worst fears are thus allayed W Save your whales and green turtles The Vertebrate Paleontologists of America in convention assembled par J ticularly request you to do so Give your heart gentle exerclsa and t t treatment for statistics show 3kindthe modern heart Is liable to get Jwary and lie down on the Job What the governor of North Caro said was Listen to your wife 1UnB tho governor of South Carolina of that is not recorded A typewriting machine has been invented which will write Japanese but we venture to predict that It will t feel tired after a hard days work at 1 ir Its job I Editor Stead thinks America bye n- I turing into the jaws of the Japanese lion As the premier ass among in toyai 1 60 oldan years tw tckokedaburglar while her daughter f called a goilcemaB What a woman M r that could do to a soninlaw can r ifbelImaginedj Three islands in the Thousands II- i I lands have disappeared It will be sort ot awkward to have to call the t the Nine Hundred and Ninety17 fiseven Islands d Under theaew law it is more dill I eult to get married in New York That Isa mean advantage for the leglslat L- x r sea to take rthe girls just as leap tt tom yearfe about to begin J The team of horses that ran away Ulaollrnava1oAlcersln Port of ArIpafa the other day didnt injure the t but shivered the timbers ofc 5 wthevehkle la truly nautical style r 0TlHtrly rs hesoon iare perhaps 1 sf ewtag with nallk and honey and MtMUat tell us that there Is no wa ter OB d It Lovers have for ages thdugtit It a sweet old luminary The Pacific fleet under Admiral j tserenelyleJet Jt a few cuss words do occa I ralesaNy divide the shuddering night maLet the common people rejoice j Tbjirpe arecomlRlnhehwarRadlum vMekoaea was Wltkla the reach only tiecE b rkeddowato M rt jIaeo v r C Ii C 7l- V o = a u Lure ofVastUnknown at North Pole the Pole a Challenge to Man By EXPLORER Ron RT E PEAKY U S N So long ns tilt 3000000 square miles of unknown area at the north polo antI the 3000000 square miles nt the south pole are imvteitcA by civilized men they urea challenge and a reproach to manhood In our next expedition the general plats of the last expedition will be followed with some important variations based on our experiences then Sailing from New York in the Roosevelt in Tune or not later than the first of July we should reach Greenland be tween August 25 and September 15 Thence the way lies along the west const of Green land through Untie Bay Smith Sound and Kane Basin with Ellesmere land to the westward This will bring us to Kennedy and Itobeson Channels passing through which wo expect to gain our old winter quarters at tape Sheridan ThU is in Grant Laud west of Greenland It is one of the northernmost regions of solid groups known to man Early in February fro will start from Cape Sheridan for tho north The journey to tho pole should be under way in good earnest by the early days of March Our equipment will be practically the seine as in the expedition of 19051JOG I want to have 200 dogs 25 sleigh and 2i men with parties of Eskimo assistants from Whale Bay similar to those in the previous expedition The journey to the north by sledge should conslnne 100 to 120 dnys We should be back on the mainland some tilllH in June 19011 From all the scientists know and from all the inferences to be based upon that knowledge the first white man to stand atlhc north pole will not see a scene very different from those traversed by most explorers in the Arctic It is not likely that there will be even a mound of ice to mark the actual pole The man standing at the pole though will look upon a marvelous and novel scene from the astronomical standpoint lie will see the sun like a wheel of fire circling the horizon like a wheel instead of rising and setting From day to tiny it will gradually ascend higher and highci in a flattened spiral The sun will appear above the horizon on March 22 at the vernal equinox It will not set for six months On Juno 22 at the summer solstice it will be highest in the heavens Then it will slowly descend lower and lower until the disc disappears on September 22 At night too tho stars will lx a curious sight Only those in the northern celestial sphere of course are visible there Directly overhead not precisely but nearly sowill be the polar star Only it will he fixed All the others revolve in widening circles The stars on the horizon will always be there Upward Trend ofMorality By BON P J DOLLIVER u Ik Staalar Iran lewa A There has grown up im the last len years in the United Suites n criticism directed against the entire fabric of the so cialand political order which we have in herited from our fathers The criticism is not aimed at the defects of society or at the abuse of government but at the founda tion upon which the entire platform of our social and political order has been com fortably resting for uncounted generations and that school of criticism it seems to me is undertaken for the purpose of propa gating its theories to overstate to exag gerate the defects nnd infirmities of oui affairs until millions of people are sad in their hearts because they think American institutions are going steadily to the bad though dome of my warm friends seem to think so I myself ama humble but not reluctant witness to the gradual rise of the moral level of public life When I first went to Washington a country youth from one of the cornfield districts in Iowa I had many high notions of the dignity of the government of the United States es pecially the house of representatives and senate I shall never forget the sense of shame and humiliation that entered my heart when I saw drunken men staggering around the floor of the house and within the precincts of the senate chamber of the United States Today such n spec fade is morally incredible I was amazed to see the public saloon in full blast in connection with the liaiseof representatives and senate Within 20 years since then those odious institutions have been abel ished by tho unanimous vote of both houses not only in the capitol but in all the public buildings of the United States throughout the world Twenty years ago you could not post a regiment of the army of the United States at home or abroad without the first thing opening nn ordinary American saloon for retailing intoxicating liquors sometimes cheerfully described under the curious title of the army canteen and for service in the little institution our soldier Boys were detailed in their nni form to wait on brethren boys from the Y if C Aor from the Sun day school in the uniform of the United States army Is congreM abolish tli t Institution bya practically unanimous vote of both houses and while I notice in the newspapers evidence that some officers of the army expect to see that institution revived under authoritative national legislation I have made up my mind that they will be on the retired list before that ever comes to pass o a After all in my opinion the largest evidence of tho moral progress of the American people lies in the recognition now well nigh universal that at the bottom all the problem of society are not simply problems of politics and government but are in reality questions of applied religion There is no unanswered question in legislation that is not art steered in the gospel of Christ Those mighty problems that have brought philosophy and statesmanship almost to a standstill if thoy have any solution at all will find it in the practical application to the daily life of thin world of that ancient law which we have inherited from our fathers and mothers the law of Christ revealed to thcworld in the gospels And for that reason it is with hope and courage that we look toward the future and I venture to predict that the time is at hand ncawr than we know when we shall realize that the world in whichlro are living in emplotugynof labor house of prajer4nd elery 1naaIs a brother Jtt = I rJ e r J N tY4 ANGRYMOBS LYNCH NEGROES ONE ATTACKED WOMAN OTHER SHOT BOY DEAD Both of the Victims Are Taken From the Authorities and Each Makes a Confession Mobile Ala April GWalter Clay ton a negro who was serving time nl tho stockade of tho Hand Lumber Co for manslaughter late Saturday nfter noon attacked Mrs Joseph White aged 20 years and was lynched by h mob of 7B men outside the limits of Day Mlnettc Tho attack occurred nt tho wom nits homo six miles below Loxley Clayton entered the house It Is said end choked Mrs White into submits slon The negro returned to the con vict wimp where ho was arrested late Saturday night The negro told the officers not U take him back to the scano ot till crime as ho committed it and it was not necessary to have him identified rho officers hurried him to Day Mlncttc county seat of Daldwir county An they nppronchcd tho jail 7G melt came from behind a fence and took tho negro dragging him and tho dell i ty sheriff 75 yards before It was dia covered that the men wcro handcurtcJ together The deputy was then released aid the negro carried away Tho ncgroi body has not yet been found Wesson Miss April OJohn lltirr a young negro was lynched near hero- by about 30 men for tho murder of a 12yearold boy Saturday night according to llurYs confession and tho story of an eye witness he was fishing In a mill pond when Earl Smith the son of J W Smith n planter approached and began n conversation Burr was an employe of Smiths father and he said to the boy Look up look at tho bird As young Smith gtiied skyward the negro shot him in the back of tho head with a shotgun burr threw tho boys body Into thn mill pond and fled but was capturoil by olflcera and was on his way to jail when just as tho Sabbath dawned n l arty of about 30 men took tho pris oner away from the officers Tho negro was quietly hanged frqm r tree and several shots were fired to hasten his death SHOT DOWN At Side of His Wife and Daughters By Unknown Assassin St Louis Mo April GWhile walk lag homo with his wife and two young daughters Rlea Spcale of 2C21 Latay cttb avenue was shot and Instantly killed at Cliouteau avenue and Dolman street by an unidentified man who won accompanied by two fashionably dress ed women Spcalos assailant and hti women companion tied and es capedTho two women were singing snatches froma song In which the daughters of Spealo Joined This an gerod the man who drew a revolver and fired one shot at Spealo the bul let entering his brain He died a rat meat later on tho sidewalk while his wife nnd daughters stood horror stricken Tho two women screamed but nt a hoarse command from their companion they silenced their trio and fled When Policeman Peeper of the Solard street station attracted by mho shot arrived he found Spcule dead on tho sidewalk Sheriff Killed By Negro Desperado Bristol Tens April OTaking tho chance of winning reward money Dot uty Sheriff James Moroflcld of Scott county Virginia was shot through the heart and Instantly killed by a negro desperado near Speers Ferry Va Morcdeld and a posso had located tho negro and a companion hoping to claim n reward of 300 offered by tho West Virginia authorities when More field net his fate at the hands of tile negro for whom the reward had been offered After tiring several chats nt the posse the negro escaped Summer Cottages Burned Boston Mass April 6 Tho most spectacular and sensational blazo of I the season struck Wlntbrop beach slur ing the early hours of Sunday morn Ing and four beautiful summer cot tages are In ruins and Crest hall theI fashionable beach resort hotels is bad ly damaged James Flanagan of Win throp la under arrest cnarkl with setting fire to the cottages Nfl deaths ore reported although several persons were injured The property damage will exceed 1100000 Opens Nsw Crater Naples April 6 Solfatara a semi extinct volcano near Pozzull had opened a new crater 250 feet from the undent one it is emitting a voluinln BUS column sulphurou gases The activity orRolt tam always is supposed to coincide with the inactivity AtItorncy recommend Cole who stole 15000 from an inauo inco company and killed his Infant thud be sent to Afatteawan Asylum I or the Criminal Insane Court House Yy Explosion El Paso Tex April 6Whllo a movI ngMaters exhibition was being heM tt Splomonvllle ArlzlJnthe court eXI11oocdpracoI I an o D u A 8KIDOO8KIDEE TRICK It Will Obey Your Voice and Mystify Your Friends About tho time when the expres ilea skldoo first began to bo used I invented the following trick and called it Skidoo and Skldee which created much merriment Unless tho trick is thoroughly understood for some it will turn one way for others the opposite way while for others it will not revolve at all One person whom I now recall became red In tho face by shouting kkhloo and skldoc at It but tho thing would not move at all and ho finally from vexation threw time trick into the fire and a new one had to be made Very few can make It turn both ways at will and therein Is tho trick Take n Jiiec of hardwood three eighths of an inch square nnd about nine inches long On ono of tho edges cut a aeries of notches as In dicated In Fig 1 Then slightly taper the end marked U until It Is nicely rounded as shown In Fig 2 Next make an arm ot n twoarm windmill such as boys make Make a bole through the center of this one arm Enlargo tho hole slightly enough to allow a common pin to hold the am1 to tho end n and not interfere whir the revolving arm Two or thrp of these anna may havo to be nmdo be fore one Is secured that Is of the exact proportions to catch the vjbra tlohs right I NEW KIND OF SAILING VESSEL You can even make a boat that will sail readily against the wind and its I Quito simple at that For the deck or body of your boat take a pioco of wood about 20 Inches long 6 23 Inches wide and about 66 inch thick Taper at the ends Draw a IIn6 from end to end along the flat surface On this lino and about 60 Inch from the end which will Inally serve as the stern make a hole and Insert in it a little mast about J 13 Inches high and Hlncb In diame ter To its top fasten a little ringbolt Then at about half an inch from tho proW of the boat fasten another ring nnn nn n SPRING HINT FOR BOYS How to Build a Bird House for the Summer Visitors Instead of trapping or shooting birds the farmers beat friends try this humane plan and see If you dont get more pleasure out of It In the end Get an empty tenpound starch box or any other wooden box of convenient size nail the cover on and make a small bolo for a door put a triangle piece of wood on top of the front for a makebelieve roof gable also a little platform In front for a make believe stoop and then place the bird house securely in some treetop safely out of reach of cats or other bird enemies or on top of a high pole In tome sheltered J lc If yoU happen to haVo such a- polethough a tree top Is best om sit- teoua of tke shade arid helter Jt af fords wjitaooaeosy home Joyfully take possession sad immediately go to work and build a neat Afterward cornea the fun of watching the parenUblrds bringing IB provisions for mho young ones and finally seeing the young birds lean lag how to fly My boy had a lovely pair of bluebirds and family last year writes Mrs PluJBBer Ia Farm and Home and they became very tame wall M Jejredth w BO touch Try it boys Her Guess During the course of a geograpny lesson recently the teacher asked the following question Who can tell me what useful ar tlclo we get from the whale Whalebone promptly replied a boy Illght sow who knows wait we get troy the sean x BealinifwaxJv ihouted a JIIUit girl 1 larpers Magair ln J a v To operate the trick tip tpM stick 4 firmly In ono hand and with tho for ward nud backward motion ot the other allow the first finger to lIdo along tho top edge the second finger along tho side nnd tho thumb nail will then vibrato along tho notches thus making the nrm revolve In oflo direction To make the arm revolve in tho opposite directionkeep the hand moving all tho time so tho observer will not detect Uio change which the hand nllow the first finger to slldo along tho top as In tho other movement tho thumb ami sec end finger changing places e g In the first movement you scratch the notches with the thumb nail while the hand Is going from the body and in the second movement you scratch the notches with time nail of the second finger when the Band Is coming w How to Cut the Notches ward the body thus producing two different vibrations In order to make It work perfectly 1 you meat cf course say skliloo whey you begin the fret movement and thon no mat tor how fast the little arm U ro volvlng when changed to the second movement you must say skldeo and tho arm will Immediately stop and JIcbegin revolving In tho opposite three Vation By using the magic wona the little arm will obey your couuaands Instantly and your audience will be mystified It any of your audience pre sumo to dispute or think they can do the same let them try It You wltt no doubt be accused of blowing or draw- Ing lit your breath and many other things In order to make tho arm op orate At least It it amusing Try if and see bolt of the same diameter halo as tt otherabout 13 Inch Your propeller should be 33 Inches la IdtiKUk and 13 inches In diameter tattering at the ends To ono cud you will attach the sail and to tho other tho paddle This diagram shows you exactly how tho different parts of tho boat are put together and how they look By following these details of weaaure paUencohavo a fine little salllogvenMt that will mako good time through Uo wa tor u MOVABLE HANGING SHELFi Easily MdedVery Useful In the Home 1 want to suggest a handy daatwi for a movable helf that I have ust with AoI a great amount of satisfaction writes a correspondent of Prairie Farmer Avery good Idea of the scheme la brought out In the accompanying nt eRabodesirable sUo to meat the tleniands of the occaskm for which It Is needed Its principal value comes from the fact that a may able shelf is frequently a great con + venience about the cooking stove 1 since on occasion it can fee located in 41 a place where If md pel eat the shelf would prove to be very tauafc to the way 4HANDKERCHIEF PLAV Have you tried to Ntwtula a f s cradle out of your papas bandker 1 t chief U Is fun and you will fntt then easy to make Follow the ilhn tratlons in regular order and the rV y irsuit will be most ratiefaatoryrj Good Resion 4 tTommrMawhr should a lacy lays to mttrtcT ly t- rw Mamma I caBBOt tea h iiZro1a Ywtr ri a- i J Y FROM CITY TO FARM Ywho ten wither dubtr to thwhhprinse of fancjl who purn with s rou tLphaetomuofhop who otpoct lh t f willp rtermthpromer btILBy ERNEST McGAFFEY Author of Outdorj3mcsm ICopyngnt ny Jowpli J Dowlm l t A Baby in- the Country Do ycu love me little children 0 sweet blouomi that lire curled Ufoa lender mornlnirBlorii round the caMment of tho world I There Is something Inexpressibly sweet find comforting In tho sight of J little children at play where the nklos are clear tho grass green and tho trees wave a canopy of leaves above them Men ad women of sensitive natures blood inwardly at the sight of children In tho cities storming tho dingy streets and rickety tidewalks In n vain effort to find a playground somewhere In the metropolis tho souls and bodies of thousands of chll dron are stunted beyond hope of sal vation by tho povertystricken early ontncnt that blights hope and happi ness Even In the parks there aro surly signals of keep off the grass staring from almost every patch oft J j greensward and vigilant guardians alert to swoop down on any daring tot who has Innocently plucked 10 much as a single blossom loused la dingy and Ill vontllated shanties as In the caso of the very poor and hermetically sealed in mod era flats as in the case of tho very uncomfortable the city small boys and girls except the wealthy are shut out from sunlight and freedom al most all the year round No wonder they rebel against such conditions no wonder they reach out for somo respite from the monotony of exist ence and too often grow to tragical endings Yet In the country a thousand lopes and flowerstrewn forests beck on to tho children and nature seems to wonder that where so many sheep and cattle wander over tho emerald carpets of outdoors there should be such a lack of childrens forms and faces For In tho country every featly corner and hedgerow laughs Into blossom during the spring and sum mere and sway Into autumn nnd flowers are there for tho picking and seas of waving grow unblurred by any warning to romp and play In When wo canto from our apart meats as the garish and halfdark ened atrocities wore called that wo camped In our little girl was a mere slip of n child as palo and lifeless al most aa n stick ot vermicelli She looked languidly an tho appleblos soms and tho lllao blooms and the thick carpet ot grass about tho door yard held no Invitation out to her at first Hut little by little from one day f to another she crept out Into tho sun shine and began to drift about amid the glories of the mild and sunIlium Ined weather and before we could hardly reallio It she was beginning to steep hereelf In the life and color of i It all Her cheeks became sunburned her hair bleached a little from its goldoa brown hue nearly to flaxen and she began to laugh and run In tho sun- shinei herself a living ray ot tight t She grew like corn In the night t 1LUyUki wldu La now She hardly knew i Sits was a baby So aweetly sho grew Her appetite for milk was something prodigious and In fact her ap petite for everything In a few months e l she was eating almost as much as a grown person and her baby limbs and 16ta cheat commenced to nil out and Ret Una until ahe was really another child from the one wo had brought I from town And every day was such ra delight to her Even when It rain Zed she would bo Tensing around In yard or out In tbo garden or or ifi chard and her ruddy cheeks and 7 sparkllaic eyes told of perfect health Just across the road was a nmgnlfl cent oak tree and under this tree was a largo loge Here Lcnore would gath er acorns and set the block With her dishes and have elaborate Darmccldal feasts to which all of tho neighbors Wore duly invited Here she would herts and etiquette prevailing was strictly f 2 up to data lhoOYI wo get her all sen from the ilft soei patted upon her but the i rtaeelaaUea of the old oak never seem ed jts hold on her childish aaetn wee a massive trunk with k dense elustering shade of broad r 1MaatllIU the Jay lnllJ fore aad planned raids on nl b- t bodag birds awls and occasionally skein ot blackbirds swung In and ela ke4 arid chanted as the winds reeked the limbs of their greenglrdJed of her joys was walking celI road and picking clover bjos WllIteaad red abe would gathi cBe of tkexi end cone ntnnlBg back to the house In triumph r with her treasures Flowers of all I llfter her special delightt8Bd ifeeieooa learned the nme of some jfthe commoner wild flowers as well u those of the numerous flowers j yardrMer to lead her vigorous but Usual I IT tIIdlre tedafd to any work about the ilowerbeeds sad In pleklag a boat i tClIRthe Nth generally adopted 1 ue slssple plan of picking all there walv1 s 4 Her mode of nalutatlon to the neigh bor children was just to kiss them Impartially whether little boys or girls and she enjoyed having them come to see her or go to see them lint at tho same time she did not appear to raise them when they were not with her There was BO much that was still n marvel to her In the mani fold mystery of the country that she was companioned by the grass tho birds the leaves tho sun and the rains Sometimes she would swing In a little hammock I had fixed up for her Under a maple tree and remain In A sort ot dream for hours together At such times she Would drift back and forth looking Intu space and dreaming maybe of tho miracles which abo was passing through At least If that be a moro supposition The wonder wan not yet quite gone From that allll look of herd And her mother and I would watch her from some nearby window as she sat thoro and rocked idly tho sun glancing In on her yellow hair tho shadows deepening In her wideopen brown eyes In the spring and summer and In deed until along In September and Oc tober in that almost semi southern country Lenoro went about In the yard and over tho adjoining country In a very unornate attire consisting of a linen slip or shift without sleeves and reaching about to her knees Uarohoaded and barefooted sbo raced around In the grass and while she often got muddy and sometimes dusty she was not hampered in her movements by reason of any elaborateness of dress Sho would tear ort her little sunbonnet and throw It aside as fast as it was put on her head and shoes she seemed to hate Instinc lively Sho ran In the sun like a min laturo Indian and every month she appeared to got moro sturdy- A walk with her mother and myself of three miles or more over the hills would not lire her In the least al though at that time she was not yet three years old Of course wo dress nil her morn when wo took these walks and put shoes on her As a rule she raced ahead of us and was not in the least fatigued when wo Rot home Usually she would not wander far away from tho house when she was alone but occasionally she departed from this custom and dire were tho tragedies which followed Onotime I saw a flock of plover circle over the house and light In a pas ture about u halt mile away and took my shot gun and went after them Lenoro was swinging in her little hammock and she opened the yard gate and came down the road after me I did not notice her and slip ped under tho pasture fence nnd began to walk in the direction ot where tho birds had gone Meanwhile she had trailed along the road for over a half mile from home and her mother and the girl had missed her There was a swift search ot the garden and the orchard a look- Ing around a clump ot trees by the roadside and at last a grand rush to pull the bell that hung over tho smokehouse This won In tho nature ot a notification that something had happened us It was not meal time nut as Mrs McGaffey grabbed tho wire that swung the boll it broke and came down Incidentally cutting a groovo In her nose and further add ing to tho contusion Ily that time tho girl had taken an other peek down tho road and dlscov ered Leuore and camo tearing down the highway Meanwhile I was just getting into the plover and reducing tho census In that direction totally oblivious to the hubbub along the road and at the house When the baby was reached and caught up she was frightened and when alto reached homo her mother was just about ready to fur nish a medium case of hysterics for Inspection And who got the blame for all thlst You must be a single man to ask such an absurd question I ought to have known that a baby which had never wandered away before was going to follow me It I wont after plover 1 should have heard the bell which didnt rlaglt seemed Incredible that I didnt hear the women Mil for me with ale only a mile away and the wind blowing strongly from to the farm and any man not a Ime to would have Inevitably noticed on a road halt a mile awayto south while he was facing north and shooting birds aafast as they getup It waS plain to boseen that I was palpably in the wrong I admitted uiy disgrace and was finally forgives nut dont let It happen lignin On another oecaslon Lenore hoi gone Into the 6aden and attar filling up comfortably OB greed goose berries had followed the path out late the orchard and was amusing hersetf picking white clover blossoms Sub sequent questioning and examination revealed the tact that one of theeeI blossoms was probably occupied by a honeybee whose sting Is xeeedail lrtloularBlossomthe irritability of the honeybee and the bee had just siting her for an e ampleAt the time of this catastrophe was asleep up stairs and Leaores Mother and grandmother were busy beloWlteekwltka doughnut cmtlt W jtkItIMT bee Inserted fcls sultry oL r- u r n oa snickcrsco In Lenoroa thumb ft yell wont up that startled tho haymakers on the hills for miles sway Talk about Freedom shrieking when Kosciusko fell It wasnt a circum stance to the howl that Infant lot out I fell off of tho bed ran down stairs and butted myself awake against tho well Tho childs mother darted out of the west door and fetched up In tho screen that covered tho west porch Ilabys grandma rushed out the front door and around tho house and then as a second piercing shriek went up they both located the scene of the disturbance Doth flew into the orchard and Le nore was haled In yelling Industrious worsejHot butlaCtertharraro caution and circumspection If anything hurt her after that It was a beeNow of course I could have proved- a perfect alibi as to that accident but tho women folks sort of consulted tOo gather to one side as though they were going to tack tho blame on mo for this misfortune But I was so stern and tyrannical that they dasAt try It on I wouldnt havo stood for itj A man must be firm and courageous In his own family part ot the time at least nut I could see that It I had not been determined I would have hind this boo business charged up against me just like the plover mishap was so I took steps to fend it off before it got started To tell the truth when I heard tho first yell I thought that some of the old chiefs of the calms on tho Illinois river bluffs near by had rii and were scalping white settlers Ire membered my first bee when I was a small boy but It was ot the goldbar red or bumble variety I was help- Ing rob its nest when it camo at m like a furry bullet nnd lodged against my left cheek When It broke away my cheek swelled up like A soap hub- ble and that was my last Investiga ion as to the habits and honey of the bumblebeeThere no birds song that Bound ed as sweet as the babys voice sound Ing among the grasses and leaves there was nothing like her face flush ed with the sunshine her hands hold- Ing a posy of drooping wildflowers there was no ripple of the water over gravelly shadows that held anything halt so liquid ss her laugh oven her ears were mere April interludes to the happiness in which she found her selfAnd all the time I could see the pinched childish faces in the smoke and grime of tho city we had left and my heart ached for them There Is no place like tho country to bring a child up in and when they miss this experience they have missed a rare part ot their lives They have lost the echoes In the song that nature sings and that loss is Irremediable and poignant for that song Is the song of songs Many reeds grow together by the river and men tread them at will and none Is the worse Hut in one reed of a million song is hidden and If a man breaks that reed In twain ho shall miss the music often and long Yea all the days ot his life The tragedy of It all is that It must be as a child that you should feel this awakening and unfolding ot the mys terles of outdoors and hear the music and see tho pictures that sun and wind and cloud spread on the canvas ot the seasons If you wait until manhood and womanhood you are too late The joy that passcth understanding cannot be yours Natures lovers must woo her early even as children to be admitted to her Inmost sanctuariesAnd little girl played In the meadows and pastures entered into the life about her as partof Its moods and complexities and as she grew up into its blossoms and branches its music and Its silences there grow in lice childish brain and heart a love for the open which would not be de nled even though It could scarcely bo called a definite understanding with the warp and woof of the sea sons She ran wild with tho sun and wind careless of her abandoned toys heed less of the transition from the snows of Mays apple blossoms to the snows of Decembers whirling drifts Each change was a joy to her each mystery of thee nights and days a perpetu thesec1lIdtshpassing of time and remained a baby to the last as much of n firstling in the unfolding of nature as the robins fledgling that looked wideeyed from the neat In a gnarled apple tree by the orchards edg- Thetoxclove shoots up from the green mattedheather Preparing her hoods of snow IHIO was Idle and alepttilt thesunshlay weather- OhLcldldrea grow BliNEBT MQAFFEr PitThe old soldier propped oa kits crutch in the snowy park called it Here Buster Here Buster Half a dozen squirrels rattled down the tare trewsjkn raa tohlmbut fee drove them away Oil he said I want Buster Ii And finally Buster must have appeared for the veteran allowed the seventh squirrel to run up his crutch and to take nuts from his coat pocket squirrelfromHow do you know thats Muster asykaowHer If you like Byou can tell iUUIIIteeplklew Oricuu iUayUas k Jesus Anointed at Bethany Sunday School Lesson for April 19 1908 Special Prepared for This Paper tK8BON TKXTJohn 1MJ1 Memory rrron i- Oo1nuN TKXTWe love him be cause he first loved us1 John 419- TIAIKrJeeus readied Dethnny on Fri day ilarch II A D 90 slit days before the Ianover lie rented tho next day Saturday the Jewish Sabbath which ended at unset The feast was held that evening PJACBTho lious of Simon the leper In Ilrthany on the Mount of Olives Comment and Suggestive Thought Put In a single word the subject of our Scripture passage Is Service different ways ot serving Christ and the way Christ prefers No other passage in the Bible presents these ways so vividly Therefore it is a passage of great and fundamental Importance Gqlkle Imagines that tho sisters had often pondered how they could show their gratitude for all Christ hud been and all that ho had done for them Mary showed it by anointing Christs feet and head Matt 267 with very precious ointment By ointment we are to understand rather a liquid perfume than what we com monly know as ointment Schaff It was common to anoint the heads of wheals but anointing tho feet was a- very special honor Nard is an unguent from the head or spike ot a fragrant East In dian plant belonging to the genus Valcrlana which yields a julco of de licious odor Thoyer This was lit erally translated plstlc nard tho adjective meaning pure genuine or drinkable as some ointments were drunk mixed with wino or It may indicate the place whence the nard came A pound Latin libra the unit df weight in the Roman empire slightly over 11 ounces avolrtllpolExpolO- reek Test Tho estimate ot Judas v 5 was 300 denarii a day laborers wage for one yearExpoa Greek Test Equal to 300 or 1600 of our money Attar of roses sells for J1800 a pound- It was kept In a cruse or flask of ala baster Mark called an alabaster just as we call a drinking vessel made ot glass a glaze It was a kind ot cruet having a cylindrical form at the top Illny compares these vessels to a cloked rosebud Prof Marvin It Vincent The tables were low sometimes not more than a foot high and the guests reclined around them leaning on their elbows their feet stretched put away from the table We recall tho ideal picture of Aaron when anointed to tho priesthood Pea 1332 to mark hero the fulfillment of the typo when the great High Priest was anointed for tho sacrifice She who had so often sat at his feet now anoints them and alike for love reverence and fellowship of his sufferings will not wipe them but with her hair Eilcrsbelm This simple act proclaimed the self humiliation ot her un bounded love seeing that tho loosen lug of a womans hair was a mark of unusual selfabandonmentPulpitC- ommentary This deed of Mary become so fa moue as Christ prophesied It would Matt 2613 because 1 It was a beautiful example ot that fine virtue gratitude 2 It was a beautiful example of the sacrifices gladly made by love 31t was a beautiful example ot loves courage Mary was willing to taco tnlsnnderstandlngs sneers cap tious criticism and smiles of ridicule Her great love brushed these aside like cobwebs Most service of Christ calls for similar courage from the first stammering attempt of the young convert to speak for Jesus to tho largo tasks of the missionary and the reformer But love for Christ makes It all easy 4 It was a beautiful foreglimpse of Christs great sacrifice This deed was the dying of Jesus In a figure Christ found In It the very spirit that was leading him so steadily to Cal vary For Jesus like Mary lavished everything In saving menRev Q H Morrison 5 It furnished a beautiful Illustra tion of Christs ready reception of loving service The disciples chided but Jesus praised 6 But tine as It was Marys spir- Itual devotion to Christ would have been just as fine If it had beeq ac companied by household ministrations to his needs A kinsman of mine was once entertained by a gifted woman who wav so much absorbed In his interesting conversation that she forgot to Inspect the spare room ia which he slept and in which he passed the night Ih exasperating collisions with a silver soup tureen which long Before had been concealed from the burglars In his bed and I confess I agreed with a cynical female critic who observed oa hearing the story that clever amt devout women might sometimes most wisely pray and talk1 less and keep house more Bishop hotter Mary may have done both we are not told Practical Points When Christ asks us to flo such work li becomes at once of supreme Importance and Invested with royal dignityThere la splendid service In faith as well as In works Inlovea well as in active ministering to the loved bae Those whose special gifts lie la ac tivity end those whose minds tend rather to inner devotion should appro elate one another Chrlsttaa work treed i he devout aid studious Mel aaothea but not teas the robust ad- heiokLtlili GTye bjetl I 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces II i i the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 7 TS Over 60 winders 1175 ttadeits from 27 states t Largest college library ia Kentucky NO SALOONS A 1jClpeciatSo many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make moat rapidprogress tW iI0 Which Department Will You Enter11R 1 i J THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Samo lectures Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common broaches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Btblo Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn Y ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful lifefl ci CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course O that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMV COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even 4a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The r highest educational standards fNORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First ryear parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass ij certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information 0 culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory fBand may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Lt Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who arc supporting Bcrea in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness t- OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from b the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge jAll except thoso with parents in Berea live In ColIego buildings anti 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 tel It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary T before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL a EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary I with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best II but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera w tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms l umbrollaa and other necessary articles at costrLIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room e 1 rent to pay for clearilng repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the tall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in tall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid hut once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services o- rteachersall our Instruction is a tree sift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 In courses with 1 Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses a PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments aro as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250 in one payment2200 afInstallment plant first day 1675 100 deposit middle of term 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work W40 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examk nations 1 645 FALL 190814 weeks 12960 In ono payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including LOO deposit middle ot term 946 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a ternrecelrq hack for money advanced follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction or a week On p room or on any special expenses no allowance for any un5s pi red fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply tk amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO TAY When you have roads your Journey sad are well started In school It pays to stay u long as possible The first day of Spring term Is March 26 1908 The tdaYofFIilI term Is September 16i 1991 For Ufpnaatiipter friendly advice wrUeJ the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE o 1 lElttA KENTUCKY I Th Premium Knife lakes the oyesoftime men anti boys who ace it The mountain peopleliksT a good thing When they see it and to geta75cont knife with ttrs4 j 1 blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mon + i tain people than any other dollar paper in the world v- Tk KHaM nCk fw OM pear 1yy TlatbrjJig iii iuWriptioiii all the Umf If you hT Jlotcetit i ought to hays ti a c es sosetiosetlesoo o a S J B J INews9 IIUIIiHo wrreiponaenee pabuihtd unless ilfmtd IB tan by the writer Till p It sot lot fsMlMtloi kit as u trUiie ot coot faith Writ lUUUy 0 O sesoflMe sosoe4lsANNeN soooooo 0 Of0 Of0lWt1D I NOTICE Wo are sorry this week not to be able to print all the news letters that have been sent In but there IsI less room than usual and somo have had to be left out We hope ull those whoso letters fall to appear will understand and send their next ones as usual Also wo must remind our read ers that The Citizen CANNOT print letters sent in by people who are not subscribers Thero have been two or three this week and we cannot use them This is not because we be llevo all the good people tako The i Citizen but because we have no way of knowing about other people and l do not Intend to print any news un less wo know something about tha people that send it In so we can be pretty sure it is true b MADISON COUNTY IIIQ HILTy Big Hill April 6Mr Turner Murphy and Miss Ellen Brjxmt were married a few days ago at the home of the bride Prof Plttman from g Louisiana expects to visit DereaI College during his vacation this monthEdd Hazlewocd and Cordelia Reece were married April 2 at the tir home of the bride The Rev R L t Ambroses baby who has been very t 1sickIs better MUs Foxs school ate Narrow Gap was out March 31San day school was organized at Pilot Knob church March 29 by n L Ambrose It will be held at two i oclock The community Is wishing for a successful school The entert- aInment I given by some of the Col lege people at Narrow Gap was enjoyed very much MES Lucy Hays ltl visited Mr Jerry Plttmans March 26Womens meeting Is being held at Masonic Hall every Saturday at two oclock We wish mora would come and bring their Bibles Miss I Eliza Bryant who has pneumonia is not Improving very much Mr Sher man Abrama from Lexington passed thru hero buying cattle April 4th Mr James Abrams nnd family from 4Lcxlngton are visiting Mr and Mrs Leon Abrams this weekWe ore havr ing plenty of rain and farmers are behind at this placa with their work IVALLACKTON Wallaceton April 6Mrs Annie Davis of Livingston who visited ncr parents Mr and Mrs Win Asber a few days last week returned home Saturday Mrs T M Smith Is very sick Carrie Hellard Is staying with her Dlllard White of Red Lick s workingfor his grandfather Mr it Gentry this yearMr Wm McNew of Orlando was here on business Friday and Saturday Godfrey Chadwell Is working for Mr Pennlugton this spring Sam Eden who went to 111 inolj about four weeks ago has re turned homo Con Asher is home again fo a three months vacation Relatives of Mr and Mrs J W Wallace visited them a few days last weekOn account of wet weather tie farmers are getting way behind with their work of dats sowing aol plowing Ben Goings of Paint Lick t r visited J L Kirby Sunday Next a l a Sunday Is our regular preaching diy indT vitsd to como does f elsewhere oj LEE COUMTV p rPEIRYORTII Pebworth April CiMr Wallace f Treadway wan the guest of Mr and Mrs George Porter last Sunllayc Mr Chat Herndon was tho guest of 1 Miss Edna and Bllllo Pendleton Sat 1 urday night and Sunday Miss Nettle Ross visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday Rhohiss bees in school a4 Boouevllie all winters Miss Ena a Combs gave the young people of this place a toclal Saturday nlghtr Mrs r w John Mays of Laurel County is vlslt T Ing her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Ross r ti ESTILL COUNTY lit w J wVOX5 I J Pox April 5K great many rafts and Ioos3 logs have bet lost In iaa 5 last Udi noM Richardson and Robt i 1 Stone camoHiear getting drowned try ing to land a fleet of timber luckily there wits a tree near by and they climbed up It till some one brought a skiff to tbemMrs J Moberly t and her twrs are getting along 1lo r tlnelyMr and Mrs John Wilson v = are rejoicing over the arrival ofa fine glrlFC Clicks baby is hn n t tooySngrMr8oWIII Tribble of Waco t i te having fine success with her in chickensSI t out of 200 cggsj Richardson Brothers nowIchurch hero today The congregation was small because of the rainy weath erJesse Richardson now of Valley View is visiting friends and relatives hero Sunday school will be organized at Bethel church next Sunday Wm H Rose Is very ill aL this writ ing Turner Kelly formerly a merchant at Drip Rock Jackson County expects td farm here this season C H Click made a business trip to Berea Monday and did not get home till Thursday High water was the f cause of the rlelaF C Click has 600 fruit trees from Silver Leaf nur sery Leo County Va to plant out this spring Harland Richardson has moved to IrylneG W Powell Is a candidate for sheriff of Estill Co subject to tho action of tho Repub lican partyIt Is said that Steve Daniels Bob and Bent Garrett and a Mr Robins are also candidates for the tame office LOCUST BRANCH Locust Branch April GRed Lick creek was out of banks twice last week Farmers ere complaining at getting behind Mrs Lena Land was visiting home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr Wlllard Baker and wife are selling out They will make their future home in Mlddletown Ohio Mrs Dr Lank Is making an extended visit with her mother at Panels Prof CUborne Adams ban sold out and will leave for Oklahoma Dr Land 1m bought a pianoMr Jesse Revis purchased an organDugan Marcum and Jno W Blcknoll were boat riding SundayTwo boys one seven the other nine were brought to Jas Friths two weeks ago and let there their father being In unknovrn parts seeking refuge from the officers and their mother Is supposed to bo gone to him Mr Firth being their uncle would like to find good homes for the boys without sending them to some charitable institution GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick April 5G P Caldwell of this place spent Thursday and Fri day night with his son Reuben ot Bg IllllMrs Susie Stoe was very sick last week but Is out again Hardln Kldd sold a horse a few days ago for 110 and bought another for 113 Hogs are worth about 400 here Luclan Cado spent Wednesday night with O L Gabbard and family OWSLEY COUNTY YINCEvr Vlnccni April 3Plenty ot rala and high water at present Tho Ken tucky river b higher from the recent rains than has been been known for yearD D Bother and Roo Vciiable were pike hunting in Big Sturgeon tide weekJ C Boiucr was at Beattyvlllo Monday on legal business Grant Price is up from Ito Elk City mines sowing hIs farm In oata and grassW H Venable WH In Beattyvlllo Thursday on business John Margrovea of Island CrjeS was the guest of W H Vcnable Monday night There was a fencing at J B Scotts Thursday and social Thursday right Drown Bowman and Ed Hurst have returned from a trip down tho river where they havo been marketing same timber Mr Patrick Mayse spent Sunday with W H Venable Miss Rebecca Malnous who has been at school In Berea ina past winter hag just returned homo Dr Noel Alfred and Pave Marcum ot Estlll county were tho guests of H Venable Miss Rebecca Man long visited at the bout of Mr and Mrs Harvey Marcum Monday night1V- W Trcadwoy was In Heldleburs a day or two the first of the week Luther Malnous paid Elk City a fly lug visit Thursday RISK ASTLE COUNTY n00NI Boone Match 30 Mrs Mattte Wren returned homo Sunday after an extended visit at Leesburgh Flor ida Several cases of measles aro reported In this vicinity Charles King tho alleged murderer of Bo gle Young al this place Christmas was given six years in the pen WI M Smith and TS Wren were call ed to Mt Vcrnqn Monday and Fri day of last week as witnesses In the Young murder caseMt Geo Clouso of Garrard county is visiting his sister Mrs Lucy Croutcher = Mrs Mattior Wren entertained quite a number of relatives and friends at her home Sunday evening Wolford Adams who shot and killed W M hay= near Wildo on November last was given a sentfiico of 18 years In the penltentary Mm Ida Huff has grippe Mr Charles Robinson of Derea was In this vicinity last week W M Smith and family will move soon near Clover Bottom Goorge Lamb Is visiting friends and relatives In Madison county Mrs Jjary Wren Is visiting her mother Mrs Lambort near Scaffold Cane i ROCKFORD Rockford March IOMr JTHawkins and wife and son ot Harts were the gucrts of Mr J J Hamil ton Saturday und Sunday Sad news to blackberry pickers J W Todd It having his briars cutIt seem that W H Stephens Is our leading farmer this yearNext Saturday and Sunday Is preaching at Scaffold Cane J W Todd who has been confined to the house for 72 days with a crip pled knee is a little better but can not walk a stop yetTho citizens about Rockford will not be surprised to see their mall carrier Mr S A Holt come up a foot after his next horse swop lIe Is a good man and dont want to wrong the other fellow When the sun comes out nicely Daddy Todd says Old woman where Is the garden seeds I think the bad weather Is overTho readers of Tho Citizen at Rockford are anx ious for tho paper and begin asking fpr It four days before It is duo Miss Mary 11111 ot Conway was at Rockford SaturdayW T Lltrvllln says a mule Is an unthoughted crit terns one drug him In the middle of a large pond one day last week The prospects for peaches In Scat fold Cane Is JOQdH E Northern Is putting up a wire fence around his garden Mrs Bluflo McGuIro of Berea Ip visiting relatives at this place now Jllss Vlrgla Martins still staying with her sister at Berea ICLUIAClimax April 4 Measles are get ting along nicely at the home of 1 Rector Emnor tho daughter ot Mr and Mrs Grant York Is 111 with pneumonia Gresslo Rector bag gone to Richmond Ky to undergo treatment for stomach and heart trouble and will then visit his ils tcr at Paint Lick Ky and will re turn after May lMr Simpson Keen will leave tomorrow for his home at Klrksvllk after a ten days visit with friends here Core sells at 000 and 100 a bushel Oats sell at CO and 75 cents per bushel Hogs at from 4 to 1 14 cents per pound Dr R II Lewis rides day and night attend ing to measles and pneumonia John Gudd b planning to erect a dwelling house in the Cummins Hol low George Rector has rented from Mr S L ROle and will move to It soonJohn Morgan of Wlidlo has moved near here on James henrys farm and will farm for old uncle Henry thin year as he Is too old and feeble to work JACKSON COUNTY McKEE MiKrt April 0 County Attornny G I Rarfer attended Squire David sons court at Wclchburg Saturday Prof Lee J Webb of Annvllle an t tt a couple of daya In town ia- svukJesse Farmer bought a milk MV of Tom Vicars last week Prlo 25 Preparations are being male for a special Easter twrvlco hero Much Interest is being taken by Republicans here in the selection of a candidate for the President Senator Bradley has lost many followers In this county on account of the course he has taken In tho Presidents race Representative W A Cope was In town one day last week on business nniKN HALL Greenhall March 30Mrs Dora Moore is very low with heart rheum atism Brlsto Olivers wife is improv ingJ A Evan is visiting his sister inlaw Mrs Morris Tho Jackson Co Bargain etoro is having several loads of goods hauled tbls week They have their millinery building near completion G Maddens mule ran away a few days ago and creat ed much excitement but little dam ugp James B Hall has shipped Milt Farley Tom Anderson and Hayae Mceso three good tents to live In this summer nt Halls stave mill near Harvey Creeches Wo learn that Simon Creech who moved to Middles borough several years ago will move back to his farm coon John Simpson Is gone to Leslie County to work for the J DHughes Lumber Co We are sorry to give Johnnie up as he is a good fellow The Rev Harvey Johnson will hold his regular meet ing the first Sunday In April Mrs Lottie Holbrook has purchased a now organW M Cook was d horning cattlo for J D Plcrson last week People ore beginning to talk about the election next fall Taft buttons are ornamenting most every mans coat lapeU We are glad to know Caleb Powers will not be a candidate but hope to sco him a freeman and elected rs we believe ha will be some day AXNVILLE- Annvtllo March 30Rev Jas N Culton of Richmond passed thru hero on his way home last Monday Mr R M Tate and wife of Som erset havo been visiting at the homo of Mrs Tates mother for several days Tho little son of Robert Car mack fell In a Lottlo of hot wuter last Thursday and scalded him self seriously If not fatallyv There Is a good prospect for fruit In this part so farMost people have be gun to put out their gardonsWo hope some good Christian peoplo will revive our Sunday school this year as it has a moralising effect on all communities The Rev Robert Mur rys son was married to Miss Jen nlo Hurley laht Wednesday Wo wish them a long and happy life Corn Is selling hero for 75 cents per bu and It is scarce The Rev Granvlllo Johnson of Hamilton Ohio who la in very poor health Is visiting at the homo of his father on Moorea Creek We hope lire Johnson will soon recover his health BO ho can go to his home again Mrs Nancy Johnsjn lost a fine young mulo today This makes two mules rle has lost In less than n year Jose Edwards has sold his stock of goods to John L Isaacs and his house and lot to Alfred Trewett We are sorry to give up such good neigh bors as Mr Edwards and famllyMrn Jesse King and fibres Mattie Med lock Sarah Johnson Oma Akoman and Messrs n A Johnson Oscar and Roy Rader Walter Medlock and Frank Kin all attended tho social given at tho home of Dr Goodmin at Welchburg Saturday night All reported a good time ORAl HAWK Gray Hawk March 28Mr E D Turner and brother Hiram made n business trip to East Bernstadt with a load of potatoes Mr W n EUKO Is on hits way to Knoxvlllo to buy goodsC A Hellard tho picture man passed thru here Saturday last Mrs Louisa TZnchci Is visiting her son J F Tlncher this woekMr Thos Turner ol Laurclfork Is able to be out plowing this week Mrs Louise J Tlncher Is planning on visiting her mother Mary ParreU sborllyMr Green Hellard made a business trip to Letter Box Sun dayMlss Maputo Welch of this place a Berea student is very low at this writing Mrs Carllno Hoover tbo Sunday rchool teacher U planning on haying a now school house erected Jas Stldman and Davlson have re turned from Livingston whore they wont with a raft of ties and report a slow demand for tiesMr J B Bingham has purchased a fine cow from S D Rice for 30Itolt Judd Is having a dwelling erected In Gray Hawk WIIlnm Hayes family has about recovered from measles TYNrn Tyner March 25Dan Cook dial last Wednesday of consumption Mr Brack Bonds of High Knob was hero yesterday on business MruT Mattlo Hamilton is very poorly with something like grippe Mrs Mug Moore had a working Tuesday and got a nlco days work done Mr Paul Janes of near Maulden has sold his farm to Marlon Witt and he la going to LondonMisses Lula Dill lock Maud Hamilton and Sudlo Miller made a business trip to Dr A J Hamiltons last Wednesday Misses Maud nnd Claud Hamilton and Lou Bulurck were tho guests at Mrs Mary Reynolds Saturday night Mr T P Bullock has got 1 fine Jersey cow for saleMr John Rader died last week of pneumonia W F Tincber ot Pulaski county U viII iting friends and relatives at Ty ner nowMr nnd Mrs S D Rico of Gray Hawk was tho guest of his mother Mrs America Tlncher Sat urday and Suuday MUsea Maud and ClaUd Hamilton paid Miss Sudto Miller a flying visit TuesdayW M Bullock of Auglln has moved Jade to his ijd Jyiroiy Wo are glad to have him with UK again KKIIUY KNOII Kirby Knob April CrPeoplo think this cold spoil has killed the fruit Mr and Mrs Henry Click visited Mr James Williams and family Sat urdny nlghtr Mlsa Molllo nnd Bertha Pearson visited home folks Friday and returned to their school this morning Next Sunday will be our regular meeting and we hope to eon large crowd presentMr and Mrs Gcorgo Johnson wero the guests of Mr James Click and family Sunjlay night MlM Molllo and Bertha Pear son gave tho young folks a social Saturday night They all reported a fine time SAND OAI I Sand Gap March 30Tie making Is very hlanabloMrs Susie Moore Is very 111 of Jun trouble Dr Hayes of McKee was irtUnreoned to see her Wednsda Married recently at homo ot the bride Johnlo Mar cum and Mlas Jennie Brockman Tim groom Is a carpenter the son of Mr o and Mrs Jas Marcum of Richmond Kj and the brldo Is the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Brockman Dnvtd Durham had a fencing Saturday and seemed well pleased with the days workJ G Durham recently visited homo folks Ben and Harry Gabbard went to Bcrea Tuesday where they entered college J W Williams went to Me Kco Tuesday after his little daughter who wan In school to take her to Dreyfus to attend tho funeral of her grandfather Todd Florence Durham Is on thd sick lIe1Tho Rev Wil liam Powell and wlfo of Clover Bot tom attended church at this place SaturdayCharles Durham has sold his farm at this place to his brother James and has bought himself an other farm near PIne Hill James Johnson and wlfo who have been liv ing with David Durham and family havo moved tack to their old homo at Jamestown Maggie Durham wee a guest of Martha and Rosa Harrison Sunday Isaat Hobbs of Hobbs Territory wee a guest of E E Durham Sunday ruivirrr Privett April GPeople of this place aru behind with their work account of so much rale Thera onI lots of sickness Mrs Dora consumpIItlonTho at All Rock Saturday a good crowd attended MUr Maggie Welch of thl11 place Is very low Miss Lou Moul gomery of Maulden Ky Is low with lung troubleMr Dan Bowman of Rerra and Crlt Gantry of Island City Ky passed thru enroete In Island City last Morday The people of this place were clad to see untie DanDr A J Hamilton visited Moorea Creek Thursday on business UBXLBT Burley April 2j Thero Is atSdo In the creeks and several are busily engaged In floating logs and ties Wm McCollum Sr had n log rolling Saturday nnd Invited several neigh her men Lots of work Is reported Mrs Belle Lake pawed thru hero Thursday on her way to visit er father She took dinner with her un cle and aunt Mr and Mrs H H Cole Moat everybody has been gar dening and planting potatoes and tome have been plowing corn ground Eggs toll nl 8Uc her dozcti here Mrs Loulso and Lula Gabbanl via ited Mr John Gabbard near Sand Lick Saturday and Sunday Mr Jack and John Lalc wore at Joe Willi ams on buslnss Saturday night Mr and Mrs John Morris visited their son Mr T L Morris and wife Saturday Mr and Mrs John Rob erts of poor Mlddlefork were tae guests of Mr and MraJoo Williams Sunday night Born to Mrs Dave Oabbanl on the 29th a fine boy Born to Mrs Christ Roberts Monday last n girl There mm a working at Frank Gabbardc Wednesday and one at Jako Gabbards Thursday Tn TrI rFR1I ItnST Travelers Rest April2rDted March 29th tho little six year old daughter of T J Lynch Her re mains will bo laid to rest In Big Sturgeon cemctry Mlnnlo wife of W P Minter died March the 31st Tier remains will bo laid to rest In the Travelers Rest cemotry today Funeral services will be conducted bv Bro S K Ramey of Booncvllle Major Brondcnburgh passed thn hero March 31st moving A M Jtad er to E R SXOU WOO l and Sons wimps Jesse Kldd while sowing ottn last week plowed his knife under It looks ao If ho Is going to rnlso knives G C Travcl ers Rest n flying visit last Sunday 1 O RowUtt is still in the work for The Citizen and says he has good work when he la out on the business J B Rowlett nnd wlfo are still very poorlyJ B Elder Is going on 75 years old MIIILEP01IK Mlddlcfork March 28 Farmers are beginning to hustleMrs 813 Angel and daughter Martha visit ed at Wcc Angels Thursday Docs Wilson has his new house almost completed Mrs Vina Angel has been very poorly but Is better Sir Onoy TusBcy who has been so low with stomach trouble Is Improving Rev Jamek Baker has been nick for several daysJ W Angel of this place and Ellhu Hurley of Hur ley Ky made a business trip to East Dernstadt Wednesday and Thursday Mr Pomp Carpenter of Dango ani Miss Nannie Wilson of thus ploce wen quietly married at the homo of tin bride Monday evening and left Tuesday for WillIamsburg Thero lo A time In every mans education that envy Is ignorance that Imitation Is suicide that ho must take njmdelt for better for worse aj his portion that though the wide universe Is full of good no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but througlf his toll bestowed on that plot o ground given him to till Emerson y THE MARKET v MADISON MARKET lOOMING Richmond April 7Wo had 1400 cattle at Madison Stock yards Monday and nil sold out cleaner than cvjr has been slnco tho yards have boon In existence Stock cattle brought from 3H to C coma Heifers from 316 to 4 cents The outlook for the cattle trade Is good for some tlmo to como About a third of the fat cat tIe of the county aro sold at CU to- G cents to go off in July and Aug ustMule and Jiorso trade better than last court J J Embr- ytiria Prices Eggs per down lie Butter per lb152s Potatoes helm per btb fL06 Apples per bIJ3 00 Bacon per IblollolIam troy Ib12cL- ard per lb12c Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb lltfc ltvi Stick Louisville April 7 IOCS Choice export steers C 75 C CO Light shipping steels C 25 C 75 Choice butcher steers GOO C CO Medium butcher steers 4 CO 6 00 Common butcher steers 3 CO 4 C- OCbelct butcher heifers 4 60 G 00IMedium butcher heifers 3 75 4 60 Common butcher heifers 3 K 3 75 Choice butcher cows 3 75 4 CO Medium butcher cows 3 25 3 75 Common butcher cows 2 CO 15Canners 1 00 2 J5 Choice fat oxen 4 CO C XS Medium oxen 3 00 4 S3 Choice bulls 15 4 00 Medium bulls 2 75 3 25 Common bulls 2 S I 76 Choice veal calves C CO C 00 Medium veal calves 4 00 6 00 Common calves 3 00 4 60 Good feeders 4 25 4 76 Medium feeders 3 75 4 25 Common feeders 3 25 3 76 Cholco stock steers 3 75 4 CO Medium stock steers 225 175 Common stock steers 2 75 15 Choice stock halters 351 75 Medium stock heifers 2 75 3 21 Common mixed stockers 3 60 3 CO Choice milch taws 35 00 45 00 Medium mulch cows 25 00 35 00 Common milch cows 10 00 20 00 JlDql Choice packet and butchers 200 to 300 ibV GIIi Medium paokura and butchers + ICO to 200 Ibs 615 Choice pigs 00120 lbs G SG Light pigs 6000 Ibs 4 GO 4 CO Light ahlppeiB 1201 CO lbs 0 CO toughs 160500 Ibs 3 00 G 80 Buss Choice fat sheep 5 00 C 53 Medium sheep 3 00 4 00 Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Bucks 2 00 4 00 Choice lambs C CO 7 CO Good butcher lambs C 00 d CO Culls and taUeuui 3 CO 500 MESS PORK9 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 1t113c heavy to medium 11 to 113x- BIIOULDEIISSc per lb BACON Clear rib sides 9c regular clear skies 6c breakfast bacon llttc sugar cured shoulders IHc bacon extra 9Vic bellies light lOo Lea vy lOc LARD Prime steam In tierces 8opure leaf In tferccalOc In tuba lOUc DRIED BEEF 12c EGGS Case count I3o per dot candled lie- BUTTER17o per lb POULTRY Spring chickens small 1420o per lb largo IGc hens lOS lo lie thick lie WHEATNO 2 ICe NO I etc- COItNNo 3 whlto CSVic No 3 mixed CS 4e I OATS Now No 3 white CCc No 3 mixed Glc v I RYE No 2 Northern 93c No 3 Northern S3c 0 GIRL NOT DEAD In common with other newspapers Tho Citizen tpmetlmcs gets mlsli formed and publishes as Wows things that never happened We take a rreat deal of trouble lo have thjiiRn straight but sduietiuies people who ought to know the truth give js wrong MorlcB Such a caso hnlllll1ll1 1Ilast week when we stated IhRtI fHewsboth of whom should have knownrWo are glad to say that it is not truo and a letter written by Miss Moborly on April C which has been received In town says that she la very much surprised to learn of her 1 death The Citizen hopes she will accept Its apologies Of Personal interest VWlmr queried the spinster was tho most Interesting thing you ever road My decree of dlvorc promptly replied the grass widow I II ADDS FIVE MllllONS ANDREW CARNEGIE INCREASEC J FUND FOR EDUCATORS IRONMASTER IS GENEROUS I PrefMiers In State Universities to Receive Pensions from Foundation When Legislature and Governor Approve Application Now York Announcement was made Friday night that Andrew Car ncglo would add 5000000 to the fund of the Carnegie Foundation or what ovor sum might be necessary toln+ jcludo ns pension beneficiaries eligible of state universities No provision was mado for this class of educators In tho original gUt for the roan stated by Mr Carnegie at tho time that tho donor thought It possible that such Institutions might prefer that their relations should con tinue exclusively with tho state from wbtch their duct support was derived This view was not takOh by the Na tional Association of State Universi ties which In the year following tho establishment ot the foundation poll tioned the trustees for admittance toI the beaeflts of the retiring allowance jiystcw Original Fund Too Small It was then found that the earnings it the original fund ot 110000000 f Ifcr exhausted through the outlet al faculIboneftted an additional 5099000 would be required The situation wan placed formally before Mr Car jteglc by be Hoary 8 Prltchctt presl LiTJin4f ralt+ T Andrew Carnegie ii dent ot the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement ot Teaching on March 31 last and on that sumo day 6 Mr Carnegie replied that tho money would bo forthcoming for any state OJ Intttltullon whoso application received tho approval of the legislature and governor of Its state Tho additional donation will bo in five per cent lands providing an added annual In come of a quarter a million dollars end a total for yearly disbursement of 1750000 r Mr Carnegies Letter Dr Prltcbott Friday night madn pub lic Mr Carnegies letter promising the further gift and a statement regarding AaaoclatlonffMarch 31 1808 Mr Carnegie wrote to Dr IrUchelt UIIflUy apply tor participation la the fund orfJt will give sue great plewHro to In 53 ae the fund to the extent necea tIwary to admit them I understand you that It all the state universi ties should apply and be admitted live more of five percent b n4would be required making the fund 116000000 In all I From the numerous letters Ihave received from pensioners and their Itt wives and the warm approval of the prose and public I am satisfied the thls fund Is and must be for all tlmu Ji productive ef lasting good not only to the recipients but to the cause of r higher education r Most grateful am I to bo privileged as trustee of this wealth to devote It to such use Truly yours Andrew Caraegte rftl1odea8cholarahlp Winner j kline ln NOb Joseph E Smith H student of Cotner Christian church university of Lfneoln wits designated Thursday as this years Nebraskas winner ot tho Rhodes Noholarshlp at Oxford university lie la 19 years of age a junior end hiss home IB at Overton Neb 4 WellKnown Mennonite Dies Nfiwton Kan B Warkenlln aploti near Kansan and known to the Men tnORilepe01Jleallover the United StBtw Wednesday at I som0polnt In Syria while on a tour of x sL Bufope and Asia tf WIlIamluccecll Dick r Columbus O The Republican state ventral committee late Thursday elect edit A WllllanU of Gelumbiis chair saaa of Hie state executive committee I U rMMeIIual t mate 8eate X OM1rIe1 Dixt- r LFREDVMWERBILT IS SUED WIFE BEGINS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE OR SEPARATION Papers Flied Just After the Multlmll Bonaire Sail and Nature of Suit la Not Revealed New York Within an hour after ho had sailed for Iuropo Wednesday Al- Fred Gwinno Vanderbilt was made the defendant In a ault mod with tho IU promo court by his wife mIen French Vandorbllt Tho nature of tho action was not Immediately disclosed and counsel for the plaintiff refused to say whether Mrs Vanderbilt seeks n divorce or legal separation from her husband hr Vandcrbllt was Ellen French daughter of the late Francis Ormond French president of the Manhattan Trust company and director of many rallroftds Her mother has been abroad for several years but IB return lug for tho wedding of her grand daughter Miss Paulino Leroy Frond and Samuel Wngstaff to take place at Newport on May 5 Ellen or as she was more generally known Elsie French was married to Alfred Van dnrbllt on January 11 1901 A year later their only child William Henry was born Mr Vanderbilt as tho second son of the late Cornelius Vnndcrbllt In herded something like 60000000 Jle has been regarded aa tho bead of the family slnco tho estrangement which followed the marriage of Cornelius the eldest son to Miss Grace Wilson Tho domestic affairs of Mr and Mrs Vanderbilt have engaged pub tic attention since March 24 when Mrs Vanderbilt accompanied by their son and maids left Oakland Farm near Newport It I and went to the homo of her brother Amos Tuck French at Tuxedo Park this state Much of tho furnishings at the New port home have been shipped to Tuxedo Park- HOOSIERS NAME JE WATSON Republicans Put Him Up for Governor and Indorse Fairbanks IndlannpoHs IndThe Indiana Republican sUto convention Thursday adopted a platform Indorsed Vice President Fairbanks and Instructed the 30 state delegates to tho national convention at Chicago to vote and work for his nomination for the pros dency and nominated tho following ticketFor governor James E Watson Rushvlllo for lieutenant governor Fromont C Qoodwlno Wllllamsport for secretary of state Fred A Sims Frankfort for auditor of state John C ntllhclmcr Washington for treas urer of state Oscar Hadloy Plain- fIeld for attorney genera James ningham Muncie for reporter of su promo court George W Self Cory don for superintendent of public in struction Lawrence McTurnan An derson for state statistician J L PeeU Kokomo for judge supreme MyersLogansport First district David Myers Greens burg WATSON AND WILLIAMS Presidential Ticket Nominated by Peo pies Party Convention St Louis For president of the United States Thomas E Watson of GeorgiaFor president of tho United StatesSamuel Williams of Indiana Tim above ticket was nominated Fri day by tho Peoples party convention after two stormy sessions throughout which the Nebraska and Minnesota delegations working in the interest of William J Bryan strove desperately lo bring about an adjournment of the convention until after nominations had been made by tho Democratic and Re publican parties Hopelessly outnumbered and without any chance whatever of gaining their object the Nebraska mon fought desperately to the last and when Jay W Forest of Albany N Y mounted the platform to place Watson In nom ination they withdrew from the con vention attended by the Minnesota delegation which consisted however of only one man T J Welghan Kills In a Courtroom Terro Haute Ind Found guilty of charge of arson hoary F McDonald la tho circuit courtroom Thursday shot and killed Detective William B Dwyer wounded other officers and wee himself seriously wounded Tha shooting tolIuwe the announcement of the verdict of the jury before which McDonald lied been tried on a charge of dynamiting stores and a church In Sanford las year- Wabash Train Is Wrecked Danville III Bast bound Conti nental limited train No 4 of the Wa hash railroad was wrecked bya de festive taU at Catlln nix ralle from this place atone oclock Friday afternoon No one was killed Those most seriously hurt are Jay C English mall clerk of Danville Ill and A II Btocklaad United States deputy Itrsmal Stuttgart Ark Warships Collide 35 Die Portsmouth Hnglamd Thirtysix men Including Lleltt Mlddleton the commander of the torpedo boat destroyer Tiger lost their lly a In the colllsloa oft the Isle of Wight betweea that Vessel and the cruiser Berwick c Theodore Cex Dies In Rawhide hlo1eNeyTbe04ore tox died 1from1Newseat for a auMberot years 114 Femieal etrclee 1 L ydP td t 1 fjI I l1 i i IT E REQUIREMENTS OF OUR FOREIGN DIPLOMACY L COSTLY DISTILLERY BLAZE PEORIA ILL PLANT SUFFERS TO THE EXTENT OF 230000 Four Large Factories In Lynchburg- Va Arc Destroyed by Flames Incendiarism Suspected Poona 1IIFJro which started on the fourth floor of tho elevator of the Corning Distilling companys plant at two a m Friday did 230000 damage to tho building and contents threatened all tho other buildings and 3000 cattle and proved one of the most spectacular blazes seen in years Tho mill or elevator building lea elxstory brick structure 150 foot square In which thousands of bushels of grain aro stored and at tho top of which Is tho machinery for grinding tho corn and other grains for the cookers Tho blaze quickly spread to the other floors and to the still house of the distillery proper adjoining In this building are huge beer stills and tho heat caused an explosion which set the roof of tho beer tower a hundred feet high on fire The burning beer on the roof of this building presented the novel spectacle ot a huge green torch the center ot which was red from the burning timbers As the tower burned down tho colors changed and the outside of tho torch becamo red and the Inside a bright green Lynchburg VaOno of the most destructive fires In this city In 20 years occurred early Friday when four factories three ot them tobacco plants and four negro dwellings were consumed with a total loss of 225 000 and Insurance of 175000 The fire raged during a 20 milo wind and the firemen were powerless to cope with the blaze The factory ot the Norfolk Western Overall company and three tobacco factories occupied by W G Dunnlngton ot Farmvlllo In which more than a million pounds of tobacco for Austrian and Italian trade were stored were the business build Ings destroyed tho loss on the tobacco factories being 115000 fully Insured It is believed that the fire was of Incendiary origin Dunnlngton Is a heavy buyer in Kentucky which gave rise to a report that night riders might have been concerned WEALTHY FARMER MURDERED Two Farm Hands Held for Crime In North Dakota Minot N Dous Johnson a wealthy farmer who lived five miles south of Kenmaro has been murdered and R S Noah and Patsy Coyle are In jail charged with the crime Re cently Johnson employed Noah to work for him and In a few days the latter reported In Kenmare that Johnson had gone to Sweden and had left him and Coyle who proved to be an cxconvlct to his farm In his ab mace Theycommenced to sell grain and stock from the farm and neigh Lora becoming suspicious made a search and found the dead body of Johnson bearing unmistakable evi dences cf violence In the cellar where It had been pitched through a trap door Senate Get Hill Nomination Washington President Roosevelt sent to the sonata Tuesday the nomination of Dr David Jayne Hill to be American ambassador at Berlin Germany Thereslgnatlonor Charlemagne Tower now at the post has been accepted to take effect June 1 AVthit time Pr Hill will Hume his new duties This statement made at the White House Tuesday Is sold to be taken as ahappy ending of the HHI tecldeat Killed In Peculiar Acci lent- rhlladelphlaHcnry Shepherd was by a trolley car Friday In one of the most peculiar accidents ever reported here He waa picking1 dande HOBS aloega wall le frffl of one of the big country estates when a trolley our name along and jumped the track The car ran Into him pinning kirn against the wall Grarinan Ja Dssd- Rawhide vHlIY GranaR the wtinka wasp man died here Friday after a loB tlleo- i t MANY MINERS QUIT WORK Quarter of a Million of Them Drop Their Picks Indianapolis Ind wo hundred and fitly thousand picks dropped from tho hands of as many bituminous coal miners of tbo United States Tuesday evening not to bo used again until a wage settlement has been reached and a scale adopted between the mem Lore of tho United Mine Workers of America and tho coal operators of the various fields The situation however does not Indicate prolonged strike An open winter and Industrial depression have left a largo stock of coal on hand and the differences between miners and operators are very slight It Is prac bully agreed that the present wage scale will be continued but some poll tics In connection with tho change in the national officers of the miners organization and local differences be tween operators and miners have re suited In temporary suspension from work until a new wage scale Is agreed to either by districts op Individual mines SEVERAL PERISH IN FLOODS Rivers In Virginia and West Virginia on the Rampage Elkhorn W VaThe greatest flood over recorded In the history of the Tug river and Elkhorn valleys with tho exception ot that caused by the cloudburst ot seven years ago when a hundred lives wero lost now pro vails In 36 hours tho rainfall regis tered three Inches and tho Elkhorn Tug Bluestone and other streams In Virginia and West Virginia are out of their bankl- Wednesdny night along tho Elkhorn many hundreds of families wero camp- Ing along the mountain sides their homes being inundated Three lives were reported lost at North Fork W Va and two at Keystone W Vo Bridges are washed away along tho Norfolk Western railroad and trffie has been suspended- AGRICULTURAL BILL PASSES House Adopts Measure Carrying Total of 11508806 Washington Carrying a total of 11508806 tho agricultural appropria ion bill was passed by the house ot representatives late Thursday Tho Democrats then began their threat oned filibuster In executive session the senate con firmed the appointments ot David Jayne 11111 as ambassador to Germany Spencer F Eddy as minister of Argen tina and Arthur M Beaupre as minister to the Netherlands EVANS PAIN IS ALL GONE Admiral Much Benefited by the Hot Sulphur Bath Paso Robles II Hot Springs Cal The physicians In attendance on Admiral Evans Friday Issued the following bulletin Admiral Evans feels greatly Improved He slept well during the night and all pain has disappeared PFMcDonald M D 1 E Philips M D The rear admiral said that he greatly enjoyed the hot sulphur baths Judge McAllister Dead JUdgeWardjMcAllister ciety leader of New York died Tues day at a local sanitarium from the effects ot an operation for append cilia Fortwo years he had beena sufferer frost paralysis and In his weakened condition he was unable to survive long after the operation which was performed last Saturday Fall Kills Army Captain Oswego N YCapt Atbert Laws UnttedSlatescavalry downstairs InhJs quarters at Fort Ontario Ills skull was fractured and his brainlacerated Ills hpinowasln Eastern Shore Pfc lay Rum KIII1 Two Men Detroit MichAA special from De catur a tows la Vati Baron county says Edwin Caraey Jr aged 22 i James Mahoney aged 38 years dead trdrinking bay ruin w Y- yar J s t vs Round About the 1 i What Ii Going On Different ODD Sections of Kentucky W FARMERS FLEE FROM FLOODS I Residents of Towns Along Rivers Suf fer From High Water Lexington KyAccording to re ports received from the mountain dis tricts here has been great damage floho by the flooded streams Much territory embracing the lowlands along the Licking river Is flood edand farmers report extensive losses In Rowan county many farms are under water and towns along the creeks and rivers suffer greatly front high w ter- Tholltreams of Bath county arc sold to bo higher than at any time in tho last 20 years Saltllck and Wyoming river towns are portly under water and residents are going about In boats Many parsons bavo moved their household good to tho upper floors of their residences In Wyoming tho wa ter la four foot deep In tho streets of the town A sawmlUanda largo quantity of lumber has been washed awayCattle in tho flooded sections of tho state were removed before tho sudden rise and tho loss from drowning Is lightIn Valley View water Invaded many houses and many persons have taken what goods they can and havo gone to adjacent hilltops The flood iir tho worst experienced hero in six years PLANT BED DESTROYED First Destruction of Tobacco In Davis County Is Reported Owcnsboro KyTho first destruc Lion ot tobacco property in the Green river district occurred in this county The plunt beds of Jacob Hardin near Ens or wero heavily salted and a note was left on a stick In tho bed warning him not to grow any tobacco The canvas was stolen from tho beds tf W E Whitely and Tom French and tho beds trampled Whltely is a tobacco buyer as well M a large grower TwentyTwolndlcted- Kenton Ky Twentytwo night ri ders have been Indicted here 11 for murder In the Birmingham raid In which two negroes wero killed Seven have been arrested and are out on bond One night rider killed in tho Birmingham raid was burled on the bank of the Tennessee river Citizens of Denton lire armed for tho protec lion of tho grand jury and officers conducting the Investigation A raid en this town Is expected every night Felix Feltner Pardoned Frankfort KyActing Gov Cox pardoned Felix Feltner of Perry coun ty from serving two years In the pent tentlary having been convicted at Winchester two years ago for con tempt of court during the 100000 damage suit of Mrs Abrella Marcum against Judge James Ilargls and oth ers on the charge of attempting to spirit away Mose Feltner Mrs Mar cums star witness Increasing Values Frankfort KyThe board of equal ization passed on the assessments of the counties that follow and the per centage of increase Is Farm land and personalty Carlisle 5 Hickman 10 Hancock B Henderson 2 Simpson 15 Todd 10 Hart 10Sbelby 3 Washington Bracken 10 Lewis 5 Mason 5 Robertson 5 Town lots Washington G Robertson 5 Arbor Day AprJl1- 7FranktortKyActlng Gov Cox is sued a proclamation flung April 17 as Arbor day In Kentucky Ho recom mends that Arbor day be considered a holiday in all tho schools that the school authorities take this occasion to beautify the grounds about tho school buildings by planting trees Wrecked Them Louisville Ky There are 1400 pa tients at Lakeland asylum more than ever before In the history of the Insti tutlon This city It is said bas sent more patients recently than at any other time Most of them are business men who became demented over finan cial reverses Negro Is Run Out Trenton Ky There Is no truth lathe report sent out that George Tutt colored was taken from jail here by a mob ot masked men Tutt was sent to jail for carrying concealed weapons and when his sentence expired he was ordered to leave town Half of LifeSpent Prison Frankfort KyAttO serving more than half ot hla life In the peniten tiary hero John Hunter 45V a negro was pardoned by Acting OovCox Hunter was convicted In 1854 under the habitual criminal act on tho charge tot stealing 113 from a drummer Elmendorf Barn Burns J Lexington KyTho barn on tha Elmendorf farm owned byrJ B Hag Rln burned Thirtythree mares arid eleven cqlts wore destroyed All the mares wore with font but two The knownnI Lexington bconvlctShot KYClark Taylor aasx convict was shot and probably fatally wounded by Clarence CUyboura n rubber employed by Trainer John Ire skeetuetoe occurred a crap Kame 0 I1 W- J J J- J Id i it8 0 f i U II Jssssss i Statein ARRIVAL OF TROOPS At Murray Was In Time To Prevent Outrages By Night Riders Murray Ky Murray Is under the guard of a mounted company of tho Second regiment hurried hero on or ders from Acting Gov Cox The troops are Members ot tho Whltcsburg and Mlddlocboro companies The soldiers wero sent hero on request or Judge A J G Wells It being reported that 160 night riders were forming at Kuksey and would attack the town Tho mllltla rodo from Hopklnsvllla tifailedThe town Is quiet and the presence of tho troops has relieved tho high tensionEvery nIght for a week citizens of Calloway county have been whipped by night riders and women and chip dren terrorized The principal outrages were committed In the eastern part of the county NOT GUILTY 1 The Aldermen Find Themselves In Graft Inquiry Louisville Ky The board of alder men received and adopted a report I made by a committee of that body ab solving Its members of any degree of guilt In the matter of graft which was implied from editorial utterances of George Av Newman editor of a rellubIheart newspaper They found the Inti mation to havo been based on Idle rue morsThe lower board the council considered a report from a committee of Its membership in the same matterYTho body split on tho language of thtJIcommittee report Blakey Second Assistant Frankfort Ky Attorney General Breathltt announced that he had ap pointed Theo B Blakey of Beatty ville as his second assistant attorney general and that Chas H Morris who was assistant to former Attorney Gen temporarilyder the bill Looking To Indiana Louisville Ky Local tobacco men have been distributing tobacco seed In Southern Indiana They seek td in crease the acreage in the counties across the river in the hope that the Indiana authorities will not permit such lawlessness as has been ram i pant in Kentucky fields Churches Are Flooded Lexington KyConslderablo dam ago has been done by high water at Valley View near here Tho water surrounds many residences tho post office church and public school build ings Several families iraro drivenv from their homes by water and toolc refuge on hilltops Union Officer Arrested Henderson Ky Henry Robertson secretary of Miners Union No 1021 was arrested hero charged by the dis tract organizer with tho embezzlement ot 15380 It Is claimed that Robertson reported only the colored mem bers and pocketed the per capita tax on 13 whltof To Fight Equity Society Vancebnrg KyA law and order league has been organized at Poplar Flat to oppose the Equity Society II Many threats have been made by perISons opposing the Equity movement against II C Myers who Is the most active member of the society Joins Salvation Army Frankfort KyForsakIng Mends and social position Gayle Spencer son 4 of Rev L J Spencer of Lexington has come to this city to don tim cap and r suit of the Salvation Army prlvata s He will make a study of prison wodccat the state penitentiary v Revenue Collections Ixmlsvllle Kyrho total Internal revenue collection for March 1909 reached 128616170 This Is a de crease from the record of March 1907 which was a recordbreaker but it shows that the revenue on whisky and tobacco Is picking up Candidate For Delegate 4 London KyColnMJac1oD of this city hastannounced himself as a candidate for delegate to the demo i cratlc national convention at Denver I He Iron of the best known demo crats Jn Eaptern Kentucky r Drown Manchester KyMlaa Cora Evans who was living at the home of Dr IL y A Thompson drowned herself Jn a f rlver3bo left a letter stating that e J she had been falsely accaecd of some + offense by her fatBer Hlgh Priced Yearling r Louisville KyJohn E Madde paid Jake E Greenburg of Louisville 2500 for a yearling It was of the famous Star Shoot get and brought the soupiest sum given for a yearling l here In some time jrc Adjt Gen Johnston Returns Prankfort KyAdjt Gen PPJohnston who has been away on aye cation for the past fearatoatkreturn Q M to kifl office awl will be actively U charge of the state salutary rdeprV Leatia the future f 4 t j 1 I 1 I YffCA lABa We have just received a CAR LOAD of the celebrated Hickory Carriage Cos Buggies Surreys and 1 Runabouts They are built from A Grade material in the Latest Style and Finish xyPRICES ARE REASONABLE 4 j FURNITURE AND STOVES IF YOU DONT find in My Store the Largest and Cheapest Combined Line of Furniture Stoves Carpets Rugs and Wall in this or adjoining Counties it wont cost you a cent 1Paper Keep the Kook and Kitchen House Cleaning is a Pleasure 1 KoolIfdone on the GLOBE WERNEKE ELASTIC A NEW PERFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME BOOK CASE PLAN by sections or units Dont OIL STOVE will do it Sold exclusively by Racceptone just as good Have a real one me- A USE NO JT y l 1A FEW t Refrigerators Unmatchable Prices Gocarts Gocarts 98ctoJO 14Rugs 14c to 25 11 f strapInc to per yar J the baby on their the Kool Komforts Refrigerators 250 to 15 r backs If you will strap your baby4 KeeCook Stoves 250 to 15 T t N of Life 15 TO 30 Y in one of Chrisman c s nice little shaded until you getSEWING MACHINES 5 TO 25 Gocarts it wont bea little Indian IRON BEDS 150 TO 10 s 1 i i t w papooseI t J WALL PAPER 5C TO 50C PER ROLL LARGE STOCK Iqf o Q fIi PICTURES FRAMES AND MIRRORS TOO LOW TO WASTE THIS INK A PRICIN TY A 0 i Your inspection solicited your buying insisted r Satisfaction guaranteed and all will have agreed that This is the Place 3 c d Rec PHONE 26Ir BEREA KENTUCKYA 1 rao iA la- r r J a 4 J A srli rM r r + w ti