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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 111 I I I J 1EREA PUDLISHINS CS- txexrrosTS1 lUlU FIIST aaer- 1Mrrd at IM rocteffl III Bert Rr III nud IifI UfIOO- Uwooe e e o oep NM I Vol IX Five cents COUNTY APRIL 10 One Dollar year No 42 NEWS OF THE WEEK Big Boston Fir Hughes Falls to New York Bettlne Talk of War with Vtntzu ln Illinois begin Cleaning out Saloons 10000000 BOSTON A flro In Boston which started In a plla of rags burned nil ono district known ns Chelsea cautlng a loss tot 10000 000 In property and four lives Ten thousand people aro mada homeless All tho bankr in tho district most ot the school houses and churches tbt hospital cud till public buildings were burned and thero Is great sutterlnj In tho city I BETTING CRUSADE FAJISoov Hughes strong fight to got bills prohibiting betting at the race tracks passed by tba Now Yorl legislator has failed the vote on tho bills be ing a Us Ho says hn will try again It Is understood that a good deal of money was needed to get tho votes against tho bills- TROUBLE WITH VENEZUELA Thcro linn been a good deal of talk recently oC a tight with Vcnezula a little mountain republic in South America whero they hold elections with rifles because the dictator who happens to be In control one Clprl ano Castro has beaten sotno Ameri can millionaires out ot their rights In some asphalt lakes and mahogany forests Cipriano says that the Am ericans had violated the agreement under which they were allowed to tho business and that as a consequ cues they have torcfelted all rights and that tho local courts have pass ed on the case lie It probably right but the State Department wanted to make sure and he has been no sassy that some people feel like fighting Tho wholo muddle is not worth much and while the army and navy Ufo ready to act If necessary there Is mighty little chance that they will be called on LOCAL OPTION IN ILLINOIS Illinois held Its first election under Its new local option law lost Thursday and tho drya won In 1053 town ships losing In only 2 2 These last are mostly In tho big cities The law allows tn election to make tho town dry at any time and n good many morn will bo held right away HARR1MAN WINS AGAINfl II Harriman who Is generally consider ed ono of tho most undesirable citizens In tba country has scored another remarkable triumph and ono shows again both the vileness ot his methods and the cleverness which bus given him the great rawer He has for 5000000 all borrowed got control ot the Eric Railroad a corporation worth 400000000 besides making a little cash out of flue deal Besides all this ha has got a lino which completes the eysUm un der his control from tho Atlantic to the Pacific and his system gets nn entrance to tow York Pretty good bargain for tho money eh PASS LIABILITY BILL Both Houses of Congress have now passed tho Employers Liability Dill under which a workman on a railroad can t recover damages If ho Is hurt in any traffic from state to state whether he Is negligent or not It Is drawn to meet tho flaws which the Supremo Court found In similar law pUlled last year HITS JIM CROW LAW President RooiovcU has ordered that Southern Rathoade bo made to obey the law which provides that cars tor the col ored people must be as good as those for tho whites 110 says that somo of time roads are not obeying tills law and will have them prosecuted EXPRES ROOSEVELTRooco velt hag been recently reported as saying that after ho retires from tho presidency he will around tho world for a year or two so no ono can say that ho Is trying to boss Mr Taft or Interfere In tho government u FLRET ON THE MOVE Tho battleship fleet hab finished Its tar get practice at Magdelcna Bay and started on tor San Francisco Thero I will bo oevcrnl stops with entertain ments Admiral Evans who com handed the fleet 011 Its wonderfulj voyage Is etlll seriously 111at a sanatorium In California M EXPELS 306 STUDENTS The faculty ot Cicmson College In South Carolina line expelled 305 students halt of the school for staying attas1s eritxrage rr j 0 vas + is 1it 1 T CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain people oplBEREA MADISON KENTUCKY 4about ii4fr TAfT GAINtNG Is Getting Delegates In Favorite Son States Johnson Willing to Accept Democratic Nomination NEW YORK FOR TAFT Tho the Now York stole convention lnstrut cd the four delegates nt large to vote for Hughes as was expected It WAS evident that this was moral complimentary and that tho convon tlon was for Taft This was shown when the Hughes men tried to have the district delegates instructed for Hughes and wero badly beaten Also tho delegates were merely Instructed to uso all honorable means to get Hughes nominated and not to vote for him till nominated as Is usually the case when they mean business JOHNSON WILLINGGov Johnson of Minnesota who la being suggested as a candidate against Bryan has mado formal announcement that whilo ho Is not campaigning for the nomination ho would lw willing t acceit It- SMOOTH TAFT SCHEME It evident that tho Taft managers are not golnt to let anyone beat them by saying that Taft has not got all tho Ohio delegates Several people have been trying to argue that Taft was not a good candidate because there were some delegates from hill own state against him but his managers have fixed that by breaking up every solid delegation but one Fairbanks lie got his delegation solid before they got started but then he Is only a Joke anyway Now the Taft men have taken threo delegates away from Hughes in New York two away from Cannon In ill InoU and thrte away from LaFolIette In Wisconsin have also xot two In Pennsylvania This kind of spoils tho other fellows argument MR PORTER LEAVES BANKI Tho business men In Berca and many others will ta sorry to learn of the resignation as cashier of the Bank and Trust Company of Mr W II Porter who has been clos ely Indcntlfled with that Institution since It was founded and has done eo much to put it In its present fine condition Mr Porter has found that lib outside interests hero are so large that ho cannot afford longer to glvo to tho work ot the bank the tlmo a cashier should Ho will not leave town as has been reported but on tho contrary Is planning to in main and oven extend his buslncm Interests especially In timber deal Ings Ills resignation from tho bank takes effect Juno 1 Tho directors of the Bank accepted Mr Porters resignation with regret for they felt that It bo diffi cult to fill his place No selection of his successor has yet been made and there Is no ono definitely In sight for the place Mr Porters letter of resignation follows Berca Ky April H 1008 To the Directors ot the Bcrea Bank and Trust Company Gentlemen You will please accept my resignation as cashier of the Be rea flank and Trust Company to become effective Juno first 190S or al- an earner date It satisfactory arrange ments can bo made J would rcquect also that competent accountant bo employed to check up and audit tho books and accounts ot the bank at tho tlmo ii successor Is Installed I wish to the Board for nil of tho favorH nndcourtesles shown mo from time to tlmo and to say that tt- Is with considerable feeling of regret to sever my connection wth the Institution after having been so close ly Indcuttflcd with Its history and making slnco Its organization somo seven years ago I feel that I havo made a personal sacrifice to remain with tho flank aa Its cashier thus far and as the bank Is now In a splendid condition with a largo and Increasing list of customers a large surplus fund and a good reserve do not think It ar unfavorable time to mako n change W II Porter THINGS TO THINK OF Dutlfig will always be more Import ant than rights No man can do good work wnen his bratn is muddy 1very law looks blue to the man lio wants to break it A good man builds success on a foundation of failure He who keeps one heart from ba sling hits not lived in vain fI THE POWER OF EXAMPLE Scientists these days are proving over ngain things thai ovary body has known always almost anti some of the things show up in such startling fashion that it is worth while to stop and think about them just us if they wore new One of the things that has been proved up that way recently is the power of example The preachers have always talked about itBnd we have nil allowed that there was something in it but now they have got it down in figures and can prove that an example set by some one else is worth just so largo a per cent of your own strength to you This is the way they prove it A man is fastened to a chair and told to do some one ihingovor and over again till he is tired out Say he lilts his hand and drops it and does it again and again till his arm is so tired ho just cant move it Then they scold him and make fun of him and maybe n pin into him and so he does it few times more but finally he stops again and simply cant go on And the people cant make him tillsame one sits down in front of him where he can see them and does the thing he has grown tired of do ing And then the follow goes ahead and does it all right nod he can do it almost as well as at tho lint and keep it up a long timoall because he has seen tome one else do it Now just think what that means in every day life If a man has been saying No to the fellows that are asking him to drink and has said it over and over until he is almost worn out and is just ready to quit and take a dram and then ho sees some one else say No good and hard it will probably save him And if a follow has hard work to support his wife and children and is about worn out and envying the people that he thinks are rich and have things easy till ho is about ready to quit and then he sees some one else working hard and cheer fully it will give him strength to take up his burden and go ahead And there are lots of places just like those of us that amounts to anything wants to do good in this world nail sometimes we go long ways out of our way to help some one a little And here is shown we have all known it before but it is shown up good and clear again hero is shown way of helping without doing any more than we ought to for our own good If tee just do what is right all day and every day we will be telling these examples to lots of people that wo meet and pass and that we may not know need help and our example may do more good than any good thing wo ever do It is a chance to jump at DR LUSK DEAD Dr John L Lusk ono of Bercas best known and loved citizens passed away from a compllctlon of diseases last Wednesday morning Tho funeral was held Wednesday evening at 300 in the Baptist Church the Rev Messrs VanWinkle and Brandenburg conducting the cervices Dr LuslC was El years old having been born In Laurel County lie was a graduate from the University rf Louisville In 1888 and at onco began practice hero having already made his home here before his graduation For twenty years ho was the lead Ing practitioner thru many miles of country around here nnd he won the esteem and love of all by his readi ness to servo rich or poor at any cost to himself when thero was any need Till his lllnets brought on by over work overtook him eight years ago he was In all respects a model country doctor and an honor to his profession Since then Increasing Illness and in firmities have handicapped him but he has retained to the end the highest regard of his acquaintances- Dr Lust married Miss Juan Azblll daughter of Dr O T Azblll She bore him two children neither of whom lived and Is his only survivor The funeral was one of the largest ever held In Berca and there were more wet eyes than are often seen Hundred felt In hilt death the loss of a dear friend and agreed with AT VanWinkle when he said that Dr Lusk had dono harm only to himself but that he had given his life for others in tho of Him who said Not to be ministered unto but to minister v SULLIVAN FOR GOVERNOR The Henry County Local Nominate Hon Jerre Sullivan of Mad ison County From Shulby Record Tho Henry Local last week paid a deserved compliment to the man ot the hour In Kentucky and suggests him as tho Democratic candidate tug Governor nt tho next election Like ourArolhcr dulllon wo know of no mrn In tho Stato who Is better fitted for tho place and nut one whom wi believe could como nearer to harmon Izftig tho troubles that aro within tho There are other men llko Mr SullvanDen JoLnson and Olllg James for Instance It la such man as these who must take the lead here after If wo hope to get Kentucky back Into tho Democratic column The Local rays Tho tuna of commanding ability and character In thin assembly was Ilon1J A Sullivan ot Madison Co With broad Intellectual scope and foresight akin to prescience ho came Into the body with largo thoughts and plans accompanied with a reserve power and taco of character that en abled him to effectuate them In Legis lation Consequently tho new laws that will make moat largely for tho good of the Stata wero his moauresr anti they ark ot lijoalcuable Impor i I- Ii tance Tho betterment of educational conditions was his chief aim and he did moro for the cause with a few strokes of his genius than had been accomplished in a halt century ot tinkering by empy lcietc Ills splen did powers seem never to have been warped by prejudice but his Influence which was ever a positive quantity exerted Itrelt In ever case along the lines ot true statesmanrhlp for the exercise of which In theee days ot graft creed and llttlo men time lower house of the legislature Is no mean forum Mr Sullivan Is the man of the hour in Kentucky He has all chi elements and attributes for a great Governor of the State With him at the head ot the Democratic ticket conISPRING The dreary winter has passed away Tho happy warblers sing Tho Southern breezes softly blow And tells ui now tis Spring Oh welcome lovely Spring time So cheerful bright and fair The landscape now Is beaming With beauty rich and rare Tho charms oJ spring aro wonderful All nature now seems glad After the chilly winter days So lonely dirk and sad The bleak and dreary winter It has no charms or mirth It often seems to me almost God has forsaken earth t But now In His great mercy dayssOh marvelous aro His hays The swallows now are acre again The snow birds ah aro flown Oh wo shoult thank our Father For the kindness Ho has shown Tho happy frogs are croaking Their chorus to tho streams The sky now has a summer hue The sun sheds brighter beams The busy beer are humming Among the butts and flowers That grow so sweet and beautiful In springs refreshing showers Tho buttercups and daisies Are peeping through the grass And seem to nod a welcome To tho breezes as they pass The pathway now Is soft and green Beneath our weary feet And In the woodlands and the fields We hear the lambs glad bleat And uCtenVl1en I hear them I join them in their mirth- I am so glad to know again Gods Jot forsaken earth Florence Durham IN QUO own STATE Powers Pardon Plea Heard Tart Greeted Warmly on Trip to Louis vllle Prohibitionists Plan State Or ganization POWERS ARGUMENTS BEARD Gov Willson last Saturday and Mon day heard arguments for and against tho pardon of Caleb Powers He bas not yet announced his decision Powers friends claim thatthey know there will be a pardon but a good many other people say that Wlllsons pledge during the campaign still prevents him from pardoning any ono ed with the Goebel case and thatI Powers will have to stand another trial TAFT IN LOUISVILLE Secretary Taft spent part of two days In Louisville last week and was enthusiastically welcomed He made a number pt speeches and when ho got thru even the most rabid Democratic papers coud find nothing to say against him After he left the state Chairman Ernst of tho Republican State Central Committee Issued the following statement believe that every one of tlio twentysix delegates sent by Ken tucky to the Republican national con vention will go for Taft I believe that there will be a hard fight all along the line but I am confident that the people are for Taft and tint they will Instruct their delegates accordingly The two delegates from tho first district tar we are contesting were fairly Taft delegates and I Include them In my estimate PROHIBITION CONVENTION ViceChairman Huram W Davis cf Louisville Ky has called a meet Ing of the ptate Centrai Committee of the Prohibition party to consider the matter of holding a State Con vention and of appointing delegates to the National Convention to b held In Columbus Ohio July 15 Kentucky Is entllted to 37 dele gated and an number of alternates to this convention If It Is decided not to hold the State Con vention the delegates will be ap pointed by this committee National Chairman Chas n Jones of Chicago will meet with tho committee- It will be well for those who wish to bo candidates to send their names to the ViceChairman to be present ed to the Committee BURNED TO DEATH Mrs Jane Willoughby a woman aged S 9 was burned to death In her home near Georgetown her dress catching fire from her cob pipe HARGIS STAYS IN JAILJudge Adams last Saturday refused to grant ctiud Sixth Pages 4r V I T 0 18 CltliB ii Srswlag Rap 5 w Let Yettr usbus g i Kttp Pace With It iy Advr g I 0till+we o o ooe e s opsi a 1108 a s Stop which a travel i Ir f a S They Bcrea would a thank I 1 stick a Each a a spirit party I whom equal Mary MONEY TALKS r The Road te Wealth and Hew the Bank can Help You Any body who ha ordinary health and earning capacity can become in a measure flncnclrIl7 Independent In a few yeac It ho will It lr only necessary to regularly and systematically rave the small amounts which most people carelessly let slip through their fingers every dayIf deposited from tlmo to time In our savings department at 4 per cent compound Interest these small savings will In surprisingly short tlmo amount to a considerable sum A good credit balance In our say In3 department puts Us owner In d position to take Immediate advant- a e of every opportunity to mako a profitable Investment and at the snore time the money Is not Idle tWe pay four per cent compound Interest on every dollar for everyi day It remains In our care and money may bo withdrawn at any tlmct with out any previous notice or other 1 formality of any kind t- Our resources of more than a quarter of a million dollars and our capital surplus and stockholders Ha blaltty of one hundred end tens thou sand dollars more arc Insurance for the safety of your deposits Y Bcrea Dank ft Trust Co TRYING TOBACCO RAIDERS ITho fight against the night riders I goes on but without any Important l results so far Over twenty men have been Indicted and arrested and ono Is on trial but there have been no convictions and the riding goes or asusualThe sensational developments have come In the trial of Jake El Ida alleged captain of the riders in Calloway County Witnesses guarded by troops swore that they had been forced Into the band under threats of death and had been made to take a blood oath They said that thera 1 were many In the league for like reasons and who had no sympathy with the riders Also they told of the doings ot the riders and gave per Itlvo testimony against several of the leaders and members ot the gangs The night riders who are in jail In Galloway County tried to get help from the outside but their letters have been founds and double guards have been placed on the jail Soldiers aro on duty In tho town and tire trials are proceeding with rifles to the court room Tho raiding has spread into one new county Boyle and there has been disorder within a few miles ot Danville ESOZED THAT W THE SPRING ABOUT EATEIL 1IMFWE sUOULO AL COME OUT IN NEW CLOTHES I IT MAKES US LOOk POOR AND FEEL POOR WITH OLD CLoTHES ON WE ARE our OF DATE BURR BRoWU 4 EASTER IS NEARLY HERE ARE YOU READY roR IT THE LILIES ARE LooM- ING OUT IN BEAUTY ARE YoUr IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY GOT YoUR NEW DRESS FOR EASTER IS iT yeeHIGH TlMEfI COYLE HAYES You Pay Ltss Or Got More a BOB HAMPTON i of PLACER dY IANIALL PAR is IIUllIfJ Jl- IlIfliIJRllf f lill iflLl1vl Jtl71 JYltfllGllGffl 3- cr y yNr r e AEftlllJ in1 rJWflflJCUWLflflflF SYNOPSIS A detachment rtbElabteenth Infantry from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In n narrow corg Among them to a stranger who Introduce hImself by the name of Hampton also Glllls the nnd a majority of the aoldlera are killed daughter Qllll dnringradthreedare elege Hampton of fern assistance to girt and she asc- epta CHAPTER IIIcontinued She shook off the restraining touch of his hand as it It were contamination and sank down upon her knees beside the Inort body Ho could barely per celvo the dim outlines of her bowed figure yet never moved his breath perceptibly quickening while ho watched and waited Without word or moan she bent yet lower and pressed her lips upon the cold white faco Tho man caught no more than the faintest echo of a murmured Good by old dad I wish T could take you with me Then she stood stiffly up right facing him Im ready now she announced calmly You can go on ahead r They crept among low shrubs and f around the bowlders carefully guard- Ing every slightest movement lest same rustle of disturbed foliage or sound of loosened stone might draw the fire of those keen watchers Every Inch of their progress was attained through tedious groping yet the dls tance to be traversed was short and Hampton soon found himself pressing against tho uprising precipice Against that background of dark cliff they might venture to stand erect tho faint glimmer of reflected light barely sum dent to reveal to each the shadowy outline of tho other Dont move an inch from this spot fie whispered It wouldnt bo a square deal Kid to leave those poor fellows to their death without even telling them theres a change to get out She attempted no reply as he glided noiselessly away but her face could he have seen it was not devoid of expression This was an act ot gener osity and deliberate courago of the very kind most apt to appeal to her nature and wXMn her secret heart there waS rapidly developing a re spect for this man who with such calm assurance won his own way Then suddenly that black curtain was rent by jagged spurts of red and yel low flame Dazed for an instant her heart throbbing wildly to the sharp reports of the rifles she shrank cower fag back her fascinated gaze fixed on those implike figures leaping for ward from rock to rock Almost with the flash and sound Hampton sprang hastily back and gathered hor la his armsCatch hold Kid anywhere only go up and quick Sho retained no longer any mem ory of Hampton her brain was com pletely terrorized Inch by inch foot by foot clinging to a fragment of rock here grasping a slippery branch there occasionally helped by encountering a deeper gash in the face of the preci pice her movements concealed by the scattered cedars sho tolled feverishly up The first time she became aware that Hampton was closely following was when her feet slipped along a naked roof and she would have plunged headlong into unknown depths had she not come In sudden contact with his supporting shoulder Faint and dizzy and trembling like a leaf of an aspen she crept forward onto a somewhat wider ledge of thin rock sad lay there quivering painfully from head to foot A moment of suspense And he was outstretched beside her resting at full length along tho very- outer edge his hand closing tightly ever her own- Remain perfectly quiet he whis pered panting heavily We can be no safer anywhere else Skots and yells the dull crash of blows tho shouts of men engaged In A death gra4ple the sharp crackling of Innumerable rifles tho inarticulate moans of pain tho piercing scream of sudden torture were borno upward to them from out the blackness All at once tho hideous uproar ceased with a final yelping of triumph seemingly reuchped the entire length of the chasm in the midst of which ono sin o Klo voice pleaded pitifully only to die away In a shriek Tho two agoa Iced fugitives lay listening their ears strained to catch the slightest sound from below Hamptons cars could die corn evidences of movement and he heard guttural voices calling at a die tance but to the vision all was black These uncertain sounds ceased the trained oars of the fugitives hearda tho crashing of bodies thick shrubbery and then even this noise died away In the distance Yet neither ventured to stir or speak It may lie that the girl slept fitfully worn out by long visit and Intense train but the man proved less for tunate his eyes staring out continual IT fete the black void his thoughts ulna elks days His features wore drann and haggard when the first goy dawn found ghastly reflection long the opposite roolE summit and vltb blurred aye be watched the falat a a J C tinge of returning light steal down ward Into the canyon At last It swept aside thaso lower clinging mists as though some Invisible hand had drawn back tho night curtains and he peered over tho edge of his narrow resting place gazing directly down upon the scene of massacre With a quick gasp of unspeakable horror ho shrank so sharply back as to cause the suddenly awakened girt to start and glanco into his face What Is lit she questioned with quick catching of breath reading that which she could not clearly interpret In his shocked expression Nothing of consequence and he faintly endeavored to smile I suppose I must have been dreaming also and most unpleasantly No pleaso do not look down It would only cause your head to reel and our upward climb Is not yet completed Do you feel strong enough now to make an other attempt to reach the top Can wor one questioned helplessly We can simply because wo must and his white teeth shut together firmly There Is no possibility of retrae ing our steps downward but with the help of this daylight we surely ought to bo able to discover some path lead- Ing up He rose cautiously to his feet press Ing her more closely against the face of the cliff thus holding her In com parative safety while preventing her from glancing back into the dizzy chasm The most difficult portion of their journey was apparently just before them More than onco they tottered on the very brink held to safety I I Rather merely by desperate clutchlngs at rock or shrub yet never onco did the man loosen his guarding grasp of his com panion Pressed tightly against tho smooth rock feeling for every crevice every slightest irregularity of surface making use of creeping tendril or dead branch daring death Inch of the way those two creepers at last attained the opening to a little gulley and sank down faint and trem bUng The girl glanced furtively at him long lashes shadowing the expression of her lowered eyes In spite of deep prejudice she felt Im polled to like this man ho accomplished things and ho didnt talk It was nothing more serious than a hard and toilsome clhnb after that a continuous struggle testing every muscle straining every sinew causing both to sink down and again panting and exhausted no longer ulated by Imminent peril The narrow cleft they led somewhere away from the exposed front of precipice yet arosq steep and jagged before them It wasTirldged finally by a cedar trunk which Hampton wrenched from out its rocky foothold and the two crept cautiously forward to emerge the sunlight rested golden at tho summit They sank face downward In the short grass barely conscious that they had finally won their desperate passage Hampton succeeded Ia tie JY k t- le w vSY lifting his tutee body and his held until ho could sit partially tip light and gaze unsteadily about The girl yet remained motionless at his feet her thick hair a mass of red gold in the sunshine completely concealing her face her slender figure quivering to sobs of utter exhaustion Before them stretched tho barren plain brown desolate drear offering In all its wide expanse no hopeful promise of rescue With hand partially shad ing his aching eyes from tho blinding glare the man studied Its every exposed feature his faco hardening again into lines of stern determina Ion Tho girl stirred from her post tlon flinging back her heavy hair with ono hand and looking up Into his face with eyes that read at onco his disappointment Have have you any water efl1 she asked at last her lips parched and burning as If from fever He shook the canteen dangling for gotten at his side There may bo a few drops ho said handing It to her although scarcely removing his fixed gazo from off that dreary plain We shall be obliged to make those trees yonder there ought to be water therein plenty and possibly we may strike a trail There was nothing more said between them Like two automatons they started off across tho parched grass tho heat waves rising and fall Ing as they stumbled forward Neither realized until then how thoroughly that hard climb up the rocks tho strain of continued peril and the long abstinence from food had sapped their strength yet to remain where they were meant certain death all hope found Its center amid thoso distant beckoning trees No one can explain later bow such deeds are over accomplished hew the torturcu acid controls physical weak ness and compels strained sinews to perform tho miracle of action when all ambition has died Hampton surely must have both seen and known for he kept his direction yet never after wards did he regain any clear memory ot It CHAPTER IV On the Naked Plain It was 218 miles as the crow flies old Fort Dethuno and the rock ford crossing the Dear Water overy foot of that dreary treeless distance Indianhaunted tho favorite If Select Your Bullet Than the Rocks What Then along every the again sUm followed the where Slowly reeling between skulking place and hunting ground of the restless Slonx Winter and summer thus vide expanse had to be sus piciously paroled by numerous mIll tary scouting parties anxious to learn more regarding the uncertain whereabouts of wandering bands and the purposes of malcontents One such company composed of a dozen mounted Infantrymen accom panted by three Crce trailers rode slowly and wearily across the brown exposed uplands down Into the longer greener grass of tho wide valley bot tom until they emerged upon a hardly perceptible trail which wound away in snakelike twlstlngs toward those high barren hills whose blue masers wero darkly silhouetted against the western sky The animals moved steadily forward reluctant and weary their heads drooping dejectedly their distended nostrils red and quivering tho oily perspiration streaking their dusted sides The tired men halt blinded by the glare lolled heavily In their deep cavalry saddles with encrusted eyes staring moodily ahead Riding alone and slightly In Ad vance of the main body his mount A rangy broadchested roan streaked with alkali dust the tlJOplngbed telling plainly of wearied muscled was tip after In command lIe wasap- leasantfaeed stalwart young felfotr with the trine llEurept a trained all Me possessing a square chin smooth r7 1 fr shaven hs rntclllgwrt KM eyes- halt concealed beneath his hat brim which had been drawn Tow to shade thorn from tho glare ono hand press Ing upon his saddle holster as he leaned over to rest No inslgna of rank served to distinguish him from those equally dusty follows plodding gloomily behind but a broad stripe of yellow running down tho seams of his trousers together wltb his high boots bespoke the cavalry service while the front of his battered campaign lint bore the decorations of two crossed sabers with a glided 7 prominent between His attire was completed by a coarse blue shirt unbottoned at the throat about which had been loosely knotted a darker colored silk handkerchief and across the back of tho sad die was fastened a uniform jacket the single shoulder strap revealed relenting the plain yellow of a second lieutenantAttaining to the summit of a slight knoll whence a somewhat wider vista lay outspread he partially turned his fuco toward the men straggling along In tho rear while his hand swept icross the dreary scene If that lino of trees over yonder Itillcatcs tho course of tho Dear Wa ter Carson ho questioned quietly where are we expected to bit tho trail leading down to the ford 1 Tho sergeant thus addressed a lit tie stocky fellow wearing a closely clipped gray moustache spurred his exhausted horse Into a brief trot and drew up short by tho offlccra side his heavy eyes scanning tho vaguo die tance oven whllo his right hand was uplifted in perfunctory salute Theres no trail I know about along this bank slrNbo replied respectfully but the big cottonwood with tho dead branch forking out at the top Is tho ford guide They rode down in moody silence Into the next depression and began wearily climbing the long hill opposite apparently the last before coming dl rectly down the banks of the stream As his barely moving horso topped the uneven summit the lieutenant sudden ly drew in his rein sad uttering tiz exclamation of surprise bent forward staring intently down in his Immedi ate front For a single instant ho ap peared to doubt tho ovldenco of his own eyes then ho swung hastily from out the saddle all weariness forgotten My God he cried sharply his oyes suspiciously sweeping the bare slope There are two bodies lying here whito people They lay all doubled up In the coarse grass exactly ns they had fallen the man resting faco downward the slender figure of tho girl clasped vice like in his arms with her tightly closed eyes upturned toward the guar ing sun Never once questioning but that ho was confronting tho closing scene of a grewsome tragedy tho thor oughly aroused lieutenant dropped upon his knees bcsldo them his eyes already moist with sympathy hli ant ious fingers feeling for a possible heartbeat A moment of hushed breathless suspense followed and then ho began flinging terse eager com mands across his shoulder to where his men were clustered Hero I Carson Perry Ronk lay hold quick and break this fellows clasp ho cried briefly The girl retains a spark of lIfo set but the mans arms fairly crush her With oil tho rigidity of actual death those clutching bands hold their tenacious grip but tho aroused soldiers wrenched tho Interlaced flngern apart with every tenderness possible In such emergency shocked at noting the ex pression of intense agony stamped upon tho mans face when thus ex posed to view The whole terrible story was engraven therebow he had tolled agonized suffered before finally yielding to the Inevitable and plunging forward In unconsciousness written as legibly as though by a pen Carson who in his long service had witnessed much of death and suffer- Ing beat tenderly above him seeking for some faint evidence ot lingering life The anxious lieutenant bareS headed under the hot sunglare strode hastily across from beside tho uncon scions but breathing girl and stood gazing doubtfully down upon them Any life sergeant he demanded his voice rendered husky by sympathy He doesnt seem entirely gone sir and Carson glanced up Into the QfQ core face iris own eyes filled with feeling I can distinguish just A wee bit of breathing but Its so weak the pulse hardly stirs What do you make of Itr Starving at the bottom sir The only thing I see now lito get tbe18 down to water and food The young officer glanced swiftly about him across that dreary plctura ofsua burnt desolate prairie stretch log In every direction his eyes paue ing slightly as they surveyed the tote of the distant cottonwoods Sling blankets between your horses ho commanded decisively Move quickly lads and wo may save one o these lives yet TO BB CONTINUED Camphor Trees Says Secretary James Wilson of the department of agriculture For years the department has been distributing camphor tree seed and thousands of trees aru now growing throughout the south and Pacific coast states Two years ago a serious effort was made to develop the manufacture of camphor from these trees Satisfactory results have been secured and a large manufacturing oohcern is now build- Ing up a camphor grove of 2000 acres in Florida from which It hopes to make camphor This dent uses more than 800000 worth of cam poor every year Speecn and Silence I have jotted regretted my spesei never tst alleseiPsbltaa ijriu to Et J HORTICULTURE THE DIBBLE Make Quick Work of Transplanting by Its Use The transplanting peg Is a little known Imnlomeut It would bo profit able to many to form Its acquaint nnce Hy It much profit and pleas uro cl1nbe de rived from tho garden To linns plant by malting holes In lire ground with your finger U at crude as to cultivate with your hand Instead of a honor plow Tire rapidity of an export In sot ling plants with a peg is it surprise tn the iulce I have had men peg- in 20 plants to the mlnuto or 1200 In an hour Steel pegs are for sale but a wooden one costs nothing and Is far better As plants are of different kinds and sites I find different sizes and shapes of pegs necessary so 1 whittle the pegs to suit tho kind of plants I am setting Tho right use and the rapid use of tho peg will gradually bo learned by practice If the ground Is too wet dirt will stick to tho peg If too dry will fall back Into the hole when the pig Is removed In either case this can bo avoided by giving tho peg a twirl as It Is removed from the hole Sometimes tho hole Is too small to admit ibo plant This con bo overcome by wabbling the peg while ma king the bole When the plant Is Inserted con tinues the writer in Farm and Homo tho dirt should be pressed firmly stout it with the peg This Is done by A movement of the wrist in which the peg Is thrown from an upright post lion to a sharp slant so that whllo tho point of the peg has pressed the dirt on the far side of the plant tho lido of tho peg by a semlclrcuor move meat of the hand hiss pressed tho dirt on tho right and on tho side next to you This movement Is not easily learnedTo rapid movement prnCtlco byrountlo four When yjii say ono pick up the plant with the left hand two make the hole with the right three Insert plant with tho left four press the dirt about the plant with tho right Degln very slowly and In crease tho movement until you are planting an fast as you can count You will be surprised how quickly you attain thin speed FARM NOTES Every farm should have some live stockAn animals comfort means the own ers profit U Is never also or profitable to keep an animal In poor flesh Tho trained veterinarian should bo encouraged and patronized No one who has to labor for a living shntilil kllKht small indtutrt tool crops stock fertility and in dusty are the esscntlnl features In good farming There Is o certain satisfaction In taking a yearly Inventory of the farm It is the best way to find the leaks too Keep the land as rich as possible Angleworms work more In rich land than In poor land end they constantly Improve tile soil Plow Up Thin Meadows If meadows arc thin they had better be plowed up than left to lie In hope that they will recover their old vigor It Is difficult to apply manure effec tively from the top If the land Is plowed lPtld given a free application of manure and then put Into some crop that will require cultivation more progress will be made than can bo made In any other way Many a thin meadow Is kept year after year hard ly paying for the werk put upon It in mowing and curing the light crop of hay which Is often very wiry When a meadow becomes thin It Is a good Indication that it should be put Into some other crop for a few years Bordeaux Mixture a Five pounds copper sulphate five pounds lime 60 gallons water b Two pounds copper sulphate four pounds lime CO gallons rDII solve the blue vitriol one pound to one gallon of water Slack the lime Di lute both tire lime and copper sul phate to half the total number of Sal Ions pf hordeaux to bo made and pour the two through a strainer Into a third vessel The produce of this third ves rot la bordeaux mixture If the mx ture turns blue litmus paper rod add more lime Lime Sulphur Wash Twenty stone lime 15 pounds flowers of sulphur CO gallons of water Slack tho lime In the cook Ing receptacle With a little water make a thick paste of the sulphur Witch about ten gaUona of water add the sulphur and the slacked or7 partial ly slacked lime and boll preferably by steam an hour Add enpugh water to isiahe 50 gallons Strain when put tllli Into spraying tank Use while warm It possible This Is the Iwft Kiibwn remedy for saale Insects tt u I ORCHARD MANAGEMENT1 The Methods WhichClve the Best Results An Interesting discussion upon tho ctlturnl and sod methods or orchard management Is now going on In hot tlcultiirnl circles Valuable Informa tion is given by the adherent of tho different methods Arguments lh nup port of either method are not only logical but are supported by experi monte successfully conducted extend lag over B period of years Tho searcher for knowledge Is loft In doubt I ris to which system Is best unless ho line had personal experience or li able to tend between the lines ot the I discussion and get at the true In wnnlnuss of tho situation U fa well for all persons to under stand that tow men fall under any system whcro Intense energy Is prac ticed and signal ability In utilizing conditions and circumstances Is dis played Grant Hltchlngs brought fun menlo success to a sort mulch system whore hundreds would fall It Is tho man In my opinion that constitute the first rcqulsltlc I would emphasize C writes A N Drown in Orange Judd Farmer that Mr Hltchlngs studied and understood iris conditions Ho know exactly how to control them Ho could calculate results based upon his own experiences Just as Intelligently an ho could solve a problem la mathe mattes It is my purpose to take up thetIssuu and discuss either system but lent wo forget I want to call attention J to a few tacts that the thoughtful or f chanllst must over keep before him If ho wishes ts make tho best of his environment If bo practices the sod system or tho sod mulch system or the cultural mulch system the funda mental must be observed It Is known that n fruit troo makes SO peer cent of Its wood growth and buds be tore July 1 4 There IN then a cessation ot wood growth and bud formation oeteneiblywto allow It to mature fully approach of winter Any system prac ticed not In accord with this plan of t nature is faulty Again a bearing apple tree rlqulatlII o make Its growth 147 pounds nl 1 trogen 039 pounds phosphoric acM and 167 pounds potash These plant food elements must be supplied In this ratio A deficiency In any ono of tho elements lowers tho ration to the same extent Wo know that these elements must be supplied either naturally or artificially In supplying them how bvcr wo dare not lose tight of tho fact that moisture tilth and aro factors In the availability hURUtsIbully of these plant rood A proper cultural system wtll also stimulate growth and nrako necessary sell conditions at the time when such wood growth nnd bud growth must take phase Such cultural system ac tompanlcd by the fall and winter mulch system with some legumes which mutt never be removed hut plowed under will furnish tbo necc sarv humus so that moisture consumed by culture Ik held for supplying the tree ns m dod and In dissolving and making available the mineral pUnt food elements latent In tho soil Thu legume cover crop furnishing 1 all needed nitrogen or In fact such system practiced will furnish to each acre 203 pounds nitrogen 49 pounds phosphoric Mid and SOS pounds Kit ash This amount of plant food Is returned to tho soil less tho amount re quired for thin growth of tho crop Itself and such as may be eliminated In tho process of disintegration A culture mulch system practiced along these lines with a view of meeting thu natural requirements of tree and fnilt Is ideal It Is within tho reach p of every orcbardlst excupt opon ex l tremely billy or rocky slluationeaA- must mulch system to bo miccowful ho such that humus and mois 1 I true aro supplied In tall SBoeat atw i the proper time and IB such form or manner that nitrogen phosphoric acid end potash are furnished ag fneeded A purely sod eystem fa faulty by reason of the tact that no atakenthe growing ot tile sod at the season when the tree needs moisture and food takes from Instead of furnish- Ing to the plant food The cultural mulch dedtthe reach of every sod mulch system is otouly certain orchardUts those who t have a particularly moist and poor fr 1 soil The sod method should only btlSjpracticed where the other i are Impolble In every fruit section iiJIt Is now pretty generally conceded z that the cultural mulch system of tIior- chard management is the njont economical and the most profitable w 1 EASY WAY TO POLE SEANSuTrellis on Which Bean Will Find Ready Support Set posts at convenient distances C f 1f apart and stretch a wire at the top L THIS may be done as woo as ground Trellis for Means Is plowed Plant and cultivate aria tow caoh side of line until ank begin tovlne then set polo slaatlBg ty lag them together where they r 5tIthe wire This braces the whole row explains Farm and Home end beans can be cultivated wltbhoe UlNa three feet apart In row with me vine to r hill are tettea than two vlaee S yri 0 0- o tJ I I WANT FLOWERS Out ITUwra TftkU V nM Mnnl UtlfUf w4ng rloe- r41 Anat PHONE m m o r N The Porter Drug Co iMOOirOUTBD PHONE 12BEftEA KY oeooeoooooooooooooo 1 ierea and Vicinity i o 0 o 0- o GATHHRUD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o 1 Q 800 0 0 0 G 0 0 ta 0 tH0 l DR BEST t 0 DENTISTi CITY rnnxr lab OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Remember tho Easter Services SundayA gd house and lot to rent I DClllrnW10callon Boo J M Early U 8 Wyatla son Ulyefco Junior I Is recovcrlnc from pneumonia r A top arrived nt tho homo ot Mr Thursdaytfor ft few days have returned to New York Mlsa Nottlo Haley of Big mil was visiting hero Saturday and Sunday Mr Noel Mitchell was calleS homo lost Sunday by tho very serious III nesa of his father Mr Ephrlam Mit chell of Silver Creek Mn M H Clagett returned Monday from Lltchfleld ICy where she attended the funeral ot her mother inlaw Tho Kuster axorclto to be given by the pupil of tho Parish Hoiuo S Swill bo bold Sunday evening at 715 at the Parish llcusu All hro invited and a tine tlmo Is expected MUa Emily St Clair the Secretary of Y W a A of Kentucky anl Tennessee was hero for a tow days thin week She gave somr very help ful talks to the girls and led the1 evenIPL i Mr and Mrs B E Wyatt Misses Nina King Eton Jackson and Allco Trcadway and Mr Tom tacsdon wont to Richmond Wednesday night to tt tend tho opera Mrs Everett VanWlnklo and chil dren returned from Ohio where they have been viltlng with Mrs Van Winkles brother Dr Oren Robe for Ijtbo past few months trMr Eph Mltchejl ot near Sliver I Creek Is seriously ill his whole right Fside having been paralysed kiK Mrs J W Rupert who has been f in Richmond for her health for tomo time haj returned greatly Improve- dWANTEDnouable cncrgltlc man i to sell lubricating oils greases nnd adjaf Stetson Oil Cc Cleveland Ohio t J W Stephens hu Just got in a iItJ carload of ice and IH ready to servo customers Phone 1333 Regular routes will be started later RICHMOND OR5INHOUSEStar ALBERT I laccco ccoeoo There will bo a Sunday school rally at tho Sliver Creek church house at 230 Sunday Gcorga Dick and Miss Douglas will speak Everybody in vited Mr Thomas Illgglnbottom who recently sold his farm between Paint Lick nnd Wnllaccton and went to middle Tennessee Tlth tho Intention of buying a farm liar returned for a visit before finally settling down In his now homo Frank KIn yard has returned from Omaha Nob and will probably remain at homo and go to tanning Howard Swltzer Jr has taken a place na telegrapher and timekeeper on the L B A at Heidelberg- Dr L A Davis and T J Osborno spent Tuesday fishing In tho Hlggln bOttom pond The Itev Mr Brandenburg and wife spent Mcnday with Mr William Todd Mr 0 W Cheney of Richmond and his daughter Maud are visiting Mr and Mrs P J Pawlcy this week W N hushes of Grecnhall w1slnt- own last week returning to pits homo Frldy 0 W Hurt let last Friday tor Dayton 0 Soldiers Homo whore he will bo for soino time Mils Della Cod bey who tae boon visiting her sister Mrs C D Lewis for two weeks returned to her homo In Moreland Wednesday Mrs Maggie Golden has been confined to her homo for several days after having her tonsils operated on Thoso who have money to Invest in Berea or are looking for a slto for a home should read Hollidays ad on last page There are somo good bargains offered there Miss Emma J Haagcn In charge ot tho college school at Burning Springs arrived in town Wednesday for a short visit Deputy Sheriff W A Johnson who has done so much toward breaking up lawlessness around hero la now after a young man accused ot shooting on tho highway and also stealing a box ot tobacco and perhaps other Articles After the tobacco was stolen last week Johnson got a warrant and searched the homo of J H Settle at Big 11111 whero ho found It Ho arrested Set tle but gave him permission to talk for a minute with his mother toy whom every ono has the deepest sympathy pitting a guard at the back ot tho house so ho could not escape Settle did not appear again and when the house was searched was not to be found Ills escape re mains a mystery but it Is believed her Is still around 1f TP Mr Lengfellner Id have given 10000 if my c JP roof had not leaked last night said Mr R Rich ards nightHis by a carpenter who made a profession of metal roofing andTs as t fool roofingYesBut there is only one man that can fix it and always is L called in to fix it after it is put on by a carpenter and 1 that one man IS Henry Lengfellner manufacturer of fit high grade metal roofing Stop in my shop on Saturday of each week and get suppliesI4 i which mer chants sell to you On valley tin I can save you 50 r per cent on gunboat paint 60 per cent and paper roof ring 75 per cent 1 ta HENRY LENGFELLNER no Me MlHu t Gridtn PUct Meru Ky t r t c 1 I fTreI College Items i0- I 0 HUE AND TH tBio N4tala tIN o e No a Miss Haupt has rented tho cottage behind the Conservatory tot tho Spring term and will IIvo there with her mother who arrived Tuesday Miss Ruth Edwards Is expecting her father mother brother and sister from Lelpalc 0 to arrive hero late this week and remain over Sunday Supt Edwards was In Richmond Tuesday Pres Frost was In Cincinnati from Saturday to Monday night lie preached Sunday and addressed tbp Evangelical Alliance Monday Roth Pres nnrt Mrs Frost plan to loavo Fri day for a two weeks trip In the East After their return they will bo hero till after Commencement Prof William Cooks many friends hero will bo Borryi to learn he has accepted a position at Arkansas Col logo DatcsvIMe Ark and will not bo hero next year Ha received an offer from tho same college before coming to Berea but a change In plans on tho part of tho collego led to a with drawal of tho offer at that time Prof Cook has teen out of his classes with grlppo for several days and Is Just getting about again Mrs Cook had tho misfortune to fall down stairs Tuesday and was badly shaken tho not seriously Injured There was a general holiday after chapel Tuesday In honor ot the birthday ot Dr D K Pearsons who gave a large part of tho College endow ment fund Early morning clashes wero hcM as usual but tho Chapel I exercises were prolonged The baud rendered three selections in tho woy Easter AnnouncementWe ow Hats and all the other new styles Great specialty in the famous Queen Quality shoes andslippers in tans patents gunmetal and vici kid Lace and gauze hosiery in tan and black muslin and knit underwear Wash materials andwool en dress goods and all neces sary trimmings Everything for ladies and childrens wear MRS S R BAKER Berea Ky Phone 123 Richmond St which Mr Canffeld has mado famous then Pres Frost told of tho raising of the Pearson endowment and of the building up of the college on othpr ways and Miss Anna Leavett read a sketch ot Dr Pearsons In tho afternoon thero wero several attempted walking parties that were driven In by rain and one crowd drove to Richmond Stato Secretary Weatherford ot the- Y M C A wan a visitor hero two days this week He spoke at Chapel Wednesday morning and addressed the boys Tuesday and Wed nesdey nights Sirs Dr Cook leaves town to morrow on her trip to her old homo In Halle Germany where she will spend the summer- GEORGETOWN 15 BEREA 3 Georgetown defeated Berea at base ball by the score of 1G3 Monday In ono of the poorest exhibitions of the game ever teen here Tho visitors evidently thought they wero having a practice game and did not work very hard With all their careless ness howevr they for outplayed Berea which did not seem to ho awake at any stago of tho game Two points on the score card show where Berea fell downs Tho homo boys made ono moro hit than tho visitors and got more men to first base But there they stopped They were caught asleep en bases failed w steal allowed themselves to bo force pllsfhattown stole 14 bases Berea three In tho fielding there was almost the same difference Borca made 15 errors to Georgetowns nine and bes des tho Berea catchers had five passed balls against ono for the Georgetown man Lack of team work showed all thru The worst exhibition was In the lant Inning when Ellis and Meeso ran together and Meese had to retiro with a bloody nose It was Mooses ball but Ellis thought Mocso would to too late and there was no coaching etc This beT taco been practicing very little vi Mfc It Is no use with out a better pitcher but Mondays game was bat In the field and not In tho battery Frost co far as tho records show pitched as good a game as Rosscll who was evidently not doing his beet The Sl 11 P0Steplhen 3Collin310Roswellfilrphf ni c S a 1119 iGradyTunis jo ij u 9 it e7 POMetapNickellLogin If S o a 2 0 2 CArney3b S o Duchanan rf 4 3 o to fI eMahaffey70WheelerHills p 10 0 0 I I- Told 4e 3 13 jj u e7 RUNSGeorgetownBcrem it oeoooos 3 NiekeuThreeSacrifice hlti Creekmore Nash Prost yLeftlUrned niu Georgetown 3 Dtrea o Rossell3lilt 3Wild4Roubleto Stephen ndMeese ROYAL Baking PowderHM elly Baking P w4er Blade sulk lsya16rapo Creaa if Tartar rate frill grapes Insures healthful and delicious food for every 1 home everyday atiNar yerr feed fIMINd el ue Sale Going on Now I will continue this Sale un til I close out a large stock of Shoes Clothing Dry Goods Mens and Boys Hats and Best Groceries Come at once Dont miss the Bargains Get First Choice Seeing is Believing T Hay Corn Feed and Meal a Speciality Re J ENGLE Phone No 60 Berea Kentucky PHI DELTA BANQUET PlIITho fourth annual banquet of Delta Literary Society was held Ladles Hall Saturday evening April llth The South Annex proved to Lo- a very satisfactory place for tho oc casion The decorations though slmnlo made tho room very attractive Tho tables were arranged In three parallel rows with a fourth on the raised platform which gave It an unique appearance Tho tables were decor ated with violets mountain pansies ferns and carnations Tho menu which consisted of three courses was attractively served by ten apparentely experienced waiters Tho guests numbering about 140 wero delightfully entertained by the rail Delta orchestra during the progress of tho serving after which came the programme Fulkerson aa toastmaster proved Himself fully equal to tho occasion Everett Kirk In responding to the toast Our Affinities revealed tho tact that ho had a fam liar subject though he fan slightly embarrased by the revelation of ono ot his former romances which was clearly shown by the toastmaster Miss Todds response was heartily enjoyed by all since It appealed so forcibly to the toast master Mr H II Felmy followed with a detail description of tho faculty re vealing many of tho unknown char acters and showing partiality to none and Justice to all Our Society Ideal was next dis cussed by Mr D A Dally to the entire satisfaction ot all Last but not least came Proto J W Dlnsmpro with his Wise and Otherwise Neither was very fuilyi defined but the former beautifully displayed In the way of a most appro priate poem to Phi Delta After thanking the many friends who had so kindly assisted In th3 preparation of the banquet Mr Ful kerson led In singing tho Society song after which the merry crowd departed P D SIDEWALK ORDINANCE PASSED The town council Tuesday night adopted tho sidewalk ordinance dis cussed in these columns two weeks ago calling for cement walks between the crest of tho hill on Prospect Stand Welchs corner and as far as the Baptist church on tho Rich mond Road The cost Is to be borne by tho property owners A full copy of the ordinance will bo publlsh next week dI Everybody Ride Easy FOR Rubber Tire Work SEE F P BENTLY KINGSTON KENTUCKY He has a large supply of Rubber on hand Get his prices before hav ing your burpry rubbered Ho guarantees all his work REAL ESTATE Kidd Robinson Office Overloit Office Nttary Public Bra Ky Hold on Stop paying rent It does not pay We will tell you a nice lot ia the best part of town tea only flOO You pay t10 dowa and the remainder in monthly payment t ts Call on or address 1 P A J U i e1- xa its I aw Er1 a J 3 Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porches largo woll shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters forcow horse lOOehlckens Must bo seen to bo appreciated A bargain If taken at once For parMticulars see M L Spink Keren Ky jjjr LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE t PHONE 50 CENTER ST 1 1I S R BAKER DENTIST YlogOflr li an treat S t 4 City lhn 123 Teeth extracted without p ln Sosicoforme i ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONNMOS Lancaster Ky FOR SALE A few Good Fresh Jersey Cows Will also buy your Dry Cows J W Herndon THEWOHLDS GREATEST SEWIHG MACHINE M iHiif1f RotaryfUitSewing Machine write to THE NEW NINE SEWINI MACHINE HUTANY Orange Mss MD Jilaci are dIO xllreftrdlcM el uout the 4w Horn U nude to wear 1 1 Our iurtnlr ntTcr runt out o1et byaatkrld dalrsealr- reaaur J M RIINARMflH a C9HMHY ml AfNtf elltn4 t r SEE HE ABOUT TOD- aEYES Glees toealt1LCd1Ua i- JMIAXLT Jewr Engraver J Main Bert ICIM KeMtuckj IDEM CITIZENS BANaTrAllNdl a warbaabiu baSN W larritAy a sp eily toea cLast a prtify wanfr wk4y I e wltha Grar tt L j 1etA J e- JAiRais tl ICY I 0 p The Citizen I A family newspaper for ill that It right true and Interesting Published rrenr TliuiK 7 at Berta Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO tncorporatrd Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN APVANCK Ont Year IIM Six Months 61 Three Month SS Srnd money by Polloffice Of lliprcii Money Order Draft Keglilercd tatter or one and two tent atamps- The date afler your name on label shows to what date aubtcrtption la paid II It la not changed within tliiee wetka after tenewal otifyut Mining number will be gladly aupplled If wo y are I Fine Premium given for new avbacrlptlau anj prompt renewal Send for rietnlum LlaU Liberal trivia given to any who obtain new sutucr yearly sufrcrlptiomeauredereTbeCltiuaheo- for for one Adreitldng ralea on application I jMMnE OP J KENTUCKY TRESS ASSOCIATION Happy Is the Individual who has no grievances to redress Japan will first make war on that large and overshadowing deficit Billy Lush has resigned from the Yao football team But lushing will cunUuuo In the same old woy BIgbcart who died the other day 1was thee richest Indian In America Indian doesnt Lave to live up to whitetNew York women may have tabl- eauxI vlvants as Interesting as Chi cages but It will be everlastingly remembered In tho smart set that Chicago got there first The man with the hammer doesn t always hit the nail right on the head says tho Washington Post This Is very true he is engaged most of the t time knocking his fellowman A bigamist In Britain la said to have married GOO times And yet so stubt born la tradition they will probably continue in England to give the palm t Of bravery to Nelson and Gordon Another wellknown French writer on international politics declares thatt scar between the United States and Japan Is Inevitable Couldnt we get werThe world almanac gives the stand Ing army of Japan as 220000 figures Indicating that a great part of It Is in the United States acting as spies and getting arrested to help out the poor but deserving newspaper correspond eats According to a SL Louis physician no scientific practitioner of medicine recognizes any such disease as the grippe But It is pretty safe to sup pose that they get rather angry If their bill for llsy treatment lanot recognized t ncrtrudo Atherton has announced that New York never Dakesup Its mind about anything After all ro I parks the Baltimore American It U freally Interesting to discover that New York has a mind The general 1 Impression la that It Is entirely pocketbook trTheMont cools route the oldest of the Alpine through lines Is to follow 3 the lead of the St Gothard and Sim tpionroutes and employ electric trac UonoItt mountain division Under the stress of competition of the more recent lines the French government has also doubletracked the approach to the tunnel on its tJldeofthb moun n tale and the Italian government will carry this doubletracking to Turin One of the English suffragettes wbo tried but vainly to start tho doctrine of force In this country bas been telllng London that suffrage is checked la this country by the gallantry of the mm who saY the women can have anything tiey ask for and bytae foliy of the women 1vboreply bat they have alread everything they want She seeniewwith true British densenecs to bd obliv ious of the extjellent showing she Is r making for m all areesad 1f Cable looms straightenough as teen ea the naps biitthey are any thing fcttt atralght as they lie oHjithe 1 ec aa floor Dry K1ots of Canada said I In a recent Uctare that the great Pa clIo cable 8090 nltes long Between Vaaeraver and New Zealand was time and again deflected from a Kralgnt pine between the island sta dons at which It toac a1n order to mold towering submarine moun tine or craters or ground that was lard or otherwise undesirable as a resting place for the caMe The Ohio state tire nbthas been looking up tho records sad makes tho announcement that last year In the United States parlor matches caused a loss of 2000000 and 500 lives That Is a serious and tragic matter flat It Is sot fair tolar the blame wholly oath Matches They may i IM dangerous but as a rule they da pot start fires fontaneouily IL lathe human factor that must be reck osed with and unfortunately tb- erJa treat deal of carelesnesi tboucbilwMeM aail stupidity la the world iyr0 DoorsfFolAr By HON GEO D BILLINGS Commlaaloner IromlilraUon Doalon Tl I UK recent instruction of Secretary Straus of tho deimrtnuiit of commerce anti labor indicate the rigor with which It is in tended to curry out the spirit as well as the letter of the exclu lion features nf the immigration laws Congress has done much in the past ten years to strengthen the immigration laws and there is a strong movement directed to obtaining even more effective provisions of exclusion The laws took cognizance of anarchists ut the time of tho assassination of William McKinley but tho presidents murderer it was found was born in America and it is not surprising that some anarchists manage to get into this country as into every other It has been suggested that each immigrant should produce a wi ill cate from tho police authorities of the community from which he departs this certificate to be n guarantee of his lawabiding character It is gen erally understood however that this system would not work with complete satisfaction because the authorities might be anxious to rid themselves of dangerous persons Recently the suggestion has been made that aliens bo deported if convicted of felony within threw years after their arrival in this country The immigration bureau years ago adopted the plan of enlisting tho services of physicians of the marine hospitals in certain countries to pass upon the physical and mental health of every intending immigrant This plan has worked well the physicians recommending the prevention of immigration in many cases If the duty tool authority of the consuls could be extended so that they would investigate the character of intending immigrants as well its the physical health of such persons dhat it seems to me would be a great advantage It is certainly of the utmost necessity in view of the recurrence of crimes of anarchistic if not insane violence in this and other countries that the closest observation bo exorcised to exclude the morbid in mind as well as the morbid in body Nobody but a madman would commit some of the atrocious crime that are reported from time to tithe and it seems reasonable to suppose that oven closer investigation of tho character disposition and environ ment and of the political and social affiliations of intending immigrants would exclude more dangerous persons than the laws now ran ready a Heres to the BargainHunter By OWEN E BYRON A to lint it about time that someone came forward in defense of the barghin hunter In one way and another a lot of fun is made ut her expense and seldom it is that site gets her deserts Men arc the greatest offenders for moat women arc natural if not systematic bargain hunters Men speak from a sense of superiority for who ever heard of a man going on n still hunt for bargains A mere niau when lie wants an article goes to the nearest store seta what he wanT says Ill take it then asks the prier One man I know used to buy things by the wholesale Iris last offense was buying little Willie who was 7 years old and growing like a weed half u dozen pairs of shoes of the same size Since then his wife has done all the buying Yet men are in a great many cases the gainers for a good bargain hunter is u money saver When Mrs B II picks up the papers sad read the advertisements of the city merchants she notes the things she weeds At we all do indeed but we are not all of us systematic bargain hunters and so many of us are short of funds at that particular time v Mrs n II saved for just such occasions She keeps mental stocks of the things that are lacking or need replenishing in her house or in the wardrobes of herself and family When she sees advertisements that fit ill with her needs she is prepared to take advantage of them and the goes at it in a businesslike way The superior woman who never goes to a bargain sale liiiiM many an opportunity and what is more that exhilarating sense of having got ten the best ofa bargain for after nil there is a delicious sense df achievement in having the credit on your side There is the joy of the hunt which to the true bargainhunter is as great as a genuine hunt to- a sportsman there is the knowledge gained of tha different stores which cannot be gotten in any other way mild last but in no ways least then is the great saving of money Of course buying nn article simply lx cause it is cheap when one has no immediate or future use for it is not good bargainhunting It is the systematic bargain httntcr for whom 1 wish to put in a good wordtlw woman who knows what she wants and knows when wlu re and how to get what she wants Young and Old Need Exercise Liy else AI J1a The best place to find out the status ot u people with regard to athletics is the lies pital In the ninny years which I have t been connected witlf rarely lines I run across a patlenthoso body showed the benefit of development which would result from regular and Systematic exor uttorllg other extreme and say that people who arc fond of atfilctic never ire sick and coufe qucntly never come to hospitals Tins however would be false reasoning espe chilly in view of the large number of patients from apt losses who come under my consideration The truth is thatwe liave too little athletics The people at large are not jet iiware of the wonderful influence wt1iehcxerciscr9gular sad systematic has upon time constitution Athletics in the general send of the word is the best remedy for a harmonious devtlopment of the body and should be recommended and encouraged everywhere The field of athletics hiss been BO widened as to make possible kinds and forms of exercises for men and women young and old One of time most erroneous views which people and even partisans athletics entertain is that athletics must be begun by the young that olderpeoplc should let it alone Nothing is more illogical Pldcr should br encouraged to go through certain cxercitcv which will jieiiftiU their tyslvme as Aucli It not more than young people I w JT w f r j soj t D- t t4 t t o 1 TO SUPPRESSREOS SPECIAL MESSAGE ON ANARCH ISTS FROM PRESIDENT ADDITIONAL LAWS NEEDED Senate Passes Employers Liability Bill Without Change House Makes Progress Despite Democratic Filibuster Washington Suppression of an archy as tho greatest question before the nation was culled to the attention of congress by President Roosovolt In a special message Tile executive sub mite what has been done under exist- Ing statutes but says there should bo further legislation Tho anarchist la declared tho enemy of nil mankind and no paper published hero or abroad propagating anarch ism should be permitted to circulate In the malls the president declares This message containing only about 100 words Is one of the shortest Mr Roosevelt bas transmitted to con press With the mos aso be trans mitted a report reviewing tho legal phases of tho question by Attorney General Bonaparte Message of the President The message of the president follows To the Senate and louse of Rep resentatives I herewith submit n letter from the department of justice which explains Itself Under this opinion 1 hold that existing statutes give tho president the power to prohibit the postmaster general from being used as nil Instrument In the commission of crime that Is to pro hibit tho use of the malls for the ad vocacy of murder arson and treason I shall act upon such construction Unquestionably however there should be further legislation by congress In this matter When compared with the suppression of anarchy every other question sinks Into Insignia canco The anarchist Is the enemy of humanity the enemy of all mankind and his Is n deeper degree of cram inality than any other No Immigrant Is allowed to come to our shores It he Is nn anarchist and no paper pub lished here or abroad should bo per mined circulation In this country if It propagates anarchistic opinions THEODORE KOO3EVKIJT Senate Passes Liability Bill Tho employers liability bill recently passed by the house was passed by the senate Thursday with out amendment so that It is ready to go to tile president for tile approval The scope of the bill Is limited to common carriers by railroad The senate adjourned at 560 oclock until MondayHouse Busy Despite Filibuster Three times In the house the Demo crate caught tho Republicans nap Pins and forced them to produce n quorum On ono other occasion a vote by tellers disclosed tho absence of a quorum but Speaker Cannon peremptorily applied the Reed rule and declared a quorum to bo pres ent In doing so ho had a brief but lively clash with Mr Williams Notwithstanding repealed roll calls progress was made In the transaction of public business Doth the army and the fortifications appropriation bills were sent to conference the senate bill to Increase the efficiency of the revenue cutter service was with Democratic help passed anti the bill to promote the safe transporta Ion In Interstate commerce of ex plosives was considered It will be finally disposed of Frfdsr The Democrats prevented the adop tlon of the conference report on the Indian appropriation bill and caused It to bo sent back to conference EVANS YIELDS TO DOCTORS Will Not Undertake to Rejoin Fleet at San Diego Paso Nobles CalRear Admiral Evans will not rejoin tho battleship fleet at Ban Diego or participate In any of the functions and celebrations In the ports of southern California That has practically been determined ipoh The rear admiral was told Wednesday morning by Dr P F McDonnald surgeon on the Connecti cut that it would be very inadvisable far him to undertake to rejoin time fleet at San Diego Admiral Evans stated that he would tfubmlt to the judgmeotof his physician although it will be a bitter disappointment to him Calls for Paper Trust Fact- sWashingtonWednesdays session of the house will go down us one of the stormiest In Its history The sum total of tho days proceedings was the adoption of several additional rules to further check the Democratic flllbus terand the passing of the two resolu Lions Introduced by Speaker Cannon calling on the department of Justice and the department of commerce and labor for certain Information regarding tho socalled paper trust Tho naval appropriation bill was reported to the house Money Trsublea Lead to Death Now YorkCharltps A Murphoy n estateIToursdayhead His suicide Is attributed to financial troubles Cut In Rates Ordered Sioux FaUIiJD = The state board of railroad coUBlsstotiers Friday br dared rdttctloWjn freight rates ta tntcttoM ES 1 y iI- f 1- grM 1h 1e A STRANGE ISLAND Americans Should Bo Interested In This Place While Americans and Canadians have been running over the world In search of novelty exploring tho IoU lanai Jungles of Africa and tho frozen regions of tho north looking for strange peoples and customs thoy have overlooked n very strange coun try close at hand Tho Island of Anognda is one of the strangest of all the strange p1ac a In the world First of all where Is Ancgada It Is ono of tho Virgin Islands end It lies northeast of Porto Rico ono of tho Great Antilles nnd its first pe culiarity Is that Ills tint and low the neighboring Isles all being steep and mountainous It Is nine miles long and two miles across and lies so low that In heavy gates tho sea makes a clean breach over time lower portions ot It whence Its name for unegada Is the Spanish for drowned Island Next we come to Us sfrange history In 18S1 It hall only 719 Inhabitants Of whom but three were white people Its population is noted for Idleness and tho main occupation for many years was wreckingfor an extensive and very dangerous coral reef sur rounds tho Island and once gave it very melancholy notoriety But since time establishment of tho lighthouse en tho island of Sombrero 47 miles to the eastward there have been few It any wrecks on Anegada since tho main causa of the shipwrecks was tho constant and swift current which sots upon the Island from the east Accordingly the natives are now not often aroused by tho cry of a vessel on tho reertho only call In tho old days Vrblch would arouto them from their almost perpetual inactivity In fact they are about tho laziest peel plo In tho West Indies although that Is saying n great deal Anegada used to be covered with underwood notably of the kind called seaside grape which hero is particu larly rich In the valuable gum known as Jamaica kino Anegada Is the home of very numerous and singular tropical plants but It Is perhaps rather more noteworthy fonts immense numbers of mosquitoes galllnlppers and scorpions not to speak of venomous and other reptiles The surrounding sons are rich In scale and shell fish of many kinds Among Its singular birds tho fla mingo Is one of the most numerous species and most of the ponds are the abode of ducks which on the approach of man rlso and fill tho air with their clangorous erica U Is not an easy matter to roach the Island A tow years ago an attempt was made to open mines upon It but nothing came of the effort but disappointment and loss Among tho many disagreeable features of life In this hot and steaming climate la the presence of large salt pond which In tho dry season give out an Intolerable stench and the same ponds In the wet season nil up with singular rapidity and flood a considerable portion of tho Island As we may Infer from the name Ancgada Is pretty frequently flooded Whenever a hurricane comes sweep Ing along the waves roll completely over the island and tho people have to looK out for their safety When Schpmburgh a German trav velcr was in Anegada many years ate there was one morning a great outcry that all tile north part of the Island watt flooded and so tb all appearance It was but OB examination It was found that the supposed waves of the sea were in reality only a lowlying fog which was rapidly sweeping along Another curious thing Is the aerial rcfraclon and this often brings Into view other fslands which Ho below tho horizon and which according to tho ordinary operations of nature ought to be Invisible A part of the surface composes ot conslderabloiirollorllo with belts of fertile loam and It tho soil were Intelligently and faithfully cultivated It would DO doubt yield good returns In ordinary seasons the fresh watet supply appears to be ample On the northeast side of the Island there Is a singular succession of Very deep natural wells ot fresh water some of them 22 feet across the top It would be hard to find anywhere a hotter wetter worsesmelling or more generally disagreeable place to live than Anegada but singularly enough it appears to be for the most jtart a pretty healthy place at least for the natives of wnocu nearly all are black or colored In the antecolonial days the In illana used to come hither la their canoes but no Indlmi could ever bring hlmeltto nike a permanent home in Anogad with its steaming foes Its squalls lts sea floods its water laiindatlons Its strong molls and Its dense swarms of In sects and no American could be per suaded to sf end snore than 24 hours on the Island In splte of Iti strange aee- The Soapy Deep Little Johunle says the Chicago Tribune oa his first trIp It the sea shOre watcted the foam of the- wmvsand asked hta mother Is tint 1111itwublrJUt J F CHEQUERED BOARD DIVISIONS 0 Many Ways of Cutting a Board late Two Pieces 1 There ore 265 different ways of cut t ting the board lito two pieces of az nctly the saute slro and shape Every way mast Involvo ono of tho fivo cute shown In diagrams A U CD nnd Ifc c To avoid repetitious by rovoreM nail reflection wo need only consider emits that enter At tho points a b and c Hut the exit must always bo at R point In a straight lino from thocntrr 1 through the center This Is tho mo tc1Important condition to rcmombor In ease 11 you cannot enter at a or you wAl get the cut provided for In E SliiOorly In C or D you must not enter ho keyllno In tho same dlrocv tlon as Tacit or you will get A or n If you art working on A or 0 and eni Solution of the Problem terlng at a you must consider Join at one end only ot the keyline nr you will get repetitions In other cases you must consider Joins at built ends of the key but after hay ing a In case D turn always either to right or left use ono direction only Figs lAUd 5 are examples untie A 3 stud 4 are example under U C and C come undor C and j 7 Ia pretty ttxnmple of D pt course K U n peculiar typo and ob viously admits of only ono way of cutting for you clearly cannot Center ut b or c 1 Hero Is a table of the reiuUsv which tho testier can check at till h3leisure- a I b eWaysA = 8 + 17 + XI =s 4 IJ 110417 + 2- 1C = a r 39 = ij D a 17 I 9 + 39 = U JE = I + 0 + 0 T 0it 61 120 itIf4 COIN AND TUMBLER TRICK E It Can Be Easily Performed bytho Small Boy The acttiripatjlas sketch hoWl how a good trick may bo easily performed by anyone Lay a piece ob eW u This Is a Good Trick heavy paper that Is free from creases rIoa a board or table 8 curo three turn 1 rofopenings In two of theta natlj trimming It all around the edges BO at fir 1ioaepaper as shown In Fig 1 to put ovvi the tumblers Ilaco three colas us tho sheet of paper then tho tumble 4 with covers on top of the colas thv unprepared tumbler being In the mid die Now lift time covers oft the Milt + tumblers and you will see that the ftpaper on the opening corers the eetait Replace the covers lilt the middle oni a and a coin will bo seen wader top tum bier as the opening ot this tumbler Is not covered Drop tho cover backragain and lift the other tumblers 181r J 1samevanish from one to the other The sopenings of the tumblers expUlav Popular Mechanics must never be ex posed so that any one cart see them i 4tbenDictionary Fun r Hob said Tom by way K the Busy nee which Is the meet Ilan r tjjIIlhIts stumbled said Tom beeaBse tyou are sure to get a tumble belW nfthe first and last letters Good said Hob Whlcavta the longest KngU h word Valetudinarianismsaid Tom yrr No its smites because tlereaa whole mile bolreen the first asid last p f lotto I O M0h thata nothing usaid Tea I I know n word that haa over three mimes between Its beginning and ending 1t Whats hatr asked Hob telatly- MleagueteiJ said Tom a1 The Keeper f the K r iGJiljneceHfilrrfully DOMeued of tie power ot wua 1Ioldingthem Jaraee Madisett t OrI n i- F 1 t Tt pingmopsof set4toverpaurrdnatureOr the round of years etrrnntl U U worth a winters pain Just to listen to the vernal wind among the trees aiialnlf ijltlll worth a life of sorrow ynst to know when It la pest f a cltirloua Tomorrow dawns upon the heart at last r + ft tIt Is worth the three ilnya1 tying In the Bfpulchro atone to hwar the uncvl Itylns down to roll away the stone g 1rfPr the hope ot future lauRbtrr Riven to tear their one exoun w Ju t the crown that followed idler made the cross of any use tnten Mackrloth tfnlfo ahe i what have we to do with them sandy that In contrast lashes brighter naiteri dladvm- Ti r r It Ienot the Mood of Jesus that relraxra you and me c HUt risen soul that frees us from the dread ot Calvary r rJ ltI rn1 The wnrbi expects lIwaUa the larger Easter danWhen the ClirUtu lUaurnxtt telta ot wrong forever gone WK When America tlctorlou oer a worid old wornout lie Comr at lut aerene and glorious to her greater dcatlny geedTurnv 11 hole and Cruet of all the nation Thou must burst fhb glldisl ihettJrtl unitiitnlxrvd generations hall thn AI Emmanuel Thou nut kill the cur t condition where the many teed the few Crucify the BUfKratltlon that tho Old must need be true 4 Then when thou tmtt trampled under foot the ghosts of gold and greed j r Tnou mArt bunt the tomb a und rthen shall Chrtet be rUen Indeed uuu Jc larceL 9be Qeanfnc 1 atia befower of the Jesurrection newf Wabott or libinl WJIKN tho mod cm mind staggers before ho story of tho resurrec lion of Jesus Christ tram the dUll It falls to realize what Its only actual diffi rutty IB 8U Psuln question Why should it bo thought a thing tncrcd Iblo with you that Cod should raise J the dead still lies hut ono answer namely that 4hcro Is no reason why It should txi thought Incredible ho rnuio ralclni the dead as the Apes 4tit Illustrates It In his Kplstlo to the Qorlnthluns Is the most natural and usual thluR In the world under certain toiidltloBK That which men sow Is nut quickened except It die Life sot only after but through rnd by means of death Is the unlver i tal teflf nnd tho universal event Only there taunt come first the undoing by N decay of the bondage within which thn principle of tkubetrlIs held So loax e as Itt ItnprUoncd In tho shell It Is bare grAIn but when its outer covering Is ahed In the cocoon or broken In tho egg or rotted In the grain then the latent Ufa comes forth and Ood Kites It a body and to every seed Its own body So after death and burial when tho wrappings of this earthly Leah arc dissolved and done away tlie body that shall be the body of r iiiory shall emerge In the fullness ot- Tfr time t The BWrnclo or insnrel of tho resur i reclloa of Jesus Christ like other ifalraclM lies In the fact that It dIll V I Sarde t the vlemeat of time and also w Awarwltlt the conditions of de corruptionfit Now If = for Ute BeastBj of It First of nil of course It means that all the dead shall ro and live again 0It xra believe that Jesus died and tern again oven so hoy that sleep In Jesus will Ood bring with Him The corollary totbe article In the creed the tbinj day lie toile again Is the article I believe In the Jresap- V ecUpn of the body k look for the v rwHirreelkw ot the dead or from tho tfftid One deet not need one would tot dare to drain away the hearts and hopes ot men from this great and- y blessed revelation of Holy Scripture this ntrooB and positive assertion ot the Christian faith Uvtt It Is wrong to pattpne the moaning of our lords reurrtctina to this final point of hu i wan history It has a clear and mote a tfamraellate application of what the if call the power of His resur Itgireetlea dead Indeed unto sin but 1e 4 atlvetaato God through Jesus Christi sur This must be recognized and realized M the Immediate practf rat purpose and result of the treat fact ot Baster Day What Is tie metsaite to men and 1Noaaeof If Is easy to dream t dream of hope iml ddht about the future easy to aavo A sentiment and emotion that en c able M td face physical death with ttYea ott ek beyond the and con sole ns lnUlo rot bereavement df SddfsTraiMi that there should bo any p + stmowlB of this mope But the prtcy boat QucRtipn concords our dally life Ii Jial Y lsnds today as It has 4 stood for all these centuries facing the Tact of tJ1eonderfuI1lr that our L Lord Hyed bereonearth with the T strange andlnMpllcabl combination v of itartiiy reality without the restraints f B41il CIIot the fifth And that J s M8V ta tc first place the pattern JHItI the pet place lM 1 r V sjtv w to J to Urt tat HTM oa hither- wa t r p iI k- x Jt Oj Iof1J 0 tJ1r i Translated Into plain Kngllsh the great IZastcr thought Is that we may not be absorbed and Immersed In merely earthly tempora carnal thoughts and things Life never more than lu our day Is crowded with busi ness with pleasure even where It In not choked with Indulgence and sue cess The Idlers and loungers with no thought but amazement are far too ninny The craze for accumulation of ma tonal wealth Is wearing out the strength and dulling all the finer facul ties of men and wdmcn And the carelessness and Idleness ot peoplo who with opportunities of service to society and the demands of homo du ties waste daylight hours nnd turn night into day with games of chance accentuated too often with the covet comes of gambling are a reproach to the bet Inheritances and Instincts of Americans You have no leisure class In Ameri ca an Englishman said once to an American girl- YCI she said we have but we call thorn tramps Leisure there ought to be Men and women there must be who are free from the strain and strenuousness of Incessant occupation but It ought to be a leisure for Intellectual cultiva lion for philanthropic lutcrest for the storing of energy physical mental and spiritual which shall benefit man kindAwake thou that slecpest and arise from the dead This is the Easter call the Easter cry Hiding even one talent In the napkin of refined Indolence or selfIndul gence or burying It in the dirt of sensuality and sin either one makes an unprofitable savant and lays up against the second coming ot tho Lord an account of wasted powers and lost opportunities which will then be beyond recall Coloring Easter Eggs There still exist plenty of old fash toned mothers who spend the day before Easter coloring eggs and staining then with printed calico If the chll drcu are permitted to participate It lea really gloriously mussy event In which they revel and scream with delight There Is no pastime so charm- Ing to the youthful heart as those particularly delicious kinds of plays that cause all sorts lot havoo to ones garments and ones countenance Ink bottles theImay iriaKoihlfU for tho delights of digging In mother earth Anyway the Easter egg dyeing process lisa qualifications not uhlHso those of the Ink wilt and the coal bin After the dyeing there Is sure to bo a cleaning nut whit matters that The fun Is the tamp thing The results Ireothing Symbol of Christianity We dare not forget today that wt venerate an empty Cross It li empty teVffot that Burden which once hung there tortured dying dead and banished too is that lankness of despair that sad dis may and disillusion with which II was veiled until the first Easter morning The Cross not the Ot- tciflxlg the of Christianity Walter LowrieFeast of Caps lhFeasttbs blchrequlre4ri lady ttlN pear In aaew keMe eap while JBsstw Suqday was known as the Feat d Rata for iai i rtEsoL 11 OUR COUNTRY 77 YEARS AGO Two Generations Have Seen America Rise frm Primitive Rurallty In 1831 the American people were free but they held In their hands the landtools of slaves They had to la bor and sweat In the fields with the crude Implements that had been pro duced by ages of slavery For two generations the sickles flails and wooden plows with which they had tried to build up a prosperous republic lied held back agricultural progress Let us try to reconstruct mentally the America of those days Enterprise was not then a national characteristic The few men who dared to suggest Improvements were persecuted as enemies of society The first Iron plows were said to poison the soil Tho flrst railroad was torn up Tho First sowing machine was smashed And the first matt who sold coal In Philadelphia was chased front the state as a swindler Even the railway was a dangerous toy The telegraph was still a dream fn the brain of Morse John Deere had not Invented hits steel plow nor Howe Ids sowing machine nor Hoc his printing press There were no stoves nor matches nor oil lamps Petroleum was peddled as a medicine nt ono dollar a bottle Iron was ITS A ton Money was about as reliable as mining stocks today and all the saving In all the banks would not now buy Jho chickens In Iowa Tho total exports amounted to no more than we paid lust year for diamonds nnd champagne Chicago was a 12farally village There was no west nor middle west Not one grain of wheat had been grown In Minne sofa tho Dakotas Nebraska Colorado Kansas Washington Nevada Idaho Montana New Mexico Oregon Utah Arizona Wyoming Oklahoma or Texas Everybodys S One on the Purser Prosperity smiled on a certain man of Marthas Vineyard Like all men ho Is In pursuit of happiness So ho hied him away to a neighboring city and purchased a tine automobile Of course it had to bo shipped to the island on the steamer- A few days after the arrival of the machine a friend of the proud owner went to lloston on business When this friend arrived In New Bedford to take the steamer for the Vineyard somebody told the purser that the gentleman In question had brought down an automobile from Boston and nuked him tho purser If they hail room on the steamer for the machine Ah said the genial lUf1Ierlobo bas got an auto eh Well well Then one of those two fellows gets anything tho other fellow thinks he must have one too Were pretty well tilled up with freight said ho but I suppose well have to tako It aboard With that bo gave orders to clear away the forward deck and make room for an automobile A few moments after the above con versation Mr appeared down the gangplank with a toy automobile un der his arm which ho had purchased for his little boy who lives In Vine yard Haven Vineyard Gazette The Moon and Mount Hood Perching Itself for a few moments on the very top of Mount Hood the big new moon Illuminated that ma jestic peak so clearly that Its mantle ot glistening white toned to a soft yellow hue could bo distinguished plainly from Portland and vicinity Never before say oldtime Oregonians has tho moon been observed to scale the summit so fairly and with such perfect balance The big yellow disk appar ently could uot have been more ac curately adjusted to the top of the mountain And as Jt passed on upward the top ot the mellow circle burled Itself In a big black cloud so that uo great stretch of the Imagina lion Vas acquired to flit In tho picture ot an eruption from the peaceful old mountain From an artistic standpoint the spectacle wUone to be hoarded In the fond memory and those who saw It may regard themselves as having been peculiarly fortunate Every year the moon pays a vIsit to the big peak but potslbly not once In centuries would It climb to the precise central point oa the summit and present a picture so perfect Portland Oregonian France Flag The tricolor as the national flag of France ls called consists of red white and blue in equal vertical stripes the blue stripe coming next to the staff Uluo and red Were the colors of the city of Paris and white was the color of the flourbons In 1789 the national assembly of Franco decided on the suggestion of Lafayette that the na tional colorsj should consist of those of the city with the old color of France white added Hero Is a cock lade that will make a tour oribo 1orM said Lafayette In offering the new colors From 1814 to 1830 the tri color was displaced by the white flag of the Bourbon PhilanthropistIluohese has contrived bandage that Isso selea constructed that maaafsct unite have taken out patents covering the right to make It In foreign couh trle The duchess IB said to be the most popular of aUtho royal ladles of Germanyhndmuch of her popularity Is due io the Interest she hat always shown In the sick poor Her Trouble Adam What are you worrying aboutEveIaafraid these new IK leave- rnnt Rolar to jr arwellv r V f- Y 1 9 7 Jesus Teaches Humility SonJiy School Lessee for April 26 1903 Specially Prepared for ThIs Paper IKS80N TEXT John Ul3 Memory verses 35- UOIDKN TKKTA now command ment I Klvf unto you that ye love one another im I have loved youJohn1334 TIME Thutiday evening April G A- nIO Nlaaii 13 the day before tho Passover meal The evening before lila crucifixion lUll last meeting with his disciples Initttutlon of the Ix na upperIIACEn upper room In Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought Arnold of Rugby called Christs washing of his disciples feet the most remarkable of his deeds This is a lesson or the strongest possible contracts We are to see Christs makes ty at Us highest point of earthly glory and his humility at Its lowliest The first picture gives the church a proud sense of Its coming triumph In the orldthe second reminds tho church that R triumphs only through Its lov- Ing tender ministries to men The first picture teaches us personally that if we servo Christ we havc nt our disposal Infinite resources of power and Authority the second that wo must use those resources meekly In serving others Christ fulfilled promptly his prom ise to Peter of an explanation This explanation is In two parts Tho first js a statement of his own supremacy that he was Master and Lord One of yotr calls me the Teacher another the LordBlshop Mlddleton Cor responding to which the followers were disciples or servants Professor Vin cent There was no title so lofty no honor so exalted no devotion so absolute that Christ rejected it at the hands of menRcv J Ritchie Smith The second part of the explanation was that Christs deed was given as nn example It was saying In the lan guage of action that the Son of man came not to bo ministered unto but to minister and that the law of his kingdom was the law of helpfulness Murk 10431G Professor Gilbert Certainly no one of them would claim to be greater than Christ They were servants ho was their confessed Lord They were apostles men sent v 16 ho was the sovereign that sent them forth Surely therefore If ho had washed their feet they also ought to wash one anthers feotny this great object lesson Christ taught the apostles and his disciples throughout all time that the noblest end of mans endeavor Is loving serviceProt Noah K Davis Ph D Now let man blush to be proud for whom God is become hu- mble8t Augustine Christ Intended Ms commandment lo be taken literally when necessary nut now that shoes have taken the place of sandals It Is to be observed In the spirit rather than tho letter Christ did not institute a rite such ai that celebrated In Rome on Thursday In Holy Week when too pope washes tho feet of a few aged putt pets after due private preparation In the presence of the proudest rank It used to be practiced by EngUsh sovereigns on Maundy Thursday James II being the last who did so Century Bible The spirit of the commandment Is to be observed 1 Dy the performance of lowly and disagreeable physical service for others when necessary Those that nurse the sick care for the aged and helpless or work among the de graded or the very poor are often called to deeds like feetwashing The noblest form of help Is to help men to get rid of their spa Alexander Maclarcn That Is the cleansing we all need most To wash one anothers feet Is in the deeper meaning of the thing to help one air other out of the evil that lain the world to aid one another In the keep- Ing of a pure conscience and of a wholesome and holy lIteI Marshall Lang D D We sometimes talk ot the language of the hands And sometimes of the language of the eyes But I think there is also a lan guage of the feet and I could translate tho whole Gospel into it For first comes Jesus when wo are bowed with slnond he says Son of man stand upon by feet And then comes Jeauswben wo wish Joserve him and ho says Wash one anthers feet And then In the morning when wo are his forever It Is at his feet we shall cast our crownsRev O H MorrisonThose are superior in one way should remember that every one maybe superior In some way Arnold of Rugby called attention to the pronoun hwash ono anothers feet Rich and poor high arid low learned and Ignorant arc ho declared mom bert ono of another not two distinct easiest Each can help the other teach the other TheLessons for Servants Many Christians are rulers but all Chris thins art servants The minister of n- churCh is the one who ministers tolts needs The prime minister Is the head servant ot the state Let Wait be atieiedwltboarser vice t IlfIIprlqarlH Jove and Rot merely from a sense of duty Humility must know Itself to Ie humble must be unconscious Some one had Just been reminding a certain blsb potan ctof goodness which ebatt performed Ho said Any good I have v er been able to doIa of the unearned mercy of Cod That Is true humility We feel that the merit la not ours but God a Rev R J Campbell aceuareitfcaa our Meadst 5 ij 1855 Berea College 190 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSc Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach or all 1 ra iOver 60 instructors 1175 students froa 27 states V ii1 Largest college library 18 Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject r So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress lWhich Department Will You Enter 1 IJ THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arltlwnello and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blblo Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions antS compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to- Ot a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In tills course 00 that n young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even K 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 Gen man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use ot laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tho highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and Hear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culturo and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sort for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Dane may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved from students Is paid put 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 are supporting Beea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Herea live In College buildings awl assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to oarn as much as 35 costa a week Some who nerd to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn tram 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books elc vary 1 with different people Berea favors plain clouting Our climate la the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniform mbrollas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing ot bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring BO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a freo gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the halt terra Installments are atf follows SPRING 10 weeks225Gln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1075 Including 100 deposit middle or term 67- 58PRING4 weeks term for those wbo mustjeave for farm work 9MO SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 91045 a FALL19081weeka 82950 In one payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle ot= term 946 J REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive hack for money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance is made for any fraction or a weekr1 On room or on any special expensA no allowance for any unes plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture ot fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within fear terms but making no allowance for any fraction ot a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your journey and are writ started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term Is March 20 1908 The first day ot Full term Is September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE c 1 IiERFJIs KENTUCKY IIIt f 7 That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who fee it The mountain people like a thing when they see it nndto get o75 ct ltknifc with twc JdadeV of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth inqre to the moun tain Icoplothan3ny other dollar paper in the world The K l ife and The Ckizsafor HD rL r Thatbr5Bfailieubecript1galls all the time If yeuhaye not got tjoQi outfit to haft jMve I J1ic 1 rI 1 7 t trJJ ft M j IMJikla Ii wp y- A ITHE SCHOOL 1 of the District School 1Preblems IX School Oovernment liT Prot Dlrnar r f If tho suggestions othU book up to the presort pont were followed there would be little need to dis cuss government Teacher and pupils rwould bo kept so busy carrying on the work of tho school there would j bo no time for mScchlef But after all there Is soiao reason for separate consideration of the subject In the a best laid plane there are breaks and interruptions that cannot bo fore seen Besides the government of a considerable body of people Is an im portant matter and difficult under any circumstances at least until the x art is learned By a vast number It is considered the one disagreeable feature teachlnc and Is particular beginnersf JItIs sate to say that the most essential I part of school management h tho self government of the teacher Practically it all depends upon tho teachers ability to live up to his own ideals If he can do this If ho can make plans and carry them out with such changes only as are necessary to the good of tho school ho will have no trouble But hero Is where the difficulty lies It Is easier to I make plans than to follow them I for one to say or think he will do n w thing Ulan do it The one person In tho school hardest to control will 1e the teacher himself First then a few words directly to tho teacher It Is necessary in the beginning and at all times to cultivate 11will power Set yourself some dally task that you have not been accus tomed to and compel yourself to per form It It It In disagreeable so much the better providing It Is not Injurious When you have triumphed r ovor it appoint yourself another and f so keep on until you have gained such a mastery over self that you can perform any duty no matter how disagreeable Tho first task may be reading the Bible thru In course taking so many chapters or minutes a day and doing It at exactly the time appointed Or It may be you will choose tho history of England ortrescotts Ills tory of Mexico or Stanleys Travels in Africa or some other work These I ought not to be an unpleasant task THE HOSE Doughs and Shortcakes BAKED APPLE DUMPLINGS Make a shortcake dough and roll till onehalf Inch thick Cut into rounds large enough to contain a small apple Place apple pared and cored In center of round fill center with sugar and press edges well together Place dumplings In a buttered pan far enough apart to allow for the swelKng of tho dough Sprinkle the tops thickly with flour sugar cinnamon and bits of butter Pour boiling water on the whole un til water reaches half way up tho dumplings flake until the apples are soft and the tops well browned Serve with the sauce in the pan and thick cream- STEAMED APPLE DUMPLINGS Prepare dumplings as for baking place In steamer vlthout sugar or spices Place coveted steamer over rapidly boiling water keep water boiling and steamer covered ton about fortyfive minutes fr the crust will be heavy Serve with dip made of sweetened cream flavored with putmog3JERRY DUMPLINGS Dumplings may be made of berries t currants or goosebtiries Use fresh berries sweeten and sprinkle with flour before wrapping in dough Moisten the edges of the enlist and pinch well together with floured fin CORRESPONDENCE Coatiuutd from Letaac Interest of the organization of a new Odd Fellows lodge Mr James B Hall ot Lexington was hero last week on stave business He reports times j dulLMrs Martha Parrot has been time It Is said 1aAvery sick for soma Vshe has consumption and will prob ably not recoverMr W A Cope mYJackson Countys representative Prof Charlie and Lizzie Isaacs i wcr guests ct A B Holcombs Sat urday night and Sunday The stave mill ot James B Hall now on the Creech farm will resume work about the 15th under tho management of C C Eaton ot Clay CityB H Hol comb will attend the normal at Egypt Ky beginning Monday April 6 OLIN Olin April 6 Workings seem to I finis t r- J f but to do It regularly and unfailingly requires the oxerclsa of will power An additional task may be going thru a set of physical exercises al regular times say upon rising in tho morning This followed by a sponge bath will bo conductive to health and vigor It was suggested In a previous chap ter that the teacher should have a set of rules relating to his own cat duct keep them in a place where ho can see them every day and mako strenous efforts to live up to tham It may be well Just hero toformulato such a set Everyone must mako hh own but the following are general enough to apply to all 1 I will arrange r dally progrun for mysulf from tho time of rising until retiring 2 I will make a strong effort to live by this program 3 I will bo neat and clean In mf Person and In my personal appear ance 4 I will see that my school house Is neat clean and tastefully adorned 5 I will greet my pupils pleasantly la the morning and be cheerful thr out tho day v 6 I will treat all my pupils vlth unvarying respect and kindness 7 If some do not now seem worthy I will think of what thgy may te come under proper training and treat them accordingly 8 I will perform every duty with the spfrll and energy I would use If I were on trial 9 In word and deed I will try to be a fit example for my pupils Every one has his standard of life and makes a greater or less effort to live up to It why not have It ex pressed In writing like the above and pace It whero It can bo seen frequently In arranging our dally program we must have a time for self examination Wo must review the work of tho day and see If OH actions measure up to the standard The government ot the school may be considered under five heads as follows Order rules punishment management training We will dis cus them In tho order named t I I Quick t gars so the Juice jvlll not escape Sprinkle the tops ot berry dumplings with sugar and flout but no spices APPLE ROLl Roll a rich biscuit dough to one fourth of an Inch thickness Spread thickly with cooked dried apples mashed sweetened and seasoned with ground cinnamon to taste Begin at front and make a roll moisten and pinch ends and side well together Place in buttered baking pan sprinkle thickly with flour su gar cinnamon and bits ot butter Covet half way with bol1pg water and bake Serve with sauce In pan and with thick cream BCRRY ROLL- Preparo as for apple rolls but use no cinnamon The berries should bd Well rolled In flour before spreading on the dough- GRANDMOTHERS COBBLER Line the sides ot a bakingpan with rich biscuit dough rolled to one fourth of an inch In thickness Fill the bakingpan with thinly sliced apples or peaches Sprinkle with flour sugar and butter Add enough water to set the fruit to cook ing and cover with a crust cut to fit the pan first cutting a gash In the center to allow the steam to escape Bake until the fruit Is done and the crust brown Serve hot with butter or with cream I be all the go in this community Farmers are getting behind with their ploughing owing to the rainy weather Wheat crops are looking fine Nearly everybody is done sow ing oatsJohn Stewart has moved to Owaley County Married on March 25 Miss Jennie Hurley of this place to Robert Murray ot Welchburg Bgrn to Dire Lige Combs on the 2d a fine boy Hardln Shepherd purchased a farm from R P Welch for 1200We still have some whoop Ing cough Miss Etta Medlock was the guest of Mrs Belfo Morris last Sunday Old Bro George Johnston filled his regular appointment nth Blooming Grove Saturday and Sun day He Is about 75 years old Henry Holcomb has rented the John Barret property for this year Miss Mattle Murray of Welchburg was visiting In this part Saturday and S H Sunday Mount stewart hal a work ins the first day cf April and gave a nice birthday dinner In honor of his wife IleaLET Hurley April 9 Mre Lizzie Mc Collum IB Very olck Born to Mrs Wiley Hurley a fine glrllrs L J Colo visited Mm Eliza Cole near Mlddlefork Monday Eatunay and Sunday will bo the regular church meeting day nt this place Wo are glad to say that cur Sunday school Is progressing nicely Wo1 Were pleas ed to see iv plcco from PIttsburg In in Tho Citizen Mr Jako Morris and Dennlo Johnson wont to working at Johnny Laket on Horse Lick Wed nesday Mr Jake Gabbard Jr to on tho sick list MlllMLKrOUK Mlddlefork April 10Mr and Sirs Levi Gabbard and daughter of Parrot visited at J W Angels Sunday Mr D D Colo and little son Jessu who have been Ob tho sick list for several days are convalescing Born to Mrs J P Wilson a fine boy Apr GHarry Tussoy of Indian Greek via ited At his grandmas Mrs Lctha Tus soy This week Mr A Parrot of Par rot Ky was In this community Friday fishing and hunting J W Angel made two trips to Livingston this week hauling toads for Amyx and Eagle of McKeo Onay Tusscy who bai been sick so long Is up again Jake Tus cy oJ Dango visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday master Parrot April 11oeo Gabbard and J H Hundley moved their saw mill to Black Lick Branch last Sat urday to tho old Gabbard Btandj Win Cunaglm has secured a traveling position with tha Tloasa and Ratlltt Chemical Co ot Cincinnati J Hoi lard Is buPdlng an addition to nU dwelling house David Hcllard brought Jerome Hcllard a load ot boards last IondnJ II Hundley has been doing come hustling this week Corn is getting scarce here now The mcrchanto hero are giving ten cents for eggs now Morgan Rimes and Delbert Colo ot Middle fore were hire on business Wednes day Grant Tlnchcr says the moire les have made him feel ton years old erIsaac Morris and Ellhu Hurley passed thru hero thin week wlt1two loads ot goods Tom Fllnchum Is trying to get his pension Increased Arter McDanlcl of Caries was In our midst Thursday MEMOIR Died at her home Onedla Clay Co March 2 1905 Mrs Lucinda Hacker daughter of Mr and Mrs Da Id Haz Elwad ot Bcnge Ky She leaves n loving husband six children a father mother five sisters three brothers a host of reltlvea and friends to mourn her death but weep not dear ones Your loss Is her eternal gain Sturgesn April 3 Whereas it his pleased Gcd in Ha divine will to remove from hlo labors here on earth Mr HurrUpn Ncely who 110 parted this lit April 2 We extend to his wife and fair children our heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of sorrow and bereave mint And wo would commend him to cvr kind heavenly Father who knoweth and dcctii all things wolf Blessed are tho dead who die In the Lord for they rest from their labors and their works follow them His remains will bo laid to rest In the Brewer cfimetery this afternoon Lucian Brewer NOTICE The Citizen Is sorry to have to announce anew rule There have been a good many people recently who have w hed to have us print memoirs of doStr ones who have gone away We sympathize deeply In any sorrow of the kind but there are so many thlngat that our readers want to know w do not feel that we can give more than so much space to such articles ffp hereafter we will have to Insist that such piece be not over onoNjiundred words long THE IDOL BUSINESS How many young beings are sacri ficed to the Idol Business Parents send their boys and girls unseasoned undeveloped from the school room to tho desk the counter tie type mach- Ine to work all day often by artlflcal lighttheir recreation and occasional owning Ina closed theater Instead of an afternoon under the skies and green trees All to make money And when tho money Is made too often the man Is unmade as God created him Health In gone or else the soul Is shriveled the Imagination crippled the zest o lifer has vanished Often it la necessity that goada the young to the pcnnaturo slavery but often again It Is ambition or greed on the part of parents or the Idea that their chief duty to the boy is fo Inur him early to the yoke and fr orr k 11 JCo NEGROES AND TAFT From Now York Are Negro Match 18 1908 It Is gratStylng to noto that tho colored people ct the country are beginning to ctudy tho present polit- Ical situation from a sauo and con servative standpoint Quo finds in reading tho lettcra to tho prow both white and colored that the thoughtful colored nen In tho States are doing all in their power to neg ative tho Ideas advanced by n hand ful of radicals that colored men should voto the Democratic ticket nexffall If Secretary Taft should become the nominee of the Chicago con vention Under tho present conditions In this country there la absolutely nothing to fear as to the altitude of tho Negro veto next November Ninetynine per cent of It will bo cast for the Republican nominee for President wnoevcr It may be There Is no refuge for the colored voter In this country but tho Republican party the party that has done all that hire ever been done for the Ne groLast month threo or four colored preachers one bishop and a few Don ocmtie Ngro politicians at icmpl ed to make It appear that tho bishops of tho three branches of tho col ored Methodist church assembled in Wuihlngton were bitterly opposed to President Roosevelt and tho Secre tary of War William II Taft The sensational headlines In the proa were calculated to give one this impression But when the articles themselves wore carefully read It was seen that tho bishops as a whole had nothing whatever to do with the sentiment expressed In them Tho socalled Resolutions of Blah ops was a most flagrant attempt to deceive the country Not a single bishop signed them and perh spa none but Bl hop Alexander Walters of tho Zion A JI K Church knew of tljelr existence They were vylt ten adopted and given to the country by three or four preachers without the sanction of the church or tho blshbpS council It was purely a cheap political trick that has fail ed utterly The trhole scheme of these men teas discredited when many of tho bishops wrote1 denials of their participation In any meet ing whatever that had for IU pur pose antagonism to the President or to Secretary Taft Tho resolutions themselves bore tho headlines Res olutlons of Blohopa and began We tha colored ministers of tho A M K churches of the United States etc There could not have been a plainer or morn palpable attempt to mislead and deceive tho colored voters of tho country Behind this scheme there was a halt dozen col ored men who havo been affiliating with tho Democratic party for years They met with those recalcitrant preachers constantly while they were hero and posing as great and unsel fish lovers of tho race used Browns ville as a Shibboleth to arouse the Negro against tho Republican party end Its loaders It is pleasing to note that there to a very strong sentiment growing up among colored people in all parts of the country la behalf of the candi dacy of Secretary Taft for the nom ination at Chicago In June Thoughtful mon havo begun to study tho man and his splendid career as they touch thojlfb and place In tho body politic of the dark races recently brought under the protecting wing of the United States government What he bIlK done for the Filipino and the Cuban ho will do for the Negro American when tho opportun ity comes to him William H Taft is the son of Alphonzo Taft statesman and abolitionist He is the seton of tho stock that has always stood for equai rights for all men and hole tho only cabinet officer tho coun try has had who has ever held up the order of a President for any period however brief for any cause what cver Colored men are beginning to appreciate the full significance of tho act of the Secretary of War when he held back tho Presidents order relative to the dismissal of the black battalion for twentyfour hours In order to stay tho execution oflt finally It possible Thru an inadvertence The Citizen last weak forgot to mention Prln Kirk Smith of the Runkel High school at Lebanon as among those present at the conference or Colored Graduates of Boron Mr Smith wishes the oversight corrected so that there will be no wrong Impression as to his attitude In the matter of the new school keep him under It steadily that he may become a man of business When he falls In harneaj It la piously con sidered to be the doing of a myste rious Providence to whose will one must be resigned Mary K Bryan In Uncle RemuaB Magazine for April 1 REPORT ON PIKES Somo weeks ago It will bo remembered tho Grand Jury made a report which was published In thcso columns charging mismanagement In the matter of the appropriations for tho Im provement of tha county roads Tho Fiscal Court took cognizance of this report and appointed n committee consisting of Magistrate Coy end Jones and Mr II W Coylcr to lures tlgato the matter This committee took tbt matter in hand and made a tboro study of tho question tatting depositions and Inquiring carefully Into the management of each road up on which money had been spent Yesterday morning tho record of their findings was flied before tho court and deposited with tho County Clerk Tho document Is far loo bulky foi publication and we regret that wo have not tho space for Its complete reproduction but It would fill govern shrill tho size of this paper It com pletuly upholds time findings of tho Grand Jury and states that the roads have been badly managed and that much moro money has been paid for their maintenance than shows up In the way of Improvements it deals with each road separately and Ink Itg them collectively states that thorn Is sucplcloue appearance of graft about tho mrttcr but that It knows lot where to put tho blamo limy cltUtm who may desire to Inquire In ho mutter more particularly raft find tho records oc the with Clerk Cobb Wo quote an extract from the re port as samples of IU contents Wo lId that on a number of pikes Investigated by Limit committee that there hM been moru or less graftitho word negligence wna later substituted the exact amount of which wo are unable to determine but vrc4o know that there have been overcharge and that tho county has paid for work that has never been performed on tho following pikesDarnes Mill Maple Grove Carvers Kerry Tates Creek Big Hill Union pike from Union City 10 Kentucky Hirer Kentucky Register NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued crow Plat Mac away from school on April 1 as an April fool Joke MINERS TROUBLE There is ntgl no sign of an agreement between the mine owners and the 250000 miners who quit work on April 10 lOT ANY FLEAST Our big Undo Satn In Washington Is out after tiers Ii wants a lot of them and ail kind The reason ia thllflelll carry diseases It has been proved a long time ago that mosquitoes carry and really cause yellow fever and malaria and that common flies carry certain other diseases and now It has been found that fleas are about the worst of tho lot There imp a horrible disease called the plague that once swept over Europe kill lag from a third to a matt of the people and still kills thousands every year In tho far East Last summer u few cases appeared In San Francisco There was dancor that It would spread all over tblr county and kill half the people and It probably would havo It the electors had not got onto tho fleas They found out that fleas carried the disease from one person to another and that only a certain kind of fleas the kind that lives on ratr did the If a flea didnt bto you you wouldt get the plague So instead of quaran tining tho tick people and making everybody unhappy they went to work to kill rats That was aU jut kill rats And eo Instead of having twenty million people die only seventyfour died and only 121 got tho dlBcasc You lien bow Im portant that It was to get those fleas Now tho governments health ox ports want to find out whether tho fleas carry any other kind of dls cares So they want to get all the fleas that the people will take the trouble to fend to them only the fleas mutt bo alive dead ones are no good to them IN OUR OWN STATE Cttaud frm Pint Pate the petition of Beech Hargls lawyers for ball and the boy must stay In JailSULLIVAN BRTTER Rep Jorre Sullivan who has been 111 with pneumonia has been able to return to tits home In Richmond THURMAN CONFESSED Leo Thurman of West Point Ky who was hung In Norfolk Va for kill- Ing his room mate left a written con fessionFIGHT ON EDWARDSThe fight against Edwards In the Eleventh District Is getting hotter and his enemies are claiming that he is beat en already Bradley Is fighting him because he has refused toturn against Tatt the limiter mea are fighting his because ot their eld I t J 4w hMPP grudge and some one line started a story that ho sent a man to Willaon to argue against a pardon for Powers Ho has said that ho signed the Pow era petition and offered In writing to get others to sign U but this makes no difference to tho peoplo who are trying to beat him They are against Edwards not for Powers but they hope to make lowers friends turn against the Congressman h The Frankfort correspondent to tho Cincinnati Kquircr says It has lust leaked out that theca camo nearly Ic ing a serious break between GovWiy son and State Senator A R Burnam of Madison County during the session just closed The dlcagreomcnt came up over tho pauaga of tho bill making an appropriation fo the two State Noimal Schools and tho State Univer sity One of lire schools Js located at Richmond Senator A R Barnauls town This was tho first appropriation bill to pass and It Will rumored that tho Governor Intended to disapprove It on Recount ot the size of tho ap proprlatlon Tho Senator called at the Executive office and found that tho voto moss ago had already been written There wir a dented argument between tho Executivo null the Scnntorand fin ally Jutgo Burnam tod tho Governor If ho persisted In his determination to kill tho bill ho Illinium would roclgn his sent In the Eonato and f bftok borne null toll his people why ho dId so AJ Judge Buniam Is one of tho moat Influontla Republicans In the State tho Governor tore up lire veto mewage afflxluc iris approval Instead THE MARKET terea Prices Eggs per dozen lie flutter per Ib 1523a Potatoes helm per bar JlOO Apples per bs3 00 Maces per IliIDlie Ham per Ibl2cI- ard per IbIcChickens oa foot per lb lite Chickens dressed per Ib Utfc Live Steck LouUvlllo April II 1909 Choice export steers G 00 G GO Light shipping steers G CO C fO Choice butcher steers G 23 a CO Medium butcher steers 4 76 1i6 Common butcher steers 4 23 C 76 Choice butcher heifers 4 75 C 15 Medium butcher heifer 4 00 4 15 Common butcher hollers 3 GO 4 00 Choice butchtr cows 4 00 4 0 Medium butcher COWL 3 GO 4 tO Common butcher cows Ji 7G 3 fo Canners 1 53 4 fO Choice fat oxen 4 GO C to Medium oxen 3 00 4 25 Choice bulls 3 CO I 23 Medium bulls 2 76 3 CO Common bull 2 25 2 75 Choice veal calves G CO C 00 Medium veal calves 4 69 6 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 CO Good feeders 4G0 G 00 Medium feeders 4 00 4 60 Common feeders 3 CO 4 0 Choice tock steers 4 00 4 M Medium stock steers 3 CO 4 00 Common stoat steers 3 00 3 CO Choice stock heifers 3 36 3 75 Medium stock boilers 2 75 3 96 Common mlxttl stockers 2 75 3G Choice milch cow 35 00 45 00 Medium milch cow 25 00 35 09 Common milch cows 10 00 20 0 BOOS Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 IDS Gj5 Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs 626 Choice pigs 00120 Ibs C 00 515 Light pigs CiO 90 Ibs 4 00 4 25 Light shippers 1201CO lbs C 60 C 70 Roughs 1BOCOO lbs 2 GO C O- IRUP Choice fat sheep G 00 G CO Medium sheep 3 N 4 M Common sheep 2 M 1 09 Bucks 2 50 4 00 Choice lambs G 00 6 CO Good butcher lambs G CO 6 00 Culls and tallends 4 00 500 MESS PORK J9 CO radLNluat 11 to llKeg- HOULDEWJ IKc prIb BACON Clear rib sides 8o regular clear sides Sfcc breakfast bacon l4tte wer eared lavmlfer I3e kMB extra Io bellies llfkt 114 IaM lkLARDPt ttoasa la misuse 1 of pun lef la UMMl9e U tlIicDRIED BEEP llo EGGS Caso count 13c per doi candled Ha- DUTTEItiSe per lb I J POULTRY SpriBK cklektM Mall 15250 per lb largo 160 hen 12c ducks lie WHEAT No 2 95c No393e CORNNo 3 white C8o No3 miXed 68c- OATSNew No 3 white CBo No 3 mixed 63c- HYE No 2 Northern 91c No 3 Northern 91c f THOUSANDS ARE WITHOUT HOMES FLAMES DEVASTATE MANUFAC TURING TENEMENT AND RE TAIL SECTIONS TEN MILLION DOLLAR FIRE AT CHELSEA MASS Fifty Persons Injured and Four Are Killed Terrific Cale Carries Myriads WoodenrHeelcn Apiii laAt an early hour Monday morning the ruins of tho burn cd district In Chelsea wero Under juord of H companies of tbo state wattle and marines from tho Charles tnwa navy yard Mil tho city woe undoi Inertial law to prevent looting Tin kUdtcn wore supplied with ball cart idKC An apparently imlgnincrnt fire v hlch iitiirtrd among rugs on n dump in the city of Chelsea Sunday wai tAnned tiy n northwest gale Into a call itagratton which obliterated neatly onethird of tho city Flvo hundred dwelling houses and jibllc buildings were deployed LGOi nlllea wcro driven from their habl Inns and 10000 persona made homo ltetn Two thee are known to have been lost and at n late hour Sunday night it woe reported that two others had Initialled cue n woman baying shot herself In a frenzy over her Inability to save her property Perhaps 50 were Injured Its nccttrnto estimate of Iho low is Imrowlble The city solicitor cull imitca U at nearly 10000000 The fire which woe tho worst Groat tr Boston has known In many years raged before n 45mllo gale fur moro than IS hours defying the utmost ct furls of the combined fire departments of ChtUca and several nearby titles and n largo detachment of Boston fire zilch and apparatus The fire area which ace lu tho form of an ellipse a milo and ft halt Ion sad halt a mite wide at Ita IIroadNt 3 art extended diagonally across the city tram it point near the boundary Irtwwn IJvcrett and ChoUca to the v raters of Cholera creek It was useless for tho firemen to cMunpl lo check the onrushing flame b4oro the gale and their main efforts ttre In Itfveut a spread of the lire eat 1I11t r tide Their last stand with taken nt Chill Mft BQinro lain In the nfternoon and fur hours a doubtful battle was waged At 9 oclock word was pasted that 1 ill firemen icra wlnulnif and with n mewed energy oho contest was pressed At 10W oclock official nnnounrcmon woo nudo by Chief II A BiKmeor that the fire woe under control Tho majority of the buildings Vcr et wool and worn completely destroys cit lint structures of other material Auro almost cs quickly and thoroughly luitneratrxl by tbo llcrceness of the blntc Alt Hie banks moro titan tbrortquan ttro Of the churches half of tho bust awes blocks and nearly all the nchool nuns worn wiped oul Onn hospital and u day nursery wer deatrWedIn turmoil many of tho rick and infirm found difficult In obtaining ne tlKUncc And eovcrnl of them had nor raw escapes lonto IB the afternoon the wind had carrier burning embers across Chelsw creek und buildings In Fast Uoston raiiKhL but extensive darasgo there was provcnlcd by prompt and cnsr- ietlc work by tho firemen A OARED AS MEN Mother and Daughter With Litters Lover Commit Numerous Thefts womanpeeringhave ben one of tho daring burglars vbo kayo been doing much work and cniMria so much alarm In Brldgetwi recently The mystery has been clean c ed up and householders breathu much butter Harry Dllzxard and MniiBllsav Y both Iawetw weroyarrested for stein Jng fry the Arctic Ice Milk Co and tipre caught with the goods by Detcc tlvo Frnrk JJorc who got a signed 4s end eerroborated confeiwlou from the Q Idea Mating that ho and Sire Parsons het robmd about 40 places with the aMnnc of the latter adopted daugh r1st Maude aged 18 within the past tllw wjka Both + omen wore rar nn P clot Itl ag Jo avoid detection and mot- hS err and daughter entered olanYof thq 1ioURW with him Bllacard iti about 2- ur rrti fi ytiarti oM and Fee infatuated with the E1rJFs 1 Satisfactory Day Passed By Evans r IKaNoblesr Cal I1rI113Rr ljV Adm ilvtRpaseed n very salltfactorj izA x lav and Sunday night thowu some 1m jjretement lie has been rut on file ji regular Good For Baseball c rs tobite Ala April Ililt III reports cd from an authoritative soured that Cvt Judge JHlcii E Alford of the interlot 1 w tJllltH1eOHrt will declare the law i fitrevcnllrig the playing of baseball on 4 Sunday lobe uncojnaUtutfoiml Must put Expenses Jf Witaatpeg April 13 iotleeewerC rent outfront the general offices of the tfrjr C Mian Paeinc Canadian Northers rF sadGreed Trunk Paolflc ordering the 4Iaet departments to out expexsee I4 7y iqo ttt11 orreiluoiNg pageR I js L r1 r lt 1 NAVY TOWNS PHOJEGTEO BASED ON COASTS PLANNED TO UPHOLD SERVICE Enlisted Men Would De Given Op portunlty to turchc e Homes on Atlantic or Pacific Coast New York Navy dopnrtmenl officials have under consideration a project for the establishment on tho Atlantic nod Pacific coasts of what will be kuownas homo bases for the fleets whore enlisted men would bo given on opportunity to purchase homes and whom tho ships would call at regular Intervals Establishment of ouch a community oplnIoubelieved to have had much to do with the Visit to Now York tho other dRY of Assistant Secretary of the Navj Truman II Nowbcrry who sailed along tho Staten Island coast pro Bumably looking for n site suitable for tho establishment of one of these pro posed navy villages For many years navy officer have advocated creating home ports to In crease the Attractiveness of tho sere Ico and to bring about n lnuch needed increase In enlistments llefora the departure of the Atlantic fleet for the Pacific ocoan the enlisted strength of the navy was far below the require meats of the service Then came the announcement of tho long cruise with IU many ports of call and entertain menU by foreign countries This In creased the enlistments tho result being that when tho fleet salted tin strength of the service was nearer the authorized maximum than U had been In years It will bo necessary soon for tho de partmrnt to do something to keep the thousands of welltrained men In the service Title tho officials believe the establishment of homo bases will ac couipllsn Rear Admiral Buiwell commandant of tho navy yard In Puget sound la said to have Interested a number of prominent Pacific coast men la the project of establishing such a com uiunlty there A largo plot of ground may bo purchased near tbo Puget sound yard where tho enlisted met will bo given the opportunity of buying lota and erecting homes for their fan lies OMAHA MUST PAY 6263295 Appellate Court Decides Water Works Case Against City St Louis The United States clr cult court of appeals sitting In 8t Louis handed down an opinion Tuw day ordering tho case of the Omaha Water Works company against the city of Omaha Neb remanding it to the United States district court where It was tried with tho Instruction that Iho ease was to bo so decided that the city of Omaha must purchase tho wa Icr works system of the Omaha Water Works company paying for It 0263 29340 This amount Is the appraised value of the Omaha water works by the three engineers appointed to deter mlno tho value to tho city Judge Hock wrote tho opinion which was concurred la by Judges Adams and Onrland OPEN SHOP ON GREAT LAKES Vessel Owners Adopt Policy of Ignore leg Unions Cleveland OTho open shop policy will bo adhered to by Vessel owners In tho operation of boats upon the great lakes this OalonA stand of this character In dealing with organized labor was Unanimously agreed to at tho annual meeting of the Lake Carriers association hero Thurs dayTho rulo will bo put Into operation At once and will affect upward of 40 000 men Whether the plan adopted by the boat owners will bo opposed by the various unions Is unknown None of their representatives was present at the meeting Iron Chain Deal Invalid Lincoln NebDr E C Spinney or Chicago must pay back the sum of 7800 received from the Iron Chain a Minnesota organization So de Glared Iho supreme court In a dectstos rendered Friday Dr Spinney IBat the head of a fraternall society the Danker Union This organlsatloi took over tho Iron Chain In 1901 At that time tine home omco of the flank era Union was located at Omaha Thc Nebraska court holds that the pur chase of the Minnesota society wal not valid Lynching Follows Assault Fort Worth Tex Three Incur after ho had attempted a crlm twit assault on May Morris a 12year old white girl at tenancy Alber Fields a negro was arrested and full y Identified After he made a full con fusion ho was taken to tho courthouse yard a rope placed around lilt neck a horse driven front cruder litn and hewas left hanging Rock Causes a Fatal Wreck Kenora OntA rock fa lln fron of a Canadian Pacific railway passen ger train near here Thursday night derailing tha train and causing the partial destruction of four conch Hngtnefer Love was killed Priest Kills Himself JoeepAh olla Church of the Blessed Sacraaen In tills elty shot himself twice in the heart Friday afternoon In his study He dld almost iMtaatl iII1f j FIERCE RIOT IN PENSACOLA IMPORTATION OF STRIKE BREAK ERS CAUSES BATTLE Street Car Men from St Louts Are At tacked and Fifteen of Them Arc Beaten PensacolH FlaTho bringing of a carload of strike breakers from St Louis Friday afternoon by tho Pen sacola Electric company was tho sig pal for rioting and disorder which re suited In tho Injury of 15 of the im ported men No sooner had tho strike breakers arrived and started for tho car sheds than a fight occurred between thorn and tho sympathizers of tho union men and corner of Palafox and Wright streets where the first battle occurred there was a continual riot In which bricks bottles and shells were hurled at the strlko breakers and in turn tho latter fired shots and used heavy sticks and bricks For over an hour the riot continued the strike breakers gradu ally getting nearer to the car barns but before they reached there 1C had been wounded When near tho car barns so fierce was the onslaught on the body of Im ported men that they separated and fled 30 running into a negros htfuac while the remainder reached the car barn and barricaded tho doors Tho 30 men In tho house barricaded tko doors and It took the police over an hour to disperse tho mob and remove the men to places of safety All night there were great crowds on the streets The mayor has issued a proclama lion closing all saloons and tho board of public safety has ordered tho mar shal to swear In a sufficIent number of deputies to quell tho disturbance Seventy strike breakers were I marched to the city Jail whore they were kept In safety all night Iciijamln Commons vicepresident of tho International Association of Street Railway Employee made an ad dress urging the strikers to disperse and BO to their homes quietly BAD FLOODS IN SOUTHWEST One Man Killed and Traffic Impeded In Missouri Joplin MoOno man killed rail road traffic Impeded caveIns oh the electric and SU Louis San Francis co lines near Joplin and mines in tho UadgcrPeacock district Inundated aro some of tho features of the flood that la sweeping southwest Missouri Levi Sovlcr a minor was drowned In tho Iroquois mine Near Monett the overflow from Spring river washed out tho St Louis San Francisco tracks and trains are delayed The tracks of tho Mis sour Pacific aro washed out near Granby Portions of Carthage are Inv undated The big dam of the Spring River Water c at Varck Kant is holding Its own against the great volume of water that is pressing against it- CANADIAN OFFICIAL ARRESTED American Immigrant Officer Takes Son of Mayor Prisoner Winnipeg Man Herbert Wright a Canadian customs officer at Emerson Man was arrested at Noyes Minn Wednesday at the point of a revolver by a United Statea Immigrant officer intoaUnited State May French who had been denied admission to the agoI of Emersoh Ho was taken to Crookston Minn for trial There Is much bitter feeling between the officials of tho t two governments nt Emerson and j Noyee Mother and Children Drown childrentwere drowned Friday when their rsi riverIwas on manic wlilen 1tad been largely under I mined during the recent floods Mall Robbery at JanesylHe- I Janesvllle WlsTwo mall tacks with eastern states mail were stolen from a depot platform here Thursday night The reeks were found ripped epee nil it lit the contents goae OFFERED MONEY FOR MURDER Serious Evidence Against Thomas Me Gonnlgle and Mrs Burnett Richmond MOtn the trial here Friday of Thomas McGonnlglo and Mrs Jane Burnett accused of the murder of Mrs Margaret McGonnlg4c Thomas Bailey 21 years old son of a farmer said that In 1907 Thomas Mc Gonnlglo offered him 150 If ho would kill Mrs McGonnlglc Bailey said he refused to do so and that McGonntglo then threatened to kill hint if be re vealed what he had said Mrs Fannie Davis testified that Tom McGonnlgle and his sister Mrs Burnett had offered her 50 to kill Mrs McGonnlgle Thomas she test fled had fixed a bottle of wino with poison in It to give to Mrs McGon nlglc but witness hall destroyed the wine Then they wanted her to shoot Sirs McGonnlgle she testified and leave the revolver and a hat at the house to give the Impression that a man had killed her At another time they gave her some poisoned cake to give to her Mrs Jane Burnett the witness said had told her that she would kill Mrs McGonnlgle DETROIT JURY IS SCORED Judge Angered by Acquittal of Self Confessed Murderer Detroit MlchIOThls Is one of tho vilest miscarriages of justice that has over been heard of In this com munity sold Judge Phelan In the recorders court Thursday afternoon when a Jury found 18yearold Percy Bowln of Woodvlllo OnL not guilty of the brutal murder on January 7 of C3yearold Mrs Cornelia Welch pro prietress of a disreputable place on Congress street east which Bowln had frequented Bowln bad admitted his guilt and made a detailed confession of how ho killed the old woman and stole and pawned her diamonds This confes sion signed by Bowln was placed in evidence Then Bowln took tho stand and repudiated it absolutely saying that CapU McDonnell induced him to make It by talking of the strong case against him and promising to help him to a pardon later This the captain and other officers denied absolutely Tho pollco offered a great deal of evi deuce to confirm the statements In Bowlns confession STRANGE CAREER IS ENDED Dr JS Cabanne of St Louis Dies In an Asylum St Lorls After a career ranging from respect and affluence to poverty and disgrace Dr James Shapard Cabanne C9 years old founder of the fashionable residence district known as Cabanne place died Tuesday at SL Vincentsasylum For 25 years Dr Cabanno lived a dual life in St Louts maintaining one homo In Cabanno place where he was known as a wealthy and successful physician and in another in North St Louis where he was known as Mr Norris Mm Cabanas divorced her husband In 1904 Soon afterward ho lost his money through unfortunate specula lion Last May as an act of repara tlon he wedded Della Doherty a for flier domestic in his household and the mother of four of his children who with these children lived In the Norrls home In North St Louis Electric Car Kilts Five Chicago Four women were In stantly kijled and one man fatally Injured when a westbound Aurora Elgin and Chicago electric car struck q carriage two miles west of May wood a suburb Wednesday afternoon The man who was driver of the car riage died four hours later in thn Maywood Union hospital without rev covering consciousness Dies Leaving 201 Descendants Burlington la11ra Racbael Teen berger of Nlota HI died Thiilnday at the age of F7 attlio home of her daugh tor Mrs Racbal McCasklll In Burl Ingtou hire Isouberger leaves 14 children lilt 201 descendants Victim Husbands Rage Dies Pueblo C lMts Sherman T Cam back a widely woman who was shot by her hwband In a jealous rage on the night of January 30 after which he in tantly lulled himself died bora Thursday alght I Most VOICE FROM A ROOM le Which Son Was Killed Fixed Hour of Fathers Death Owlngjvllle Ky4 strange story In regard to tho recent death of Almnnza Byrd at his home near this place haa Just been told by his family He was occupying an upstairs room when early In tho morning lio rushed down Into tho family room and In a very excited manner told his wife that a voice had said to him Byrd you will die before 12 oclock today She tried to convince him that It was his Imagination but he grew more ex cited and vehemently protested that the volcu was real and Its prediction only too true All that could bo done dfd not calm him nnd his agitation and fear became intense and uncon trollable and when finally almost ex hausted he lay down and suddenly died almost without a struggle It was in tho room occupied by Byrd on tho morning of his death that he blew out tho brains of his son with a load of buckshot two or three years ago Ills son had battered down the door and was advancing on his father with uplifted ax when tho fatal shot waa tired CHARGES ARE DENIED Men Accused By Staten File Answer to 50000 Suit Covlngton to the suit led In tho United States court in Coy Ington by Elbcrt Route John Flan ncry Benjamin McCracken and Hilt man Hamilton the defendants Staton sued for 50000 damages said to have been sustained when his tobacco was destroyed by night ri ders in Brooksvlllc Staten alleged conspiracy of tho defendants with about 150 others and that ho was compelled to accompany them to the warehouse and was beaten by them Tho answers deny the allegations of the petition and were med individually by tho defendants Fight Rum In Florida Frankfort KyDr Charles Tw Col line for several years of the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky has resigned and will move to Florida to take up antisaloon wcrk in that state Dr M B Adams former pres ident of tho Kentucky AntiSaloon League states tliablt will concentrate Its fight In this state solely upon the extension of tho county unit bill N o Room For New Companies Frankfort KyAdjt Gen P P Johnston has received application for 15 or 20 new companies ofstotu guards to be mustered in Eastern Kentucky As the Eastern Kentucky district comes under the Second regi ment there are no vacancies and con sequently no additional companies can be mustered In- Killed By Raiders Hopklnsville KyTom Weaver at Canton TrIgg county a colored packer In the employ of an association tobacco house at Golden Pond was taken from his bed at midnight by a band of 40 masked men and whipped The rl dent then commanded him to run When ho failed to obey ho was shot in the back Kentucky Family Poisoned Lexington tyThe family of Si nion Holteran of Bourbon county in a peculiar way Mrs Holteran while mixing biscuits used rat poison mistaking it for soda Mrs Holteran her husband daughter and two sons at tho biscuits Physicians are doing everything possible to save their lives Cartridge and Matches Frankfort Ky Charles M Parrish of too state auditors office exhibited a notice written in red ink which ho received presumably from night ri ders A cartridge and several matches accompanied the note which writ re ceived through the mall Mr Parrish has decided not to raise any tobacco this year Two Counties Raised Frankfort IyThe state board of equalization took up the assessment of Caldwell and Rowan counties As eesmcnt on farm land of the former was raised 4 per cent and an S percent raise was made on town lots In Rowan county the false was 5 pet cent on each Grower Flees State Louisville KyJD McKlbbon of Bracken county dlspotcd of all tho tobacco he had on the local breaks 1 Ije Bald that the night riders had de stroyed practically everything he own + ed at Augusta had threatened his life and that ho determined to quit the state Defaulter Losnted Louisville Kyin R suIt filed In this city it was learned that LntUinon D Carter a defaulting Louisville man Is a Colville Wash He disappeared R ytiar ago h110OOO belonging tl- I the Russell estate Held At Night Riders P ducali KyrJ H Peek and Kelly Knight were held to this Lyon county irand jury charged with being In the ulg lit riders raid on Bddyvlllo and D Uibt1rg They wets presented nil I waived b TJ IKentucky Gleanings Lii nr Important 1of KyAnswers ajDrackencounty superintendent wefepolsonciS wamlaaUotI FINES TOTALED 2734949 Paid By Seven Men Indicted For Oper sting the Kentucky Lottery Covington KYSeven of the cloven men Indicted by the federal grand jury last February for operating the Ken Lucky Lottery Co were assessed fines In the federal court In this city aggregating the sum of 2734749 Through the efforts of the attorneys for the de tense n compromise with tho govern ment authorities was effected Cons sequcniiy tho hearing was of short du ration The plea of guilty wits entered by the prisoners when arraigned before Judge Cocbrnn Maurice Rich mond of Covington who was at tho bead of the concern then agreed to refrain front carrying on any business of a like nature In the future and to turn over all the paraphernalia of hU business to the government The tines woro then given as follows Maurice Richmond 10500 J R Jameson 5000 C E Wells 5000 Laney Long 5000 W II Armstrong 1250 Louis Gallo 250 lames Starr alias Moore 200- TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES Want Liquor Legislation Included If Wlllson Calla Extra Session Frankfort Ky Representative J F Porter of Webster county democrat here before the board of equalization doubts that much good could be ac complished even If an extra session of the legislature Is called He said In response to the question whether be thought an extra session would be called If sufficient pressure is brought to bear and Gov Wlllson feels that an extra session Is fleece sary I believe he will call one Indlr virtually I would very much regret to see an extra session called The po litical parties at present being equally divided mako It doubtful as to the ro suits accomplished The more sub- Jects embraced in the call if an extra session is held would render more doubtful the results of an extra ses don Of course Cv Wiltsonit ad ministration is pledged to aecuro the passage of tho county unit bill and it may be that he will use his best efforts tp carry out the pledgeI Soldiers Will Make Arrests Paducah Ky Sulllclcnt evidence line been secured for tho Issuance of warrants against 10 alleged night ri ders In Calloway county and they will be arrested in the next few days The soldiers In charge of Lieut N J WIl burn will make the arrests and summon tho witnesses The preliminary trials will bo before County Judge J G Wells who is waging warfare on night riders and says ho will restore peaco in his county it it costs him his life Ho has received n number of death threats Not Pipeful of Burley Lexington KySecretary J P Clark of the Fayette board of control of tho Society of Equity said rho canvassed returns from every county In the white burley district show that wo have the flght for no crop in 191S won and that there will not be enough tobacco grown In Central KentuckY this year to give each man a pipeful around Raises Assessments Frankfort KyThe statu board ol equalization passed finally upon Ban ren county raising the assessment 7 per cent on land and 10 per cent on town lots Bullltt county 2 per cent on lands and Hardln county 4 per cent on lands and 2 per tent on town lots Hargis Pleads For Bait Jackson Ky Application for ball for Beach Hargls was made beforu Judge J P Adams here The dotcnsci submitted Its testimony and one witness for the commonwealth was introduced The court reserved Its dclslon- It Is believed ball will bo granted L Raiders Ready For Victims Lexington KyNlgbt Riders again aro becoming active in Montgomery county Notes have been lentIIto various fanners threatening them with a whipping Matches and pow dcr are in the warning letters Apoplexy Kills Doctor Louisville Ky Dr Georg W Grlfr fltbs 67 otie of the most prominent physicians of Louisville died of ape plexy He was trustee of tho UnJyetv slty of Louisville president o the Louisville Clinical society and u memo ber of many fraternal suclelloa Pension Fraud Alleged Hopklnsyllle ltyN JJ llvlngstoB charged with having posed aa a gov ernment pension agent find defrauded ninny persons In Kentucky Indiana and Illinois was arrested hereLlv ingatoh waived exanibmtlon end wia sent to jell at Owensboro DeathNotedDanville lCMles Ethel Montgomery who gained nationalIiiroailHonfie for original Ideas on raising funds for 0 foreign missionary work died at theIPronto of her parents Mr arid Mrs William Montgomery Plant Leased Lexington Ji1he Cleyelanil Lumber and Timber Coi has leased the iBolcearogan plant which recently went into bankruptcy and will Ighrt- he manufacture of 10006000 fc it fi- tla1crep1 rand aaestaut lunUer + it i t JJ I1JEast eJ 1 dI J1 J U J J 4 Jf I Kentucky Correspondence I I News You Get Nowhere Else i 0o IIfeomifoiieie pibllifce ilm sped la inn ty too writer Th Wino 0 i li not lot joUitatlci lot u u trWiif of deed tdta Write laIa1rCs o O OSo OSOIo0eSe Oe eM RIIKMSTLC CIUITYM- IPUTANTA I t 1 Dlsputana April 13The Rev L n Rowlett organized Sunday school at Clear Crock Sunday There will to Sunday ochool at Clear Creek i next Sunday evening at two oclock Born to Mrs Bice Cole a fine boy Mother and child doing nicely Mr Harrison Todd and Miss Margaret Abney were married April 3 tho Rev L R Rowlett cfflcatlng Bertha J Rowlett IB planning to go to Louisville soon to visit her friends and 10 J latlves there Mr and Mrs A W Rowlett of this place visited Mr and Mrs M V Swlnford Sunday Mr Richard Pcnnlngton ot Langford I Station attended church at Clear Creek Sunday evening and It Just seems like the same old smile Troy Gar rut called on Bertha Rowlett Sunday Mrs W M GaCd who has been sick so long is no bettter Born tot Mr and Mrs James Chasteen a fine boy April 4 nOOK t Boone April 151Tho Rev C Si Wilson filled his regular appointment 1 at Fair View church Saturday and SundayThere arc many cases ot a measles Dr Charlen Robinson ot Berca was in this vicinity one day last weekMr W M Smith and family recently removed near Clover Bottom Mr James Cope of Livings ton film their vacated house Mr George Poynter has been taking school list past week Mrs H D l Wucklen ki very for with measles Georgo Limb lies measles Nearly the entire family of W M Curly are r low with measles OOOCMLAHD Goochland April llJohn Johnson cut his foot very badly last week while malting cross tlesWm Alcorn attended tour at Mt Vernon last week Uncle Henry McGuire con tinues illStolla Anglin has gone to her grandpas to stay for a while W S Jones was In Mt Vernon Tues + i day attending to some businessJohn- and Charlie Griffin of Cooksburg were In town Thursday to see Dr 4 Jones of this placeJ D Drew cf Drew Valley called Thursday to sea l j his unclr Joe Drew for the first time in ten yeara Taxes are now being collected from this district to build a new school houselt Is reported iitbatJ F Hamptons family has measles Isac Bowman of near MU Vernon was In this part last week looking after some cattle James Griffin of Crooked Creek was the guest of John Phillips and family Tact weekAster Garrette of Tuscola Ill was the guest of Isaac Leger Sunday All talk of panic has van ished since the Railroad has gone to taking cross ties Jack L Jones was at Pine Grove Friday on bust ness A Mr Sears of Knox County J la in these parts looking out for a location to move toDen Drew t t- Evergreen was in Goochland trading Friday Hogs are bringing w fair price now but we have more hors than buyersJ W Philips ett last week drumming He writes bask thot ho Is doing a fine business o- nt this trip o OAVLET Gauley April 10The Rev 0 Or Wlllson1 of Broadhead has held a series of meetings at Pleasant Run Baptist church for the past few days Sam Miller was home from Corbln to see his wife and children Wed nesday and Thursday John Parks has his new houso nearly completed the site of the one that was burn Iton Will Griffey who has been very with mumps Is again outi Ponder Is some betterEll Cor t nett tho hustling tobacco salesman was through here Saturday Mr and Mrs Nathan Bond have been le Jolclng slnco Friday over a fine boy B II Brummett who has recently moved from Livingston to his fathers Is very ill wllh rheumatism Bill Bal lock and W H Ponder expect to go 1toLondon Monday In the interest r of the Jr O U A Ms Several chil l Idren of this vicinity are suffering t very much wlthmeasles nonunT J Roblnet April 11 The Drew bathers have been cutting logs for Tbs Bales last week Most alt the people here are trying to rush spring The fifth Saturday and Sunday the Rev D Parker will preach at Horse Lick church house at 11 a mEllu Car penter madel fiylllltrip to Livingston SaturdayJohn Williams Is talking rof going Into the mercantile business before long 0 B Sextonxha ben n l 1 + 1Y f y efaoftotl expecting to get a pension for some time and is stilt in hopes CLAY COUNTY JlUn INO SriUNOS Burning Springs April 0Messrs Rawllngs and Howard have gone to Louisville to lay in a complete stock ot spring Foods Tho former will gone to Oklahoma where ho has fin Interest In real estate Dr Hornsby has returned from Richmond Emit Rawllngd Will be absent for several weeks on telephone business Henry Carmack has been In London for some time under treatment for rheumatism and Is much better Jas Buckn r visited his sitter and friends In Richmond Mr McDaniel the magistrate was In Manchester the other day on legal business A young daughter of Mr J Mizo died of consumption the other dayWo were all surprised to learn of the sudden death of Mr Gco Rawllngs of Manchester last Sunday evening Very little hope Is given for the recovery of Mrs Dan Keith who lieu so 111 with consumption Much In terest lii manifested In the prayer meetings which meet Sundays at three p m at different homesA very delightful childrens party was given by MUs Ilatgen in honor of Blrdlo Asher last Saturday evening on the schoo grounds Tile many friends of Mrs Asher will bo sorry to have her movo to Laurel County soonDr Hornsby otters a liberal reward to the one who found his account book which was lost bttween McKee and this place IN8 Vine April 10Mr Skill Brewster Is very ntMr Tom Durham by accdent fell from a raft last Tuesday Into the river and drowned and his body has not been found Mr honey and Mary Rico visited Miss Julia and Ll zlo Ferguson Saturday night Mr Jack Callihan and family have moved to Maulden where thy will stay for a while Mba Julia and Lizzie Ferguson visited Mlsa Clara and Alice Montgomery Thursday night Mr Jim Hurley of East Bernstadt Is visiting relative near Vine this wcckv Born to Mrs Henry Wilson a fine glrlUr Charlie Tompson and wife have returned from Hamil ton Ohio SEXTONS CREEK Sextons Cicok April 10 There was a big tide in Sexton last week and a general clean out of logsJolm Glenn has a clearing today Tom Durham was drowned Tuesday of last week In tho South Fork Just below the mouth of Sexton Ho was knock ed from a raft by an oar Ills body has not yet been found Mr Durham leaves a wife and four children Ono of Hiram Slzemores twin babies was found dead In tho bed last Saturday night Tho wife of Sam King died Wednesday of last week Tho Rev Lanbford Banks who hay been sick for some time departed this life Wednesday morning Ho leaves a hoSt ot friends and relatives to 1n urn hn hs Ills remake were laid to rest iu the trrylng ground at Nath an Huitrrs Thursday Mrs Mlntie Smith who has been sick for several weeks Is fclowly ImplovingMrs Powell Marcum who has been very low with fever If getting much better Jim Ford and Zon Burch were united In matrimony a short time nulllllSholton and Bertha Ball ot Island City were married recently May their future life be crowned with hno plness and successG W Burch has bought a buggy mars for 125 ESTILL COUNTY pox Fox April 12= When will we get to plow is the most you can hear from the farmers here nowThe late tide has cost the logging men and timber dealers thousands ot dol lars Tom Estus recently returned from Lee County where he bought several head ot cattle Ho says cat tle are getting very scarco and high In Lee County Wm H Rose Is Improving Tho little Infant of Leslie King and wife passed away on the 11th suetCurt Richardson SlUr chased all tho marketable hcgs that he could find in this neighborhood plying a liberal price Everett Os borno of Winchester Is visiting rel atives here Jchn Warner was tho guest ot Mr and Mrs C II Click Beautiful Building Lots TO CHOOSE FROM IN J4 BEREA KY See Them Quick and Get Your Choice Yes they are town lots in Berea not new additions where their entrinsic value has not been tested but right here in town within three to ten minutes walk from the college grounds and among the most desirable properties in town Where P Chestnut Street 7 lots beauties for residences Holly Street 16 lots on the nicest residence street in the town i Hanson Street 8 lots near Chestnut Street John Street 3 lots Jefferson Street 13 lots within three minutes walk of campus v Jackson Street 10 lots all on the ridge and are beautiful lots v Mill Street 10 excellent lots to build on at the priceax f Depot Street 1 lot in a most desirable location v fJrr = High Street and on Berea Ridge 7 desirable lots A pT Parkway Street 2 lots right on the Ridge v 4 v Center Street 1 good lot at the price v r = Railroad Street near Depot 17 fine business lots Depot Street near Depot 10 fine business lots Vvtv Jr I On the hill of the Glascoe property 9 residence lots 4 T 116 LOTS IN ALLy7c i New Lots and New Prices to Suit J iGi s4 Now is Your Opportunity to Geta Good Lot 1 x In the town at prices and terms to fit your circumstances Suitable for all kinds of 7 buildings from a neat little cottage to a kings palace fiasy payments V if You Want a Lot for 125 150 or 200 I Have It On I EASY PAYMENTS If you want something worth more I have it rangingup to the very best nicest and most de c sirable andhandsome building lots in Berca or any other town at ground floor pricesand easy terms o tp ali I guarantee a perfect title 1 1 ff c 1 V SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN EVERY PARTICULAR j V rF i1 v V I VVv j For Further Information Call on or Address 1 v e G D HOLLIDAY r 1G w 1 th ec 54 HEADQUARTERS FOR REAL ESTATE fr f 1 II 3 rt i1Banks and Trust Building Berea Kentucky- r C c Py 7 c r v d r 11 1 A IJirJ7lf1ir U tr pr e today Alex urn ot Iron Mountain has moved Into the house vacated by Frank Ball who has gona to Drip Rock Jackson County Alfred John son formerly of Powell County is uow I a resident ot our townlke Sphy name very near getting his arm cut oft by getting It caught under a cable while cabling a larj raft John Mo berly woo ntar and cut tIe cable before his arm was broken Tha Her Wo Hall is fllllnc appointments In Clark County Nejwn Curtis Ilcrect IllS a chicken and turkey houaeMr and Mrs F C Click were the guests of Mr and Mrs O W Powell today Mrs Andy Aloscndo is quilting MoberlylamIt Is reported that Itlchardma Eros and J P Stono ale earning good wag es with their gasoline boat Good for the boys Thor worked faithfully all winter building It OWSLEY CIUMTTH- TUIK1KOX Sturgeon April 10 Farmers are delayed by rataD D Peters and Wm Urewo have gone to Perry and Leslie counties to buy cattle Fayctt Brew ors working Tuesday was a SUCCCM as was the party the following nig- htJ A Hunter Gco Durch and Chas Slwraora of Sexton Creek were the guests ot V S Bruwcrs family a urday sight and Sunday Miss JlJJo Wllion Ik bilk home front Dotes The Brewer Brother have closed out their merchandise business on Island Creek rIll moved to their farm en Sturgeon John Mattocks ot Duck Wednesdaybuying Bud Thomas has closed out his re staurant at Sturgeon and will BOOH open up a harriers and slue shop LAUREL COUNTY JMTTSIJUIU- IPlttcbure April B11m JlcWhort er of Tennessee has been visiting her brother Vfm Adams of this place Mr RatS Mrs W O PcnnlnRton yb Itol Mr W II Mariow Sunday even- Ing Ianlt is reported that tho Pittman coal shaft la starting and It Is expected that tlmca will bo mich better If the vela of coal Is good Mr fact Mrs Wm Adams were visit weekandlie Tlncher who hM been visiting her sitter ct Corbln has returned to London agnln It I raid that a revival at the Methodist church housa will begin tomorrow night- JACKSON COUNTY EYrno BEEN Evergreen April 10A now Sunday school has bleu rtarted al Pino Grove Bro PJUlurd Moberly stayed over Friday plight with J W Jones on his way to Kerby Knob to preach visitingfriondcMr Oiover Draw has gone back to Egypt to attend school agalnJ W Jones little girl Mrrthn scalded lrr foot very badly by accidentally spill ing a tcakcttlo full of water c1 It Mr Thomas N Lake Is very low with walklna typltoldMr Frank Sparks is on tho puny Ilitstirem Lake la getting weaker all tho time y lie has a lingerinG dUcascv J W Jones rays that ho alma to be a prca cher It his eyes dent give out KTHKL Ethel April CPeople aro all be hind with their farm work The Rev Harvey Johnson was summoned to the bed aide of Mr P P Marcum wife and son where he preached a wonderful sermon ind got four adnandSoPryeofthis weekMrs Sarah Frye is nov f TanHtllDurhRIUwan knocked oft a rapt and hla body bas not been found Mr 0 S weeku j wlfo have parted Mr Banks was at Joso Allona thug week trying torrent a rocnrtrcra hlmMr Botn r Mercer Is planning J nova to Knox County very soon Wo hate to have him move away There has ben a large tide on tho creek for a few dnyaMrs Harriett Marcum is better Miss Mary Jane Smith who tins been vory 111 Js no betterrnegular service will be i cldat HlnghamH chapel tho third Sunday in April in lhlleveJJlagMrs Hiram Slzemora a wivj vlsltlRR her sick mother last Saturday nlshU and found one ot her iltlle three months od twin babies deed In the booMrs Dora Moore of Nathanton IN not expected to live very long XATIIANTOX Nathanton April C Saturday anil Sunday was regular ohureh time fit Uilon but owing to the rainy weather the attes+ dancel uausually email Mr J Newton Smith made a trip to Sextons Creek last week lu tM J 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